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Monthly Archives: March 2011

DJ: Bruce

  1. “I Feel Better All Over” – Ferlin Husky – Country Hit Parade 1955 [Dynamic]
  2. “500 Miles Away From Home” – Bobby Bare – Classic Country [BMG: 1963]
  3. “Alabam” – Cowboy Copas – Classic Country [1960]
  4. “Byrdgrass” – Byrds – Byrdmaniax [1971]
  5. “Four or Five Times” – Monarch jazz – Virginia Roots [Outhouse: (1929)]
  6. “Katy Did” – lowe Stokes – Hell Broke L:oose in Georgia lp [County: 1929]
  7. “Booth Shot Lincoln” – Tony Trischka – World Turning [Rounder: 1993]
    Kenney Kesek violin
  8. “Gone” – Ferlin Husky – Country Hit Parade 1957 [Dynamic]
  9. “Pama Sti Honolulu” – Bezoz Hawaiian Orchestra – It’s Hotter in Hawaii CD C [JSP]
  10. “Ladies of Refinement” – Tony Trischka – World Turning
    Van Dyke Parks lyrics and vocals
  11. “Casey Jones Union Scab” – Pete Seeger – Compilation – Classic Labor Songs [Smithsonian: 2006]
  12. “The Story of Hamlet” {Joe Hill} – Richard Thompson – RT – Life and Work of [Free Reed Records: 2006]
  13. “Liza Forever Minnelli” – Mountain Goats – All Eternals Deck [Merge: 2011]
  14. “Mambo El Soudani” – Salamat – Mambo El Soudani [Piranha: 1993]
    For Eliz. Taylor as ‘Cleopatra’
  15. “Nu soul makossa” – Les Nubians – Nu Revolution [Shanachie: 2011]
  16. “Topknot” – Cornershop – Corner and the Double O Groove [Ample Play: 2011]
    Voice, Fiddle, drums
  17. “Praise song” – Nasiru Garbasaku – Traditions of the Emirate of Kano [Inedit: 2006]
  18. “Darda Marya” – Wadali Brothers – Compilation Sufis at the Cinema – 50 years of Bollywood Qawwali [Times Square: 2011]
  19. “Laru Beya” – Aurelio – Laru Beya [Subpop: 2001]
  20. “Chehra Chhupa Liya” – Asha Bhosle, Salma Agha, Mahendra Kapoor

 

DJ: David

I talked over Take Five, from Dave Brubeck’s Time Out (RIP joe Morrello ) and Lou Reed’s Metal Machine Music (happy belated birthday,Lou)

  1. “High Water Everywhere, Part 1” – Charlie Patton – People Take Warning
    Our thoughts go out to the people in Japan
  2. “High Water (for Charley Patton)” – Bob Dylan – Love and Theft
  3. “Natural Forces” – Lyle Lovett – Natural Forces
  4. “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” – Marshall Chapman – Big Lonesome
  5. “Forget-Me-Knot” – Jack Hardy – Fast Folk
    RIPJack
  6. “Gone” – Ferlin Husky – You Tube
    RIP Ferlin Husky
  7. “DeDeDinah” – Frankie Avalon – You Tube
    RIP Bob Marcucci, who called this song the worst he’d ever heard
  8. “Purple Haze” – Kronos Quartet – Kronos Quartet
    RIP Owsley Stanley, here’s hoping his last trip is a good one
  9. “Men of Good Fortune” – Lou Reed – Animal Serenade
  10. “Deanna” – Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Tender Prey
  11. “Streetcake” – New York Dolls – Dancing Backward in High Heels
  12. “Nice to be Dead” – Iggy Pop – Preliminaires
  13. “Imaginary Man” – Ray Davies – Working Man’s Cafe
  14. “The Losing Kind” – John Doe – Forever Hasn’t Happened Yet
  15. “You Can Never Hold Back Spring” – Tom Waits – Brawlers. Bawlers & Bastards
  16. “Eanair” – Lunasa – Lunasa
  17. “Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves” – Dervish – Travelling Show
  18. “I’m Shipping Up to Boston” – Dropkick Murphys – Live in Landsdowne
  19. “Thousands are Sailing” – The Pogues – If I Should Fall From Grace With God

