Performers, Music Sources and Credits
Saturday January 24, 2009
Live from the DECC Auditorium, Duluth, MN


Performers
Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, Tom Keith
The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band:
The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band: Richard Dworsky, Music Director, piano, keyboard, organ; Joe Savage, steel guitar, dobro, harmonica; Pat Donohue, guitar; Gary Raynor, bass; and Peter Johnson, percussion


Guests
•Heather Masse, vocals
•Joe Ely, guitar and vocals; with Joel Guzman, accordion

Music
TISHOMINGO BLUES
—Garrison Keillor and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Spencer Williams; new words: Garrison Keillor
—© 1917 Joseph W. Stern and Co.; © 1989/ 2009 Maia Maia Music

YOU'RE THE TOP (OBAMA)
—Garrison Keillor and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Cole Porter © WB Music Corp.
—new words: Garrison Keillor © 2009 Maia Maia Music (BMI)

DON'T THINK TWICE IT'S ALRIGHT
—Pat Donohue and Joe Savage
—w/m: Bob Dylan
—© Special Rider Music

THE LIVES OF THE COWBOYS THEME (WESTERN THEME)
—The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—m: Pat Donohue and Richard Dworsky
—© 1994 Salspot Music (BMI)
—© 1994 Richard Dworsky (BMI)

COWBOYS song (in "Cowboys" script)
—Garrison Keillor, Pat Donohue, Sue Scott, Richard Dworsky, Tom Keith and Richard Dworsky
—m: "Kentucky", Carl Davis, © Warner Brothers Music
—w: Garrison Keillor
—© 2009 Maia Maia Music (BMI)

COWBOYS script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2009 Richard Dworsky (BMI)

FROZEN BLUES
—Pat Donohue and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Pat Donohue
—© 2009 Salspot Music (BMI)

ELCA script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2009 Richard Dworsky (BMI)

BLUE SKIRT WALTZ
—Garrison Keillor, Heather Masse and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band with Joel Guzman
—Original w/m: Mitchell Parish and Vaclav Blaha © EMI Mills Music Inc.
—New words: Garrison Keillor © 2009 Maia Maia Music (BMI)

POWDERMILK BISCUIT THEME
—Garrison Keillor and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Garrison Keillor
—© Maia Maia Music (BMI)

GUY NOIR THEME
—The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w: Garrison Keillor and Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 1995 Maia Maia Music (BMI)
—© 1995 Richard Dworsky (BMI)

GUY NOIR script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2009 Richard Dworsky

DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE (in "Guy Noir script")
—Heather Masse, Tim Russell and Richard Dworsky
—w/m: Duke Ellington and Bob Russell © Sony/ATV Harmony/ Harrison Music Corp.
—new words: Garrison Keillor © 2009 Maia Maia Music (BMI)

HOMELAND REFUGEE
—Joe Ely and Joel Guzman
—w/m: Joe Ely/Butch Hancock/Jimmie Dale Gilmore
—© Joe Ely/Butch Hancock/Jimmie Dale Gilmore

HARD LIVIN' (I WISH HARD LIVIN' DIDN'T COME SO EASY TO ME)
—Joe Ely and Joel Guzman with the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: David Halley
—© EMI April Music

HAMMIN' IT UP (intermission)
—The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Norman Hamlet
—© Sony/ATV Tree Publishing

MORNING HAS BROKEN
—Garrison Keillor, Heather Masse and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—Original w/m: Eleanor Farjeon, traditional Gaelic
—New words: Garrison Keillor © 2009 Maia Maia Music (BMI)

TOMORROW IS A LONG TIME
—Joe Ely and Pat Donohue
—w/m: Bob Dylan
—© Special Rider Music

BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC/ I SHALL BE RELEASED MEDLEY/ WADE IN THE WATER
—Garrison Keillor, Heather Masse and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Howe/ Dylan/ traditional
—© Howe/ Dylan

LA PIEDRARA
—Joel Guzman and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: traditional

WISHING FOR A RAINBOW
—Joe Ely, Joel Guzman and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Joe Ely/Butch Hancock/Jimmie Dale Gilmore
—© Joe Ely/Butch Hancock/Jimmie Dale Gilmore

MITTENS
—Heather Masse and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Heather Masse
—© Heather Masse (BMI)

WEREWOLF script underscore
—Richard Dworsky
—m: Richard Dworsky
—© 2009 Richard Dworsky

RED RIVER VALLEY
—Garrison Keillor, Heather Masse, Joe Ely, Joel Guzman and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: traditional

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