Saturday, March 27, 2010

Bluegrass Show March 27, 2010

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
Whiskey Before Breakfast - Bobby Hicks
Shady Grove - Marvin Gaster
Westward - Jeff Autry, Wayne Benson, Randy Kohrs, Mark Shatz, Ron Stewart, Scott Vestal
Once More to Make You Mine - Lynwood Lunsford and the Misty Valley Boys
Miss the Mississippi and You - Suzanne Thomas
Little Man in the Mirror - Gibson Brothers

Set 2
Old Stepstone - Norman and Nancy Blake
Faces in the Field - Cabin Fever Band
Rock Me Grandpa - Hard Travelers
Love's Dark and Stormy Deep - Moe Harrington
Rainin' on the Mountain - Wolfe Brothers
Will He Wait a Little Longer - Front Range
Nobody There But Me - Chris Jones
The Old Arch Bridge - Banjo Dan
Salty Dog - Norman Blake

Set 3
When the Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again - Bill Monroe
Columbus Stockade Blues - Doc and Richard Watson
We'll Die in the Pigpen Fighting - Tom and Brad and Alice
Walk Beside Me - Tim O'Brien and Darroll Scott
Old Riverman - Bill Monroe and John Hartford
The High Road - Bryan Sutton
Silent Partner Called the Blues - James King
Out Among the Stars - The Chapmans

Set 4
Pass Me By - Bray Brothers and Red Cravens
Barefoot Nellie - Old and In the Grey
Let's Turn Back the Years - Ginny Hawker and Tracy Schwartz
Crazy Arms - Roland White
See Bonnie Die, See Clyde Die - Flatt and Scruggs
Muddy Waters - Seldom Scene (Duanesburg, NY 7-37-85)
Turn It On, Turn It On, Turn It On - Rock County
Bumble Bee in a Jug - John Hartford
Will You Miss Me - Dr. Ralph Stanley and Ralph Stanley II

Set 5
The Green Island Bridge Song - Cabin Fever Band (Live in '02, 25th Anniversary)
One Raindrop - Gibson Brothers
Wild Indian - Jimmy Martin
Drink Your Glasses Dry - Bill Clifton
Engine 23 - Bill Clifton
Prisoner's Dream - Bill Clifton

Set 6
Don't Forget the Coffee, Billy Joe - Gibson Brothers
I Washed My Face in the Morning Dew - Charlie Sizemore
One of Those Days (When I Miss Lester Flatt) - Tom T Hall
The Year That Clayton Delaney Died - Carlie Sizemore
Jimmy Martin's Life Story - Tom T Hall
Watermelon Wine - Junior Barber
Mama's Got the Catfish Blues - Charlie Sizemore
A Hero in Harlan - Tom T Hall

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Grateful Dead Show 3/25/2010

Hey everyone! I've been a bit lazy lately with posting playlists, so here's what we had tonight.

Bits of shows from a 3-nighht run at the Henry Kaiser Convention Center 3/16 to 3/18 1988..
3/16: (all of set 2)
Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Playing in the Band
(skipeed drums/space)
The Wheel
Gimme Some Lovin'
All Along the Watchtower
Morning Dew
(Encore) Touch of Grey

3/17: (2nd half of second set)
I Need A Miracle
Hey Mr. Fantasy
Hey Jude
Black Muddy River

3/18: (second half of second set)
Stella Blue
Throwin' Stones
Not Fade Away
Brokedown Palace

