Thursday, September 30, 2010

Women's Perogative with Katie B. 9-30-10

Diane Birch
Fire Escape
Bible Belt

Catie Curtis
100 Miles
Catie Curtis Live

My Moon My Man
The Reminder

Kim Barlow
Fairy Wings

Kim Barlow
Butterflies and Drunk Men
Lucky Burden

Roseanne Cash
Closest Thing
Patty Larkin
25 years, songs, friends

Bonnie Raitt
Hear Me Lord
Silver Lining

Marian Call

Catie Curtis
Magnolia Street
Catie Curtis Live

Erin McKeown
Patty Larkin
25 years, songs, friends

Chic Gamine

Mary Chapin Carpenter
Chained to the these Loving Arms
Patty Larkin
25 years, songs, friends

Patty Larkin
The Book I'm Not Reading
Live on Tour-a gogo

Anais Mitchell
and friends
Way Down Hadestown

The Waifs
When I Die
A Brief History Live

Emiliana Torrini
Sunny Road
Fisherman's Woman

Patty Griffin
1000 Kisses

Carol King
Been to Canaan
The Essential Carol King
Released 2010

Cris Williamson
Best of Cris Williamson

Dusty Springfield
No Easy Way Down
The Essential Carol King
Rel. 2010

Red Molly
The Last Call

Chic Gamine

Laura Viers
Life is Good Blues
July Flame

Madison Violet
Small of My Heart
No Fool for Trying

Sarah Jarosz
Long Journey
Song Up in Her Head

Thanks for listening everyone!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Tideline 29 Sept. 2010

Kickin' it with your host Angelina: "Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez"

That Certain Female (Charlie Feathers)
Katy Too (Johnny Cash)
Further On Up The Road (Eric Clapton)
The Spirit Returns (Rory Block)

I Cried For You (Ann Savoy & Her Sleepless Knights)
Whoa Tilly, Take Your Time (Ann Savoy & Her Sleepless Knights)
Wide Blue World (Colette Costa)
Sister Kate (The Ditty Bops)

Brass Band set featuring The Preservation Hall Jazz Band of New Orleans with various artists:
Shake It and Break It (Andrew Bird)
Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea (Paolo Nutini)
Freight Train (Ani DiFranco)
Old Rugged Cross (Brandi Carlile)

I'm a King Bee (Slim Harpo)
Rainin' in my Heart (Slim Harpo)
One of These Days (Great American Taxi)
Tears of Joy (Lucinda Williams)

Let it Roll (The Preserves - )
How Excellent and Civilized Are We (The Preserves)
Oh No (Andrew Bird)
Ain't No Invisible Man (Jakob Dylan)

When Will You Come Back Home (Ryan Adams & The Cardinals)
Well Alright (Peasant)
The End of the Line (Red Molly)
Can't Let Go (Red Molly)

Wednesday Crosscurrents 9/29

Host - John Gaguine

Today- Songs about Southern states, or cities, or at least with some reference to the state or city in the title, even if there is no actual connection (e.g., Tupelo Honey, Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again)

Kentucky -
Elvis Presley - Kentucky Rain
Neil Diamond - Kentucky Woman
Dan Fogelberg - Run for the Roses (Kentucky Derby)
Randy Newman - My Old Kentucky Home
Joan Baez - Lily of the West (Louisville)
Bill Monroe - Blue Moon of Kentucky, KEntucky Waltz, Blue Grass Stomp, Kentucky Mandolin,

Tennessee -
Marc Cohn - Walking in Memphis
Paul Simon - Graceland
Johnny Rivers - Memphis
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Rocky Top
Johnny Cash - Tennessee Stud, Tennessee Flat-Top Box
Joan Baez - Please Come to Boston (about "the man from Tennessee")

Tennessee to Alabama -
Cat Power - Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again

Alabama -
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
Neil Young - Alabama
Doors - Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) (Kurt Weill and Berhold Brecht)
James Taylor - Oh Susannah (Stephen Foster)

Georgia -
Nanci Griffith and Adam Duritz - Going Back to Georgia
Gladys Knight and the Pips - Midnight Train to Georgia
Brook Benton - Rainy Night in Georgia
Hoagy Carmichael - Georgia on My Mind
Alison Krauss and Union Station - Oh Atlanta

Mississippi -
Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey

More to come in a few weeks

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Tideline 9-28-10

Brad Mehldau - When It Rains

Ratatat - Mi Viejo
Ratatat - Alps
Radiohead - Videotape
Muse - Map of the Problematique
Jane's Addiction - Just Because
Phoenix - 1901
RX Bandits - In All Rwanda's Glory
The Vines - Outtathaway!
Weird Al Uancovic - White and Nerdy
Zebrahead - Get Back
Bloc Party - Helicopter
The Hives - Hate To Say I Told You So
Citizen Cope - Bullet and a Target
Deering and Down - Been A Lot of Rain
Silversun Pickups - Three Seed
Iron and Wine - Cinder and Smoke
Led Zeppelin - Babe I'mGonna Leave You
Explosions In The Sky - Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place
Beach House - Take Care
Ben Harper - Excuse Me Mr.
Arcade Fire - No Cars Go
Bon Iver - Flume
Ben Folds - The Luckiest
Aphex Twin - Nannou

Tuesday Soundings 9/28

Host - John Gaguine, sitting in for Martha

Eva Cassidy - Chain of Fools, Ain't Doing Too Bad, At Last, If I Give My Heart (early Alison Krauss song, written by John Gaguine)

