PODCAST #14

This podcast is the fourteenth installment broadcast by Royalton Community Radio in Vermont, a sort of companion soundtrack to Jim's new memoir IN IT FOR THE LONG RUN, his third book about the history of this music. October 21, 2014 141103Newport_Poster Download the whole show here or listen in segments:         PART I A new generation picks up from traditional performers at the Newport Folk Festivals - Ed & Lonnie Young, Bessie Jones, Jim Kweskin and The Jug Band
PLAY Part 1
Jim Kweskin and The Jug Band

Jim Kweskin and The Jug Band

PART II Richard Farina and Eric von Schmidt, influence of Mississippi Fred MacDowell on Geoff Muldaur      
Paul Butterfield, Albert Grossman, Mike Bloomfield

Paul Butterfield, Albert Grossman, Mike Bloomfield

Geoff Muldaur

Geoff  Muldaur

  PART III Men of Constant Sorrow: Roscoe Holcomb, Carter and Ralph Stanley Lightnin' Hopkins, Paul Butterfield's BETTER DAYS The emergence of Cajun classics, the Balfa Bros.    
Lightnin' Hopkins

Lightnin' Hopkins

Roscoe Holcomb, Clarence Ashley

Clarence Ashley, Roscoe Holcomb

Townes Van Zandt, Mimi Lomax, Antoinette Hopkins Charles, and Lightnin' Hopkins. (photo: John Lomax III)

Townes Van Zandt, Mimi Lomax, Antoinette Hopkins Charles, and Lightnin' Hopkins. (photo: John Lomax III)

                             
Except as noted, photos courtesy of Marina Jason's Facebook group:
Folk Music ~ 1960’s through the present
    Playlist #14
14.01 In It For The Long Run Jim Rooney
14.02 Chevrolet Ed & Lonnie Young
14.03 Chevrolet Jim Kweskin & The Jug Band
14.04 Johnny Cuckoo Bessie Jones
14.05 Johnny Cuckoo Richard Farina & Eric von Schmidt
14.06 Drop Down Mama Mississippi Fred MacDowell
14.07 Drop Down Mama Geoff Muldaur
14.08 Frog Went A-Courtin' Almeda Riddle
14.09 Frog Went A-Courtin' Pete Seeger
14.10 Man of Constant Sorrow Roscoe Holcomb
14.11 Man of Constant Sorrow Stanley Bros.
14.12 Back to New Orleans Lightnin' Hopkins
14.13 Baby Please Don't Go Paul Butterfield's Better Days
14.14 Madeleine Dewey & Rodney Balfa
14.15 Newport Waltz Dewey & Rodney Balfa