Anchored in Love, April 11, 2010


Stage Fright, The Band, A Musical History
Buffalo Gals, Woody Guthrie, The Asch Recordings
Liza Jane, New Lost City Ramblers, Live Bluegrass at Newport, 1963
Ground hog– Doc Watson, Doc Watson Family
Little Lulie– Dick Justice, Old Time Music from West Virginia 1927-1929
Hills of West Virginia– Phil Ochs and Joan Baez, Live!
West Virginia My Home– Hazel Dickens, Live 2003
The Miner’s Blues– Frank Hutchinson, Old Time Music From West Virginia
Someday Baby Blues– Sleepy John Estes and Hammie Nixon

Set 2: Ev’rybody’s Crazy ’bout the Doggone Blues But I’m Happy
Ev’rybody’s Crazy ’bout the Doggone Blues But I’m Happy– Wilbur Sweatman’s Original Jazz Band
I Heard the Voice of A Porkchop Say– Jim Jackson, Good for What Ails You (sorry, out of theme)
Careless Love– Bessie Smith, Classic Blues vol. 9
These Foolish Things– Billie Holliday, Cocktail Hour Disc 1
The Home Fire– Louis Armstrong, Louis Armstrong and the All Stars, What a Wonderful World, 1968 (by request)
You Are My Lucky Star– Eleanor Powell and Tommy Dorsey
Misty/How About You?– Sarah Vaughan
Tom Cat– King Oliver’s Jazz Band, King Oliver 1923-26
Too Bad– King Oliver’s Jazz Band, King Oliver, 1923-26
The Jazz Dance, Blake’s Jazzone Orchestra, Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry
Some of These Days– Sophie Tucker, Origins of the Red Hot Mama
Missouri Joe– Sophie Tucker

SET 3: Dry Bones
Mama Kilio-e– Jean Bosco Mwenda, Mwenda Jean Bosco
Swing and Turn Jubilee– Jean Ritchie and Doc Watson, Live at Folk City
Hard Times– Mirah and the Black Cat Orchestra, To All We Stretch the Open Arms
Sweet Rivers– Almeda Riddle, How Firm a Foundation. (sang this at sacred harp today!)
What are They Doing in Heaven Today?– Washington Phillips, What are They Doing in Heaven Today?
Go Go Liza Jane– Levon and the Hawks
Roses in the Morning– Clyde Davenport, Clydeoscope
Turn on Your Lovelight– Grateful Dead with Janis Joplin (sorry, couldn’t resist!!)


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