Podcast: Over The River…
Episode #16-47 | airing 11-22-16

This week we celebrate Thanksgiving on the SORM with songs about travel, food and family. Thanksgiving is a most American holiday however in the excitement and anticipation of the holiday spent with friends and family not everything is as joyous as portrayed on the Hallmark Channel. We’ll include music addressing the different emotions which surface during the holiday times from joy to sorrow and everything in between.

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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
Julia Lane / “Over the River and Through the Wood-Among Ones So Dear” / Going Home / Castlebay
James Taylor / “Sweet Baby James” / Sweet Baby James / Warner Brothers
Kitty Donohoe / “No One on This Road” / This Road Tonight / Roheen
John McCutcheon / “Lonesome John-Fine Times at Our House” / Fine Times at Our House / Green Hays
Tim & Mollie O’Brien / “Don’t Let Me Come Home a Stranger” / Away Out on the Mountain / Sugar Hill

Putnam Smith / “Succotash” / Kitchen, Love… / Itchy Sabot
Jonas Friddle and the Majority / “Biscuit Baking Blues” / Use Your Voice / Self Produced
Mustard’s Retreat / “Barbecue” / The Yellow Room Gang-Decade / Yellow Room
Julia Lane / “Come Ye Thankful People-Harvest Home” / Going Home / Castlebay

Lucy Kaplansky / “Reunion” / Reunion / Red House
Metamora / “Morning Walk” / Morning Walk / Windham Hill
Si Kahn / “Here Is My Home” / Thanksgiving / Strictly Country
Red Clay Ramblers / “Home is Where the Heart Is” / A Lie of the Mind / Ryko-Sugar Hill

Bruce Cockburn / “Musical Friends” / Bruce Cockburn / Columbia-True North
John Hartford / “Them Way Back Long Ago Times” / Goin’ Back to Dixie / Small Dog a Barkin’
Hope Hoffman & Kittlish / :Dining Room Polka” / Infinite Summer Squash / Self Produced
Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian FolkwaysThe


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