The Flowing Waters of Lake Jefferson

Saturday April 28, 2007: An Inconvenient Setlist

Folk Plus is hosted and planned by Angela Page and airs Saturdays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on WJFF, at 90.5 fm in Jeffersonville, N.Y. and 94.5 in Monticello N.Y. We are Hydro-Powered Public Radio, run mostly by volunteers and funded by members. We stream online at WWW.WJFFRADIO.ORG  There is an archive link there also.
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elcome new web listeners, especially those with disabilities that keep them housebound. THANKS SO MUCH to the station management fo accommodating  my health issues which allow me to continue to volunteer Saturday mornings and bring you the music that 'moves and sustains me. '

Local music:
Susan Werner at the Mansion House in Middletwon Sunday 3 pm   845.343.3049
Songs of Mike Levine at Paramount Theatre Sunday afternoon 346 4195
Bob Dylan and his Band to Bethel Woods. bethelwoodslive.org Tickets go on sale to the general public on April 28th 11 am.
One complimentary ticket per 20 group tickets paid 
Contact: Meghan Arnott, Group Sales (845) 295-2558   We invite your group (of 20 or more) to    or singles (845) 454-3388

First a few offerings with Virginia Tech in mind:

1. Joel Mabus : http://joelmabus.com/download_of_the_moment.htm  Virus on the Town
(3:54) download approx 3.6Mb  128kbps sampling rate
by Joel Mabus © 2001  Joel Mabus vocal & guitar  from the CD, Six of One

2. Debborah Holland - Kids with Guns
Bood of Survival - Gadfly

3. Cheryl Wheeler - If It Were Up To Me
Sylvia Hotel - Phio

Now offerings on the inconvenient truth of how we treat the earth, and ultimatley our own health.

The founder of Earch Day turned 92! He invites you on the website http://www.earthsite.org/
to joing as a trustee of the earth.  "I endorse the concept of Earth Trustees, and I pledge that
I will act as a Trustee of the Earth by --

    · promoting actions to preserve peace and planet;
    · conserving nature and its resources;
    · encouraging environmental stewardship; and
    · asking others to do the same."
 

4. David Francey - Torn Screen Door
Torn Screen Door - Laker

 
5. John Gorka - Houses in the Fields
Jack's Crows - High Street Records

6. Zoe Lewis - When the Developers Came to Tea
Fishbone, Wishbone, Funnybone - Dog Productions
"big bulldozers" "took my childhood away from me"

7. Herdman, Hills, Mangsen  - (McGann) Requiem for the Trees
Voices - Flying Fish/Rounder - Anne@AnneHills.com
 "They fell like thunder and left no trace"


8. Wyrd Sisters - farewell to Calyoquot Sound 402
Inside the Dreaming -   http://www.focs.ca/index.asp


9. Artison - Curupay Freijo 324
Breathing Space -


Every ton of paper that is recycled saves 17 trees

Margaret Mead - Read Margaret Mead - 1977 Earth Day Statement
"The vernal equinox calls on all mankind to recognize and respect Earth’s beautiful systems of balance, between the presence of animals on land, the fish in the sea, birds in the air, mankind, water, air, and land.  Most importantly there must always be awareness of the actions by people that can disturb this precious balance."


10. Tom Chapin - This Pretty Planet

This Pretty Planet - Sony

11. Jay Mankita - Living Planet
Jay Mankita - self

12. Magpie - We Belong to the Earth
Seed on the Prairie -Long Tail

Earlier this month, on April 12, 2007 a federal judge signed a settlement agreement in which New York City admits that the pesticides sprayed may indeed be dangerous to human health as well as to the natural environment.  Pesticides  are endocrine (hormone) disruptors that may cause cancer, and are especially dangerous to children, the elderly, and those who are immune compromised.   The pesticides also kill off natural predators of mosquitoes such as dragonflies, which eat large amounts of mosquitoes every hour. The result of each round of spraying is MORE, not fewer, mosquitoes.  Seven people died with the last sparying in NYC.    http://www.nospray.org/

13. Pat Humphires & Sandy O -  One  -  http://www.emmasrevolution.com/
Coming to our area June 12th 2007 

14.
Tom Paxton Anne Hills - There Goes the Mountain

Under American Skies - Appleseed

15. Joni Mitchell  -  Big Yellow Taxi
Hits - Reprise

16. Berrymans - Why Am I Painting hte Living Room
Live- Cornbelt Recordings

17. Capital Steps - God Bless My SUV
Between Iraq and a Hard Plac

18. Cosy Sheridan - Urban Assault Vehicle 130
Anthymn -  Wind River

“So for instance in the second Intifada, between 2000 and roughly 2005, when there was a lot of violence on the ground, the water officials on both sides – Israeli and Palestinian water authorities – continued to work together to try to provide water for their people,” he said.

