Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane... 3-HOUR Special!

Three hours in the Cafe Vaquera alone with Calamity Jane. Hey, it's an opportunity to draw ideas for my new yard-scape!

1. Teddy Deane and the Play-Rite Boys, "Calamity Jane Theme," by Teddy Deane.
2. Jeffrey Frederick and the Clamtones, "Honolulu," by Jeffrey Frederick, (Clamtones BC.)
3. Christine Lavin, "Cold Pizza," by Christine Lavin, (Cold Pizza for Breakfast.)
4. Sam Bush, "Howlin' at the Moon," by James L. Ratis/ John McEuen, (Howlin' at the Moon.)
5. Infamous Stringdusters, "Get it While You Can," by Edward D. Barnes, (Infamous Stringdusters.)
6. Iris DeMent, "Hobo Bill's Last Ride," by Jimmie Rodgers, (The Songs of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute.)
7. Lex Browning, "This Too Shall Pass," by Lex Browning, (Good Rain.)
8. Martin Simpson, "Forgotten the Blues," unknown, (LIVE at the Holywell Music Room, Oxford.)
9. The Greencards, "The Ghost of Who We Were," by Carol Young/ Jedd Hughes," (Weather and Water.)
10. Doc Watson and David Grisman, "Sweet Georgia Brown," by Pinckard, Casey, Bernie, (Doc & Dawg.)
11. Junior Brown, "Coconut Island," by J. Brown, (12 Shades of Brown.)
12. R. Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenaders, "Hano Hano Hawaii," by Kealoha, (Singing in the Bathtub.)
13. Swingline Cubs, "Green Door," by Bob Davie/ Marvin Moore, (In Full Swing.)
14. Asylum Street Spankers, "Since I've Met You Baby," by Ivory Joe Hunter, (Mercurial.)
15. Holly Cole, "The Heart of Saturday Night," by Tom Waits, (Temptation.)
16. C.W. Stoneking, "Jungle Blues," by C.W. Stoneking, (Jungle Blues.)
17. Sheila Wilcoxson, "Bad Sport Blues," by Alan Hager, (Backwater Blues.)
18. Hot Tuna, "Candy Man," by Rev. Gary Davis, (First Pull Up--Then Pull Down.)
19. Dolly Ranchers, "Too Drunk to go Home," by Sarah-Jane Moody/ Marisa Anderson, (Ten O'Clock Bird.)
20. David Lindley, "She Took Off my Romeos," by Bob "Frizz" Fuller, (El-Rayo-X.)
21. Grateful Dead, "Mama Tried," by Merle Haggard, (Grateful Dead.)
22. Bob Dylan, "If You See Her Say Hello," by Bob Dylan, (Blood on the Tracks.)
23. Bonnie Raitt, "Love Has No Pride," by Eric Kaz/ Libby Titus, (Collection.)
24. Railroad Earth, "Colorado," by Todd Sheaffer/ Andy Goessing, (The Black Bear Sessions.)
25. The Waifs, "Lies," by J. Cunningham, (Sink or Swim.)
26. Trampled by Turtles, "Like An Empty House," by Dave Simonett, (Trouble.)
27. Bob Dylan, "My Wife's Hometown," by Bob Dylan, (Together Through Life.)
28. The Du-Tels, "VooDoo Queen Marie," by (?) Peter Stampfel, (No Knowledge of Music Required.)
29. Michael Hurley, UNHoly Modal Rounders, Jeffrey Frederick and the Clamtones, "HooDoo Bash," by Antonia, (Have Moicy!)
30. Ry Cooder, "Smack Dab in the Middle," by Charles E. Calhoun, (River Rescue.)
31. Marva Wright, "Nothing Takes the Place of You," by Toussaint McCall/ Patrick Robinson, (Heartbreakin' Woman.)
32. Tom Waits, "Drunk on the Moon," by Tom Waits, (The Heart of Saturday Night.)
33. Dr. John (Featuring Randy Newman), "I Ate Up the Apple Tree," by Dave Williams, (N'Awlinz--Dis Dat orD'Udda.)
34. Maria Muldaur, "Louisiana Love Call," by M. Grebb, (Louisiana Love Call.)
35. Van Morrison, "There Stands the Glass," by Alice Gresham/ Russ Hull/ Mary Jane Shurtz, (Pay the Devil.)
36. Langhorn Slim, "By theTime the Suns Gone Down," by Langhorn Slim, (The Suns Gone Down.)
37. Charliei Musselwhite, "Rank Strangers to Me," by Albert E. Brumley, (One Night in America.)
38. Les Paul and Mary Ford, "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams," by T. Koehler, (The Fabulous Les Paul and Mary Ford.)
39. Leon Redbone, "The One Rose," by Del Lyon/ Lani McIntire, (Champagne Charlie.)
40. Queen Ida, "I Can See Clearly Now," by Johnny Nash, (Mardi Gras!)
41. Professor Longhair, "It's My Fault Darling," by (?) Professor Longhair, (Crawfish Fiesta.)
42. Coco Robicheaux, "Juanita," by Coco Robicheaux, (Louisiana Medicine Man.)
43. Denise Drake, "See Ya When I See Ya," by Denise Drake, (Read My Lips.)

