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Music for the Mountain is a weekly bluegrass radio program featuring that hard-driving bluegrass sound, with classic and new tunes running the gamut from Bill Monroe to Sierra Hull.
The program is posted here in two sections for broadcasters to insert breaks for station identification, etc. Please be careful to add enough additional material as the length of the segments will vary from week to week.
(Intro - Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys - Watermelon Hanging On The Vine / Roanoke - Off The Record, Vol. 1: Live Recordings, 1956-1969 - Smithsonian Folkways)
DOYLE LAWSON & QUICKSILVER - It's done - Open Carefully, Message Inside - Mountain Home
THE RAILSPLITTERS - Jackson Town - The Railsplitters - Self
THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN - Handsome Molly - Folk Songs and Bluegrass - Smithsonian Folkways
ALISON KRAUSS & UNION STATION - Dust Bowl Children - Paper Airplane - Rounder
MARK NEWTON & STEVE THOMAS - If It Aint' Love - Reborn - Pinecastle
FRONT RANGE - I've Always Been A Rambler - Back To Red River - Sugar Hill
(Ralph Stanley ID for Music for the Mountain)
RALPH STANLEY - A Little Boy Called Joe - Something Old, Something New - Rebel
TIM STAFFORD - It Ain't The Mountain - Just To Hear The Whistle Blow - Self
(Terry Baucom IBMA World of Bluegrass promo)
TERRY BAUCOM - Good Time Mountain Man - In A Groove - Dualtone
JOHN HARTFORD - Yellow Barber - The Speed Of The Old Long Bow - Rounder
FRANK WAKEFIELD - Sleepy Eyed John - That Was Now...This Is Then - Rosewood
BYRON BERLINE (with Bill Monroe & Earl Scruggs) - Sally Goodin - Fiddle And A Song - Sugar Hill
THE TONY RICE UNIT - Gold Rush - Unit Of Measure - Rounder
CONSTANT CHANGE - Rambler - Evolving - Blue Circle
DAVE ADKINS - Put Some Grass In It - Nothing To Lose - Mountain Fever
(Outro - Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys - Y'all Come - Off The Record, Vol. 1: Live Recordings, 1956-1969 - Smithsonian Folkways)