The Saturday Morning Folk Show

Robyne Fawx & Bill Wagman

Ed subs for Bill Wagman this week.

National Prohibition officially ended on this date in 1933 after adoption of the 21st Amendment to the US Constitution. Before signing the legislation to abolish prohibition, President Franklin D. Roosevelt famously quipped, "I think this would be a good time for a beer."

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Saturday 12/15/2012 @ 9:00AM - 12:00PM
ArtistSongAlbumLabelComments
V/A: Jesse Fuller San Francisco Bay Blues The Journey of Chris Strachwitz: Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection Arhoolie
KC Douglas Mercury Blues
Mance Lipscomb Shake Shake Mama
Big Joe Williams Brother James
Zydeco Announcer Zydeco Introduction
Albert Chevalier Bernadette Chere
Clifton Chenier Ay, Ai, Ai
Clifton Chenier Louisana Blues
Isom Fontenot La Betaille
Nathan Abshire Clcasieu Waltz
Austin Pitre Church Point Breakdown
Original Herberstein Trio Getanzeln aus dem Freistriztal
Piano Red You Ain't Got a Chance
Narciso Martinez Luzita
Trio San Antonio Yo Me Enamore
Trio San Antonio Borracho Perdido
Chavela Ortiz y Brown Express Besos y Copas
Robert Shaw Fast Santa Fe (Bear Cat)
Any Old Time String Band I'll See You in Cuba
The Klezmorim Beym Rebns Sude
Lydia Mendoza Mi Problema
Santiago Jimenez Sr Ay Te Dejo en San Antonio
Flaco Jimenez Gritenme Piedras del Campo
Santiago Jimenez Jr Negra Ausencia
Rose Maddox Single Girl
Wade Fruge Chill of a Saturday Afternoon
Chuck Guillory Jolie Blonde
ReBirth Brass Band Here to Stay
Katie Webster I Know That's Right
Los Campesinos de Michoacan Aguililla
Paramount Gospel Singers Mother
Chatuye Gumagarugu
Aziz Herawi Khandan-e Amaturi III
Ivan Cuesta A Ti, Colombia
Milton Brown and the Musical Brownies If You Can't Get Five Take Two
Waylon Jennings Walk on Out of My Mind
Bucky Halker Ghost of October
Silver Jews Friday Night Fever
Porter Wagoner A Place to Hang My Hat