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|Artist||Track||Comments||Approx. start time|
|Big Guitars from Texas||Bulldoggin' Boogie||Good mornin'. Pardon my whistle, lost my front tooth!||0:00:00 (Pop‑up)|
|Los Straitjackets||Casbah||Check out their YouTube video of this tune! I caught these guys live earlier this summer; they were a blast.||0:02:35 (Pop‑up)|
|Booker T||66 Impala||New CD-- "Sound the Alarm"-- with lotsa duets. On this cut, help from Poncho Sanchez & Sheila E.||0:06:19 (Pop‑up)|
|Stevie Ray Vaughan||Riviera Paradise||A live version of a tune SRV did on his "In Step" album from 1989. The story goes that when he did the original version, at the end of a recording session, he turned the lights down and just picked away; organ and drums added later.||0:10:23 (Pop‑up)|
|Django Reinhardt||Brazil||There are lots of versions of "Brazil" on YouTube, including Geoff Muldaur's great version from the movie as well as the 1939 Ary Barroso original. My fave is Carmen Miranda; you have to check out the video: a mash-up of Bugs Bunny, Carmen Miranda w/a little "Tico Tico" thrown in. The Django version is pretty good too.||0:18:34 (Pop‑up)|
|Regina Carter||Sticks & Stones||Eclectic taste but great chops. This is from a 1995 CD on Atlantic Jazz.||0:21:10 (Pop‑up)|
|Shuggie Otis||XL-30||Shuggie's back. Epic just put out a double album, new stuff and old: "Inspiration Information/Wings of Love"||1:26:28 (Pop‑up)|
|Johnny Smith||Un Poco Loco||This cover of a Bud Powell tune is from 1955. Johnny Smith, who died last week, is best known as the writer of "Walk, Don't Run"-- which he first recorded in 1954.||0:22:42 (Pop‑up)|
|Johnny Smith||Old Girl||First as background, then for real||0:35:07 (Pop‑up)|
|Caetano Veloso||Funk Melodico||New allbum-- "Abracaco"-- on Universal. How does this guy keep pumping them out?!||0:36:19 (Pop‑up)|
|Rene Lacaille & Bob Brozman||Zok||Rene Lacaille is from Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean and is one of the great instrumentalists of the world. Bob Brozman, who died recently, is pretty good too!||0:40:55 (Pop‑up)|
|Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo de Cotonou||Vi E Lo||Great stuff from Benin, Africa. And this is Volume 3!||0:44:15 (Pop‑up)|
|Vieux Farka Toure||Kele Magni||New music from the son of Ali Farka Toure. This one is "Mon Pays" (Six Degrees, 2013)||0:47:58 (Pop‑up)|
|A Tribe Called Red||Sisters||Featuring Northern Voice. Three of Canada's original people-- what we call Indians-- doing cool chants and rhythms||0:52:11 (Pop‑up)|
|Bobby Blue Bland||Ain't Nothing You Can Do||RIP, 1930-2013. Killer tune!||1:01:30 (Pop‑up)|
|Delbert McClinton & Glen Clark||Been Around a Long Time||Delbert & Glen did a great album decades ago; nice to see them back together.||1:04:22 (Pop‑up)|
|Angela Strehli w/ Lou Ann Barton & Marcia Ball||Still a Fool||From Angela's 1998 "Deja Blue" album on House of Blues||1:07:28 (Pop‑up)|
|Angela Strehli||Boogie Like You Wanna||How 'bout a little Texas boogie?||1:11:30 (Pop‑up)|
|James Hunter||It's Easy to Say||This guy makes modern R&B as well as anyone! Opening for BB King at a free show on Wednesday at World Financial Center.||1:14:33 (Pop‑up)|
|Wynton Marsalis||Engine||From an album of train songs, from 1999, called "Big Train" on Columbia||1:21:56 (Pop‑up)|
|Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis||Rainy Day Blues||One of Willie's great old tunes. Listen to these guys jam.||1:24:55 (Pop‑up)|
|Bruce Robison||What Would Willie Do||From a collection put together by KGSR radio in Austin; they do this every year as a musicians benefit. This song is from Volume 10.||1:30:27 (Pop‑up)|
|Willie Nelson||South of the Border||From a new album-- "Let's Face the Music and Dance"-- on Sony.||1:35:02 (Pop‑up)|
|Del Castillo||Vida Latina||Mark & Rick del Castillo front a terrific band, out of Austin. Their 2006 album-- "Brotherhood"-- is a hot one. On Smilin' Castle Records.||1:38:56 (Pop‑up)|
