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On this week’s show we conclude our two-part feature on psychedelic influences on folk music. We’ll continue with classic music from Pearls Before Swine, The Incredible String Band, The Grateful Dead, Peter, Paul and Mary and new music from Lankum, Anna & Elizabeth and Cinder Well. Psychedelic, man … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.

Episode #20-32: Psych Folk, Pt.2
Host: Tom Druckenmiller

Artist/”Song”/CD/Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
John Fahey / “Night Train to Valhalla” / The Thousand Incarnations of the Rose / Craft
Lankum / “What Will We Do When We Have No Money” / Between Earth and Sky / Rough Trade
The Young Tradition / “Idumea” / Oberlin 1968 / Wing & A Prayer
Anna & Elizabeth / “By the Shore” / The Invisible Comes to Us / Smithsonian Folkways

Pearls Before Swine / “The Jeweler” / The Use of Ashes / Floating World
The Incredible String Band / “A Very Cellular Song” / Live at the Fillmore 1968 / Hux
Leo Kottke / “The Ice Miner” / The Thousand Incarnations of the Rose / Craft

The Grateful Dead / “Going Down the Road Feeling Bad” / Ladies and Gentlemen The Grateful Dead Fillmore East New York City April 1971 / Rhino
The Byrds / “Going Back” / The Notorious Byrd Brothers / Columbia
The Horseflies / “Late for the Dance” / In the Dance Tent / Live and Kickin'
Cinder Well / “Queen of the Earth, Child of the Skies” / No Summer / Free Dirt
Peter Paul & Mary / “Love City (Postcards to Duluth)” / Late Again / Warner Brothers
Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways