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Playlist Nov 27 2011 barb

– wmw opener
Ann Reed – Leap Of Faith
Deidre McCalla – Happy To Be On The Planet
The Puppini Sisters – Get Happy
Betty Wright – Old Songs
Emmy The Great – Iris
Mary J. Blige – Love A Woman
Ellie Goulding – Your Song – Live At Amoeba Music
Tegan And Sara – Sentimental Tune – Live
Sara Evans – Born To Fly (Bluegrass Version)
Kate & Anna McGarrigle – Little Boxes (Petites Boites)
Urselle – Purple Rain
Antigone Rising – Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring
The Pretenders – She
David Crosby – Return Of The Grevous Angel
Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings – This Land Is Your Land
Sheryl Crow – All Kinds Of People
Sarah Jessica Parker – The Nothingest Girl In The World
Ann Reed – This Year I Sing
Susie Glaze – Healing Waters
Roseanna Vitro – Them That’s Got
Kathryn Calder – New Frame of Mind
k.d. lang – Sunday
Emily Barker – Serendipity
Kate & Anna McGarrigle – Dancer with Bruised Knees
Teresa Trull – Getting Some Fun Out Of Life
Pistol Annies – Housewife’s Prayer
Patty Griffin – Heavenly Day
Tori Amos – Seven Sisters
Florence + The Machine – Heartlines
Robyn – Eclipse
Indigo Girls – Able to Sing
Natalia Aleykina – Innocence (co-written With Brian May)
Meg Christian/Cris Williamson – come hell or high water
Kate Bush – Misty
Jessie J – Stand Up
Pamela Staron – Fairies Wear Boots II
Sophie B. Hawkins – Sweetsexywoman
Fiona Boyes – Grandma’s Advice
Maria Muldaur – Don’t Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down

RIP Anne McCaffrey (April 1926-November 2011)

Science fiction author Anne McCaffrey dies at 85.

November 20, 2011 Playlist Host: Abby

 

Sunny Sweeney “The Old Me” from Concrete
Alanis Morissette “Unsent” from Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie
Matraca Berg “You and Tequila” from The Dreaming Fields
Kasey Chambers “Little Bird” from Little Bird
Elizabeth Cook “El Camino” from Welder
Julia Sweeney “Starbucks” from God Said Ha!
Julie Andrews & Carol Burnett “You’re So London” from Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall
Connie Francis “Among My Souveniers” from Absolutely the Best
Laura Cantrell “Amigo’s Guitar” from Kitty Wells Dresses – Songs of the Queen of Country Music
Lucy Billings “Rear View Mirror” from No Other Road
Missouri Mile “All Talk” from That’s What I Do
Julie Brown “I Like ‘Em Big and Stupid” from Trapped In the Body of a White Girl
Laura Marling “The Beast” from A Creature I Don’t Know
Zee Avi “MADNESS” from Ghostbird
Antigone Rising “Pink Sunglasses” from 23 Red
Antigone Rising “She’s Not Innocent” from From The Ground Up
Antigone Rising “Rock ‘N’ Roll” from Antigone Rising’s Traveling Circus
Patti Smith “Summer Cannibals” from Gone Again
Stevie Nicks “New Orleans” from In Your Dreams
Indigo Girls “Share The Moon” from Beauty Queen Sister(Deluxe Version)
Roseanna Vitro “Mama Told Me Not To Come” from The Music Of Randy Newman
Susie Glaze “Maggie Bailey” from Green Kentucky Blues
Yvette Landry “Down Home Blues” from Should Have Known
Rory Block “Woke Up This Morning” from Shake ‘Em On Down: A Tribute to Mississippi Fred McDowell
Diunna Greenleaf “I Got A Notion To Leave” from Trying To Hold On
Sena Ehrhardt Band “MY BAD” from Leave the Light On
Mary Flower “Death Letter Blues” from Misery Loves Company
Roseanne Cash “September When It Comes” from Rules of Travel

Fan Mail!

Marcia Sloane,cellist and composer, has graciously sent me a thank-you letter dated November 6, 2011. She writes:

Dear Abby,

I’ve just checked in at the spinitron website and discovered that you played Douce Pluie and The Bride from my CD Skyward on two of your shows in October. Thanks so much. I was thrilled to be on the same playlists with Eva Cassidy and Loreena Mckennitt. Just today I was brought to tears listening to Eva singing Fields of Gold. It means so much to me that you shared my music with your listeners.

Thank you and best wishes,

Marcia Sloane

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Marcia- it is I who thank you. The ability to compose,perform, and interpret music are all amazing talents. Music like yours and that of many other women is the reason for the existence of Womyn Making Waves. Voices and performances of beauty, activism, outrage, joy, sadness and warning can all be found within the realm of music, which includes ideas that might not be heard otherwise. I thank you for your lovely note and it is good to know people out there, including the artists I play, are listening!

