Lisa Sandell, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler

Story

 I am joined by Lisa Sandell & Tyrone Cotton and sound rather harsh between these two articulate musicians. In this first  round Lisa starts off with I'll Never Give Up, Tyrone sings A Man Like Me and I take a run at Wake Up the World.

Round 2

16:14
Lisa Sandell, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler

Story

In this round, Lisa talks about how she got started & sings A Bee in My Bonnet. Tyrone talks about his grandfather, Cleveland Williams, does one called Dreams and I play I Heard a Woman Holler.

Round 3

18:18
Lisa Sandell, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler

Story

We talk about influences. Lisa sings All Our Evenings Fly Away Across the Sea. Tyrone sings You Can Always Come Back Home Again. I do I'm So Glad. 

Round 4

18:20
Lisa Sandell, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler

Story

Lisa talks about some poets & writers she likes which leads into a conversation about joining the conversation and then into her song The Color of Rain. Tyrone is in on the conversation too, talks a little about Langston Hughes. Tyrone has set some of Langston's poems to music & plays one of those- Wide River.

Round 5

15:30
Lisa Sandell, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler

Story

Lisa talks about guitars and plays Just a Little Bit All the Time. Tyrone sings Slow Drag Ragtime. I play Keep Your Head Down.

Round 6

16:41
Lisa Sandell, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler

Story

We talk about websites, CDs & gigs. Lisa does Many Miles to Go. Tyrone tells us about his trips to Japan & China and sings one which may be called Shackles in the Railroad Yard or maybe Since the Middle of June. I offer Twenty Five Weeks.

Round 7

13:30
Lisa Sandell, Tyrone Cotton, Jim Needler

Story

And we wrap it up w/ The Sound of a Bell, You Reached Out to Me & It Must Be Love.

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