‘C’ Word With Miss Paula Flynn #114

Feels good to get back to a more ‘normal’ C Word this week. With Christmas and the New Year now left behind us it’s time to get back to some classic country even if I take a nod towards Woody Guthrie’s centenary with a pair of songs from him and Greg hints at the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic with a pair of songs about that notable disaster.

The songs played were:

Take Apart An Engine – Miss Paula Flynn
Stack-O-Lee – Tennessee Ernie Ford
Bull Fiddle Boogie – Pee Wee King
Darling I Don’t Understand – Jesse James
South Of The Border – Gene Autry
Nine Pound Hammer – Merle Travis
Frankie And Johnny – Mississippi John Hurt
My Little Old Home – Jimmie Rodgers
We Shall Be Free – Woody Guthrie
Old Time Religion – Woody Guthrie
The Sinking Of The Titanic – Richard ‘Rabbit’ Brown
When That Great Ship Went Down – William & Versey Smith
Arlene – The Handsome Family
Milk Cow Blues – Johnnie Lee Wills
Walkin’ The Floor Over You – Ernest Tubb
Goodnight Irene – Tom Waits
Imagine That – Patsy Cline

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~ by thecwordwithmisspaulaflynn on January 9, 2012.

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