The Folk Show for January 08, 2013
2:06 PM - 4:00 PM
A potpourri of folk music, as well as special thematic programs. Hosted by Montana Public Radio’s John Myers, and Beth Anne Austein. The Stan Howe Show airs the first Tuesday of each month.
Program Name: Folk Show: Music Lyric Theme--Time .
Date Of Broadcast: 1-8-2013
Host Producer: John Myers
1. Dillards - There is a Time - Live Almost! - - - -
2. Neil Young - Comes a Time - Comes a Time - - - -
3. Hank Williams - I Ain\'t Got Nothin\' But Time - I Ain\'t Got Nothin\' But Time - - - -
4. Willie Nelson - Funny How Time Slips Away - Nite Life - Rhino - - -
5. Leo Kottke - Tiny Island - Greenhouse - - - -
6. Tom Paxton - Wearing the Time - Wearing the Time - - - -
7. Hank Williams - Let\'s Turn Back the Years - Let\'s Turn Back the Years - - - -
8. Willie Nelson - Yesterday\'s Wine - The Outlaws - - - -
9. Gene Clark - She Don\'t Care About Time - Roadmaster - - - -
10. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys - Time Changes Everything - Take Me Back To Tulsa - - - -
11. Peter Rowan - Walls of Time - The Walls of Time - - - -
12. Jonathan Edwards - Ain\'t Got Time - Rockin\' Chair - - - -
13. Ian and Sylvia - Some Day Soon - Northern Journey - - - -
14. Los Lobos - A Matter of Tiome - How Will the Wolf Surviv - - - -
15. Bob Dylan - Tomorrow is a Long Time - Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 - - - -
16. Everly Bros - Maybe Tomorrow - - - - -
17. Gene Clark - With Tomorrow - White Light - - - -
18. Willie Brown - Future Blues - Masters of the Delta Blues - - - -
19. John Prine - Living in the Future - Masters of the Delta Blues - Yazoo - - -
20. Byrds - 100 Years From Now - Sweetheart of the Rodeo - - - - The Show also featured an interview with Swedish-American singer Rosa Rebecka. We heard \"The Two Hearted Woman\" and \"Purple\" which appear on her CD titled \"Untold\", and \"Can Vei La Lauzeta Mover,\" \"In Praise of Grey\" and \"Mrs. Beautiful\'s Guitar\", found on her CD \"Songs For Mrs Beautiful\". Her website is rebeckasongs.com.
The Folk Show is a potpourri of folk music, as well as special thematic programs, hosted on alternating weeks by Montana Public Radio’s John Myers, and Beth Anne Austein. On the first Tuesday of each month, The Stan Howe show airs as part of the program.
From Appalachian music, bluegrass, and country blues to western music and the work of contemporary singer-songwriters - this weekly show is an eclectic exploration of folk music.