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Spinitron - KDHX: No Time To Tarry Here Sun Jan 16th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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No Time To Tarry Here (Music)

Sun Jan 16th 2011 2.00pm–4.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

2:01pm

Phil Cooper & Margaret Nelson “No Time to Tarry Here”
from - (private tape)

2:02pm

Peggy Seeger “The Chickens They Are Crowing”
from The Prestige/Folklore Years (Prestige/Folklore)

2:06pm

Richard Thompson “Dundee Hornpipe/Poppy Leaf Hornpipe”
from Strict Tempo (Carthage 1981)

2:09pm

Pradal & Cayla “Lo Crouzado (Bourrée)”
from - (Le Soleil 78, 1930s)

2:12pm

Doc Watson “Billy in the Low Ground”
from Doc Watson On Stage (Live) [feat. Merle Watson] (Vanguard)

2:16pm

Wade Mainer “Three Nights in a Bar-Room”
from - (Blue Ridge 78, n.d.)

2:19pm

Mary Jo Davis “Black Jack Davy”
from Folk Music USA (Folkways) —alabama, 1955

2:34pm

Gamble Rogers “The Honeydipper”
from The Warm Way Home (Mountain Railroad 1980)

2:40pm

Marshall Dodge & Robert Bryan “Bert and I” (Bert and I)

2:47am

Mississippi John Hurt “Blue Harvest Blues”
from 1928 Sessions (Columbia Legacy 2005)

2:50pm

Tommy Johnson “Big Road Blues”
from - (Paramount 78, n.d.)

3:00pm

Paul Robeson “No More Auction Block”
from The Collector's Paul Robeson (Monitor)

3:02pm

Hedy West “Run, Slave, Run”
from Vol. 2 (Vanguard 1996)

3:04pm

Woody Guthrie “Harriet Tubman's Ballad”
from My Dusty Road (Rounder www.rounder.com 2009)

3:14pm

Johnie Lewis “I Got to Climb a High Mountain”
from Blues With a Message (Arhoolie)

3:19pm

Francois Muduga “Chante Avec Cithare”
from Burundi: Musiques Traditionelle (Ocora)

3:32pm

Mike Seeger “American Spanish Fandango”
from Southern Banjo Sounds (Smithsonian/Folkways folkways.si.edu 1998)

3:36pm

Elizabeth Cotten “Till We Meet Again”
from Shake Sugaree (Smithsonian Folkways 2004)

3:38pm

Rev. Gary Davis “Samson & Delilah”
from Harlem Street Singer (Prestige Bluesville 1960)

3:45pm

Dave Swarbrick “The 79th's Farewell to Gibraltar”
from Swarbrick 1 (Transatlantic)

3:49pm

Mike Seeger “Whoopin' Up Cattle”
from Southern Banjo Sounds (Smithsonian/Folkways folkways.si.edu 1998)

3:52pm

Ian Robb “The Ten Dollar Bill”
from The Barley Grain For Me (Folk-Legacy 1998)

3:55pm

Paul Robeson “Let Us Break Bread Together On Our Knees”
from The Collector's Paul Robeson (Monitor)


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