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Spinitron - KDHX: No Time To Tarry Here Sun Jul 17th 2011

No Time To Tarry Here (Music)

Sun Jul 17th 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

2:02pm

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

2:03pm

Rogodon Sauvage “Rigodons”
from Rigodon Sauvage (Ocora)

2:10pm

The Rambler Trio w. Arthur Smith, guitar “Guitar Boogie”
from - (Super Disc 1947)

2:14pm

The New Mules “Jenny Get Your Hoecakes Done”
from Pride of America (Pick Away Press www.newmules.com 2011) N

2:18pm

Jean-François Dutertre “La Dame de Bordeaux”
from L'Epinette des Vosges (Ocora 1997)

2:22pm

Conan Family “The Little Rooster - Ar C'hogig”
from Columbia World Library of Folk & Primitive Music - France (Columbia)

2:26pm

Rigodon Sauvage “Mazurka de Roussin”
from Rigodon Sauvage (Ocora)

2:33pm

Rigodon Sauvage “Suite de Polkas”
from Rigodon Sauvage (Ocora)

2:38pm

F. Brunot [Berry] “Briolee [Ploughing Song]”
from Columbia World Library of Folk & Primitive Music - France (Columbia) —rec. 1909

2:40pm

Jean-François Dutertre “Le Mariage Anglais”
from L'Epinette des Vosges (Ocora 1997)

2:45pm

Auguste Seintein [Ariege] “Castagno [Chestnut Dance]”
from Columbia World Libray of Folk & Primitive Music - France (Columbia) —7-hole oboe

2:48pm

Kate & Anna McGarrigle “Blanche Comme la Neige/Perrine Etait Servante”
from Tell My Sister (Nonesuch www.nonesuch.com 2011)

2:55pm

Jean Ribouillault “Valsingneuse/Valse de Freland”
from L'Epinette des Vosges (Ocora)

3:05pm

Pete Seeger “Homestead Strike Song”
from Singalong, Sanders Theatre (Smithsonian/Folkways folkways.si.edu 1980)

3:13pm

Tom Russell “U. S. Steel”
from The Road to Bayamon (Philo)

3:20pm

Pete Seeger “He Lies In the Amarican Land”
from American Industrial Ballads (Smithsonian/Folkways folkways.si.edu 1992)

3:22pm

Jim Guttman “Beregovski 90- Skocne”
from Bessarabian Breakdown (Kleztone 2010)

3:31pm

Woody Guthrie “Dust Storms, Storm of April 14, 1935; So Long, It's Been Good to Know”
from Library of Congress Recordings (Rounder www.rounder.com)

3:42pm

Woody Guthrie “Little Darling Pal of Mine”
from My Dusty Road (Rounder www.rounder.com 2009)

3:54pm

Jeter le Pont “Marc Perreault”
from L'escapade (Minuit dans la Cuisine 1994)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.