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Humble Pie August 13, 2016 Thought + Playlist

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Thought: “The only way to bring peace to the earth is to learn to make our own life peaceful.”  The Buddha

PLAYLIST:   09:01AM-09:04AM (3:20) Chet Atkins, C.G.P., Tommy Emmanuel “To 'b' Or Not To 'b'” from The Day Finger Pickers Took Over The World (1997) on columbia

09:04AM-09:08AM (4:22) Joan Baez “Forever Young” from 75th Birthday Celebration on Razor & Tie

09:08AM-09:12AM (3:23) Raul Malo “Beautiful Dreamer” from Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster on American Roots

09:12AM-09:15AM (3:18) Leyla McCalla “A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey” from A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey on Jazz Village

09:15AM-09:18AM (3:24) Gibson Brothers “Frozen in Time” from Help My Brother (2011) on Compass Records

09:18AM Set break

09:20AM-09:23AM (3:17) Gene Autry “Tumblin Tumbleweeds” from The Essential Gene Autry (2005) on columbia

09:23AM-09:25AM (2:10) Millie and Dolly Good “The Oregon Trail” from Songs of the West on Old Homestead

09:25AM-09:28AM (2:53) Leon Chappelear “Texas Plains” from Western Swing Chronicles Vol. 2: Leon Chappelear on Original Jazz Library

09:28AM Set break — Recipe Section

09:31AM-09:33AM (2:28) The Girls Of The Golden West “When It's Roundup Time In Texas” from Flowers in the Wildwood on Trikont

09:33AM-09:36AM (2:52) The Chuck Wagon Gang “We Are Climbing” from Flowers in the Wildwood on Trikont

09:36AM Set break

09:37AM-09:39AM (2:21) Leon Selph “Tell Me If You Love Me” from You Ought To See My Fanny Dance on Bear Family

09:39AM-09:41AM (2:05) Merle Travis & Tex Ann “Lolly To Dum Dey” from Wild Goose on B.A.C.M.

09:41AM-09:44AM (3:09) Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies “Sweet Jennie Lee” from Kings of Western Swing Vol. 1 on Pazzazz

09:44AM-09:46AM (1:55) The Dinning Sisters & George Barnes “The Trail of the Lonesome Pine” from Back In Country Style (feat. George Barnes) (2002) on Jasmine Records

09:46AM-09:49AM (2:48) Al Dexter & His Troopers “Wine Women and Song” from Pistol Packin' Mama on ASV

09:49AM-09:51AM (2:25) Rosalie Allen “Rose of the Alamo” from The Hillbilly Yodel Star of the 1940s on Cattle Compact

09:51AM-09:54AM (2:43) Hank Williams “Move it On Over” from Move It On Over on Proper Records

09:54AM Set break — Mendocino County Remembered by Linda Pack

10:02AM-10:05AM (3:35) Joan Baez “God is God” composed by Steve Earle from 75th Birthday Celebration on Razor & Tie

10:05AM-10:08AM (2:45) Dave Van Ronk “Gambler's Blues” from The Folkways Years, 1959-1961 (1991) on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

10:08AM-10:11AM (2:57) Lucinda Williams “Compassion” composed by Lucinda Williams from Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone (2014) on Thirty Tigers

10:11AM-10:15AM (4:13) Jorma Kaukonen “Just Because” from Blue Country Heart (2002) on columbia

10:15AM Set break

10:16AM-10:19AM (3:14) The Delta Sisters “My North Carolina Home” from Music from the Old Timey Hotel (1994) on Ubik Sound

10:19AM-10:22AM (2:57) Jim Kweskin and the Jug Band “Jug Band Music” from Jim Kweskin: Greatest Hits on Vanguard

10:22AM-10:25AM (3:05) Gillian Welch “Acony Bell” from Revival (1996) on Acony Records

10:25AM-10:27AM (2:25) Doc Watson “My Dear Old Southern Home” from My Dear Old Southern Home (1993) on Sugar Hill

10:27AM Set break

10:28AM-10:32AM (4:04) TONY FURTADO “I Will” from Within Reach (1992) on Rounder Records

10:32AM-10:34AM (2:26) The Persuasions “From Me To You” from Sing the Beatles on Chesky

10:34AM-10:37AM (3:24) Joan Baez “Blackbird” from 75th Birthday Celebration on Razor & Tie

10:37AM Set break

10:39AM-10:43AM (4:43) Flaco Jimenez “The Free Mexican Airforce” from The Best of Flaco Jimenez (2007) on Arhoolie Records

10:43AM-10:48AM (4:53) Melody Walker “Dreamin” from Gold Rush Goddess (2011) on Independent

10:48AM-10:51AM (3:16) Riders In the Sky “Here Comes the Santa Fe” from Silver Jubilee (2003) on Acoustic Disc

10:51AM-10:54AM (2:54) Asleep at The Wheel “It's All Your Fault (with Katie Shore)” from Still the King: Celebrating the Music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys on Bismeaux Records

10:54AM Set break

10:55AM-10:57AM (2:47) Larry Stephenson “What Really Matters” from What Really Matters (2012) on Compass


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