Radio Show of November 18 2007, WUSB

Bob Longman Sun 12:30-2:30 pm 18 November 2007
WUSB 90.1 FM, Long Island NY and coastal CT

song — performer — album — notes (N = new to station)

Good Man Down — Brooks Williams — North From Statesboro
Hide and Seek — the Well — Drop In the Bucket — N
Can’t Find My Way Home — the Well — Drop In the Bucket — N
Can’t Find My Way Home — Blind Faith
Someone — Jan Krist
the Thunderer — Dion — Son of Skip James — N
Shadow of Doubt — Tinsley Ellis — Moment of Truth — N
Sinner’s Prayer — Rod Picott — Summerbirds — N
I Could Have Been Your Best Friend — Viktor Krauss w. Lyle Lovett — II — N
Stuck In a Moment — U2
Your Long Journey — Plant & Krauss — Raising Sand — N
Divine Presence — Iona UK — Journey Into the Morn
Dear Diary — Moody Blues — Threshold of a Dream
For My Lady (b-side mix) — Moody Blues — Seventh Sojourn
Love Hurts — Everly Brothers
I’m Always Chasing Rainbows (concert ver.) — Four Freshmen
Still Here — Cosmos — Aiming For the Stars — N
All My People — Hope Nunnery — Wilderness Lounge
Listen Closely — Paul Clark/Phil Keaggy
Prayer Song — Danny Flowers — Tools For the Soul — N
Trouble Soon Be Over — Colin Linden — Easin’ Back to Tennessee — N
When I Die — Marie Knight
Chamego (Betty’s Bossa) — Jack Donohue — N
Wolves (Song of the Shepherd’s Dog) — Iron and Wine — the Shepherd’s Dog — N
The Sky Is Crying — Etta James — Blues to the Bone
Por Amarte Asi — Vocal Sampling — De Vacaciones

The Well is a local group that includes one of my faves, Martha Trachtenberg, and her husband Tom Griffith. This one’s an especially poignant track, from their upcoming release. The Freshmen did this almost-acapella version while touring with Stan Kenton. Chamego gets around — it also turns up on the new album by the New York Voices.


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