Route 78 West 1/3/2010 back
Show #452 The Fog is Lifting


 track  artist, song-label, format

01     The Louvin Brothers, There's No Excuse-Capitol, 78
02     Unknown Artist, Grits And Gravey Blues-78
03     Lefty Frizzell, If You Got the Money I Got The Time-Bear Family, CD
04     Eartha Kitt, My Heart Belongs To Daddy-LP
- break 10:15 mst
05     Reno & Smiley, Title Unknown-Starday, 78
06     Hoagy Carmichael, Stardust-Flyright, CD
07     Jesse Colin Young, Four in the Morning-Capitol, LP
- break 10:30 mst
08     Jerry Byrd, Steeling Is His Business, Mercury, 78
09     Yiorgios Katsaros, I Creep Along The Walls-Mississippi-Canary Records, LP [mr043]
10     Peter Walker and Davy Graham, Blue Raga
11     Jerry Byrd, St. Louis Blues-Mercury, 78
- break 10:50 mst
12     Unknown Artist, The Cat's In The Fiddle-78
13     Jean Ritchie, Lonesome Days of Winter-Elektra/Stratford Record Co, LP [10", 1954]
14     Jack Gregory, The Mystery-Mississippi-Canary Records, LP [mr043] [1932]
15     Red Sovine, Don't You Drop It-Decca, 78 [2923]
16     Jimmie Rodgers, Kisses Sweeter Than Wine-Roulette Records, LP
- break 11:08 mst
17     Faron Young, Sweet Dreams
18     Sabicas, Bulberias-Elektra, LP [117]
19     CD player failed
- break 11:19 mst
20     Deuter, Brazilian Love-Kuckuck, LP
21     Red Rhodes, Jay's Tune, Countryside, LP
22     Iron & Wine, Waiting For Superman-Sub Pop, CD
- break 11:30 mst
23     The Guild Of Tempural Ventures, She Brings The Rain-LP
24     Unknown Track
25     King Crimson, I Talk To The Wind-Polydor, LP
- break 11:48 mst
26     Sleepy Sun, Sleepy Sun-ATP, 10" LP
- break 11:59 mst
27     Four Tet, Iron Man-LP

Notes: This show was under the influence of Christmas past. It got underway with an intro by the raucous Chicago band Mayor Daley. Even so many good songs were aired and fun was had by all. Post show at Dot's Diner. Pancakes and bacon can cure just about any problem known to man. See ya next week. Check the Denver/Boulder concert scene.