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Nov. 17th: "You wrote a bad song, Petey!"

Nov 20, 2013

Our hosts reunite for another fine folksy morning, featuring songs by Lefty Frizzell, The Decemberists, and William Within

This Sunday, Halley and Ross hosted the show together once again! Two weeks can feel like a long time in this regard. We made up for it by sharing some great songs new and old and abundant in death and murder related themes! Let's get right into that, shall we? (As with last week's post linking to any songs available for download online, we'll now try to give you links directly to those right from the playlist below)

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William Within - "Gone for a Drive" (William Within) [Local, very handsome, currently at work on a new album!]
My Morning Jacket - "Golden" (It Still Moves)
Waters - "Alive At Last" (In Trees)
Arborea - "Seadrift" (Arborea)

Melcena Smith and Elias Fazer - "The Butcher Boy" (Under the Coconut Tree - Music from Grand Cayman and Tortola)
The Decemberists - "Eli, The Barrow Boy" (Picaresque)
Mance Lipscomb - "Ella Speed" (Essential Blues Collection)
Megafaun - "Kaufman's Ballad" (It's a Crammed, Crammed World)

The Avett Brothers - "November Blue" (Country Was)
Kind of Like Spitting - "Draft Dodger Rag" (Learn: The Songs of Phil Ochs)
Joni Mitchell - "A Case Of You" (Blue) [see also: James Blake's phenomenal cover (he played First Avenue on Friday!)]
The Dirt Daubers - "Wake Up, Sinners!" (Wake Up Sinners)

Lefty Frizzell - "The Long Black Veil" (16 Biggest Hits)
Dolly Parton - "The Bridge" (Just Because I'm a Woman)
Grateful Dead - "To Lay Me Down (American Beauty Outtake, 1970)" (So Many Roads (1965-1995))
Frank Hutchison - "K.C. Blues" (Archive)

Madeline - "Good Houses" (The Slow Bang)
Dock Boggs - "Danville Girl" (Banjo 1901-1956 : An American Five-String History)
Kings of Convenience - "Renegade" (Declaration of Dependence)
John Lennon - "Look at Me" (The Royal Tenenbaums)

Ted Hawkins - "There Stands The Glass" (The Next Hundred Years)
The Johnson Mountain Boys - "Blue Diamond Mines" (Blue Diamond)
Hann Cassady - "Smoke Break" (Love Bites)
Neutral Milk Hotel - "In The Aeroplane Over The Sea" (In The Aeroplane Over The Sea)

Graveyard Train - "The Ferryman" (The Drink, the Devil and the Dance)
Burl Ives - "Paw Paw Patch" (#1 Folk Album Ever!)

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As you're probably curious, the title of this week's post comes from the Fantastic Mr. Fox, as Ross has selected folk tracks from Wes Anderson soundtracks for the last two weeks and this lead to the two of us reenacting this scene live on-air, basically. Here's the scene in question:

That's all we have for you this week but remember to stay in touch by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter!

ONE FINAL NOTE THO:
This coming sunday (the 24th of November) will be a PRERECORDED episode so we'll make the post ahead of time so y'all won't miss out on any vital folk info (said PRERECORD is taking the shape of a greatest hits / favorite folk songs episode so we hope y'all will enjoy it!)