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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Americana Highway #98 - November 5, 2006

Something Old. Something New. Something Borrowed. Something Blue. No, Jack Ryan isn't getting married...but this week on WIVK's Americana Highway everyone feels a bit like a blushing bride as Jack is breaking out four great segments of Americana, Bluegrass and Country music separated into songs that are Old, songs that are New, songs that are Borrowed (yes, we're talkin' cover versions here) and songs that are Blue - er, well, songs that have "Blue" in the title.
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Got a fave song you'd like to hear that fits into one of those four categories? Then shoot Jack and email with the name and artist and, who knows, it might just be a marriage made in request Heaven! jack@americanahighway.com
  • Joe's Place by Mike Dekle
  • Jealous Jane by Darcy Lynne Ward
  • Art Of Virtue by Adrienne Young & Little Sadie
  • Rope Around My Heart by Doug & Telisha Williams
  • I'd Rather Be In Love With You by Susan Haynes
  • Ol' Cook Pot by The Duhks
  • Almost Home by Arlington Priest
  • Dixie Lullaby by Pat Green
  • I Believe In Love by Indigo Girls
  • Everybody's Got A Vice by Amy Dalley
  • My Turn To Cry by Marshall Rhodes
  • I Am The Man Thomas by Alabama with Dr. Ralph Stanley
  • Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends by Joan Osbourne
  • Someone I Used To Know by Lee Ann Womack
  • He Stopped Loving Her Today by Trent Summar
  • Dreaming by Amy Speace
  • Lay Baby Lay by Maria Muldaur
  • Dream A Little Dream Of Me by Robinella
  • Country Music Has The Blues by Billy Ray Cyrus with George Jones & Loretta Lynn
  • Lavender Blue by Sunny Sweeney with Jim Lauderdale
  • Brakeman's Blues by Chris Thile
  • Blue As You by Shawn Mullins
  • Wild Blue Country by Casey Kessel
  • All American Bluegrass Girl by Rhonda Vincent & The Rage

1 Comments:

At 10:35 AM, Anonymous AmericanaLVR said...

Hey Jack, Thanks for spinning Maria Muldaur's "Heart of Mine." I love that record and Lay Baby Lay sounds so sexy! Did you hear the review on NPR's All Things Considered on Wed, Nov. 1? AmericanaLVR

 

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