Thursday, October 25th, Kevin Patterson phones in from Canada. He is the author of Consumption, a novel that has been described as a staggeringly beautiful elegy for the traditional life of the Inuit… Showing the inevitable loss when cultures collide.
Hull, Dakota Dave : New Shirt Five Jones Boys : Mr. Ghost Is Goin’ to Town Morse, Lee her Bluegrass Boys : Ain’t No Sin (to Take Off Your Skin and Dance Around in Your Bones) Armstrong, Louis : Old Man Mose Miller, Emmett : Sam and Bill at the Graveyard Miller, Emmett : The Ghost of the St. Louis Blues Morningstar, Jackie : Rockin’ in the Graveyard Turner, Big Joe : Lonesome Graveyard Blues
This week we say goodbye to October by saying hello to the new, outstanding, essential 2-CD set of Aretha Franklin that comprises previously unheard studio masters from her great years at Atlantic. We also sample the new CD issued as part of the annual Oxford American southern music issue. And Brother Tad gets spooky with some ghoulish Halloween music.