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Saturday Morning
Saturday October 19th, 2019 with Pat Moore
sets of 3 - I'm going to present a lot of sets of 3 songs from various artists. Sometimes it's nice to really get into a mood or a particular artist, and one song at a time makes it difficult to do that, so today - sets of 3. Hope you enjoy it.

I love to get you eased into the morning with some jazz, imaging that lucky you get to laze in bed with the radio on while the world slowly wakes up.... enjoy!
Let There Be Love
Annie Ross & Gerry Mulligan - 100+ Essential Jazz Ballads
I Only Have Eyes for You
Joe Williams - Everyday I Have the Blues
It's a Low Down Dirty Shame
Joe Williams & Count Basie Orchestra - Everyday I Have the Blues
Stardust
Dinah Washington - 100+ Essential Jazz Ballads
Trust In Me
Etta James - 100+ Essential Jazz Ballads
Mack the Knife
Ella Fitzgerald - 100+ Essential Jazz Ballads
I'm Sorry
Brenda Lee - 100+ Essential Jazz Ballads
The Way You Look Tonight
Sammy Davis Jr. - 100+ Essential Jazz Ballads
Young at Heart
Bing Crosby - 100+ Essential Jazz Ballads
next set - "sets of 3"
Old Man River
Jim Croce - 50th Anniversary Collection
One Less Set of Footsteps
Jim Croce - 50th Anniversary Collection
I'll have to Say I Love You in a Song
Jim Croce - 50th Anniversary Collection
Great Day in the Morning
Claire Lynch - Crazy Train
Widows Weeds
Claire Lynch - Crazy Train
Barbed Wire Boys
Claire Lynch - Crazy Train
Cold Front
the LYNNe's - Heartbreak Songs for the Radio Canadian
Cost So Much
the LYNNe's - Heartbreak Songs for the Radio Canadian
Heavy Lifting
the LYNNe's - Heartbreak Songs for the Radio Canadian
I Am the Blues
Rob Lutes - Walk in the Dark Canadian
Whistling Past the Graveyard
Rob Lutes - Walk in the Dark Canadian
Better Past
Rob Lutes - Walk in the Dark Canadian
He's a Good Dog
Fred Eaglesmith & The Flying Squirrels - Ralph's Last Show Canadian
You're Spookin' the Horses
Fred Eaglesmith & The Flying Squirrels - Ralph's Last Show Canadian
49 Tons
Fred Eaglesmith & The Flying Squirrels - Ralph's Last Show Canadian
A Day Called Summer
Kate Weeks - Taken By Surprise Canadian
Johnny
Kate Weeks - Taken By Surprise Canadian
Great Expectations
Kate Weeks - Taken By Surprise Canadian
Walkin' Man
Guy Clark - Workbench Songs
Magdalene
Guy Clark - Workbench Songs
Tornado in Texas
Guy Clark - Workbench Songs
Right on Cue
Al Wood & the Woodsmmen - Right on Cue Canadian
Find me a River
Al Wood & the Woodsmmen - Right on Cue Canadian
Homebound Blues Again
Al Wood & the Woodsmmen - Right on Cue Canadian
Why Do We Treat Love Like That
Rick Fines - Driving Home Canadian
When the Rain Ends
Rick Fines - Driving Home Canadian
Long Gone
Rick Fines - Driving Home Canadian
Hey Little Bird
The New Customs - Selling Religion on Government Street Canadian New
Never Tire of the Road
The New Customs - Selling Religion on Government Street Canadian New
Helicopters & Bombardiers
The New Customs - Selling Religion on Government Street Canadian New
...finishing the show with some "one off's" Hope you enjoyed the sets of 3. Listener Judy McEwan said "3 songs by each artist, just the right “chew”! "
The L & N Don't Stop Here Anymore
Laura Repo - Get Yourself Home Canadian
Never Forget to Boogie
Jesse Winchester - A Reasonable Amount of Trouble
Higher Ground
Dione Taylor - Born Free Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Dick Altavista
Sounding mighty fine!

7:12 AM, October 19th, 2019
Pat Moore (host)
Thanks Dick!

7:12 AM, October 19th, 2019
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi Pat, The Jim Croce songs sure bring back some great memories for me! When I was growing up, they were all over the radio. Great show as always.

7:50 AM, October 19th, 2019
Shelley Ann Morris
No lazing in bed here, haha. I'm up and doing chores on a Saturday morning. Hooray for the Mighty 93--the perfect soundtrack for housework.

7:52 AM, October 19th, 2019
Pat Moore (host)
Hi Shelley Ann! thanks for tuning in. Happy choring. :) (is that a word?)

8:07 AM, October 19th, 2019
Terry Brewer
Good morning! Loving the show, as always. Funny little story... One night John & I were at a circle jam in Spencerville, and met a lovely couple. When it was our turn to lead a few tunes, we happened to have an Eaglesmith tune among our choices. This fellow we'd just met, Ralph, was on the bass and MAN! could he play! Turns out he was THE Ralph. His wife told me that that very night was Fred's first show without Ralph, and Ralph was feeling the tug. It made his day that someone pulled out some Eaglesmith on that modest little stage in Spencerville. :)

8:51 AM, October 19th, 2019
joe fan
Great as always! The Eagle made me appreciate Murphy's work too! Hi Murphy! Thanks for the work.

8:54 AM, October 19th, 2019
Pat Moore (host)
Hey Terry - thanks for reminding me of the story. :) Hey joe fan - thanks!!

8:57 AM, October 19th, 2019
Gord Peeling
Great show Pat

9:50 AM, October 19th, 2019
Benoît
Michelle Shocked did the L&N, a long time ago... (And good morning!)

9:54 AM, October 19th, 2019