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Cafe Vaquera

Howdy. Welcome to the Cafe Vaquera! Last weekend I took in the Rod Run in Ocean Park, WA, so I'm all hyped up about classic cars and lots of METAL! Tonight's show is heavily influenced by CARS! I LOVE CARS! See ya on the car radio. CJ

1. The Play-Rite Boys, "Calamity Jane Theme," by Teddy Deane, www.teddydeane.com
2. Ry Cooder, "Crazy 'Bout an Automobile," by William R. Emerson, (Borderline/ WB1980.)
3. Swingline Cubs, "Studebaker Joe," by Teddy Deane, (In Full Swing, 1999.)
4. Michael Hurley, "Your Old Gearbox," by Michael Hurley, (Live in Edinburgh/ Snocko Music 1999.)
5. Fred Eaglesmith, "Mighty Big Car," by Fred Eaglesmith, (50-Odd Dollars/ Razor & Tie 1999.)
6. Stillbillies, "Big Black Car," by The Stillbillies, (Armed and Hammered/ Craptone Records 2009.)
7. Josie Kreuzer, "Just Passingi Through Your Heart," by Josie Kreuzer, (As-Is/ She Devil Music 1999.)
8. Lisa and Her Kin, "Truck Stop Lovin'," by Ian Miller/ Lisa Miller, (Chicken Shack/ Miller High-Life 2007.)
9. The Infamous Stringdusters, "Won't Be Coming Back," by Travis Book, (The Infamous Stringdusters/ Sugar Hill Records 2008.)
10. Rickie Lee Jones, "Last Chance Texaco," by Rickie Lee Jones, (Live and Acoustic/ Naked Songs/ Reprise 2995.)
11. Wayne Hancock, "Route 66," by B. Troup, (Swing Time/ Bloodshot Records 2003.)
12. Lucinda Williams, "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road," by Lucinda Williams, (Car Wheels on a Gravel Road/ Mercury 1998.)
13. Taj Mahal, "Mercedes," by Joplin/ McClure/ Neuwirth, (Blues Down Deep: Songs of Janis Joplin/ House of Blues.)
14. Eddie from Ohio, "Number Six Driver," by Schaefer, (Quick/ Virginia Soul 2001.)
15. Drew Emmitt, "All Night Ride," by Emmitt/Galloway, (Across the Bridge/ Compass 2005.)
16. Erica Wheeler, "Sober Harley Guys," by Erica Wheeler, (The Harvest/ Signature Sounds 1996.)
17. Willie Nelson & Leon Russell, "One for My Baby and One More for the Road," by Harlen/ J.H. Mercer, (One for the Road/ CBS 1979.)
18. Lucy Kaplansky, "Love is the Ride," by Lucy Kaplansky, (Flesh and Bone/ Red House Records 1996.)
19. Justin Townes Earle, "Ain't Glad I'm Leaving," by J.T. Earle, (The Good Life/ Bloodshot 2008.)
20. Iris De Ment (with Delbert McClinton,) "Trouble," by Iris DeMent/Elmer McCall, (The Way I Should/ Warner Brothers 1996.)
21. Johnny Cash, "I've Been Everywhere," by Johnny Cash, (Unchained/ American Recordings 1994.)
22. Cynthia Gayneau, "Blue Highway," by Cynthia Gayneau, (Blue Highway/ Botte Music 1996.)
23. Sam Bush, "On the Road," by John Hartford, (Laps in Seven/ Sugar Hill 2006.)
24. Walter Bodega Band, "Drivin' on 9," by D. Leone/ S. Hickoff, (Walter Bodega/ 1998/ www.walterbodega.bc.ca.)
25. The Waifs, "Highway 1," by D. Simpson, (Up All Night/ Compass-Jarrah 2003.)
26. Austin Lounge Lizards, "Hey, Little Minivan," (Employee of the Month/ Sugar Hill 1998.)
27. Kid Siegel, "Highway 101," by David "Kid" Siegel, (Sweet Home on the Coast/ Sleepy Owl 2000.)
28. Infamous Stringdusters, "Golden Ticket," by Jesse Cobb, (The Infamous Stringdusters/ Sugar Hill 2008.)
29. Michael Hurley, "Drivin' Wheel," by Michael Hurley, (Have Moicy! / Rounder 1976.)
30. Denise Drake, "See You When I See You," by Denise Drake, (Read My Lips/ Smokin' Mamma Music."

