Saturday, May 29, 2010

Bluegrass Show May 29, 2010

Songs of America for Memorial Day

Set 1
Alabam - Jim and Jesse
Kentucky Mandolin - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Down South Blues - Dock Boggs
Rowan County Crew - Dock Boggs
Kansas City Railroad Blues - Don Stover
Cripple Creek - Lester Flatt and Nashville Grass
Shenandoah Breakdown - Bill Monroe

Set 2
Goodbye Girls I'm Going to Boston - Art Stamper
Blue Ridge Mountain Blues - Kruger Brothers
Back to Dixie - Rickie Simpkins
Carolina Moonshiner - Big Country Bluegrass
Welcome to New York - Mark Johnson and Clawgrass
My Little Home In West Virginia - Bill Emerson
My Cabin in Caroline - Curly Seckler and Willis Spears
Pastures of Plenty - Breakaway
Bald Knob Arkansas - Leroy Troy

Set 3
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (official 7am intro)
East Virginia - Art Stamper
Nashville Blues - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band w/ Earl Scruggs
Back In the USA - Jim and Jesse
Texas Lone Star - Arnie Solomon
Proud Mary - Emerson and Waldron
Deep Elem - Tut Taylor
Texas Girl - Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum
T for Texas - Northern Lights w/ Vassar Clements

Set 4
Ashokan Farewell - Jay Ungar
City of New Orleans - Seldom Scene
LA County - New Vintage
Waltz of the Mississippi - John Hartford
Georgia On My Mind - Tony Rice
What Made Milwaukee Famous - Del McCoury Band
Nashville Cats - Del McCoury Band

Set 5
Baltimore Johnny - Del McCoury Band
Rose of Old Kentucky - Ralph Stanley
Banks of the Ohio - George Shuffler and James Alan Shelton
Battle Hymn of the Republic - The Masters
Tennessee 1949 - Larry Sparks
Land of the Navajo - Old and In the Way
Cumberland Gap - Crooked Jades
Florida Blues - Warrior River Boys
Panhandle Rag - Junior Barber

Set 6
Interstate 81 - Don Wayne Reno
Foggy Mountain Special - Dan Crary
Far Away Down on a Georgia Farm - Norman Blake
Road to Columbus - Junior Barber
The Girl I Left in Sunny Tennessee - Bill Clifton
Johnson City - Gary Brewer
Lonesome Whistle Blues - Dreadful Snakes
Atlanta Is Burning - Dry Branch Fire Squad
Johnstown Flood - Richard Bennett

Set 7
Ballad of Stringbean and Estelle - Sam Bush
Arkansas Traveler - Jerry Garcia and David Grisman
Down the Dixie Line - Leroy Troy
The Barn Song - Gibson Brothers
Tishomingo County Blues - John Hartford and Bob Carlin

Set 8
Brakeman's Blues - Bill Monroe
Pasadena Kid - Leroy Mack
Wreck of the Tennessee Gravy Train - Uncle Dave Macon
Flower From the Fields of Alabama - Norman Blake
Columbus Stockade Blues - Bill Monroe
Blue Moon of Kentucky - Bill Monroe
Foggy Mountain Breakdown - Flatt and Scruggs

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Bluegrass Show May 21, 2010

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
40 Years Ago - David Parmley and Continental Divide
Just A Song of Old Kentucky - Monroe Brothers
Seaboard Arline Rag - Norman Blake
A White Cross Marks the Grave - Bill Clifton
Let Me Fly - Dick Staber and Judy Chashoff
She Belongs To Me - Jerry Garcia and David Grisman
Bangin' Breakdown - John Kirk and Trish Miller
Light In Your Soul - Bill Clifton
Smoke Smoke Smoke That Cigarette - Vassar Clements 11-14-96 unknown vocals

Set 2
Log Cabin In the Lane - Bill Monroe
Soldier's Joy - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Buffalo Girls - Eric Weissberg Steve Mandell Marshall Brickman Deliverance Soundtrack
Long Gone - The Cabin Fever Band
Somebody Loves You Darlin' - Red Allen and Frank Wakefield
Cincinnati Rag - Bluegrass Sessions 9-5-99
Lovesick and Sorrow - James King
Somebody Touched Me - The Dillards 11-63
Cold Hard Facts - Del McCoury Band 1-13-00
Mary At the Home Place - Bill Monroe
Stand By Me - Doc Watson and Richard Holt
Medicine Dance - Dyer Switch