Memphis Horns - Take Me to the River (Etta James, vocals), I've Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding; Warren Haynes, vocals); I'm Just Another Soldier (Mavis Staples)

BB King - Mannish Boy (backed up by The Band, from The Last Waltz soundtrack); Need Your Love So Bad (with Sheryl Crow), Rock This House (with Elton John)

Freddie King (1934 - 1976) - That's All Right, Key to the Highway (Big Bill Broonzy), Dust My Broom (Elmore James)

Tracy Nelson - Don't Go No Further (Willie Dixon), Send Me to the 'Lectric Chair (Bessie Smith), I Feel So Good (Broonzy), (I Was) Good to You Baby

Eric Clapton - Five Long Years (Eddie Boyd), I'm Tore Down (Sonny Thompson), Bell Bottom Blues (Clapton live; the song is from the Derek and the Dominos album, one of the all-time great albums),

BB king - There Must Be a Better World Somewhere (Doc Pomus and Dr. John, with Gloria Estefan)
Clapton - Have You Ever Loved a Woman?

Sunday, September 26, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge

Take The Playboy of the Western World , a 1907 three-act play written by Irish playwright John Millington Synge, move it from the turn of the 20th century Ireland and place it during the Great Depression along the Blue Ridge and you have Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge.

Clayton is on the run for having murdered his father by hitting him with a shovel. He shows up at Maggie’s grocery store and the residents react in ways we don’t exactly expect. However, when his father shows up, not dead at all, the reactions are again not you expect.

The bluegrass-tinged score is lots of fun – the critics pretty much universally liked Frank Mills's music. They weren’t as kind to the adaption of the play, which most felt dealt only with the comedy aspects and seemed rushed to the stage. And many mentioned the homespun dialect and dialogue seemed out of place and silly.

We Like Kids! - Fruits

We Like Kids!
The Fruit Song - The Chenille Sisters
Banana - Cathy & Marcy
Bananaphone - Raffi
Banana - Tom Paxton
I Gave My Love a Cherry - Sally Rogers
Applepicker's Reel - Jacki Breger
I Like Picking Apples - Ken Whiteley
Johnny Appleseed - Jonathan Sprout
Johnny Appleseed - Jim Weiss
Banana Boat Song - Stan Freeburg
Banana Boat Song - Harry Belafonte
Fruit Jar - Justin Roberts
Apples, Oranges and Peaches - The Squeegees
Five A Day - Cathy & Marcy
Why Not Grow a Garden? - My Changing Planet
Cookies and Milk - Frances England
From Scratch - Justin Roberts

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Walking Those Blues Away 9/25

Host - John Gaguine

Today - Blueswomen

Candye Kane - It Won't Be Long, You Need a Great Big Woman, White Trash Girl, All You Can Eat (and You Can Eat It All Night Long)

Irma Thomas (the Soul Queen of New Orleans) - The River Is Waiting (John Fogarty), Early in the Morning (Louis Jordan and others), Thinking About You (Norah Jones)

Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas and Tracy Nelson - In Tears (Nelson on lead vocals), Please No More (Nelson on lead vocals again), You Don't Know Nothing About Love (Jerry Ragavoy) (Nelson and Thomas on vocals), Yield Not to Temptation (Deadric Malone) (Thomas on lead vocals)

Deering and Down - You Got the Power, Painted Bird

Marcia Ball- How Big a Fool, I'm Just a Prisoner, I Still Love You, I Have the Right to Know

Koko Taylor - Spoonful, Wang Dang Doodle (both Willie Dixon)

Irma Thomas - This Bitter Earth (Dinah Washington's signature song), Same Old Blues

Marcia Ball, Angela Strehli, Lou Ann Barton - A Fool in Love (Ike Turner), I Idolize You (Turner again), Dreams Come True (Ball)

Friday, September 24, 2010

Friday Soundings 9/24

Host - John Gaguine

Max Morath and the Ragtime Quintet - Hoosier Rag (1907), X-N-Tric-Two-Step Characteristic (1899) - from the album The Ragtime Women, featuring rags, mostly 100 plus years old, written by women

Jay McShann - Going to Chicago (Count Basie and Jimmy Rushing), Moten Swing (Bennie and Gus Moten), Come on over to My House (Maria Muldaur on vocals), Trouble in Mind

Cheryl Bentyne - You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to (Cole Porter), They Can't Take That Away from Me (Gershwins), The Meaning of the Blues (Bobby Troup)

Greg Piccolo and Heavy Juice - Peacock Alley, Bottoms Up (Illinois Jacquet), Someday After Awhile (You'll Be Sorry) (Freddy King/Sonny Thompson)

Jay Thomas (sax) - Big Foot (Charlie Parker), Afternoon in Paris (John Lewis), I Waited for You (Dizzy Gillespie)

Jay Geils, Duke Robillard, Gerry Beaudoin - Benny's Bugle (Benny Goodman), Perdido, Seven Come Eleven (Goodman and Charlie Christian)

Chris Taylor (piano) - Children Need a Song to Sing

Friday Crosscurrents 9/24

Host - John Gaguine

Bob Dylan - Visions of Johanna

Linda Ronstadt - When Will I Be Loved? (Phil Everly), Willing (Lowell George of Little Feet), Blue Bayou (Roy Orbison), Faithless Love (J.D. Souther)

Country Set -
David Allen Coe - You Never Even Called Me by My Name (Steve Goodman)
George Strait - Amarillo by Morning
Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard - Pancho and Lefty (Townes Van Zandt)
Johnny Cash - I Won't Back Down (Tom Petty), Solitary Man (Neil Diamond)

Patty Larkin - Upside Down, Wolf at the Door, Metal Drums

Elton John - I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues (with Mary J. Blige), Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Candle in the Wind (the original, not the Princess Di version)

Ronstadt - Many Rivers to Cross (Jimmy Cliff), Are My Thoughts with You? (Mickey Newbury), Tracks of My Tears (Smokey Robinson), Someone to Lay Down Beside Me (Karla Bonoff)

Larkin - Coming Up for Air, Pablo Neruda

Susan Tedeschi - Don't Think Twice It's All Right (Dylan), Angel from Montgomery (John Prine)

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Thursday Tideline with Katie B. 9-23-10

Happy Autumnal Equinox!

