Friday, March 30, 2012

WSCS Playlist 3/30/12

Welcome to Out of the Woods, a 3-hour program of mostly acoustic music which airs ever Friday from 6 to 9 e.s.t. locally, and is syndicated on The Global Voice, a station run primarily by blind program hosts, and aimed at bringing together the blind and sighted communities (http://www.theglobalvoice.info - Sundays at 5 pm e.s.t.,  repeating at 11 pm on Mondays), and also on BOB-FM (http://www.bob-fm.webs.com/, Sundays at 6 am e.s.t.)
The show can also be heard anytime by visiting the archives.

To listen to the archived version of the show online, go here:
http://archive.org/details/OutOfTheWoods-Show104-Wscs-fm-3-30-12


For the syndicated version for broadcasters, go here:

http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/58875


This week we remembered the great Earl Scruggs who passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 88.  Earl was an innovator on the 5-string banjo and is solely responsible for the 3-finger style which became standard in bluegrass music.  Earl Scruggs is an American legend.  With his passing, the original Bluegrass Boys classic lineup of 1945-1947, which consisted of Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Chubby Wise, and Cedric Rainwater have all passed on.  I included plenty of Scruggs material on the show tonight, including the Earl Scruggs & Friends Radio Special from 2001. The rest was bluegrass material I had laid-out for the show prior to the news. So, all bluegrass tonight, and a bit of a return of the old 'Music For The Mountain' shows of old...



OUT OF THE WOODS INTRO


BELA FLECK - Ode To Earl - The Bluegrass Sessions: Tales From The Acoustic Planet Volume II - Warner Brothers

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BELA FLECK & EARL SCRUGGS - Foggy Mountain Special - The Bluegrass Sessions: Tales From The Acoustic Planet Volume II - Warner Brothers

BILL MONROE & THE BLUEGRASS BOYS - Will You Be Loving Another Man - The Essential Bill Monroe (disc 1) - RCA


JOHN HARTFORD - Tater Tate & Alan Munde - Mark Twang - Rounder

FLATT & SCRUGGS - Nashville Cats - 'Tis Sweet To Be Remembered: The Essential Flatt & Scruggs - Columbia/Legacy

FLATT & SCRUGGS - Foggy Mountain Chimes - Flatt & Scruggs, 1948-1959 - Bear Family


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MARTY RAYBON - Indian Crow - Mark Twain: Words And Music - Mailboat Records

MARIEL VANDERSTEEL - Hickory - Hickory - Self

FREEMAN & WILLIAMS - Muddy River - Freeman & Williams - Mountain Roads Recordings


SHANNON SLAUGHTER - These Old Boot Brought Me Back To You - The Sideman Steps Out - Self

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THE HEATHER BERRY & TONY MABE SHOW - I Miss You Old Friend - The Heather Berry & Tony Mabe Show - Mountain Fever Records

ALISON KRAUSS - Winter Of A Broken Heart - I've Got That Old Feeling - Rounder


RICHARD D. HENRY - I'm Gonna Keep On Loving You - A Long Way From Home - Self

AKIRA OTSUKA - Time For New Green - First Tear - Patuxent Records

CHRIS JONES & THE NIGHT DRIVERS - Cloud Of Dust - Lost Souls & Free Spirits: The Rebel Collection Old & New - Rebel


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EARL SCRUGGS, RICKY SKAGGS & DOC WATSON - Katy Hill - The Three Pickers - Rounder

EARL SCRUGGS & FRIENDS RADIO SPECIAL - Segment 1 - MCA


EARL SCRUGGS & FRIENDS RADIO SPECIAL - Segment 2 - MCA

(Weekly concert calendar over 'Waiting For Gordon' by Dana & Susan Robinson)

EARL SCRUGGS & FRIENDS RADIO SPECIAL - Segment 3 - MCA


EARL SCRUGGS & FRIENDS RADIO SPECIAL - Segment 4 - MCA

EARL SCRUGGS & FRIENDS RADIO SPECIAL - Segment 5 - MCA

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FLATT & SCRUGGS - Fireball Mail - Foggy Mountain Banjo - County Records

FLATT & SCRUGGS - Down The Road - Flatt & Scruggs, 1959-1963 - Bear Family


SPECIAL CONSENSUS - I'm No Stranger To The Rain - 25th Anniversary - Pinecastle Records

TONY RICE - Gold Rush - The Bill Monroe Collection - Rounder

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CLAY HESS - My Little Girl In Tennessee - Rain - Kang

RALPH STANLEY with IRIS DEMENT - Trust Each Other - Clinch Mountain Sweethearts - Rebel

MERL JOHNSON - Sweetest Love - Better Man - Patuxent

THE GIBSON BROTHERS - Ragged Man - Life Goes On: Musicians Against Childhood Cancer - Rural Rhythm


LARRY SPARKS - Lines On The Highway - Almost Home - Rounder

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CHARLIE CHAMBERLAIN - Larry Sparks (Gospel Train) - Old And New - Self

FLATT & SCRUGGS - Ground Speed - Foggy Mountain Banjo - County Records


BILL MONROE & THE BLUEGRASS BOYS - Blue Moon Of Kentucky - The Essential Bill Monroe (disc 1) - RCA

FLATT & SCRUGGS - Flint Hill Special - Flatt & Scruggs, 1948-1959 - Bear Family

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EARL SCRUGGS & FRIENDS - Foggy Mountain Breakdown - Earl Scruggs & Friends - MCA

BYRON BERLINE with EARL SCRUGGS & BILL MONROE - Sally Goodin - A Fiddle And A Song - Sugar Hill

FLATT & SCRUGGS - The Ballad Of Jed Clampett - Flatt & Scruggs, 1964-1969 (disc 6) - Bear Family

(Outro over 'Happy Trails' by Quicksilver Messenger Service)

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Jon 'Chip' Colcord
Out of the Woods
Fridays 6 to 9 pm e.s.t. 90.9 WSCS-FM                       
                                              
Colby Sawyer College, New London, NH                            
                                       
Sunday 6 to 9 am e.s.t  BOB FM                            
                
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