Set 3
Deep River Blues - Doc and Merle Watson 7-12-80
Milk Cow Blues - Doc Watson and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Sugar Betty Ann - Fred Stoneking
Dog Remembers Bacon - Nashville Bluegrass Band
Take Me Back to Tennessee - Blue Sky Boys
My Deceitful Mind - Keith Whitley and Ricky Skaggs
Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die - Mac Wiseman 6-14-59
No Place to Pillow My Head - Lester Flatt
The Older He Got The Better He Was - Osborne Brothers
Scruggs Medley - Bela Fleck and Tony Trishka

Set 4
Northbound - Country Gentlemen
In the Southbound - Lester Flatt and Mac Wiseman
The Sweetest Rose - Wyatt Rice and Santa Cruz
Franklin D - New Lost City Ramblers
On Fire - Ramona Church
Jimmy Rodgers Blues Song - Doc and Merle Watson 6-25-85 w/ B Fleck
Harbor of Love - Stanley Brothers
Polka On the Ol' Banjo - Bluegrass Session 9-5-99
West Virginia My Home - Dick Kimmel
I'm Going Back to Where Time Stands Still - Hunger Mountain Boys
Our Rosella's Coming Home - Moe Harrington

Set 5
Flowers in the Dell - Fred Eaglesmith (very early: 1983)
Richmond Blues - Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley
When The Joneses Get Together - Grandpa Jones
I'm Just Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail - Red Allen and Frank Wakefield
Rockin' At the Rip Van Dam - Arthur Hancock
Where's the Preacher? (With Rabbi's Wife) -Rayna Gilbert
Rocky Top - Osborne Brothers

Set 6
Petticoat Junction - Gary Brewer (Live)
You Go To Your Church - New Dominion Bluegrass
I Can't Get You Off My Mind - Del McCoury Band 6-14-97
Philadelphia Lawyer - Flatt and Scruggs
Unloved and Unclaimed - Blue Sky Boys
I Gotta Get Back to You - Gibson Brothers
Pickin' My Way Across Texas - Moe Harrington
Wheels - Emerson and Waldron
Most of the Time - Bob Dylan (For his 69th Birthday - May 24th)

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Mostly Folk Playlist, May 16, 2010

Host: Howard Jack

Geoff Muldaur, "The Wild Ox Moan," The Secret Handshake
Robin & Linda Williams, "Buena Vista," Buena Vista
John Kirk & Trish Miller, "Eye on the Needles," Fly Around
Danny Schmidt, "Two Timing Bank Robber's Lament, Instead the Forest Rose to Sing
Armor & Sturtevant, "Wasted Land," You Dance Like You Drive
Toby Walker, "Death Don't Have No Mercy," Toby Walker Plays Well with Others
The Putnam String County Band, "Black Jack Davy," Home Grown
Thea Wescott, "Blackberry Wine," Cromwell ... and Other Roads
Peter Ostroushko, "The Nine Years Waltz," When the Last Morning Glory Blooms
Mark Erelli, "Hemlock Grove," Little Vigils
Ruth Moody, "Nest," The Garden
Storyhill, "Town Talks," Shade of the Trees
Si Kahn, "Otis Is Flying," Courage
Hungrytown, "Troubles Change Direction," Hungrytown
Zoe Speaks, "Summerflight," Pearl
The Beeline Ramblers, "The Cuckoo," The Beeline Ramblers
The Honey Dewdrops, "Stomping Ground," If the Sun Will Shine
Liz Masterson & Sean Blackburn, "I'd Love to be a Cowgirl," Kids at Heart
Jones & Leva, "Drunkard's Lament," Journey Home
Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer, "Tanglewood Tree," Tanglewood Tree
Jane Voss & Hoyle Osborne, "Keep in Mind That I Love You," Beyond the Boundaries
Paul Rishell & Annie Raines, "You've Got It Made," Goin' Home

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Bluegrass Show May 15, 2010

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
Dupree's Diamond Blues - Keller and the Keels
Nine Pound Hammer - Kentucky Colonels
Careless Love - Dock Boggs
Sugar Baby - Dock Boggs
I'll Forget I Ever Lived This Lie - Del McCoury and David Grisman
Shady Grove - Doc Watson and David Holt
Mystery Train - Crooked Jades

