Monday, July 24, 2006

"Bluegrass Cafe" playlist - 7/23/2006

July 23, 2006 - Amy Orlomoski

Today's show included a conversation with the banjo-playing Gibson brother, Eric. Don't forget -- the Gibsons (they with the #1 record on the National Bluegrass Survey, Red Letter Day) will be performing at the Podunk Bluegrass Music Festival in East Hartford on Saturday, August 5th.

  • Katy Hill / Del McCoury Band / RockyGrass / Blue Planet
  • Just Wondering Why / Joe Val & the New England Bluegrass Boys / Diamond Joe / Rounder
  • I Wish You Knew / Jim & Jesse / Bean Blossom / MCA
  • The Secret Of The Waterfall / Country Gentlemen / Early Rebel Recordings, 1962-1971 / Rebel
  • Sparkling Brown Eyes / Joe Val & the New England Bluegrass Boys / Diamond Joe / Rounder
  • Hessletine Hill / Gibson Brothers / Long Forgotten Dream / Hay Holler
  • Night / Michael Cleveland with Audie Blaylock / Let 'Er Go, Boys! / Rounder
  • Bouquet Of Roses / Reno & Smiley / Another Day With Reno & Smiley / King
  • Are You Coming Back To Me / Bill Harrell with Mac Wiseman / …And Friends / Rebel
  • I Never Was Too Much / Gibson Brothers / Underneath A Harvest Moon / Big Elm
  • Pleasant Hill / Virginia Ramblers / Virginia Ramblers /Hay Holler
  • Reno Bound / David Peterson & 1946 / The Howling Blue Winds / Self-Produced
  • A Letter To Tom / Country Gentlemen / On The Road (And More) / Smithsonian Folkways
  • Jesus On The Mainline / Dry Branch Fire Squad / Long Journey / Rounder
  • Hit Parade Of Love / Jimmy Martin & Sunny Mountain Boys / Bean Blossom / MCA
  • Old Federal / Justin Moses / Dusty Roads / DustyGrass
  • From The Hollow / BearTracks / From The Hollow / AMT Records
  • White Lightning / The Grascals / Celebration Of Life / Skaggs Family
  • What A Ways We've Come / Gibson Brothers / Red Letter Day / Sugar Hill
  • Walking With Joanna / Gibson Brothers / Red Letter Day / Sugar Hill
  • Red Letter Day / Gibson Brothers / Red Letter Day / Sugar Hill
  • Grapes On The Vine / Wildfire / Rattle Of The Chains / Pinecastle
  • Timber I'm Falling / White Mountain Bluegrass / January Weekend / R Own
  • Broke Down And Lonesome / King Wilkie / Broke / Rebel
  • Sold Down The River / Bob Paisley & the Southern Grass / Heritage / Brandywine
  • Festival Time Again / Joe Ross / Festival Time Again / Self-Produced
  • One Step Ahead Of The Blues / Sand Mountain / Molly Rose / Hay Holler
  • Worried Man Blues / Ralph Stanley / A Distant Land To Roam / Columbia
  • The Lighthouse / Gibson Brothers / Bona Fide / Sugar Hill
  • Some Day / Blue Highway / Feel Like My Time Ain't Long / Rebel
  • Will You Meet Me Over Yonder / Paul Williams & Cliff Waldron / Higher Ground / Rebel
  • On The Sea Of Life / Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver / A School Of Bluegrass / SSK
  • Black Mountain Blues / Johnson Mountain Boys / Requests / Rounder

1 comment:

Joe Ross said...

Hey Amy,
Thanks a bunch for playing the title cut from my new all-original release, "Festival Time Again" (Zephyr-0429). It was a fun song to record with the James King Band when they came through Oregon last year. I've been absolutely thrilled by the initial feedback to the entire album released on July 15th. DJ Bill Knowlton is starting his program with the title cut this month. A reviewer (Gracie Muldoon) even says the song should be required repertoire for all bands playing the festival circuit. Wow, I'm blushing. But it's good to see an indie release like this getting a tad of attention. Thanks again for your support. If anyone wants to know more about "Festival Time Again," please send 'em over to:
http://www.cdbaby.com/jross3
Best wishes,
Joe Ross
Roseburg, Oregon