Tag Archives: Bob Dylan

Going North from Nashville Celebrates The Beatles! Monday 17th June, 10-11pm

Featuring a host of Beatle’s covers & Beatle related songs, Going North from Nashville celebrates the band, 50 years after they shot to international fame!

The  Handsome Family & The Rivet Gang: Eleanor Rigby

Tony Sheridan & the Beatles: Sweet Georgia Brown

CW Stoneking: Maggie Mae

Lizzie Nunery: Company of Ghosts

Sonnenberg: Mersey Moon

Bob Dylan: Fourth Time Around

Thea Gilmour: I Want to Tell You

George Harrison: All Those Years Ago

Paul Mc Cartney: The Song We Were Singing

The Beatles: Octopus’s Garden

 A Girl Called Eddy : Julia

 Sarabeth Tucek : Goodnight

Luke Powers: Cover Song ( for Sgt Pepper)

Bob Dylan: Roll On John

A Canadian focus on Going North from Nashville – Monday 20th May, 10-11pm

Join John & Sue for a  great selection of music from Canadian artists, old & new………..(plus a Dylan track – well, Minnesota is quite near to Canada!)

Arcade Fire: Keep the Car Running

The Band: In a Station

Ronnie Hawkins: Who Do You Love

Sarah Harmer: Phoenix

Neil Young: Helpless

Wailin’ Jennys: Old Man

Leonard Cohen: Suzanne

Blood Meridian: Most Days

Great Lake Swimmers: Your Rocky Spine

Joni Mitchell: Case of You

Cowboy Junkies: Two Soldiers

Bob Dylan: Canadee-i-o 

Howie Beck: Don’t Be Afraid

Bruce Cockburn: Call me Rose

Going North from Nashville celebrates 50 years of the Beatles! Monday 25th February,10-11pm.

Featuring a host of Beatle’s covers & Beatle related songs, Going North from Nashville celebrates the band, 50 years after they shot to international fame!

 1. Handsome Family & the Rivet Gang: Eleanor Rigby

2.Tony Sheridan & the Beatles: Sweet Georgia Brown

3.CW Stoneking: Maggie Mae

4.Lizzie Nunery: Company of Ghosts

5.Sonnenberg: Mersey Moon

6.Bob Dylan: Fourth Time Around

7.Thea Gilmour: I Want to Tell You

8.George Harrison: All Those Years Ago

9.Paul Mc Cartney: The Song We Were Singing

10.The Beatles: Octopus’s Garden

11.  A Girl Called Eddy : Julia

12. Sarabeth Tucek : Goodnight

13.Luke Powers: Cover Song ( for Sgt Pepper)

14.Bob Dylan: Roll On John

Going North from Nashville’s Annual Valentine’ Bash, Songs of Love & Hate – Monday 11th February, 10-11pm.

Whether or not you’ll be celebrating Valentine’s day this week, Jonh & Sue hare som e excellent music for you.

Chuck Prophet: Hot Talk

Theo Gilmour: I Want to tell You

Dylan Le Blanc : Emma Hartly

Bon Ivor: For Emma Forever  Ago

M Ward, Conner Oberst & Jim James :Girl from the North Country

Josh Ritter : The Curse

Jim Clements & the Right to Die : Coming Up Roses

Lucinda Williams :  Steal Your Love

Leonard Cohen : Dance Me to the End of Love

Robert Plant & the Band of Joy : Cindy, I’ll Marry You Someday

Neil Young : Only Love Can Break Your Heart

Sonnenberg : Another Mile

Blue Roses : Does Anyone Love Me Now?

The National : Conversation16

Going North from Nashville’s Best of 2012! Monday 14th January, 10-11pm!

Before 2013 gets much older we take a look at our favourite releases from last year – a playlist not to miss! 

1. Sheerwater: Breaking the Yearlings from the album Animal Joy

2. The Moulettes: Sing Unto Me – first single from debut album The Bear’s Revenge

3. Simon Felice: You & I Belong from eponymous solo outing

4. Tom Waites: New Year’s Eve – as featured on 2011’s Bad As Me

5. Angus Stone: Bird on the Buffalo- Angus goes solo with his album Wooden Chair

6. Husky: History’s Door from Forever So

7.Wooden Sky: Take Me Out from the wonderfully titled Every Child a Daughter, Every Moon as Son.

