Podcast: To Those We’ve Lost
Episode #16-01 | airing 1-06-16

Photo by Jean-Luc Ourlin-1977

At the beginning of each year it’s important to reflect on the musicians who have passed and their significance to the music. When I glance at all the year end lists I’m always surprised at whom I’ve forgotten or missed. This week on the Sing Out! Radio Magazine we’ll note some of the musicians who we’ve lost in 2015 and their importance.


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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

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

Johnny Gimble / “Sally Gooden” / The Texas Fiddle Collection / CMH
Jean Ritchie & Doc Watson / “Pretty Polly” / Live at Folk City /
        Smithsonian Folkways
Theodore Bikel / “Buffalo Boy” / Bob Dylan’s Greenwich Village /
        Chrome Dreams
Ronnie Gilbert / “Mothers, Daughters, Sons” / HARP A Time to Sing! /
Guy Carawan / “Ain’t You Got A Right to the Tree of Life” / Tree
        of Life / Flying Fish

Norman Blake, Nancy Blake & Tut Taylor / “Steel Guitar Blues” /
        Shacktown Road / Plectrafone
Glen Ohrlin / “Shorty’s Saloon” / A Cowboy’s Life / Rounder
Curley Miller & Carol Ann Rose / “Dusty Miller” / Horseshoe Bend /
        Self Produced
Chuck Pyle / “Lay This Old Guitar Down” / Step by Step / Bee n’ Flower
Bill Monroe With Bill Keith / “Sailor’s Hornpipe” / Bluegrass
        1959-1969 / Bear Family
Johnny Gimble / “Beaumont Rag” / The Texas Fiddle Collection / CMH

Silly Wizard / “The Queen of Argyll” / The Best of Silly Wizard /
John Renbourn / “Three Pieces by O’Carolan” / The Hermit / Castle
Art Thieme / “Cowboy’s Barbara Allen” / The Older I Get the Better
        I Was / Waterbug
Judy Collins with Buddy Emmons / “Someday Soon” / Who Knows Where
        The Time Goes / Elektra

BB King / “Confessin’The Blues” / King of the Blues / MCA
Pete Seeger / “If I Had a Hammer (excerpt)” / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
        Smithsonian Folkways

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