June 14, 1997
Live from the The Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami, Florida, with Dave Barry and John Conga.

Listen to the show
Requires free RealAudio player. See how to listen.

In its entirety
Listen to the whole show, recorded on June 14, 1997, from Miami, Florida.
In segments
Play individual show segments as listed below.

00:00Logo
00:11Tishomingo with Spanish translation
01:08Opening Credits
01:54JACKIE GLEASON EXCHANGE
02:13TIM RUSSELL CREDITS
03:16Minnesota blizzard vs. exotic Miami (RA)
06:30JAMAICA FAREWELL/UNDER THE BOARDWALK (new lyrics)
09:04applause--GK INTRODUCES Andy Stein
09:54SUGAR BLUES
12:32applause--GK INTRODUCES Dave Barry
13:13applause--GK TALKS to Dave Barry
14:29RELATIONSHIPS (RA)
21:01applause--GK talks with Dave Barry about Miami
22:36THE LIVES OF ENGLISH MAJORS (RA)
34:20Applause--GK talks about Miami
42:55AFRO-SAMBA
45:21Johnny Conga talks to audience
46:02MEDLEY OF SONGS TO DEITIES
50:26Applause
51:43BAD SONGS
53:18"Tie a Yellow Ribbon"
53:30"Feelings", "My Way", "The Edmund Fitzgerald", "Horse with No Name"
56:18"MacArthur Park"
58:04TELL LAURA I LOVE HER
100:45APPLAUSE--Segue to intermission (RA)
101:17WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE?
105:04Welcome back to the second half
105:31CAFE BOEUF (RA)
108:58APPLAUSE
109:04GREETINGS
113:11MY LOVE IS LIKE A RED, RED ROSE
116:17applause--GK introduces Pat Donohue
117:13STUMBLIN' THROUGH
120:55applause
121:10MONOLOGUE (RA)
140:48CORCOVADO
142:31APPLAUSE
143:40RHUMBA
147:07applause
147:21POWDERMILK BISCUITS
148:30applause--GK introduces Dave Barry--MIAMI DRIVERS
151:50applause
152:27RHUBARB (RA)
156:21applause--more credits
157:42VERSE OF SONG
158:17THAT'S OUR SHOW FOR TONIGHT!

Guest Information
  • Dave Barry
  • John Conga
  • Scripts
  • Opening
  • Relationships
  • The Lives of English Majors
  • Cafe Boeuf
  • Rhubarb

  • Music Information
    Performers, music scipts and credits
    Chat About the Show
    Join the Chatterbox and share your thoughts about the show.

    Old Sweet Songs: A Prairie Home Companion 1974-1976

    Old Sweet Songs

    Lovingly selected from the earliest archives of A Prairie Home Companion, this heirloom collection represents the music from earliest years of the now legendary show: 1974–1976. With songs and tunes from jazz pianist Butch Thompson, mandolin maestro Peter Ostroushko, Dakota Dave Hull and the first house band, The Powdermilk Biscuit Band (Adam Granger, Bob Douglas and Mary DuShane).

    Available now»

    American Public Media © |   Terms and Conditions   |   Privacy Policy