Set 2
Another Song, Another Drink - Rock County
Bottle of Wine - LeRoy Troy
Charlie He's A Good Ol' Man - Uncle Earl
Dixie Breakdown - Northern Lights w/ V Clements
Mole In the Ground - Kruger Brothers
Truck Drivin' Man - Bill Monroe (unknown on vocals)
1952 Vincent Black Lightning - Del McCoury Band
Way Downtown - Doc Watson and NGDB
Return to Dismal Swamp - Tony Rice and Jerry Douglas w/ NGDB

Set 3
Old and In the Way - Old and In the Way
Body and Soul - Del and Ronnie McCoury
Good Ol' Boys - John Hartford
Johnstown Flood - Richard Bennett
House Carpenter - Tony and Wyatt Rice
Sleepy Eyed John - Frank Wakefield

Set 4
Salty Dog - Bluegrass Sessions
Ginseng Sullivan - Bluegrass Sessions
Don't Cuss the Fiddle - Keller and the Keels
The Year 2003 Minus 25 - Keller and the Keels
Moonshiner - Peter Rowan and Jerry Douglas
This World Can't Stand Long - Benton Flippen
Dim Lights Thick Smoke - Goold Ol' Boys

Set 5
Deep Elem Blues - -Good Ol' Boys
Pistol Packin' Mama - Good Ol' Boys
El Nino - Frank Wakefield
Virginia - Frog Holler
Pennsylvania - Frog Holler

Set 6
It's Hard to Tell the Singer From the Song - Hazel Dickens
Battleship of Maine - Norman Blake
I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name - Frank Wakefield
The Old Cat Sneezed - Frank Wakefield

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Bluegrass Show May 8, 2010

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
Hillcrest Drive - Del McCoury Band
White Freightliner Blues - New Grass Revival
Wheel Hoss - New Grass Revival
Pickin' In the Wind - Mark O'Conner
Reuben Was An All Around Man - Stephen Wade
God's Highway - Stanley Brothers
Salt Creek - Bill Monroe
Devil's Dream - Bill Monroe
Big Country - jimmy Martin
Smokin' Gun - Del McCoury Band

Set 2
Little Birdie - Jim Mills
Jimmy Brown the Newsboy - Flatt and Scruggs
Somewhere Tonight - Reno Brothers
Somewhere On the Road Tonight - Rice, Rice, Hillman and Pederson
Teach You Children - Cabin Fever Band
Telluride - Jason Carter
Emergency Pulloff - Ned Luberecki
The Old Old House - Bill Monroe 8-9-69
The Bluebirds Are Singing - Country Gentlemen
I Wouldn't Mind Dying - Carter Family

Set 3
Drifting Too Far From Shore - Old and In the Way
Hello City Limits - Red Allen and Frank Wakefield
Rehab - Keller and the Keels
Salty Dog - Flatt and Scruggs
Don't Cuss the Fiddle - Keller and the Keels
Trail To Mexico - Peter Rowan and Don Edwards
Bringin' Mary Home - Del McCoury w/ Dick Staber on Vocals

Set 4
The Cincinnati Southern - James Reams and the Barnstormers
Uncloudy Day - Doc and Richard Watson
Don't Get Weary - Doc Watson and Richard Holt
Wild Mountain Flowers - Lost and Found
Waltzing With Bears - Bill Clifton
Gentle on My Mind - John Hartford
Waves on the Sea - Ralph Stanley
Gravel In Your Shoe - New Dominion Bluegrass

Set 5
Way Down the Old Plank Road - Uncle Dave Macon
Banjo Medley - Bela Fleck and Tony Trishka
Wild Hog on the Red Bush - John Hartford
Deep River Blues - Doc Watson and Tony Rice
Ownself Blues - Frank Wakefield

Set 6
Saratoga Ride - Frank Wakefield
Your Own Brand of Misery - Ernie Thacker
Ida Red - Tommy Jarell
Fluid Drive - Mark O'Conner w/ T Rice, D Crary, D Griman, B Amatneek

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Grateful Dead Hours, 5/6/2010

5/7/78 Houston Field House, RPI Campus
Mexicali Blues
Mama Tried
Tennessee Jed

5/8/77 Barton Hall, Cornell University

Minglewood Blues


El Paso

They Love Each Other

Jack Straw


Lazy Lightning ->


Brown Eyed Women

Mama Tried

Set II

Scarlet Begonias ->

Estimated Prophet

St. Stephen ->

Not Fade Away ->

St. Stephen ->

Thanks for tuning in! Mike will be running the show next week and again in September. We won't be on in the summer :-(

I will be back on next summer though....

