October 3, 1998
Live from the Fitzgerald Theater, St. Paul, Minnesota, with guests Kate MacKenzie, the Tannahill Weavers, and Ann Hampton Callaway.

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Recorded on October 3, 1998, from St. Paul, Minnesota.
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00:00Logo
00:12Tishomingo
00:53Opening Credits
02:02Lands' End Credit/GK Talk About October
04:45Oh, Baby-Food Song
07:59Powdermilk Biscuits
10:15Intro K. Mackenzie
10:30Bunch of Guys
12:48GK Talk with KMackenzie
14:07Before the Next Teardrop Falls
17:15GK Talk
17:48Rhubarb
21:15GK Talk about Guests Intro Tannahill Weavers
22:36The Braes of Marr
25:57Cambleton Kiltie Ball
28:28Applause
28:57Sound Effects Auditions
32:53GK Talk about Bike Trail
34:19Lake Wobegon Bike Trail
37:18Guy Noir
48:07GK Intro A. H. Callaway
49:00The Man I Love
52:24Too White to Sing the Blues
58:16Intermission
59:14Exactly Like You
102:32Welcome Back - Cafe Boeuf
104:55Greetings
108:50Autumn
110:49GK with A. H. Callaway
112:51I Gaze In Your Eyes
116:34Monologue
138:01Prelude to a Kiss
140:17GK Segue to Tannahill Weavers
142:07Highland Laddie
145:00GK Talk about Ann/Intro
147:11A. H. Callaway Improvisation at Piano
149:53Ketchup
152:51Jack Knife and the Sharps/Shake 'Em Up
155:35Applause-Final Credits
157:00Golden Slippers Play Off
158:16That's Our Show for Tonight!!

Guest Information
  • Ann Hampton Callaway
  • Tannahill Weavers
  • Kate MacKenzie
  • Scripts
  • Sound Effects Auditions
  • Lake Wobegon Bike Trail
  • Guy Noir
  • Cafe Boeuf
  • Beebopareebop Rhubarb Pie
  • Ketchup Advisory Board
  • Autumn [Poem]

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