Friday, September 06, 2013


Santa Fe Opry Facebook BannerFriday, Sept. 6, 2013 
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM 
10 p.m. to midnight Fridays Mountain Time 
Host: Steve Terrell 
101.1 FM
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OPENING THEME: Buckaroo by Buck Owens & The Buckaroos
Cool Arrow by Hickoids
Leavin' Amarillo by Billy Joe Shaver
Whiskey's Gone by Kirk Rundstrom
Hooker Bones 2 by DM Bob & The Deficits
The Women ('Bout to Make a Wreck Out of Me) by Buddy Jones
Oklahoma Bound by Joe West
This Life of Mine by Two Tons of Steel
Gettin' High For Jesus by Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs

The Pharmacist from Walgreen's by Gregg Turner
47 Crosses by The Goddamn Gallows
Do You Know Thee Enemy by Slim Cessna's Auto Club
Hellfire Remedy by Big John Bates
They Raided the Joint by Chuck Murphy
In My Time of Dyin' by Dad Horse Experience
Nine Miles Over the Limit by Rob Nikowlewski 
I'm Sending Daffydills by The Maddox Brothers & Rose
The Pill by Loretta Lynn

Yet Another Dang Self Portrait set 
Songs from Self Portrait, Another Self Portrait and Self Portrait songs by others
(All songs by Bob Dylan except where noted)
All the Tired Horses ( original version)
Annie's Going to Sing Her Song
Little Sadie by The Sadies
Working on a Guru
It Hurts MeToo by Elmore James
Railroad Bill by Hobart Smith
Belle Isle (Another Self Portrait version)
Wallflower by David Bromberg
The Mighty Quinn by Bob Dylan & The Band
Days of '49 by Doughbelly Price
Take a Message to Mary by The Everly Brothers
Pretty Saro by Iris Dement
Tattle O'Day

Over There's Frank by James Hand
Don't Monkey ' Round My Widder by Doc Watkins & Chet Atkins
You're All Bad (and That's Why You've Been Invited) by Eleni Mandell
Mr. Jukebox by Ernest Tubb
CLOSING THEME: Comin' Down by The Meat Puppets

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