Scratchy Vinyl October (whoa!) 1 , 2011

A Beautiful Morning in the Dale!  This week has had some of the nicest days southern Illinois has seen since spring!  First day of October, the leaves are starting to change into the various warm hues of reds and orange, the hunters are preparing for their season, and the days are shrinking along.  Remember to keep track of all the festivals happening around southern Illinois this month, and be sure to get out and enjoy one of the best times of year to get out and go into the Shawnee (when the biters start to ebb, the poisin ivy turns bright red,  and our snakes crawl off to bed…)
And don’t forget to stop at the farmers market this month! All the beautiful apples and sweet potatos, squash and fall greens, and great people of course, are winding down for the year… Don’t Miss IT!

You May Be Right, Billy Joel
Reason to Believe,  Rod Stewert
Back on the Street Again,  James Taylor
Operator,  Jim Croce
Yes, We Have No Bananas,  Spike Jones and His City Slickers
Akiwowo (Chant to the Trainman), Oloatunji and Drums of Passion
Under African Skies,  Paul Simon
Whispering,  Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra
It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie,  Fats Waller
Bouquet of Roses, Eddy Arnold
I A’int Got Nobody,  Louis Armstrong
Cheatin’ On Me, Jimmie Lunceford
Them There Eyes, Billie Holiday
Memories of You,  Glen Gray
Forty Cups of Coffee,  Les Brown and his Band Of Renown
Wrappin’ It Up, Benny Goodman
Dark Eyes, Eddie Condon and the Dixieland All-Stars
Couple dance from Cojocna, Ring Dance, Gypsy Music for Table, Maretake Ciuori,  Musical Treasures of Rumania
Everybody Eats When They Come To My House, Cab Calloway
I Want a Butter and Egg Man,  Louis Armstrong
On the Sunny Side of the Street,  Keely Smith
Headaches, Allan Sherman
Dang Me,  Roger Miller
Old Folks,  Flatt and Scruggs
Lonesome, On’ry, and Mean, Waylon Jennings
A Wound Time Cant Erase, Johnny Cash
The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane, The Ames Brothers
Getting Something out of Life,  Billie Holiday
Day-O,  Harry Belefonte

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