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Catamount Community Radio - December 13, 2009

Nothing special today, besides the usual specialness. We just grooved through the thing with the Meters, John Scofield, the Average White Band and etc., and in two hours it was over. Little Beaver played his big hit from 1974, "Party Down." He was the guitarist on Betty Wright's "The Clean Up Woman." How about that? Blu Lu Barker admonished us not to feel her leg (because you know where that can lead) and we learned that all Granny wants for Christmas is a new cane and a bottle of snuff. Thou can listen to the internet stream by pointing thy browser at Power 90.5, and clicking where thou clickest. Sunday mornings, from 10-12 on the East Coast.

1. Marc Ribot – Aquí como allá
2. Abdullah Ibrahim – Whoza Mtwana
3. Caetano Veloso – Chuvas de verão
4. Blind Willie McTell – Cold Winter Day
5. Ben Alliison – Green Al
6. John Mayer – Crossroads
7. Lee Konitz – Indian Summer
8. James P. Johnson – Snowy Morning Blues
9. Bo Carter – Santa Claus
10. Luiz Bonfá – Jacaranda
11. Red Simpson – Blue Christmas (For this Truck Driver)
12. Average White Band –Pick Up the Pieces
13. Louis Jordan – Pettin' and Pokin'
14. Pearl Bailey & Hot Lips Page – Baby, It's Cold Outside
15. Jeff Beck – A Day in the Life (live)
16. The Meters – Cissy Strut
17. Poncho Sánchez – African Flower
18. Little Beaver – Party Down, Pt. 1
19. Major Lance – Um. Um, Um, Um, Um. Um
20. Tom Waits – Invitation to the Blues
21. Maria Rita – Veja bem, meu bem
22. Blu Lu Barker – Don't You Feel My Leg
23. John Scofield – Do Like Eddie
24. Aaron Parks – Riddle Me This
25. Pony Poindexter – Gumbo Filet
26. CCC – She Said Traffic
27. King Curtis – Green Onions
28. Thelonius Monk – Introspetion
29. Moondog - Utsu
30. Tommy Scott – Santa Claus Shuffle
31. The Real Group – Cage of Promises
32. Duke Ellington – Prelude to a Kiss
33. Marcus Roberts – Single Petal of a Rose

Pony Poindexter

Little Beaver


Been where Done what

The Meters were the opening band for The Rolling Stones when I seen them in 75.

December 2018



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