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eFolkMusic’s New Look

I’m not sure why I looked today, but I just looked at the eFolkMusic home page. The look is different, but the great music continues. They even have some videos of a few of the featured artists.

Volume Six: 106 Song CD/MP3 Sampler

Near the right lower corner of the page, there is information about the newest cd sampler:

All true, and you can have one! Get one of these CD/MP3s delivered 1st class snail-mail when you make a $30 or greater donation – 106 songs from 75 different artists, over SIX HOURS of music.

This is our ‘editor’s pick’ from the exceptional music we promote every day of the year, a great way to sample a unique collection of under-heard songs and artists, plus rare tracks from some of your better known folks including George Winston, Freebo, the Red Clay Ramblers, New Lost City Ramblers, Don Dixon & Marti Jones, Malcolm Holcombe, Mary Z Cox, Ola Belle Reed, on and on. Here’s a complete list of the songs.

Weird Duck is on the New 106 Song CD/MP3 Sampler

How great is that? 🙂 I clicked the link  for the complete list of the songs, and much to my happy surprise, my “Weird Duck” song is there.

List of Songs and Artists on the New eFolkMusic Sampler

Here’s the complete list:

Sampler Six Song List

Sampler 6  —  106 songs, 6.4 hours, 499.2 MB; No downloading needed, just make a tax-deductible donation to this nonprofit and we’ll send you the physical CD with these 106 songs in MP3 format!

Click here to make a donation right now!!!

While You Sleep … Almond Greenway
Blackberry JamAndy May
Sweetest Story Ever ToldAndy May
Beg, Steal or BorrowArt Gomperz Band
Court In Session ... Art Gomperz Band
Advertisements Tell MeThe Bards of Balance
Scorpio and MeBennett Brier
Baby, You’ll Only Do GoodBennett Brier
Sail Away LadiesBethany and Rufus
Death Don’t Have no MercyBethany and Rufus
On the RoadBill Hudson
Boulevard of Broken DreamsBill Hudson
Long Way From Water Bill Jackson
Journey HomeBirdy
John Brown’s DreamBooger Holler String Band
Marmaduke’s HornpipeBooger Holler String Band
The Best YearsBryan Gorsira
SearchingBryan Gorsira
Melancholia .Chris Frank
The Feng Shui SongChristopher Prim
Three Score and TenCircus Envy
Jeanne’s MelodyDan Crace
Máire Bheag ÓDark Patrick
Chaotic (Under Control)Darynyck
I Remember It Well... David Porteous
A Day In The LifeDavid Porteous
Weird Duck Deborah L. Hord
Out of Chaos Came VictoryDonald DePoy (Me & Martha)
Another World...EASE
Carved In StoneEASE
Goodbye Angel… Elisa Di Napoli
When I Am GoneElisa Di Napoli
Bright Red RoadEllsworth
Standing Ovation Freebo
When There’s No Place Like HomeFreebo
OdysseyGeoffrey Hansplant
Swimming To The SunGeoffrey Hansplant
TwentyGeorge Cuthbertson
Time for Love …. George Winston
Burning CoalGhost Of a Dog
Walk Towards the PainGhost of a Dog
I Can’t Settle DownThe Gordons
Blackjack DaveyThe Gordons
Take Care Of My BrotherJ Peter Boles
When They AskJan Hauenstein
Lord FranklinJan Hauenstein
Give In To This LifeJann Klose
MindchangeJason Bennett
Stormy Weather Coming DownJason Bennett
The Landlord (feat. Nels Cline)Jason Heath & The Greedy Souls
Anarchist Girl (feat. Wayne Kramer)Jason Heath & The Greedy Souls
America, Its YouJohn and Rachel Nicholas
People Like UsJohn and Rachel Nicholas
Our TownJohn Lefebvre
Painted PonyJohn Lefebvre
Missing YouJohn Morrison
Hold Me UpJosh Bass
From Is to WasJugalbandi
Oh Baby Lie DownKendel Carson
Cherish the DayKristina Stykos
This I KnowKristina Stykos
If I Bcome RichKyota Sugai
SundaysMaggie Walters
Another Living RoomMaggie Walters
A Bigger PlanMalcolm Holcombe
Blue Martini & Belly DancerMalcolm McKinney
Dead or AliveMartha Ann Brooks
Little Mama Martha Ann Brooks
Trouble Is As Trouble DoesMarti Jones & Don Dixon
John Bowlin’s Groundhog Strut ... Mary Z Cox
Haggard Had It Right McAdoo Perkins
The RiverMcAdoo Perkins
Over the WaterfallMe & Martha
Blues and the HighwayMBIRD (Megan Birdsall)
Spy Hill Jail Mick Daniel and the Raynmen
Born To TryMike Kotulka
Selfish AvenueMike Kotulka
Shake ItMike Whellans
Smiles of Summer LoveMoira Nelson
Crow Black ChickenThe New Lost City Ramblers
Pretty Little MissThe New Lost City Ramblers
Look Down That Lonesome RoadOla Belle Reed
Green Paper Black LinesOrion Walsh
The Last WalkPaul Grimwood
Clouds and Gold ButtonsPaul Grimwood
The Wild FaeryPhil Holland
The New Land/Toda Una Vida Pratie Heads
The North Carolina Toast and Breakdown.….The Red Clay Ramblers
NeighborhoodRick Wales
Pommier, Rideau, PortemateauRobert Lamont
Tantos AnosRojos Calientes
CorazonRojos Calientes
Wishing WellRoosevelt Dime
Come BackRosie and Me
BonfiresRosie and Me
Coon in the CornScott C. Brooks
Blues Concerto for Slide Guitar Scott C. Brooks
Goodbye...Shantel Bolks
Where the Last Tide Runs Sheila K Cameron
Apparition...Steve Palmer
Sweet Escape Sunflower and the Seeds
Things A Man Needs to Say Todd Berry
Together We’ll BeWalt Cronin
Yet I DreamWalt Cronin
Airport GoodbyeJohn Zambricki
Where Was Your Mind?John Zambricki

