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July 18, 2005: The saddest music in the world, grounded in beauty and David Poe's tunes.
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|Fred Neil||"Farethewell"||The Many Sides of Fred Neil||Collector's Choice|
|B'eirth||"Train to Rome"||B'eirth's Birch Book|
|Pearls Before Swine||"Translucent Carriages"||Balaklava||ESP Disk|
|Bob Dylan with Johnny Cash||"Girl From the North Country"||The Collection, Vol. 4: Nashville Skyline/New Morning/John Wesley Harding [2005 Reissue]||Sony|
|Kenny Rankin||"Pussywillows, Cattails"/ "Catfish"||Silver Morning||Little David|
|Tim Buckley||"Thoughts From Room 109 at The Islander (On Pacific Coast Highway)"||Happy Sad||Elektra|
|Nick Castro & The Poison Tree||"Deep Deep Sea"||Further From Grace||Strange Attractors|
|Ben Allison||"Mantra"||Peace Pipe|
Live performance and conversation with David Poe
Dropping his pure pop-folk stance, Poe drags his fans down a dark, smoky, jazz alley, in reality a very comforting space, on his current album, “Love is Red.” David claims to have set out making what he calls "the saddest record ever made." According to an article In The San Francisco Chronicle, when he’s not in his East Village attic scheming up new songs, Poe has been turning his organizational skills to starting “Live From the Artists' Den,” a revolutionary media company that will connect emerging musicians to new audiences via private concerts. David Poe dropped by WFMU to chat about his many musical lives and to play a few tunes.
|-CD: "Wilderness" [Love is Red]|
|-"Love is Red"|
-"Love Won't Last the Afternoon"
David with volunteer director Scott's sweet canine pal, Marty.
|-CD: "So Beautiful" single radio edit-- available through David's website (Unfortunately, the downloads are not Mac enabled): http://www.davidpoe.com/|
|-CD: "You're the Bomb"|
|Laura Cantrell||"Khaki & Corduroy"||Humming by the Flowering Vine||Matador|
|Vinicius Cantuária||"Procissão"||Horse and Fish||Bar None|
|Magnet||"Nothing Hurts Now"||On Your Side||BMG|
|Kitchen Cynic||"Now's the Time"||Master of the Fuzzy Fadeout||(self released)|
|Sufjan Stevens||"Concerning the UFO Sighting near Highland, Illinois"/ "THE BLACKHAWK WAR, or, How to Demolish an Entire Civilization and Still Feel Good About Yourself in the Morning, or, ..."||Illinois||Asthmatic Kitty|
|Mike Wexler||"Sound in the Mirror"|
|Joseph Spence||"Coming In on a Wing and a Prayer"||Bahamian Guitarist||Arhoolie|
|John Renbourne||"Plainsong"||John Renbourn/Another Monday||Castle|
|Martin Carthy||"Skewbald"||Sweet Wivelsfield||Topic|
|The Knitters||"Rank Stranger"||The Modern Sounds of the Knitters||Zoe|
|Richard Thompson||"Miss Patsy"||Front Parlour Ballads||Cooking Vinyl|
|Tan Sleeve||"Equidistant"||Bad from Both Sides|
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