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Posted on Saturday, February 26, 2005

Play List for 2/25/05
1. "Ashokan Farewell" by Rig The Jig from Finding The Gold 2005 Toucan Cove Records http://www.rigthejig.com
2. "Shiver Me Timbers" by TomWaits from The Heart Of Saturday Night 1974 Asylum Records.
3. "Satisfied Mind" by Lucinda Williams from Rambling 1991 Smithsonian Folkways.
4. "Train Song" by Mindy Smith from One Moment More 2004 Vanguard. http://www.mindysmith.net
5. "Mexican Home" by Rig The Jig from Finding The Gold.
6. Theme from A Summer Place by Percy Faith from 1960.
7. "Mack The Knife" by Jimmy Dale Gilmore from One Endless Night 2000.
8. "Calendar Girl" by Musak.
9. "Heart Of Saturday Night" by Tom Waits the title song.
10. "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" by Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins from Unearthed 2004.
11. "Wrecking Ball" by Gillian Welch from Soul Journey 2003.
12. "People Talking" by Lucinda Williams from World Without Tears 2003.
13. "Overtime" by Lucinda Williams and Willie Nelson from Outlaws And Angels.
14. "Wagon Wheel" by Old Crow Medicine Show from World Cafe from Nettwerk America.

Posted on Sunday, February 20, 2005

Play List for 2/18/05
1. "Train Sounds" by Last Train Home from their self titled 2003 cd.
2. "Song About A Train" - title track from Tom Flannery's 1998 cd http://www.kikomusic.com
3. "Riding On A Freight Train" by Freddie Brown And Night Crow from cd called Phases on Wheatfield Records, 2004.
4. "Mystery Train" by S. E. Willis from Luckiest Man Alive, 2002 Merrimack Records.http://www.sewillis.com
5. "Mystery Train Part 2" by Steve Earle from Train A Coming, 1995.
6. "This Song About The Railroad Shack" by Bruce Mackay from Midnight Minstrel, 1969.
7. "Don't You See That Train" by Lauri Lewis and Kathy Kallick from Freight Train Blues-Classic Railroad Songs Volume 4.
8. "Freight Train Blues" by Octa Clark and Hector Duhn from Old Cajun Music an Arhoolie Records release. http://www.arhoolie.com
9. "I've Been Working On The Railroad" by Helen, June and Anita Carter from The Carter Family On Border Radio, 1939, another Arhoolie Records release.
10. "The Little Red Caboose" by Sweet Honey And The Rock from All For Freedom-Music For Little People.
11. "Texas, 1947" by Guy Clark from Keepers, 1997, Sugar Hill.
12. "Driver 8" by Hootie And The Blow Fish from Scattered, Smothered And Covered, 2004 Atlantic.
13. "Lonesome Whistle" by 1880 from Ride, a 2002 release from Bootlick Records.
14. "The Train That Carried My Girl From Town" by Roscoe Holcomb from An Untamed Sense Of Control. A Smithsonian Folkways recording.
15. "Milk Cow Blues" by Roscoe Holcomb also from An Untamed Sense Of Control.
16. "Freight Train" by Elizabeth (Libba) Cotten from Live. 1983 Arhoolie Records.
I laid my penny on the track
So take me now and don't look back
What I need is a song about a train
Tom Flannery

Posted on Saturday, February 12, 2005

Play List for 2/11/05
1. "That Old Feeling" by Tiny Tim with Brave Combo from a cd called Girl on Rounder Records, 1996. http://www.brave.com/bo/
2. "Every Breath You Take" by The Police.
3. "I Want You" by Cliff Eberhardt from A Nod To Bob- An Artist Tribute To Bob Dylan.
4. "Dead Presidents" by Willie Dixon from The Chess Box, 1988 MCA Records.
5. "A Thing Called Love" by Ted Hawkins from The Final Tour on Evidence Records.
6. "I'm Bad I'm Nationwide" by Dwight Yokum from Reprise Please Baby --The Warner Brothers Years.
7. "Changed The Locks" the title track from Lucinda Williams 1988 cd from Koch Records.
8. "All The Best" by John Prine from The Missing Years.
9. "If You Don't Want My Love" by John Prine from 1978's Bruised Orange.
10. "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" by Mary Lee's Corvette from Blood On The Tracks, Arlene Grocery, NYC. This is a 2002 live recording on Bar/None Records.
11. "Let's Misbehave" by Elvis Costello from the soundtrack of the movie De-Lovely.
12. "Levelland" by James McMurtry and the Heartless Bastards from Live In Aught 3 on Compadre Records.
Happy Birthday WJFF! We celebrate our 15th birthday on 2/12/05. Many, many happy returns.

Posted on Sunday, February 06, 2005

Play List for 2/4/05
1. "Lights Of Cheyenne" by James McMurtry And The Heartless Bastards from Live In Aught-Three. This is a 2004 recording on Compadre Records.
2. "Bad Moon Rising" by The Mary Janes from Chooglin' A Tribute To The Songs Of John Fogerty on Dren Records released in 2002.
3. "Born In The USA" by Bruce Springsteen. This is an acoustic version of the song from a cd called Eighteen Tracks released in April of 1999.
4. "No Depression In Heaven" by Sheryl Crow from a 2004 Dualtone release called The Unbroken Circle The Musical Heritage Of The Carter Family.www.dualtone.com
5. "Coming Up Close" by 'Til Tuesday from a vinyl 1986 recording on Epic Records called Welcome Home. 'Til Tuesday was Aimee Mann's original group.
6. "Maybe Baby" by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band from Not Fade Away-Remembering Buddy Holly. A 1996 UMG Recording.
7. "Everyday" by J D Souther from The Crickets And Their Buddies. Another Holly tribute from Texas Music released in 2004.
8. "Holly Hop" this is an instrumental recorded in the Holly family garage in Lubbock, Texas in 1956. This is from The Buddy Holly Collection released by MCA in 1993.
9. "Rock Little Darling" by Richie Valens from The Richie Valens Story on Delfi Records. This is a demo recorded at Valens' producer's home probably in 1958.
10. "Crying, Waiting, Hoping" by Marty Stewart And Steve Earle from Not Fade Away 1996.
11. "Slipping And Sliding" by Buddy Holly from Buddy Holly And The Crickets The Ultimate Collection. This is an overdubbed version of the song that Holly recorded as a demo in his New York apartment in January, 1959, about one month before he died.
12. "Waymore's Blues" by The Crickets from a 2003 Dualtone Recording called Lonesome, On'ry And Mean- A Tribute To Waylan Jennings. Jennings famously gave his seat to the Big Bopper on February 3, 1959.
13. "In The Still Of The Night" by Dion And The Belmonts from 1960. Dion And The Belmonts were part of the tour in February of 1959.
14. "Big Baby Blues" a Richie Valens instrumental recorded in 1958.
15. "Think It Over" by The Tractors from Not Fade Away.
16. "Well All Right" by Buddy Holly And The Crickets from the Ultimate Collection.