Take Care,

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Mostly Folk Playlist, May 2, 2010

Host: Sonny Ochs


Harry Manx/ Sittin' on Top of the World/ West Eats Meet
Roy Zimmerman, Laura Love, John McCutcheon, Sandy O/ Summer of Loving
Rod MacDonald/ For the People/ After the War
Pete Seeger/ Waist Deep in the Big Muddy/ Pete Seeger at 89
Anais Mitchell/ Quecreek Floor/ Hymns for the Exiles
Vance Gilbert/ Heaven Help Us All/ angels castles covers
Austin Lounge Lizards/ Purple People Eater/ Paint Me On Velvet
Bob Franke/ Collateral Damage/ The Other Evening in Chicago
Fred Eaglesmith/ Crazier/ Ralph's Last Show
Mark Erelli/ Seeds of Peace/ Hope & Other Casualties
Christine Lavin/ Oh No/ Please Don't Make Me Too Happy
Kim & Reggie Harris/ Row de Boat/ Get On Board
Nancy Tucker/ Premenstrual Together/ The Longing
David Roth/ Last Thing On My Mind/ More Pearls
John Flynn/ Go Wake a Heart/ America's Waiting
Greg Greenway/ The Color Yellow/ Standing on the Side of Love
Magpie/ Wash Our Spirits Clean/ In This World
Pat Wictor/ Sake These Blues/ Living Ever Lovin' Live
Dan Fogelberg/ Run for the Roses/ The Innocent Age
Sally Spring/ Mattie/ Made of Stars
Si Kahn/ Hutto/ Courage
Fred Gillen Jr. Hallelujah/ Match Against a New Moon
Jay Mankita/ Morning Face/ Morning Face
Lara Herscovitch/ Letters from a Ghost/ through a frozen midnight sky
Kathy Mattea/ Coal Tattoo/ Coal
Anne Feeney/ Nancy Whiskey/ Enchanted Way
Peter Ostroushko/ Down Where the River Bends/ When the Last Morning Glory Blooms

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Bluegrass Show May 1, 2010

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
Ain't No California - Beppe Gambetta and Dan Crary
Mountain Song - Gibson Brothers
Another Song, Another Drink - Ralph Stanley II w/ Ralph Stanley
Mud In Your Eye>Follow the Dog - Tom Adler
Back to the Barroom - Acoustic Blue
No Expectations - John Hartford

Set 2
Born To Be With You - JD Crowe 8-17-74
Old Jericho Waltz - Butch Baldassari
Cattlesburg - John Hartford
On My Way Back To The Old Home - Ralph Stanley w/ Bill Monroe
Cotton Eyed Joe - Walt Koken
Step Back Cindy - Tommy Jarrell
Evangelina - Del McCoury Band 7-19-01
Lincoln's Funeral Train - Norman Blake and Tony Rice

Set 3
Banjo Commentary/Comedy/Playing - Steve Martin (From "Let's Get Small")
Thumb Down Blues - Steve Martin
Bela Fleck Solo - Strength in Numbers 6-25-89
Banjo Man - Allen Taylor
Calvary - Dock Boggs
Sweet Freedom - Norman Blake
Keep Me From Blowin' Away - Seldom Scene 7-27-85 Duanesburg, NY
Ballad of Stringbean and Estelle - Sam Bush

Set 4
Travelin' Soldier - Dakota and Bob Bates and Tom Benson w/ Lexi (Live WRPI)
Big Time in the Jungle - Old Crow Medicine Show
My Uncle - Corey Hough (Live WRPI)
Purple Heart - Red Allen
Let the Mystery Be - Iris DeMent
Mama's Opry - Iris DeMent
Worried Blues - Doc Watson
Lord Have Mercy - Seldom Scene 2-28-93
Train Wreck of Emotion - Del McCoury Band 7-19-99

Set 5
Iron and Diamonds - Gibson Brothers
The L and N Don't Stop Here Any More - Horseshoe Lounge Playboys
Tombstone Staurday Night - Horeshoe Lounge Playboys
One Horse Town - Horseshoe Lounge Playboys
John Gifford - Horseshoe Lounge Playboys

Set 6 Whoa Nelly Live in the Studio
The House that Never Was
Wagon Wheel