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The Bonnie Simmons Show - January 30, 2014 at 8:00pm

The Bonnie Simmons Show, for January 30, 2014 - 8:00pm

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four topscant help myselfgrt hitsmotown
donny hathawayvoices everything is everything everything is everything atco
los lobos when the circus comes another band from east laslash
the band when i paint my masterpiece cahootscapital
gillian welch 6 white horses the harrow and the harvest acony
david olneybirds migrationloudhouse
van morrisonflamingos fly philosophers stone polydor
birds of chicago before she goes birds of chicago BOC
Rosanne Cashfeathers not a bird te river and the thread epic
beatles and your bird can sing revolverapple
pete seeger turn turn turn grt hits columbia
pete seeger RIPif i had a hammer live in 65appleseed
pete seeger talkin uniongrt hits columbia
byrds turn turn turn grt hits columbia
bob dylan hard rains a gonna fall the freewheelin bob dylancolumbia
jefferson airplane bday marty balincome up the years 2400 fulton strca
billie jo and norah jones whos gonna shoe your pretty little feetforeverlywarner bros
jesse winchesterthats what makes you strongxxxxxxbearsville
tom waits hold onmule variations anti
dionrunaround sue top hits of the 60s laurie
sarah lee guthrie and johnny irionfar away bright examples xxxx
lucinda williams car wheels on a gravel road car wheels on a gravel road mercury
steve earle and del mccoury - bday delcarrie brown the train E
avett bros laundry roomi and love and youramseur
oscar isaac and marcus mumfordfare thee well insiede llewyn davis col.
ray charlesgeorgiaray charles boxatlantic
bettye lavettemaybe im amazedinterpretationsanti
mark knopflerseattleprivateeringwarner bros


For some reason that I never

For some reason that I never understood, the song you call Fare Thee Well is originally known by the name The Dink's Song. I learned that forty years ago and never forgot. I see now that Wikipedia even has an entry under Dink's Song. It says there that John Lomax recorded it in 1908 from an African American woman named Dink.

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