Thanks to Laurell for subbing for me on the SF Opry last night so I could go cover the Barack Obama speech. The speech was at Santa Fe Community College, where KSFR also is located. So when Laurell drove out to do the show, she wasn't able to go into the campus, which was the scene of a huge traffic jam caused by people leaving the Obama event. SHe had to park way out on Richards Avenue. So I appreciate her doing the show even more than usual.
Friday, February 1, 2008
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
10 p.m. to midnight Fridays Mountain Time
Substitute Host: Laurell Reynolds
Kris Kristofferson-Don't Let the Bastards Get You Down
Neil young-Lookin' For a Leader
Johnny Cash-Heart of Gold
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan-Carolina Sundown Red /High on You
Dan Hicks-I Feel Like Singin'
Santa Fe All Stars-Jockey Full of Bourbon
Wille Nelson-Bubbles in My Beer
Johnny Rodrieguez-Ridin' My Thumb to Mexico
Trailer Bride-Wildness /Porch Song
Billy Bragg & Wilco-Hot Rod Hotel
Neko Case & her Boyfriends-Somebody Led Me Away
Jeannie C Riley-Words, Names, Faces
Buck Owens-Act Naturally
Hank Williams Honky tonk Man
Harry Johnson-It's Nothin' To Me
Holy Modal Rounders-Hot Corn Cold Corn
Flying Burrito Brothers-If You Gotta Go, Go Now
Gene Vincent-Pistol Packin' Mama
Jeannie Sealy-Don't Touch Me
Tammy Wynette-I Don't Wanna Play House
Carl Perkins-The Outside Lookin' In
George Jones-You're Still On My Mind
Johnny Cash-In the Sweet By & By
Patsy Cline-Sweet Dreams
Fred Neil-A Little Bit of Rain
Rosalee Sorrels-I Am a Union Woman
Townes Van Zandt-Our Mother the Mountain
Iris DeMent-Our Town / Sweet Is the Melody
Santa Fe All Stars-Walker
Bob Dylan-All I Really Want to Do
Daniel Johnston-Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Your Grievances
Julia Scaddon & Sarah Anne Tuck-The Prickety Bush
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