- Blues & Blues Rock
- Christian: Gospel
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- Classical: Vocal
- Country: Classic Country
- Country: Contemporary Country
- Dance: Disco & Nu Disco
- Dance: House & Techno
- Dance: Reggaeton & Dancehall
- Dubstep & Drum 'n' Bass
- Easy Listening
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- Indie: Indie Folk & Americana
- Indie: Indie Pop
- Indie: Indie Rock
- Int'l: African
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- Jazz: Vocal Jazz
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- Latin: Salsa
- Latin: Tropical
- Nature Sounds
- Pop: Classic Pop
- Pop: Dance Pop
- Pop: Soft Pop
- R&B: Classic R&B
- R&B: Contemporary R&B
- R&B: Soul
- Rap: Classic Mainstream Rap
- Rap: Old School Rap
- Rap: Today's Mainstream Rap
- Rap: Underground & Alternative Rap
- Rock: Classic Alternative & Punk
- Rock: Classic Rock
- Rock: Contemporary Alternative
- Rock: Emo/Pop-Punk
- Rock: Hard Rock
- Rock: Metal
- Rock: Modern Rock
- Rock: Rockabilly
Some of the most influential, memorable and legendary folk songs of all time.
This playlist features comforting folk songs from the '60s to today, replete with warm acoustic guitars and soothing vocal harmonies.
Drawing on influences from traditional folk, psychedelia, and elsewhere, freak folk was born out of the "New Weird America" cultural movement in the mid-2000s. Listen to the sounds inspiring a new generation of hippies and expanding the definition of folk music.
In the '50s and '60s, NYC's Greenwich Village was home to America's folk music revival. With Odetta and Pete Seeger guiding newcomers like Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, the Village proved fertile ground (once again) for seminal bohemian developments.
One of rock journalism's favorite buzzwords comes to life in songs that echo Dylan's various phases lyrically and/or vocally. Explore Bob's influence on his generations of disciples, from the folk-rock era to today's modern troubadours.
Perhaps it's the vast countryside, the towering mountains, or the epic prairies, but Canada has long inspired singer-songwriters to weave gorgeous music with beautiful verse. Enjoy some of our legendary troubadours as well as the new generation who are carrying on the tradition.
Recently popularized by the movie "The Descendants," Hawaiian folk is a soothing style of acoustic folk music featuring slack-key guitar, ukulele, and warm vocal harmonies. Say aloha to traditional Hawaiian folk's best artists, both past and present.
Folk rock was born when bands started using rock instrumentation to play traditional folk music in the 1960s. These are the songs that defined this important development in popular music history.
A collection of warm acoustic songs, handpicked for enjoying the crisp autumn air, fall foliage, and hot apple cider.
Developed by John Fahey and artists on his Takoma Records label, this finger-picking style of guitar playing combines country and blues techniques with neo-classical composition.
Introspective folk-based songs to help you reflect during the fleeting moments of magic hour when the sun has dipped below the horizon but hasn't yet set.
The massive post-war folk revival in Britain emphasized 19th century work songs, including industrial labor songs and sea shanties. Here are the most important recordings of Britian's traditional music movement.
A unique selection of stirring laments, sobering reflections, affecting pleas, and chilling whispers that can depress and uplift concurrently.
From folk-inspired singer-songwriters to the heartland rock of the prairie provinces to the indie scenes of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, we put the Canadian in "Canadian content."
This playlist features mellow indie tunes that provide the perfect soundtrack for working, studying, or just plain old relaxing.
Let the mistakes of last night melt away to the beautiful melodies of these soul-searching songs, from today and years past.
The '60s folkie scene centered on Greenwich Village was a quiet kind of revolution, at least musically, and the best ballads from that era make fine sleepytime companions.