8. Fossil Collective: Let it Go – title track from this Leeds band’s execellent debut EP

9. Fran Smith: Take These Bones – found on Fran’s eponymous EP

10. The Welcome Waggon: I Know that My Redeemer Lives from – Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices – another amazing album title!

11. Bob Dylan: Duquesne Whistle – single from Tempest, Bob’s 35th studio album!

12. Leonard Cohen: Banjo – from highly the acclaimed Old Ideas

13. My Darling Clematine: Going Back to Memphis- to be found on How Do You Plead

14. Jack White: Blunderbus – title track from his 2012 release.

A Going North fom Nashville pick n’ mix – the best of recently music – Monday 19th November – 10-11pm.

1.Lucinda Williams : Buttercup – Lucinda is currently touring her 2011 studio album, Blessed……….next, a of couple of singles from recently released albums…………..

2.The Wooden Sky: Take Me Out –  from Every Child a Daughter, Every Moon a Sun

3.The Late Call:Look at You Now – from Pale Morning Light

4.Benjamin Frances Leftwitch: Pictures – title track of his 2011 EP………..followed by two more artists with a Yorkshire connection………..

5.Fran Smith: We Will Have No More Marriages – from eponymous 2012 album

6.Mickie Lavender: Wild Flowers from When the Nightingale Calls (a shout to the Wednesday Open Mic at the Victoria Public House, Leeds!)

7. Bob Dylan:Long & Wasted Years – haunting track from new studio album, Tempest………. next, two more singles…………

8. Blue Flint: Take Your Shoes Off – from 2011’s Maudy Tree

9.Correatown: Shine Right Through – from Pleides……………….. now, the return of a GNfN favourite…………

10. Ryan Adams:Kindness – from 2011’s Ashes & Fire

11.Rachel Semanni:Waltz – from Under Mountains, released 2010

12.The Moulettes:Uca’s Dance – single from debut album The Bear’s Revenge……….followed by the welcome return of………….

113.Diana Derby: Buttercup  – from her new album – IV ………… neatly tying in with our first track!

New Sounds on Going North from Nashville: Monday 8th October, 10-11pm

John & Sue play a selection of the best in Alt Country & Americana from recent months.

Patterson Hood: Fifteen Days(Leaving Time Again), from Heat Lightening Rumbles in the Distance………solo outing for Drive By Truckers main man

The Moonbeams: Where are you now Juanita. Yorkshire Dales based country, from their album, Sparrowhawk’s Eye

Calexico: Splitter, from new album Algeirs

Rebecca Worthley: A Thousand Lights. Not new but new to GNfN, from 2008’s Morning Comes to Those Who Wait

Fossil Collective: Guaratuba from Leeds based band’s debut Ep Let it Go

Luke Ritchie: Cover it Up. Another debut - from The Waters Edge album

Bob Dylan: Roll on John. First GNfN taster of  new album, Tempest

Race Horses: Nobody’s Son from Furniture

The Hayley Sisters: I’ll be Your San Antone Rose. Not new but local – from the Silsden sisters’ 2006 album, No Bounderies

Jack White: Love Interuption, from much acclaimed solo offering, Blunderbuss

Donovan Woods: No Time Has Passed from the Widow Maker

Chris Robinson Brotherhood: Someday Past the Sunset. Second 2012 album for Black Crows singer - The Magic Door

A Scintillating (there’s a big word for a Monday night!) Programme of New Music on Going North from Nashville – Monday 18th June, 10-11pm

Lots of great new stuff on GNfN tonight:

Tom Waits: Chicago - from his latest album, Bad as Me……..this veteran is definatley back on form.

Simone Felice: You & I Belong -  rousing track from first, eponymously named, solo album - with a little bit of help from Mumford & Sons, as had………

The Moulettes: Sing Unto Me – one of many excellent songs from Bear’s Revenge…………..followed by two singles…..

Liz Green: Bad Medicine

Tiny Ruins: Little Notes……………then, another album track that hits the spot………

Husky: Tidal Wave from Forever So………..great debut album from this Ozzy band.

