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by Jesse Walker

Wednesday, January 28, 2009
THIS WEEK'S FOLLIES: The playlist from yesterday's radio show:

Howard Tate: Glad I Knew Better
Ray Charles: Eleanor Rigby
Candi Staton: His Hands
The Five Blind Boys of Alabama: Bridge Over Troubled Water
Solomon Burke: Take Me Just As I Am/I Can't Stop Loving You
Ann Peebles: Walk Away
Karen Dalton: When a Man Loves a Woman
Charlie Rich: When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
Willie Nelson: Kneel at the Feet of Jesus (jazz version)
Willie Nelson: Kneel at the Feet of Jesus (gospel version)
Sam Taylor: Heaven On Their Minds
Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 9
The Band: Chest Fever
David Allan Coe: Piece of Wood and Steel
Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris: Love Hurts
Bob Dylan & Joan Baez: Mama, You've Been On My Mind
The Blasters: Hey, Girl
BeauSoleil: Freeman's Zydeco
Los Lobos: River of Fools
Steve Earle: Dead Flowers
Cowboy Junkies: Southern Rain
John Fahey: Poor Boy a Long Way From Home
John Fahey: When the Spring Time Comes Again
Nanci Griffith: Boots of Spanish Leather
The Kinks: Nothin' in the World Can Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl
The Red Clay Ramblers: A Beefalo Special
Jerry Reed: Lord, Mr. Ford
Waylon Jennings: Six White Horses
Jefferson Pepper: Trail of Tears
The Fugs: Kill for Peace
Woody Allen: The Lost Generation
Christy Moore: Lisdoonvarna
The Bothy Band: The Blackbird
Fairport Convention: Flowers of the Forest
Blowzabella: The Presbyterian Hornpipe/The Red Lyon
Steeleye Span: A Calling On Song
June Tabor: The Merchant's Son
The Waterboys: Has Anybody Here Seen Hank?
Hank Williams: Lost Highway
Johnny Cash: I'm Free from the Chain Gang Now
Rev. Charlie Jackson: Morning Train
Cannonball Adderley: Spontaneous Combustion
John Sneider: Giant Steps
Kool and the Gang: Hollywood Swinging
Parliament: Handcuffs
Ann Peebles: Somebody's On Your Case
Bob Dylan: Wigwam

posted by Jesse 8:00 AM
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