Sunday, August 2, 2009

Routes and Branches Play List 08/01/09

Jerry Garcia was my feature artist this week since his birthday landed on the day of my show. He would have turned 67. Although he best known for his career with the Grateful Dead, Jerry also played in folk and bluegrass bands such as the Sleepy Hollow Hog Stompers, Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions and Old & In The Way. His long time friendship with David Grisman also produced an abundance of Americana music.
Though he is no longer with us, Jerry's music lives on.


Grateful Dead - Cumberland Blues - Working Man's Dead
Old & In The Way - Introduction by Peter Rowan - Breakdown
Old & In The Way - Home Is Where The Heart Is - Breakdown
Garcia, Grisman, Rice - Shady Grove - The Pizza Tapes
Levon Helm - Tennessee Jed - Electric Dirt
Sonny Landreth - Levee Town - Levee Town
Assembly Of Dust - Cold Coffee - Some Assembly Required
The Waifs - Sundirtwater - Live From The Union Of Soul
Old & In The Way - Midnight Moonlight - Breakdown
Garcia, Grisman - Friend Of The Devil - Jerry Garcia / David Grisman
Guy Clark - The Guitar - Somedays The Song Writes You
Jorma Kaukonen - Operator - River Of Time

Nancy Griffith - Tequila After Midnight - The Loving Kind
Hot Club Of Cow Town - The Long Way Home - Wishful Thinking
Angel Band - Cold Lonesome Down In Black Bird Creek - With Roots And Wings
Old & In The Way - Catfish John - That High Lonesome Sound
Scott Miller & The Commonwealth - Iron Gate - For Crying Out Loud
Lewi Longmire Band - This Time - Fire 'Neath The Still
Chuckanut Drive - Warm It Up - Fidelity Grange
John Arthur Martinez - Purgatory Road - Purgatory Road
The Derek Trucks Band - Down Don't Bother Me - Already Free
The Bridge - Let Me Off This Train - Blind Man's Bluff
Goerge Palmer Macias - Don't Touch The Money - Firefly
Old & In The Way - Jerry's Breakdown - Breakdown
Garcia, Grisman, Rice - Knockin' On Heaven's Door - The Pizza Tapes

1 comment:

john Arthur martinez said...

I appreciate the spins you're giving my Purgatory Road album.

Every songwriter on the album is from the Texas Hill Country except Walt Wilkin's co-writer on You Can't Outdrink the truth.

It's an honor to be a part of a playlist that includes my college bud, Todd Snider, from my Southwest Texas State (now Texas State) days in San Marcos, TX.