Podcast: Election Day
Episode #16-44 | airing 11-02-16

Well the end is almost upon us. It’s been a harrowing 600 plus days of campaigning and this week’s program is dedicated to election day. There has been so much childish rancor on both sides that the issues that really matter to the American People have been ignored. This week we’ll remind our listeners of what this election is really all about with music from Joe Glazer, John McCutcheon, Peggy Seeger, Ry Cooder and many more. It’s an Election Special on the next Sing Out! Radio Magazine.

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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
The Chestnut Brass Company / “Gen Harrison’s Log Cabin March and Quickstep” / Tippecanoe & Tyler Too / Newport Classics
Cindy Kallet / “Election Day” / Dreaming Down a Quiet Line / Stones Throw
Buffy Sainte-Marie / “Generation” / Power in the Blood / True North
John McCutcheon / “Take Back the Night” / Hail to the Chief / Appalsongs
Joel Mabus / “How Can I Keep from Singing (rewrite)” / No Worries Now… / Fossil

Adam Hurt and Beth Williams Hartness / “Obama’s March to the White House” / Fine Times at Our House / Ubiquitone
Joe Glazer and Friends / “Senior Citizens Battle Hymn” / Old Folks Ain’t All the Same / Collector
Peggy Seeger / “Gonna Be an Engineer” / Three Score and Ten / Appleseed
The Chestnut Brass Company / “Buchanan Polka” / Tippecanoe & Tyler Too / Newport Classics

Pete Seeger / “What a Friend We Have in Congress” / The Complete Bowdoin College Concert 1960 / Smithsonian Folkways
Ry Cooder / “Take Your Hand Off It” / Election Special / Nonesuch
Jennai Huff / “What’s Going On” / Color Wheel / Self-Produced

Jon Brooks / “Gun Dealer” / The Smiling and Beautiful Countryside / Borealis
Ben Benford / “Blood on Missouri” / The Pilot and the Flying Machine / Waterbug
Craig Werth / “The Spokesman” / The Spokesman / Self-Produced
Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways


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