|track artist, song-label, format|
| 01 Johnny Cash, You
Win Again-Bear Family, CD
02 Lattie Moore, What Am I Suppose To Do-Westside, CD
03 Spade Cooley, Steel Guitar Rag-Columbia, LP
04 Lattie Moore, A Brand New Case Of You-Westside, CD
- break 10:12 am
05 Foy Willing, Across The Alley From The Alamo (Radio Transcription)
06 Hi-Flyers, Alamo Polka-Krazy Kat, CD
07 Spade Cooley, Detour-Columbia, LP
08 Duane Eddy, Detour-Sundazed, CD
- break 10:23 am
09 F. DeMasi, C'e Sartana... Vendi La Pistola E Comprati La Bara-Dagored, LP
10 Jerry Cole And His Spacemen, Midnight Surfer-Sundazed, CD
11 Horace Heller, Ed's Place-CD
12 Jim Waller And The Deltas, Latina-Sundazed, CD (hot surf trak)
- break 10:38 am
13 Stefan Grossman, House Carpenter-Transatlantic Records, LP (1969)
14 Oakley Hall, House Carpenter-Brah, CD
15 Fairport Convention, Flowers Of The Forest-A&M, LP
16 Sandy Bull, Carnival Jump-Vanguard, LP
17 John Fahey, Sunny Side Of The Ocean-Revenant, CD
- break 11:07 am
18 The Moe Greene Specials, Maplewood Drive-Greene Cookie, CD
19 Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter, Made Of Wood-Barsuk Records, CD
20 The Dexateens, Coal Mine Lung-Estrus, CD
21 Dolorean, Violence in the Snowy Fields-Yep Roc, CD
- break 11:00 am
22 The Dexateens, Take Me To The Speedway-Estrus, CD
23 The Band, When You Awake
24 I See Hawks In LA, Motorcycle MaMa-Western Seeds, CD
25 Drive-By Truckers, Like A Rolling Stone-New West, CD
26 Bob Dylan, Tom Thumb's Blues-Columbia, CD
- break 11:58 am
Ukulele Loki popped through the studio door, "Before on time,"
as Jeff put it! 9:59 a.m. by the clock. One minute early! Possibly a New
Year's resolution? Jefferson held a sketchy penciled play list and just
after Johnny Cash had the three next traks in the players. The selections
wore smoothly till Duane Eddy... clink, clink, clink. 10:23 a.m. brought
a resurrection of the Spaghetti Western set which concluded with the hot
trak, "Latina," by Jim Waller And The Deltas. Sorry, nothing available
about this artist.
Jeff constructed a nice Folk ala World set with some of my favorites... Fahey, Sandy Bull and Oakley Hall. The phone lit up. I played a few traks by my new favorites, The Dexateens, and Jeff countered with The Band and Bob Dylan. The show went as fast as Uncle Jeff's heart was beating... prob 100 beats per minute. Watch out for the explosion!
The Trash Lunch Hour took over and Jeff, Loki and I sat conversing and listening to Johnny's show. Something seemed different to me. I guess it's a new year and new things are on the mind. The conference ended and we went onward. A sunny, warm winter patio lunch at Mustard's Last Stand hit the spot. Sun and food... go away icy cold winter despair!
Conditions on the road to the city were a bit choppy with gusty wind wisps of white and trucks in the ditch near the nuclear factory of lies. I barely noticed cause my old truck drove itself while mp3s rattled my mind and coffee entered the system. Smile.
Plan to see Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter open for Sparklehorse on February 17th at the Gothic Theathre. Show presented by Live Nation & Radio 1190.
Due to technical difficulties the show can only be downloaded as 2 one hour mp3s. Darn those frickin' recorder malfunctions.