Laurell subbed for me Friday so I could see X and The Detroit Cobras. Here's her playlist.
Friday, June 6, 2008
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
10 p.m. to midnight Fridays Mountain Time
Substitute Host: Laurell Reynolds
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
Solar Broken Home-Steve Terrell
Wasted Days & Wasted Nights-Freddy Fender
This Ol Cowboy-Marshall Tucker Band
Molasses In the Moonlight-Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
Michael Hurley-I'm Getting Ready To Go/Oh My Stars
Fishing Blues-The Holy Modal Rounders
Wake & Bake-The Assylum Street Spankers
The Protest Song-Neil Innes
Hippy Boy-The Flying Burrito Brothers
Okie From Muskogee-Merle Haggard
Fountain Of Love-Frank Zappa
El Paso-Marty Robbins
A Profound and Beautiful Sadness-Derrol Adams
Other Side to This Life-Fred Neil
Emmylou Harris-Everybody's Talkin At Me
Neil Young-Wayward Wind /Love In Mind (live at Massey Hall 1971)
Johhny Cash-You Wild Colorado
Blue Canadian Rockies-The Byrds
Blue Eyes Cryin In the Rain-Willie Nelson
One Paper Kid-Emmylou Harris & Willie Nelson
Moment of Forever-Willie Nelson
Make You Feel My Love-Bob Dylan
Non Dirle Che Non E Cosi (If You See Her Say Hello)-Francesco de Gregori
Red River Valley-Don Edwards
Defying Gravity-Jesse Winchester
John Hartford-Tater Tate and Allen Mundy
Joe West-The Human Cannonball
CLOSING THEME: Comin' Down by The Meat Puppets
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