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Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company

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Subject: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: SINSULL
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 01:12 PM

This is the playlist from Mike Regenstreif's radio show. Kendall Morse shares the bill with Ian and Sylvia, Tom Paxton, Ramblin Jack Elliott, Dave Van Ronk, Mahalia Jackson, etc. Wonder how he finds time to spend with us.

> FOLK ROOTS/FOLK BRANCHES with Mike Regenstreif > > Thursday mornings (9-11:30 eastern) on CKUT (90.3 FM) in Montreal > > Folk Roots/Folk Branches is the only broadly-defined, > folk-oriented program on Montreal radio. The CKUT signal extends > throughout the Montreal area and into parts of northern New York, northern > Vermont and Eastern Ontario. > > CKUT can also be heard worldwide in RealAudio from the Folk > Roots/Folk Branches web site. > > http://www.ckutfolk.com > > July 26, 2001 > > Note: This show was extended until noon. Until further notice, Folk > Roots/Folk Branches will be on until noon every week. > > FAIRFIELD FOUR- Po' Lazarus > Down from the Mountain soundtrack (Lost Highway) > JOHN HARTFORD- Big Rock Candy Mountain > Down from the Mountain soundtrack (Lost Highway) > > TEXAS GLADDEN- One Morning in May > Ballad Legacy (Rounder) > TRACY SCHWARZ- Tom Sherman's Barroom > New Lost City Ramblers: 40 Years of Concert Recordings (Rounder) > KATE & ANNA McGARRIGLE- St. James Hospital > Heartbeats Accelerating (Private) > RAMBLIN' JACK ELLIOTT & DAVE VAN RONK- St. James Infirmary > The Long Ride (HighTone) > > HARRY NILSSON- The Ash Grove > Hollywood Dreamer (Fuel 2000/True North) > THE BIG THREE- Nora's Dove (Dink's Song) > Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino) > HEDY WEST- 500 Miles > Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino) > IAN & SYLVIA- Four Stong Winds > Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino) > TOM PAXTON- I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound > Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino) > > The Champlain Valley Folk Festival is August 3-5 in Burlington, > VT. For information, visit http://www.cvfest.org/ or call 1-800-769-9176. > > STEEL RAIL- Where We Kissed > The Road Less Travelled (Crossties) > MATAPAT- Un p'tit soulier, Madame > petit fou (Borealis) > DENT-DE-LION (lead vocal: DANA WHITTLE)- pousses-moi donc > les beaux yeux bleus (minuit dans la cuisine) > MALKUM & CHRIS- Midnight Special > Yes, I Want to Go (Buckatoon) > SUSIE BURKE & DAVID SURETTE- What You Do With What You've Got > Sometimes in the Evening (Madrina) > > BOB FRANKE- For Real > Long Roads, Short Visits (Daring) > JOEL MABUS- Balm in Gilead > Six of One (Fossil) > TOM PAXTON & ANNE HILLS- Carry It On > Under American Skies (Appleseed) > > KENDALL MORSE- The Haying Song > Beginner's Luck (Outer Green) > GEOFF BARTLEY- July > Interstates (Magic Crow) > ME & MY UNCLE- Big Sky Over Me > Me & My Uncle (Laughing Cactus) > DAVID FRANCEY- Flowers of Saskatchewan > Far End of Summer (Laker) > THE KENNEDYS- Rappahannock > Positvely Live! (Jiffyjam) > > MISSISSIPPI JOHN HURT- Since I've Laid My Burden Down > The Complete Studio Recordings (Vanguard) > GILLIAN WELCH- Beulah Land > Avalon Blues: A Tribute to the Music of Mississippi John Hurt > (Vanguard) > MAHALIA JACKSON- Elijah Rock > Mahalia Jackson in Concert Easter Sunday, 1967 (Columbia/Legacy) > > TIM HARRISON- One Woman > Sara and the Sea (Second Avenue) > RICK WHITELAW- Windward > Polishing the Stone (Rick Whitelaw) > JEZ LOWE & JAKE WALTON- The Bergen > Two a Roue (Tantobie) > FRED HOLSTEIN- Dona Dona > Fred Holstein: A Collection (Fred Holstein) > > ANNIE WENZ- Saskatoon Station > Poet's Dance (Gypsy Moon Rising) > EVA CASSIDY- Woodstock > Time After Time (Blix Street) > JONI MITCHELL- Rainy Night House > Ladies of the Canyon (Reprise) > LEONARD COHEN- Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye > Field Commander Cohen: Tour of 1979 (Columbia) > > FLATT & SCRUGGS- Salty Dog Blues > Newport Folk Festival: Best of Bluegrass 1959-66 (Vanguard) > JIM & JESSE- Memphis, Tennessee > Newport Folk Festival: Best of Bluegrass 1959-66 (Vanguard) > > DAN HICKS & HIS HOT LICKS- Canned Music > The Most of Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks (Epic/Legacy) > DAVE VAN RONK- Blues in the News > Sweet & Lowdown (Justin Time) > ROY MILTON- Information Blues > Specialty Records Greatest Hits (Specialty) > DAWN TYLER BLUES PROJECT- Rollin' Joe > Ten Dollar Dress (Preservation) > C.J. CHENIER- Everybody Needs a Little Monkey Business > Step It Up! (Alligator) > LLOYD PRICE- Lawdy Miss Clawdy > Specialty Records Greatest Hits (Specialty) > LITTLE RICHARD- Long Tall Sally > Specialty Records Greatest Hits (Specialty) > > DOUG JAMES- Bobbie's Boogie > Blow Mr. Low (Stony Plain) > > Folk Roots/Folk Branches playlists since September 1998 are > archived at. http://www.ckutfolk.com/playlist.htm > > For a list of all of the past guests on Folk Roots/Folk Branches > (with website links), visit. http://www.ckutfolk.com/guests.htm > > Questions/comments are always welcome. > > > > Mike Regenstreif > > Host/Producer: Folk Roots/Folk Branches -- CKUT, Montreal > Reviewer/Feature Writer: Montreal Gazette > Reviewer/Feature Writer: Sing Out! Magazine > > mike@ckutfolk.com >


