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Jerry Rasmussen 20 Nov 02 - 05:46 PM
wilco 20 Nov 02 - 06:09 PM
Pork Sausage Mike 20 Nov 02 - 07:04 PM
Snuffy 20 Nov 02 - 07:42 PM
Jerry Rasmussen 20 Nov 02 - 08:04 PM
Jerry Rasmussen 21 Nov 02 - 02:23 PM
allanwill 21 Nov 02 - 03:08 PM
Mudlark 21 Nov 02 - 03:25 PM
Clinton Hammond 21 Nov 02 - 03:33 PM
Bullfrog Jones 21 Nov 02 - 04:03 PM
Desert Dancer 21 Nov 02 - 06:43 PM
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Subject: Playlists
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 20 Nov 02 - 05:46 PM

Wilco suggested this thread, and I thought it was a great idea. He asked me to post the playlist for my gospel quartet, the Gospel Messengers. Like most of us, our playlist is way too long to post... we'll break Max's computer after the first half a dozen postings. So, I'll just do a couple dozen....

It would be really interesting to me to see what you do...

I'll do most of these with sources where we learned them:

How I Got Over - Fairfield Four
Oh, Why? - The Five Blind Boys
I've Tried - Chris Kenner
How Much Do I Owe Him? - The Radio Four
Brightly Beams - The Sensational Nightingales
Trouble In My Way - The Highway QC's
Crying In The Chapel - The Orioles
One Of These Days - Bells Of Joy
Every Knee Has Got To Bow - Fairfield Four
Roll Jordan, Roll -Fairfield Four
Burying Ground - Sensational Nightingales
Looking Back - Nat King Cole
He Looked Beyond My Faults - osmosis
Angel Band - everyone
Farther Along - Harmonizing Four
Only Believe - Harmonizing Four
Traveling Shoes - Mitchell's Christian Singers

And then several songs I wrote...

Give you an idea.... how about yours?

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: wilco
Date: 20 Nov 02 - 06:09 PM

Vocals with Guitar or banjo:
"Waiting for a Train" Jimmy Rogers
"Blues Stay away from me" Delmore Brothers
"Tramp on The Street"
"Wreck on the Highway"
"This World is not My Home"
"I am a Pilgrim"
"it is no Secret"
"Working on a Building"
"leftover Biscuits"
"That's How I got my Start" Gene Autry
"Give Him one More as he goes."
"Were you there when they Crucified My Lord?"
"Dust on the Bible"
"Mountain Railroad"
"Black Eyed Susie"
M/F Duet "When You Gonna Come see Me?"
"A Beautiful Life"
"I'll Fly Away," "Uncloudy Day,"Shoutin on Hills of Glory' Medley
"Down the River of My memory"
"When they ring those Golden bells"

Mostly Insturmental with autoharp
"Molly Malone"
"Pacabels canon in D"
"Amazing Grace" to tune of "House of Rsising Sun"
"Wayfaring Stranger"

And. anything that anyone requeste that we know!!!


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Pork Sausage Mike
Date: 20 Nov 02 - 07:04 PM

The title of a song by Norman Wisdom and Joyce Grenfell please,begins:I'm OK on top of a load of hay,All the world is millions of miles away, The old grey mare will get us there,,,,,,,,,,and towards the end is a lot of giggling

Thanks Mike


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Snuffy
Date: 20 Nov 02 - 07:42 PM

I dimly remeber that. Title may be something like "Oh waht a lovely day for love". Or it may not be!

WassaiL! V


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 20 Nov 02 - 08:04 PM

Great playlist, Wilco... I do about half of those songs, myself..

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 02:23 PM

Most of my life, I've been singing traditional folk songs, country blues and stuff I've written.. here's a tast of what I still love to do.

Blues In The Bottle
Whoa Back Buck
Old Man At The Mill
John Johanna
Mary Of The Wild Moor
Maryborough Miner
Wild Colonial Boy
Little Sadie
Little Sod Shanty
Farmer's Curst Wife
Morning Blues
The Miller's Will

Some of my own stuff:

Handful Of Songs
Living On The River
Old Blue Suit
Milwaukee/St. Paul
Ten Pound Radio
Silver Queen
Uncle Willy's In The Sheets

C'mon, Cats... tell me what you play?


Jerry


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: allanwill
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 03:08 PM

We're a four piece (2 guys with 4 guitars between us - a Martin, a Takamine, a 12 string Fender and an electric Richenbacker) and 2 girls.

This is some of the stuff we do.

(Note the Neil Young song!)

