Note for those of you looking for this week's Terrell's Tune-up: What was published in Friday's Santa Fe New Mexican was just a condensed version of the little reviews of South by Southwest performances that first appeared in this very blog. Rather than having me regurgitate the recap, I invite you go scroll down and read the original posts from Austin last week, in all their full-strength typo-ed glory.
Before I go on, I want to plug the revamped KSFR website. We're not streaming over the internet quite yet, but the site sure is looking good.
Here's my play list from last night.
The Santa Fe Opry
Friday, March 26, 2004
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
Host: Steve Terrell
OPENING THEME: Buckaroo by Buck Owens & The Buckaroos
We're Going to Texas by How's Your News
Born to Be Wild by Petty Booka
More Man by The Meat Purveyors
Over the Cliff by Jon Langford
Sometimes Lovers by Joe West
I Play With Girls My Own Age by Cornell Hurd
Go to Sleep Alone by The Flatlanders
Divorce Myself by Mary Alice Woods
Don't Make Me Pregnant by Tammy Faye Starlite
Red Sun by Jerry J. Nixon
You Got a Long Way to Go by Ronnie Dawson
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You by Elvis Presley
Fools Fall in Love by Jim Stringer
Buena by Joe "King" Carrasco
Another Great Dream of You by Eric Hisaw
Living the Wrong Way by Emily Kaitz
Country Trash by Johnny Cash
Wish I Could by Marlee MacLeod
Present Joys by Alabama Sacred Harp Singers
Are You Afraid to Die by Ricky Skaggs with Rev. Billy Graham
Drifting Too Far From the Shore by The Stanley Brothers
Fame Apart from God's Approval by Norman & Nancy Blake
It's Mighty Dark to Travel by Bill Monroe
When Jesus Passed By by Tammy & Jerry Sullivan
Waiting For the Times to Get Better by Mary and Mars
Silver Thread by Furnace Mountain
Sweetheart of Waco by Chrissy Flatt
Central Avenue Romance by Nels Andrews
The Jewell of Abilene by Grey DeIsle
Baghdad by Ed Pettersen
Time to Cry by Paul Burch
Prisoner of Love by Jon Rauhouse by Kelly Hogan
Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends by Kris Kristofferson
CLOSING THEME: Comin' Down by The Meat Puppets
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