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Big Guitars from Texas  Hardy Street   Options That twang sure sounded good at 6 am! 
Four Piece Suit  Roughshod   Options Another Link Wray tribute 
Meade Lux Lewis  Bear Cat Crawl   Options from "Masters of the Boogie Piano" as part of Delmark Records 50th Anniversary 
Dave Brubeck  Maori Blues   Options I found an LP copy of Brubeck's 1963 "Time Further Out" (followup to his "Time Out" smash album) and it sat on a shelf for a few years until I realized just how good it was! 
Hot Tuna  John's Other   Options Jorma, Jack and Papa John Creach rock and roll 
Meters  Zany Mash   Options More leftovers from New Orleans best rhythm section, on a new Sundazed collection 
Jefferson Airplane  Blues from an Airplane   Options From their very first album, "Jefferson Airplane Take Off" (1966) 
Jefferson Airplane  Let Me In   Options Jorma's band before Hot Tuna 
Hamilton Loomis  Get My Blues On   Options Nouveau Texas blues 
Gatemouth Brown  It's Alright   Options from a nice collection called "The Blues from Texas" 
Albert Collins  The Freeze   Options More blues from Texas 
Jackie Mittoo & the Soul Brothers  Train to Skaville   Options Jackie was in the Skatalites for a while, then did the Jamaica music scene on his own 
Suba  Samba do Gringo Paulista   Options Suba (Mitar Subotic) arrived in Brazil in 1990 with a UNESCO scholarship and quickly became known as an innovative composer and producer. He died in a fire in 1999. This tune is from a collection called "Brazilian Electronica" which includes more than a dozen contributors 
Baden Powell  Samba do Veloso   Options This song is a tribute to Caetano Veloso; Baden Powell-- named after the founder of the Boys Scouts-- wrote the song with poet/longtime partner Vinicius de Moraes, both now dead. 
R Crumb & the Cheap Suit Serenaders  Chaisin' Rainbows   Options from the "American Splendor" soundtrack 
Margo Leverett & the Klezmer Mountain Boys  Cluck Ol' Hen   Options Oy vey, listen to those hillbillies play! 
Danny Barnes  Ooh La La   Options Bad Livers banjo player goes solo 
Del McCoury Band  Asheville Turnaround   Options They still play bluegrass; from "It's Just the Night" 
Beacon Hillbillies  Dustbowl Shuffle   Options Boston rockers try their hand at mountain music 
Beacon Hillbillies  Goodbye in the Rain   Options Another tune from the 1994 "More Songs of Love & Murder" 
Tammy Rogers & Don Heffington  In the Red   Options Great instrumental duo, lots of work as Nashville sidemen 
Tom Rush  Duncan and Brady   Options Harvard University dropout turned Harvard Square folk singer 
Townes Van Zandt  Colorado Bound   Options More old tunes from the now dead Texas songwriter; from "In the Beginning" on Compadre Records 
Butch Hancock & Jimmie Gilmore  Bluebird   Options One of Butch's best! 
Tom T Hall  Old Five and Dimers   Options Cover of Billy Joe Shaver classic about growing old in small town Texas 
Billy Joe Shaver w. Todd Snider  Deja Blues   Options from "Freedom's Child" (2002) on Compadre Records 
Kris Kristofferson  Don't Let The Bastards Get You Down   Options Recorded life in San Franciso, released as "Broken Freedom Song" (2003)-- an album with many new songs and a righteous political vibe 
Steve Earle  Guitar Town   Options from the soundtrack to "Just An American Boy"-- the documentary on Steve Earle that is now playing in a theater near you (or should be)! 
Leo Kottke  Embryonic Journey   Options Hey, isn't that one of Jorma's songs? 
Leo Kottke  Disguise   Options Leo sings! 
Billy Bragg/Wilco w/Natalie Merchant  I Was Born   Options More Woody Guthrie lyrics, from "Mermaid Avenue 2" 
Geoff Muldaur  KC Moan   Options Recent version of old jug/blues classic, from "Password" on Hightone (2000) 
Emmy Lou Harris w/ McGarrigle Sisters  Green Green Rocky Road   Options Rousing live folk tune, with additional assistance from Louden Wainwright III 
Kate & Anna McGarrigle  Talk to Me of Mendocino   Options McGarrigle's 1975 tune, on CD from Hannibal Records 
John Fahey  Yes! Jesus Loves Me/ Stand up for Jesus/ Lord of Hopefullness/ Oh Come Emmanuel/   Options Gospel instrumental medley from late guitar whiz 
Robert Randolph  Without God   Options Sacred Steel gospel music from Orange, NJ 
Rosco Gordon  Rosco's Boogie   Options from "The Road to Memphis" soundtrack to Scorcese series on the blues 
Howlin' Wolf  How Many More Years   Options Another tune from "The Road to Memphis" 
The Cookies  Don't Say Nothing Bad About My Baby   Options Great girl group stuff from Sundazed collection called "Dimension Dolls" (with, among others, Little Eva and Carol King) 
Mongo Santamaria  Yeh Yeh   Options WFMU DJ Bob Brainen put this on his 2003 Marathon Premium, a cool collection he calls "Slim's Jam" 
Carol King  Oh Neil   Options From another WFMU DJ Premium: Dave the Spazz's collection of answer songs; here it's in response to Neil Sedaka's "Hey Carol" 
Jo Ann Campbell  The Girl from Wolverton Mountain   Options Couldn't resist: another Spazzy answer song 
Velvatones w/ Memphis Rhythm Boys  Real Gone Baby   Options 1957, from Complete Meteor Rockabilly & Hillbilly recordings on Ace 
Charlie Feathers w/ Jody and Jeremy  Get With It   Options More Memphis Meteor music 

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