Saturday, December 08, 2007

Radio Show of November 18 2007, WUSB

Bob Longman Sun 12:30-2:30 pm 18 November 2007
WUSB 90.1 FM, Long Island NY and coastal CT

song -- performer -- album -- notes (N = new to station)

Good Man Down -- Brooks Williams -- North From Statesboro
Hide and Seek -- the Well -- Drop In the Bucket -- N
Can't Find My Way Home -- the Well -- Drop In the Bucket -- N
Can't Find My Way Home -- Blind Faith
Someone -- Jan Krist
the Thunderer -- Dion -- Son of Skip James -- N
Shadow of Doubt -- Tinsley Ellis -- Moment of Truth -- N
Sinner's Prayer -- Rod Picott -- Summerbirds -- N
I Could Have Been Your Best Friend -- Viktor Krauss w. Lyle Lovett -- II -- N
Stuck In a Moment -- U2
Your Long Journey -- Plant & Krauss -- Raising Sand -- N
Divine Presence -- Iona UK -- Journey Into the Morn
Dear Diary -- Moody Blues -- Threshold of a Dream
For My Lady (b-side mix) -- Moody Blues -- Seventh Sojourn
Love Hurts -- Everly Brothers
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows (concert ver.) -- Four Freshmen
Still Here -- Cosmos -- Aiming For the Stars -- N
All My People -- Hope Nunnery -- Wilderness Lounge
Listen Closely -- Paul Clark/Phil Keaggy
Prayer Song -- Danny Flowers -- Tools For the Soul -- N
Trouble Soon Be Over -- Colin Linden -- Easin' Back to Tennessee -- N
When I Die -- Marie Knight
Chamego (Betty's Bossa) -- Jack Donohue -- N
Wolves (Song of the Shepherd's Dog) -- Iron and Wine -- the Shepherd's Dog -- N
The Sky Is Crying -- Etta James -- Blues to the Bone
Por Amarte Asi -- Vocal Sampling -- De Vacaciones

The Well is a local group that includes one of my faves, Martha Trachtenberg, and her husband Tom Griffith. This one's an especially poignant track, from their upcoming release. The Freshmen did this almost-acapella version while touring with Stan Kenton. Chamego gets around -- it also turns up on the new album by the New York Voices.

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