Anchored in Love 4 April, 2010

sun drenched!

SET ONE– Keep on the Sunny Side

Dry Bones– Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Anthology of American Folk

Sugar Baby– Dock Boggs, Anthology of American Folk

Look Down That Lonesome Road– Doc Watson, Doc Watson Family

My Ozark Mountain Home– Echoes of the Ozarks

Railroadin’ Some– Henry Thomas “Ragtime Texas”, Good for What Ails You: Music from the Medicine Shows

Soldier, Soldier, Won’t You Marry Me Now?– Smithsonian Collection

Chewing Gum– Carter Family, Best of

Wonderful Love– Visits, (the banjo old-timers)

Wondrous Love– Sacred Harp Convention

Africa– Sacred Harp Convention

Greenwich– Sacred Harp Convention


SET 2– Easy Livin’

You’re Getting To Be a Habit with Me– Buddy Rich and Harry “Sweets” Edison

Mood Indigo– Duke Ellington

WSU Terrorist Theme– Himalayas, WSU- Upper Planets

Hallelujah (1939)– Svenska Hotvintetten, Gypsy Jazz 2

You’re the Cream in My Coffee– Ruth Etting

All of Me– Ruth Etting

Deed I Do– Ben Pollack and His Californians, featuring Benny Goodman

Stardust– Billy Eckstine

Easter Parade– Sarah Vaughn and Billy Eckstine

SET 3: Bet Your Wife Can Catch More Fish Than You

Fishin’ Blues– Holy Modal Rounders

Fishing Blues– Henry Thomas, Anthology of American Folk

You Got to Go Down– Blind Gary, Down in the Basement: Joe Bussard’s Treasure Trove of LPs

Dark Holler– Clarence “Tom” Ashley, Greenback Dollar, 1929-1933

The Farmer is the Man Who Feeds them All– Pete Seeger, American Industrial Ballads

Got the Farm Land Blues– Carolina Tar Heels, Anthology of American Folk

Meet Me By the Moonlight Alone– Carter Family, Best of

I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry– Hank Williams, Live

Train Your Child– Washington Phillips, What Are They Doing in Heaven Today?

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate– Bob Brozman

SET 3:  American Acapella

The Carolina Lady– Dillard Chandler, Dark Holler: Old Love Songs and Ballads

Notes Almost Divine– Alabama Sacred Harp, Southern Journey 10

Mount Zion– Alabama Sacred Harp, Southern Journey 10

Sheep, Sheep, Dontcha Know the Road– Bessie Jones and the Sea Island Singers, Southern Journey 6

O Death– Georgia Sea Island Songs

About this entry