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: Amos
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 01:43 PM

Let's try HTML --

 
 FOLK ROOTS/FOLK BRANCHES with Mike Regenstreif
 
 Thursday mornings (9-11:30 eastern) on CKUT (90.3 FM) in Montreal
 
 Folk Roots/Folk Branches is the only broadly-defined,
 folk-oriented program on Montreal radio. The CKUT signal extends
 throughout the Montreal area and into parts of northern New York, northern
 Vermont and Eastern Ontario.
 
 CKUT can also be heard worldwide in RealAudio from the Folk
 Roots/Folk Branches web site.
 
 http://www.ckutfolk.com
 
 July 26, 2001
 
 Note: This show was extended until noon. Until further notice, Folk
 Roots/Folk Branches will be on until noon every week.
 

 FAIRFIELD FOUR- Po' Lazarus
 Down from the Mountain soundtrack (Lost Highway)

 JOHN HARTFORD- Big Rock Candy Mountain
 Down from the Mountain soundtrack (Lost Highway)
 

 TEXAS GLADDEN- One Morning in May
 Ballad Legacy (Rounder)

 TRACY SCHWARZ- Tom Sherman's Barroom
 New Lost City Ramblers: 40 Years of Concert Recordings (Rounder)

 KATE & ANNA McGARRIGLE- St. James Hospital
 Heartbeats Accelerating (Private)

 RAMBLIN' JACK ELLIOTT & DAVE VAN RONK- St. James Infirmary
 The Long Ride (HighTone)
 

 HARRY NILSSON- The Ash Grove
 Hollywood Dreamer (Fuel 2000/True North)

 THE BIG THREE- Nora's Dove (Dink's Song)
 Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino)

 HEDY WEST- 500 Miles
 Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino)

 IAN & SYLVIA- Four Stong Winds
 Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino)

 TOM PAXTON- I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound
 Washington Square Memoirs: The Great Urban Folk Boom 1950-1970 (Rhino)
 
 The Champlain Valley Folk Festival is August 3-5 in Burlington,
 VT. For information, visit http://www.cvfest.org/ or call 1-800-769-9176.
 

