The Moonshine Show playlist for 12/02/2012

Katrina Kostro
Artist Title Album Label Link
The Nashville Bluegrass Band Goodnight the Lord is Coming To Be His Child
Team Flathead Bugle Call Rag The Huber Banjos Sessions
The Nashville Bluegrass Band Old Satan To Be His Child
Hazel Dickens and Ginny Hawker Old River O Sister! The Women's Bluegrass Collection
Team Flathead Red River Valley The Huber Banjos Sessions
The Church Brothers A Sweeter Love than Yours I'll Never Know; An Angel with Blue Eyes The Early Days of Bluegrass, Vol 8
Hazel Dickens I Can't Find Your Love Anymore
Bill Monroe Heel and Toe Polka Uncle Pen
Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys Blue Moon of Kentucky; Bluegrass Stomp The Classic Bluegrass Recordings, Vol 2
Team Flathead Sourwood Mountain
Buck White and the Down Home Folks Lonesome Wind Blues; Broken Dreams
Laurie Lewis Blow, Big Wind
Grandpa Jones with Ramona & Brown's Ferry Four Sweet Dreams of Kentucky The Grandpa Jones Story
Flatt and Scruggs We Can't Be Darlings Anymore; Don't Get Above Your Raisin'; Foggy Mountain Special Don't Get Above Your Raisin'
Earl, Gary and Randy Scruggs ft. Joan Baez My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains; Love is Just a Four-Letter Word Earl Scruggs Performing with his Family and Friends
The Johnson Mountain Boys Let the Whole World Talk Let the Whole World Talk
The Osborne Brothers Wreck of the Old 97 Some Things I Want to Sing About
The Cox Family Pardon Me
Joe Val and the New England Bluegrass Boys Not a Word from Home; 40 to 65 Not a Word from Home
The Bluegrass Cardinals Mississippi River Man Welcome to Virginia
Phyllis Boyens The Last Old Shovel O Sister! The Women's Bluegrass Collection
John Hartford Take Me Back to my Mississippi River Home Gum Tree Canoe
Doc Watson Blue Ridge Mountain Blues The Essential Doc Watson, Vol 2
Doc and Merle Watson Mississippi River Blues Pickin' the Blues
Sam Bush Ozzie and Max; Song for Roy (ft. Emmylou Harris) Howlin' at the Moon
Stevens Sisters Blue
Chris Thile Watch at Breakdown How to Grow A Woman From the Ground

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