Monday, September 14, 2009

I am donating this painting to the River Keeper's auction taking place on October 3rd.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Friday Folk with Calamity Jane

I sat in for Albert on Friday Folk on Sept. 11, 2009. That show is 10AM-Noon, and covers a wide range of loosely categorized "Folk." Music of the folks? All kinds of folk. Folkin' A!

1. Kristin Andreassen, "Crayola Doesn't Make a Color for your Eyes," by Kristin Andreassen, (Kiss Me Hello.)
2. Michael Hurley, "I Paint A Design," by Michael Hurley, (Wolfways.)
3. Austin Lounge Lizards, "The dogs, They Really Miss You," by Hank Card/ Kristen Nelso Card, (Employee of the Month.)
4. The Amazing Rhuthm Aces, "Third Rate Romance," by R. Smith, (Ride Again.)
5. Tish Hinojosa, "El Vaquero," by Tish Hinojosa, (Culture Swing.)
6. Simon Lynge, "London Town," by Simon Lynge, (A Beautiful Way To Drown.)
7. Salamander Crossing, "Passion Train," by Jeff Kelliher, (Passion Train.)
8. Martin Sexton, "Freedom of the Road," by Martin Sexton, (Black Sheep.)
9. Emmylou Harris, "Queen of the Silver Dollar," by Shel Silverman, (Pieces of the Sky.)
10. Pine Valley Cosmonauts, "Across the Alley from the Alamo," by J. Greene, (The Majesty of Bob Wills.)
11. Justin Townes Earle, "Black Eyed Suzy," by J.T. Earle, (Midnight at the Movies.)
12. Iris DeMent, "Easy's Gettin' Harder Every Day," by Iris DeMent, (My Life.)
13. Darrell Scott, "Nobody Eats at Linebaugh's Anymore," by John Hartford, (Modern Hymns.)
14. John Doe and The Sadies, "A Fool Such as I," by Carl Belew, (Country Club.)
15. Erin McKeown, "La Petite Mort," by Erin McKeown, (Distillation.)
16. Leo Kottke, "Louise," by Paul Siebel, (Greenhouse.)

James Faretheewell visited me live on Friday Folk. He is a singer/songwriter from Portland, Oregon, and was playing in the area that night. We had a nice on-air chat and he played two songs on his lovely Martin guitar.