Joni Mitchell
You Turn Me On I'm a Radio
Miles of Aisles

The Love Language
Heart to Tell

Justin Vernon/Bon Iver
Bruised Orange (Chain of Sorrow)
Songs of John Prine

The Avett Brothers
Spanish Pipedream
Songs of John Prine

Paul Thorn
you're not the only one
Pimps and Preachers

Bruce Springsteen
My Hometown
Greatest Hits

Jim Keller
Sunshine in My Pocket
Sunshine in My Pocket

Here We Go Magic

Band of Horses
For Annabelle
Infinite Arms

Jim Lauderdale
Patchwork River
Patchwork River

Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs
Beg Steal or Borrow
God Willin' and the Creek Don't Rise

John Mellencamp
Coming Down the Road
No Better than This

Band Of Horses
Infinite Arms

Damien Jurado
Saint Bartlett

My Morning Jacket
I'm Amazed
Evil Urges

Bruce Springsteen
Born to Run
Greatest Hits
Happy Birthday Bruce!

Ray Charles
At the Club
His Greatest Hits
Vol. 2

Madder Red

Deering and Down
Oh So Good
Break This Record

Ray Charles
At the Club
His Greatest Hits

Blind Faith
Can't Find My Way Home
The Best of Steve Winwood
Millenium Collection

Josh Ritter
Mexican Home
Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows: Songs of John Prine

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Wednesday Soundings 9/22

Host - John Gaguine

John Sebastian and the J Band - Stealin', Minglewood Blues, Fare Thee Well, Mobile Line

Rory Block, with Sebastian on harp - Big Road Blues (Tommy Johnson), Statesboro Blues (Blind Willie McTell)
Block - Walk in Jerusalem (trad., with her son on vocals)

Jay Thomas (Seattle trumpet and sax player) - Jitterbug Waltz (Fats Waller), Is It True What They Say About Dixie (Irving Caesar)

Robben Ford and the Blue Line - When I Leave Here, Chevrolet

Anne Kerry Ford (Robben's wife) - Something Wonderful (Rodgers and Hammerstein, from The King and I), Don't Ever Leave Me (Kern and Hammerstein), Can't Help Lovin' That Man (Kern and Hammerstein, from Showboat)

Karrin Allyson - Everybody's Cryin' Mercy (Mose Allison), Blue Motel Room (Joni Mitchell), Angel Eyes (a Frank Sinatra standard)

Deering and Down - Sad Love

Shauna Lee (vocals) and David L. Jones (piano) - from Ketchikan! - Unforgettable, Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)

Davis Gaines - Old Man River (Kern/Hammerstein, from Showboat again)

Wednesday Crosscurrents 9/22

Hosts - John Gaguine and Mike Godkin

Back to the 50s (and maybe early 60s) today!

Teddy Bears (featuring the mad genius Phil Spector) - To Know Him is to Love Him

Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode
Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues
Conway Twitty - It's Only Make Believe
Monotones - Book of Love

Everly Bros - All I Have to Do is Dream, Devoted to You, Til I Kissed You, When Will I Be Loved?

Elegants - Little Star
Marcels - Blue Moon
Capris - There's A Moon Out Tonight
Kathy and the Innocents - A Thousand Stars

Hollywood Argyles - Alley Oop
Drifters - Save the Last Dance for Me
Hank Ballard and the Midnighters - Finger Poppin' Time
Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs - Stay
Roy Orbison - Only the Lonely

Orbison - Crying (with kd lang), Blue Bayou, In Dreams, Running Scared

Danny and the Juniors - At the Hop
Chuck Willis - CC Rider
Dale Hawkins - Susie Q
Diamonds - Little Darlin'
Buddy Knox - Party Doll

Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk the Line, Big River, Ballad of a Teenage Queen (with Roseanne Cash and the Everly Bros)

Del Shannon - Runaway
Bobby Vee - Take Good Care of My Baby
Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Jazz Beat, Sept. 18, 2010

JAZZ BEAT, September 4, 2010

1. ARTIST: Tiger Okoski
SONG: "St. James Infirmary."
ALBUM: "Echoes of A Note."

2. ARTIST: Tiger Okoski
SONG: "When It's Sleepy Time Down South."
ALBUM: "Echoes of A Note."

3. ARTIST: McCoy Tyner, with Marc Ribot
SONG: "500 Miles."
ALBUM: "Guitars."

4. ARTIST: World Unity Jazz Ensemble
SONG: "The Valley Of Search."
ALBUM: "China Skies."

5. ARTIST: Tien Square
SONG: "Kashgar Nights."
ALBUM: "Made In China."

6. ARTIST: World Unity Jazz Ensemble
SONG: "Matsumoto No Yume."
ALBUM: "China Skies."

7. ARTIST: Rudres Mahathappa's Indo-Pak Coalition
SONG: "Adana."
ALBUM: "Apti."

8. ARTIST: Chuck Loeb
SONG: "Espionage."
ALBUM: "Balance."

======================================== 8 P.M.
9. ARTIST: Orange With Blue, live, featuring George Adams
SONG: "Song With Orange."
ALBUM: "Where Were You?"

