Sunday, September 11, 2011
KSFR, Santa Fe, N.M.
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
email me during the show! terrell(at)ksfr.org
Special Post Labor Day Songs For the Workin' Man
Guest co-host Stan Rosen
OPENING THEME: Let it Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Plenty Tuff and Union Made by The Waco Brothers
Joe Hill by Paul Robeson
Boiling Frog by Pat Wynne
We Shall Not Be Moved/ I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister by The Union City Criers
The Death Of Mother Jones by Gene Autry
Yo Estoy Con Chavez by Ramon "Tigre" Rodriguez with Los Lobos
Gary Indiana 1959 by Dave Alvin
Corrido de Doleres Huerta #39 by Carmen Moreno with Los Lobos
Pie In The Sky by Utah Philips & Ani DiFranco
Corporate Welfare Song by Anne Feeney
Union Song by Carter Falco
Do Re Mi by John Mellencamp
How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live by The Del-Lords
Talking Union by Pete Seeger
September 11 Set
Let's Roll by Neil Young
It's the Day of Atonement, 2001 by Dayna Kurtz
Far Away by Sleater-Kinney
You Ain't Done Nothin' If You Ain't Been Called a Red by Faith Petric
Big Boss Man by Jimmy Reed
We Were There by Brooklyn Women's Chorus
Working for the Man by Roy Orbison
Working Man by Bo Diddley
Working at Working by Wayne Hancock
Damned Right I Got the Blues by Buddy Guy
Standing on the Shoulders by Charles Bernhardt
May the Work That I Have Done by Bruce Thomas
Working At The Gas Station by Scruff with Go Freddy Go
(Substitute) CLOSING THEME: This Land is Your Land by Pete Seeger, Sweet Honey in the Rock and Doc Watson
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