Gillian Welch: Scarlet Town from her last album, The Harrow & the Harvest

Bon Iver: Perth from his eponymous, 2nd album, beautiful sound!

Pete Seeger with the Rivertown Kids: Forever Young - great 90+ year old’s contibution to Dylan covers album, Chimes of Freedom ( guess he forgave him for Newport 1965!)

Wilful Missing: Caught Between Seasons from Molehills out of Mountains – lovely………..catch them live at a venue near you!

Rachel Sermanni: Eggshells

Paul Curreri: Poor Little Motorbike

Ryan Adams: Ashes & Fire – title track from his last album – a return to the understated beauty of his early solo work.

Beth Jeans Houghton & the Hooves of Destiny: Dodecahedron

Take a break from the Jubilee – listen to an hour of Murder Ballads with John & Sue! Going North from Nashville – Monday 4th June 10-11pm.

A GNfN  focus on the Murder Ballad in Americana music – a genre to be found in all forms of roots music & very much present in Americana.

We get off to a lively start with the Boss…………….

Bruce Springsteen & the Seeger Sessions Band, live in Dublin Pete Seeger’s tale of Jesse James  -sort of USA Robin Hood!

Two iconic songs from the pen of Bob Dylan…………….

The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll was performed by Cage the Elephant & can be found on ‘Chimes of Freedom’ a compilation of Dylan covers, released in honour of 50 years of the work of Amnesty International………..

The sinister Tweeter the Monkey Man, was a Dylan contribution to Travelling Willburys Vol 1

 Mr Lovealie from Blueflint’s 2011 album, Maudy Tree -  character you wouldn’t want to meet on a dark night…………

Minus 5 introduced is to the Lurking Barrister, someone you wouldn’t want represent you if you were on a murder charge! It’s from their  Killingsworth album ( appropriate title…..) , also released in 2009 & with input from Decemberist, John Moen…………

Decemberists with a terrible tale of infanticide, The Rake’s Song, from their 2009 album The Hazards of Love

Simone Felice’s’ Ballad of Sharon Tate’ – from his 2012, self- titled, debut solo album.

 Now a couple of women who have no regrets…………..

Gillian Welch’s story of the timely death of Caleb Meyer from Hell Among the Yearlings, released in 1998……….

Or,the Whale’s murderous tale of Terrible Pain, to be found on their , self- titled second album from 2011.

Josh Ritter’s take on mayhem & murder – Folk Bloodbath – from 2010’s  So Runs the World Away.

 The Handsome Family’s tale of multiple murder After we Shot the Grozzley, from their Last Days of Wonder album was followed by……

 The eerie The Bottom Feeders, to be found on When the Saints Go from Jim Clements & the Right to Die

 Ray La Montagne, with Narrow Escape from his aptly named album of 2004, Trouble

 We end back where we started, with a classic tale of the untimely end of a good hearted outlaw from another founding father of American folk.

Woody Guthrie’s song, Pretty Boy Floydd, as performed by the Byrds, on their seminal album of Americana – Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Happy Birthday Bob Revisited! Going North from Nashville, Monday 21st May , 10-11pm

In this his 71st birthday week we revisit our celebration of Bob Dylan’s 70th.

He’s been cited as influencing just about everyone we’ve ever interviewed for Going North from Nashville. His music refuses to be limited to any one genre, but reaches across all types of Americana & has done so for the past 50 years. Including listeners’ requests from Bob Dylan’s extensive ‘back pages’, the programme is an excellent & varied ‘snap shot’ of Dylan’s 50 year career.

Jolene: Together Through Life

Like A Rolling Stone: Drive By Truckers version

Not Dark Yet : Time Out Of Mind

Talking Bear Picnic Massacre Blues : Witmark demos

I Belive in You: Ceris Matthews version

Every Grain of Sand : Emmylou Harris version

Blind Willie McTell: Bootleg Series 1-3

Tweeter & the Monkey Man: Travelling Wibury’s 1

Si Tu Dois Partir: Fairport Convention

 You Ain’t Goin Nowhere: The Byrds

Make You Feel My Love: Time Out Of Mind

Something there is About You:  Planet Waves

Diamonds & Rust: Joan Baez