Follow That Road

 
1.
Wintertide (Al Petteway)
 
2.
Born A Little Late (The Baby Boomer Song) (Susan Werner)
 
3.
Chase The Buffalo (Pierce Pettis)
 
4.
Hard Day Yesterday (Kristina Olsen)
 
5.
Did You Hear John Hurt? (Tom Paxton & Dave Van Ronk)
 
6.
The Speculator (Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer)
 
7.
Magnolia Street (Buddy Mondlock w/ Jonathan Edwards)
 
8.
Deep Country (Barbara Kessler w/ Jonathan Edwards)
 
9.
These Are The Times (Red Grammer)
 
10.
From My Hands (Frank Christian)
 
11.
Cog In The Wheel (Diane Zeigler)
 
12.
Ashes Of Love (Tom Prasada-Rao)
 
13.
Home (Sally Fingerett w/ Cheryl Wheeler & Jonathan Edwards)
 
14.
Heaven Is Free Tonight (David Buskin & Co)
 
15.
Ramblin' Boy (Tom Paxton & Tsubasa)
 
16.
One Day Closer (Jonathan Edwards)
 
17.
Green Green Rocky Road (Dave Van Ronk)
 
18.
King Of Seventh Avenue (Ellis Paul)
 
19.
If Love Is A Dream (Megon McDonough)
 
20.
The Great Storm Is Over (Bob Franke)
 
21.
Ballad Of A Ballgame (Christine Lavin)
 
22.
Cover Me (Robin Batteau)
 
23.
Flying In The Face Of Mr. Blue (Kate Taylor)
 
24.
Gettin' Up Early (Tom Paxton)
 
25.
Wearing The Time (Susan Graham White)
 
26.
Heart On The Run (Tom Intondi)
 
27.
Follow That Road (Anne Hills)
 
28.
Feel Your Feelings (John Forster)
 
29.
Life Is Hard (Cliff Eberhardt & The Bad Boy Club)
 
30.
Menemsha (Hilary Field)

In September 1993, singer/songwriters from near and far gathered for a three- week retreat on the island of Martha's Vineyard to rest, recuperate from the road, and write. Every Friday and Saturday night, informal concerts at The Wintertide Coffeehouse in Vineyard Haven were taped, as well as spontaneous musical creations that materialized during the week. In all, close to 300 songs were recorded, and it was so difficult choosing which ones to include in an album that we talked Rounder Records into making this project a double album. It was still difficult making the choices, but I think what we have here is a terrific representation of what went on during the retreat. -Christine Lavin

updated: 8 years ago