February 23, 2008|
This week on A Prairie Home Companion, we'll be broadcasting live from the McCown Gymnasium at Winona State University, located in the beautiful bluff country along the Mississippi River. With special guests, legendary blues pianist and singer Marcia Ball, plus the eclectic and electric Cajuns, BeauSoleil. Also with us, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors: Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and Tom Keith, The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band with Rich Dworsky, and the News from Lake Wobegon.
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|02:32||GK opens, talks about the beauty of Winona, taking the train, lunar eclipse, Oscars, intros BeauSoleil|
|04:17||"Bosco Stomp" - BeauSoleil|
|12:14||"Have You Ever Seen the Rain" , with Kathryn (Hauser) Slusher, WSU class of '96|
|19:14||"The Wreck of the Prairie Queen" - GK, Pat Donohue, Shoe band|
|22:42||The Lives of the Cowboys script|
|32:53||Powdermilk Biscuit Break|
|34:40||GK intros Simone Perrin|
|34:54||"Tú So Tú" - Simone Perrin and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band|
|41:08||"DaCoda Crossbow" - Shoe Band|
|42:33||Guy Noir script|
|52:36||GK intros Marcia Ball|
|53:17||"Where Do You Go?" - Marcia Ball Band|
|57:45||"Party Town" - Marcia Ball Band|
|1:02:18||Intermission - "Dr. Jazz"|
|1:06:00||Welcome Back, Winona history, greetings|
|1:10:30||GK talks to Michael Doucet, intros BeauSoleil|
|1:11:45||"Mardi Gras" - BeauSoleil|
|1:15:30||"Valse de BeauSoleil" - BeauSoleil|
|1:20:05||Winona history notes|
|1:24:40||GK talks to Simone Perrin|
|1:25:06||"Long Gone Lonesome Blues" - Simone Perrin and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band|
|1:28:32||GK talks about Watkins, into "The Watkins Man"- Pat Donohue and Shoes|
|1:30:57||The News from Lake Wobegon (Download MP3)|
|1:45:20||"Peace Love and Barbecue" - Marcia Ball Band|
|1:52:08||GK thanks the folks at WSU, credits|
|1:53:50||"It's You I Love"/ "Iko Iko closer" - Marcia Ball, BeauSoleil, Shoe Band|
Photos from the show|
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|Tim Russell and Sue Scott
||Simone Perrin performs, "Tú So Tú."
|Garrison delivers the News from Lake Wobegon.
||Marcia Ball on her keyboard.