Monday, June 21, 2010
Episode 15 | "Under God's Wide, Wide Sky"
Welcome to Tony Tost’s America. My names is Tony Tost, and this is my America.
“Down in Tennessee,” John Anderson; “The Randall Knife,” Guy Clark; “Stagger Lee,” Champion Jack Dupree; “Look Again to the Wind,” Peter La Farge; “Folsom Prison Blues,” Slim Harpo; “Papa Why Don’t You Stop Drinking,” Lonnie Glosson; “He Will Set Your Fields on Fire,” Kitty Wells
David Koresh discusses Amy Grant and the inner violence of music
“I’m On Fire,” Charles Manson; “Arkansas State Prison,” Bobby Womack
Laurel & Hardy are headed to Dixie
“There’s No Disappointment In Heaven,” Bob Wills; “Time Will Tell,” The Black Crowes; “Lonesome Jailhouse Blues,” Aunt Molly Jackson; “Whoopee Ti Yi Yo,” Karen Dalton
CS Giscombe emits a monster
“Saddle My Pony,” Howlin’ Wolf; “Every Time I Hear the Rain a-Fallin’,” Jimmy Driftwood; “Bugs,” Bobbie Gentry; “Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes,” Paul Robeson
Rudy Ray Moore finds some sugar on a corner
“Black Night,” Bobby Bland; “Fare Thee Well, Miss Carousel,” Townes Van Zandt
John Wayne testifies
“Ghost Riders in the Sky,” Bob Dylan (w/ Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Three); “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town,” Carl Perkins
Alice Notley is a little lost lamb in the heart of the city
“South of Cincinnati,” Dwight Yoakam
Johnny Cash discusses heroics
“Sam Hall,” Tex Ritter; “Streets of Laredo,” Marty Robbins; “Devil’s Son-in-Law,” Peetie Wheatstraw; “Radio Station S-A-V-E-D,” Roy Acuff.
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