Folkadelphia on Wed 6/30/10

Artist Title Album Label New
John Prine Dear Abby Sweet Revenge Atlantic
Elvis Perkins in Dearland Weeping Pilgrim, 417 Help Me to Sing: Songs of The Sacred Harp
Chatham County Line Ghost of Woody Guthrie Wildwood Yep Roc
Rahim Alhaj Baghdad Allhania We Are All One In The Sun - A Tribute to Robbie Basho Important
Iron & Wine Love And Some Verses Our Countless Numbered Days Sub Pop
Blitzen Trapper Sadie Destroyer of the Void Sub Pop
The Mountain Goats The Best Ever Death Metal Band in Denton All Hail West Texas Emperor Jones
Vashti Bunyan I Want to Be Alone Somethings Just Stick in Your Mind Fat-Cat
Uncle Tupelo Acuff-Rose Anodyne Sire
The Unthanks Lucky Gilchrist Here's The Tender Coming Rough Trade
The Tallest Man on Earth Graceland (Paul Simon cover) Cover
Birdie Busch Joey Everyone Will Take You In Be Frank
Laura Marling Hope In The Air I Speak Because I Can EMI
John Fahey The Thing At The End Of New Hampshire Avenue Old Girlfriends And Other Horrible Memories Varrick
Pearly Gate Music I Was A River S/T Barsuk
Phosphorescent It's Hard To Be Humble (When You're Alabama) Here's to Taking It Easy Dead Oceans
Great Lake Swimmers Pulling on a Line Lost Channels Nettwerk
Punch Brothers Next to the Trash Antifogmatic Nonesuch
Emma Tricca Long Letter Minor White Bird/B-Music
Nina Nastasia Cry, Cry, Baby Outlaster Fat-Cat
Melaena Cadiz The Wolf Rattle The Windows
Horse Feathers As A Ghost Thistled Spring Kill Rock Stars
Meg Baird Moving Up A Ways We Are All One In The Sun - A Tribute to Robbie Basho Important
Elizabeth Cotten Graduation March Freight Train And Other North Carolina Folk Songs And Tunes Smithsonian Folkways
Ben Sollee & Daniel Martin Moore Only a Song Dear Companion Sub Pop
The Chapin Sisters Digging A Hole Oh, Hear The Wind Blow Lake Bottom
Deer Tick Hand in My Hand Black Dirt Sessions Partisan
Chatham County Line Ringing in My Ears Wildwood Yep Roc
Carolyn Hester Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream We Dream Forever
Laura Gibson Funeral Song (acoustic) Beasts of Seasons Hush


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Folkadelphia Radio with Fred Knittel explores the world of folk, Americana, country, bluegrass, and more, ranging from the fringe to the familiar to the freaky and everything in between. Also catch us every Wednesday night 10-11 PM ET on WXPN 88.5 FM.