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31/10/2012

Mike presents an hour of the very best in folk, roots and acoustic music including an interview with the Grammy Award-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops.

Mike Harding presents an hour of the very best in folk, roots and acoustic music including news from the world of folk and the latest album releases.

This week, Mike talks to the Carolina Chocolate Drops about their latest album. The trio, based in Durham, North Carolina, formed in 2005 and are one of very few active bands in the African American string band tradition. Their album Genuine Negro Jig won a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Album in 2011.

57 minutes

Last on

Wed 31 Oct 2012 19:00

Music Played

  • Mimi & Richard Fariña

    Hard Lovin' Loser

    • Reflections in a Crystal Wind.
    • Vanguard 79204.
  • Martyn Joseph

    Feels Like This

    • Songs for the Coming Home.
    • Pipe PRCD022.
  • Maddy Prior with Hannah James & Giles Lewin

    Lock The Door Larriston

    • 3 For Joy.
    • Park PRKCD123.
  • Lucy Pringle & Chris Wright

    Rose Song

    • The Speaking Heart.
    • Mondegreen Music MONDCD01.
  • Calum Stewart & Lauren MacColl

    Crow Road Croft

    • Wooden Flute & Fiddle.
    • Make Believe MBR3CD.
  • Carolina Chocolate Drops

    Boodle-De-Bum-Bum

    • Leaving Eden.
    • Nonesuch 7559-79627-1.
  • Carolina Chocolate Drops

    Pretty Bird

    • Leaving Eden.
    • Nonesuch 7559-79627-1.
  • Carolina Chocolate Drops

    Country Girl

    • Leaving Eden.
    • Nonesuch 7559-79627-1.
  • The Demon Barbers

    Pound A Week Rise

    • Captain Ward.
    • Demon Barbers DBS003.
  • Michelle Mulcahy

    The Battering Ram/ Winnie Hayes'/ The Cordial Jig

    • Suaihneas.
    • Copperplate/ Independ CICD189.
  • Steve Tilston

    Oil & Water

    • The Reckoning.
    • Hubris Records HUB 006.

Broadcast

  • Wed 31 Oct 2012 19:00