17. Trashcan Joe, "Rehabilitation," by Capt. James Cook, (Real Life.)
18. The Waifs, "Bridal Train," by The Waifs, (A Brief History.)
19. Brian Joseph, "We're Gonna Laugh," by Brian Joseph, "We're Gonna Laugh."
20. Kasey Chambers, "A Little Bit Lonesome," by Kasey Chambers, (Barricades and Brickwalls.)
21. Fred Eaglesmith, "Spookin' the Horses," by Fred Eaglesmith, (Lipstick Lies and Gasoline.)
22. Cynthia Gayneau, "The Way You Call Me Baby," by Cynthia Gayneau, (Blue Highway.)
23. Sam Bush, "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," by Albert VonTilzer/ Jack Norworth, (Howlin' at the Moon.)

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane

Fisherpoet Geno Leech and Calamity Jane.... (Self-Portrait) in front of the Tillicum House.

1. The Play-Rite Boys, "Calamity Jane Theme," by Teddy Deane. (www.teddydeane.com)
2. Jon Campbell, "Piracy," by Jon Campbell, (Keep on Fishin'.)
3. Jimmy Buffett, "A Pirate Looks at Forty," by Jimmy Buffett, (Jimmy Buffett.)
4. Geno Leech, "Quonset Hut," a poem by Jon Campbell. (recorded TODAY in KMUN studios.)
5. Jon Campbell, "Frederick's of Galillee," by Jon Campbell, (Keep on Fishin'.)
6. Christine Lavin, "I've Been Living on Milk and Cookies," by Christine Lavin, (Absolutely LIVE!)
7. Freak Mountain Ramblers, "They All Asked for You," by The Meters, (Flexible.) www.freakmountain.com
8. Be Good Tanyas, "Out of the Wilderness," Traditional, (Hello Love.)
9. Langhorn Slim, "She's Gone," by Langhorn Slim, (Langhorn Slim and the War Eagles.)
10. Rachel Browning, "No Regrets," by Rachel Browning, (Good Thing Going.)
11. The Handsome Family, "After We Shot The Grizzly," by Rennie Sparks/ Brett Sparks, (Last Days of Wonder.)
12. Judith Edelman, "Good Day, There it Goes," by Judith Edelman, (Drama Queen.)
13. Tom Freund, "I Don't Want to Wait," by Tom Freund, (Copper Moon.)
14. Rickie Lee Jones, "Comin' Back to Me," by Marty Balin, (Pop Pop.)
15. Bob Dylan, "I Feel a Change Comin' On," by Bob Dylan, (Together Through Life.)
16. Jimmy Buffett, "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes," by Jimmy Buffett, (Jimmy Buffett.)
17. Geno Leech, "I Miss the Fish, But I Don't Miss the Fishing," A Poem by Geno Leech, Fisherpoets 2003.
18. John Van Amerongen, "Last Trollers Waltz," by John Van Amerongen, Fisherpoets 2003.
19. Lyle Lovett, "If I Had a Boat," by Lyle Lovett, (Pontiac.)
20. Crooked Still, "Captain, Captain," by Rebecca King Jones, (Still Crooked.)
21. Jorma Kaukonen, "Preachin' on the Old Campground," by Mississippi John Hurt, (River of Time.)
22. The Wayward Members of the Mudbay Jug Band, "Gimme Back My Wig," by Samuel Hopkins, (Blues in a Bottle.)
23. Kim Lenz, "Kiss and Tell Baby," by Kim Lenz, (Kim Lenz and Her Jaguars.)
24. Little Feat and Friends (Brooks and Dunn,) "Willin'," by Lowell George, (Join the Band.)
25. David Lindley and Wally Ingram, "Methlab Boyfriend," by David Lindley, (Twango Bango II.)
26. Asylum Street Spanker, "Funnel of Love," by C. McCoy/ K. Westberry, (Hard-Headed Woman: A Celebration of Wanda Jackson.)
27. K.D. Lang, "Pullin' Back the Reins," by K.D. Lang/ Ben Mink, (Torch and Twang.)
28. Aaron Neville, "Why Should I Be Lonely," by Jimmie Rodgers, (The Songs of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute.)
29. Freak Mountain Ramblers, "I Shall Rise," by Lex Browning, (Flexible.)
30. The Handsome Family, "Bowling Alley Bar," by Rennie Sparks/ Brett Sparks, (Last Days of Wonder.)
31. Langhorn Slim, "Diamonds and Gold," by Langhorn Slim, (Langhorn Slim and the War Eagles.)
32. Jerry Douglas, "In the Sweet By and By," Traditional, (Lookout for Hope.)
33. Denise Drake, "See You When I See You," by Denise Drake, (Read My Lips.)