Monday, March 22, 2010

Mostly Folk Playlist, March 21, 2010

Host: Howard Jack

Buskin & Batteau, "Tonight We Are Everywhere," Red Shoes and Golden Hearts
Buskin & Batteau, "Choose Joy," Red Shoes and Golden Hearts
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba, "Saro," I Speak Fula
Tom Fisch, "The Mulberry Tree," October Boy
Red Molly, "Last Call," James
David Olney, "Red Tail Hawk," Dutchman's Curve
Bonnie Koloc, "Morning, Morning," Beginnings
Douglas John Cameron, "Mary Come Over the Mountain," Solo Songs
Jenny Scheinman, "Rebecca's Song," Jenny Scheinman
Carrie Rodriguez, "When I Heard Gypsy Davy Sing," Love and Circumstance
The Carolina Chocolate Drops, "Hit 'Em Up Style," Genuine Negro Jig
Naomi Sommers, "Two Sparrows," Gentle as the Sun
Liz Meyer, "My Favorite Time of the Year," The Storm
The Kerry Kearney Band, "Blue Butterflies," Balancing Meridians
Red-Haired Strangers, "Wagon Tongues," Hilltown Sessions
Rebecca Loebe, "Margerita," Mystery Prize
The Red Stick Ramblers, "Some of These Days," Made in the Shade
Girl Howdy, "Eeny, Meany, Miney," Honky Tonk Hair
Caravan of Thieves, "Rattlesnake," Bouquet
Roger Salloom, "Last Call," Last Call
Thea Hopkins, "Blues on the Edge of this Town," Birds of Mystery
Eilen Jewell, "If You Catch Me Stealing," Letters from Sinners & Strangers
Levon Helm, "Growin' Trade," Electric Dirt
Sherman Lee Dillon, "On the Road Again," State of the Blues

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Bluegrass Show March 20, 2010

Set 1
Bury Me Beneath The Weeping Willow - Scott Nygaard
Tishomingo County Blues - John Hartford
Can We Get Along With This - Hunger Mountain Boys
A Distant Land To Roam - Ralph Stanley
Big Mon - Bill Monroe
Carroll County Blues - Benton Flippen
Sunny Side of the Mountain - Jimmy Martin
Close By - Alan Bibey
Cotton Fields - The Cabin Fever Band
Coal Tattoo - Hazel Dickens

Set 2
Crazy Creek - Bill Keith
Reno Blues (Philadelphia Lawyer) - Peter Rowan and Don Edwards
Dance Around Molly - Art Stamper
Roll on Buddy - Kentucky Colonels
Bill Cheatham - Kentucky Colonels
Dancin' in Branson - Bill Monroe
Rank Stranger - Ralph Stanley
Deep Dark Water - Osborne Brothers
Catfish John - Old and In the Way

Set 3
Back In the USA - Jim and Jesse
God Bless America Again - Jim and Jesse
Alabam - Jim and Jesse
Goodbye Girls I'm Going to Boston - Art Stamper
Foggy Mountain Top - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Bald Knob Arkansas - Leroy Troy
Pocono Jubilee - Andrew Roblin and the Pocono Mountain Men
Carolina Star - Tony Rice
That's How I Got to Memphis - Charlie Sizemore

Set 4
The Winds of Pittsbugh - Lynnwood Lunsford and the Misty Valley Boys
East Virginia - Art Stamper
Alabama Bound - Kruger Brothers
Blue Ridge Mountain Blues - Kruger Brothers
LA County - New Vintage
Welcome To New York - Mark Johnson and Clawgrass
Nashville Skyline Rag - JD Crowe
Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia - Bill Monroe
What Made Milwaukee Famous - Del McCoury

Set 5
Cumberland County - Crooked Jades
The Cincinnati Southern - James Reams and the Barnstormers
Baltimore Johnny - Del McCoury
You Can't Get the Hell Out of Texas - Country Gazette
Kinfolks In Carolina - Northern Lights w/ Vassar Clements
The Water Lily - Ralph Stanley, Tom T Hall and Judy Marshall

Set 6
Poor Ellen Smith - Joe Val
Gotta Travel On - Flatt and Scruggs and Merle Travis
Buddies in the Saddle - Peter Rowan and Don Edwards
Grandpa's Getting Married Again - Grandpa Jones
Grandma Was a Cropduster - Dead Man's Hollow
Green Pastures -Emmylou Harris
Is the Blue Moon Still Shining - Bill Monroe

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bluegrass Show 3-13-10

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
Fluid Drive - Mark O'Conner
Foggy Mountain Top - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
What Would You Give... - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Little Moses - Ralph Stanley

Set 2
Worried Man Blues - Ralph Stanley
When It's Time for the Whippoorwill to Sing - Jim and Jesse
Great Speckled Bird - Jim and Jesse
Midnight Moonlight - Old and In the Way
Working ON a Building - Old and In the Way
New Muleskinner Blues - Bill Monroe
My Little Georgia Rose - Bill Monroe
Are You Waiting Just For Me - Red Allen
Whose Shoulder Will You Cry On - Red Allen

