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|Big Guitars from Texas||Boomerang|
|Reverend Gary Davis||Improvisation: Fast Blues in A|
|Max Ochs||In Christ There Is No East or West|
|Kaleidoscope||Taxim||David Lindley's band from, I think, 1969|
|Henry Kaiser & David Lindley||The Devil's Dance||From their Finland collaboration: "Sweet Sunny North" (Shanachie, 1994)|
|Sylvestre Randafison w/ Henry Kaiser & David Lindley||Izahay Sy/Malala||Amazing valiha (tubular zither) player from Madagascar, on "A World Out of Time" (Shanachie, 1992)|
|Henry Kaiser||Cold Rain & Snow||Henry Kaiser does, among many other things, Dead covers; this one is from "Eternity Blue" (Shanachie, 1995)|
|Asylum Street Spankers||Tight Like That||Song by Georgia Tom Dorsey, plus Jim Carroll's "People Who Died" snuck in here|
|Leadbelly||Tight Like That||Recorded by John & Alan Lomax, found on "The Titanic" (Rounder, 1994)|
|Little Axe||Tight Like That|
|The John Edwards Singers||It's Alright||From "Como Now: The Voices of Panola County, Mississippi (Daptone, 2008). Recorded live at Mt. Marian Church, 2006.|
|Chris Ardoin & Double Clutchin'||Papa Was A Rollin' Stone||Contemporary Zydeco from Chris Ardoin, who descends from a long line of great Louisiana players; from "Best Kept Secret" (Rounder, 2000)|
|Arnett Cobb||Light Like That|
|Blue Notes||Blue Notes for Mongezi, First Movement||Excerpts from fine South African jazz collective, from 1975|
|Nathaniel Mayer||Please Don't Drop the Bomb|
|Ry Cooder||Pink-O Boogie|
|Luis Enrique Mejia Godoy y Grupo Mancotal||Balada Campestre||Nicaraguan music from 1983, from "Un Son Para Mi Pueblo: Songs from the New Nicaragua" on Paredon|
|Luis Enrique Mejia Godoy y Grupo Mancotal||Nicarague Te Canto|
|Sleepy John Estes||President Kennedy Stayed Away Too Long||In 1969, Sleepy John was dreaming of JFK's return; from "Mississippi Delta Blues Jam in Memphis, Vol. II" (Arhoolie, 1981 & 1993)|
|U. Utah Phillips||The Timberbest's Lament/Dump the Bosses Off Your Back||Songs & stories from the Industrial Workers of the World, recorded live in British Columbia, 1981|
|Bob Dylan||Someday Baby||From the Bootleg Series: "Tell Tale Signs, Rare and Unreleased, 1989-2006" on Columbia|
|Johnny Cash||I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow remix||Is this for real? Executive Producers: Snoop Dogg, John Carter Cash, etc?! Not all of it works but this one is so interesting; from "Johnny Cash Remixed" (Compadre, 2008)|
|Little Feat||Lonesome Whistle||Lowell George=Hank Williams|
|Hank Williams||Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain||It's hard to imagine there are unreleased Hank Williams track but here they are!! From Time-Life, no less.|
|Derailers||Guaranteed to Satisfy||This is the title cut from a fine Texas band, on Palo Duro Records, 2008. As a bonus, Rick "Casper" Rawls (one of the Big Guitars from Texas) helps out!|
|Rosie Flores w/ Joe Ely||Love & Danger||I think Joe wrote this song|
|Joe Ely||Queen of Heaven||Written by Jo Carol Pierce, from a collection of Austin musicians who cover her tunes: "Across the Great Divide" (Dejadisc, 1992)|
|Conway Twitty||Hello Darlin'|
|Lucinda Williams||Circles & X's||From Lucinda's new album "Little Honey" (Lost Highway, 2008). Good song, great band.|
|Fred Eaglesmith||Spookin' the Horses||Fred & band were live on my show in 1996; whenever I want to play something from them, I end up with this song. From "Lipstick, Lies & Gasoline" (Razor & Tie, 1997)|
|Heather Myles||Just Like Old Times||When Fred Eaglesmith was on my show, he brought Heather Myles with him. At the time, I didn't know who she was so she didn't talk or play. I regret it ever since.|
|Earl Scruggs w/ family & friends||Earl's Breakdown||Live at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, where the Opry used to play. Recorded last year, released on Rounder|
|Earl Scruggs w/ family & friends||Soldier's Joy||Started as bed music but I couldn't fade it out.|
|Earl Scruggs w/ family & friends||Sittin' on Top of the World|
|Gringoman||Run Through the Jungle||Eric Ambel, aka Roscoe, is one of many players who cover John Fogerty on "Chooglin'" on dren records, 2002|
|Lambchop||National Talk Like a Pirate Day||The title of their album is "OH (ohio)" & it's on Merge Records. Argh.|
|Golden Smog||Pecan Pie|
|Fotheringay||I Don't Believe You||Dylan cover. Great song, mediocre version. Sorry. We want Sandy Denny. (Okay, good guitar)|
|Spider John Koerner||Dodger|
|Yo La Tengo||Pharoah Blues||From their great collection of soundtracks--' "They Shoot, We Score" (Egon, 2006). This one is from "Game 6" about the Red Sox 1986 loss to the Mets in the World Series|
G'mornin all: Starting off with a good guitar groove. Hope you like it. Let me know.
Perfect, Steve, perfect...keep goin!
Enjoyed the Tight Like That set. Keep it up.
Great show ,Steve. Check out the new LP by Amy Rigby / Wreckless Eric .
Hi there - if this is an example of what you normaly play then you deserve to be on MORE OFTEN - thanx from Rome/Italy
I've been on since early 80s, now only do occasional fillins. Check out the archives. I've got lots of shows there.
Wow, 1st bill berger and now steve krinsky, all in less than twelve hours. g'd morn steve, only up for an hour or so , love the show . you need to be back on the air regular...it sounds great.hope to hear you soon.
Rolf from Sweden:
Good...........you have very good "tast" music / music "tast"
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