 STEEL RAIL- Where We Kissed
 The Road Less Travelled (Crossties)

 MATAPAT- Un p'tit soulier, Madame
 petit fou (Borealis)

 DENT-DE-LION (lead vocal: DANA WHITTLE)- pousses-moi donc
 les beaux yeux bleus (minuit dans la cuisine)

 MALKUM & CHRIS- Midnight Special
 Yes, I Want to Go (Buckatoon)

 SUSIE BURKE & DAVID SURETTE- What You Do With What You've Got
 Sometimes in the Evening (Madrina)
 

 BOB FRANKE- For Real
 Long Roads, Short Visits (Daring)

 JOEL MABUS- Balm in Gilead
 Six of One (Fossil)

 TOM PAXTON & ANNE HILLS- Carry It On
 Under American Skies (Appleseed)
 

 KENDALL MORSE- The Haying Song
 Beginner's Luck (Outer Green)

 GEOFF BARTLEY- July
 Interstates (Magic Crow)

 ME & MY UNCLE- Big Sky Over Me
 Me & My Uncle (Laughing Cactus)

 DAVID FRANCEY- Flowers of Saskatchewan
 Far End of Summer (Laker)

 THE KENNEDYS- Rappahannock
 Positvely Live! (Jiffyjam)
 

 MISSISSIPPI JOHN HURT- Since I've Laid My Burden Down
 The Complete Studio Recordings (Vanguard)

 GILLIAN WELCH- Beulah Land
 Avalon Blues: A Tribute to the Music of Mississippi John Hurt
 (Vanguard)

 MAHALIA JACKSON- Elijah Rock
 Mahalia Jackson in Concert Easter Sunday, 1967 (Columbia/Legacy)
 
 TIM HARRISON- One Woman
 Sara and the Sea (Second Avenue)

 RICK WHITELAW- Windward
 Polishing the Stone (Rick Whitelaw)

 JEZ LOWE & JAKE WALTON- The Bergen
 Two a Roue (Tantobie)

 FRED HOLSTEIN- Dona Dona
 Fred Holstein: A Collection (Fred Holstein)
 

 ANNIE WENZ- Saskatoon Station
 Poet's Dance (Gypsy Moon Rising)

 EVA CASSIDY- Woodstock
 Time After Time (Blix Street)

 JONI MITCHELL- Rainy Night House
 Ladies of the Canyon (Reprise)

 LEONARD COHEN- Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye
 Field Commander Cohen: Tour of 1979 (Columbia)
 

 FLATT & SCRUGGS- Salty Dog Blues
 Newport Folk Festival: Best of Bluegrass 1959-66 (Vanguard)

 JIM & JESSE- Memphis, Tennessee
 Newport Folk Festival: Best of Bluegrass 1959-66 (Vanguard)
 

 DAN HICKS & HIS HOT LICKS- Canned Music
 The Most of Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks (Epic/Legacy)

 DAVE VAN RONK- Blues in the News
 Sweet & Lowdown (Justin Time)

 ROY MILTON- Information Blues
 Specialty Records Greatest Hits (Specialty)

 DAWN TYLER BLUES PROJECT- Rollin' Joe
 Ten Dollar Dress (Preservation)
 
C.J. CHENIER- Everybody Needs a Little Monkey Business
 Step It Up! (Alligator)

 LLOYD PRICE- Lawdy Miss Clawdy
 Specialty Records Greatest Hits (Specialty)

 LITTLE RICHARD- Long Tall Sally
 Specialty Records Greatest Hits (Specialty)
 
 DOUG JAMES- Bobbie's Boogie
 Blow Mr. Low (Stony Plain)
 
 Folk Roots/Folk Branches playlists since September 1998 are
 archived at. http://www.ckutfolk.com/playlist.htm
 
 For a list of all of the past guests on Folk Roots/Folk Branches
 (with website links), visit. http://www.ckutfolk.com/guests.htm
 
 Questions/comments are always welcome.
 
