A discussion about GPS! We all use it everyday, more than we probably even realize. But is it all it’s cracked up to be and will it last? We chat with Pauline Cook, formerly a Coast Guard captain who’s involved with the Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation and Scott Logan, a GPS consultant and expert.
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Tim Eriksen is acclaimed for transforming American tradition with his startling interpretations of old ballads, love songs, shape-note gospel and dance tunes from New England and Southern Appalachia. He combines hair-raising vocals with inventive accompaniment on banjo, fiddle, guitar and bajo sexto – a twelve string Mexican acoustic bass – creating a distinctive hardcore Americana sound that ranges from the bare bones of solo unaccompanied singing on Soul of the January Hills through the stripped-down voice and bajo sexto Christmas album Star in the East to the lush, multi-layered arrangements on Josh Billings Voyage, an album of northern roots American music from the imaginary village of Pumpkintown.