10. ARTIST: Rick Margitza
SONG: "Witches."
ALBUM: "Memento."

11. ARTIST: Reza Khan
SONG: "Catalina's Dream."
ALBUM: "Painted Diaries."

12. ARTIST: Reza Khan
SONG: "Masala."
ALBUM: "Painted Diaries."

13. ARTIST: Brad Mehldau
SONG: "Young At Heart."
ALBUM: "Songs; Art Of The Trio, Vol. 3"

14. ARTIST: Pat Metheny, Larry Grenadier, Bill Stewart
SONG: "Giant Steps."
ALBUM: "Trio 1999-00."

15. ARTIST: Reza Khan
SONG: "Tomorrow?"
ALBUM: :Painted Diaries."

16. ARTIST: Crescendo
ALBUM: "Crescendo."

17. ARTIST: Toots Thielman
SONG: "Adagio Assai, from Concerto for Piano & Orchestra in G Major by Maurice Ravel."

18. ARTIST: Tiger Okoski
SONG: "What A Wonderful World."
ALBUM: "Echoes Of A Note."

Sunday, September 19, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway


Somehow, sunny days and Disney just seems to go together. On this sunny Sunday afternoon, we are listening to Aladdin, Disney’s retelling of one of the more familiar tales from One Thousand and One Nights. Alan Menken wrote the music, with lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, who finished the score after Ashman’s death.

It was highly successful, in fact the most successful film of 1992. It won 2 Academy awards for Best Score and Best Song, has sequels, video games, and several stage adaptations.

But the mysterious Middle East has been the vehicle for many shows throughout the years. In 1925, Otto Harbach and Sigmund Romberg wrote The Desert Song, set in Arab North Africa. This was a hot location in the twenties, due to films like The Sheik, Son of the Sheik and Beau Geste. It’s your classic boy has hidden swashbuckling identify, who the girl likes better than his “mild-mannered” persona.

The Desert Song –Kitty Carlisle and Wilbur Evans (1944)
Eastern and Western Love – Nelson Eddy, Wesley Dalton, Lee Cass and Ensemble (1953)

Kismet is one of my all-time favorite musicals. Written in 1953 by Robert Wright and George Forrest, adapted from the music of Alexander Borodin, it is full of wonderful Edwardian claptrap and unbelievable situations, and of course ends happily every after. Except for the wicked Wazir. Something in common with Aladdin!

(1955 film)
Fate – Howard Keel
Not since Nineveh – Dolores Gray
Stranger in Paradise – Ann Blyth, Vic Damone

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Mudlark Sampler

Host Jack Fontanella

Pretty Polly, Bob Carlin, Bangin' and Sawin'
Brushy Run, Government Issue Orchestra
Last of Sizemore/Dry and Dusty, Cliffhangers, On the Edge
Starlight on the Rails, Saul Brody, Singing Through the Hard Times

Starvation on Hell Creek, Trevor and Travis Stuart, Pretty little Widow
Sycamore Tea, Trevor and Travis Stuart, Pretty little Widow
Judy Get Around, Dead Fiddlers Society, Livin It Up
Doctor Levy's Walk Around, Chuck Levy, Banjourney
I Remember Lovin' You, Tom Paxton, Singing Through the Hard Times
Icy Mountain, Bob Carlin, Fiddle Tunes for Clawhammer Banjo
Down the River I Go, Nadine Landry and Stephen "Sammy" Lind, Grandads's Favorites

Sarah Armstrong, Rachel Eddy, Hand on the Plow
Mike in the Wilderness, The Red State Ramblers, Common Wealth
Queen of the Rails, Dan Shatz, Singing Through the Hard Times
Devil of a Row, Hart and Blech, A Devil of a Row
Home by the Sea, Old Sledge, EP

Holly Ding, Hart and Blech, A Devil of a Row
Bumble Bee in a Jug, Brett Ratliff, Cold Icy Mountain
Walking in Jeruslem, The Southern Schoolhouse Rascals, Old School Mountain Style
Ninety Degrees, Bob Carlin Banging and Sawing
Ninety Nine Years, Fiddlin' Doc Roberts, Vol 3
Steamboat Around the Bend, The Tall Boys, Round the Bend
Ida Red, Big Medicine Too Old to be Controlled

Pretty Little Miss, Big Medicine Too Old to be Controlled
Old Buzzard, Mike Bryant, Internet
Warfare, Frieght Hoppers, Waiting on the Gravy Train
Road to Malvern, Light and Hitch, Light and Hitch
Hook and Line, Brad Leftwitch, Banjo Gathering

Grandad's Favorite, Nadine Landry and Stephen "Sammy" Lind, Grandads's Favorites
Dance All night with a Bottle in My hand, Chance McCoy, Debut
Piney Ridge, Dead Fiddlers Society, Livin' It Up
Piney Woods Gal, Frank Brody,

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Sunny Thurs Tideline with Katie B. 9-16-10

