Podcast: Name That Tune
Episode #15-38 | airing 9-16-15

Bert Jansch

I am very fond of music that pushes the envelope, that is I enjoy when musicians leave their comfort zone and take their music in new directions. This week’s program is entitled Name That Tune and features players who are not afraid to try new and exciting things. The program is much more than a cover show but rather a series of selections that demonstrate just what a musician can do when they’re given the freedom to wander into their neighbor’s yard.


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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer” / Songs Of Hope And Struggle /

Mike Marshall & Caterina Lichtenberg / “Bach: Two Part Invention
        in E major” / JS Bach / Adventure Music
Duck Baker / “Maple Leaf Rag” / The Entertainer-The Music of
        Scott Joplin / Shanachie
Anna Patton / “What’ll I Do” / Isadore’s Breakfast / Self Produced
Bert Jansch & John Renbourn / “Goodbye Pork Pie Hat” / Stepping
        Stones / Vanguard
Tim O’Brien, et al / “Dear Diary” / Moody Bluegrass Two…Much
        Love / Bunny Rae

Maddy Prior / “Finlandia” / Flesh & Blood / Park
Asylum Street Spankers / “The Swan” / The Last Laugh / Yellow Dog
The Red Clay Ramblers /”Pal-Ya-Chee” / Live / Self Produced
Michael J. Miles / “Take Five” / Collage / Miles Music
Mike Marshall & Caterina Lichtenberg / “Bach: Two Part Invention
        in C minor” / JS Bach / Adventure Music

Richard Thompson & Christine Collister / “The Band Played On
        (1895)” / The Beautiful Old / Doubloon
Joel Mabus / “I’m Just Wild About Harry-Avalon” / Parlor Guitar /
Mad Pudding / “Hoedown” / Grand Hotel / Sliced Bread

Eight Dollar Mountain / “Fly Like an Eagle” / Tied to the Tracks
         / Self Produced
John Hartford / “Somewhere My Love-We’ll Meet Again Sweetheart”
         / Nobody Knows What You Do / Flying Fish
Brave Combo / “Swan Lake” / Box of Ghosts / Rounder

Pete Seeger / “If I Had a Hammer (excerpt)” / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
        Smithsonian Folkways

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