Friday, October 9, 2009

Friday Crosscurrents 10/9

Host - John Gaguine - subbing for someone - not sure who

Kate MacKenzie - Past the Point of Rescue
Lynn Miles - Eight-Hour Drive
John Gorka - Raven in the Storm
All from a CD celebrating the 25th anniversary of Red House Records

Alison Krauss, with Union Station, singing four songs by Robert Lee Castleman - Let Me Touch You for Awhile, Forget About It, The Lucky One, Gravity

Krauss and Union Station - Never Got Off the Ground (co-written by David Mallett)
Mallet - Garden Song
Krauss and Union Station - Faraway Land - written and sung by Ron Block

Jefferson Airplane - Young Girl Sunday Blues (Paul Kantner/Marty Balin), In Time (same), When the Earth Moves Again (Kantner)

Hot Tuna - Death Don't Have No Mercy (Rev. Gary Davis)
Bruce Springsteen - Chimes of Freedom (Bob Dylan)

Gene Clark, the former Byrd, from tapes found after his death - Mr. Tambourine Man (Dylan), I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better (Clark)

Three songs from a CD of songs and artists that, according to Michael Moore, inspired Fahrenheit 9/11:
Dixie Chicks - Travelin' Soldier
John Fogerty - Fortunate Son
Nanci Griffith - Good Night, New York (Julie Gold)

The Byrds - Spanish Harlem Incident (Dylan), My Back Pages (Dylan), Wasn't Born to Follow (Carole King/Gerry Goffin)

Bruce Springsteen - Tunnel of Love
Dire Straits - Tunnel of Love (different song)

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