Saturday, March 14, 2009

Saturday Sunrise 3/14

Saturday Sunrise - John Gaguine

Susan Tedeschi - Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (Bob Dylan)

Joan Baez - I Pity the Poor Immigrant (Dylan - from her 1968 album Any Day Now - the Songs of Bob Dylan), Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word (same album), Farewell Angelina (Dylan again - from her 2004 live CD Bowery Songs), Sweet Sir Galahad (written by Joan)

Judy Collins - So Early, Early in the Spring (trad.), In the Heat of the Summer (Phil Ochs), Both Sides Now (Joni Mitchell - this version of the song put Joni on the musical map back in 1967 - the album, Wildflowers, was one of those that everyone seemed to own back then), Who Knows Where the Time Goes (Sandy Denny, of Fairport Convention fame)

Eva Cassidy - Time After Time (Cyndi Lauper), Fields of Gold (Sting), The Water is Wide (trad.), People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield, of Superfly fame), If I Give My Heart (John Pennell - wrote numerous songs recorded by Alison Krauss)

The Band, from The Last Waltz - a 4 CD set of their last concert in SF on Thanksgiving, 1976 -
Further on Up the Road (with Eric Clapton), Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (with Bob Dylan), I Don't Believe You (Dylan again)

Pretenders - Forever Young (Dylan), Back on the Chain Gang (acoustic - from the 1995 acoustic CD The Isle of View)

Frank Solivan II - bluegrass musician with Juneau connections - Sugar Hill Rambler (David Grisman), Once in a Very Blue Moon (lovely song recorded, but not written, by Nanci Griffith), Across the Great Divide (Kate Wolf)

Eva Cassidy - Danny Boy

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