Folk Espresso

Folk Espresso, early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

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Folk Espresso on 07/07/14

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Mon, 07/07/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/30/14

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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/23/14

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Mon, 06/23/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/16/14

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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/09/14

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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 06/02/14

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Mon, 06/02/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/26/14

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Mon, 05/26/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/19/14

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Mon, 05/19/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/12/14

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Mon, 05/12/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Folk Espresso on 05/05/14

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Mon, 05/05/2014 - 5:30am - 7:00am
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Early morning folk music to get your week started. A different host each week.

Playlists

Folk Espresso playlist for 06/29/2009

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06/29/2009

Henry and Moggy fill in for Gordy

 

Bound to Lose - Holy Modal Rounders

Everything is broken - Tim O'Brien

Mary Don't You Weep - Swan Silvertones

Harlem Strut - David Boeddinghaus and Craig Ventresco 

Great - George Coleman (aka Bongo Joe)

 

Tricks Ain't Walking No More - Geoff Muldaur and Maria Muldaur

Dr Jazz - Jelly Roll Morten's Red Hot Peppers

Great Eagle - Bill Monroe

 

Ragtime Gal - Mary Flower

Golden Loom - Bob Dylan

Before this Time Another Year - Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers

Walking in My Sleep - JP and Anadene Fraley

Los Alazanas - The Whamadiddle Dingbats

 

French Blues - Martin, Bogan and Armstrong

Minneola Rag - Walt Koken

Listen, Listen - Sandy Denny

Ship in the Clouds - Gypsy Gippo Stringband

Steam Powered Aeroplane - John Hartford

There's an Open Door Waiting for Me - Cliff Perry and Laurel Bliss

Dallas Rag - Stillway and Bonham

 Evening Blues - Floating Glass Balls

You Are My Sunshine - Ray Charles

Do Lord - Little Roy Lewis

Roll On Buddy - Jack Elliott and Derrol Adams

Folk Espresso playlist for 06/15/2009

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ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
(530) Richard ThompsonBee's WingMirror Blue (1994)Capitol
Paul SimonThe TeacherYou're the One (2006)Warner Bothers
Ry CooderSchool is OutShowtime (1977)WEA (German Import)
Tom LehrerElements (recorded in 1959)The Remains of Tom Lehrer (2000 Box Set)Rhino
(545) Deadwood RevivalChina Cat Sunflower>Mattie's Jam>Shake the Barnhouse DownSat 730 (2009)DwR
(600) Small FacesStone (Rod Stewart- banjo)First Step (1993 CD of 1970 recording)Warner Bros
Neil YoungOld Man (James Taylor- banjo)Harvest (1972)Reprise
Steve MartinLate for School (Steve Martin- banjo)The Crow (2009)Rounder
(615) Marjorie GuthrieIntro: The Columbia RiverThe Live Wire (2007 CD, recorded live in 1949)Woody Guthrie Foundation
Woody GuthriePastures of PlentyThe Live Wire (2007 CD, recorded live in 1949)Woody Guthrie Foundation
Marjorie GuthrieJesus Christ Has Come!The Live Wire (2007 CD, recorded live in 1949)Woody Guthrie Foundation
Woody GuthrieJesus ChristThe Live Wire (2007 CD, recorded live in 1949)Woody Guthrie Foundation
(630) Dick WeissmanMcFrenzie's RantSolo (2005)Long Bridge Recordings
(635) Chuck BrodskyThe PointTulips for Lunch (2006)Waterbug
Samusson and TomassiMy Father's HandsThe Stories of Your Life (2001)Tosalito
Cat StevensFather and SonTea for the Tillerman (1970)A&M
(645) Loudon Wainwright IIIDead SkunkAlbum III (from a scratchy 1972 LP)Columbia
The DimesBallad of Winslow HomerNew England (2008 EP)Pet Marmoset Records
Misty MamasWhen the Cactus are in BloomWild Rose of the Mountain (2009)Misty Mamas
David Grisman, John Hartford, Mike SeegerDock of the BayRetrograss (1999)Acoustic Disc
Shanghaied on the WillametteNo Banjos in HeavenTwo-Man Crew (2004)SOW

Thoughtful and humorous Contemporary and Traditional Folk Music to start your week with a smile