19. Bill Shontz - Hole in the Ozone 332
Animal Tales - Lightyear Ent.


Some 2.4 billion people have no toilets or sewers, and 1.1 billion do not even have drinkable water. Every day, an estimated 22,000 people, half of them children, die of diseases borne by polluted water, such as typhoid, cholera, malaria and diarrhoea.
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20. Magpie Greg Artzner, Terry Leonino - Water
Circle of Life - pobox Takoma Pk MC 20913
"keep it clean for me and I'll keep it clean for you"

21. Nancy White - Sweep the Sidewalk with the Hose
Stickers on Fruit - Borealis

------Apart from concerns over energy and oil resources, economists say a global shortage of water would curtail the world's ability to raise food -- perhaps by 2025. Fred Pearce is an environmental and development consultant at New Scientist. In his book, When the Rivers Run Dry.  subtitled "The Defining Crisis of the Twenty-First Century," Pearce surveys levels of water resources and efficiency in more than 30 countries, sketching a picture of the future of the world's rivers. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5303396


The book makes a strong—and scary—case that a worldwide water shortage is the most fearful looming environmental crisis. With a drumbeat of facts both horrific (thousands of wells in India and Bangladesh are poisoned by fluoride and arsenic) and fascinating (it takes 20 tons of water to make one pound of coffee), the former New Scientist news editor documents a "kind of cataclysm" already affecting many of the world's great rivers. The Rio Grande is drying up before it reaches the Gulf of Mexico; the Nile has been dammed to a trickle; reservoirs behind ill-conceived dams sacrifice millions of gallons of water to evaporation, while wetlands and floodplains downriver dry up as water flow dwindles. In India, villagers lacking access to clean water for irrigation and drinking are sinking tube wells hundreds of feet down, plundering underground supplies far faster than rainfall can replace them—the same fate facing the Ogallala aquifer of the American Midwest. The news, recounted with a scientist's relentless accumulation of observable fact, is grim. Maps. (Mar.)

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22. Jennifer Noxon  - Water
Watch as You Walk   jenoxon@magma.ca
http://www.magma.ca/~jenoxon/jn.html
Written after watching women in Soufriere, St. Lucia, balancing a day's supply of water


23. Cosy Sheridan - Don't Go In The Water
Grand design - Cozoid@aol.com
 "Arsenic, acetone, methylene chloride..."

Each person throws away approximately four pounds of garbage every day.

Most families throw away about 88 pounds of plastic every year

24. Kermit the Frog/Muppets -On My Pond
Marlo Thomas and Friends, Free to Be A Family
www.eyeontomorrow.com/embracingthechild/bookspecialthomasmarlo_.htm
As Kermit enjoys his pond,  messy teens and garbage dumping trucks who overpower his quiet tune.

25. Cheryl Wheeler  - The Rivers
Mrs. Pinocci's Guitar Philo
"It said on TV that the rivers can poison us"

 Jim and Dave - Don't Go Near the Shore Today

26. Pipe Street Dreams - www.folkera.com/windriver
"arsenic and mercury, thats the company legacy"

·  One bus carries as many people as 40 cars!
·  The 500 million automobiles on earth burn an average of 2 gallons of fuel a day
·  Each gallon of feul puts 20 pounds of carbon dioxide into the air

27. John Denver - Guess he'd Rather Be in Colorodo
Poems Prayers Promises -

 George Carlin:

Oh Beautiful for smoggy skies, insecticided grain,  For strip-mined mountain's majesty above the asphalt plain.
America, America, man sheds his waste on thee, And hides the pines with billboard signs, from sea to oily sea.

28. Hugh Blumenfeld - American Redux
Barehanded - 1 800 Prime CD


29. Victoria Parks -  I'm Going Solar
Sure Feels Like Home  - Victoria@juke.com
 http://www.juke.com/artists/Parks_Victoria/Parks_Victoria.html
"I'm going solar just as soon as I can"


Feul consumption is cut by as much as 10% by turning down your thermastat by 1 degree.
The energy we save when we recycle one glass bottle is enough to light a light bulb for four hours


30. Danny Einbender  - It Really Isn't Garbage
Dinner Alone is a bore! -


31. David Roth - I Don't Need a Bag
Nights at the Chez - RothDM@aol.com 1 800 484-2367
"To take a brand new bag everytime I shop's a drag"

32.  Magpie - We belong the Earth

Seed on the Prairie - Long Tail Records


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Thanks to all well wishers with my curret battle with neurotoxic poisoning and chemical sensitivities    (http://pagewebberink.com/~angie/)



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