Folk Espresso playlist for 11/16/2009
|530 AM: Howlin' Gael (1970s Portland Nautical folk band)||Rant and Roar||Rant and Roar (1978 LP- not on CD)||Grassroots|
|Gordon Bok||Schooners||Schooners (2009 CD re-issue of 1972 album)||Timberhead|
|John McCutcheon||Black Sea (About the Exxon Valdez)||Live at Wolftrap (1992)||Rounder|
|Shanghaied on the Willamette||Steamboatin' Jamesons||Two-Man Crew (2004)||SOW|
|545 AM: Gordon Lightfoot||Ballad of Yarmouth Castle (Gordon's OTHER other shipwreck song, filling a 2007 request)||Sunday Concert (1969 live LP)||United Artists|
|Jerry Bryant||Jimmy's Mobile Phone||Ballad of Harbo and Samueson (2005)||(Self Released)|
|605 AM: Joe Jencks||St. Christopher||What Kind of Brother (2006)||Turtle Bear|
|William Pint and Felicia Dale||Wreck of the Lady Washington||Hearts of Gold (1995)||Waterbug Records|
|615 AM: Jonathan Lay||When Carissa Came Ashore||When Carissa Came Ashore (1999)||Jlay|
|Shanghied on the Willamette||Coast of Barbary||LIVE IN KBOO STUDIOS!!!||LIVE IN KBOO STUDIOS!!!|
|630 AM: George Harrison||Pirate Song||Live on Rutland Weekend Television (1972 BBC successor to Monty Python's Flying Circus)||(From UTube)|
|The Waifs||Lighthouse (Partial, until CD player malfunction)||Up All Night (2003)||Compass Records|
|Lee Murdock||White Squall (A Stan Rogers song)||Great Lakes Chronicle (1998)||Depot Records|
|6:40 AM: Gordon Bok||Wreck of the Green Cove||Return to the Land (1990)||Folk Legacy Records|
|Gordon Lightfoot||Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald||Summertime Dream (1976)||Reprise / WEA|
|650 AM: Stack Sisters||Long John||Smile! (2000)||Clam Flats Music|
|Stan Rogers||Mary Ellen Carter||Home in Halifax (1994)||Fogarty's Cove Music|
Contemporary and Traditional Folk Music to start your week with a smile.
Annual Gales of November Show: Songs about shipwrecks, pirates, and nautical lore and mayhem.
Hosts: Jack Bohl, Jonathan Lay, and Gordy Euler.
Thanks so much to Jonathan and Gordy for sharing their wealth of nautical music- and for singing for us live this morning (they are Portland's own Shanghaied on the Willamette).