Host: Jack Bohl (Third Mondays of the month)

Folk Espresso playlist for 06/01/2009

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Dawn LandesYoung FolksStraight Lines
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds#41Live at Luther College
Caravan GoghFeline Fur Coat BallSelf-Titled
Blazin' FiddlesBullocksThe Old Style
Tony Bennett with Tim McGrawCold, Cold HeartDuets
The Hot Club of CowtownPray for the Lights to Go OutGhost Train
Guy KlucevsekPrairie DogsPolka Dots and Laser Beams
Danny BarnesKitchen Floor WaltzDirt on the Angel
Karen MuellerKitchen GalStill Point
Martin SimpsonNew Kitchen BluesSmoke & Mirrors
Steve CheseboroughCome on in My KitchenOutstanding Blues
Darol Anger and FriendsLa Ville des ManteauHeritage
The McKassonsThe Grapevine/Piper's JigFolklife Live 2007
Misty MamasPolka on the BanjoWild Rose of the Mountain
Billy Bragg and Wilco with Natalie MerchantI Was BornMermaid Avenue, Vol II
Linda AllenI'm a Mother/I'm a WriterOctober Roses
Katy MoffattMother of PearlAngel Town
Martin SimpsonMother LoveProdigal Son
The RochesMr. SellackSelf-Titled
Bill MorrisseyParty at the U.N.Standing Eight
Lou & Peter BerrymanWhen the World SeemsThe Universe
Chris ThileIf the Sea Was WhiskeyHow to Grow a Woman from the Ground
Kate SmithGod Bless AmericaBest of Kate Smith

Dear Listeners:  I hope you enjoyed today's show as much as I did.  It was a terrific thrill for me to have my mom, visiting for the first time in eight years...all the way from Florida, in the studio with me this morning and to have her say a few words.  She's a natural!  I chose songs that she (and dad, who stayed at  home) would like--including a couple polkas such as that rousing, bouncy one from the Misty Mamas.  A set of kitchen-related songs suggested itself since, while mom is here, I'm sleeping on an air mattress on the kitchen floor!  (My apartment is about as small as they come.)  Of course, I found lots of motherhood-themed songs, so I put together a set that included Mother of Pearl and Mother Love.  The show wrapped up with dad's all-time favorite, Kate Smith singing God Bless America.  No matter your political stripe, you can't help but get goosebumps when you hear that beloved singer from 50 years ago belting out that patriotic classic.  So thanks, Mom, for joining me today and for being such a good sport!

Folk Espresso playlist for 05/25/2009

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Folk Espresso playlist for 05/18/2009

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Harry ChapinWOLDShort Stories (1973)Elecktra
Jorma KaukonenBeen So LongRiver of Song (2009)Red House Records
Misty MamasHoney Would You dance?Wild Rose of the Mountain (2009)Misty Mamas
Loudon Wainwright IIIMe and My Friend the CatAlbum II (1971)1999 Rhino Handmade Re-issue
Lucy Wainwright RocheNext Best Western (written by Richard Shindell)8 Songs (2007)(Self released)
Richard ShindellThe Mounatin (written by Dave Carter)Not Far Now (2009)Signature Sounds
Dave Carter & Tracy GrammerGentle Arms of EdenDrum Hat Buddah (2001)Signature Sounds
Amanda Powell, Dorothy Allneave, & Diane DugawMighty Mt St HelensAuntie's Song Kettle (2007)(Self released)
Steve JacklinOld Man (Mt St Helens)Storyteller's Journey (2005)GPR Nashville
Jim & Jennie and the PinetopsMt St HelensRiver Rolls By (2005)Bloodshot
Glenn & Dotty DorschThe Mountain AwakensThe Mountain is Out (1987)Willow Run Records
Jimmy BuffettVolcanoVolcano (1979)MCA
Billy JonasOld St HelenThe Time Has Come (1993)Bang on a Bucket Music
Jorma KaukonenA Walk With Friends (Instrumental- background for Folk Calendar)River of Time (2009)Red House Records
Todd SniderRose CityNew Connection (2002)Oh Boy
Mary FlowerPortland TownBridges (2009)Yellow Dog Records
Kevin GostomskiBoring, OregonEverywhere is Home (2009)(Self Released- written during participation in February Album Writing Month)
Woody GuthriePretty Boy FloydDust Bowl Ballads (2000)Buddah/BMG reissue of 1940 recording
WilcoJolly Banker (Lyrics by Woody Guthrie)Download from Wilco website- Benefit for Woody Guthrie Foundation (2009)(Download)
Harry ManxLong Black VeilJohnny's Blues (2003) Tribute to Johnny CashNorthernblues Music

Traditional and Contempoprary Folk Music to start your day with a smile.

