Tuesday, March 31, 2009

  1. Kid Siegel, "Sweet Home on the Coast," by David "Kid" Siegel, "Sweet Home on the Coast."
  2. Robert Earl Keen with Shawn Colvin, "Out There in the Middle," by Janes McMurtry, "Farm Fresh Onions."
  3. Becky Kilgore and James Mason, "Cheatin' on Me," words by Jack Yellen, music by Lew Pollack, "Catsup Set."
  4. John Prine, "Quit Hollerin' at Me," by John Prine, "Lost Dogs and Mixed Blessings."
  5. Erin Mckeown, "Thanks for the Boogie Ride," "Sing, You Sinners."
  6. Danny Barnes, "Trinidad Hubbard," by R. Buck and S. Mitchell, "Dirt on the Angel."
  7. Suzzy and Maggie Roche, "Clothes Line Saga," by Bob Dylan, "A Nod to Bob."
  8. Grateful Dead, "Quinn the Eskimo," by Bob Dylan, "Postcards of the Hanging."
  9. Hacienda Brothers, "I'll Come Running," by C. Smith, "Arizona Motel."
  10. Rosie Flores, "Hot Dog," by Buck Owens and Denny Dedmon, "Speed of Sound."
  11. Jorma Kaukonen, "Trouble in Mind," TRADITIONAL, "River of Time."
  12. BooZoo Chavis, "Lula, Lula, Don't You Go to Bingo," Putumayo Zydeco."
  13. Professor Longhair, "Her Mind is Gone," by Professor Longhair, "Crawfish Fiesta."
  14. Maria Muldaur, "If You Haven't Any Hay," by Skip James, "Waitress in a Doughnut Shop."
  15. Willie Nelson and Asleep at the Wheel, "Won't You Ride in My Little Red Wagon?" by Rex Griffin, "Willie and the Wheel."
  16. The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, "My Old Man Boogie," by Rev. Peyton, "Big Damnation."
  17. Old Crow Medicine Show, "Don't Ride that Horse," "Big Iron World."
  18. Railroad Earth, "Seven Story Mountain," by Todd Sheaffer, "The Black Bear Sessions."
  19. The Asylum Street Spankers, "Since I Met You, Baby," by Ivy Joe Hunter, "What? And Give Up Show Biz?"
  20. The Wood Brothers, "One More Day," by the Wood Brothers, "Ways Not to Lose."
  21. Darrell Scott, "The Devil," by Hoyt Axton, "Modern Hymns."
  22. Doug Bond and Dennis Coats, "Because I Love You," DEMO
  23. Iris DeMent, "I'll Take My Sorrow Straight," by Iris DeMent, "The Way I Should."
  24. Van Morrison, "There Stands the Glass," by Alice Gresham, Russ Hull, and Maryjane Shurtz, "Pay the Devil."
  25. Wailin' Jennys, "Things that You Know," "Firecracker."
  26. Willie Nelson, "Funny How Time Slips Away," "Milk Cow Blues."
  27. Doug Bond and Dennis Coats, "Friend of the Devil." DEMO from a Band from Sandpoint, ID.
  28. Joni Mitchell, "Night of the Iguana," "Shine."
  29. Denise Drake, "See Ya When I See Ya," by Denise Drake, "Read My Lips." (CD BABY is selling Denise's CD!)


Saturday, March 28, 2009

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane, March 24th, 2009

Thank you to everyone who played on the Cafe Vaquera Pledge Jam last week. (Denise Drake, Dave Quinton, Michael Hurley, Mark Erickson, Cowboy Jack, and Too Tall Tom). We did really well financially and had a blast! Thanks to all the callers, phone answers, and staff.

1. Kid Siegel, "Sweet Home on the Coast," by David "Kid Siegel, Sweet Home on the Coast. Sleepy Owl Records
2. The Wood Brothers, "That's What Angels Can Do," Ways Not to Lose.
3. The Knitters, "Give Me Flowers when I'm Living," The Modern Sounds of the Knitters.
4. The Hunger Mountain Boys, "I've Got the Blues, Mary," Three.
5. Willie Nelson and Asleep at the Wheel, "I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of this Jelly Roll," Willie and The Wheel.

In loving memory of my friend, New Orleans pianoman, Eddie Bo, who passed on last week from a sudden heart attack. He was 79 and I can't believe I'll never see him again.

6. Etta James, "My Dearest Darling," by Eddie Bo, Her Best.
7. Eddie Bo, "Hard Times," by Eddie Bo, Louisiana Spice.
8. Eddie Bo, "Black Cat Bone," by Eddie Bo, Nine Yards of Funk.
9. Dr. John and Eddie Bo, "St. James Infirmary," N'Awlinz-Dis Dat or D'Udder.
10. Eddie Bo and Carl LeBlanc, "I Wanna Be in that Number," Back Up This Train.
www.eddiebo.com Send your well wishes to Eddie's family.

