Tom May | Blue Northern

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Blue Northern

by Tom May

Portraits of working folks and travels in the American West and beyond; a sonic landscape of a changing country, by the host/producer of the long running public radio broadcast "River City Folk"
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Blue Northern
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2. October Again
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3. All For the Best
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4. Yonge St., Toronto
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5. Jack London
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6. When his lesson's learned
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7. Ballad of the Horse Brass Pub
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8. Tales of the Phantom Ship
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9. Southwinds/ The Wind and the Whales
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10. Navajo Rug
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11. Vignette
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12. In Without Knockin'
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13. This Time of Year
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Album Notes
This 1990 release by "River City Folk" (syndicated radio program) producer/ well known troubador Tom May is a glorious celebration of travel througout the western United States, from Portland, Oregon Pub, through a snowstorm in Wyoming, to his parents upbringing in depression-era Nebraska.

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