Freight Train Boogie Podcast #108

FTB podcast #108 is a special show featuring artists who recently played at the International Folk Alliance Conference in Memphis, TN.  The full playlist is posted below.  Check the artist’s websites and order their CD’s or downloads.  A few of these songs are unreleased or are only available from the artists.  Please email me with any questions or suggestions for the podcasts.  Here’s the iTunes link to subscribe to the FTB podcasts.  Here’s the direct link to listen now!  And this is the RSS feed for non-iTunes listeners:

Show #108, Folk Alliance Special

ELEPHANT REVIVAL – Lexington Break in the Clouds (intro bed)
NEW COUNTRY REHAB – Angel of Death
LAIL ARAD – Reminds Me Of You Someone NEW
MATT THE ELECTRICIAN – Middle of a Little Country Road The Best of Times: Texas artists performing the music of Sara Hickman
RED JUNE – A Quiet Mind Remember Me Well
(mic break)
RACHAEL HARRINGTON – Little Pink Celilo Falls
ROD PICOTT & AMANDA SHIRES – Little Darlin Sew Your Heart With Wires
POKEY LaFARGE – Plain Old Country Lad A Frowning World : An E.C. Ball Memorial Album
ROOSEVELT DIME – Diggin’ Song Steamboat Soul
(mic break)
THE BARN BIRDS –  Desert Rose (Jonathan Byrd & Chris Kokesh)
THE WILDERNESS OF MANITOBA – Hardship Acres You Left the Fire
MISS TESS –  I Don’t Need That Man Miss Tess & The Bon Ton Parade
DAVID MYLES – When It Comes My Turn Live at the Carlton
HOT CLUB OF COWTOWN –  Time Changes Everything What Makes Bob Holler
(mic break)
PETER COOPER – The Champion Of The World The Lloyd Green Album

(Feb. 25th, 2011)
Bill Frater
Freight Train Boogie
Americana Boogie

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2 Responses to Freight Train Boogie Podcast #108

  1. Pingback: Americana Music Releases for the week of March 1st, 2011 « Americana Boogie

  2. Peter Mumford says:

    Great show, site and music. How about a POGUES / DUBLINERS tribute show?
    St. Paddys day this month. Keep up the good work.

    Thanks. Peter.

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