James Maddock
when the suns out
sunrise on avenue c

Teenage Fan Club
Baby Lee

Michael Franti
The Sound of Sunshine

Admiral Radley
I Heart California

Samantha Crain

Mr. E's Beautiful Blues

John Hughes
Love Goes Down

Band of Horses
Infinite Arms

Laura Viers
Sun is King
July Flame

Band of Horses
For Annabelle
Infiite Arms

Beach Boys
Little Deauce Coup
Greatest Hits

Bennie and the Jets
Elton John

Ray Wylie Hubbard
Drunken Poets Dream

Johnny Cash
Big River
The Sun Years

The Latvian Blues Band

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Jumping Jericho Blues

The Latvian Blues Band
New Album! When the Sun Goes Down

Carrie Newcomer
I Meant to Do My Work Today
Before and After

Andrew Bird
The Twistable Turnable Man Returns
Tribute to Shel Silvestein


Breathe Owl Breathe

Billy Bragg and Wilco
California Starts
Mermaid Avenue

Thanks for listening everyone!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Tideline 15 Sept. 2010

Tideline with your host Angelina - "Be mischievous and you will not be lonesome."

Lonely At The Top (Colette Costa)
Lay Your Hands On Me (The Laura Blackley Band)
Love Will (Susan Tedeschi)
Ain't Looking Closely (Tift Merritt)

Apologies (Grace Potter & The Nocturnals)
Bright Lights Big City (Willie Nelson / Wynton Marsalis)
In State (Kathleen Edwards)
Pearls on a String (Ryan Adams)

Well Well Well (Lucinda Williams)
Finally Found The One (Deering & Down)
Easy Plateau (Ryan Adams & The Cardinals)
Get Rhythm (Johnny Cash)

Wild Bill Jones (Alison Krauss & Union Station)
Mama Tried (Willie Nelson with Merle Haggard)
Green Pastures (Emmylou Harris)
Beg Steal or Borrow (Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs)

I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Muddy Waters)
Boom Boom (John Lee Hooker)
Death Letter Blues (Son House)
Pride and Joy (Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble)

I'd Rather Go Blind (Etta James)

The Thrill is Gone (B.B. King)

Cross Road Blues (Robert Johnson)

Two (Ryan Adams)

Am I Wrong (Keb Mo)

Buck's Nouvelle Jole Blon (Buckwheat Zydeco)

Tiptina (Professor Longhair)

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Tideline 9-14-10

Paul Curreri - Once Upon A Rooftop
Magnolia Electric Company - Knoxville Girl
Mark Olson - No Time to Live Without Her
Tea Leaf Green - These Two Chairs
Shayfer James - Life Is Beautiful
Shayfer James - Bayonnettes
Azure Ray - Wake Up, Sleepyhead
Azure Ray - Don't Leave My Mind
Tom Waits - Down There By the Train
Califone - Michigan Girls
Calexico and Iron and Wine - He Lays in the Reins
Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs - God Willin' and the Creek Don't Rise
Cold War Kids - Avalanche in B
Daniel Johnston - Walking the Cow
Vic Chesnutt - Myrtle
Vic Chesnutt - Little Vacation
The Smashing Pumpkins and Red Red Meat - Sad Peter Pan
Sparklehorse - West of Rome
Vic Chesnutt and Victoria Williams - God is Good
Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse featuring The Flaming Lips - Revenge
The Flaming Lips - I'm A Fly In A Sunbeam
Beastie Boys - Benny And The Jets
Breeders - Do You Love Me Now
The Shins - Sleeping Lessons
Yeasayer - Ambling Alp
Trampled By Turtles - Feet and Bones
Velvet Underground - I'm Sticking With You

Monday, September 13, 2010

Tideline w/RainCountryRobert 9/13/2010

Tideline with Rain Country Robert

Texas Tornadoes
Album - 4 Aces
Little Bit is Better than Nada
Amor De Mi Vida

Junior Brown
Album - Highway Patrol
Highway Patrol

Greg Brown
Album - Down in There
Poor Backslider
Band of Gold
Album 44 + 66

Will Pearsall and Steve Shanholtzer
Lonely Girl
Bitter End

Sam Pacetti
Album - Solitary Travel
The First Ride

Kelly Hogan
Wild Mountain Berries

Rose Whipperr
Album - Rose of the West
Unring that Bell
When You Go

Michelle Malone
Album - Debris
Yesterdays's Makeup
Weed and Wine

Red Molly
You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive

Tim Easton
Album - Live at Water Canyon
Man That You Need

Savoy Doucet
Two Step d'Amede
La Valse de Marie
J'Aimerais Connaitre

Buddy Tabor
Hope: The First Step Towards Disillusionment
Wait for Me

Sunday, September 12, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway

Movin' Out

Is it a truly a musical or is it a ballet? That’s the big debate over the 2002 Movin' Out, using the music of Billy Joel to create an evening of dance. And dance they do – Brenda and Eddie, James, Judy and Tony, all the while a rock band overhead plays Joel’s music. It did OK – nominated for 7 Tony’s with Twyla Tharp winning for best choreography. If you like dance, you’ll like this musical. If you want a traditional musical, this isn’t it. But listening to the music is alwaya a pleasure.

