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Final installment in the Black History Month Series but beginning with some new music from WJFF's music library.

1. Josh Lederman y los Diablos - "Fishs Eddy" (Nine Mile Records/Coffeestain Music)
2. Mark Erelli - "My Best Was Just Not Good Enough (For You)" (Signature Sounds)
3. Grey DeLisle - "The Jewel of Abilene" (Sugar Hill)
4. Mindy Smith - "The Train Song"
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5. Dink Roberts - "Old Blue" (Rounder)
6. Murph Gribble, John Lusk, Albert York - "Pateroller'll Catch You" (Rounder)
7. "Big Sweet" Lewis Hairston - "Shortnin' Bread" (Round)
8. Prince Albert Hunt - "Blues in a Bottle" (Yazoo)
9. Harry Choates - "Old Cow Blues" (Krazy Kat)
10. Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys - Swing Blues (Old Timey LP)
11. Hackberry Ramblers - "You Got To Hi-De-Hi" (Arhoolie cd)
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12. Jimmie Rodgers w/ Louis Armstrong - "Blue Yodel #9"
13. Carter Family - "I Wouldn't Mind Dying" (Rounder cd)
14. Byrd Moore & Jess Johnston - "My Trouble Blues" (County cd)
15. Henry Thomas - "Fox & the Hounds" (Yazoo cd)
16. Frank Stokes - "Chicken, You Can Roost Behind the Moon" (Yazoo)

:: Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2004 ::

Continuing our Black History Month series.

1. Aaron Neville - The Grand Tour
2. Charlie Pride - Kiss an Angel Good Morning
3. Charlie Pride - I'm Tired
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4. Charley Patton with Henry Sims - Move to Alabama (JSP)
5. Deford Bailey - Davidson County Blues (Yazoo)
6. Georgia Yellow Hammers - G Rag (Old Hat)
7. Taylor's Kentucky Boys - Soldier's Joy (Yazoo)
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8. Nashville Washboard Band - Soldier's Joy (Rounder)
9. Nathan Frazier & Frank Patterson - Po Black Sheep (Rounder)
10. Albert York, John Lusk and Murph(y) Gribble - Give the Fiddler a Dram
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11. Sam McGee - Railroad Blues (County)
12. Hoke Rice & his Hokey Poke Boys - Brown Mule Slide (Brunswick 78, 1930)
13. A.A. Gray & Seven Foot Dilly - Old Ark's a-Movin' (Old Hat)
14. Jimmy Rodgers & Clifford Hayes - My Good Gal's gone Blues
15. Cliff Carlisle - Trouble Minded Blues

More next week....

:: Posted on Thursday, February 19, 2004 ::

Continuing our Black History Month series looking at the african-american contribution to country music. The show was a bit shorter than usual on account of WJFF's February fund drive in progress.

1. Ted Hawkins - There Stands the Glass
2. Taj Mahal - Six Days on the Road
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3. Henry Thomas - Charmin' Betsy (Yazoo Records)
4. Henry Thomas - Run Mollie Run (Yazoo)
5. Andrew & Jim Baxter - The Moore Girl (Old Hat)
6. James Cole's String Band - Bill Cheatham (Yazoo)
7. West African String Band - Awu Raba (Heritage UK)
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8. Chimi Roge ("Jimmy Rodgers")
9. Ncumbes & Chuma (Rhodesia) - Amanxila (Yazoo)
10. Zoutpansberg Brothers (Mozambique) - Hosi Yehina Masia (Yazoo)
11. Yodel - Pygmies from the Congo (Buda Musique du Monde)
12. The Family Singers (Zimbabwe) - Tarira Nguva
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13 Etta Baker & Cora Phillips - Jaybird March (Rounder)

Continued Next Week...

:: Posted on Thursday, February 12, 2004 ::

Playlist from Country Crossroads

1. Lattie Moore - I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent (ACE cd)
2. Louvin Brothers - First One To Love You (Razor & Tie, cd)
3. Davis Sisters - Sorrow and Pain
4. Loretta Lynn - Man of the House
5. Johnny Cash - I Still Miss Someone
6. Goldie Hill - What's Happened to Us
7. Kittie Wells - There's Poison in Your Heart (Rounder lp)
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Beginning of African Heritage Month series: Setting the scene/Country Blues

8. Memphis Minnie & Kansas City Joe (McCoy) - What's the Matter with the Mill?
9. Big Joe (McCoy) and his Rhythm - Until the Day I Die (Decca 78)
10. Blind Willie McTell - Southern Can is Mine (Yazoo lp)
11. Pink Anderson & Simmie Dooley - CC&O Blues (Shanachie cd)
12. Oscar Buddy Woods - Over to my House (Yazoo lp)
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13. Luke Jordan - Pick Poor Robin Clean (Yazoo cd)
14. Luis Russell & his Orchestra - The (New) Call of the Freaks (Old Hat cd)
15. Frank Stokes - How Long (Matchbox lp)
16. Robert Wilkins - That's No Way For Me To Get Along (Yazoo cd)
17. Booker Orchestra - Salty Dog (Old Hat cd)

:: Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 ::