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane

Today I'm recording Fisherpoet Geno Leech doing Fisherpoet Jon Campbell's poem, "Quonset Hut." I'll play it for you on Cafe Vaquera. I have always wanted a Quonset Hut in which to live and work! This one is in Portland, OR.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Cafe Vaquera with Calamity Jane

Gee, September 1, already. I do love FALL, however. The tourists go home. The kiddies go back to school. We can get in and out of Astoria without sitting in a dude-string. And KMUN sings on!

1. Teddy Deane and the Play-Rite Boys, "Calamity Jane Theme," by Teddy Deane.
2. Erica Wheeler, "Autumn," by Erica Wheeler, (The Harvest.)
3. Delbert McClinton, "When Rita Leaves," by Delbert McClinton, (Nothing Personal.)
4. Cowboy Junkies, "Sad to See the Season Go," by Michael Timmins, (Rarities, B-Sides and Slow, Sad Waltzes.)
5. Colorblind James Experience, "Call of the Wild," by Colorblind James, (Call of the Wild.)
6. Michael Hurley, UnHoly Modal Rounders, Jeffrey Frederick and the Clamtones, "Midnight in Paris," by Con Conrad and Herb Magidson, (HAVE MOICY!)
7. The Countrypolitians, "Instant Love," by Elisabeth Ames, Geoff Clarkson, and Roger Conley, (Tired of Drowning.)
8. Fred Eaglesmith, "Crazier," by Fred Eaglesmith, (50-Odd Dollars.)
9. Anne Weiss, "Fall," by Anne Weiss, (Concrete World and the Lover's Dream.)
10. Jim Lauderdale with Donna the Buffalo, "Sapphire," by Jim Lauderdale, (Wait 'Til Spring.)
11. Mary Gauthier, "Between the Daylight and the Dark," by Mary Gauthier, (Between Daylight and Dark.)
12. Cowboy Junkies, "If You Gotta Go Go Now," by Bob Dylan, (Rarities, B-Sides and Slow, Sad Waltzes.)
13. The Byrds, "Turn Turn Turn!" by Pete Seeger and Book of Ecclesiastes, (The Essential Byrds.)
14. Tom Waits, "New Coat of Paint," by Tom Waits, (The Heart of Saturday Night.)
15. Ray Charles with Nora Jones, "Here We Go Again," by Russell Steagall, Don Lanier, (Genius Loves Company.)
16. Eva Cassidy, "Autumn Leaves," by Johnny Mercer, Joseph Kozma, Jacques Prevert, (Songbird.)
17. Vetiver, "At Forest Edge," by Andy Cabic, (Tight Knit.)
18. Neil Young, "Harvest," by Neil Young, (Harvest.)
19. The Flatlanders, "Down in the Light of the Melon Moon," by Butch Hancock, Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, (Now Again.)
20. Willie Nelson, "Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia," by Jimmie Rodgers, (The Songs of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute.)
21. Little Feat with Emmylou Harris, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, "Sailin' Shoes," by Lowell George, (Join the Band.)
22. Bob Dylan, "The Times They Are A-Changin'," by Bob Dylan, (Unplugged- MTV.)
23. Carole King, "Smackwater Jack," by Gerry Goffin, Carole King, (Tapestry.)
24. Van Morrison, "'Til I Gain Control Again," by Rodney Crowell, (Pay the Devil.)
25. Paul Black, "Down on Me," by J. Joplin, (House of Blues: Songs of Janis Joplin.)
26. The Wood Brothers, "Time to Stand Still," by Oliver Wood, (Ways Not to Lose.)
27. Fleetwood Mac, "Bare Trees," by D. Kirwan, (Bare Trees.)
28. Tom Waits, "San Diego Serenade," by Tom Waits, (The Heart of Saturday Night.)
29. Denise Drake, "See You When I See You," by Denise Drake, (Read My Lips.)