Set 3
The White Rose - Country Gentlemen
The Gentlemen is Blue - Country Gentlemen
I Buried My Future - Jimmy Martin
Just Plain Yellow - Jimmy Martin
Crawdad - Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley
I'm Sittin On the Top of the World - Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley
Man of Constant Sorrow - Ralph Stanley
Daddy's Wildwood FLower - Ralph Stanley

Set 4
Walkin the Railroad Tracks - Lester Flatt
I Live the Life of Riley - Lester Flatt
Darling Nellie Across the Sea - Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard
Souvenir Bottles - Sam Bush
The Ballad of Stringbean and Estelle - Sam Bush
Banjo Convention - Stringbean
Stringbean and His Banjo - Stringbean

Set 5
Medley - Wandering Boy>Brand New Pair of Shoes>Love Come Home>Little Maggie>Pretty Polly>Georgia Rose>Nine Pound Hammer - Bill Monroe
Bring Your Clothes Back Home and Try Me On One More Time - John Hartford
Gentle On My Mind - John Hartford
Big Rock Candy Mountain - John Hartford

Set 6
Land of the Navajo - Old and In the Way
Sally Goodin - Bill Monroe
Salty Dog Blues - David Grisman w/ Tony Rice
If I Lose - David Grisman

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Mostly Folk Playlist, March 7, 2010

Host: Sonny Ochs
Artist/Song/CD or LP
This was an abbreviated show because we were pre-empted by hockey playoffs.

Brooks Williams/ Sugar Sweet/ Baby O
Russ Edwards/ We Call Them Cowboys/ We Call Them Cowboys
Red Molly/ You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive/ James
John McCutcheon & Si Kahn/ The Senator/ Signs of the Times
Ronny Cox/ Cortelia Clark/ How I Love Them Old Songs

Irish segment for St. Patrick's Day

Tommy Sands/ The People Have Spoken/ Let the Circle Be Wide
Tom Lehrer/ The Irish Ballad/ Songs & More Songs by Tom Lehrer
Dave Rowe/ Wild Rover/ Big Shoes
Modern Man/ God Loves the Irish/ The Wide Album

Women's History Month

Bev Grant/ We Were There/ We Were There
Rebel Voices/ Bread & Roses/ A Piece of the Wall

And that was all I had time for.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Bluegrass Show March 6, 2010

Set 1
New Camptown Races (intro) - Frank Wakefield
Salty Dog - Norman Blake
No Corn on Tygart - Riley Baugus
Charlie He's a Good Ol' Man - Uncle Earl
Sold Down the River - Bob Paisley and Southern Grass
Somebody Touched Me - Bill Monroe
Halfway Home Cafe - Ricky Skaggs
Dixie Breakdown - Dillard and Wakefield
We're the Kind of People Who Make then Jukebox Play - James Reams and Walter Hensley

Set 2
El Nino - Frank Wakefield
I Rise When the Rooster Crows - Doc Watson
Portland Town - Arlo Guthrie
Ode to Earl - Bela Fleck
Family Business - Dyer Switch Band
Loafer's Glory - Junior Barber
Emigrant Gap - Tony Furtado
Whiskey Befoe Breakfast/Ragtime Annie - Doc Watson and David Holt
Shady Grove - Doc Watson and David Holt

Set 3
Wheel Hoss - Bluegrass Sessions
No Phone No Tone - Hunger Mountain Boys
Cryin' Weepin' Pinin' - Hunger Mountain Boys
White Freightliner Blues - New Grass Revival
Day Tripper - Gene Wooten
Black Mountain Rag - Kruger Brothers
Reuben - Dan Crary
Purple Heart - Red Allen
Ginseng Sullivan - Norman Blake

Set 4
Short Life of Trouble - Connelll and Rigsby
Bushy Fork of John's Creek - Stuart Duncan
Virginia - Frog Holler
Nervous Breakdown - Richard Greene
Impulsive - David Grier
Beatle Medley - Bela Fleck and Tony Trishka

Set 5
The Green Island Bridge - Cabin Fever Band
The Hollow - Joe Adee
Farm of Yesterday - Gibson Brothers
Just An Old Rounder - Gibson Brothers
Glendale Train - Good Ol' Boys
Don't Tell Mama - Acoustic Blue (Feat. Smokey Greene)
You Can Have Her - JD Crowe

Set 6
June Apple - Kevin Maul
Dawg Gone - Del and Ronnie McCoury
I Am the Man - Ralph Stanley
Mrs Robinson - Eddie Adcock