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Posted on Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Play List for 05/19/06 Million Dollar Bash
1 "The Ballad Of Hollis Brown" by Mike Seeger and Bob Dylan from The Third Annual Farewell Reunion 1994 Rounder.
2 "Mozambique" by Bob Dylan with Emmylou Harris from Desire 1976 Sony.
3 "Shenandoah" by Bob Dylan from Down In The Groove 1988 Columbia.
4 "Corina, Corina" by Bob Dylan from Freewheelin' 1963 Columbia.
5 "Lay Down Your Weary Tune" by Bob Dylan from Biograph 1985 Columbia.
6 "My Blue Eyed Jane" by Bob Dylan from The Songs Of Jimmy Rogers A Tribute 1997 Columbia.
7 "Rank Strangers To Me" by Bob Dylan from Down In The Groove.
8 "Desolation Row" by Bob Dylan from Highway 61 Revisited 1965 Sony.
This was my contribution to WJFF's 4th annual Million Dollar Bash which takes place on the closest Friday to Bob Dylan's birthday every May. It goes from 7:30 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. and is lots of fun.

Thanks to Holly and Kirby for the DJ assistance.

Mozambique went out to Erin.

Desolation Row was for Christine.

Posted on Monday, May 15, 2006

Play List for 05/12/06
1 "Buckets Of Rain" by The Stairwell Sisters self titled 2003 Yodel - Ah -Hee Records.
2 "Blue Umbrella" by Steve Goodman from Jessies Gigs And Other Favorites 1975 Red Pajamas.
3 "Crying In The Rain" by Rockpile from Seconds Of Pleasure 1980 Sony.
4 "Rainy Day People" by Gordon Lightfoot from Songbook 1999 Warner.
5 "Early Morning Rain" by Bob Dylan from Self Portrait 1970 Sony.
6 "I Get The Blues When It Rains" by Etta Baker from Railroad Bill 1999 Music Maker.
7 "The Mating Call Of The Bullfrog" .
8 "I Ain't Got No Home" by Clarence "Frogman" Henry title track from a 1994 release.
9 "Mister Froggie Went A Courting" by Gospel Masters from Get On Board Little Child 2005 Carnico.
10 "Frog Went A Courting" by Bob Dylan from Good As I've Been To You 1992 Sony.
11 "Miss Froggie" by Warren Smith from The Best Of Sun Rockabilly 2006 Charby.
12 "Mother's Day" by Contra Topia from Ballroom Echoes 2002.
13 "Your Mother Should Know" by The Sugarbeats from Classic Rock And Roll For Kids 1994.
14 "Mama From The Train" by Patti Page from Golden Greats. I believe this was originally recorded in 1956.
15 "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby?" by John Batdorf and James Lee 2005 Azera.
16 "Souvenirs" by Steve Goodman and John Prine from Affordable Art 1988 Red Pajamas.
17 "Round My Back Door Selling Coal" by Etta Baker from One Dime Blues 1991 Rounder.
18 "Coal Miner's Daughter" by Countdown Singers from 20 Best Of Country 2004 Madacy.
The last song goes out to the memory of my Mother, and to my wife Rosemary, both of whom were born, coal miners' daughters.
Play List for 05/05/06
1 "I Ride An Old Paint" by Pete Seeger from America's Favorite Ballads Volume 1 1957 Folkways.
2 "900 Miles" by Mike Seeger and Pete Seeger from The Third Annual Farewell Reunion 1994 Rounder.
3 "Dan Tucker" by Pete Seeger from America's Favorite Ballads.
4 "Old Dan Tucker" by Bruce Springsteen from We Shall Overvome - The Seeger Sessions.
5 "My Oklahoma Home Blowed Away" by Pete Seeger from A Link In The Chain 1961 Sony.
6 "My Oklahoma Home" by Bruce Springsteen from We Shall Overcome - The Seeger Sessions.
7 "Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream" by Pete Seeger from Waist Deep In The Big Muddy And Other Love Songs 1967 Sony.
8 "Black Girl" by Pete Seeger from a 1958 Folkways recording.
9 "Skip To My Lou" from the same 1958 Folkways recording.
10 "John Henry" by Kilby Snow from Masters Of Old Time Country Auto Harp. A 2006 recording compiled by Mike Seeger.
11 "John Henry" by Bruce Springsteen from We Shall Overcome-The Seeger Sessions.
12 "All I Want" by Pete Seeger and The Almanacs. The Almanacs were Peter Seeger's original group. They were Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Millard Campbell, and Woody Guthrie. This is from a 1940 or 41 recording called Which Side Are You On?
13 "Pretty Boy Floyd" by Pete Seeger from A Link In The Chain 1961 Sony.
14 "Mrs. McGrath" by Pete Seeger from A Link In The Chain.
15 "Jacob's Ladder" and "Ain't Going To Work Tomorrow" from Masters Of Old Time Country Auto Harp.
16 "Lonesome Valley" by Pete Seeger from Sing Along Sanders Theater recorded in 1980 at Harvard University.
Happy Birthday Pete Seeger born May 3, 1919.