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Spinitron - KDHX: No Time To Tarry Here Sun May 1st 2011

No Time To Tarry Here (Music)

Sun May 1st 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

Mound City String Band “Which Side Are You On?”
from Owed to Gail's Kitchen (private tape)

2:19pm

Paul Robeson “Joe Hill”
from Songs of Free Men (Columbi/Legacy 1942)

2:22pm

Fred Holstein “Stung Right”
from Rebel Voices (Flying Fish)

2:24pm

Kathy Taylor “Joe Hill's Last Will”
from Rebel Voices (Flying Fish)

2:26pm

Utah Phillips “Mr. Block”
from Rebel Voices (Flying Fish)

2:28pm

Pete Seeger, Jane Sapp, and Si Kahn “The Popular Wobbly”
from carry it on (Flying Fish 1987)

2:38pm

John Greenway “Union Burying Ground”
from American Industrial Songs (Tradition)

2:48pm

Bucky Halker & The Complete Unknowns “Union Fights the Battle of Freedom”
from Welcome to Labor Land (Revolting Records www.buckyhalker.com 2002)

2:52pm

John Greenway “Monkey Ward Can't Make a Monkey Out of Me”
from American Industrial Songs (Tradition)

2:53pm

Almanac Singers “Get Thee Behind Me, Satan”
from Talking Union (Folkways)

3:06pm

Uncle Tupelo “Coalminers”
from March 16-20, 1992 (Rockville 1992) L

3:09pm

Gene Autry “The Death of Mother Jones”
from Poor Man, Rich Man (Rounder) —orig. conqueror, 1931

3:11pm

Hedy West “Pans of Biscuits”
from Vol. 2 (Vanguard 1996)

3:18pm

Almanac Singers “Talking Union” (Folkways)

3:22pm

Uncle George Jones “This is What the Union Done”
from Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners (Rounder)

3:31pm

Kapelye “Motl der Operator”
from Future and Past (Flying Fish)

3:34pm

Unknown “Why Do You Slumber, You Sleepers?”
from Jewish Life (The Old Country) (Folkways)

3:35pm

Unknown “The Machines are Clattering”
from Jewish Life (The Old Country) (Folkways)

3:39pm

Phil Ochs “Links on the Chain”
from I Ain't a-Marching Anymore (Ekektra 1965)

3:45pm

Pete Seeger “The Ballad of Barney Graham”
from American Industrial Ballads (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu 1992)

3:46pm

Pete Seeger “The Death of Harry Simms”
from American Industrial Ballads (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu 1992)

3:48pm

The Band “King Harvest (Has Surely Come)”
from Across The Great Divide (CAPITOL 1969)


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