A Fond Farewell: The Last Show (?)–Playlist, May 11, 2013

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May 11, 2013 by Nils

Song Artist Album Year Record Label
Walk Right Back David Grisman, John Sebastian Satisfied 2007 Acoustic Disc
Old Jellico… Bela Fleck Tales from the Acoustic Planet vol. 2 1999 Warner
7:15 PSA
Golden Ticket The Infamous Stringdusters The Infamous Stringdusters 2008 Sugar Hill
The Crow Tony Trischka, Steve Martin Double-Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular 2007 Rounder
Broken Cherryholmes Cherryholmes III 2007 Skaggs Family
7:30 PROMO
Shattered Cross Darrell Scott, Paul Brady Transatlantic Sessions 3 2007 Whirlie
Stubb Ricky Skaggs, Bruce Hornsby Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby 2007 Sony Classics
7:45 PSA
Good People Great Big Sea XX 2012 ?
Fiddler’s Heaven Jim Lauderdale Carolina Moonrise 2012 Compass
Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning Tim O’Brien and Darrell Scott We’re Usually a Lot Better than This 2012 Full Light
8:00 Station ID
Chiraa-Khoor Huun-Huur-Tu The Orphan’s Lament 1994 Shanachie
Ship on the Bay Karelian Folk Music Ensemble Winds of the Past 2004 KFME
Bucovina Shantel Gypsy Groove 2007 Putumayo
8:15 PSA
The Queen of Argyle Silly Wizard The Best Of 1985 Shanachie
Aililiu Na Gamnha Solas Sunny Spells and Scattered Showers 1996 Shanachie
Cobbler’s Hornpipe Eliza Carthy Rough Music 2005 Topic
8:30 PROMO
Leatherwing Bat Pete Seeger, Tony Trischka, Bruce Molsky Territory 2009 Smithsonian Folkways
Buckdancer’s Choice Bruce Molsky Soon Be Time 2007 Compass
Song for a Young Queen Chris Thile Not All Who Wander are Lost 2001 Compass
8:45 PSA
Northwest Passage Stan Rogers Northwest Passage 1981 Fogarty’s Cove
Early Joe Walsh Sweet Loam 2011 [Self]

 

Tonight is the last broadcast of The Falls of Richmond on WDCE 90.1 FM.  I won’t write much here because it’s too emotional–after four years of doing a program, you really come to love the people with whom you’ve been privileged to work and the weekly task of putting together a program.  Most weeks, it’s a labor of love (though there are days when inspiration runs low), and tonight is no exception.  Tonight, I’m playing many of the tracks I’ve come to love during the four years I’ve broadcast on WDCE 901.  Join me for a trip down memory lane, and if I start crying, please bring some Kleenex.

– Nils Niemeier, the Man in the Bowler Hat

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THE END OF AN ERA.

Our Final Broadcast on WDCE 90.1 wasMay 11th, 2013
We are working to get back on the air somewhere, anywhere. Just so long as you can hear us.

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