Host: Jack Bohl (third Mondays)

This show featured songs about Mt St Helens to commemorate the anniversary of the May 18, 1980 eruption.

Folk Espresso playlist for 05/04/2009

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Dan FrechetteSweet Little ThingsLucky Day
Dave MatthewsOne Sweet WorldLive at Luther College
The Canote BrothersSweet EllenSugarbaby
Iris DeMentSweet ForgivenessInfamous Angel
Suzzy RocheSweetie PieSongs from an Unmarried Housewife and Mother
Loudon Wainwright IIIYour Mother and ICareer Moves
Lucy Wainwright RocheAwhile8 More
Misty MamasHoney Would You Dance?Wild Rose of the Mountain
The Clayfoot StruttersHoney BeeGoing Elsewhere
Betsy Branch, Mark Douglass, and Jon NeffGonna Climb Them Golden Stairs / Buzz the 9Picassiette
Doug SmithAnte UpGuitar Parts
The Wailin' JennysLong Time TravellerFirecracker
The WanderersThe SeineIt's About Time
Dan KaplanLow SlowVera Hall
Dan KaplanBus WindowBus Window
Dan KaplanLucky BounceVera Hall
Bill MorrisseyDifferent CurrencyYou'll Never Get to Heaven
Marty MitchellTurn Your Money GreenSelf-Titled CD
Steve CheseboroughOne DimeFetch It!

From a set of sweet music to a closing set of currency and coins, KBOO's Folk Espresso has it all, every Monday morning.  From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for your support of YOUR local radio station!  Diane Hunt, Program Host

Folk Espresso playlist for 04/20/2009

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Danny BarnesKeep My Skillet Good and GreasyDirt on the Angel
Dave MatthewsBabySome Devil
Bela Fleck and the FlecktonesSleeping Dogs LieLeft of Cool
Abigail Washburn & The Sparrow QuartetOh Me, Oh MySelf-Titled CD
Doug SmithThe Magnificent SevenGuitar Parts
Harry Manx and Kevin BreitSometimesIn Good We Trust
Richie HavensHere Comes the SunThe Best of Richie Havens
Little SueSpring Becomes YouChimneys & Fishes
Martin SimpsonEasy MoneyRighteousness & Humidity
Steve CheseboroughWho's Been Here?Fetch It!
Keola BeamerMakee 'AilanaIsland Born
Neko CaseLion's JawsFox Confessor Brings the Flood
Darol Anger and Alasdair FraserAran Boat SongDiary of a Fiddler
Lucy Wainwright RocheSaddest Sound8 Songs
Lou & Peter BerrymanWalking with RogetThe Universe: 14 Examples
Robert Earl KeenRidePutumayo Presents Americana
The Hot Club of CowtownI Can't Believe You're in Love with MeBest of...
KGBBirdsong SpringThe Red Light of Evening
Rose in the HeatherQuarry CrossBy Any Other Name
Wild AsparagusShaskeen JigCall of the Wild
Caravan GoghSwing HenSelf-Titled CD
The Subdudes (with Bonnie Raitt)Too Soon To TellPrimitive Streak
Chris Thile & Mike MarshallI'd Go Back If I CouldLive Duets

Get out and support live music!  That's what I do...and that's what helps to keep me sane.  I decided to compile a playlist for today's show that includes only musicians I have had the privilege of seeing in concert.  Some of these were recent (three days ago) and others go back a year or two.  But all were wonderful.    The playlist this morning also includes a dance-tunes set:  a waltz, a polka, a jig, and a swing tune.  Get out and dance, too!

Enjoy!

