Saturday, October 3, 2009

Bluegrass Show October 3, 2009

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
When the Golden Leaves Begin to Fall - Joe Val
The Fields Have Turned Brown - Ralph Stanley
Do You Call That Religion? - New Lost City Ramblers
Mountain Church - Reno and Smiley
Wild Horses - Old and In the Way
Birdie - JP and Annadeene Fraley
I Live the Life of Riley - Lester Flatt
Bottle of Wine - Leroy Troy

Set 2
Stringbean amd His Banjo - Stringbean
Herding Cattle - Stringbean
Wake Up Little Betty - Stringbean
Polly -Stringbean
Birdie - Stringbean
Don't Bob Your Hair Girls - Stringbean
Forgetting to Forget You - Stringbean
Barnyard Banjo Pickin - Stringbean
Opry Time in Tennessee - Stringbean
Stringbean's A-Fishin' - Stringbean
Banjo Convention - Stringbean

Set 3
Lorena - John Hartford
Singin' All Day and Dinner on the Ground - Jimmy Martin
Drink Your Glasses Dry - Bill Clifton
Buddies in the Saddle - Carter Family
Take My Ring From Your Finger - Osborne Brothers
Summertime Is Past and Gone - Red Allen
Home In Louisiana - Country Gentlemen
East Virginia Blues - Bray Brothers and Red Cravens
Prayer of A Truck Driver's Son - Stanley Brothers

Set 4
Keep On The Firing Line - Ralph Stanley
On the Road from Appomattox - Southern Rail
Ownself Blues - Frank Wakefield
Saratoga Ride - Frank Wakefield
Have Mercy - Steep Canyon Rangers
Extra Special - Buddy Merriam
Red Hen - Red Hen
Joshua Fought The Battle of Jericho - Jane Rothfield

Set 5
Rockin' Alone In An Old Rockin Chair - Joe Val
Banks of the Ohio - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Coal Tatoo - Hazel Dickens
Black Lung - Hazel Dickens
They'll Never Keep Us Down - Hazel Dickens

Set 6
The Weathered Old Caboose Behind the Train - Norman Blake
Forty Years Old And I'm Livin In My Mom's Garage - Austin Lounge Lizards
Get Up John - Bill Monroe
Listening to the Rain - White Mountain Bluegrass
Grandfather Clock - Doc Watson
Mississippi Sawyer - JE Mainer's Mountaineers
Bluegrass Boy - Peter Rowan
How Mountain Girls Can Love - Tony Rice
This Morning At Nine - Tony Rice

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