Allan

Oh Atlanta        Alison Krause
Raining on the Rock        John Williamson
The Outdoor Type        The Lemonheads
Orphan Girl        Gillian Welch
Rhymes & Reasons        John Denver
Country Boys        Original
Old Friends        Shanley Del
Femme Fatale        The Velvet Underground or R.E.M
I've got to have you        Carly Simon or Wendy Matthews
Cry Like a Baby        Kasey Chambers
Passionate Kisses        Lucinda Williams
These boots are made for walkin'        Nancy Sinatra
Comes a Time        Neil Young
Katherine        Sara Storer
Keep me Rockin'        Shanley Del
My Favourite Mistake        Sheryl Crow
Heart Lies        The Waifs
Thankyou        Dido
Closer to Fine        Indigo Girls or Emily Saliers
Big Yellow Taxi        Joni Mitchell
Waterfall        The Stone Roses
Shiny Apple        The Waifs
Thanks to you        Emmy Lou Harris
Red Clay Halo        Gillian Welch
I wish it would rain        Kasey Chambers
Wade in the Water        Eva Cassidy
Angels from Montgomery        John Denver or ?
Lies        The Waifs
Livin' in the Circle        Kasey Chambers
Born to Run        Kasey Chambers
No Difference        Original


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Mudlark
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 03:25 PM

Hi Jerry....I was so daunted at the idea of writing down my "playlist" I just put this off for a bit. That is the problem with having loved and sung folk and other stuff for (agh!) nearly 50 years. A few of the things I play almost every time I practice:

Geordie
Stawberry Faire
Next Market Day
The Brown Dog
Moved Thru the Fair
Come All you Fair and Tender Ladies
Once I Had a Sweetheart
Lass from the Low Country
Blow the Candles Out
I Gave my love an Apple
Carlton Weaver
Great Silkie
4 Marys

Dont Go to Sea Once More
Bonnie Ship the Diamond
We'll Rant/Roar
Farewell to Tarwaithe

Quiet Faith of Man
I'll Keep the Old Place
Moonshiner's Song
Roll on Buddy
Wagoner's Lad
John O'Dreams

Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonite
Sweet Baby James
Close Your Eyes

Little Man You're Crying
Darktown Strutter's Ball
Sunny Side of the Street
Swt Georgia Brown
All of Me
Alabama Bound
My Blue Heaven
Gonna Sit Right Dn and Write myself a letter
Ain't Misbehavin'


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 03:33 PM

The list of songs that I'm currenlty picking from to play my bar gigs is about 150 songs long... And I'm about to add 4 or 5 new songs to it... so you'll forgive me if I don't post it...

If I get time, maybe I'll pick the most played 50 say, from the list...

;-)


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Bullfrog Jones
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 04:03 PM

This is the last Dark Horse playlist (The Bullfrogs one is nearly all originals with The Devil Went Down To Georgia, Dixie Chicken and Johnny Come Lately Thrown in for good measure.)

No particular order --- this is the list we worked from:
IN SPITE OF OURSELVES
LET IT BE ME                                                        
DEAR SOMEONE                                                        
YOU BELONG TO ME                                                
I AM A PILGRIM                                                        
RIDE ON                                                                
CRY ME A RIVER
THIS IS THE WAY WE MAKE A BROKEN HEART                
MISS THE MISSISSIPPI                                                
SEVEN SHADES OF BLUE
RIDE THE RAILS*                                                        
SAND & STONE*                                                        
LOVE HURTS
BABY RIDE EASY                                                        
KILLING THE BLUES                                                
LONG BLACK VEIL                                                        
YOU AIN'T GOING NOWHERE                                                
JESUS ON THE MAINLINE                                                
I WANNA SING THAT ROCK & ROLL


*Originals


BJ


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Desert Dancer
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 06:43 PM

The list from my recent first solo festival appearance: 20 minutes (all songs unaccompanied):

Lovely Joan
When I First Went to Caledonia
instrumental break: Randy Wives of Greenlaw, on English concertina
The False Young Man
The Wild Rippling Water
The Pusch Ridge Ridge Ramblers (4 people, including 3 banjos, two autoharps, 2 concertinas, 1 mountain dulcimer, 1 guitar and 2 voices) (Yeah, we're a bit redundant, we're just in the process of adding a fiddler and 3rd voice):

Johnson Boys (dual banjos; unacc. voice on one verse)
Keep on the Sunny Side (dual autoharps, vocals))
Westfalia Waltz (autoharp, concertina, banjo)
Young Man Who Wouldn't Hoe Corn (unacc. voice)
Angeline the Baker (dual banjo, concertina)
Hymn Song - Utah Phillips (autoharp, concertina, vocals)
Pack Up Your Sorrows - Richard Farina (dulcimer, autharp, vocals)
The Parting Glass (unacc. vocals)
We added in Rye Cove to the above, with autoharps, banjo and vocals, for another appearance.

~ Becky in Tucson


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: C-flat
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 08:37 PM

Well here's an eclectic mix, as played by my band "Raised on Rusks" tonight;
Accoustic First Set:

Long Train Running - The Doobie Bros.
Big Yellow Taxi - Joni Mitchell.
Bambeleo - The Gypsy Kings.
Losing My Religion - R.E.M.
Babylon - David Gray.
Whiter Shade of Pale - Gary Brooker (took a few liberties with this one as we don't have a Hammond organ!)
Yeah-Yeah - Georgie Fame.
Come up and See Me/Make Me Smile - Cockney Rebel.
Brown Eyed girl - Van Morrison.


