The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
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by Jesse Walker

Sunday, August 31, 2008
BACK TO THE ETHER: Officially, when I was a student at Michigan, I majored in history. In practice, I majored in the campus radio station and minored in the campus newspaper. Yesterday I got to DJ at that station again, sitting in for 90 minutes on
WCBN's weekly Down-Home Show.

Playlist:

Merle Haggard: Brain Cloudy Blues
Sir Douglas Quintet: Tortilla Flats
Freddy Fender: Big Boss Man
Jerry Reed: Guitar Man
Bobby Womack: Tarnished Rings
Pointer Sisters: Fairy Tale
Sammi Smith: A Woman Left Lonely
George Jones: Color of the Blues
Karen Dalton: Take Me
Johnny Paycheck: Ballad of Frisco Bay
Steve Goodman: Donald and Lydia
John Prine: Dear Abby
Willie Nelson: Kneel at the Feet of Jesus
The Hombres: Let it Out (Let it All Hang Out)
John D. Loudermilk: Going to Hell on a Sled
Etta James: Almost Persuaded
Don Walser: Big Blue Diamonds
Tift Merritt & The Two Dollar Pistols: We Had It All
Gamble Rogers: Honky Tonk Heroes
Tony Joe White: High Sheriff of Calhoun Parish
Larry Jon Wilson: Sheldon Church Yard
Charlie Rich: Don't Put No Headstone on My Grave
Tom T. Hall: Ballad of Forty Dollars
Leo Kottke: Cripple Creek


posted by Jesse 11:38 PM
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