16 June 2020 What shaped the revolution playlist (part 1)

Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator) from The Revelator (2001 Acony Records)


Eagles My Man from On The Border (1974 Asylum Records)

Jackson Browne Before the deluge from Late for the sky (1974 Elektra/Asylum)


Steely Dan Rose darling from Katy Lied (1975 Universal Records)

Boz Scaggs Sail on white moon from Slow Dancer (1974 Sony Records)


Kathleen Edwards Hockey Skates from Failer (2003 Rounder Records)


Ani Di Franco You Had Time from Out of range (1994 Righteous Babe Records)


Show of Hands Are We Alright from Cold Frontier (2001 Hands On Music)


Joseph, Robinson and Knightley Killing fields from Faith Folk and Anarchy

Martyn Joseph Cardiff Bay from Thunder and rainbows (The best we could find) (2001 Pipe Records)


Oi Va Voi (featuring KT Tunstall) Yesterday’s mistakes from Laughter through tears (2003 Outcaste Records)


Joni Mitchell Impossible dreamer from Dog Eat Dog (1985 Geffen Records)


Nanci Griffith It’s a hard life wherever you go from Storms (1989 Universal Records)


Iris De Ment Wasteland of the free from The way I should (1996 Yep Roc Records)


The Indigo Girls Closer to fine from Indigo Girls (1989 Sony Records)


10,000 Maniacs Trouble Me from Blind Man’s Zoo (Elektra Records)

Randy Newman Louisiana 1927 from Good old boys (1974 Warner Records)


Paul Simon The late great Johnny Ace from Hearts and Bones (1983 Sony Records)


Crosby Stills and Nash Wasted on the way from Daylight Again (1982 Atlantic Records)


Bob Dylan Tangled up in blue from Blood on the tracks (1974 Sony Records)


Peter Bruntnell You won’t find me from Normal for Bridgewater (2001 Rykodisc)


Author: Adam Wilson

I'm a radio presenter with a taste for folk, americana, alt-country, world and blues. I broadcast a fortnightly long running show called The Quiet Revolution on HFM Radio, the local community radio station for Market Harborough, South Leicestershire and North Northamptonshire in the UK East Midlands. You can also listen to the show on 102.3 FM if you live in our transmission area, through your smart speaker and via the HFM Radio and Tune In Radio apps or online at www.harboroughfm.co.uk

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