Second Set(Electric guitars);

It's So Blue - Mike Carrack/Jools Holland.
Sleeping With The Lights On - Curtis Stiger? Steiger?
Mamma Told Me Not To Come - I don't know who wrote it but Tom Jones had a hit with it.
Unchain My Heart - Joe Cocker.
With a Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker version of the Beatles song.
Smooth - Carlos Santana.
I Guess I Showed Her - Robert Cray.
Blues Brothers Medley - About 20 minutes of back-to-back song segments, Someone to Love/Gimmee Somemore lovin'/Do It Right/Flip,Flop,Fly/Ain't Got You/Sweet Home Chicago.

It's 1.30a.m. and I've just got in, Knackered but Happy!


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 08:48 PM

Momma Told Me Not To Come was written by Randy Newman, C..

What a lot of great songs on these lists... Clinton, I can understand why you have to put a sampling on, like all of us. But the choice of the songs you choose to list tell a lot about your music, and you... for that matter.

Keep 'em coming..

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Mudlark
Date: 21 Nov 02 - 09:26 PM

Bullfrog...Miss the Mississippi and You Aint Goin' Nowhere are 2 of my favorites as well. I always hear EmmyLou doing Miss the Miss. in my head when I sing it, which is fortunate as she sounded a lot better than I do!


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Subject: RE: Playlists
From: Declan
Date: 22 Nov 02 - 11:10 AM

When I sing it will usually be one of the following. Some are Trad and the names indicate where I heard them. I've given the authors name where I know it.

Raglan Road                      P Kavanagh (Luke Kelly)
Reconciliation                   Ron Kavanagh
As I roved Out                   Andy Irvine Version
The West Coast of Clare          Andy Irvine
Arthur Mc Bride                  Paul Brady Version
Lakes of Pontchartrain          Paul Brady Version
Dublin in the Rare Old Times    Pete St. John
Craigie Hill                     Paddy Tunney
Annan Waters                     Nic Jones et Al.
Good Ship Kangaroo               Bess Cronin/Christy Moore
Folk Singers Lament             Eric Bogle
Orphan's Wedding                Andy M Stewart (Niamh Parsons)
Rigs of Rye                      Trad Scottish (Robin Dransfield)
Bees Wing                        Richard Thompson
The Maid of Cabra West          Frank Harte
City of New Orleans             Steve Goodman
Six hours ahead of the Sun       Steve Goodman (I think)
Ride On                         Jimmy Mc Carthy
Bright Blue Rose                Jimmy McCarthy
The Right Side                   Jimmy McCarthy
No Frontiers                     Jimmy McCarthy
Once I Loved      Mick & Jane Flynn (Co. Clare) & Sarah & Rita Keane.
Annachie Gordon                  Nic Jones/Mary Black
Sound of the Speed of Loneliness John Prine
The Ribbon in her hair          Tim O Brien
Desparadoes Waiting for a Train Guy Clarke
She Ain't Goin' Nowhere          Guy Clarke
Nancy Spain                      Barney Rush (Christy Moore)
The Foxy Devil                   Joe Dolan (Christy Moore)
You Don't have to be Famous      Mick Fitzgerald
The Black Dodder Flowing         Mick Fitzgerald
The 51 year Bus Journey          Mick Fitzgerald
Streets of Everywhere            Kieran Halpin
Port of Call                     Kieran Halpin
Too long away                   Keiran Halpin
Freeman                         Tim Wood
They Don't write them like that anymore (Sung by Vin Garbutt, Don't know author's name)
Withered & Died                  Richard Thompson
Crazy Man Michael                Thompson/Swarbrick
The Tinker Man's Daughter       Mickey McConnell (Niamh Parsons)
Ain't Misbehavin'                Fatts Waller
You Win Again                   Hank Williams (Snr.)
Bullfrog Blues                   Rory Gallagher
Don't Think Twice                R. Zimmerframe
Pancho & Lefty                   Townes Van Zandt
She Never Spoke Spanish to Me    Butch Hancock
Trouble in the Fields            Nancy Griffith               
The town I loved so Well         Phil Coulter
Down By the Sally Gardens       Trad/WB Yeats
Joe Hill                         (as sung by Luke Kelly/Joan Baez)
Deportee                         Woody Guthrie
Ludlow Massacre                  Woody Guthrie
Hairmless                        Michael Marra
Fair Maids of February          Robin Dransfield
Walking on a Wire                Richard Thompson
Jock Stuart                      Trad (Danu Version)
St PAtrick's Arrival             Christy Moore
The Scholar                      Thom Moore
Soldier On                      Thom Moore
Willin'                         Lowell George
When I Get to the Border         Richard Thompson
Fairy Tale of New York          Shane Mc Gowan

Sorry the list is so long. I'd better finish there,


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