Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane...

Welcome to a three-hour Cafe Vaquera! 9-Midnight tonight, as I fill in for part of the Juke Joint. Check out my new theme song by Teddy Deane and the Play-Rite Boys...

1. Lisa and Her Kin, "Jane's Place," by Lisa Miller, (Two Weeks in Texas.)
2. The Play-Rite Boys, "Calamity Jane Theme," by Teddy Deane.
3. Asylum Street Spankers, "Got My Mojo Workin'," by Preston Foster, (Mercurial.)
4. Sassparilla, "She Drinks Alone," by D. Franz, K. Blackwell, (Rumpus.)
5. Kasey Chambers, "We're All Gonna Die Someday," by Kasey Chambers, (The Captain.)
6. The Wiyos, "Green Bottle #6," by Teddy Weber, (Broken Land Bell.)
7. John Doe and the Sadies, "Help Me Make it Through the Night," by Kris Kristoferson, (Country Club.)
8. Daniel VanDyk, "Red Light Lover," by Daniel VanDyk, (Demo...)
9. Po'Girl, "9 Hours to Go," by Klein, Russell, Avery, (Home to You.)
10. Justin Townes Earle, "SomeDay I'll be Forgiven for This," by J.T. Earle, (Midnight at the Movies.)
11. Vetiver, "Another Reason to Go," by Andy Cabic, (Tight Knit.)
12. The Play-Rite Boys, "That Yellow Dog of Mine," by Teddy Deane, (So Far So Good.)
13. John Prine (and Emmylou Harris,) "I Know One," by Jack Clement, (In Spite of Ourselves.)
14. Jon Strider, "Best of Both Worlds," by Jon Strider, (White Wings.)
15. Crooked Still, "Undone in Sorrow," by Ola Belle Reed, (Still Crooked.)
16. Floating Glass Balls, "The Bramble and the Rose."
17. Eagle Ridin' Papas with Johnnie Ward, "Don't Put that Thing on Me," (Juke.Jug.Jass.Blues.Hokum.)
18. Lost Bayou Ramblers, "Freight Train Blues, " by Octa Clark, (Vermillionaire.)
19. The Avett Brothers, "Will You Return?" by Avett Brothers, (Emotionalism.)
20. Heather Christie, "Avenue," by Heather Christie, (Are You Willing??)
21. David Brombergy, "Levee Camp Moan," Traditional, (Try Me One More Time.)
22. Cancye Kane, "These Boots are Made for Walkin'," (Diva La Grande.)
23. Dan HIcks and the Hot Licks, "That''s the Smoke They're Blowin'," by Dan Hicks, (Selected Shorts.)
24. Michael Hurley, "O My Stars," by Michael Hurley, (Sweetkorn.)
25. Jolie Holland, "Mehitable's Blues," by Jolie Holland, (Springtime Can Kill You.)
26. Michael Hurley, "El Dorado," by Michael Hurley, (Live in Edinburgh.)
27. C.W. Stoneking, "The Love Me or Die," by C.W. Stoneking, (Jungle Blues.)
28. Rickie Lee Jones, "Coolsville," by Rickie Lee Jones, (Naked Songs.)
29. Sloan Wainwright, "Stand," (Sloan Wainwright.)
30. Tom Waits, "Please Call Me Baby," by Tom Waits, (The Heart of Saturday Night.)
31. The Play-Rite Boys with Teddy Deane, "Calamity Jane Theme," by Teddy Deane. (I couldn't resist playing it AGAIN!)
32. Ray Charles (and Bonnie Raitt,) "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?" by Billy Burnette and Michael Smotherman, (Genius Loves Company.)
33. Asylum Street Spankers, "Sugar in my Bowl," by Clarence Williams and Daily Small, Tim Brymn, (Mercural.)
34. J.J. Cale and Eric Clapton, "Sporting LIfe Blues," by Brownie McGhee, (Escondido.)
35. Fiona Boyes, "Drink to Your Health," by Fiona Boyes, (Sweet Jelly Roll.)
36. The Commitments, "I Can't Stand the Rain," by Donald Bryant, Ann Peebles, and Bernard Miller, (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.)
37. The Commitments, "Try a Little Tenderness," by Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell, and Reg Connelly, (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.)
38. Tom Waits, "The Heart of Saturday Night," by Tom Waits, (The Heart of Saturday Night.)
39. Billie Holiday, "God Bless the Child," by Holiday and Herzog, (Billie's Blues.)
40. Billie Holiday, "All of Me," by Simons and Marks, (All of Me.)
41. Zakiya Hooker, "New Orleans Rain," by Doug Duffey, (Flavors of the Blues.)
42. Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, "You're Gonna Get It," by Bosco Mann, (Naturally.)
43. Etta James, "Stop the Wedding," by Pearl Woods, Leroy Kirkland, and Freddy Johnson, (Her Best.)
44. Candye Kane, "Gifted in the Ways of Love," by Candye Kane and Jack Tehrchin, (Diva La Grande.)
45. Charlie Musselwhite, "Rank Strangers to Me," by Albert E. Brumley, (One Night in America.)
46. Denise Drake, "See Ya When I See Ya," by Denise Drake, (Read My Lips.)

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