DJ: Bruce

Coming close on the heels of St. Patrick’s Day, March 25th 2011 promises to be one of the most memorable dates in the history of traditional Irish music in Central Virginia in many years as two of the highest rated bands in the genre, Lunasa and Dervish, hit the stage of the Jefferson Theater on the same night. Lunasa, with their groundbreaking musical arrangements and the hilarious patter of frontman Kevin Crawford, have been named “Performers of the Decade” by liveireland.com, whilst Dervish, with 21 years of touring the world under their belt performing in front of crowds as large as two hundred and forty thousand, can easily lay claim to being one of the all-time greats in Celtic music. To top it all, all proceeds from this concert will benefit the South Sudanese humanitarian educational organization “Hope for Ariang” founded by ‘lost boy’ Gabriel Bol Deng. Adding to the fundraising potential, a major donor has agreed to match all premium ticket sales dollar for dollar. This night to remember is proudly presented by “Stand Up Charlottesville III” and radio station WTJU 91.1FM.
Sunset Road’s Pete Marshall joins Bruce to talk about the upcoming concert and the cause it supports.
  1. “Nothin’ to It” – The Byrds/Early Scrugs – There is a Season [1971]
  2. “Drink Up and Go Home” – Carl Perkins – Sun Country vol 2
  3. “the Deighton Family” {Charlie Feathers} – I forgot to Remember to Forget – Rolling Home [Green Linnet]
  4. “Next Time the Sun comes Around” – Medicine Head – New Bottles Old Medicine [Cherry Red: 1970]
    Originally released on Dandelion, John Peel’s label
  5. “Land of Diana” – Freeborne – Compilation- Heavy Dose of Lyte Psych [Aarf Aarf.: 1968]
    Boston band with a very young Bob Margolin playing Guitar
  6. “Arms Dealers Daughter” – Shooglenifty – Arms Dealer’s Daughter [2003]
  7. “Ryestraw” – Lunasa – La Nua [Lunasa: 2010]
  8. “The Merry Sisters of Fate” – Lunasa – The Merry Sisters of Fate [Green Linnet: 2001]
  9. “Gypsies, Tramps, and thieves” – Dervish – Travelling Show [Whrling: 2007]
  10. “John Blessings” – Dervish – From Stage to Stage [Whirling Discs: 2011]
  11. “Ava Hedat” – Iness Mezel – Yedfel [Silex: 1999]
  12. “Pearls Droppin gontothe Jade Plate” – Anna Guo – World is China [Starbucks: 2011]
  13. “Dedang Sia” – ? – Compilation South Sulawesi Strings [Smithsonian]
    violin duo
  14. “Igumwe Version” – Chebli – Swahili songs [Evasion: 1998]
    from the comores islands
  15. “Cam Stack & Crank Handle Remix” – Graham Reynolds – The Difference Engine [Inova/American Composers Union: 2011]
  16. “Green Passport” – Modenine – Compilation – Songs about Leaving Africa [Out Here: 2010]
  17. “Anush Garun” – Gevorg Dabaghyan – Miniatures [Traditional Crossroads: 2002]

DJ: David

  1. “Boots of Spanish Leather” – Bob Dylan – The Times They Are a Changin’
    RIP Suze Rotolo
  2. “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright” – Bob Dylan – Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan
  3. “Ballad in Plain D” – Bob Dylan – Another Side of Bob Dylan
  4. “One Too Many Mornings” – Johnny Cash – Bootleg Vol. 2
  5. “Tomorrow is a Long Time” – Judy Collins – Fifth Album
  6. “I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night” – The Electric Prunes – You Tube
    RIP Mark Tulin
  7. “A Blues Tribute” – Eddie Kirkland and Foghat – You Tube
    RIP Eddie Kirkland
  8. “The Natural” – Randy Newman – Guilty:30 Years of Randy Newman
    RIP Duke Snider, Greg Goosen, Wally Yonamine
  9. “Ain’t There Anyone Here for Love” – Jane Russell – You Tube
    RIP Jane Russell
  10. “New York Rhapsody” – Eugene Fodor – SCTV
    RIP Eugene Fodor
  11. “The Back Nine” – Loudon Wainwright – More Love Songs
    RIP Frank Chirkinian
  12. “Seeing Black” – Lucinda Williams – Blessed
  13. “Flirted With You All My Life” – Cowboy Junkies – Demons
  14. “Rips in the Fabric” – Vic Chesnutt – Skitter on Take-Off
  15. “Hey Jude” – Don Ellis – Don Ellis at Fillmore

I talked over “I Believe in You” by Jewels & Binoculars from their album Ships with Tatooed Sales and “March” by Joshua Redman from his album Compass


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