First there was Tin Pan Alley, then the Brill Building, and then New York City began producing another kind of song. As folk musicians evolved into singer/songwriters, there were New Yorkers who gave their music a distinctive touch. Some, like Janis Ian and Laura Nyro, were precocious upper-west-side girls who were particularly eloquent and musical. Down in Greenwich Village, Dave Van Ronk and Fred Neil developed their rousing and touching songs, and duos Jim & Jean and Bunky & Jake honed their different styles. Host David Garland presents songs (including some out-of-print gems) by all these musicians and others, for an hour of songs that will be nostalgic for some listeners, and just plain great for the rest.