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What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2

Mbo 29 Nov 99 - 08:33 AM
Art Thieme 29 Nov 99 - 10:15 AM
Dan Evergreen 29 Nov 99 - 12:04 PM
BeauDangles 29 Nov 99 - 01:15 PM
lamarca 29 Nov 99 - 01:51 PM
Art Thieme 30 Nov 99 - 12:15 PM
Deni of Mad Rush 30 Nov 99 - 12:26 PM
JB flat top gitfiddle 30 Nov 99 - 12:28 PM
Steve Latimer 30 Nov 99 - 12:30 PM
--seed 30 Nov 99 - 03:27 PM
lamarca 30 Nov 99 - 05:28 PM
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Subject: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: Mbo
Date: 29 Nov 99 - 08:33 AM

WOW! I sure got a lot o' great responses from the songs you all love, especially that GREAT list by Art. The thread was running long, so here's a Part 2 to work on. Keep the great songs coming, and thanks!

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: Art Thieme
Date: 29 Nov 99 - 10:15 AM

Max or Joe or Dick or Barbara,

Would it be possible to delete my list at the end of the other thread and put it here in 'part two'? It did take me a while to compile.

Thanks (if doable),

Art


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: Dan Evergreen
Date: 29 Nov 99 - 12:04 PM

"Sitting on the Dock of the Bay"; "Ghost Riders in the Sky"; "When Irish Eyes are Smiling"; "Birthday Party of a King"; "Rose of Tralee"; "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen"; "Oh, Holy Night"; to name a few.


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: BeauDangles
Date: 29 Nov 99 - 01:15 PM

I am sure I will think of more after I send this, but the first thing that popped into my head was "The Planets" by Gustave Holst, especially the Jupiter movement. When I here that piece it's everything I can do just to stay in my body! It is on my list of songs to be played at my funeral when I shuffle off this mortal coil.

BeauDangles


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: lamarca
Date: 29 Nov 99 - 01:51 PM

From: lamarca channeling for Art Thieme from other thread...

These are just a few of the songs that do this for ol' Art:

