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Santa Fe Opry Favorites Vol. 2 features more country music as the Good Lord intented for it to sound, in all its twisted roots and branches.
This show features several of New Mexico's best country/folk/hillbilly/roots-rock acts -- Kell Robertson, Mose McCormack, Hundred Year Flood, the late Rolf Cahn and the mysterious Jerry J. Nixon ... and lots more.
These are the kind of tunes I play on the Santa Fe Opry, every Friday at 10 pm (Mountain Time) on KSFR, Santa Fe Public Radio
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Opening Theme: Buckaroo by Buck Owens & The Buckaroos
Cool and Dark Inside by Kell Robertson
I Wanna Be Sedated by Two Tons of Steel
How Many Biscuits Can You Eat by Stringbean
Workin' For The Devil by Deano Waco & The Meat Purveyors
The Marriage Song by The Stumbleweeds
Beans and Make Believe by Mose McCormack
(Background music: Water Baby Boogie by Joe Maphis)
Grinding Wheel by Hundred Year Flood
Just Call Me Steven, I'm Leavin' by Cornell Hurd
Railroad Shuffle by Jerry J. Nixon
Umm Boy You're My Baby by Bill Johnson & The Dabblers
Hush Money by The Collins Kids
Stop Look and Listen by Patsy Cline
The Squid Jiggin' Ground by Peter Stampfel & The Bottle Caps
(Background music: Wednesday Night Waltz by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys)
Sweet Mary Alice by Possessed by Paul James
Hidin' in the Hills by Butch Hancock
They Don't Rob the Trains Anymore by Ronny Elliott
Special Love by Rolf Cahn
Closing Theme: Comin' Down by The Meat Puppets
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