Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from May 10, 2003 Options

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Options May 10, 2003: Don't Fence Me In

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Sam Barfield's Cabal Fatale  Walk Through This World With Me   Options Jazz cover of Tammy Wynette (& George Jones) hit, with Kenny Wessel on guitar. Laura's theme! 
Big Guitars from Texas  The Rebel-Johnny Yuma/(Ghost) Riders in the Sky/Eyes of Texas   Options This medley (from the 2nd Big Guitars album) didn't make it onto the CD 
Bill Frisell  Anywhere Road   Options More guitar adventures, from "The Intercontinentals" (Nonesuch, 2003) 
Mike Auldridge  The Sum of Marcie's Blues   Options Dobro guitar from fomer picker from Seldom Scene. 
Junior Brown  Guitar Man   Options The guit-steel man studied with steel guitar legend Leon McAuliffe amd taught at the Hank Thompson School of Country Music in Oklahoma 
Roy Book Binder  Davis-Travis Rag   Options And this picker studied with Rev. Gary Davis 
Arthur Alexander  Go On Home Girl   Options This great songwriter, who died in his early 50s a decade ago, melds country and soul like few can do 
Tav Falco & Panther Burns  Move On Down The Line   Options Gritty Memphis rock & roll 
Tammy Rogers  Walls   Options An original from Nashville fiddler 
Guy Clark  Home Grown Tomatoes   Options Song for a spring day, from Texas songwriter extraordinaire 
Richard Dobson  Salty Kisses   Options Another Houston songwriter, moved to Nashville, then Europe. Has a new album of Townes Van Zandt songs! 
Townes Van Zandt  Tecumseh Valley   Options A sad song from the late great dean of Texas songwriters; from a 1969 Carnegie Hall concert now available on CD 
David Allan Coe  Piece of Wood & Steel   Options Powerful cover of Richard Dobson tune by self-styled Texas outlaw 
Flatlanders  Going Away   Options Butch, Jimmie and Joe-- on their first album together in 30 years-- do a great Utah Phillips song 
Rosalie Sorrels  Rock Salt & Nails   Options Another Utah Philips song, by his old pal 
Utah Philips  The Telling Takes Me Home   Options Song of the Old West 
Utah Philips  Goodnight-Loving Trail   Options In the 1860s Texas cattle men Charlie Goodnight and Oliver Loving drove longhorns up to NM, Colorado & Wyoming to hook up with the Union Pacific Railroad 
Willie Nelson/Leon Russell  Don't Fence Me In   Options Country duet cover of Cole Porter 
Leon Russell  She Thinks I Still Care   Options Great cover of George Jones hit 
Grady Tate  This Is All I Ask   Options First done by Nat King Cole in 1958 and much covered, this is nice version by jazz drummer Tate more than three decades later. 
Nina Simone  African Mailman   Options Magnificent jazz piano in strumental from the late great Nina 
Roland Kirk  I Say A Little Prayer   Options Rahsaan blows wild, from "Volunteered Slavery" (1969) 
Robert Parker  Let's Go Baby (Where The Action Is)   Options 1960s New Orleans R&B at its best, produced by Wardell Quezergue 
Howard Tate  Look at Granny Run Run   Options Southern soul from the late 60s, released in 1995 on "Get It While You Can: The Legendary Sessions" 
Jimmie Rodgers  Mother, the Queen of My Heart   Options A salute to dead moms everywhere 
Kenneth Threadgill  Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia   Options Austin's late Jimmie Rodgers disciple sings, yodels, warbles 
Run C&W  Unchained Medley: Flint Hill Special/ What'd I Say/Superstition/Stop in the Name of Love   Options Bluesgrass with a soulful twist from the funny faux Burns Brothers 
Stanley Bros  Hard Times   Options Live at 1964 Newport Folk Festival-- and I was there 
Flying Burrito Brothers  To Ramona   Options Post-Gram Burritos cover Dylan 
Greg Trooper  The Road So Long   Options Nice new album on Sugar Hill from NY/NJ to Nashville singer-songwriter 
Neko Case  Set Out Running   Options from "Furnace Room Lullaby" (Bloodshot, 2000) 
The Silos  Drunken Moon   Options New material, band now based in NYC!? 
Everly Bros  Poor Jenny   Options Great tune written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant; Felice died on April 22 in Gatlinburg, TN 
Webb Pierce  There Stands the Glass   Options A salute to the honky tonk 
Dick Curless  King of the Blues   Options Country singer from Maine covers Chris Gaffney tune 
Dave Alvin w/ Chris Gaffney  Amanda   Options from " Lonesome, On'ry and Mean: A Tribute to Waylon Jennings" (Dualtone, 2003) 
Blazers  All Day Long   Options Chicano rockabilly and more, with help from Cesar Rojas of Los Lobos 
Texas Tornados  Soy de San Luis   Options They did a version of their first album in Spanish but this Santiago (Flaco's dad) Jimenez song was already in Spanish 
Eliades Ochoa  Ay Papacito   Options Country music from Cuba 
Oscar Aleman  Who's Sorry Now   Options Argentine jazz guitarist, from "Swing Guitar Masterpieces, 38-57" 
Terrence Simien  Macque Chaux   Options Fresh zydeco from the swamps 
King Sunny Ade  Ja Fun Mi Dub   Options from "Synchroseries" (Indigedisc, 2003), Nigerian CD that combines two 1980s album 

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