11. Mary Gauthier, "I Drink," by Mary Gathier, Drag Queens in Limousines.
12. Maria Muldaur, "Cajun Moon," Louisiana Love Call.
13. Mary Gauthier, "Drag Queens in Limousines," by Mary Gathier, Drag Queens in Limousines. (I accidently played this and got a request call for it just as I hit PLAY! Go figure...)
14. Ranch Romance, "Trouble," Blue Blazes.
15. Old Crow Medicine Show, "Wagon Wheel," by Bob Dylan, "Old Crow Medicine Show. ( I LOVE the way they do this song...)
16. Martin Sexton, "Folsom Prison," by Johnny Cash, 2-song DEMO.
17. Kasey Chambers, "We're All Gonna Die Someday," by Kasey Chambers, My Captain.
18. Martin Simpson, "Boots of Spanish Leather," by Bob Dylan, A Nod to Bob.
19. Be Good Tanyas, "Lakes of Pontchartrain," Blue Horse.
20. Johnny Cash, "Sunday Morning Coming Down," by Johnny Cash, Classic Cash.
21. Asylum Street Spankers, "Wake and Bake," by Christina Marrs, What? And Give Up Show Biz?
22. Danny Barnes, "Peanut Butter is Man's Best Friend," by Danny Barnes, Dirt on the Angel.
23. Cheap Suit Serenaders w/ R. Crumb, "Duck's Yas Yas," 78RPM recording.
24. John Hiatt, "The Tiki Bar is Open," by John Hiatt, The Tiki Bar is Open.
25. Emmylou Harris, "Queen of the Silver Dollar," by Shel Silverstein, Piece of the Sky.
26. John Hartford, "Knockin' at Your Door," by Walter Alexander, Hamilton Ironworks.
27. Hot Tuna, "Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning," by Rev. Gary Davis, First Pull Up, Then Pull Down.
28. Denise Drake, "See Ya When I See Ya," by Denise Drake, Read My Lips. (Denise's CD is for sale on CD Baby...)

That's all folks. See ya next week from 9-11PM on www.coastradio.org.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane, March 3, 2009

And now for the second half of our show, Ladies and Gentlemen! (This new format is confusing at first! And I'm OLD!

17. Delbert McClinton, "Solid Gold Plated Fool," (Delbert McClinton), Honky Tonk 'n' Blues
18. Townes Van Zandt, "Dollar Bill Blues," (Townes Van Zandt), A Far Cry from Dead
19. The Duhks, "Sleepin' is all I Wanna Do," (Sarah Dugas), Fast Paced World
20. Trampled by Turtles, "Like an Empty House," (Trampled by Turtles), Trouble
21. Kristin Andreassen, "Crayola Doesn't Make a Color for Your Eyes," (Kristin Andreassen), Kiss Me Hello
22. Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, "Reflections of Lucy," (Fleck/ Lennon/ McCartney), Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Warner Brothers
23. Tom Waits, "Hope I Don't Fall in Love with You," (Tom Waits), The Early Years Vol. 2
24. Jolie Holland, "Springtime Can Kill You," (Jolie Holland), Springtime Can Kill You, Anti. Inc.
25. Tom Freund, "Mercury", (Tom Freund), Copper Moon
26. Langhorn Slim, "By the Time the Sun's Gone Down," (Langhorn Slim), When the Sun's Gone Down
27. K.D. Lang, "Walkin' In and Out of Your Arms," (K.D. Lang/ Ben Mink), Torch and Twang
28. Denise Drake, "See Ya When I See Ya," (Denise Drake), Read My Lips (Available at CDBaby)

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane... March 3, 2009

1. Kid Siegel, "Sweet Home on the Coast," (David "Kid" Siegel), Sweet Home on the Coast, Sleepy Owl Records

2. Rosie Ledet, "Sweet Baby Mine," (Rosie Ledet), Zydeco Sensation, Maison De Soul Records

3. Balfa Toujours, "Allons A Tepatate", Deux Voyages, Rounder Records

4.Jimmy Thackery and John Mooney, "I'll Come Running Back," (Sam Cook), Sideways in Paradise

5. Michelle Shocked, "Prodical Daughter/ Cotton Eyed Joe," Arkansas Traveler

6. Dallas Williams and Small Brown Guitar, "Bar Room Lament", bFranklin 31.

7. Little Feat and Friends (Emmylou Harris, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck), "Sailin' Shoes," (Lowell George,) Join the Band

8. The Be Good Tanyas, "Human Thing," (Frazey Ford), Hello Love

9. Tim O'Brien, "Get Out There and Dance," (Tim O'Brien), Chameleon

10. David Lindley, "Do you Wanna Dance," (Bobby Freeman), El-Rayo-X LIVE!)

11. John Prine (with Iris DeMent), "We're Not The Jet Set," (Bobby Braddock), In Spite of Ourselves, Oh Boy Records

12.The Duhks, "This Fall," (Sarah Dugas), Face Paced World

13. David Bromberg, "It Takes a Lot to Laugh--It Takes a Train to Cry," (Bob Dylan), Try Me One More Time

14. Broke Mountain, "Because I Can," (R. David), Cabin in the Hills

15. Eddie from Ohio, "From Dacca," (Michael Clem), Looking Out the Fishbowl

16. Cadillac Sky, "Insomniac Blues for Matthew," (Brian Simpson), Blind Man Walking