We Like Kids! - September 12, 2010

We Like Kids! - Grandparents Day

Goin' to Gramma and Grampa's House - Dave Kinnoin
My Grandmas Love Me - Sarah Pirtle
From Scratch - Justin Roberts
Grandma's Feather Bed - Gemini
I'm My Own Grandpaw - Chet Atkins
Granny's Got a Guitar - Lanny Sherwin
Grandma vs. the Headless Man - Bill Harley
Grandpa Joe - Parahute Express
Grandpa's Truck - Eric Ode
Four Hands - Two of a Kind
On My Grandma's Patchwork Quilt - Larry Penn
My Grandma - Joe West
Grandma Slid Down the Mountain - Cathy & Marcy

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Heartbeats--Pulse Pounding---Toe Tapping Friday Rhythms
Lionel Hampton “Jivin’ the Vibes”
Kodo “Lion,” Irodori"
Temptations “Papa was a Rollin’ Stone”
Battlestar Gallactica “Scar,” “Gina Escapes”
Paul Simon “Gumboots”
Run Lola Run “Rock Me”
Spirit of Africa “Mbonqane Groove
Spike Jones “Hotcha Cornia”
Tito Puente “Ti Mon Bo”
A Land of Drummers, Mandinka Drum Masters “Chingo”
Riverdance “Spanish Flair”
Raks Araby “Arabian Dance”
Emo Richards “Enjoy”
Rurudafina Pili Abena “Wollosodong”
Blue Man Group “Drumbone”
Bangles “Walk Like an Egyptian”
Strictly Ballroom “Rhumba de Burros”
Margie Adams “Whimsy Salad”
Fosse : Benny Goodman’s “Sing! Sing! Sing!”
Whipped Cream “Bittersweet Samba:
Back from the Dead Spinal Tap “Rock and Roll Creation”
Gameday Favs LSU Tigers Drumline Cadences
Carnival Steel Drum Band “Shake Senora”

A New Language for Me: Jazz
Teresa Brewer “Blue Skies,” “It’s a Lovely Day”
Capital Quartet “Variations on ‘I Got Rhythm’
Toots Thielmans “Blue and Sentimental”
Harvie Swartz and Randy Klein “Love Notes from the Bass”
Benny Goodman “ The Wang Wang Blues”
Canadian Brass “One O’Clock Jump,” “At the Woodchoppers Ball,” “Sugar Blues”
New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra “Wall Street Rag,” “Rubber Plant Rag”
Gerry Mulligan Quartet “Dream a Little Dream”
Peggy Lee “The Way You Look Tonight”
George Gershwin “ Kickin’ the Clouds Away,” “Sweet and Low Down”
Treme Brass Band “Food Stamp Blues”
Dudley Moore “Waltz for Suzy”
Imani Winds “Windchimes”
Duke Ellington selections from “Anatomy of a Murder” soundtrack
Vince Guaraldi “Cast Your Fate to the Wind,” “Linus and Lucy”

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Friends & Neighbors Wednesday 7-9 pm Sept 8

Train Songs from the Black Irish Band,   Lonesome Whistle: Railroad Ballads
    Men of Iron
    Life is Like a Mountain Highway (with autoharp)

Alaskan performer, Mariah Ver Hoef, So Far Away (from 10th Planet Records)
   Deep Ground
   Let Go

announced the Sept 11 Shape Note Singing event here in town

and the Seafood Feast Sept 25

some fun with
Truckstop Honeymoon, homemade haircut,
    Bargain Hunting
Christine Lavin, SingOut vol 53, #4
   Good Thing He Can't Read My Mind
Great Big Sea
   Have a Cuppa Tea

and more from the new SingOut cd
    Atwater Donnelly,  The Devil's Nine Questions

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Tideline 8 Sept. 2010

Kickin' it with your host Angelina: "you are free to invent your life"

Can't Let Go (Lucinda Williams)
Back To Me (Kathleen Edwards)
I Burn Today (Frank Black)
A Common Disaster (Cowboy Junkies)

Late Night Pilgrim (Tift Merritt)
To Be Young (Ryan Adams)
Stop The Bus (Grace Potter & The Nocturnals)
Bad Moon Rising (CCR)

Hikin' Jerry (Guy Davis)
Hound Dog (Big Mama Thornton)
Down Home Blues (Maria Muldaur)
Love Me Like A Man (Bonnie Raitt)

Devil's In The Jukebox (Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs)
New York City's Killing Me (Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs)
Shouldn't Have Loved (Azure Ray)
Make Your Heart (Azure Ray)

Mixtape (Tift Merritt)
Sugar (Deering & Down)
Sweeten Yo Stew (The Laura Blackley Band)
One Good Man (Janis Joplin)

Metal Firecracker (Lucinda Williams)
Cry, Cry, Cry (Johnny Cash)
People Grinnin' In Your Face (Ruthie Foster)
Cool Down Yonder (Marion Williams)

El Medio Stomp (Kirk Fletcher)
Harmonize (Steve Fulton Music)

Tideline 9-7-10

Red Molly - The Last Call
Gin - One Last Look
Anders Osborne - On the Road to Charlie Parker
Blvd Park - Delta Blues
Vincent Minor - Late Night Show
Steve Gouveia - My Satellite
Rob Stroup and the Blame - Glass Ceilings
Lana Mir - These Days
Lana Mir - Say You Need Me
Jimmy Dormire - The Burning Sky
Latvian Blues Band - Lost
Smile Smile - Beg You to Stay, Cancer, Somebdy Else and Truth On Tape
Sharif - The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
The Green - What Will Be Will Be
Lotus - Invincibility of Youth
The Rescues - Stranger Keeper
Timothy B Schmit - One More Mile
Sarah Jaffe - Perfect Plan
John Scofield and Lee Ritenour - Lay It Down
Beta Band - Dry The Rain
Blind Pilot - Go On, Say It
Bob Marley - Smile Jamaica
Bob Marley - Buffalo Soldier
Jimi Hendrix - Freedom

Monday, September 6, 2010

A Little Bit of Broadway
September 5, 2010

by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones
Opened January 1969, 109 performances
Narrator, Potemkin--Keith Charles
Orphan--Michael Glenn Smith
Angel--Susan Watson
Mr. Rich--Ted Thurston

Selections from I DO! I DO!
by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones
featuring Robert Preston and Mary Martin

Sunday, September 5, 2010

We Like Kids! - Work

We Like Kids!

