Friday, May 23, 2008
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
10 p.m. to midnight Fridays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell
Now Simulcasting 90.7 FM, and our new, stronger signal, 101.1 FM
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OPENING THEME: Buckaroo by Buck Owens & The Buckaroos
Ring of Fire by Dick Dale
Drinkin' & Cheatin' & Death by The Waco Brothers
Summer Wages by David Bromberg
Bowlegged Charlie by Otis Taylor
Sixteen Tons by Leon Russell
Coal Tattoo by Kathy Mattea
You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive by Patty Loveless
Drinkin' Wine by Gene Simmons
Too Much Monkey Business by Sleepy LaBeef
My Pretty Quadroon by Jerry Lee Lewis
Boo Boo the Cat by Hasil Adlins
Wildcat Tamer by Dale Hawkins
Junkyard in the Sun by Butch Hancock
Buckskin Stallion Blues by Jimmie Dale Gilmore & Mudhoney
Irish Rockabilly Blues by Ronny Elliott
Long Black Veil by Simon Stokes
What Am I Worth by Dave Alvin with Syd Straw
The Drivers Are Out Tonight by Porter Wagoner
You Win Again by Mother Earth
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitgerald by Laura Cantrell
Dancing with the Ghost of William Bonney by Bone Orchard
Don't Get Above Your Raisin' by Ricky Skaggs with Elvis Costello
Hobo Rockstar by The Deadly Gentlemen
My True Love by Mama Rosin
Never Sang the Blues by The Dead Brothers
She's Not For You by Willie Nelson
Margie's at the Lincoln Park Inn by Bobby Bare
Willie and Laura Mae Jones by Tony Joe White
Moves Me Deeply by Peter Case
CLOSING THEME: Comin' Down by The Meat Puppets
Steve Terrell is proud to report to the monthly Freeform American Roots
UPDATE: Funny Typo Dept.
For several days I credited "Junkyard in the Sun" to "Botch Hancock." My friend Peter caught it. Sorry, Butch for botching your name!
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