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Posted on Monday, January 31, 2005

Play List 1/28/05
1"Particle Man" by They Might Be Giants.
2"Pretty Flowers In My Back Yard" by Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly). This song was most likely recorded in New York City in Octoboer, 1943.
3"Dead Flowers" by The Rolling Stones from Sticky Fingers.
4"Wildflowers" by Tom Petty. This is the title track from his 1994 cd produced by Rick Rubin.
5"Wild Mountain Thyme" sung by Don Williams from The Chieftains 2003 cd Further Down The Old Plank Road.
6"Van Lear Rose" by Loretta Lynn. This is a title track from her 2004 cd.
7"Wildwood Flower" from a cd called Can The Circle Be Unbroken, Original Carter Family.
8"Roses Are Blooming" by The Hollisters from Down To The Promised Land 5 Years of Bloodshot Records.
9"Yep" by Duane Eddy from Twang Thang, The Duane Eddy Anthology on the Rhino Label. This cut was recorded in New York City in 1959.
10"I Want To Sing That Rock And Roll" by Gillian Welch from Time (The Revelator) 2001 from Acony Records.
11"A Big Hunk O' Love" by Elvis Presley from Elvis' 30 Number 1 Hits recorded at the one session conducted during Elvis' 2 year Army service. It was released in June, 1959.
12"Cannon Ball" by Duane Eddy from The Dwayne Eddy Anthology recorded in Phoenix in October, 1958.
13"You Never Can Tell" from Chuck Berry-The Chess Box. A 1988 4 record collection from Chess Records. This cut was recored in January of 1964 in Chicago with Johnny Johnson on piano and possibly Willie Dixon on bass.
14"Not Fade Away" by Buddy Holly from The Buddy Holly Collection on MCA recorded May 27, 1957.
15"The Wanderer" by Dion and the Bellmonts from Greatest Hits on the Repertoire Label. Original release date 1961.
16"Midnight Shift" by Buddy Holly recorded January 26, 1956.
17"Ooby Dooby" by Roy Orbison from a 1988 Rhino Release called For The Lonely: A Roy Orbison Anthology 1956-1965. Originally released on Sun Records in 1956.
18"On the Dark Side" by John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band from the original motion picture sound track Eddie And The Cruisers.

Posted on Saturday, January 22, 2005

Play List for 1/21/05
1. "Baby It 's Cold Outside" by Pearl Bailey.
2. "Sabu Visits The Twin Cities Alone" by John Prine from John Prine Live 1988.
3. "Ten Degrees And Getting Colder" a Gordon Lightfoot composition performed by Nancy Griffith and Iris DeMint from Griffith's 1993 Elektra recording Other Voices Other Rooms.
4. "The Blizzard" by Johnny Cash from his 1965 Sony recording Johnny Cash Sings The Ballads Of The West.
5. "Song For A Winter Night" by Gordon Lightfoot from the United Artist Collection a 1993 EMI recording.
6. "Winter" (The Solstice Mardi Gra) by Jay Unger and Molly Mason from their cd Harvest Home.
7. "Wintertime Love" by The Doors from 1968's Waiting For The Sun on Elektra.
8. "Ramblin' Boy" by Donovan from The Real Donovan.
9. "Storm Windows" by John Prine from Live On Tour 1997.
10. "Crying Shame" by Kate Wolf from An Evening In Austin. This is from Kate's 1985 appearance on Austin City Limits.
11. "What A Crying Shame" this is the title from The Maverick's 1994 MCA release.
12. "Damn Shame" by Jolie Holland from Escondida released April 27, '04
13. "Season In Hell (Fire Suite)" performed by John Cafferty And The Beaver Brown Band from sound track the 1983 film Eddie And The Cruisers.
Assorted sound clips were from the 1972 Sidney Pollack's directed film Jeremiah Johnson which starred Robert Redford and Will Geer.

Posted on Saturday, January 15, 2005

Play List for 1/14/05
1. "Some Dark Hollar" by Dwight Yoakam from Dwight's Used Records 2004 Koch Records.
2. "Readin' Rightin', Rt. 23" by Dwight Yoakam from 2000 Reprise Records.
3. "Dominick Street" by Steve Earle from Sidetracks a 2002 E-squared Recording
4. "Oh No Darling" by T Bone Burnett from his self- titled 1986 MCA Recording.
5. "Trouble Of This World" by Bill Landford and the Landfordaires from the sound track to the 2004 film The Lady Killers produced by TBone Burnett.
6. "Like A Song Bird That Has Fallen" by Reeltime Travelers from the 2003 Cold Mountain soundtrack also produced by TBone Burnett.
7. "I Remember You" by Steve Earle and Emmy Lou Harris from Earle's 2002 recording Jerusalem.
8. "The Devil's Right Hand" by Steve Earle from Cooperhead Road on Uni Records.
9. "Little Daughter" by T-Bone Burnett from 1986 self-titled.
10."In the Eye Abides the Heart" by Beth Nielson Chapman From Beautiful Dreamer The Songs of Stephen Foster a 2004Release from American Roots.
11."Long Long Time" by Jimmy Dale Gilmore from Braver Newer World a 1996 Elektra release.
12." Pass You By" from Gillian Welch. This was on her 1996 Almo records release Revival.
Braver Newer World and Revival were also T-Bone Burnett productions.
13."Goodbye's All We Got Left" by Steve Earle from Guitar Town a 1988 MCA Nashville Release.
14. "Browneyed Handsome Man" by Nina Simone from Compact Jazz
15. "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Suite, Sunday In Savannah" by Nina Simone. This was recorded live on April 7, 1968.
TBone Burnett born 1/14/48
Steve Earle born 1/17/55
Dr. Martin Luther King born 1/15/29 died 4/4/68.