Abby,
Member of WMW Collective

Playlist November 13, 2011 Host: Abby

Matraca Berg “Your husband’s cheating on us” from The Dreaming Fields
Kayla Taylor “WHERE or WHEN” from You’d be Surprised
Lucy Billings “My Caballo” from No Other Road
Mary Flower “Recession Rag” from Misery Loves Company
Missouri Mile “I Am A Song” from That’s What I Do
Susie Glaze “Green Kentucky Blues”
Jane Eaman “The Door Is Open” from Caught in Time
Jackie Morris “Our Town Said No” from Tell Me A Story
K.D. Lang “Trail of Broken Hearts” from Absolute Torch and Twang
Laura Cantrell “Kitty Wells Dresses” from Kitty Wells Dresses – Songs of the Queen of Country Music
Indigo Girls “Everything In Its Own Time” from Beauty Queen Sister(Deluxe Version)
Diunna Greenleaf “Beautiful Hat” from Trying To Hold On ]
Rory Block “The Breadline” from Shake ‘Em On Down: A Tribute to Mississippi Fred McDowell
Sophie Milman “No More Blues” from In The Moonlight
Barbra Streisand “What Matters Most” from What Matters Most
Roseanna Vitro “Last Night I Had a Dream” from The Music Of Randy Newman
Cynthia MacLeod “WASHINGTON SQUARE PARK” from Riddle
Kathy Sparling “Embroidery” from As You Believed
Zee Avi “Milestone Moon” from Ghostbird
Kelly Rowland “I’m Dat Chick” from Here I Am
Amy Winehouse “CHERRY” from Frank
Imelda May “Tainted Love” from Mayhem
Kasey Chambers “Little Bird”
Carolina Chocolate Drops “Wayward Gal” from Heritage
Sierra Hull “Bombshell” from Daybreak
Lydia Adams Davis “Shake N’ Bake” from Gift of Story
Lindi Ortega “I’m No Elvis Presley” from Little Red Boots
Lauren Sheehan “Louie’s Blues (feat. Dean Mueller & Terry Robb)” from Rose City Ramble
Sena Ehrhardt Band “On The Clock” from Leave the Light On
Mad Agnes “After the Music” from Hush

a visual playlist

Playlist November 6 2011 host barb

Kirsty MacColl – You Just Haven’t Earned It Yet Baby (She’s Having A Baby Soundtrack Version) The Collection
Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me The Boat that Rocked
Dory Previn – When A Man Wants A Woman (Live At Carnegie Hall) Live at Carnegie Hall
Kimya Dawson – Velvet Rabbit My Cute Fiend  Sweet Princess
Amy Winehouse – Valerie – Live, BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, London/2007 Frank & Back to Black
Rachael Sage – Unbeauty Outmusic
Sarah Jaffe – The Way Sound Leaves A Room – Demo The Way Sound Leaves a Room
Marissa Nadler – The Sun Always Reminds Me Of You Marissa Nadler
Carole King – Tapestry (Live) Tapestry
Dotschy Reinhardt – Suni Suni
The Cambodian Space Project – Snaeha Doc Toek Kmom (Love Like Honey) 2011:A Space Odessy
Salt-N-Pepa – Push It Best of Salt-N-Pepa
Joan Baez – No Expectations The First 10 Years
Marla Mase – New Cell Phone Speak
Minnie Ripperton – Memory Band Minnie Ripperton:Legends
Cat Power – Maybe Not You Are Free
Jill Sobule – Love Is Never Equal Happy Town
Strawberry Switchblade – Jolene Strawberry Switchblade
Lauren Sheehan – In The Wee Midnight Hours Rose City Ramble
Heather Bishop – I’m A Woman A Tribute to Peggy Lee
Carrie Newcomer – Holy as a Day is Spent The Gathering of Spirits
Marina and The Diamonds – Girls The Family Jewels
Laura Marling – Ghosts Alas I Cannot Swim
Nina Simone – Four Women To Be Free:The Nina Simone Story
Jenny Owen Youngs – First Person Transmitter Failure
Emily Barker – Disappear Despite the Snow
Emmylou Harris – Darlin’ Kate Hard Bargain
Dory Previn – Children of Coincidence We’re Children of Coincidence and Harpo Marks
Kimya Dawson – Chemistry My Cute Fiend  Sweet Princess
Beth Orton – Buckets Of Rain Heart of Soul
Goapele – Break Of Dawn Break of Dawn
Suzanne Vega – Blood Makes Noise Close Up-Volume 3
Patti Smith – Because The Night – Digitally Remastered: 1996 Outside Society
Ingrid Michaelson – Be OK Be OK
Talitha Claypool Nelson – Ballad of a Female Shanty Singer Fastfolk Musical Magazine v.3 no.4