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Wanda Fischer’s Favorites of 2017

Feb 2, 2018

 

“The Hudson River Sampler’s” Top Twenty-Five of Last Year

 

Note: These are listed in alphabetical order, and not in order of preference. These are a few of the CDs that Wanda particularly liked in 2017. There were so many, but she had to cull down the list to these. Every week, WAMC receives between five and 15 new folk music CDs, so you can get an idea of the volume of new music that comes in annually!

 

  • Matthew Byrne, “Horizon Lines”
  • Meghan Cary, “Sing Louder’
  • Susan Cattaneo, “The Hammer and the Heart”
  • Guy Davis and Fabrizzio Poggi, “Sonny and Brownie’s Last Ride”
  • Friction Farm, “So Many Stars”
  • Tony Furtado, “The Cider House Sessions”
  • Tim Grimm and the Family Band, “A Strainger in His Time”
  • The Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio, “Singin’”
  • Jamcrackers, “Get Crackin’”
  • Joe Jencks, “Poets, Philosophers, Workers and Wanderers”
  • The Jeremiahs, “The Femme Fatale of Maine”
  • Johnsmith, “Ginko”
  • Sean McConnell, “Undone”
  • John McCutcheon, “Trolling for Dreams”
  • Alistair Moock, “Alistair Moock”
  • Zoe Mulford, “Small Brown Birds”
  • Heidi Muller and Bob Webb, “Up Hurricane Creek”
  • Bett Padgett, “At the End of the Day”
  • Charlie Parr, “Dog”
  • Robinson and Rohe, “Hunger”
  • Chris Ronald, “Fragments”
  • Tom Russell, “Songs of Ian and Sylvia”
  • Ron Sowell, “Little Movies”
  • Lindsay Straw, “The Fairest Flower of Womankind”
  • The Wailin’ Jennys, “Fifteen”