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Long before there were musical intruments, the voice was all one needed to convey a melody. This week and next, we'll be sending the band home and listening to the simple unaccompanied voice. We’ll hear songs from Windborne, Finest Kind, Elizabeth LaPrelle Stan Rogers, Michael Cooney and many more. Celebrating vox humana … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.

Episode #20-38: Send the Band Home, Pt. 1
Host: Tom Druckenmiller

Artist/”Song”/CD/Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
Chanticleer / “Soar Away” / Our American Journey / Teldec
Finest Kind / “A Sailor's Life” / Heart's Delight / Fallen Angle
Elizabeth LaPrelle / “Pretty Saro” / Lizard in the Spring / Old 97 Wrecords
Stan Rogers / “Northwest Passage” / Northwest Fassage / Fogarty's Cove

Trio Mediaeval / “In My Restless, Youthful Days” / Folk Songs / ECM
John Roberts & Tony Barrand / “The Rolling Mills of New Jersey” / Live at Holsteins / Golden Hind
John Roberts & Debra Cowan / “Drive Dull Care Away” / Ballads Long & Short / Golden Hind
Chanticleer / “David's Lamentation” / Our American Journey / Teldec

Windborne / “Song of the Lower Classes” / Song on the Times / Self Produced
Chanticleer / “Byrd-Ave Regina caelorum” / Music for a Hidden Chapel / Harmonia Mundi
Michael Cooney / “Hamlet” / Together Again / Cove Haven

The Dicey Doh Singers / “Sloop John B” / Classic Maritime Music / Smithsonian Folkways
Moving Star Hall Singers / “Ask the Watchman How Long” / Been in the Storm So Long / Smithsonian Folkways
Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers / “Shout and Sing” / The Colored Sacred Harp / New World Records
Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways