PLAYLISTS FOR WUWG'S
APPALACHIAN TRAIL Vaguely Folk Music Show
August 2004

***playlist for 31 Aug 2004***

Pete Seeger; Mexican Blues

George Jones; Worried Man Blues; The Unbroken Circle, The Musical Heritage of the Carter Family; Dualtone 2004

Kitty Donohoe; There Are No Words (there is no song); Roheen 2001 www.kittydonohoe.com

June Carter Cash; Hold Fast To The Right; The Unbroken Circle, The Musical Heritage of the Carter Family; Dualtone 2004

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Kris Kristofferson; Gold Watch and Chain; The Unbroken Circle, The Musical Heritage of the Carter Family; Dualtone 2004

Bruce Hornsby; Dreamland; Halcyon Days; Columbia/Sony 2004

Dolly Parton; Shine (Heaven, let your light shine down); Live and Well; Sugar Hill 2004

Bruce Hornsby; Mirror On The Wall; Halcyon Days; Columbia/Sony 2004

Southern Dogwood; Knockin' On Heaven's Door; HMG-Nashville Promo Disc, Bluegrass Volume 8, 1997-2004

The Very Girls; Hollow World; elsewhere bound; Recovery Records 2002

David Lee Murray; We're Not Alone (part one); We're Not Alone; Precious Records, Del Rio, TX

David Jacobs-Strain; Soul of a Man; Ocean or a Teardrop; Northern Blues 2004

David Lee Murray; We're Not Alone (part two); We're Not Alone; Precious Records, Del Rio, TX

Janiva Magness; The Whale Has Swallowed Me; Bury Him at the Crossroads; Northern Blues 2004

Cory and Jerod Walker; For Pete's Sake; No Need For Words; Big Mama

[9 PM break]

Willie Nelson; Sweet Bye and Bye; The Troublemaker; Columbia/Legacy 2004

Cory and Jerod Walker; Pike County Breakdown; No Need For Words; Big Mama

Cowbow Jack Clement; Guess Things Happen That Way; Guess Things Happen That Way; Dualtone 2004

Cowbow Jack Clement; Ballad of a Teenage Queen; Guess Things Happen That Way; Dualtone 2004

Cory and Jerod Walker; Sledd Ridin'; No Need For Words; Big Mama

Cowbow Jack Clement; S-E-R-I-O-U-S-L-Y; Guess Things Happen That Way; Dualtone 2004

Rusticators; Summer

Jimmy Murphy; I Get A Longing To Hear Hank Sing The Blues; Sugar Hill Singer-Songwriters Dish It Up; Sugar Hill 2003

Orpheus Supertones; Cattle In The Cane; Bound To Have A Little Fun

Peter Rowan; Before the Streets Were Paved; Sugar Hill Singer-Songwriters Dish It Up; Sugar Hill 2003

Eric Andersen; Johnny Half-Breed; The Street Was Always There; Appleseed 2004

Jeff Buckley; Corpus Christi Carol; Grace; Columbia/Sony 2004

Eric Andersen; The Other Side of This Life; The Street Was Always There; Appleseed 2004

Marty Raybon; Prayer Bells of Heaven; HMG-Nashville Promo Disc, Bluegrass Volume 8, 1997-2004

Fairport Convention; Canny Capers; Over The Next Hill; Compass Records 2004

Orpheus Supertones; Cattle In The Cane; Bound To Have A Little Fun

***end of program for 31 Aug 2004***

Host and producer of WUWG's Appalachian Trail Vaguely Folk Music Show remains the thankfully-unreplicatable Singin' Steve Sedberry (well, at least I sing to myself these dark days).

