Monthly Archives: September 2011

Recap playlist summary – Sept. 29 show

We got a surprise, spur of the moment visit from Maurice Tani from 77 El Deora tonight.  He stopped by the studio to chat and tell us about the 77 El Deora show coming up on October 16 at Rancho Nicasio.  It’s a dinner show and dinner at Rancho is always a treat (I particularly like their pork chops).  How good does that get!  Tasty dinner and a great show – all from the same seat!

After Maurice had to skedaddle, it was on to music.  So, here’s the playlist and some you tube clips.

This is a song off 77 El Deora’s new album “The Crown and The Crow’s Confession.”

What a great collection of musicians, The Highwaymen – Waylon, Johnny, Kris, Willie.

Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
77 El Deora Cryin’ Over You Sirens Western Independent Recordings
77 El Deora I Just Dodged a Bullet The Crown and the Crows Confession Western Independent Recording
Dave Alvin & the Guilty Women California’s Burning Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women Yep Roc
Cowboy Junkies Ooh Las Vegas Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons Almo
Dwight Yoakam Ain’t That Lonely Yet The Very Best of Dwight Yoakam Rhino/Warner Bros.
Waylon Jennings Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way The Essential Waylon Jennings rca/legacy
R.E.M. Wolves, Lower Dead Letter Office Polydor Associated Labels
Beat Farmers Powderfinger Tales of the New West Rhino
Merle Hagard Mama Tried Hag: The Best Of Merle Haggard Capitol
The Knitters Poor Little Critter On the Road Poor Little Critter on the Road Rhino/Slash
Buck Owens & Dwight Yoakam Streets Of Bakersfield Buck Owens: 21 #1 Hits: The Ultimate Collection Rhino
The Flying Burrito Brothers Lazy Days The Definitive Collection A&M Records
The Derailers Get ‘er Done Soldiers of Love Palo Duro Records
The Derailers Just to Spend the Night With You Full Western Dress Rhino/London-Sire
Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan Careless Love Songs from the Real America Swinging Pig Records
Stephen David Austin Dance With No Pants A Bakersfield Dozen Self Produced
Joe Maphis & Rose Lee Dim Lights Thick Smoke And Loud, Loud Music Swing West Vol. 1 Bakersfield Razor & Tie
Bob Dylan One More Night Nashville Skyline Columbia
Dave Alvin Fourth Of July King Of California HIGHTONE
Chris Gaffney Cowboys To Girls Loser’s Paradise HIGHTONE
Lucinda Williams Six Blocks Away Sweet Old World Elektra Records
Waylon Jennings Low Down Freedom Honky Tonk Heroes Buddha Records
Ruby Dee and The Snake Handlers MAKE IT LAST North of Bakersfield Dionysus
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Knocking it out of the park

Tonight was our pledge drive show for KWMR’s fall pledge drive.  We went into the studio with a fairly significant goal to raise $1000 within two hours. By show’s end we had received pledges totaling almost $1200.  Super big thanks goes out to everyone who called in with a pledge or pledged on-line.  Big thanks also to Smelley Kelley from Red Meat who called in to help us pitch.  Smelley called in while packing for a three day/four gig whirlwind tour in SoCal.  If find yourself in Culver City on Friday, you can catch them at the Cinema Bar.  Another big thanks to our local pal Ingrid Noyes for calling in.  Ingrid was calling in from Hoboken, NJ where she is handling banjo tech duties for Warren Hellmen’s Wronglers with Jimmie Dale Gilmour east coast tour.

The playlist is short, but what is most important is the Bakersfield & Beyond’s fans stepped up and greatly helped KWMR with the pledge drive.  THANK YOU!

And before I forget, another show on KWMR is “Ridin’ The Rails:  The Americana Express.”  Folks who listen to “Bakersfield & Beyond” know that we do love us some X, The Knitters, and John Doe.  Well, John Doe was in the studio on “Ridin’ The Rails” yesterday and played a short acoustic set.  You can catch the show via KWMR’s archive of shows.  The archived show is available to listen for two weeks following the show.  Check it out at this link.

Here’s the James Intveld track we played and hey!, that looks like our pal Dave Gleason on guitar.

Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bush Pilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
John Doe Don’t Forget How Much I Love You Keeper Yep Rock
James Intveld Somewhere Down The Road A Town South of Bakersfield Vol. 2 enigma
Rosie Flores and Albert Lee Heartbreak Train A Town South of Bakersfield enigma
Candye Kane Tell Me A Lie A Town South Of Bakersfield Vol. 2 enigma
The Wronglers with Jimmie Dale Gilmore Big Rock Candy Mountain Heirloom Music Neanderthal Records
The Derailers I’m Still Missing You Guaranteed to Satisfy Palo Duro Records
Merle Haggard Down At The End Of The Road I Am What I Am Vanguard Records
Ruby Dee and The Snake Handlers MAKE IT LAST North of Bakersfield Dionysus

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