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Sunday, March 31, 2013

 

Darkling Eclectica, Episode 1513

Three:

Count them! Three! Three separate catastrophic errors combined to put the kibosh on this week's Doo-Wop Sunday Episode. I'm hoping that at least one of these errors can be corrected so the Doo-Wop Sunday Episode can occur next week, but I guess we'll all find out together!

Mike

Darkling Eclectica, the           Episode 1513               Sun., March 31, 2013        4PM to 6PM

Artist                        Title                         Album                        Genre New?
John McCutcheon               Hangman's Reel/Campbell's
                                Farewell to Red Gap         Wind That Shakes the Barley  Folk
Turtle Island String Quartet  Seven Steps to Heaven         Who Do We Think We Are?      Jazz
New Grass Revival             One More Love Song            Live                         Folk
/
Stan Rogers                   The Mary Ellen Carter         Home in Halifax              Country
Tom Waits                     Way Down in the Hole          Frank's Wild Years           A-Play
Fiddlers 4                    I Wish I Knew How it Would
                                Feel to be Free             Fiddlers 4                   Jazz
/
Fletcher Henderson & the
  Dixie Stompers              Spanish Shawl                 1925 - 1928                  Jazz
Don Marquis; M Payne          Selections from The Lives &
                                Times of Archy & Mehitabel,
                                Part 12                     read live                    Spoken
/
Ken Nordine                   Original Sin                  Best of Word Jazz, vol.1     Jazz
Peter Ostroushko              Medicine Bow                  Sacred Heart                 Folk
Horace Tapscott               Forgiving                     Tapscott Sessions, vol.4     Jazz
/
Jason McGuire                 Euridice                      Distancias                   World
Stan Kenton & his Orch.       La Suerte de los Tontos       The Comprehensive Kenton     Jazz
Brave Combo                   In Heaven, There is No Beer   Polkas for a Gloomy World    World
/
Tom Lellis                    Keeper of the Flame           Southern Exposure            Jazz
The Billy Nayer Show          The Cat, the Crow and the 
                                Snake                       Return to Brigadoon          A-Play
Laurindo Almeida & Charlie
  Byrd                        Zum and Resureccion del 
                                Angel                       Latin Odyssey                Jazz
/
David Grisman Quintet         Dawgma                        Quintet '80                  Jazz
The Mills Brothers & Louis
  Armstrong                   The Old Folks at Home         Chronological, vol.4         Jazz
The Mills Brothers            On the Banks of Wabash        Famous Barbershop Ballads    Jazz
The Mills Brothers            I Guess I'll Get the Papers
                                & Go Home                   Paper Doll                   Jazz

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