Saturday, November 21, 2009

Bluegrass Show November 21, 2009

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
Down the Dixie Line - LeRoy Troy
East Virginia Blues - Art Stamper
Summertime Is Past and Gone - Bill Monroe
Freeborn Man - Jimmy Martin
Fox Chase - Tony Trishka
Old Salty Dog Blues - Flatt and Scruggs
Bully of the Town - Bryan Sutton

Set 2
House of the Rising Sun>Walk Don't Run - Seldom Scene
Timber I'm Falling - White Mountain Bluegrass
Grandmammay Look At Uncle Sam - John Hartford
Hills of Home - Hazel Dickens
This Train - Bray Brothers and Red Cravens
Pardon Me - The Cox Family
The Train Carrying Jimmie Rodgers Home - Nashville Bluegrass Band
Why Don't You Tell Me - JD Crowe w/ Tony Rice and Ricky Skaggs
Turkey in the Straw - Vassar Clements

Set 3
The Virgin's Lament - Richard Greene
I'd Rather Live By the Side of the Road - Country Gentlemen
Can the Circle Be Unbroken (Bye and Bye) - Carter Family
This Weary Heart You Stole Away - Keith Whitley and Ricky Skaggs
Uncle Pen - Bill Monroe
Red Rocking Chair - John Rigsby
Banks of the Ohio - Ralph Stanley and Charlie Waller
Hills and Home - Longview
Norman and the Woodland - Jason Carter

Set 4
Love Come Home - Bill Monroe
Lonesome Road Blues - Bill Monroe
Little Glass of Wine - Bill Monroe
Whose Shoulder Will You Cry On? - Bill Monroe
Fanny Hill - Bill Monroe
Peggy Walker Blues - Bill Monroe
Highway of Sorrow - David Grisman
Sophronie - David Grisman
My Aching Heart - David Grisman
Close By - David Grisman
Feast Here Tonight - David Grisman

Set 5
Whitewater - Tony Rice
The Old Kentucky Shore - Bill Monroe
Raw Hide - Bill Monroe
Poison Love - Bill Monroe
Back Up and Push - Bryan Sutton
Just Wondering Why - Joe Val

Set 6
Old Man's Tears - Ralph Stanley w/Judy Marshall and Emmylou Harris
All I Ever Loved Was You - Ralph Stanley and Ricky Skaggs
Midnight Storm - Ralph Stanley and Vince Gill
All the Good Times Are Past and Gone - Ralph Stanley and Jimmy Martin
Mississippi Sawyer - J E Mainer's Mountaineers
Stern Old Bachelor - Bill Clifton
I'm Lonesome and Blues - Red Allen
Ashokan Farewell - Jay Ungar

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