WUOG 90.5FM Athens, GA

26,000 Watts of College Radio Debauchery

Banjos and Blues (Specialty Show)

Playing old-time, blues, religious, and other musical traditions from across the South. We'll go on a trip from West Virginia to West Texas, and we'll take the slow route.

Fri Sep 14th 2018 2.00pm–3.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern

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2:08pm   MrMalcontent

I made it! What'd I miss??

2:11pm   Professor Legume (host)

Nothing! Blind Lemon Jefferson introduction and he is playing right now

2:14pm   MrMalcontent

I heard some details. And opening track?

2:15pm   MrMalcontent

And *missed opening track?

2:19pm   MrMalcontent

Nice selections!

2:20pm   Professor Legume (host)

It was "All I Want Is that Pure Religion" by blind lemon jefferson. It was released under the pseudonym Deacon L.J. Yates interesetingly

2:36pm   MrMalcontent

Listening from SoCal and knew it was Louisiana!

2:36pm   MrMalcontent

Oh wow! Interesting!

2:45pm   MrMalcontent

Way Too Much Information rn af

2:54pm   MrMalcontent

Thanks for the great show, as always!! Kind regards to you Sir! Cheers to the guest!!

2:10pm

Deacon L.J. Yates (Blind Lemon Jefferson) “All I Want Is That Pure Religion”
from 1925/26

2:11pm

Blind Lemon Jefferson “Low Down Mojo Blues”
from The Immortal Blind Lemon Jefferson

2:20pm

Blind Willie Johnson “I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole”
from Blind Willie Johnson, 1927-1930 Album (Folkways Records 1965)

2:25pm

Blind Lemon Jefferson “Go With Me To That Land”
from The Complete Blind Willie Johnson

2:25pm

Blind Willie Johnson “If I Had My Way, I'd Tear that Building Down”
from His Story Told, Annotated and Documented Album (Folkways Records 1957)

2:33pm

Blind Uncle Gaspard “Sur Le Borde De L'Eau (On the Water's Edge)”
from Early American Cajun Music: Classic Recordings From the 1920's (Yazoo)

2:55pm

Blind Boy Fuller “Homesick and Lonesome Blues”
from Truckin' My Blues Away


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.