Posted on Saturday, January 08, 2005

Play List for 1/7/05: Iris and Elvis
1. "The Visitor" by the Reverend Billy C. Wirtz from Unchained Maladies a 1998 Hightone Records release.
2. "Let The Mystery Be" by Iris DeMent from Infamous Angel a 1992 Philo Records release.
3. "He Reached Down" by Iris DeMent from Lifeline a brand new Iris cd on Flariella Records
4. "How's The World Treating You" by Elvis Presley from Elvis a 1956 recording.
5. "Wildwood Flower" a duet by Emmy Lou Harris and Iris DeMent from a 1998 Randy Scruggs release called Crown Of Jewels on Warner Nashville.
6. "Blue Moon Revisited (Song For Elvis)" by The Cowboy Junkies from The Trinity Sessions a 1988 RCA Catalogue release.
7. "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again" by Elvis Presley from Elvis.
8. "El Nino By The Red Elvises" from the sound track to Surfing With Joe a 2003 release from Mermaid Pictures.
9. "Tomorrow Is A Long Time" by Elvis Presley a Bob Dylan composition recorded by Elvis in 1966.
10. "All American Boy" by Bobby Bare from The Essential Bobby Bare.
11. "The Shores Of Jordan" by Iris DeMent with Robin and Linda Williams from My Life a 1994 release on Warner Records.
12. "Box Of Vision" by Tom Russell and Iris DeMent from Russell's 1997 Hightone Records release The Long Way Round.
13. "Big City" by Iris DeMent from Tulare Dust A Songwriter's Tribute To Merle Haggart. 1994 Hightone Records.
14. "Marie's The Name Of His Lastest Flame" by Elvis Presley recorded in 1961.
15. "Our Town" by Jody Stecher and Kate Brislin from Our Town a 1993 records release.
Elvis Presley born January 8, 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi
Iris DeMent born January 5, 1961 in Paragould, Arkansas

Posted on Sunday, January 02, 2005

Play List for 12/31/04
1. "Poncho And Lefty" by the Poozies from Raise Your Head (A Retrospective). A 2000 release from Compass Records.
2. "Teenage Idol" by Ricky Nelson.
3. "Ladder Of Success" by Ted Hawkins from The Final Tour a 1998 release from Evidence Music Inc.
4. "My Heart Would Know" by The The from Hanky Panky a 1995 Sony release.
5. "Blue Love" by Hank Williams from Hank Williams Alone With His Guitar on Mercury Records.
6. "Day By Day" by Bill Joe Shaver from Freedom's Child a 2002 release on Compadre Records.
7. "Old Five And Dimers Like Me" by Shaver from Victory a 1998 release.
8. "Loretta" by Townes Van Zandt from The Nashville Sessions.
9. "Blue Wind Blew" by the Flatlanders from Poet A Tribute To Townes Van Zandt. A 2002 release from Dual Tone.
10. "You Win Again" by Rick Nelson from Country Fever from 1967.
11. "Never Be Anyone Else But You" by Emmy Lou Harris from Brand New Dance.
12. "I Got What I Wanted" by Ted Hawkins from The Final Tour.
13. "Lost On The River" by Mark Knopfler and his Band with Emmy Lou Harris on harmony vocals from Hank Williams Timeless a 2001 release on Lost Highway Records.
14. "No Lonesome Tune" by Jimmy Dale Gilmore from One Endless Night a 2000 release on Rounder Records.
15. "Jambalya" by Lucinda Williams from Ramblin' a 1991 Smithsonian/Folkways release.
16. "I Can't Escape From You" by The The from Hanky Panky.
This show is dedicated to the following performers Hank Williams 9/17/23 -1/1/53, Rick Nelson 5/8/40-12/31/85, Ted Hawkins 10/28/36-1/1/95, Townes Van Zandt 3/7/44-1/1/97, Eddy Shaver 6/20/62-12/31/2000.
Happy New Year from Ramble Tamble.