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10:13 AM Gibson Brothers Long Time Gone Brotherhood Rounder
10:10 AM Hot Rize The Butcher's Dog So Long of a Journey
10:10 AM Earls of Leicester I Don't Care Anymore Earls of Leicester Concord
10:07 AM Tom T. Hall Bill Monroe for Breakfast/Everything from Jesus to Jack Daniels
American Vernacular, with .

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Pascal at the controls. Focusing on the second half of the ten disc box set Songs for Political Action, put out by Bear Family Records. Documenting the American left's interest in and use of folk music from the 1930s to the early 1950s.

9:55 AM Robert DeCormier & Camp Unity's Freedom Theatre The Riddle of Thurman Towns Songs for Political Action, Disc 10 - An Era Closes, 1949-1953 Bear Family Records
9:54 AM The Weavers The Hammer Song Songs for Political Action, Disc 10 - An Era Closes, 1949-1953 Bear Family Records
9:53 AM Bob Hill (Fred Hellerman) Pity the Downtrodden Landlord Songs for Political Action, Disc 10 - An Era Closes, 1949-1953 Bear Family Records
9:51 AM Unidentified Vocalist MTA Songs for Political Action, Disc 9 - Campaign Songs, 1944-1949 Bear Family Records
9:47 AM Paul Robeson The Battle Hymn of '48 Songs for Political Action, Disc 9 - Campaign Songs, 1944-1949 Bear Family Records
9:45 AM Abigail Alvarez A Corrido to Wallace and Taylor Songs for Political Action, Disc 9 - Campaign Songs, 1944-1949 Bear Family Records
9:42 AM Royal Harmonaires Henry Wallace is the Man Songs for Political Action, Disc 9 - Campaign Songs, 1944-1949 Bear Family Records
9:36 AM Howard Fast & The Weavers The Peekskill Story Parts 1 & 2 Songs for Political Action, Disc 8 - Charter Records, 1946-1949 Bear Family Records
9:30 AM Betty Sanders Talking Un-American Blues Songs for Political Action, Disc 10 - An Era Closes, 1949-1953 Bear Family Records
9:26 AM Goodson & Vale Red Boogie Songs for Political Action, Disc 8 - Charter Records, 1946-1949 Bear Family Records
9:23 AM Unknown vocalist Taft-Hartley Blues Songs for Political Action, Disc 6 - The People's Songs Era, 1945-1949 Bear Family Records
9:22 AM Sir Lancelot Atomic Energy Songs for Political Action, Disc 8 - Charter Records, 1946-1949 Bear Family Records
9:17 AM Vern Partlow Atomic Talking Blues Songs for Political Action, Disc 6 - The People's Songs Era, 1945-1949 Bear Family Records
9:15 AM Tom Glazer When the Country is Broke Songs for Political Action, Disc 6 - The People's Songs Era, 1945-1949 Bear Family Records
9:12 AM Brownie McGhee High Price Blues Songs for Political Action, Disc 6 - The People's Songs Era, 1945-1949 Bear Family Records
9:10 AM Pete Seeger OPA Shout Songs for Political Action, Disc 7 - Pete Seeger, 1946-1948 Bear Family Records
9:07 AM Lord Invader Jackie Robinson Songs for Political Action, Disc 6 - The People's Songs Era, 1945-1949 Bear Family Records
9:05 AM Lee Hays Talking Bilbo Songs for Political Action, Disc 6 - The People's Songs Era, 1945-1949 Bear Family Records
9:03 AM Josh White Landlord Songs for Political Action, Disc 6 - The People's Songs Era, 1945-1949 Bear Family Records
Soul Food Cafe, with peter. 8:55 AM Milton Nascimento Maria Maria Journey to Dawn A&M
8:52 AM Various Artists (Percy Sledge) When A Man Loves a Woman Atlantic R&B vol. 6:1965-1967 Rhino
8:46 AM Donny Hathaway I Know it's You Extension Of A Man Atco
8:41 AM Nancy Wilson Tree of Life This Mother's Daughter Capitol
8:37 AM Cannonball Adderley Quintet Mercy, Mercy Mercy The Best of... (The Capitol Years) Capitol
8:22 AM Amandla Stenberg Don't Cash Crop My Cornrows You Tube Video
8:20 AM Monday Milkmen Verruckte Frau Plan C www.mondaymilkmen.com
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