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Spinitron - KDHX: No Time To Tarry Here Sun Feb 26th 2012

No Time To Tarry Here (Music)

Sun Feb 26th 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

2:12pm

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

2:14pm

Josesph Lazarz i jero Mledynaodowa Orkiestra “Dwa Josefy” from - (Victor 78, late 1930s)Buy it!

2:08pm

Lead Belly “Good Morning Babe, How Do You Do?” from Lead Belly's Last Sessions (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu 1994)Buy it!

2:11pm

Charlie Poole With the North Carolina Ramblers “If I Lose, I Don't Care” from Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers (JSP)Buy it!

2:17pm

The Westerners “Honeysuckle Schottische” from - (Columbia 78, 1947)Buy it!

2:20pm

John Roberts “The Old Figurehead Carver” from Sea Fever (Golden Hind www.goldenhindmusic.com 2007)Buy it!

2:24pm

Lee Murdock “Sarabande In B Minor” from Wordless (Depot www.leemurdock.com 2007)Buy it!

2:27pm

Willard Artis "Blind Pete" Burrell “I Shall Not Be Moved” from Sorrow Come Pass Me Around (advent)Buy it!

2:32pm

The Young Tradition “Byker HIll” from The Young Tradition (Transatlantic)Buy it!

2:34pm

A. L. Lloyd “Byker Hill” from The Best of A. L. Lloyd (Prestige International 1964)Buy it!

2:36pm

Sam Beckerman “A Galitsianer Tantsel” from Abe Schwartz: The Klezmer King (Columbia Legacy)Buy it!

2:39pm

New Lost City Ramblers “Cotton-Eyed Joe” from Boxed Set (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)Buy it!

2:42pm

Allen Brothers “Bow Wow Blues” from Good For What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows, 1926 - 1937 (Old Hat Enterprises www.oldhat.com 2005)Buy it!

2:48pm

B. F. Shelton “Darling Cora” from Man of Constant Sorrow (Yazoo)Buy it!

2:52pm

John Roberts and Tony Barrand “Peter Street” from Across the Western Ocean (Swallowtail)Buy it!

2:56pm

Dock Boggs “Country Blues” from Anthology of American Folk Music (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)Buy it!

3:02pm

American Republic Band “Anvil Polka” from - (Perfect 78, 1918)Buy it!

3:05pm

Brunon Kryger “Auto Polka” from - (Harmonia 78, n.d.)Buy it!

3:08pm

Warsaw Dance Orchestra “Bartek Oberek” from - (Harmonia 78, n.d.)Buy it!

3:11pm

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys “Blue Bonnet Rag” from - (Vocalion 78, 1937)Buy it!

3:14pm

V Misiono Zodzai “Bok Vyras” from - (Columbia 78, 1940) —lithuanian; not sure which is the artist name and which is the tune name!Buy it!

3:21pm

I Montagnoli Allegri “Carnera Polka” from - (Columbia 78, 1941)Buy it!

3:24pm

Pete Seeger “Juanita” from The Bitter and the Sweet (Columbia/Mobile Fidelity)Buy it!

3:27pm

The Jaye Consort “In Seculum Artifex” from The Jolly Minstrels (Vanguard 1969)Buy it!

3:31pm

The Battlefield Band “The Great White Herring” from Line-Up (Temple 2011) —the herring/alejandro blancoBuy it!

3:35pm

Gamble Rogers “The De Kalb County Deputy Sheriff/Deep Gap Salute” from Gamble Rogers (Mountain Railroad)Buy it!

3:41pm

Jimmy Driftwood “Zelma Lee” from The Battle of New Orleans (RCA Victor)Buy it!

3:46pm

Doug Wallin “Bold Lieutenant” from Family Songs and Stories from the North Carolina Mountains (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)Buy it!

3:50pm

Long Time Courting “Redhaired Lass” from Alternate Routes (Long Time Courting www.longtimecourting.com 2011) —the redhaired lass/the piper's despair/virginia reelBuy it!

3:55pm

Bruno Rudzinsky “'Na Oble Nogi' Polka [On Two Feet]” from - (Victor, rec. 1928)Buy it!

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