Folk Espresso playlist for 04/13/2009

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 Guest Hosts Henry & Moggy

 
Bottle Music - The Chambers Brothers
Stormy Monday - T Bone Walker
California Humbug - Debbie McClatchy
I Belong to the Band, Hallelujah - Gary Davis
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The Acid Song - Loudon Wainwright 3rd
When the Sky Begins to Fall - John Hartford
Baby Face - R Crumb Family
Lost Train Blues - Ralph Blizzard
Beat the Retreat - June Tabor
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How Can A Man Stand Such Times & Live - Ry Cooder
Do-Ray-Me Arlo Guthrie & The Dillards
The Downfall Of Paris - The Mercy Brothers Harp Band
Goodnight-Loving Trail - U Utah Phillips
Ghost Riders In the Sky - Gove Scrivenor/Will Smith
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Tickling the Strings - King Nawahi's Hawaiians
I'm So Glad - Skip James
The Drunken Lady of the Morning - Texas Fever
Fruit Fly Blues - Pete Sutherland
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Barnyard Dance - Martin, Bogan & Armstrong
Voodo0 Queen Marie - Holy Modal Rounders
Wish I Was a Single Girl Again - Jan Howard
Sweet Sue - Fritz Richmond's BBQ Orchestra
Delta Swing - Larry Sandburg

Folk Espresso playlist for 04/06/2009

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Ian and SylviaFour Strong Winds (Live at Newport Folk Festival)Folk Duets (1998) Original version on 1964 LP "Four Strong Winds"Vanguard
Gordon LightfootThe Way I FeelLightfoot (1966)United Artists
Leonard CohenSuzanneSongs of Leonard Cohen (1967)Columbia
Bonnie DobsonMorning DewThe Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead (1995) Recorded live at Gerdes Folk City in NYC in 1961Shanachie
Bruce CockburnJoy Will Find a WayJoy Will Find a Way (1975)True North
Kate and Anna McGarrigleHeart Like a WheelKate and Anna McGarrigle (1975)Warner Bothers
Stan Rogers (1949-1983)Mary Ellen CarterHome in Halifax (19930Fogarty's Cove Music
Joni MitchellBothe Sides NowHits (1996) Originally on LP Clouds (1969)Reprise
Neil YoungSugar MountainSugar Mountain (2008) Recorded live at Canterberry House in Ann Arbor, MI 1968Warner/Reprise
Joni MitchellBig Yellow TaxiHits (1996) Originally on LP Ladies of the Canyon (1970)Reprise
David FranceyThe Waking HourThe Waking Hour (2004)Jericho Beach Music
James KeelaghanRed Winged BlackbirdHome (2002)Appleseed
Rick Danko (1949-1999) former bassist from The Band)People of ConscienceTimes Like These (2002)Woodstock Records
Natalie MacMasterBill Crawford's Set (Background during calendar)No Boundaries (1996)WEA Canada
Mary Jane LamondBog a LochainSuas e! (1997)Turtlemusik/A&M Canada
Lynn MilesI'm Still HereSlightly Haunted (1996)Philo
Eileen McGannToo Stupid for DemocracyJourneys (1995)Dragonwing
Harry ManxGoodtime CharlieLive at the Glenn Gould Theater (2008)Dog My Cat Records
Leonard CohenHallelujahLive iin London (2009)Columbia

Contemporary and Tradition Folk Music to start your week with a smile

This week: Canadian Sunrise, a musical salute to the great musicians from our neighbor to the North

Folk Espresso playlist for 03/16/2009

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Harry Manx and Kevin BreitShip of FoolsIn Good We Trust
Dave Matthews BandGrace is GoneBusted Stuf
KGBWasabi/March of Ides/Broken Concrete/The WetlandIn From the Cold
Wicked TinkersThe FarmerHammered
Neko CaseHold On, Hold OnFox Confessor Brings the Flood
Martin SimpsonPretty Saro/Long Steel RailLive at the Holywell Music Room, Oxford
Greg GraffinHighwayCold as the Clay
The Hot Club of CowtownSleepGhost Train
Steve CheseboroughVicksburg BluesFetch It!
The Kossoy SistersI Never Will MarryBowling Green
Josh RitterBright SmileHello Starling
WhirligigMood VertigoSpin
Caravan GoghVertigoghSelf-Titled
Bill MorrisseyTurn and SpinYou'll Never Get to Heaven
Chris ThileO Santo de PolvoraHow To Grow a Woman From the Ground
Doug SmithAnything GoesCole Porter: Delovely Guitar
Haris BlackwoodChelsea MorningGentle Ride
Tracy GrammarHard to Make ItFlower of Avalon
The RochesThe TroublesSelf-Titled
Dan KaplanLow SlowVera Hall
Misty MamasWild Rose of the MountainWild Rose of the Mountain
Betsy Branch & Mark DouglassThe Long, Hot Shower/MegajigPicassiette
TalismanThe Parting GlassJust Up the Hill

