Route 78 West 1/11/2009 back
Show #404 The Slurring Of Time


 track  artist, song-label, format
  01     Arlie Duff, Y'all Come-Castle, LP
02     Pete Stamper, The Ring I Gave Her-Castle, LP
03     Ray Price, If You Don't Somebody Else Will-Castle, LP
04     Wynn Stewart, It Just Tears Me Up-Bear Family, LP
05     Jeanie Shephard, Two Hoots and A Holler-Castle, LP
06     Karl & Hardy, What's Wrong With The Women Today-Interstate, CD
- break 10:17 am
07     Elgar's Creole Orchestra, Nightmare-Classic Blues, CD
08     Delmore Brothers, Browns Ferry Blues-Old Homestead, LP
09     Porter Wagner, Trademark-Castle, LP
10     Spencer, The Arkansas Traveler-Edison, Wax Cylinder
- break 10:32 am
11     George Jones, Relief is Just a Swallow Away-PolyGram Records, CD
12     Billy Walker, I'm A Fool To Care-Castle, LP
13     Gillian Welch, My Morphine-Almo, CD
14     Lefty Frizzell, Sin Will Be the Chaser for the Wine-Bear Family, CD
15     Hank Williams, Pan American- Mercury, LP
- break 10:53 am
16     Malvina Reynolds, Little Boxes-Smithsonian, CD
17     Fred Eaglesmith, Mrs. Hank Williams-Sawdust, CD
18     Jimmy Work, Making Believe-Bear Family, LP
19     Drive-By Truckers, The Open Act-New West, CD
- break 11:13 am
20     Hank Williams III, Stoned and Alone-Sidewalk Records, CD (for Jay)
21     Pink Floyd, Circus Minor-Starline, LP
22     Red Cloud West, Room Full Of Folks-World Industries, CD (2003)
23     Neil Young, Broken Arrow-Reprise, CD
- break 11:42 am
24     Hot Tuna, Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning-RCA, LP (for Charles)
25     Tone Anglers, Raga for Banjo and Guitar in C (unreleased)
Notes: Today's show began with a slew of old and unknown songs, then wound down in sets of tunes you probably never thought you would hear played next to each other. Even in my sickly condition I was tapping my foot and checking the internet for any details I could find on the artists. Plenty of gulps of hot tea and warm blankets held me through the show. Sorry, but no marg's for Jay today, just naps.

Make sure to listen to Route 78 West on January 25th. That's the show our friend Marc will be in the broadcast studio playing circa 1900 cylinders on his Triumph Record Player. It's been about a year since Marc first introduced us to his collection of music and we are eager to hear the new songs he has collected since then. Do not miss it.

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