Podcast: The Kids are Alright Pt.1
Episode #16-13 | airing 3-30-16

Many performers received their first inspiration at home. Many dance musicians recall falling asleep on piles of coats at dances and gently rocked to sleep by the melody of the music and the rhythm of the dancers. Songwriters often recall sessions in their homes while the parents and their friends attempted to put music to words. The next two programs will focus on players whose initial inspiration came at home.


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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer” / Songs Of Hope And Struggle /
Rayna Gellert / “Ducks on the Millpond” / Ways of the World / Yodel
Rosenne Cash / “500 Miles” / The List / Manhattan
Jamie Hartford / “Natural to be Gone” / Part of Your History / New
Bryan Sutton w/ Jerry Sutton / “Billy in the Lowground” / Not Too
        Far from the Tree / Sugar Hill
Amy Helm / “Spend Our Last Dime” / Didn’t It Rain / eone

Ken & Brad Kolodner / “Falls of Richmond” / Skipping Rocks /
The Carter Family / “Ship Ahoy” / The Acme Sessions 1952-56 /
Jay Unger & Molly Mason w/ Swingology / “Blues Stay Away From
        Me” / Relax Your Mind / Angel
The Carawan Family feat. Evan Carawan / “The Tortise and the
        Hare” / Home Brew / Flying Fish
Rayna Gellert / “Ways of the World” / Ways of the World /

Eliza Gilkyson / “Fast Freight” / The Nocturnal Diaries /
        Red House
Sam Amidon / “Walkin’ Boss” / Lily-O / Nonesuch
Pieta Brown / “Letter in Hand” / Paradise Outlaw / Red

Teddy Thompson / “Thanks A Lot” / Teddy Thompson / Virgin
The Wainwright Sisters / “Do You Love an Apple” / Songs
        in the Dark / PIAS
Arlo Guthrie / “Lightning Bar Blues” / Hobo’s Lullaby /
        Rising Son
Pete Seeger / “If I Had a Hammer (excerpt)” / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
        Smithsonian Folkways

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