I had fun with a risque 44-second Irish ditty (ya gotta love them Irish!) called "The Farmer" from the Wicked Tinkers.  Might be the first person in the history of radio to do a three-song set on the topic of vertigo.  Then wrapped up the morning with the title track off the debut CD from the sweet local band, the Misty Mamas.  Congratulations to them for putting together a really wonderful album.

 

Oh yeah, as always, the Dave Matthews Band selection was for my sisters, Joan and Christine....

Comments

Regards from Puerto Rico

OK..so I got my Outlook reminder for 9:30am local time and thanks to Diane, I'll be a first time listener today. Look forward to today's program.

Great week to all!

Kind Regards,
Claudio Rivera
Juncos, PR
 

Fruition

let's hear some Fruition! www.myspace.com/fruitionstringband 

re: new music

Hey there - I love this show, can't really get by without it!

I want to just share some music I really think could be included here, if you haven't heard:

Eddi Reader - formerly with Fairground Attraction, legendary Scottish singer whose Songs of Robert Burns changed the way people heard these songs and established her as living treasure in Scotland. Her new album Love is the Way is gaining raves in the UK. Myspace.com/eddireader - you can hear some samples.

Kate Rusby - probably Britain's most important young folk singer - Awkward Annie is her most recent album and astonishing since she writes most of the material herself. Chris Thile and Eddi Reader are both featured artists on the album. www.katerusby.com.

It would be wonderful to see them here in the US, but just getting them on the radio would be a start!

Thanks and keep up the awesome music!

Doug Smith

Hi Diane,

I'm listening to your show and was pleasantly surprised to hear our pal, Doug, doing "Anything Goes". I'll have to tell him he got some airtime when I see him next. Your voice sounds great on the air and your playlist rocks! Keep up the very good work, my friend! Tell the management they need to give you a raise.

;-)

Diane Hunt

This is Randy from Colorado, and I *loved* the show! Quirky mix of music is just right to start my day out right. Diane, when are you going to teach me how to contra dance?

Thank You

Dear Randy,

Yikes! Only today did I see your kind email from September 22 that you left on the KBOO website. I wasn't expecting any "fan mail" here at kboo.fm so I didn't thing to check...until a friend told me about the hundreds, nay, thousands of emails piling up at this website all about my show. Oddly enough, only one (yours) was positive. All the others said something to the effect of "what the *&^!%&# is SHE doing on this venerable radio station!"

That's ok.

I can take it.

So, Mr. Randy, you liked my quirky music? Hope you heard my show yesterday morning (October 27). It, too, was filled with a wide variety of, uh, good stuff. I'm on again on Monday, November 24th. I do hope you'll tune in. I'll play a randy tune, just for you.

I'm pretty big into contradancing, so I have made it my mission to play at least one contra tune each show. Next time you swing through P-Town, I'll give you a lesson. You won't ever be the same again...

Um, is this my friend who goes by the name of Randy in Colorado? You know, the Randy with the beautiful wife and the two red-headed kids? If so, thanks, my friend. If not, you, stranger Randy, have just finaigled yourself into the most elite fan club on Earth...

Warm regards,
Diane Hunt, DJ
Folk Espresso - KBOO
Portland, Oregon

8/18/08 Folk Esspreso show new DJ

I listen to your station ocasionally and enjoy it. I particularily enjoyed this mornings Folk Espresso show and the new DJ Diane Hunt. She is interesting and articulate and did great on her debut!!

give her KUDO's and tell her Contra Dancing Music is fine, fine stuff.

-GR

 

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