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Humble Pie January 7, 2017 Thought + Playlist

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Thought: “Ride the horse in the direction that it’s going.”

PLAYLIST:  09:02AM-09:05AM (3:20) Chet Atkins, c.g.p. with Tommy Emmanuel “To 'b' Or Not To 'b'” from The Day Finger Pickers Took Over the World (1997) on columbia

09:05AM-09:09AM (3:51) T Sisters “It Was Me” from Kindred Lines (2014) on Spruce and Maple Music Local

09:09AM-09:12AM (3:28) Front Range “Sing Me A River” from Silent Ground (2000) on Sugar Hill

09:12AM-09:16AM (4:00) Front Country “Like a River” from Sake of the Sound (2014) on Front Country

09:16AM-09:19AM (2:59) Barry & Holly Tashian “I Caught a Keeper” from Straw Into Gold on Concord Records

09:19AM Set break

09:20AM-09:22AM (2:37) Sons of the Pioneers “A Melody from the Sky” from My Saddle Pals and I: Tumblin' Tumbleweeds on Proper

09:22AM-09:25AM (2:58) Girls of the Golden West “Cowboy Love Call” from Roll Along Prairie Moon (2004) on B.A.C.M.

09:25AM-09:27AM (2:24) Gene Autry “you Are My Sunshine” from The Essential Gene Autry (2005) on Columbia/Legacy

09:27AM Set break — RECIPE SECTION

09:30AM-09:32AM (2:41) The Carter Family “Black Jack David” from Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music Volume 4 on Revenant

09:32AM-09:36AM (3:20) BLUE SKY BOYS “Down on the Banks of the Ohio” from Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music Volume 4 on Revenant

09:36AM Set break

09:37AM-09:39AM (2:31) Clayton McMichen “Farewell Blues” from Farewell Blues on Krazy Kat

09:39AM-09:42AM (2:52) Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys “Right or Wrong” from 'King of Western Swing' on ASV

09:42AM-09:44AM (2:11) Chet Atkins, Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle “Honey Be My Honey Bee” from Chet Atkins 1949 on Country Routes

09:44AM-09:47AM (2:51) Merle Travis “Sixteen Tons” from Hot Pickin' (2003) on Proper Records

09:47AM-09:50AM (3:03) Rosalie Allen “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You” from Jealous Heart on B.A.C.M.

09:50AM Set break

09:51AM-09:52AM (1:53) Oscar Brand & Jean Ritchie “Paper of Pins” from Greatest Folk Singers of the Sixties on Vanguard

09:52AM-09:56AM (4:05) Odetta “Rambling Round Your City” from Roots of Folk on Vanguard

09:56AM-10:00AM (3:03) Sam and Kirk McGee “Don't Let Your Deal Go Down” from Classic Old-Time Music From Smithsonian Folkways (2003) on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

10:00AM Set break

10:03AM-10:06AM (3:23) Gillian Welch “Red Clay Halo” from Boots No. 1 on Acony Records

10:06AM-10:09AM (3:18) Del McCoury Band “The New York Trains” composed by Del McCoury from Del & Woody on McCoury Music/RED

10:09AM-10:13AM (3:33) Kathy Kallick Band “Foxhounds” from Foxhounds (2015) on Live Oak Records

10:13AM-10:16AM (3:14) Larry Stephenson Band “Ruby's Purse” from Weep Little Willow on Whysper Dream Music

10:16AM Set break

10:17AM-10:20AM (3:40) The Ragging Grannies “Proud Hippies” from Sounding Off on Independent

10:20AM-10:23AM (2:31) Woody Guthrie “Do-re-mi” from If You Ain't Got the Do-Re-Mi (2007) on Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

10:23AM-10:27AM (4:13) Rhiannan Giddens “Last Kind Words” from Tomorrow Is My Turn on Nonesuch

10:27AM-10:30AM (2:47) Pete Seeger “Which Side Are You On?” from Pete Seeger's Greatest Hits on Columbia/Legacy

10:30AM-10:34AM (4:36) Joan Baez “Deportee (Plane Wreck at los Gatos)” from 75th Birthday Celebration on Razor and Tie

10:34AM Set break

10:36AM-10:43AM (7:52) Jerry Garcia & David Grisman “A Shenandoah Lullaby” from Not For Kids Only (1993) on Acoustic Disc

10:43AM-10:47AM (3:17) Pam Gadd “They Tore Down Our Mountain” from The Long Road on Vanguard

10:47AM-10:49AM (2:31) John Prine “Falling in Love Again” from For Better, Or Worse on Oh Boy Records

10:49AM-10:53AM (4:17) Madeleine Peyroux “Hard Times Come Again No More” from Secular Hymns on Impulse

10:53AM Set break

10:55AM-10:57AM (2:33) Red Knuckles & The Trailblazers “Dixie Cannonball” from Freight Train Blues: Classic Railroad Songs on Rounder Records

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Humble Pie airs on Saturdays from 9 am to 11 am and is hosted by Jimmy Humble. Folk, acoustic and singer-songwriter music, sometimes blues and country music.

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