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Options May 7, 2005: To the Wild Unknown

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Artist Track Comments
Big Guitars from Texas  Breaker   Options  
Link Wray  Switchblade   Options It's hard to believe that Link Wray is in his 70s and still playing that power twang! 
Soulive  Lenny   Options Cover of a Stevie Ray Vaughn tune, recorded live in NYC in 2002. 
Soulive  Turn It Out   Options Another tune from their Blue Note debut album. 
JD Crowe & the New South  Sledd Ridin'   Options From "Flashback' (Rounder, 1994) 
Beppe Gambetta w/ Mike Marshall  Siegel's Candy Store   Options Duets with other guitar players, from "Dialogs" on Alcazar (1995) 
Dr. John  Quatre Parishe   Options  
Dr. John  Marie Laveau   Options With vocal help from Cyrille Neville and the Mardi Gras Indians; from "N'Awlins: Dis Dat D'Udda" 
Jimmy Clanton  You Aim to Please   Options Late 50s teen hearthrob helped bring the New Orleans sound to the world, with help from Lee Allen, Red Tyler et al 
Bill Johnson's Louisiana Jug Band  Get the "L" Out of the Road   Options  
Luis Russell & his Orchestra  The (New) Call of the Freaks   Options Check out Joe Bussard... 
Sidney Bechet's New Orleans Feetwarmers  Maple Leaf Rag   Options Brilliant 1932 jazz ensemble version of ragtime classic 
Frank Signorelli  Maple Leaf Rag   Options 1955 
Eubie Blake  Maple Leaf Rag   Options In the 60s, Eubie Blake-- approaching 100 years of age-- played ragtime like it was before Sidney Bechet! 
Tim Buckley  It Happens Every Time   Options Ace Records just put out "The Jack Nitzsche Story: Hearing Is Believing"-- which includes many tunes he wrote, played or (in this case) did string arrangements 
Michael Shelley  A Little Bit Blue   Options Michael's nice new CD-- "Goodbye Cheater" on Confidential Recordings-- is worth a listen 
Lucinda Williams  I Lost It   Options Live stuff isn't as tight as studio-- and Lucinda's vocals are too harsh-- but what a great tune and a great band 
Lucinda Williams  Pineola   Options This tune, about a funeral, works better; from Lucinda's new live at the Fillmore on Lost Highway 
Tom Russell  Van Ronk   Options Amazing new album-- "Hotwalker"-- is a wonderful tribute to a bunch of American eccentrics 
Dave Van Ronk  Antelope Rag   Options Instrumental from "Going Back to Brooklyn" (Gazell Productions, 1985), his album of all originals 
Dave Van Ronk  Tantric Mantra   Options Beauty & Truth from Brooklyn 
Dave Van Ronk  God Bless the Child   Options Just after he died in 2002, Fantasy put out an excellent collection of some of his best work called "Two Sides of Dave Van Ronk" 
Lol Coxhill  Joy of Paranoia Waltz   Options Recorded in 1977-78, reissued in 1988. 
Huun-Hur-Tu  Eerbeck-Aksy   Options Mongolian throat singers. No, Dave Van Ronk was not in this group! 
Melancholy Ramblers  Hurt   Options Austin trio-- Frances Barton, Brady Coleman, Marco Parella-- belts out this one 
Robbie Fulks  Where There's A Road   Options Alt Country heads off "to the wild unknown" on Yep Roc, 2005. "Georgia Hard" is the album 
Donna the Buffalo  Life's A Ride   Options More music to take on that long ride; from new CD 
Giant Sand  Wayfaring Stranger/Fly Me to the Moon   Options from Mojo Magazine's Johnny Cash tribute 
Guy Clark  Boats to Build   Options The Dean of Texas songwriters want to sail the seas and sing "songs to keep your dreams afloat." 
Beth Custer Ensemble  Wile   Options Great new CD-- "Respect As Religion"-- with charming lyrics and hip music. That's all I know about them. 
Beth Custer Ensemble  Swim   Options  
Rodney Crowell  Ride Out the Storm   Options from "Fates Right Hand" 
Clancy Brothers  Rising of the Moon   Options They did this great Irish tune on a 1987 Schanachie album, "Hearty & Hellish" 
Greg Trooper  Make It Through This World Okay   Options Title cut to nice new album on Sugar Hill, 2005 
Gogol Bordello  Avenue B   Options Lower East Siders have an "East Infection" 
Los Super Seven  Ojitos Traidores   Options Featuring Rich Trevino, this great new album-- "Heard It On the X" (Telarc, 2005)-- is a tribute to border radio. 
Los Super Seven  The Song of Everything   Options Not sure who is the band and who is the guest: this tune has Raul Malo covering Doug Sahm. Rich sound, great music! 
The Carter Family  (XET) Theme/Station ID   Options The Carter Family were border radio regulars. These tunes were recorded live on XET radio, Monterrey/Nuevo Leon, in 1939. 
The Carter Family  Something Got a Hold on Me   Options AP Carter takes the lead here 
The Carter Family  Spirit of Love   Options Carter Family instrumental 
The Carter Family  Worried Man Blues   Options One of the best known Carter Family tunes-- covered by folk and country musicians galore. 
Otis Clay  Walk a Mile in My Shoes   Options Joe South tune, done R&B/pop style, from "The Joe South Tribute Record" on Jackpine Social Club 
Billy Vera & Judy Clay  Bring It On Home to Me   Options Great soul duet. Ichiban reissued two 60s albums, one a Judy Clay solo, in 1995. 
Dar Williams  The Christians & the Pagans   Options A little friendly sacrilege to wrap it up! 

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