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Spinitron - KDHX: No Time To Tarry Here Sun Jan 27th 2013

No Time To Tarry Here (Music)

Sun Jan 27th 2013 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

2:03pm

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

2:04pm

Isidore Soucy “Reel Laurier”
from - (Canadian Bluebird 78, 1930s)

2:09pm

Marshall P. Lufsky & Howard Kopp “Twinkling Star Polka”
from - (Columbia 78, 1914)

2:12pm

Robin Williamson “Sheep Under the Snow/Welsh Morris”
from Winter's Turning (Flying Fish)

2:18pm

Marge Steiner “The Irish Rebel Spy”
from Homage (Marge Steiner msteiner@indiana.edu 2013) N

2:22pm

Dubl Handi “Katie Cruel”
from Up Like the clouds (Dubl Handi 2013) N

2:25pm

Dave Van Ronk “Matchbox Blues”
from - (private tape)

2:31pm

Eagle McCall “Henry Martin”
from Song Of The Seas (Michael F. Bryant 2012) N

2:37pm

V. Cekal “Sweet Potato Polka”
from - (Mercury 78, 1948)

2:41pm

Norman Blake “Loch Lavan Castle/Santa Ana'a Retreat/Cattle in the Cane”
from Directions (TAKOMA)

2:54pm

Ernest Rogers “The Mythological Blues”
from - (Victor 78, 1927)

3:02pm

Elmo Newcomer “Mabel”
from - (CroMart 78, n.d. 1939)

3:04pm

Don Henry Harmonica Trio “Turnpike Polka”
from - (Regent 78, n.d.)

3:06pm

Emry Arthur “Rambling Hobo”
from - (Decca 78, 1935)

3:09pm

Ian Giles “Thornaby Woods”
from The Amber Triangle (WildGoose www.wildgoose.com)

3:17pm

Gordon Bok “Mrs. MacDonald's Lament”
from North Wind's Clearing (Folk-Legacy 1995)

3:20pm

Stan Rogers “Make & Break Harbour”
from The Very Best Of Stan Rogers (self-released 2009)

3:24pm

Norman Blake “Ice on the Road”
from Directions (TAKOMA)

3:27pm

The Band “In a Station”
from Music From Big Pink (Capitol Records 1968)

3:40pm

Rubinstein Klezmer Project “Bulgar from Kishinev”
from Fiddler on the Road (ARC 2013) N

3:50pm

Andy Cohen “Shake-a-you-Boogie”
from Built Right On The Ground (Earwig)

3:55pm

John Wilfahrt & his Orchestra “Clarinet Polka”
from - (Brunswick 78, 1930)


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