TRADITIONS playlist #17-40

Airing live on WFDU on Sunday, October 1, 2017 from 3-5pm

Re-broadcast Saturday, October 7, 2017 and Tuesday, October 10, 2017 (with a bonus hour) on BluesAndRootsRadio.com

This week’s program featured a tribute to Tom Paley, one of the founding members of the New Lost City Ramblers and a prominent figure from the folk revival of the ’50s and ’60s. Tom passed away at the age of 89 on September 30.

(Tune in to for the 2-hour version of WFDU’s TRADITIONS each Sunday from 3pm to 5pm Eastern Time over WFDU-FM 89.1 in the NYC/Northern New Jersey area, or on the web at www.wfdu.fm or iHeartRadio.com. The full 3-hour program airs each week on the following Saturday from 6:30-9:30pm and Tuesday from 10:00pm-1:00am Eastern Time at BluesAndRootsRadio.com. (The 2-hour version is also available via on-demand stream for two weeks after the WFDU airing by clicking HERE. TRADITIONS is a Sing Out! Radio Partner.)

HOUR 1 (Exclusively on Blues and Roots Radio.com)
ARTIST “Tune / Song”
ALBUM Label – Website

Theme: HARVEY REID “Dirty Dish Rag”
Solo Guitar Sketchbook Woodpecker Records – www.woodpecker.com
CHARLIE KING “It’s A Pleasure to Know You”
Life & Love, Tears & Laughter Vaguely Reminiscent Sounds – www.charlieking.org

FIDDLE WHAMDIDDLE (Vi Wickam and Steve Eulberg) “Matthew”
Not My Monkey Owl Mountain Music – www.fiddlewhamdiddle.com
JOE JENCKS “Mercy”
Poets, Philosophers, Workers & self – www.joejencks.com
THE MALVINAS “How Can I Keep from Singing?”
God Bless the Grass Soona Songs – www.soonasongs.com ,

DUBL HANDI “Randy Lynn Rag”
Up Like the Clouds self – www.dublhandimusic.com
TYLER HUGHES & SAM GLEAVES “I Can’t Sit Down”
Tyler Hughes and Sam Gleaves self – www.samandtylermusic.com
O’CONNOR BAND WITH MARK O’CONNOR “Ruby, Are You Mad At Your Man?”
O’Connor Band Live! OMAC Records – www.oconnorband.com

STEVE GILLETTE “Darcy Farrow”
Fox Hllow Festival Vol. 3, All Those People Fox Hollow Records –
GILLIAN WELCH “Scarlet Town”
The Harrow & The Harvest
SUZANNE VEGA “The Queen and the Soldier”
Close-up: Volume 2, People & Places Amanuensis Productions – www.suzannevega.com

REDBIRD “Moonshiner”
Redbird
SID SELVIDGE “I’vet Got a Secret (Didn’t We Sugaree)”
The Cold of Morning
DIANA JONES “Go Tell the Saviour”
Fast Folk Jack Hardy Tribute Smithsonian Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu

CHARM CITY JUNCTION “Greasy Coat”
Charm City Junction self – www.charmcityjunction.com

HOUR 2 (WFDU Broadcast starts here)

EVIE LADEN BAND “Coo Coo”
Jump the Fire self – www.evieladin.com

REBEKAH LONG “Fishin’ On The Cumberland”
Run Away LUK Records – www.lukrecords.com , www.rebekahlong.com
JIM PAGE “Questions and Answers”
A Hand Full of Songs self – www.jimpage.net
LAURA CORTESE & THE DANCE CARDS “The Low Hum”
California Calling Compass Records – www.compassrecords.com , www.thisislauracortese.com
SHAWNA CASPI “Tennessee Waltz”
Forest Fire self – www.shawnacaspi.com

