Analogplanet Radio Folk Revival Show Now Available For Streaming and Downloading

Today's Analogplanet Radio show broadcast live over the air on WFDU-FM's HD2 radio station and also streamed at is all about the Folk Music Revival of the late '50s--'60s.

As many of you have discovered, features many great streaming channels playing an eclectic mix of music, so please check it out!

Here's the set list:

Tom Dooley-Kingston Trio
M.T.A.-Kingston Trio
Silver Dagger-Joan Baez
Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You-Joan Baez
Gotta Travel On-The Weavers
Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies-Leon Bibb
John Riley-Odetta
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme-S&G
Wild Mountain Thyme-The Byrds
Baby, Let Me Follow You Down-Bob Dylan
House of the Rising Sun-Bob Dylan
I’ll Keep It With Mine-Bob Dylan
I’ll Keep It With Mine-Fairport Convention
Four Strong Winds-Ian and Sylvia
You Were On My Mind-Ian and Sylvia
Grand Coulee Dam-Ramblin Jack Elliott
If I Had My Way-Peter, Paul & Mary
Black Suzie-The Holy Modal Rounders
So Long, Marianne-Leonard Cohen
Painting Box-The Incredible String Band
I Ain’t Marching Anymore-Phil Ochs
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?-Pete Seeger
John Wayne Gacy, Jr-Sufjan Stevens
Irene Goodnight-Joseph Spence
This Land is Your Land-Various Artists

Ortofan's picture show, thus far.

Ortofan's picture two segments?

Michael Fremer's picture
To divide it in half....
thomoz's picture

What, no TOM RUSH?????

Enjoyed the show otherwise. My Kingston Trio is in better shape than yours though, ha ha.

Fans of this genre should hunt down 'Heather and Glen' on Tradition.

thomoz's picture

10 years ago before a show I attended with my 2nd wife, Joan Baez insulted me when I asked her to autograph my Vanguard lp (I had been hauling it around for 30 years, and she thought I was a flipper who was going to throw it on eBay). Only the 2nd musician to insult me at a show. I've long ago forgiven her and I now think the incident was funny, but I've not forgotten it.

ronrubin's picture

Thanks for the Folk Music revival. If you do it again, I would definitely enjoy hearing Tom Rush (The Circle Game is a must LP to have), Tom Paxton, Arlo Guthrie, Steve Gillette, Chris Smither, Jerry Jeff Walker, Richard and Mimi Farina (Joy 'Round My Brain), The Weavers, Buffy Sainte Marie, Joni Mitchell, etc.

Also, here's a suggestion. It would be great to have interviews (in studio or pre-recorded) from equipment manufacturers, and recording and mastering engineers along with all of the great music that you play.

Michael Fremer's picture
I know....there were so many I could do another whole show with all different people and in the future I will!
ronrubin's picture

Judy Collins.