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Posted on Monday, November 29, 2004

Play List for 11/26/04
1. "Breaking Bread" by Johnny Cash from Unearthed.
2. "All I Want" by The Poozies from Changed Days Same Roots.
3. "Plow To The End Of The Row" by Adrienne Young and Little Sadie, title track4. "He Reached Down" by Iris DeMent from Lifeline.
5. "Leather Britches" by Adrienne Young and Little Sadie from Plow To The End Of The Row.
6. "Pocahontas" by Johnny Cash from Unearthed.
7. "Thanksgiving Waltz" by Jay Unger and Molly Mason from their 1999 cd Harvest Home on Angel Records.
8. "Bonapartes' Retreat/Hoedown" by Jay Unger and Molly Mason also from Harvest Home.
9. "Tiptoe Through The Tulips With Me" by Tiny Tim. Tiny Tim died 11/30/96, age unknown.
10. "You Like Me Too Much" by George Harrison and the Beatles from Help. Harrison died 11/29/01 from cancer.
11. "Rosc Catha Na Mumhain/Arkansas Travellor/The Wild Irishman" by The Chieftains with Jerry Douglas on Dobro from Further Down The Old Plank Road.
12. "On The Sea Of Galilee" by Emylou Harris with the Peasall Sisters from The Unbroken Circle-The Musical Hertiage Of The Carter Family.
13. "Duty Old Town" by Jason Wilber from Behind The Midway
14. "Bread And Gravy" by Soulskin from their self titled 2002 recording from Askew Records.
15. "Anna Amore Mio" from a cd called Dinner In Italy, a 2000 recording from Avalon Music.
16. "Beautiful World" by John Prine from Lucky 13 on Oh Boy Records

Posted on Sunday, November 21, 2004

Play List for November 19, 2004
1. "Nine Volt Heart" by Dave Alvin from Ashgrove on Yep Roc Records.
2. "Easy's Gettin Harder Every Day" by Iris DeMent from My Life on Warner Brothers 1994.
3. "Early Morning Rain" by Gordon Lightfoot from The United Artist Collection. Lightfoot turned 66 on November 17.
4. "Rain" by the Beatles from Past Masters II.
5. "Drip Drop" by Dion DiMucci from Dion and the Bellmonts Greatist Hits. This is a Lieber/Stoller composition that Dion took to number 6 on the charts in 1963.
6. "Raindrops" by Dee Clark from Looks Like Rain.
7. " Blue Umbrella" by Steve Goodman from Jesse's Jig And Other Favorites.
8. "Embryonic Journey" by Jefferson Airplane from 1967's Surrealistic Pillow.
9. Ike Pappas reporting from Dallas on November 24, 1963, the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald.
10. "Dallas" by The Flatlanders from their 1972 recording More A Legend Than A Band.
11. "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" by Gene Autry from 1977's 50th Anniversary Collection on Republic Records.
12. "Jennifer Johnson and Me" by Robert Earl Keen, Jr. from 1989's West Textures On Sugar Hill.
13. "Marlborough Street Blues" by Ian and Sylvia from 1965's Early Morning Rain.
14. "Bo Diddle" by Buddy Holly from Buddy Holly and the Crickets-The Ultimate E P
15. "Enjoy Yourself" by Todd Snyder from 2004's East Nashville Skyline on Oh Boy
16. "Man In The Bed" by Dave Alvin from Ashgrove.

Posted on Saturday, November 13, 2004

Playlist for November 12 2004
1. "Road To Nowhere" by the Talking Heads from Once In A Lifetime.
2. "Sold American" by Lyle Lovett from Pearls In The Snow a 1998 tribute to Kinky Friedman.
3. "I Ain't So Sure Anymore" by Tom Flannery from Searching for Townes from 2003.http:/
4. "Weapons Of Prayer" by the Knotting Hillbillies from 1990. This is a post Dire Straits effort from Mark Knopfler and some friends.
5. "Salt Of The Earth" by the Rolling Stones from Beggars' Banquet.
6. "Peter Gunn (Twang Mix) With The Art Of Noise" from the Duane Eddie Anthology on Rhino Records, a 1993 release.
7. "Willie Brewd A Peck O Maut" by Bob Hay and the Jolly Beggars from Toils Obscure, Songs by Robert Burnes.
8. "Collier Laddie" from Toils Obscure. This is a group from Athens, Georgia. The cd is based on the music of the 18th century poet Robert Burnes
9. "Medley: They Ain't Making Jews Like Jesus Anymore, Western Union Wire, and Homo Erectus" by Kinky Friedman and the Texas Jew Boys from Pearls In The Snow.
10. "Loco Motion" by Dwight Yoakam from Dwight's Used Records on Koch Records.
This song written by Carol King and Jerry Goffin was a number one hit for Little Eva in August of 1962.
11. "The Trembler" from the Duane Eddie Anthology. This song was co-written by Duane Eddie and Ravi Shankar. The January, 1987, recording included George Harrison on slide guitar and Jeff Lynn on keyboards.
12. "Field Of Opportunity" by Neil Young from Comes A Time.
13. " My My Hey Hey" by Neil Young from Live Rust.
14. "Rebel Rouser" from the Duane Eddie Anthology. This song was recorded in March of '58 and reached number 6 on the charts in May of '58.
15. "Sugar Mountain" by Neil Young from Live Rust.
Neil Young turned 59 today, November 12.