THE SQUID JIGGERS “The Bonnie Ship the DIamond”
33 1/3 self – www.squidjiggers.com
NORTH SEA GAS “When We Go Rolling Home”
When We Go Rolling Home ScotDisc – www.scotdisc.co.uk , www.northseagas.co.uk
MATTHEW BYRNE “Go to Sea No Moer”
Horizon Lines Factor Arts – www.matthewbyrne.com
THE FOC’SLE SINGERS “Rio Grande”
Foc’sle Songs and Shanties Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu

DENNIS DOUGHERTY “Grandma’s Old Piano”
Songs From the Dog House Thinking Dog Records – www.dennisdougherty.com
ANNA TIVEL “Illinois”
Small Believer Fluff & Gravy Records – www.fluffandgravy.com , www.annativel.com
ROSALIE SORRELS “I Think of You”
If I Could Be the Rain Folk – www.folklegacy.com

DUKE ROBILLARD AND HIS DAMES OF RHYTHM with ELIZABETH MCGOVERN “Me, Myself and I”
DUKE ROBILLARD & HIS DAMES OF RHYTHM M.C. Records –
HOWARD EMERSON “Phelp’s Flats”
The Wall Talks self –

HOUR 3

TOM PALEY & PEGGY SEEGER “Who’s That Knocking at My Window”
Who’s Going to Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot? Topic Records – www.topicrecords.co.uk

THE NEW LOST CITY RAMBLERS “Leaving Home”
50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? Smithsonian Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu
THE NEW LOST CITY RAMBLERS “I Truly Understand You Love Another Man”
50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? Smithsonian Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu
THE NEW LOST CITY RAMBLERS “Railroad Blues”
50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? Smithsonian Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu
THE NEW LOST CITY RAMBLERS “My Long Journey Home”
50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? Smithsonian Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu
THE NEW LOST CITY RAMBLERS “My Long Journey Home”
50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? Smithsonian Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu

TOM & BEN PALEY “Louis Collins”
Paley & Son Hornbeam – www.hornbeamrecordings.com
TOM & BEN PALEY “The Devil and the Farmer’s Wife”
Paley & Son Hornbeam – www.hornbeamrecordings.com
TOM PALEY “Rev. Gary Davis Medley: Light of This World / I Belong to the Band”
Hard Luck Papa Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop – www.guitarvideos.com

TOM PALEY “Medley: Mississippi Sawyer / Rocky Mountain Goat”
Hard Luck Papa Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop – www.guitarvideos.com
TOM PALEY “Keep on Trucking Mama”
Tom Paley’s Old Moonshine Revue Hornbeam – www.hornbeamrecordings.com
TOM PALEY “Roll On Roll On”
Tom Paley’s Old Moonshine Revue Hornbeam – www.hornbeamrecordings.com

DAN ZANES & FRIENDS with MADAME MARIE JEAN LAURENT & CEDDYJAY “Bring Me A Little Water, Sylvie”
Lead Belly, Baby! Smithsonian Folkways – www.folkways.si.edu
THE JEREMIAHS “Spring Fling”
The Femme Fatale of Maine self – www.thejeremiahs.ie
TOMMY MAKEM, PAT CLANCY & PETE SEEGER “Mountain Dew”
Lonesome Road: Gems from the Vanguard Vaults One Day Music – www.onedaymusic.co.uk
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Ron Olesko
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Teaneck, NJ 07666

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About Ron Olesko

For over 40 years, Ron has been a radio programmer with WFDU-FM in Teaneck, New Jersey. He created WFDU-FM's TRADITIONS in 1980, a show that he continues to host and produce every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6pm Eastern Time. He's the president of and booker for the Hurdy Gurdy Folk Music Club in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, and is a regular contributor to Sing Out! as well as the host of the Folk Music Notebook blog on this site. Ron can also be found emceeing concerts and festivals around the NYC/NJ area. A lifelong Mets fan and a rabid soccer geek, Ron is a Red Bull season ticket holder since their inception and will most likely be in his seat when not in the studio.

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