Saturday, October 24, 2009

Bluegrass Show Saturday October 24, 2009

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
The Apples Are Just Turning Ripe - Jim Lauderdale and Ralph Stanley
When the Golden Leaves Begin to Fall - Joe Val
I'll Wander Back Someday - Bill Clifton
Thinking of the Old Days - Stanley Brothers
Levee Breakin' Blues - Greenbriar Boys
At the End of A Long Lonely Day - Greenbriar Boys
Cruel Love - Reno and Smiley
I'm the Biggest Liar in Town - Reno and Smiley
Girl From the North Country - Country Gentlemen

Set 2
Roll On Buddy - Kentuck Colonels
Bill Cheatham - Kentucky Colonels
I'll Wash Your Love from My Heart - Jim and Jesse
Hills of Home - Hazel Dickens
Wild Bill Jones - Dan Tyminski and Union Station
Blue and Lonesome - Allison Krauss and Union Station
Midnight Moonlight - Old and In the Way
Gotta Travel On - Flatt and Scruggs

Set 3
Tomorrow Is A Long Time - Seldom Scene
Pray the Clouds Away - Jimmy Martin
River Bottom - Country Gentlemen
Have A Feast Here Tonight - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Paddy on the Turnpike - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Saturday Night - Bill Clifton
I Know You're Married - Reno and Smiley
Meet Me By the Moonlight Alone - Carter Family
Worried Man Blues - Ralph Stanley

Set 4
The Fields Have Turned Brown - Ralph Stanley
Christian Life - Red Allen and Frank Wakefield
A Distant Land to Roam - Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard
I'll See You Tonight in My Dreams - Jim and Jesse
Big Rock Candy Mountain - John Hartford
Leavin' Harlan - Seldom Scene
Rockin Alone In An Old Rockin Chair - Joe Val
Hen Scratching Stomp - Reno and Smiley
Saratoga Ride - Frank Wakefield

Set 5
This Morning At Nine - Seldom Scene
Wait A Minute - Seldom Scene
Brakeman's Blues - Bill Monroe
Close By - Bill Monroe
False Hearted Lover's Blues - Ralph Stanley
The Bluegrass Widow - Robert Earl Keen

Set 6
The Front Porch Song - Robert Earl Keen
Copenhagan - Robert Earl Keen
Take Me Back to the Range - Peter Rowan and Don Edwards
Shake or Bake - Kenny Baker
Candy Gal - Kenny Baker
America's Favorite Pastime - Todd Snider

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