Labor Day - John McCutcheon
Wishy Washy Washerwoman - Miss Carol
Amelia Earhart's Last Flight - Kathy Kallick
Daddy Plays Drums - Sooz
Hard Work - Karen & the Musical Medicine Show
Doctor Doctor - Justin Roberts
When I Grow Up - Chenille Sisters
I've Been Working on the Railroad - Jacki Breger
The Best Candy in the Whole World - Bill Harley
Heigh Ho - Seven Dwarves
Whistle While You Work - Snow White
The Work Song - Cinderella
Harriet the Spy - Two of a Kind
Sloop John B - Dan Zanes

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Jazz Beat, September 4, 2010


1. ARTIST: Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra with Jimmmy Heath
SONG: "Haitian Fight Song."
ALBUM: "The Endless Search."

2. ARTIST: Dominick Farinacci
ALBUM: "Lovers, Tales and Dances."

3. ARTIST: Dominick Farinacci
SONG:"Ne me quitte pas."
ALBUM: "Lovers, Tales and Dances."

4. ARTIST:Tony Grey
SONG: "Chasing Shadows."
ALBUM: "Abstract Logix, The Center of the New Music Universe."

5.ARTIST: Alex Machacek/Jeff Sipe/ Matthew Garrison
SONG: "Along Came A Spider."
ALBUM: "Abstract Logix."

6.ARTIST: Sebastiaan Cornelissen
SONG: "Snox!"
ALBUM:"Abstract Logix."

7. ARTIST: Scott Kinsey
SONG: "Kinesthetics."
ALBUM: ""Abstract Logix."

8. ARTIST: Paul Hanson
SONG: "Frolick In The Land Of Plenty."
ALBUM: "Abstract Logix."

9. ARTIST: Enrico Pieranunzi, Marc Johnson, Joey Baron
SONG: "Aurora Giapponese."
ALBUM: "Live In Japan."

10. ARTIST: Enrico Pieranunzi, Marc Johnson, Joey Baron
SONG: "How Can You Not?"
ALBUM: "Live In Japan."
=============================================== 8 P.M.

11. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "Blond Beer In A Pink Bar."
ALBUM: "La Palma."

12. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "N°7"
ALBUM: "La Palma."

13. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "La Palma."
ALBUM: "La Palma."

14. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "Via Pegellae."
ALBUM: "La Palma."

15. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "Excessive Driving Lesson."
ALBUM: "La Palma."

16. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric Navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "Mexicanos Autoroute.'
ALBUM: "La Palma."

17. ARTIST: Mathieu Harlaut, Eric Navet, Sebastien Dochy
SONG: "Warm Light But No Beach."
ALBUM: "La Palma."

18. ARTIST: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
SONG: "Sunset & The Mocking Bird." The Queen's Suite.
ALBUM: The Ellington Suites."

19. ARTIST: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
SONG: "Le Sucrier Velouis." The Queen's Suite.
ALBUM: The Ellington Suites."

20. ARTIST: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
SONG: "The Single Petal Of A Rose." The Queen's Suite.
ALBUM: The Ellington Suites."

21. ARTIST: Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, with Jimm Heath.
SONG: "Passage Noir."
ALBUM: "The Endless Search."

Friday, September 3, 2010

Friday Soundings 9/3

Host - John Gaguine

All jazz today, from many segments of the "jazz continuum," to use Robert Sewell's phrase

Cleo Laine - Inside a Silent Tear (Blossom Dearie), Don't You Know I Care (Or Don't You Care to Know)? (Ellington/Mac Davis), Both Sides Now (Joni Mitchell)

J Street Jumpers (fine jive group from the DC burbs) - That's How I Feel About You, Going Back to New Orleans, Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby? (Louie Jordan)

Guy Van Dusen, guitar, and Billy Novick, clarinet - Bye and Bye, Just a Closer Walk with Thee

Al Jarreau - Your Song (Elton John/Bernie Taupin), Since I Fell for You (Buddy Johnson)

Jeff Healey and the Jazz Wizards - Bugle Call Rag, Darktown Strutters Ball

Tony Bennett - The Way You Look Tonight (Jerome Kern/Dorothy Field), I'll Be Seeing You (Irving Kahal), When Joanna Loved Me

Stan Getz, tenor sax, and Laurindo Almeida, guitar - Menina Moca (Young Lady), Corcovado (Antonio Carlos Jobim)

Tom Morley and 78 RPM - fine swing band - Topsy, Autumn Leaves, Swing 42 (Django Reinhardt/Stephane Grappelli)

Grover Washington, Jr. - Happenstance, Flamingo

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Women's Prerogative 9/2/10 with Martha