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Deb’s House Concerts

I Chose

I Chose 


by Ray Boltz

I chose my house, and I chose my car. I chose the strings on this guitar, and I chose to smoke that first cigar. All of these things I chose.

I chose the hat that’s on my head, and the pillows on my bed. And, I chose to eat what I was fed, even though I wanted something else instead. I chose. I chose.

But, I didn’t choose to be born in June, a baby boy with eyes of blue. I didn’t choose the blood in my veins, my hometown, or my last name.  I didn’t choose the way I feel. I know what’s right. I know what’s real. You see, some things are a part of me, and other things I chose.

Well, I chose to kneel and I chose to pray that God would take all the pain away. And, I chose to hide all the doubt and fear. I chose the path that brought me here. I chose. I chose.

But, I didn’t choose to be born in June, a baby boy with eyes of blue. I didn’t choose the blood in my veins, my hometown, or my last name.  I didn’t choose the way I feel. I know what’s right. I know what’s real. You see, some things are a part of me, and other things I chose.

I chose.

Ray Boltz Blog


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“Who Would Jesus Love”


by Ray Boltz

“Who Would Jesus Love”


by Ray Boltz

 I used to wear a bracelet asking “What Would Jesus Do?”

 All my faith and my promises quickly fade from view.

I tried to do my best, but what I did was never enough.

Then, I asked the question, “Who would Jesus love?”

Would He only love the ones who look the same as me?

Would He only offer hope if He saw similarity?

Would He leave the others waiting like a stranger at the gate?

Would He discriminate?

Tell me, who would Jesus love?

Now, I  can build a bridge that can reach from me to you.

Or, I can build a wall instead if I don’t like the view.

‘Cause I make the decision on how to follow through.

I don’t need a bracelet to know what He would do.

Would He only love the ones who look the same as me?

Would He only offer hope if He saw similarity?

Would He leave the others waiting like a stranger at the gate?

Would He discriminate?

Tell me, who would Jesus love?

There is no Jew or Greek. There is no slave or free,

No male or female. He treats us equally.

Do we only love the ones who look the same as me?

Do we only offer hope if He saw similarity?

Do we leave the others waiting like a stranger at the gate?

Do we discriminate?

Tell me, who would Jesus love?

Who would Jesus love?

Ray Boltz Blog


 


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 Deb’s House Concerts

God Knows I Tried

God Knows I Tried by Ray Boltz

When they said I was a sinner, I was struggling with my youth. And, with the hope that God could change me, I believed it was the truth.

I spent my whole life trying to be what they said I should. On the inside I was dying, because I never really could.

God knows I tried. God knows all the pain I kept inside. He’s seen every tear I ever cried. God knows I tried.

I was so good at pretending, just like an actor on the stage. In the end, nobody knew me, only the roles that I portrayed.

I would rather have you hate me knowing who I really am than to try and make you love me being something that I can’t.

God knows I tried. God knows all the pain I kept inside. He’s seen every tear I ever cried. God knows I tried.

And, after all these years of living, I’ve begun to understand. I can try to be like someone else, but it won’t change (no it won’t change, no it won’t change) who I am.

God knows I tried. God knows all the pain I kept inside. He’s seen every tear I ever cried. God knows I tried.

Ray Boltz Blog

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The Swimming Hole 

by Ray Boltz

The Swimming Hole 

by  Ray Boltz

Everybody would stare at him, but he would always be the first one in, like he didn’t know it was always cold in the swimming hole.

He’d come up, and nothing would change. He’d hear them laugh, and nothing would change. It was long ago at the swimming hole.

He was always different. That’s why he became a target for all their hatred and shame.

Then one night on my tv screen I saw his picture staring back at me. The reporter said they found him dead at the swimming hole. His body wrapped in a bloody sheet, the rope still tied to his hands and feet. Yes, he died alone at the swimming hole.

He was always different. That’s why he became a target for all their hatred and shame.

Lately I’ve had this dream at night. I see him standing in the bright sunlight, and I’m all alone at the swimming hole. He watches me taking off my clothes. He watches me as I face the cold. Yes, he’s watching me. He’s watching me. He’s watching me as I’m diving in.

Ray Boltz Blog

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To Be True

To Be True by Ray Boltz

I have stood on stage in concert halls, looking out at faces, trying to please them all.

The longer I stood there, the more that I knew some people will love you, and some never do.

To be true is all that I want to do. To be true is all I can promise you is to be true.

No hidden agendas, no clever disguise, no fiction or fables, and no alibis.

I will open up this heart filled with passion and pain. All I ask before we start is you do the same.

To be true is all that I want to do. To be true is all I can promise you is to be true.

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Valentine’s Day 2010

Here’s wishing you lots of whatever makes you happiest on this day. 🙂

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Words About Love

This is a sermon about love from my favorite ordained minister. 🙂

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