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Spinitron - KDHX: No Time To Tarry Here Sun Oct 30th 2011

No Time To Tarry Here (Music)

Sun Oct 30th 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)

2:09pm

Paul Robeson “The Peat-Bog Soldiers (Moorsoldaten)”
from Songs of Free Men (Columbi/Legacy 1942)

2:12pm

Dave Van Ronk “God Bless the Child”
from Two Sides of Dave Van Ronk (Fantasy 1981)

2:19pm

A. L. Lloyd “The Molecatcher”
from The Best of A. L. Lloyd (Prestige International 1964)

2:23pm

Ewan MacColl & Mike Seeger “Jock Hawk's Adventures in Glasgow”
from The Second Annual Farewell Reunion (Mercury 1973)

2:26pm

Bob Copper “The Parson & the Suckling Pig [The Tithe Pig]”
from Sweet Rose In June (Topic 1977)

2:31pm

The Young Tradition “The Husbandman and the Servingman”
from Galleries (Transatlantic)

2:35pm

Flanders & Swann “A Transport Of Delight”
from At the Drop of Another Hat (Angel)

2:38pm

Stan Rogers “Fogarty's Cove”
from The Very Best Of Stan Rogers (self-released 2009)

2:40pm

Mance Lipscomb “Lord Thomas”
from Texas Songster, vol. 2 (Arhoolie)

2:48pm

Big Bill Broonzy “Unemployment Stomp”
from - (Vocalion 78, 1938)

2:51pm

Jimmy Driftwood “Mixed-Up Family”
from Voice of the People (Omni 1982)

2:54pm

Gamble Rogers “The Passion of Miss Eulalah Singleterry”
from The Warm Way Home (Mountain Railroad 1980)

3:05pm

Sam Hinton “When I Was a Little Boy”
from I'll Sing You a Story (Folkways 1972)

3:07pm

John Hartford “Streetcar”
from Morning Bugle (Warner Bros. 1995) —orig. warner bros 1972

3:15pm

Bert Jansch “Rosemary Lane” (Reprise)

3:19pm

Utah Phillips “Starlight on the Rails”
from Good Though! (Philo)

3:23pm

Margaret MacArthur “The Marlboro Medley”
from Vermont Ballads and Broadsides (Whetstone)

3:37pm

Muddy Waters “I Just Want To Make Love To You”
from The Chess Box: Willie Dixon (Chess)

3:40pm

Bessie Jones “Old Lady from Brewster”
from Step It Down (Rounder www.rounder.com 1979)

3:45pm

Shel Silverstein “Have Another Espresso”
from Inside Folk Songs (Atlantic 1962)

3:51pm

New Missouri Corn Dodgers “Angel Band”
from - (private tape 1978) —rec. at mallinckrodt center, washington university, st louis

3:55pm

Phil Ochs “When I'm Gone”
from Chords of Fame (A & M)


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