Monday, July 30, 2007

WUSB 29 July 2007

BOB LONGMAN Sunday 7/29/07 12:30-2:30 pm

Track -- Artist -- Album -- other notes (N=New, R=request)

Little River Canyon -- Pierce Pettis
Like I Do -- Diana Jones
Don't Let the Whole World Know -- Everly Brothers
Away Down the River -- Alison Krauss -- 100 Miles or More -- N
Watch Man -- Hope Nunnery -- Wilderness Lounge -- N, R
Blues Will Do You Good -- Cephas & Wiggins
Color Him Father -- Keb' Mo'
Right On Time -- Eric Bibb
12 Gates -- Marie Knight -- Let Us Get Together -- N
Tell 'Em About Me -- Ethel Waters
A Conjunction of Drones... -- Sufjan Stevens
Heart of Stone -- Joan Osborne -- Breakfast in Bed N, R
Patterns In the Sky -- Jan Krist -- -- R
Almost Peaceful -- LeRoy Martez Bell -- Spending Time -- N
Plead the Fifth -- Relient K -- Five Score and Seven -- N
A Prayer -- Madeleine Peyroux
Wings of Angels -- Rosanne Cash -- Anchored In Love (J.Carter trib.) -- N
Hibbing -- Nathan Rogers -- True Stories -- N
On the Way -- Abra Moore -- On the Way -- N
Too Much Stuff -- Duke Robillard
Stop By Anytime -- Devon Spoule -- Keep Your Silver Shined -- N
I Me Mine -- Beatles
Nod Your Head -- Paul McCartney -- Memory Almost Full -- N
Shadow of Doubt -- Tinsley Ellis -- Moment of Truth -- N
Song From June -- Slaid Cleaves -- Unsung -- N
Mujer Divina -- Spanish Harlem Orch. -- United We Swing -- N
A Gozar -- Arturo Sandoval -- Rumba Palace -- N
Dry Cleaner from Des Moines -- Cadence -- 20 for 1
Come On -- Take 6 -- Feels Good
Heading Home -- Joshua Redman

Notes : Hope Nunnery was the guest on Sunday Street w. Charlie Backfish (9-11:30 am)
"Dry Cleaner" is a Joni Mitchell song. "Don't Let the Whole World Know" was done in concert, with one of the brothers being louder and harder than usual. "Too Much Stuff" is an Eric Bibb song that Robillard does well. "Patterns In the Sky" is one of Jan Krist's best performances. Marie Knight was part of a duo with Rosetta Tharpe some 60 years ago; the pairing gave Tharpe several of her biggest hits. Knight's album is all covers of Gary Davis' gospel material. If the liner notes are to be believed, Knight never met Davis and didn't know his songs, even though they were contemporaries, so she comes to the material with fresh eyes.

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