|Del Castillo w/ Willie Nelson||I Never Cared For You||Why am I such a sucker for this music? The romance of the border evokes such cinematic images, riding a horse along the Rio Grande. Or sleeping in the back of a pickup truck in the Chihuahua desert. (Ask me about that one!)||1:42:37 (Pop‑up)|
|David Grisman||Caliente||Recorded in 1981, band included Grisman on Mandolin, Darol Anger on Violin, Mike Marshall on Guitar and Rob Wasserman on Bass.||1:47:54 (Pop‑up)|
|Hoagy Carmichael||Stardust||First recorded in 1933, Hoagy did this version in 1960. Orrin Keepnews-- Peter's dad-- produced a fine compilation of Hoagy stuff a few years ago.||1:54:29 (Pop‑up)|
|Johnny Smith||Moonlight in Vermont||These last two tunes inspired by Willie Nelson's cool "Stardust" album from 1978.||1:58:15 (Pop‑up)|
|Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison||9,999,999 Tears||Song written by Razzie Bailey. From "Cheater's Game" on Premium Records (2012)||2:05:12 (Pop‑up)|
|Iron and Wine||Sundown (Back in the Briars)||From "Ghost on Ghost" (Nonesuch, 2013)||2:08:47 (Pop‑up)|
|Julie Miller||All My Tears||Buddy helping out on guitar and vocals; from Julie Miller's "Broken Things" album (Hightone, 1999)||2:11:22 (Pop‑up)|
|Marvin Etzioni||Hard to Build a Home||I was wondering where Lucinda was on this song; then I realized I played the other CD by mistake.||2:18:16 (Pop‑up)|
|Marvin Etzioni w/ Lucinda Williams||Lay It On the Table||That's better.||2:14:49 (Pop‑up)|
|Loretta Hagen||Now That You're Home||Fine NJ songwriter; from her "Mud and Stone" CD||2:24:15 (Pop‑up)|
|Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale||Lonely One in This Town||From their great new duet album-- "Buddy & Jim"-- on New West (2012)||2:30:38 (Pop‑up)|
|Raul Malo||Each Other||I liked his band (The Mavericks) better but what a great voice!||2:33:39 (Pop‑up)|
|Sprague Brothers||Masterplan||From a charming album-- "Forever and a Day"-- on Hightone (2000). These guys can play.||2:36:42 (Pop‑up)|
|Cowboy Mouth||Maggie Don't Two-Step||Cowboy Mouth came to the FMU studios in East Orange back in the 90s but they wouldn't play. They just wanted to hang out, tell stories about New Orleans and crack wise, which I didn't mind.||2:39:22 (Pop‑up)|
|T Texas Tyler||Remember Me When the Candlelights are Gleaming||From a cheap slab of vinyl dedicated to dead C&W musicians: Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, Johnny Horton and others.||2:42:08 (Pop‑up)|
|Bill Frisell||A Good Spot||Song short & sweet; from "Big Sur' on Okeh (2013)||2:44:31 (Pop‑up)|
|Bill Frisell||The Big One||Don't you just love Jenny Scheinman on violin?!||2:46:59 (Pop‑up)|
|Johnny Horton||When It's Springtime in Alaska (It's Forty Below)||A tune for hot weather||2:48:09 (Pop‑up)|
|Raul Malo w/ Shelby Lynn||It Takes Two to Tango||This is what I meant to play before!||2:50:50 (Pop‑up)|
|Los Straitjackets||Für Sophia||Outro. We began with these guys at 6 am, a long time ago.||2:54:14 (Pop‑up)|
Sat. 7/6/13 6:06am
I'm with ya' Steve.
Sat. 7/6/13 6:08am
Buenos dias, busta
Sat. 7/6/13 6:54am
good morning! going to res for PI duty in a bit. nice music to wake up to!
Sat. 7/6/13 6:56am
When you say "res" while I am playing a Native American band, it might be misleading. Let the listeners know that you mean the Jersey City Reservoir, our cool new park!
Sat. 7/6/13 6:57am
They call them Indians in Canada too!
Sat. 7/6/13 6:59am
Brian in UK:
Grat to hear you back, Steve.
Sat. 7/6/13 7:22am
Hey Steve & all. Great to have you pinch-hitting.
Sat. 7/6/13 7:32am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
Good Morning FMU.
Sat. 7/6/13 7:34am
What would Willie do?
Sat. 7/6/13 7:40am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
Lotsa fill-ins today! - a little variety...
Sat. 7/6/13 8:13am
Busy loading the trucks, but got the radio on in three places, so catching most of the show. Sounds great!
Sat. 7/6/13 8:15am
Yo heave ho.
Sat. 7/6/13 8:23am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
...also wondering - but great track!
Thu. 7/25/13 9:30pm
CORRECTION: Charlie Robison, brother of Bruce, is not married to Natalie Maines. He was married to another of the Dixie Chicks, Emily Erwin.
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