playlist 28-10-05

Artist

Album

Track

Label

BRTO RADIO

10 days

Back to…

The 60’s and 70’s (& ‘50s /’80s)

Tim O’Brien

Cornbread Nation

Busted
(written by Harlan
Howard. Recorded in
1963 by…Johnny Cash)

Sugar Hill Records/
Munich Records

Johnny Cash

Murder

The sound of laughter
(written by Harlan
Howard. First recorded by Johnny Cash in 1979
for the Tall Man-album)

Columbia /American/Legacy

Powderblue

Live at Crossroads,
recorded on 01/14/04

Dry Town
(written Gillian Welch &
David Rawlings after
visiting a concert of…
Johnny Cash. The song has
a typical JC-baseline.
Powderblue is an
Amsterdam folk duo)

www.brto.nl /
www.powderblue.nl

Chelsea Hotel

Live at Crossroads,
recorded on 10/24/05

Make me smile
( Chelsea Hotel is an
Amsterdam rootsband,
named after the legendary
Chelsea Hotel in New York )

www.brto.nl /
www.chelseahotel.nl

Harry Nilsson

Diamond Series

She’s leaving home
(written by Lennon &
McCartney. Recorded by
The Beatles in 1967 for
Sgt Pepper’s Lonely
Heartsclub Band

RCA

Ron Sexsmith

Various:
NPR Studio Cuts

I guess the Lord must
be in New York City
(written by Harry Nilsson
and recorded on his 1967
album Harry. Nilsson was
a personal favorite of
The Beatles…)

National Public Radio Inc.
www.npr.org

Ringo Starr and his
all Star Band

Various:
Nobody’s Child

With a little help from
my friends
(Ringo Starr & Harry
Nilsson where friends.
Together they recorded
several songs. They also
wrote and act in the little
seen movie Son of Dracula)

Warner Bros.

Rowan Brothers

Now & Then

Circle of Friends
(the more the merrier...)

Taxim Records/Bertus
www.rowanbrothers.com
THIS WEEK’S
ALBUM OF THE WEEK

2e uur

2e uur

2e uur

2e uur

Slaďd Cleaves &
Rod Picott

Live at Crossroads in
Dordrecht, recorded
on 10/04/2005

Open all night
(written by Bruce
Springsteen, released in
1982 on “Nebreska”)

www.brto.nl /
www.slaid.com /
www.rodpicott.com

Bruce Springsteen

Various:
A vision shared, a
tribute to Woody
Guthrie & Leadbelly

Vigilante Man
(written by Woody
Guthrie, first released on
Dust Bowl-ballads, 1964)

Columbia

Tom Russell

Various, Thunder Road,
tracks inspired by
The Boss

I’m on Fire
(written by Bruce
Springsteen, released on
Born in the USA, 1984)

Given away free with Uncut November 2005.
Not to be sold separately.

Lucy Kaplansky

The Tide
(re-released in 2005;
originally from 1992)

The Heart
(written by Tom Russell
and Greg Trooper)

Red House Records/
Music & Words

Greg Trooper

Live at Crossroads,
recorded on 04/04/05

Tupelo Honey
(written by Van Morrison,
released on Tupelo Honey
1971)

www.brto.nl

Van Morrison

Various: the songs of
Jimmie Rodgers
(a tribute to…)

Mule Skinner Blues
(written by Jimmie
Rodgers, 1930. Recorded
by many others, like
Merle Haggard in 1969)

Columbia

Ian Matthews

Journeys from
Gospel Oak

Sing me back home
(written by Merle Haggard
first released on a various
artists album “Billboard
Top Country Hits”, 1968)

Crest Records

Iain Matthews

If you saw thro’ my
eyes – live
NEW LIVE VERSION
OF AN ALBUM THAT
WAS FIRST RELEASED IN 1971.
Recorded exactly two
years ago, on
October 28, 2003 in
Cambrinus. Horst,
The Netherlands

1.  Southern Wind
2.  It came without
     warning
3.  You couldn’t lose
4.  Morgan the Pirate
5.  If you saw thro’ my
     eyes

 

 

 

Blue Rose Records/
Sonic RendezVous

Rowan Brothers

Now & Then

When all is said and done

(Next Week a “normal”
edition of Crossroads
with live-on-air-guest
Jeff Talmadge)

Taxim Records/Bertus
www.rowanbrothers.com
THIS WEEK’S
ALBUM OF THE WEEK