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This week on the show we continue to offer a remedy for all the negativity in the daily news. Once again the program features humorous songs with very little political content. We feature music from Dave Van Ronk, John Hartford, Robin & Linda Williams, Lou and Peter Berryman, Willie Nelson and many more. So, once again, turn off the TV, put down your cell phone and newspaper and have a laugh ... compliments of The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.

Episode #19-23: Humor in Difficult Times Pt.2
Host: Tom Druckenmiller

Artist/”Song”/CD/Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
Peter Ostroushko / “Rumba de los Holsteins” / Presents the Mando Boys / Red House
Dave Van Ronk / “Georgie and the IRT” / Down in Washington Square / Smithsonian Folkways
Bill and the Belles / “Preacher and the Bear” / Dreamsongs, Etc. / Jalopy
Willie Nelson / “Still Not Dead” / God's Problem Child / Legacy
Old Man Luedecke / “Sardine Song” / Easy Money / True North

Bill Morrissey & Greg Brown / “Fishing with Bill” / Friend of Mine / Philo
Tim O'Brien and the O'Boys / “Farmer's Cursed Wife” / Oh Boy! Oh Boy! / Sugar Hill
BKO / “Berkeley” / Moon Over Mendocino / Mill Gulch
The Chicken Chokers / “Lookin for Money” / Chokers and Flikes / Rounder
Peter Ostroushko / “Mando Boys War Hymn” / Presents the Mando Boys / Red House

John Hartford / “Old Joe Clark” / Morning Bugle / Rounder
John Hartford / “Don't Leave Your Records in the Sun” / Mark Twang / Rounder
The John Hartford Stringband / “She's Gone (And Bob's Gone With Her)” / Memories of John / Compass
Lou and Peter Berryman / “Ketchup Wasn't Red” / The Universe in 14 Examples / Cornbelt
Robin & Linda Williams / “Marvin & Mavis Medley” / Radio Songs / Red House
Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways