Route 78 West 3/15/2009 back
Show #412 Cod'ine


 track  artist, song-label, format

01     Onie Wheeler, Jump Right Out Of This Jukebox-Bear Family, CD (1959)
02     Neal Jones, Maybe Next Week Some Time-Cattle Records, LP (1954)
03     Ferlin Huskey, King Of A Lonely Castle-Capitol, 78
04     Sons Of The Pioneers, Side Walk Waltz-Cowboy Songs Records, LP (1934-35)
- break 10:14 am
05     Webb Pierce, I Heard My Mother Call My Name In Prayer-Krazy Kat, CD
06     Ted Daffan & His Texans, Trouble Keeps Hangin' Round My Door-Cowgirlboy, LP
07     Kitty Wells, Broken Marriage Vows-Bear Family, CD
08     Kitty Wells, What About You-Bear Family, CD
- break 10:28 am
09     Red Kirk, Can't Understand a Woman-Cattle Records, LP (Jerry Byrd on steel) **
10     Lil Green, Why Don't You Do Me Right?-Bluebird, 78 (B-8714A) (1941)
11     Red Kirk, Lose Your Blues-Cattle Records, LP
- break 10:40 am
12     Blue Mountain, Rain And Snow-Blue Mountain Music, CD
13     Donovan, Cod'ine-Sony, CD
- break 10:52 am
14     Buffy Sainte-Marie, Cod'ine-Mp3
15     Oakley Hall, Cod'ine-Amish, CD
16     Quicksilver Messenger Service, Cod'ine (rare, 1966) *** (John Cipolina, lead guitar)
- break 11:11 am
17     Quicksilver Messenger Service, Camero Radio Spot (rare)
18     The Charlatans, Cod'ine-CD (Pebbles Comp)
19     Graham Lindsey, Winterim-Spacebar, CD (2006)
20     The Shadows. Shotgun-Scamp, CD
21     The Sadies, Lay Down Your Arms-Yep Roc Records, CD
- break 11:27 am
22     Mark Olson & Gary Louris, Bloody Hands-New West, CD (new)
23     The Rolling Stones, Love In Vein (rare)
24     Mark Olson & Gary Louris, Turn Your Head Around-New West, CD
- break 11:43 am
25     Gabor Szarbo, Mizrab-CTI, LP (CTI-6026) *
26     Six Organs of Admittance, You Can Always See The Sun-Drag City, CD
- break 11:57 am
27     The Other Half, Mr. Pharmacist-Mp3 (more info)

Notes: *** is the hot trak. So many interesting songs today. Blue Mountain's, Rain and Snow is a great composition which many listeners may think to be new, but no... self released in 2001. And Lil Green's, Why Don't You Do Me Right?... classic and a money maker for Peggy Lee, but not for the Mississippi born artist. A solid two hours of music history spiced with a few new releases made for a good morning of music. Post show on Moe's Broadway Bagels patio... giant coffee and a bagel in hand. See you next week

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