***playlist for 24 Aug 2004***

Pete Seeger; Mexican Blues

Jussi Syren and the Groundbreakers; Highways and Gravel Roads; Sea of Changes; Bluelight Records 2004; www.syren.fi

Jussi Syren and the Groundbreakers; Stranger in a Strange Land; Sea of Changes; Bluelight Records 2004; www.syren.fi

Martita Roca; You Like Me Too; Angelical; MiamiLA, 2004 www.miamila.com

Willie Nelson; Whispering Hope; The Troublemaker; Columbia/Legacy 2004

Glen Road; Tender Mercies/The Mountain Man; Round The Bend; Rainbow Acoustic V. 19 [sampler for DJs only]

Steve Sedberry (reading); In Flanders Field (poem by Lt. Col. John McCrae, 1872-1918)

Jim Malcom; Jimmy's Gone To Flanders; Scotland the Real, Music from Contemporary Caledonia; Smithsonian-Folkways 2003

Mavis Staples; Touch My Heart; Touch My Heart, a tribute to Johnny Paycheck; Sugar Hill 2004

Orpheus Supertones; Cattle In The Cane; Bound to Have a Little Fun; Mudthumper Music 2004; www.mudthumper.com

Ramona Church and Carolina Road; House of Gold; Carolina Memories; Pinecastle 2001

Ramona Church and Carolina Road; Jordan's Drive; Carolina Memories; Pinecastle 2001

Dale Turner; Bohemian Rhapsody; Interpretations; Intimate Audio 2004; www.intimateaudio.com

Dale Turner; Coconut; Interpretations; Intimate Audio 2004; www.intimateaudio.com

Orpheus Supertones; Whole Heap of Litle Horses; Bound to Have a Little Fun; Mudthumper Music 2004; www.mudthumper.com

[9 PM break]

The Everett Brothers; When It's Time for the Whipporwills To Sing; Farther Down the Road

The Everett Brothers; Tennessee Border; Farther Down the Road

PSA for Big R Music Barn, Randolph County Road 82 at Newell, Alabama, free live bluegrass, country and gospel music every first and third Saturday night. No admission charge. No drinking. All welcome! Starts at 7 PM, Alabama time.

The Everett Brothers; Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane; Farther Down the Road

Orpheus Supertones; Upper Lehigh; Bound to Have a Little Fun; Mudthumper Music 2004; www.mudthumper.com [the group consists of Walt Koken, Clare Milliner, Kellie Allen, Pete Peterson]

Jeannie Kendall; Jack and Lucy; Jeannie Kendall; Rounder 2003 [duet with Steve Gulley]

Jeannie Kendall; That's What Your Love Does To Me; Jeannie Kendall; Rounder 2003

The Rusticators; Big Blue Sky

Jeannie Kendall; Wishing Well Blues; Jeannie Kendall; Rounder 2003

Willie Nelson; Uncloudy Day; The Troublemaker; Columbia/Legacy 2004

Rhonda Vincent; Just Someone I Used To Know; The Storm Still Rages; Rounder 2001

Porter Wagoner and Willie Nelson; Family Bible; Unplugged; Shellpoint 2002 [song written by Willie]

Willie Nelson; The Troublemaker; The Troublemaker; Columbia/Legacy 2004

Porter Wagoner; Silence In The Wind; Unplugged; Shellpoint 2002

The Village Singers; Sheltered In The Arms of God; IBMA 2002 Pinecastle Records Sampler

Porter Wagoner; Moses Jones; Unplugged; Shellpoint 2002

Catie Curtis; The Wolf; Truth From Lies; Guardian 1995

Eric Levine; Remember Martin King (SATB); The Eric Levine Songbook

***end of show for 24 Aug 2004***

***playlist for 17 Aug 2004***

Pete Seeger; Mexican Blues

Pete Seeger; Gypsy Davy; American Favorite Ballads 3; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Carter Family; Motherless Children; When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland; Rounder 1995

Pearly Brown; Motherless Children; Georgia Street Singer; Folk Lyric (lp)

Carter Family; Fond Affection; When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland; Rounder 1995

Pete Seeger; Boll Weevil (Lookin' For A Home); American Favorite Ballads 3; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Host; PSA encouraging the fostering and adoption of local children; Department of Family and Children's Services, Carroll County, GA

Pearly Brown; Nobody's Fault But Mine; Georgia Street Singer; Folk Lyric (lp)

