Saturday, February 7, 2009

Bluegrass PLaylist February 7, 2009

1st Set
New Camptown Races - Fran Wakefield (intro)
Girl in the Blue Velvet Band - Bill Monroe (live)
Whitewater - Bluegrass Sessions (live)
Working Man's Blues - Acoustic Blue
Jack Dringo - Knob Lick Upper 10,000
Tennessee - Jimmy Martin Tribute (JD Crowe)
Vasser's Fiddle Rag - Old and in the Gray
Banks of the Ohio - Frank Wakefield
That's History - Free Range Pickin'
Sourwood Mountain - Rafe Stefanini (background music)

2nd Set
Raised by a Railroad Line - Seldom Scene
Breaking New Ground - Seldom Scene
If You Ever Changed Your Mind - Seldom Scene
Dont Bother With White Satin - Seldom Scene
The Promise - Jimbo Waleym (local song - written by Mike Tirella)
The Road is a Lover - Allison Krauss and Union Station
Nine Pounf Hammer - Kentuck Colonels
Waiting for the Robert E Lee - Will Keys
Elhorn Riodge - Lonesome Sisters
Banjo Boy Chimes - Dan Paisley and Southern Grass
Greasy Wagon - Jeremy Stephens (background music)

3rd Set
Hang My Hat #1 - Hunger Mountain Boys
Hacksaw - Hunger Mountain Boys
I Dont Want Your Ramblin Letters - Hunger Mountain Boys
Brakeman's Blues - Bill Monroe (live)
I Have Lived Alot In My Time - Bill Monroe (live)
Mystery Train - Crooked Jades
Deep River Blues - Doc Watson and Tony Rice
Purple Heart - Red Allen
The Old Cross Road - Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen
Family Business - Dyer Switch Band
Little Liza - Rafe Sefanini (back ground music)

4th Set
Flannery's Dream - John Hartford
Grandmammy Look at Uncle Sam - John Hartford
The Squirrel Hunters - John Hartford
Fiddler's Roll Call>Down Yonder - Bill Monroe (live)
Swing Low Sweet Chariot - Bill Monroe (live)
Bully - Cabin Fever Band
Love of the Mountains - Arnet Gutshall
Hogeyed Man - Rafe Stefanini (background music)

5th Set
The Country Blues - Dock Boggs
Hard Luck in Heaven - Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands (Scott Huffman vocals)
What Made Milwaukee Famous - Del McCoury Band
Ophelia - Gibson Brothers
One Step Closer to the Grave - Gibson Brothers


6th Set
Dont Forget the Coffee Billy Joe - Gibson Brothers
The Barn Song - The Gibson Brothers
The Cold Hard Facts of Life - Bill Anderson
Lincoln's Funeral Train - Norman Blake and Tony Rice
Dim Lights and Thick Smoke - Rick Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder

Outro - Black Mountain Rag - Allison Krauss and Union Station
Will the Circle be Unbroken - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Maybelle Carter, Roy Acuff, Jimmy Martin and Doc Watson

1 comment:

  1. I forgot to add the song Sail Away Ladies by Riley Baugus to the playlist. It was the song played after Rick Skaggs near the end of the show.