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Playlist with Laura (archive)

Monday, March 20, 2017 | 11:00 to 12:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
James McMurtry Copper Canteen Complicated Game Complicated Game
* Blue Cactus I Never Knew Heartache (Then I Knew You) Blue Cactus S/R NC
Willie Nelson Everywhere I Go Teatro Island
* Whitney Rose Lookin' Back on Luckenbach South Texas Suite Thirty Tigers
John Moreland Cherokee High on Tulsa Heat Old Omens
* Rayna Gellert River Town Workin's Too Hard Story Sound
Neko Case I Wish I Was the Moon Blacklisted Bloodshot
Emmylou Harris So Sad (to Watch Good Love Go Bad) Last Date Eminent
* Richard Osborn Streets of Laredo, A Pastorale Endless Tompkins Square
Sierra Hull Choices and Changes Weighted Mind Rounder
* Jenny Scheinman The Road to Manila Here on Earth Royal Potato Family
Gillian Welch The Devil Had a Hold of Me Hell Among the Yearlings Almo Sounds
Dolly Parton The Grass Is Blue The Grass Is Blue Sugar Hill
* Chuck Prophet If I Was Connie Britton Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins Yep Roc
Loretta Lynn Portland Oregon Van Lear Rose Interscope
* Southern Avenue What Did I Do Southern Avenue Stax
* Betty Davis Born on the Bayou The Columbia Years 1968-1969 Light in the Attic
* Otis Taylor Twelve String Mile Fantasizing About Being Black Trance Blues Festival