Red Molly - The Last Call
Natalie Merchant - Kind and Generous
Lisa Bouchelle - Heaven on Credit
Claire Lynch - Second Wind
Rachael Sage - There is Passion
Kim Beggs - Lay it all Down
Daphne Willis - All I Know
Bex Marshall - Head in the Clouds
Roxanne Potvin - Hurting Child
Natalie Merchant - Wonder
Denise LaSalle - Too Many Women
Lori Lieberman - Nobody's Crying
Diane Zeigler - The Widow's Peak
Teri Tudury - You Don't Miss Your Water
Red Molly - Falling In
Christine Lavin - For Real
Lisa Bouchelle - American Dreams Gone Wrong
Catie Curtis - If I Should Fall Behind
Claire Lynch - Moonlighter
Rachael Sage - Everything was Red
Kim Beggs - Pioneer and Doctor
Daphne Willis - Love and Hate
Roxanne Potvin - Caught Up
Diane Zeigler - Rock of Ages
Red Molly - Gulf Coast Highway
Lisa Bouchelle - Trippin' on a Fantasy
Claire Lynch - My Heart is a Diamond
Kim Beggs - Close By
Denise LaSalle - Older Woman

Thurs. Tideline with Katie B, Brianna, Kevin Heldt and Kaitlyn

Jason Mraz
I'm Yours
We Sing. We Dance.We Steal Things

Dave Alvin

Reliant K
Forget and Not Slow Down
Forget and Not Slow Down

Joe Pug

Down Payment Blues

Black Keys
Howlin for You

Coconut Records
West Coast
Night Timey


Jack Johnson
To the Sea
To the Sea

Some Kind of Nature
Plastic Beach

Black Sabbath
Fairies wear Boots

The Verve
Bittersweet Symphony

Devil Makes Three
Old No. 7

Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers
You Only Believe Me When I'm Lying

Tim Easton
Lexington Jail

Glitter In the Air

Bon Iver
Skinny Love

The Expendables
Bowl for Two

Joker and the Thief

Island in the Sun

Ocean Avenue


Led Zeppelin
Misty Mountain Hop
Lez Zeppelin II

What is Love?

Israel K
Somewhere over the Rainbow

Afternoon Classics 9/2

Host - Mary Watson

We have a special program today. Mary Watson, pianist extraordinaire, will be talking about the Alaska Music Trail, a program founded by Maxim Schapiro and avidly supported by then-Gov. Ernest Gruening, that brought major musicians, as well as actors, dancers and other well-known performers - many of them international famous - to 18 Alaskan and 6 Canadian cities between 1950 and 1970. Each year brought 3 or 4 such stars. Mary has selected pieces performed by several of these trailblazers for today's show, and has interesting stories about many of them.

Rafael Mendez, trumpet - Bizet, Danse Boheme, from Carmen

Jan Peerce, tenor - Mozart, Il mio tesoro, from Don Giovanni

Isaac Stern, violin - Beethoven, Violin Sonata, Op. 30, No. 2, first movement

Van Cliburn, piano - Chopin, Concerto No. 1 in E minor, Op. 11, first movement, with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conducting

Nicanor Zabaleta, harp - Rodrigo, Concierto Serenata para Arpa y Orquesta, third movement, with the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ernst Marzendorfer conducting

Maxim Schapiro, piano - and the founder of the Alaska Music Trail - D'Indy, Symphony on a Mountain Air, San Francisco Symphony, Pierre Monteux conducting

Byron Janis, piano - Chopin, Mazurka in G minor, Op. 24, No. 1

Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano -

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Tideline 1 Sept 2010

Kickin' it with Angelina: just helpin' the good folks out there make it through the week...

Thanks Alot (Johnny Cash)
The Things That Everybody Does (Tift Merritt)
Oh So Good (Deering & Down)
Why (Thad Cockrell w/Tift Merritt)

Hot August Evening (The Biscuit Burners)
Lake Charles (Lucinda Williams)
Dance All Night (Ryan Adams)
Payday (Guy Davis)

Candy Girl (Straight 8s)
Strange Love (Slim Harpo)
Gasoline & Matches (Buddy & Julie Miller)
Give It Up (Allen Toussaint)

Beyond Here Lies Nothing (Bob Dylan)
Gumbo Moon (Grace Potter)
Drop Down Mama (Guy Davis)
Senseless Things (The Laura Blackley Band)

Can’t Be Satisfied (Harry Manx)
Lay Down My Worries (Harry Manx)
You Got The Power (Deering & Down)
Been A Lot of Rain (Deering & Down)

Fool to Care (CC Adcock & The Lafayette Marquis)
Shake and Fingerpop (Junior Walker & The All Stars)
Howlin’ for my Baby (M. Ward)
Tipitina (Professor Longhair)

Set My Chickens Free (Merle Haggard) - special listener request ("Hi Mom!")
Engine to Turn (Tift Merritt)

Wednesday Crosscurrents 9/1

Host - John Gaguine

More songs about time, times of day and specific times

Bill Haley and the Comets - Rock Around the Clock

Grassroots - Midnight Confessions
Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)
Them (with Van Morrison) - Here Comes the Night
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band - Night Moves

Gordon Lightfoot - Early Morning Rain
Juice Newton - Angel of the Morning
Cast of Hair - Good Morning Starshine
Beatles - Good Morning Good Morning

Byrds - Turn, Turn, Turn
Buffy Saint-Marie - Until It's Time for You to Go
Judy Collins - Tomorrow is a Long Time (Bob Dylan)
Sandy Denny - Who Knows Where the Time Goes?

Bob Dylan - As I Went Out One Morning, New Morning, Meet Me in the Morning

Starland Vocal Band - Afternoon Delight
Dylan - Time Passes Slowly

Arlo Guthrie - City of New Orleans (Steve Goodman)
Beatles - She's Leaving Home
Everly Brothers - Wake Up Little Susie
Mamas and Papas - 12:30

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