March 10, 2012 // Show # 1332

Spring Succotash

Emmylou Harris

This week on A Prairie Home Companion a colorful mix of two shows we did from the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee with Emmylou Harris and Sara Watkins as diner waitresses in an episode of The Lives of the Cowboys, Fred Newman as teenage heartthrob Justin LaFever, dueling fiddlers Sam Bush and Stuart Duncan, and the now (newly) Grammy-award winning Civil Wars sing "Barton Hollow." Plus, The Dave Rawlings Machine, and signs of spring in Lake Wobegon.

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  • Segment 1
    • 00:00:00 APHC Logo Open
    • 00:00:11 Tishomingo Blues
    • 00:00:53 GK Intro
    • 00:01:57 "Diamond Joe," Sam Bush (3/26/11)
    • 00:06:09 The Lives of the Cowboys with Emmylou Harris and Sara Watkins (3/26/11)
    • 00:18:10 GK talks about Nashville (3/26/11)
    • 00:20:12 "Tomorrow Is Forever," GK, Sara Watkins and Shoes (3/26/11)
    • 00:23:41 "Darling Kate," Emmylou Harris (3/26/11)
    • 00:27:00 "Take Your Burden to the Lord," GK, Sara Watkins, Emmylou Harris (3/26/11)
    • 00:30:59 Powdermilk Biscuit Break (3/26/11)
  • Segment 2
    • 00:32:32 GK Intro Civil Wars
    • 00:34:16 "Barton Hollow" and "From this Valley," The Civil Wars (3/26/11)
    • 00:42:14 "Railroad Blues," Pat Donohue, Sam Bush, Stuart Duncan and Shoes (3/26/11)
    • 00:46:15 Guy Noir script (4/10/10)
    • 00:57:29 "It's Too Easy," The Dave Rawlings Machine (4/10/10)
    • 01:00:27 GK Intermission Credits ("Cincinnati Rag," Shoes, 3/26/11)
  • Segment 3
    • 01:05:54 GK Welcome Back (3/26/11)
    • 01:06:04 SFX script (3/26/11)
    • 01:11:27 "Fiddlers Medley," Sara Watkins, Stuart Duncan, Sam Bush and Shoes (3/26/11)
    • 01:15:49 "The Price," Sara Watkins (3/26/11)
  • Segment 4
    • 01:19:59 News From Lake Wobegon (3/26/11)
  • Segment 5
    • 01:30:53 "Poison and Wine," The Civil Wars (3/26/11)
    • 01:35:02 Bertha's Kitty Boutique script (4/10/10)
    • 01:38:44 "Old Five and Dimers," and "If I Be Lifted Up," Emmylou Harris (3/26/11)
    • 01:45:54 Catchup script (4/10/10)
    • 01:50:16 "To Be Young," The Dave Rawlings Machine (4/10/10)
    • 01:54:04 GK Credits
    • 01:55:12 "The Bells of Harlem," The Dave Rawlings Machine (4/10/10)

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