Across the Great Divide

The Visionary Activist Show – June 10, 2004

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Part 2 and more stories from Caroline on her return from Syria, the heart of the Middle East and the land of Venus. (Originally broadcast March 11th, 2004)

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across The Great Divide
Weaver Of Visions
Rhino
Peter Paul & Mary
It's Raining
Peter Paul & Mary
Warner Bros
Scott Miller and The Commonwealth
Sin In Indiana
For Crying Out Loud
2009
Richard Shindell
One Man's Arkansas
Not Far Now
Flirtations
Something Inside So Strong
Out On The Road
Ferron
Harmless Love
Not A Still Life
Cherrywood Station
Paul Robeson
Go Down Moses
Song For Americans
Vanguard
Richard Thompson
Pharaoh
Amnesia
Capitol
Judith Kate Friedman
Tribes
Count Me In
Patience & Adventure Musicworks
Kim & Reggie Harris & Rabbi Jonathan Kligler
Ha Lachma Anya (this Is The Bread Of Oppression
Let My People Go! A Jewish & African American Celebration Of Freedom
Appleseed
Vocolot
I Have A Million Nightingales
Three Songs For Israeli Palestinian Peace
Laura Love
You Aint Got No Easter Clothes
You Aint Got No Easter Clothes
Dar Williams with Richard Shindell and Lucy Kaplansky
The Ballad of Mary Magdelen
Cry Cry Cry
Razor & Tie
Roy Bailey
Stand Up For Judas
Leon Rosselson The World Turned Upside Down
PM Press
Ben Harper
I'll Rise
Welcome To The Cruel World
Virgin
Odetta
Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down
The Essential Odetta
Vanguard
Steve Earle
Jerusalem
Jerusalem
E Squared
Pete Seeger
Ramblin' Boy / What Did You Learn In School Today
We Shall Overcome
Columbia
Janis Ian
This Train Still Runs
The Essential Janis Ian
Columbia Legacy
Tom Paxton
I Am Changing My Name to Chrysler
Live At McCabe's Guitar Shop
2006
Tom Paxton
George W. Told The Nation
Short Shelf Life Songs
2006
Janis Ian
Folk Is The New Black
Folk Is The New Black
Cooking Vinyl Rude Girl
Arlo Guthrie
Hobo's Lullaby
Koch / Rising Son
John Jacob Niles
The Maid Freed From The Gallows
Folk Song America
Smithsonian Collection

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