August 20, 2011 // Show # 1303

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The U.S. Navy Band Southwest

Sean and Sara Watkins

This week on A Prairie Home Companion, a mix of shows from The San Diego Civic Theater including a rousing performance by The U.S. Navy Band Southwest, Sean and Sara Watkins with "I'm a Memory," and Guy Noir on the trail of a wayward seal trainer named Frank Fish. Plus, Jealryn Steele sings "Tell Mama," surf band The Duo-Tones play "Pipeline" and Cape Breton's Natalie MacMaster with "The Fairy Dance." In Lake Wobegon, Clint and Irene Bunsen "celebrate" 38 years of marriage at the Moonlight Bay Supper Club.

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  • Segment 1
    • 00:00:00 APHC Logo Open
    • 00:00:11 Tishomingo Blues
    • 00:00:55 GK Intro
    • 00:02:08 "Crossover," Sean and Sara Watkins (6/5/10)
    • 00:05:24 "Be There," Sean and Sara Watkins (2/26/11)
    • 00:09:04 SFX script (2/26/11)
    • 00:13:25 "Arthritis Blues (Going to San Diego)," GK and PD (2/26/11)
    • 00:15:59 "Crosley March," US Navy Band Southwest (2/26/11)
    • 00:19:48 Guy Noir script (2/26/11)
    • 00:28:30 "Tell Mama," Jearlyn Steele with Navy Band horns and Shoes, plus "You Got to Move," GK, Jearlyn, Sean and Sara Watkins (2/26/11)
    • 00:33:50 GK Powdermilk Intro
    • 00:34:28 Powdermilk Biscuit Break (11/22/03)
  • Segment 2
    • 00:38:14 "Mr. Moto," The Duo-Tones (11/22/03)
    • 00:40:21 Rhubarb script (11/22/03)
    • 00:47:37 Natalie MacMaster "Appropriate Dipstick" and "The Fairy Dance" (11/22/03)
    • 00:56:29 GK Intermission Credits
  • Segment 3
    • 01:01:19 GK Welcome Back
    • 01:01:37 "Pipeline" The Duo-Tones (11/22/03)
    • 01:04:38 Catchup script (11/22/03)
    • 01:07:12 "South by Southwest" PD and Shoes with Greg Leisz (11/22/03)
    • 01:10:00 GK Cowboys Intro
    • 01:10:15 Cowboys script (2/26/11)
    • 01:19:10 "Moonlight on the Pier," Rich Dworsky with Stephanie Robinson, trumpet (2/26/11)
    • 01:22:16 Minnesota script (2/26/11)
    • 01:26:40 "The National Emblem March," The U.S. Navy Band; GK talks with band (2/26/11)
    • 01:31:04 "The Black Horse Troop March," Navy Band with Fred Newman (2/26/11)
    • 01:34:17 GK Mono Intro
    • 01:34:27 "Friedrick," Sara and Sean Watkins and Richard Kriehn (2/26/11)
    • 01:38:05 "Japanese Bowls," Jearlyn Steele (2/26/11)
  • Segment 4
    • 01:40:29 News From Lake Wobegon (2/26/11)
  • Segment 5
    • 01:53:23 "The Rain Is Over and Gone," Jearlyn Steele and Rich Dworsky (2/26/11)
    • 01:56:40 GK Credits
    • 01:57:21 "High School Cadet's March," The U.S. Navy Band Southwest, plus band credits by GK

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