KUSF In Exile 10.23.11 8-10 AM Whiskey Before Breakfast DJ Richard White.

A two hour set of Folk, Acoustic, Flat Picking, Traditional, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and everything else related with waking up in a relaxed way to get the Sunday started off. Originally a radio show that was on WKSU, with Kerry Blech in the 70's, which led to the Folk Alley that we hear now.

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Fairport Convention "The Lord Is in This Place, How Dreadful Is This Place" (1968)
Dan Ar Braz "Leaving Brittany, Going To Ireland" (1979)
Norman Blake "Fiddler's Dram/Whiskey Before Breakfast" (1976)
Fairport Convention "Nottamun Town" (1968)
The Holy Modal Rounders "Low Down Dog" (1975)
Michael Hurley "Be Kind To Me" (1971)
Janet Smith "Green, Green Rocky Road" (1978)
Meg Baird, Sharron Kraus, & Helena Espvall "Fortune My Foe" (2006)
John Fahey "The Revolt Of The Dyke Brigade" (1974)
Leo Kottke "The Brain Of The Purple Mountain" (1970)
Phil Marsh "Hopeless Love" (1972)
Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions "Beat It On Down The Line" (1964)
Kathy (Larisch) & Carol (McComb) "Sprig Of Thyme" (1965)
Artie Traum & Bill Keith "Mud Acres" (1972)

Dana Westover "Beginning" (1971)
Tom Smith "Quidate Quierda" (1978)
William Eaton "Untitled" (1978)
Suni McGrath "The King Is Coming" (1971)
Bern Nix "Low Barometer" (2005)
Lenny Breau "Spanjazz" (1969)
Brad Barr "Newst Flurries" (2008)
Bob Hadley "Celtic Reverie" (2005)
Dan Ar Braz "The Sunny Bank" (1979)
Duck Baker "The March Of King Laois" (1979)

Davey Graham "Flower Mountain" (2007)
Lynn Clayton "Lord & Lady Fitzwater" & "Cat & Mouse" (both 1978)
Wendy Grossman "Kemp's Gigue" & "Atholl Highlanders" (both 1978)
Janet Smith "Curried Sunflower Seeds" (1978)
Kaki King "Night After Sidewalk" (2005)
Nick Schillace "A Real State Of Independence" (2008)
Ben Reynolds "The Virgin Knows" (2009)

Blind Willie Johnson "Dark Was The Night (Cold Was The Ground)" (1927)

Note: The entire contents of the first ever Whiskey Before Breakfast, which originally aired on KUSF on July 11, 2010, appear on the first set of this show.

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