Saturday March 24, 2001 Folk Plus Playlist

Highlighting  new releases by women as Folk Plus continues honoring Women's history month.

Folk Plus airs Saturdays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on WJFF , following cartalk.
90.5 Jeffersonville, N.Y. and 94.5 in Monticello. We are Hydro-powered Public Radio serving the Mid-Hudson Region, North East Pennsylvania, and the Upper Delaware Valley.

Format:   Artist - Track Title
Album - Label and/or Contacts

(Theme:   Jay Ansill - "The Two Horizons"  -  Origami - Flying Fish)

Deb Cowan - Dreadful Ghost
Long Grey Line -

Be Good Tanyas - The Littlest Birds
Blue Horse -
"The littlest birds sing the prettiest songs"

Stacey Earle - Good-By
Dacin' With Them That Brung Me - Gearle Records   -
(Appearing at the Listen Inn April 22

Kate Campbell - Bear it Away
Wandering Strange - Eminent Records  -
615 386 8373

Tish Hinojosa- I Have No Answers
Sign of Truth - Rounder -

Karan Casey - Eppie Morrie
The Winds Begin to Sing - Shanachie

Cindy Kallet and Friends - I'm a Mammal
Leave the Cake in the Mailbox - Stone Throw Music
Come see Cindy and Friends NEXT WEEKEND for our WJFF benefit
appearing along with Canada's David Francey

Christine Graves - Summerlea
Stray - -
1 800 385-FOLK

Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer with Brave Combo
On the Day You Were Born (Red Grammer)
All Wound Up! - Rounder Kids

Diane Zeigler - The Legend of Enoch Arden
These are the Roots -

Kate Rusby - As I Roved Out
Hourglass - Compass -

Jen Hamel - Barbara
Fine Small Storm - Clandestine -
poBox 667031 Houston TX 77266-7031

Kasey Chambers - This Flower
The Captain - Asylum Records Warner Bros. -

Cindy Kalmenson - The Colors Underground
Let Me Out Here - Big Gack Records    -
Rachel Sage -Undertow
Painting of a Painting - M Press Records -

Denise Franke - Indifference
Comfort - Certain Records POBox 540682 Houston TX 77254

Bessie Jones - Oh Green Fields, Roxie
Put Your Hand on Your Hip and Let Your Backbone Slip
Rounder -

Jonell Mosser - (Dana Cooper) Boney Man
Enough Rope - Siren Songs Records POBox 912 Saugerties NY 12477
(At the Towne Crier March 30th)

Eliza Carthy - Perfect
Angels  & Cigarettes -   -
Warner Bros Records Inc.

Jody Kessler - Superwoman
Another Day of Loving - In the Moment Productions -

Annie Gallup - Anything is Possible
Steady Steady Yes - Prime CD   1 800 PRIME CD

Lisa Stevens - Soul Mate
Just the Way My Mama Made Me - Kira Records 1160 Kira Lane Bedfored VA 24523

Sirens -  Head the Warning
Smilin' - Borealis -

Joyce Anderson - Going To Bodie
The Girl I Left Behind - Box 2231 Portsmouth NH 03802 -
History: Bodie was named after Waterman S. Body (also known as William S. Bodey) who discovered gold here in 1859. The change in spelling of the town's name has often been attributed to an illiterate sign painter, but was a deliberate change by the citizenry to insure proper pronunciation.  Bodie became a boom town in 1877 and by 1879 Bodie boasted a population of about 10,000 with 2,000 buildings,and was second to none for wickedness, badmen, and "the worst climate out of doors". One little girl, whose family was taking her to the remote and infamous town, wrote in her diary: "Good-bye God, I'm going to Bodie." The phrase came to be known throughout the west.

Judith-Kate Friedman - All Before Me
Bigger Things - Patience and Adventure Musicworks
PMB 606 2625 Alcatraz Ave Berkely CA 94705 -

FERRON ("God" according to Greg Brown), SONiA (of disappear fear!),
EVELYN HARRIS (of Sweet Honey in the Rock!) and RELATIVE SIGHT
(oh my word, they have a cello).  4 pm show on Sunday, March 25

Watters Theatre in the Anderson Center/Fine Arts Building on the Binghamton
University campus. .  For tickets call 607-777-ARTS.  You can also get them at the door.
This is a presentation of WHRW 90.5 and the Women's Center at Binghamton University,
coproduced by the Night Eagle Cafe, men very welcome.

Kate McDonnell -You're Wrong
Dog-Eared Discs-

Laura Smith - It's a Personal Thing
Vanity Pressed-a Collection - Universal Music   -

Sharon Shannon & Friends - A Costa De Galicia
The Diamond Mountain Sessions -
34 Harcourt St. Dublin 2  -

WJFF benefit:
David Francey - Torn Screen Door
Torn Screen Door -

View Setlists for other years or back to Folk Plus or Angela's interviews