Pete Seeger; Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child; American Favorite Ballads 3; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Pearly Brown; It's A Mean Old World We Try To Live In; Georgia Street Singer; Folk Lyric (lp)

The Houndz; (You're Stuck With A) Rock and Roll Daddy; Work Songs; Dreamworthy Productions 2000

Kitty Donohoe; Singing My Song; This Road Tonight; Roheen 2001

Rise; Love At The Five and Dime

Beth Judy: Plant Detective; Calabar; University of Montana

Carter Family; When The Springtime Comes Again; When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland; Rounder 1995

Carter Family; Jimmy Brown The Newsboy; When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland; Rounder 1995

David Lee Murray; Andrew's Song; He Is God's Son; Precious Records, Del Rio, TX

Steve Zuwala; Lord Show Me A Sign

David Lee Murray; Hello Child; He Is God's Son; Precious Records, Del Rio, TX

Noam Pikelny; Super Grouper; In The Maze; Compass 2004

Steve Zuwala; The Hopeless Aren't Helpless Anymore

Mark Peckham; Mistro; Flash; Lusa 661

Tom Rozum; Walk Downtown; Jubilee; Signature Sounds

Kitty Donohoe; Thought I Knew; This Road Tonight; Roheen 2001

Tom Rozum; Don't Fix Up The Doghouse; Jubilee; Signature Sounds

Tom Rozum; Jubilee; Jubilee; Signature Sounds

Steve Sedberry; Serenity Song; A Few Songs [song based on the Serenity Prayer]

Laura Lyro; Map To The Treasure; Live At The Fillmore East, May 30, 1971; Columbia/Legacy 2004

Faithful Folk; Servant of Grace; Servant of Grace; www.faithfulfolk.org 2004

Faithful Folk; Go With God; Servant of Grace

***end of program for 17 Aug 2004***

Psalms 51

1. Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy lovingkindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions.
2. Wash me throughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin.
3. For I acknowledge my transgressions: and my sin is ever before me.
4. Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy sight: that thou mightest be justified when thou speakest, and be clear when thou Judgest.
5. Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me.
6. Behold, thou desirest truth in the inward parts: and in the hidden part thou shalt make me to know wisdom.
7. Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
8. Make me to hear joy and gladness; that the bones which thou hast broken may rejoice. 9. Hide thy face from my sins, and blot out all mine iniquities.
10. Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.
11. Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me.
12. Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.
13. Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee.
14. Deliver me from bloodguiltiness, O God, thou God of my salvation: and my tongue shall sing aloud of thy righteousness.
15. O Lord, open thou my lips; and my mouth shall shew forth thy praise.
16. For thou desirest not sacrifice; else would I give it: thou delightest not in burnt offering.
17. The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise.
18. Do good in thy good pleasure unto Zion: build thou the walls of Jerusalem.
19. Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifices of righteousness, with burnt offering and whole burnt offering: then shall they offer bullocks upon thine altar.

Psalm 78:2 I will open my mouth in a parable: I will utter dark sayings of old:

Songs like seeds sown, good and bad,
ss, 4 Aug 2004

Matthew 13:34. All these things spake Jesus unto the multitude in parables; and without a parable spake he not unto them:
35. That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, I will open my mouth in parables; I will utter things which have been kept secret from the foundation of the world.

Matthew 13:45. Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls:
46. Who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had, and bought it.

Truth for sale! Truth for sale! How much will you pay?
Truth for sale! Truth for sale! Get it while you may!
-ss, 4 Aug 2004

***playlist for 10 Aug 2004***

Pete Seeger; Mexican Blues

Mavis Staples; Touch My Heart; Touch My Heart, a tribute to Johnny Paycheck; Sugar Hill 2004 [I would guess that this will be the most generally appealing performance on this recording]

Patchouli; You Came Through; Once In The Ring; earthsign records 2004

Tammy Wynette; Apartment #9; Crossroads: Southern Routes, Music of thge American South; Smithsonian-Folkways 1996 [this song was co-written by Johnny Paycheck and was masterfully interpretted by T.W.]