 
 
 Mike Regenstreif
 
 Host/Producer: Folk Roots/Folk Branches -- CKUT, Montreal
 Reviewer/Feature Writer: Montreal Gazette
 Reviewer/Feature Writer: Sing Out! Magazine
 
 mike@ckutfolk.com
 


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: catspaw49
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 02:00 PM

You know you've been around the joint a long time when you know what a thread is about and who probably started it simply by the words and style of the title. This one had 2 possibilities.........1) Sinsull announcing some performance of Kendall's ("Captain"=Sinsullese); or 2) Rick Fielding announcing something about Kendall getting together with Hedy West (Rick loves the play on words stuff like Heady/Hedy).

In any case, I am glad the ol' Fart is getting some airplay on a show like Mike's which is really a fine show. I try to tune in whenever I can as Mike really puts together not only a fine playlist but passes on some great stories and info. Glad to see the noon thing too. I've missed his show for several weeks now, but as summer runs into fall and the kids get back on school schedule, I get back on MY schedule too.

Good job there Cap'n and be sure to check in when you're out of jail. It seems Kendall had a belaying pin hanging from his belt and was scaring women who thought he was exposing himself and things went downhill from there.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: SINSULL
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 02:04 PM

Oh Amos. That is embarrassing. Thank you. Thought it was in HTML.

And Spaw - Kendall is too modest to admit it but that was not a belaying pin.


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: kendall
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 02:26 PM

Jeez Mary, do you tell everything you know?


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: SINSULL
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 08:05 PM

No, I don't. In fact, I have not yet identified the women in question. Nor have I offered an explanation of what they were screaming about that caused the police to believe that you were exposing yourself. Given your attitude, now I will never tell...but Spaw might.


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: GUEST
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 08:29 PM

Inquiring minds want to know...


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: Rick Fielding
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 09:32 PM

SPAW I resent that! I would have gotten at least TWO puns in the title!

"Heady Morse code of the West"

Might have gotten a few sailors hooked.

Rick


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: kendall
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 09:36 PM

...I dont get no respect at all...


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: catspaw49
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 10:14 PM

Sorry Rick, you're right of course. Also I got a copy of the police report which shows that I was mistaken. The rumor was a belaying pin, but the cops said it was a cotter pin which makes the whole thing more believable.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: Amos
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 11:17 PM

Spaw had a similar experience back when he was in college. The rumors called it a bowling pin, but the police report confirmed that it was a safety pin.

A


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: catspaw49
Date: 28 Jul 01 - 11:53 PM

Thanks for reviewing that for us Amos, although I notice you didn't mention your own experience where the supposed "blackjack" you were exposing was, in reality and according to the police rap sheet, a "thumb tack."

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: Mike Regenstreif
Date: 29 Jul 01 - 06:11 PM

Spaw,

Thanks for the comments about the show.

I've just finished doing the *tentative* playlist for this coming Thursday's edition of Folk Roots/Folk Branches and have Kendall on the list again.

Mike Regenstreif


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: Janie
Date: 16 Aug 06 - 12:02 PM

Seamus been messin' with keyboard, Kendall?

spam message deleted - anonymous fellow poster with an edit button


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: Charley Noble
Date: 16 Aug 06 - 12:03 PM

Translation, please?

Other than "New Jersey" I can't make it out.

Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: SINSULL
Date: 16 Aug 06 - 12:34 PM

SOmeone tweaking Kendall's nose? Or messing with the belaying pin? Inquiring minds want to know.


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: kendall
Date: 16 Aug 06 - 07:10 PM

What's going on here? I don't get it.


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: Jeri
Date: 16 Aug 06 - 07:18 PM

Janie replied to some nonsensical spam that got deleted.


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Subject: RE: Captain Morse Keeps 'Heady' Company
From: EBarnacle
Date: 16 Aug 06 - 07:38 PM

Youse all are just too clevis.


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