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The Hayride Program 169

Artist l Song l Release l Label

1.The Wilders l “Going Across The Sea” l Spring A Leak l Free Dirt Records, 2007

2.The Deseret String Band l “Golden Slippers” l Land Of Milk And Honey l thedesereststringband, 1985

3.Lorrie Morgan l “Go Away” l To Get To You: Greatest Hits l BMG, 2000

4.The Thrift Store Cowboys l “Golden” l Nowere With You l thethriftstorecowboys, 2001

5.Geoff Muldaur And The Texas Sheiks l “The World Is Going Wrong” l Texas Sheiks l Roger Kasle, 2009

6.Cathy Fink l “Where The West Begins” l Doggone My Time l Community Music, 1984

7.Tom Russell l “Tulare Dust/They’re Tearing The Labor Camps Down” l Tulare Dust:  A Tribute To Merle Haggard l Hightone Records, 1994

8.Town Mountain l “Diggin’ On The Mountainside” Steady Operator l Pinecastle, 2011

9.Huckleberry Flint l “Whiskey Before Breakfast” l A Brief And True Report Concerning  Huckleberry Flint l huckleberryflint, 2005

10.Big Medicine l “The Waves On The Sea” l Pine To Pine l Yodel-Ay-Hee, 2009

11.The Macrae Sisters l “Rainbow Sign” l Old Sledge l Yodel-Ay-Hee, 2008

12.The Prairie Acre l “Little Rabbit” l Jaybird And The Sparrow Hawk l theprairieacre, 2007

13.Greg Brown l “King Corn” l Iowa Waltz l Red House Records, 1981

14.The Jim Kweskin Jug Band l “Chevrolet” l See Revers Side For Title l Vanguard, 1967

15.Norman Blake And Rich O’ Brien l “The Old Spinning Wheel” l Warehouse Tracks l Western Jubilee, 2007

16.Judy Collins l “Hello Hurray” l Who Knows Where The Time Goes l Elektra, 1968

17.The Wilders l “Oklahoma Run” l Spring A Leak l Free Dirt Records, 2007



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