March 28, 1998
Live from the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, Oregon, with Eric Bogle and Dave Frishberg.

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Recorded on March 28, 1998, from Portland, Oregon.
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00:00LOGO
00:14TISHOMINGO
02:06WHO ELSE IS ON OUR SHOW, TIM? (RA)
02:36GK talk about Portland... (RA)
05:06FROG WENT A'COURTIN'
09:40applause, GK back announce into
09:57RHUBARB (RA)
13:25Rhubarb Pie song
14:13GK intro Margie Boule (RA)
15:27GK TALK WITH MARGIE ABOUT OREGON
21:55APPLAUSE--GK SEGUE/INTRO DAVE FRISHBERG
23:32DAVE FRISHBERG--I Can't Take You Nowhere
26:07APPLAUSE--DAVE FRISHBERG SEGUE
26:22SARATOGA HUNCH
29:31applause
29:44POWDERMILK BISCUITS
31:12APPLAUSE
31:26LEWIS AND CLARK (RA)
42:44applause--GK intro Eric Bogle (RA)
44:32applause--Eric Bogle talk
45:06FRONT ROW COWBOY
48:29applause--Eric segue
49:40SMALL MIRACLES
54:37CAFE BOEUF (RA)
58:50ROSE MEDLEY (RA)
105:05applause
105:25MY HONEY'S LOVIN' ARMS (RA)
108:55DUCT TAPE(RA)
110:52applause WHILE WE'RE YOUNG
113:01GREETINGS (RA)
116:45LARRY (RA)
122:45applause--intro Dave Frishberg (RA)
123:00MATTY
126:22applause
126:39MONOLOGUE (RA)
143:25APPLAUSE--GREIG: SPRINGTIDE (VOREN) (RA)
145:27GK TALK WITH ERIC BOGLE (RA)
146:30SOMEWHERE IN AMERICA
149:58APPLAUSE--GK TALK
151:40BABY BLUES (RA)
154:39APPLAUSE--GK SEGUE TO CREDITS-- DOWN IN THE VALLEY
157:10THAT'S OUR SHOW FOR TONIGHT... WEARY AND FAREWELL BLUES PLAYOFF

Guest Information
  • Eric Bogle
  • Dave Frishberg
  • Scripts
  • Who Else is on Our Show, Tim?
  • Frog Went A'Courtin'
  • Rhubarb
  • Lewis and Clark
  • Cafe Boeuf
  • Larry
  • Duct Tape

  • Music Information
    Performers, music scipts and credits
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