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Catamount Community Radio - October 12, 2008

This morning we spent a little time back in 1903 (with Scott Joplin and Maurice Ravel), and we visited Texas, where everything is bigger. Don't put Texas down, or you'll have to deal with Sandy, that squirrel from Sponge Bob Square Pants, who is pretty squirrelly, and a formidable enemy, if you ask me. B is also from Texas, and I wouldn't mess with her either. Jim had the high score on the cover contest, with B at his heels, but both fell short of a perfect score, so I don't have to write any postcards this week. What? You don't listen to Catamount Community Radio? Good, because you really wouldn't want to get hooked on it. If you do, your Sunday mornings from now until eternity are booked solid, and the rest of your life is on hold.... Although there are rewards to those who submit. Anyway, I say it every week, and this week shall be no exception: tune in Sunday mornings 10-12 (EST) to WWCU and you too can join in the fun.

1. Quartetto Italiano – Maurice Ravel's String Quartet in F
2. Manzanita – Sábado por la noche
3. Lord Creator – Such is Life
4. Chet Atkins – Walk, Don't Run*
5. Lightnin' Hopkins – Mojo Hand
6. Steve Earle – Ellis Unit One
7. The Byrds – My Back Pages*
8. Lester Young – Almost Like Being in Love
9. Scott Joplin – Weeping Willow Rag
10. Madeleine Peyroux – Dance Me to the End of Love*
11. Floyd Cramer – Woodchoppers Ball
12. Terry Allen – Truckload of Art
13. Olivia Newton John – If Not for You*
14. Los Mirlos – La danza de los mirlos
15. Sonora Ponceña – Woddy's Blue
16. Gene Ammons – Answer Me, My Love
17. The Raiders – Jambalaya
18. T-Bone Walker – T-Bone Shuffle
19. Ernest Tubb – Texas Troubador
20. Ornette Coleman – Lonely Woman
21. Ugly Duckling – Turn It Up
22. Manzanita – Serrano con orgullo
23. Sam Cooke – Blowin' in the Wind*
24. Luis Russell – Call of the Freaks
25. Jelly Roll Morton – Luis Russell and New Orleans Riffs
26. Hank Thompson – Smoky the Bar
27. Beatfanatic – Jogando Capoeira

Ornette Coleman (b. Fort Worth, 1930)

Terry Allen (from Lubbock, b. 1943)

"No one with access to a convertible, an empty highway and a good radio station ever should need a psychiatrist." - Terry Allen


"T" for Texas

And a "T" for Thelma, woman made a fool of me!

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