Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Wednesday Crosscurrents 5/6

Wednesday Crosscurrent - John Gaguine

Gordon Lightfoot - Ribbon of Darkness, Black Day in July, For Lovin' Me, Did She Mention My Name?, Your Love's Return (Song for Stephen Foster)

Quicksilver Messenger Service - Pride of Man (Hamilton Camp)
Leonard Cohen - First We Take Manhattan

Nanci Griffith and the Blue Moon Orchestra - She Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Guy Clark), I Fought the Law (Sonny Curtis, who shares the vocals on this classic made famous by the Bobby Fuller Four in 1967), Not My Way Home (Griffith) - all from her 1997 CD Blue Roses from the Moon

The Bard - Bob Dylan - two from his 1974 GREAT album Blood on the Tracks - You're a Big Girl Now; If You See Her, Say Hello

The Bard again - Just Like a Woman (from his greatest album (imho), 1966's Blonde on Blonde)
The Boss - Bruce Springsteen - 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)

Alison Krauss and Union Station - Two Highways, Teardrops Will Kiss the Morning Dew (from the first Krauss and Union Station album, 1989)
Alison Krauss - Too Late to Cry - from her first album, 1987, featuring Sam Bush and Jerry Douglas, later mainstays of Union Station

Lightfoot - Mountains and Maryann, Canadian RR Trilogy (live in Toronto, 1969)

Phil Ochs - There But for Fortune, Changes, The War Is Over

Brewer and Shipley - Witchi-Tai-To (Jim Pepper)

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