My Playlists: Folk 1

This is post #1 in a series of my playlists featuring folk music from many artists and albums available on my web site. I have also included the albums for each of the songs in the playlist for those who want to enjoy more music from a specific artist. And for those who really want to listen to more music available for a certain artist, just click on the artist’s name (in red) above each album.

I hope you enjoy the music as much as I do. Let me know if you like these new playlists as well as any other feedback about what you would like to see and hear on my site. Thanks for visiting, listening, and following.

Folk 1 – 17 songs, 1 hr 5 min



Here are the albums featured in this playlist.

Let’s Be Still by The Head and the Heart (2013) – 13 songs, 53 min


The Call of the Wolf Peach by Pale White Moon (2009) – 9 songs, 27 min


The Animal Years by John Ritter (2006) – 11 songs, 49 min


All the Way from Michigan, not Mars by Rosie Thomas (2010) – 12 songs, 32 min


Double Time by Leon Redbone (1977) – 11 songs, 34 min


Lynn Teeter Flower by Maria Taylor (2007) – 11 songs, 38 min


Pillow Talk by Wild Child (2011) – 15 songs, 56 min


Tim’s House by Kate Walsh (2007) – 10 songs, 40 min


Denali by Emma Hill (2014) – 13 songs, 35 min


We Are The Tide by Blind Pilot (2011) – 10 songs, 38 min


The Here And The Now by Sam & Ruby (2009) – 12 songs, 45 min


Eveningland by Hem (2004) – 16 songs, 53 min


All The Times We Had by Ivan & Alyosha (2013) – 11 songs, 43 min


Songs of Leonard Cohen by Leonard Cohen (1967) – 10 songs, 41 min


The Rip Tide by Beirut (2011) – 9 songs, 33 min


One Moment More by Mindy Smith (2004) -12 songs, 45 min


Vagabond Lullabies by Po’ Girl (2004) -13 songs, 54 min


Photo credit: Spotify (playlist image)

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