Performers, Music Sources and Credits
Saturday, January 24, 2004
From Erie, Pennsylvania

Performers
Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott, Tim Russell The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band: Richard Dworsky, piano, keyboard; Cindy Cashdollar, steel guitar, dobro; Pat Donohue, guitar; Gary Raynor, bass; Arnie Kinsella, percussion

Guests
Leon Redbone, guitar and vocals
Spider John Koerner, guitar, harmonica, and vocals

Music
TISHOMINGO BLUES
—Garrison Keillor, The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Spencer Williams; new words: Garrison Keillor
—© 1917 Joseph W. Stern and Co.; © 1989 Garrison Keillor

BLUE BONNET RAG
—Cindy Cashdollar and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Leon McAuliffe
—© Bourne Co.

ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA (GARY, INDIANA)
—Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, Guy's All-Star Shoe Band (minus Cindy Cashdollar)
—w/m: Meredith Willson
—© Frank- Meredith Willson Music (ASCAP)

ERIE script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2004 Richard Dworsky

ST. JAMES INFIRMARY
—John Koerner, Richard Dworsky, Gary Raynor, Arnie Kinsella
—w/m: Joe Primrose, traditional
—rec.: "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Been" Red House 12

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
—John Koerner, Richard Dworsky, Gary Raynor, Arnie Kinsella
—w/m: Leadbelly, traditional
—rec.: "Raised By Humans" Red House 44

BUSH script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2004 Richard Dworsky

POWDERMILK BISCUIT THEME
—Garrison Keillor, Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Garrison Keillor
—© Garrison Keillor

CATHAL'S TWO-STEP
—Richard Dworsky and Arnie Kinsella
m: Richard Dworsky (BMI)
rec.: "So Near and Dear to Me" Prairie Home Productions 1002

GUY NOIR THEME
—Rich Dworsky, Gary Raynor, Arnie Kinsella
—w: Garrison Keillor/ Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 1995 Keillor/Dworsky

GUY NOIR script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2004 Richard Dworsky

LIVIN' THE BLUES
—Leon Redbone, Cindy Cashdollar, and Arnie Kinsella
—w/m: Bob Dylan
—© Bob Dylan
—rec.: "Red to Blue" Blue Thumb Records 549764

LAZY RIVER
—Leon Redbone, Cindy Cashdollar, and Arnie Kinsella
w/m: Sidney Arodin and Hoagy Carmichael
© Peermusic III Ltd.
rec.: "Up a Lazy River" Blue Thumb Records 549763

WHERE COULD I GO/ SHEEP SHEEP/ LIGHTHOUSE
—Garrison Keillor and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: traditional Gospel

SPEEDY (Intermission)
—Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—m: Pat Donohue
—© 2003 Pat Donohue

GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY
—Garrison Keillor and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Bob Dylan
—© Warner Brothers Music (ASCAP)

CATCHUP script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2004 Richard Dworsky

CATCHUP THEME
—Richard Dworsky, with Arnie Kinsella
—w: Garrison Keillor
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© Garrison Keillor and Richard Dworsky

PHOEBE
— John Koerner
—w/m: John Koerner
—© John Koerner
—rec.: "Stargeezer" Red House Records 84

CUCKOO
—John Koerner
—w/m: traditional

RATTLESNAKE
—John Koerner
—w/m: traditional
—rec.: "Stargeezer" Red House Records 84

LITTLE BROWN GAL
—Cindy Cashdollar and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Lee Wood, Johnny Noble, Don McDiarmid
—© 1935 Bourne Co.

ROLL ALONG KENTUCKY MOON
—Leon Redbone and Cindy Cashdollar
—w/m: Bill Haley
—© Southern Music
—rec.: "Sugar" Blue Thumb Records 549765

COFFEE script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2004 Richard Dworsky

COFFEE SONG
— Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—m: "Bananas", Kate MacKenzie
—w: Garrison Keillor
—© MacKenzie/ Keillor

GOODNIGHT LADIES closer
—Garrison Keillor and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: traditional

GOTTA TRAVEL ON closer
—Garrison Keillor and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band —w/m: traditional —New words: Garrison Keillor © Garrison Keillor



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