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Spinitron - KDHX: No Time To Tarry Here Sun Nov 18th 2012

No Time To Tarry Here (Music)

Sun Nov 18th 2012 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)

2:03pm

The Polka Dots “Happy Trumpets Polka”
from - (Verve 45, n.d.)

2:07pm

Ernest V. Stoneman & His Dixie Mountaineers “Going Down the Valley” (New World)

2:12pm

Matys Brothers “Portki”
from - (Select 45, 1962 1962)

2:14pm

Ellika & Solo “Orsa långdans - Africa Frica”
from Abaraká! Tack! (MNW Music AB 2005)

2:22pm

Bill Shute & Lisa Null “Lord Ullin's Daughter”
from The Feathered Maiden & Other Ballads (Folk-Legacy 1977)

2:37pm

Ed Bell “Mamlish Blues”
from Times Ain't Like They Used to Be, v. 8 (Yazoo)

2:39pm

Lee Murdock “Tommy's Gone To Hilo”
from Between Two Worlds (Depot www.leemurdock.com)

2:44pm

John Roberts “The Boatman's Cure”
from Sea Fever (Golden Hind www.goldenhindmusic.com 2007)

2:49pm

A. L. Lloyd “The Sailor From Dover”
from Bramble Briars and Beams of the Sun (Fellside www.fellside.com 2011)

2:53pm

St George's Canzona “Rosa das Rosas”
from To Drive the Cold Winter Away (Vanguard 1978) —galician, 13th century

2:57pm

Chanter P. Manea w. Choir “Hatepa Yion”
from Unheard Ofs and Forgotten Abouts (Pawn) —orig. odeon 1930

3:07pm

Lee Murdock “The Christmas Ship”
from Christmas Goes to Sea (Depot www.leemurdock.com 2005)

3:15pm

Ellika & Solo “Baria”
from Abaraká! Tack! (MNW Music AB 2005)

3:21pm

Eva Davis “John Hardy”
from - (Columbia 78, 1924)

3:25pm

Art Thieme “Way Down the Road”
from The Older I Get, the Better I Was (Waterbug 1998)

3:29pm

New Lost City Ramblers “Serves 'em Fine”
from Songs from the Depression (Folkways)

3:34pm

Blind Joe Taggart “Been Listening All the Day”
from Before the Blues Vol. 2 (Yazoo)

3:36pm

Blind Willie McTell “I Got to Cross the River Jordan”
from Goodbye, Babylon (Dust-to-Digital) —rec. 1940, atlanta, loc

3:41pm

Charles Butts Sacred Harp Singers “Murillo's Lesson”
from Goodbye, Babylon (Dust-to-Digital 2003) —orig. okeh, 1928

3:46pm

Phil Cooper & Margaret Nelson “Rosemary's Sister”
from Lady's Triumph (Porcupine) —by huw williams

3:50pm

Sarah Bauhan “Chasing the New Moon” (Whistler's Music 1991)

3:54pm

Skip James “4 O'Clock Blues”
from Times Ain't Like They Used to Be, v.8 (Yazoo)


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