Episode 6 (Back to the Roots: Revisiting Traditional Folk)

Podcast
The Vintage Underground
  • The Vintage Underground (Episode 6)
    90:23
audio
The Vintage Underground 20 (Rock Dandy & The Light-Footed Troubadour: 60s Picks)
audio
The Vintage Underground 19 ( Sublime voices Part 1)
audio
The Vintage Underground 18 ( Wild Spreading Roots: Folk & Songwriter)
audio
The Vintage Underground 17 (Gone To Pot: Obscure Sixties Mixed Bag)
audio
The Vintage Underground 16 (Good 'Ol Boys & Good 'Ol Times: Country/folk from 30s to 70s)
audio
The Vintage Underground 15 (Rare 'Ol Soul 'n Blues In A Library of Good: Can You Dig It?)
audio
The Vintage Underground 14 (Not Everyone Is Dylan: Singer/Songwriters of the Sixties and Seventies)
audio
The Vintage Underground 13 (Travis & The Corncob Scarecrow: An Old Bluesish & Countryish Mixed Bag)
audio
The Vintage Underground 12 (The Vienna Folk Marathon)
audio
The Vintage Underground 11 (Cobblestone Criers: 60s and 70s, Folkish With a Ye Olde Undertone)

Seeing as we haven’t much been covering the traditional aspect of folk since the first show, we thought it might be high time to do so now. Expect lots of obscure records by some incredible artists complete with some background info and history. In the second part of the show, we will be joined by Irish and Austrian duo Peter, Paul and Barry (really, they are a duo) for some fantastic Irish and American music and they will join me for a song to see the show out. Playlist to follow broadcast.

Playlist:

Terry Callier-Johnny Be Gay If You Can Be
Cyril Tawney-Chicken on a Raft
Folkdove-The Wind and Rain
Luke Kelly-Dainty Davy
Anne Briggs-Blackwaterside
Matt McGinn-The Rolling Hills O’ The Border
Martyn Wyndham-Read-Over The Hills
Bert Lloyd-The Derby Ram
Alan Lomax-All the Pretty Little Horses
Danny Spooner-Culler Herrin’

Guest picks:
Hickory Wind-Red Rocking Chair
John Martyn-May You Never

Live songs:
Waterbound-Peter,Paul and Barry
The Mad Lady and Me-Peter, Paul and Barry
The Mountains of Mourne-Boxer John with Peter,Paul and Barry

Leave a Comment