Playlist: The Boudin Barndance – 01/19/2023

The Boudin Barndance: 01/19/2023
Dan Ferguson
WRIU-FM, 90.3 Kingston, RI
Thursdays 6-9 pm
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Back to our normal Boudin Barndance radio show format tonight which was a first hour primarily composed of new releases followed by an extended version of our C&W segment before closing with a couple of sets of odds and ends we love. Lots of new singles and albums making their Barndance debut tonight including stuff from Margo Price, H.C. McEntire, Angel Dean & Sue Garner, Yo La Tengo, Juniper, Mark Erelli, Nude Party, Brit Taylor, Jaimee Harris, Gabe Lee, Jason Carter, and Wylie & the Wild West Show. Buttshaker of the week???? The Hackberry Ramblers with “Cajun Twist.” Now let’s all grab a cold one or three, and get to the goods….

Buck Owens, et al – Buckaroo / Box Set / Rhino (intro)

Margo Price – Been to the Mountain / Strays (Loma Vista, 2023)
H.C. McEntire – New View / Every Acre (Merge, 2023)
Angel Dean & Sue Garner – The Cold / Gardenia (2022)
Yo La Tengo – Aselestine / The Stupid World (Matador, 2023)
Scanlan & Neufeld – You Said / Last Stars First Light (2022)
Juniper – I Cry Cause I Care / She Steals Candy (Confidential, 2023)
Mark Erelli – Is It Enough / Lay Your Darkness Down (Soundly, 2023)

Nude Party – Ride On / single (New West, 2023)
Brit Taylor – Ain’t a Hard Livin’ / Kentucky Blue (Cut-a-Shine/TT, 2023)
Jaimee Harris – The Fair & Dark Haired Lad / Boomerang Town (Folk n’ Roll, 2023)
Gabe Lee – One of These Days / The Hometown Kid (2022)
Jason Carter – – Kissimmee / Lowdown Hoedown (MP, 2023)
Wylie & the Wild West Show – Ribbon of Darkness / Bunchgrass (2023)
Bill Kitchen – Arkansas Diamond / The Proper Years: Vol 1 (Proper)
Jerry Reed – Have Blues Will Travel / The NRC Years

Pig Robbins – The Bridge Washed Out / 7” (Chart)
Tommy Duncan – We Got Good Business / Texas Moon (Bear Family)
Tex Ritter – Trouble in Mind / Vintage Collections (Capitol)
Autry Inman (w/ Grady Martin) – It Would Be a Doggone Lie / Roughneck Blues (Rev-Ola)
Roger Miller – Tall Tall Trees / Best of Vol. 1 (Mercury)
Skeeter Davis – Optimistic / The Essential (RCA))
Ray Price – Walkin’ the Floor / & Cherokee Cowboys (Bear Family)
Goldie Hill – Twice as Blues / Country Songs (Vocalion)
Joe & Rose Lee Maphis – Dim Lights Thick Smoke / Swingin’ West (R&T)
Jimmy Day – Roadside Rag / Steel & Strings (Bear Family)
Dolly Parton – Back Home / My Tennessee Mountain Home (RCA)
Michael Nesmith – American Airman / Different Drum (Real Gone)
Intermission backdrop:
Leon McAuliffe – Columbia Historic Edition (Columbia)
Flatt & Scruggs – Foggy Mountain Breakdown / Complete Mercury Sessions (Mercury)
Patty Loveless – Cheap Whiskey / Mountain Soul (Epic)
Elvis Presley – Milkcow Blues Boogie / Sunrise (RCA)
Elvis Presley – You’re a Heartbreaker / Sunrise (RCA)
Gene Summers – Dance Dance Dance / The Ultimate School of R&R (CCS)
Gene Terry – What Can I Do I Still Love You / Swamp Pop by the Bayou (Ace)
Harry Choates – Rubber Dolly / Fiddle King of Cajun Swing (Arhoolie)
Hackberry Ramblers – Cajun Twist / Jolie Blonde (Arhoolie)
Savoy Doucet Cajun band – Mon Chere Bebe Creole / s/t (Arhoolie)

Steve Earle – Hurtin’ Me Hurtin’ You / I Feel Alright (WB)
Michael Hall – Tremblin’ / Adequate Desire (Deja Disc)
Alejandro Escovedo – Slip / With These Hands (Rykodisc)
David Halley – If Ever You Need Me / Stray Dog Talk (dos)
The Silos – My Big Car / Hasta La Victoria (Watermelon)
Kelly Hogan – Strayed / Because It Feel Good (Bloodshot)
Iris DeMent – Mom & Dad’s Waltz / My Life (Philo/WB)

Allen Toussaint – What is Success / Collection (Reprise)
Johnny Adams – Oh So Nice / I Won’t Cry (Rounder)
Slim Harpo – Late Last Night / The Scratch (Excello/AVI)
Earl Hooker – Off the Hook / Two Bugs & a Roach (Arhoolie)

Burton & Mooney – Corn Pickin’ / Legends of Country Guitar / Rhino (outro)

Comments welcome.
Boudin Dan