George Jones; She's All I Got; Touch My Heart, a tribute to Johnny Paycheck; Sugar Hill 2004

Denise LaSalle; Too Many Hungry Mouths Around The Table; Crossroads: Southern Routes, Music of thge American South; Smithsonian-Folkways 1996

Bobby Bare, Radney Foster, Buck Owens, Jeffy Tweedy; Take This Job and Shove It; Touch My Heart, a tribute to Johnny Paycheck; Sugar Hill 2004 [this David Allen Coe song was a big hit in 1978 for Johnny Paycheck]

Mississippi Mass Choir; There Is None Like Him; Crossroads: Southern Routes, Music of thge American South; Smithsonian-Folkways 1996

Jean Ritchie; Lord Bateman; ballads from her appalachian family tradition; Smithsonian-Folkways 2003

Mike Ireland; A Man That's Satisfied; Touch My Heart, a tribute to Johnny Paycheck; Sugar Hill 2004

Jean Ritchie; The House Carpenter; ballads from her appalachian family tradition; Smithsonian-Folkways 2003

The Therapy Sisters; Mad Cowboy Disease; Folksinger in the White House; 2004 www.poemsforpeace.org

[9PM Break with Nature Conservancy PSA]

Jean Ritchie; Lord Thomas and Fair Ellender; ballads from her appalachian family tradition; Smithsonian-Folkways 2003

The Therapy Sisters; Let's Put A Rich White Guy In The White House; Folksinger in the White House; 2004 www.poemsforpeace.org

Steve Zuwala; So Help Me God

Tim Eriksen; In The Cars on the Long Island Railroad; Cordelia's Dad: Spine; Appleseed 1998

Steve Zuwala; Little Johnny [unsure of actual title from this advanced copy of this CD]

Tim Eriksen and Cath Oss; Pilgrim; Cordelia's Dad: Spine; Appleseed 1998

Steve Zuwala; Without The You In Me [unsure of actual title from this advanced copy of this CD]

The Tannehill Weavers; Fishmarket Close/MacArther/Colonel Fraser/The Swallow's Tale; Scotland The Real; Smithsonian-Folkways 2003

Dougie Maclean; Garden Valley; Scotland The Real; Smithsonian-Folkways 2003

Kitty Donohoe; An Meid Raite (What Was Said); This Road Tonight; Roheen Records 2001 [My copy of this CD was lost for some time but it is a fine one and now is found]

Kitty Donohoe; Singing My Song; This Road Tonight; Roheen Records 2001

Rise; Both Sides The Tweed; Posing As Human; 2004

Beth Reineke; My Father's Violin; [A 'single' produced by Scott Petito, Beth's employer, at least at one time; I wonder if she has other recordings?]

Pete Seeger; Mexican Blues [partial play during brief closing comments]

***end of show for 10 Aug 2004***

***playlist for 4 Aug 2004***

Pete Seeger; Mexican Blues

Craobh Rua; The Hornless Cow Reel/John Naughtons/The Galway Rambler; No Matter How Cold and Wet You Are As Long As You're Warm and Dry; KRL, Lochshore; Glasgow, Scotland; BTB Records; CD http://www.krl.co.uk/bulk/craobh/craobh.htm [Belfast based traditional Irish Band; pronounced `Crave Roo-uh;' CD made in Ireland]

Craobh Rua; The Luck Penny/Jerry's Beaver Hat/Miss Monroe's Jig; No Matter How Cold and Wet You Are As Long As You're Warm and Dry; KRL, Lochshore; Glasgow, Scotland; BTB Records; CD

Pierce Pettis; Another Day In Limbo; Great Big World; Compass 2004[another sentiment of futility celebrated by song when Jesus is there for the praising but people come to Christ only when they are ready. Some never make it, blinded by the futile folkways of the underworld. Sad but true, all too true, over and over again, by the millions. Are you saved? Jesus Loves you, brother! Jesus love you, sister! Love him back and suddenly the futility vanishes.]

