Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Lost Highway. A fill-in on 6/25/11.

Intro: "Lost Highway" - Ninth House

Jim and Jennie Hall w/ the Dixie Mt. Ramblers - "I'm Free from Sin"
Trampled By Turtles - "Like an Empty House"
The Delmore Brothers - "No Drunkard Can Enter Here"
The John Edwards Singers - "It's Alright"

Merle Travis - "So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed"
The Mom and Dads - "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey"
Ella Mae Morse - "Tennessee Saturday Night"
Eilen Jewell - "Radio City"
Sonny Boy Williamson II - "Help Me"

Buck Owens - "Rhythm & Booze"
Elvis Presley - "Only the Strong Survive"
Lucero - "Patsy Cline"
Patsy Cline - "Turn the Cards Slowly"
Kitty Wells - "Left to Right"

Mickey Newbury - "If You Want Me to Go, I'll Go"
Clean Living - "In Heaven There Is No Beer"
Zoe Muth & the Lost High Rollers - "Tired Worker's Song"
Warren Zevon - "Carmelita"
Joe Fletcher & the Wrong Reasons - "Drunk & Single"

Jeremy Steding - "Paint the Town Red When They're Blue"
The Black Keys - "I'll Be Your Man"
Matt Woods - "Beating Down My Door"
Lucero - "Sixes and Sevens"
Patrick Sweany - "From Orange to Pink"

Glossary - "Little Caney"
Bessie Jones - "Go to Sleep Little Baby"
Justin Townes Earle - "Racing in the Streets"
William Elliot Whitmore - "Field Song"
Jim Ford - "Just Because I Can"

Brandon Adams & the Sad Bastards - "Can't See Heaven"
Bessie Smith - "Sometimes"

Jace Everett - "Bad Things"

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Lost & Found playlist for 6/23/11

The Second Line on the Thursday Lost & Found. The music of New Orleans and Louisiana all Summer long.

Part II

Intro: "Hot Tamales" - The Prime Mates

Background music for the show: Ikebe Shakedown - No Name Bar

Aaron Neville - "Hercules"
Dave Bartholomew - "Who Drank My Beer While I Was in the Rear"
Joe & Ann - "Standing at the Door"
Clarence Garlow - "New Bon Ton Rouley"
Irma Thomas - "Take a Look"

Eddy Giles - "That's How Strong My Love Is"
Candy Phillips - "Timber Pts. 1 & 2"
Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys - "La Creve de Faim (Starvation 2-step)"
Ernie K-Doe - "I'm Only Human"
Ellis Marsalis - "Dr. Jazz"

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - "The Peeper"
Eldridge Holmes - "Love Affair"
Pee Wee Crayton - "Every Dog Has It's Day"
Li'l Millet & His Creoles - "Rich Woman"
The Young Hearts - "I've Got Love for My Baby"

The Meters - "Just Kissed My Baby"
Fats Domino - "Natural Born Lover"
The Explosions - "Hip Drop"
G. Davis & R. Tyler - "Hold On, Help is On Its Way"
Marilyn Barbarin - "Reborn"

Dr. John - "Junko Partner"
T.V. Slim - "Flatfoot Sam"
Clifton Chenier - "Jambalaya"
Clifton Chenier - "My Soul"
Marion Ester - "Not Guilty"

Buckwheat Zydeco - "Hot Tamale Baby"
Little Booker - "Teenage Rock"
Big Boy Myles & the Sha-Weez - "That Girl I Married"
Sugar Boy & His Cane Cutters - "Jock-A-Mo"
Smiley Lewis - "Shame Shame Shame"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers

Friday, June 03, 2011

Lost & Found playlist for 6/2/11

The Second Line on the Thursday Lost and Found. The music of New Orleans and Louisiana all Summer long.

Part I

Intro: "Hot Tomales" - The Prime Mates

Background music for the show: Irvin Mayfield - A Love Letter to New Orleans (NEW, 2011)

Roland Cook - "I've Got a Girl"
Cyril Neville - "Gossip"
The Wild Magnolias - "Party"
Art Neville - "Bo Diddley (Part 1)"
The Tick Tocks - "I'm Gonna Get You Yet"

George Perkins - "Cryin' in the Streets"
Mary Jane Hooper - "I've Got Reasons"
Slim Saunders - "Let's Have Some Fun (Honey)"
Sonny Jones - "Lighten Up"
Clifton Chenier - "Mama Told Papa"

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - "Going Back to Louisiana"
Joe Liggins & the Honeydrippers - "Going Back to New Orleans"
Champion Jack Dupree - "Hometown New Orleans"
Allen Toussaint - "Worldwide"
Clarence 'Frogman' Henry - "Ain't Got No Home"

Leftcoast Leftover from the Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man, Patrick Bryant: Bobby Charles - "Small Town Talk" from the 1972 LP Bobby Charles

Doug Anderson - "Mama, Here Comes the Preacher"
Marcia Ball - "That's Enough of That Stuff"
Eddie Bo - "Chained"
The Rhythm Masters - "I Can Do Anything You Can"

John Williams - "Blues Tears and Sorrow"
The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars - "Not Too Eggy"
Boozoo Chavis - "Dog Hill"
Willie Harper - "Why You Wanna Do It"
Ernie K-Doe - "Te-Ta-Te-Ta-Ta"

Diamond Joe - "How to Pick a Winner"
Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven - "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?"
Eddy Giles - "Losin' Boy"
The Herculoids - "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby"
Ernie & the Top Notes - "The Dap Walk"

Outro: "Beautiful Baby" - The Clangers