‘C’ Word With Miss Paula Flynn #120

This week’s show, first broadcast 27th February 2012, changes the format a little.  The ‘Song That Changed The Face Of Country’ feature is gone, although Greg is still there, he’s just taken over postbox duties.  When we started this we didn’t think we’d still be here almost two and a half years on and it’s getting to be a stretch to find an influential song each week.   It may return, we never say never around here.

The songs played were:

Take Apart An Engine – Miss Paula Flynn

Going To The Barndance Tonight – Carson Robinson and his Pioneers

I Can’t Dance – Gram Parsons

My Little Baby – The Maddox Brothers and Sister Rose

Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly

Arlene – The Handsome Family

Winter’s Come And Gone – Gillian Welch

Fill Her Up – Minton Sparks

Hard To Build A Home – Marvin Etzioni

Back-Water Blues – Bessie Smith

The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band – Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys

The Milkman Of human Kindness – Billy Bragg

Talkin’ New York – Bob Dylan

Great Atomic Power – Charlie Louvin with Jeff Tweedy

Judgement – Reverend Sister Mary Nelson

I Know I’ve Been Changed – The Dixie Hummingbirds

Don’t Give Her No More Speed – Acoustic Dan

Explosion In The Fairmont Mines – Blind Alfred Reed

Crazy He Calls Me – Billie Holiday

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~ by thecwordwithmisspaulaflynn on February 27, 2012.

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