A.L. Bert Lloyd or Lee Murdock--Lady Franklin's Lament
Ed Trickett--Broken Hand
Jess Morris--Goodbye Old Paint
Emery DeNoyer--Sioux Indians
B.B. King--Five Long Years
Cindy Mangsen--Hard Is The Fortune
Alan Mills--Laddie-O
Harry Jackson--Clayton Boone
O.J. Abbott--By The Hush
Frank Crumit--The Women
Jerry Rasmussen--Coal Man Blues
Judy Stein--Bamboo Lou
Gene Autry--Ridin' Down The Canyon
Peter Bellamy--A-Roving On A Winter's Night
O. J. Abbott--Plains Of Waterloo
Frank Hamilton--Meadowlands, Livin' In The Country, The Ash Grove, Geordy
Vera Hall--The Boll Weevil
Charlie Butler--Diamond Jo
Lacy J. Dalton--16th Avenue
Emery DeNoyer--Lumberman's Life
Lou Killen--The Flying Cloud
Andrew Calhoun--Water Street
Jean Ritchie--Nottamun Town
Jack Elliott--South Coast, 912 Greens
Fred Holstein or Utah Phillips--Nevada Jane
Cindy Mangsen--The Wren
Craig Johnson--New Harmony
Howie Mitchell--Kitty Alone
Jack Teagarden--I Cover The Waterfront
Warren Nelson--The Keeper Of The Light
Wade Ward--June Apple
Bob Bovee & Gail Heil--Every Bush And Tree
George Armstrong--Reynardine
Jo-El Sonier--Come On Joe
Vern Smelzer--The Summer Of 1845
Glenn Ohrlin--Sam's Waiting For A Train
Jerry Rau--Hard Times, The Bluebird Special, Jenny Girl, Traveler, Cody Sang For Me, Eighty Acres
Cisco Houston--The Girl In The Wood, 'Dobe Bill
Skip Gorman--Immigrant's Lament For Oregon, Blue Mountain
Tom Paxton--Song For Cisco, Maryanne
Ernest Tubb--Waltz Across Texas
Ian Robb--They're Takin' It Away
Butch Hawes--Arthritis Blues
Wade Hemsworth--Thw Wild Goose, Shining Birch Tree, The Sailor And His Bride
Obray Ramsey--Jim Gunner Went Out To Kill A Fat Deer
Artus Moser--I Went Upon The Mountain
Paul Roseland--Squaws Along The Yukon, My 30-06 On The Wall, The Great Yukon
Paul Robeson--Lullabye, Old Man River
Sam McGee--An Old Rusty Wagon, Railroad Blues
Hank Williams--The Old Log Train, Lovesick Blues
The Stanley Brothers--The Hills Of Roane County
Horton Barker--At The Foot Of Yonders Mountain, The City Foursquare
Derroll Adams--Freight Train Blues
Don Williams--Good Old Boys Like Me
Stan Werbin--Cajun Rocky Top
Lightnin' Hopkins--The Foot Race Is On, Mama & Papa Hopkins
Pat Dunford--Deadheads and Suckers
Archie Fisher--Western Island
Peter & Lou Berryman--When The Moon Is Your Pillow
Craig Johnson & Double Decker Stringband--Giddyup Napoleon
Sparky Rucker--Delia
Lisa Null--Virginia's Alders
Vivian Richman--Lily Of The West, The Twenty Inch, Soho On Saturday Night, The Captain And His Wife On The Coast Of Maine
Ewan MacColl--North Sea Holes, Leaving Of Liverpool
New Lost City Ramblers--Private John Q., The Death Of Ellenton
Jo Stafford--Shenandoah
John Gorka--Down In The Mill Town
Gene Autry--The Death Of Mother Jones
Steve Gillette--The Old Trail, The River, Ways Of The World
Janet Smith--Lady Gay, Shule Aroon
John Kirby & Mildred Bailey--If I Had A Ribbon Bow
Jack Elliott--1913 Massacre
Dave Gordon--In Wyandotte County
Mike Seeger--The Stars Run Down
Utah Phillips--Old Delores, Phoebe Snow
Iris Dement--Let The Mystery Be
Jeannie Robertson--The Four Marys
The Bellamy Brothers--Kids Of The Baby Boom
Albrectsbarger--Concerto For Jew's Harp
Double Decker Stringband--Evolution Girl
George & Gerry Armstrong--Sundown, Simple Gifts
John Hartford--The Delta Queen Waltz
John MacCormack--Awake Not From Thy Sweet Repose, My Langen Love
Jim Watson--Don't Let Me Come Home A Stranger
Rick Lee--The Ludlow Massacre
Mrs. Hartley Minifie--The Girls Of Ontario
Tom Brandon--The Hobo's Grave
Mrs. Wm. Townes--What's The Life Of A Man
Fred Moore--Josh Slocum And The Spray
Cathy Barton & Dave Para--The Reindeer
Don McLean--Bronco Billy's Lament
Harry Tuft--Last Train To Glory
Gordon Bok--Arbutis
Burl Ives--The Comet Kahoutek
The Black Family--Napoleon In Russia
Tish Hinojosa--The Real West
Aaron Copland---The Promise Of Living, Our Town
Sean Davey--The Brendan Voyage
Ewan MacColl--A Man's A Man For A That, My Old Man, Shoals Of Herring
Jenny Armstrong--Icarus
Jud Strunk--Daisy A Day
Fred Campeau--Song For The Barbarossa
Tannahill Weavers---Auld Lang Syne
Pete Seeger--The Banks Of Champlain, Frozen Charlotte
Tommy Johnson--Big Road Blues
Willie Lofton--Dark Road Blues
Walter Vinson--Stop And Listen
Stan Rogers--Flying
Martyn Wyndham Read--Bold Reynolds
Don Lange--Ballad For Lord Franklin
Rev. Gary Davis--You Got To Move
Judy Collins--Colorado
Jim Ringer--California Joe
Tex Ritter--The Face On The Bar Room Floor
Bob Wills or Merle Haggard--My Little Cherokee Maiden
Spider John Koerner--The Good Old Earth Hangs In The Sky
Tommy Thompson--Hot Buttered Rum, Black Smoke Passenger Train Farewell
Emery Denoyer--Where Evergreens Do Grow, Jam At Garry's Rock, Little Brown Bulls
Doc Hopkins--One Vacant Chair, Dupree
Charlie Parker & Red Rodney---Lover Man
Mrs. Bessie Gordon--The Baggage Coach Ahead
Steve Goodman---Dying Cub Fan's Last Request, If Our Lives Were On Video Tape
Jimmy Buffett--He Went To Paris
Sandy Paton---Long A-growing, Katy Cruel
Woody Guthrie--Ranger's Command, Jackhammer John
Nina Simone--Cotton Eyed Joe
Johnny Carignan--Le Real Du Pindu
Tim O'Brien--Unwed Fathers
Glenn Miller--The White Cliffs Of Dover
Mississippi John Hurt--Louis Collins
Win Stracke and Studs Terkel---A Wee Drappie O't
Wilf Carter--The Mounties And The Trapper
Geoff Muldaur--Brazil
Rosalie Sorrels---The Star Of Bannock
Joe Hickerson--The Boreens Of Derry
Paul Clayton--Jack Haggerty And His Flat River Girl
Son House--Death Letter Blues
Kathy & Carol---Brightest and Best, The Blacksmith
Lorraine Lee--The Harvest Song
John MacCormack--Il Mio Tesoro
Bob Gibson--The Old Songs, You're Still Gonna Die, Matty Groves
Ian Tyson--Short Grass, The Renegade
Richard Dyer Bennett--Pull Off Your Old Coat
Marian Anderson--Deep River, Good Shepherd, Ride On King Jesus
Tom Russell--Blue Wing
Bok, Trickett & Muir---The Ways Of Man
Jack Guthrie--Oklahoma Hills
Pete Sutherland--Ashes
Lefty Frizell--Long Black Veil, Saginaw Michican
Jerry Rau---The Streets Of Dinky Town
Anne Hills--Follow That Road
Kieren Kane--Dirty Little Town
Grit Laskin---One Sunday Night In The City Of Light, My Turn
Cindy Mangsen--Dark Of The Moon, Bonny Light Horseman
Gordon Bok--Keep The Flame
Ricky Scaggs--Highway 40 Blues
Gordon Bok--The Brandy Tree
Bill Staines--Jolie Girl, Missouri Road Song, Where I Live, She Was A Sailor, The Quiet Faith Of Man
Frank Proffitt--Bonnie James Campbell, Hard Times On Beaver Dam Road
Bessie Smith--It's A Long Old Road Blues
McPeak Family---Wild Mountain Thyme
Louvin Brothers--When I Stop Dreaming
Tim Hardin--The Black Sheep Boy
Ed Miller--The Exiles
Billie Holiday--Lover Man
Sons Of The Pioneers--So Long To The Red River Valley, Montana, Way Out There, Oklahoma, Long Long Trail A-Winding, Salt River Valley, River Of
No ReturnPat Foster--A Trip Across The Plains
Bob Gibson & Bob Camp---Me And Jimmie Rodgers
John Hartford--The Mystery Below
Kate Wolf--The Times We're Living In
Kris Kristofferson--To Beat The Devil
Art Garfunkel--Barbara Allen
Hezekiah Jenkins--The Panic Is on
Andy Irvin & Patrick Street--Tom Joad (new tune)
John Hartford--Lorena, Kentucky Pool
Dry Branch Fire Squad--Land Of The Big Machines
Dave Gordon--Pie Alamo
Tom T. Hall---Old Dogs And Children
Bodie Sturdevant---Aint No Grave Can Hold My Body Down
David Mallett--Change Of The Seasons
Thelonious Monk--Round Midnight
Vasilios Gaitanos--Song For Greece
Ian Robb--You Tyrants Of England
Howie Bursen--Joshua Gone Barbados
Robert Earl Keen--The Road Goes On
Walkin' Jim Stoltz--Listen To The Wind

Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: Art Thieme
Date: 30 Nov 99 - 12:15 PM

LaMarca, Thank you! Amazing. How did you do that?

Art


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: Deni of Mad Rush
Date: 30 Nov 99 - 12:26 PM

Got to be sudden waves, by Les Barker, preferably sung by June Tabor, but not necessarily. I am evangelical about it at every chance I get.


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: JB flat top gitfiddle
Date: 30 Nov 99 - 12:28 PM

I would have to say that the old spiritual "Cold Jordan" would make me drop anything I was holdin. The bass notes in that one are right on! Another would have to be a version of Pete Rowans "Walls of Time" that was a duet with Bill Monroe in 64 at the Newport Folk FEstival. And my last choices would be the tune "shady grove" from the same show with Bill and Pete and Garcia and Grismans version on the Shady Grove album they released.


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: Steve Latimer
Date: 30 Nov 99 - 12:30 PM

Bukka White, Special Streamline Blind Willie Johnson,Dark Was the Night Bob Dylan, Girl From the North Country & Forever Young


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: --seed
Date: 30 Nov 99 - 03:27 PM

Geez, Art, if all those songs make you drop everything you must have lots of broken stuff around the house...

--seed(who'sneverbeenmadetodropeverythingbyhearingArtsingonlybecauseeverytimehe'sheardhimsingheputtheCDonhimselfandwasalreadyintendingtodonothingbutlisten)


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Subject: RE: What Song Makes You Drop Everything P.2
From: lamarca
Date: 30 Nov 99 - 05:28 PM

Art - I copied it off your original post into MS Word, did a global replace of every carriage return with the HTML Break tag: Go to the Edit menu, "Replace All", use special symbol menu to select the paragraph symbol as the item to replace, and enter the Break symbol as the thing you want to replace it with. Click "Replace All", and bingo! all the Break tags are put in in one fell swoop (or one Swell Foop). Then copy it into "Reply to thread" window. It took about a minute and a half...it obviously took you a LOT of work to compile it in the first place!

If you are making long lists of things, or typing lyrics out, it's easiest to do it in a word processor with a replace function. End each line with an easily typed character, like "/", then after typing, replace "/" with the Break tag. As I am a 4-finger typist at best, anything that saves me from having to type "shift-left angle bracket, br, shift-right angle bracket" over and over speeds things up. Also, I can read through the lyrics and proof before posting...


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