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.)

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