#1, Up on the Download – Radio Show

On the 1st Sunday of every month I host and program a show called “Up on the Download”. I play roots/blues/gospel/country, anything that can be described as Americana from the station music library or, as the show title suggests, was downloaded from the web.

Here’s the set list for my first show on December 6, 2009.

  1. Shake For Me – Howlin’ Wolf
  2. Gambling Man Blues – Jack Dupree
  3. Low Rising – The Swell Season
  4. Sugarfoot – Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears
  5. Heavy Heart – Joanne Shaw Hart
  6. Garlic Blues – Helen Humes
  7. Me & My Chaffeur Blues – Memphis Minnie
  8. Bad Luck Got My Man – Big Mama Thornton
  9. Scratch my Back – Taj Mahal
  10. Houston Bound – Lightnin’ Hopkin
  11. The Rose Hotel – Robert Earl Keen
  12. John Hardy – Leadbelly
  13. Down in Mississippi – Pinetop Perkins
  14. Delta Blues – Big Joe Williams
  15. Pantry – Lyle Lovett
  16. John Henry – Mississippi Fred McDowell & Johnny Woods
  17. Fear No Evil – Coco Montoya
  18. I’m Gonna Cross The River Of Jordan – Some O’ These Days – Jaybird Coleman
  19. Glory Glory Hallelujah – Reverend Robert Wilkins
  20. Lost Highway – Willie Nelson
  21. Chitler Rag Blues – Sylvester Weaver
  22. Lucinda / Ain’t Goin’ Down To The Well [Live] – Tom Waits

Link to all archived shows

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~ by john on December 6, 2009.

2 Responses to “#1, Up on the Download – Radio Show”

  1. That’s what I takin’ about! Now work me in some Blind Wille Johnson – perhaps “John the Revelator” as you revelate the listeners. 🙂

  2. Ok, its on the next set list Bob, thanks for stopping by!

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