Pierce Pettis; Alabama 1959; Great Big World; Compass 2004 [this song reminded me of the next]

Kate Campbell; Look Away; Rosaryville; Compass

Peter Kearney; Start From Here (Jerusalem, I Love You); Make Me A Song... 1966-1991; Crossover Music 2000 [someone would do well to organize a North American tour of the Australian musical visionary] www.hinet.net.au/~peterk

Kate Campbell; Rosaryville; Rosaryville; Compass

Peter Kearney; Rock of Ages/Uluru; Make Me A Song; Crossover [this song reminded me of the following]

Gary Greene; Cherokee Names; The Grand Imagineer [but the native Americans weren't the only people who had troubles as explained by the following three songs about Irish immigrants to America]

Pete Seeger; The Boys From County Mayo; American Favorite Ballads, 3; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Pete Seeger; No Irish Need Apply; American Favorite Ballads, 3; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Pete Seeger; Paddy Works On The Railroad; American Favorite Ballads, 3; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Gary Greene; Original Tunes; The Grand Imagineer

Fil Campbell; Touch of Your Hand; Beneath The Calm [But has this pretty Irish singer ever sung in Phil Campbell, Alabama?]

[9PM Break with Nature Conservancy PSA]

GA DFACS PSA

Steve Sedberry; short untitled poem for Prissy, Kevin's cat who just passed away

Mark Spoelstra; Sugar Babe; It's All Over Now; Classic Folk Music; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Fil Campbell; Even Then; Beneath The Calm

Woody Guthrie; Pastures of Plenty; Classic Folk Music; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Sandy Cash; The Boy Next Door; A Thing So Real; www.sandycash.com 2003 [an oddly insightful song explaining how one mother copes with having most of her time eaten up raising children

Paul Robeson; No More Auction Block; Classic Folk Music; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Odetta; Goodnight Irene; Lookin For A Home, Thanks To Leadbelly; M C Records 2001

Lead Belly; Rock Island Line; Classic Folk Music; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Beth Judy, Plant Detective; Ephedra; Montana Public Radio [these little PSA's are quite informative and entertaining]

Phil Ochs; Changes; Classic Folk Music; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004 [Jesus could have saved Phil and so many others now gone. But it's up to you and me to bear good witness of Christ and as C.S. Lewis said, "and if necessary use words."]

Dave Van Ronk; Dave Speaks; ...and the tinpan bended and the story ended...; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004 www.folkways.si.edu [his last performance]

Dave Van Ronk; Jelly Jelly; ...and the tinpan bended and the story ended...; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004 www.folkways.si.edu

Yesid Benites; Las Tres Damas (The Three Ladies); Si Soy Llanero, Joropo Music From the Orinoco Plains of Columbia; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004 [Lively music featuring the bandola]

Adam Miller; Springfield Mountain; The Orphan and other reminiscences

Luis Moreno (singer); Soy Llaneropelo-liso (I'm A Smooth-Haired Plainsman); Si Soy Llanero, Joropo Music From the Orinoco Plains of Columbia; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004 [featuring the bandola]

Rhonda Vincent; You Can't Take It With You When You Go; One Step Ahead; Rounder [an unusual counter threat sung to the casual lover who can't commit; Vincent is a high quality crossover artist with wide appeal.]

Earl Robinson; Black and White; Classic Folk Music; Smithsonian-Folkways 2004

Faithful Folk; Go With God; Servant of Grace

***end of show for 3 Aug 2004***

I'm thinking about buying some property in Buchanan, Georgia near my friend, Sharon. May God guide me in making this important decision. It may be time to move from my home state of Alabama and take up official residence in Georgia. For the sake of prosperity many lives are lost. Thou shalt not covet. Covetousness seems the most deceptive sin. As Tim O'Brien recently sang, getting by on less and less is a worthy goal. What do we need to live but food and shelter? We need Jesus Christ in our head and heart.

[Pray for Miles K. Busby, who is recovering from surgery]






Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly
in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in
psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with
grace in your hearts to the Lord. Col 3:16






for more information please contact, or just send your promo recordings and biographical info to:
Steve Sedberry
Radio Station WUWG
1601 Maple St.
Carrollton, GA 30118




Artists: please stay in touch;
let me know you are still there every six months or so.



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