Brother Theodore

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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Steve Post limps to the finish line in this the last of a limited series of The NO SHOW, dedicated to the life and art of Brother Theodore Gottlieb. Joining Steve is Jeff Sumerel, the producer of the Brother Theodore documentary film: "To My Great Chagrin."

Steve also pays fleeting tribute to the advent of Passover and inducts Delaney Bramlett into the Musical Necropolis. The NO SHOW returns to the air Saturday, June 6. Don't hold your breath.


THEME: "How Long Blues" – Jimmy Yancey, piano "The Panics On" – Jimmy McCracklin "They Tried To Kill Us" (We Survived, Let's Eat) - Sean Altman & Jewmongous "My Name is Death" – Incredible String Band "O Death" – Ralph Stanley "Change Gonna Come" – Delaney Bramlett "Lost Highway" – Jerry Lee Lewis featuring Delaney Bramlett "Groupie" - Delaney & Bonnie & Friends "Never Ending Song of Love" - Delaney & Bonnie & Friends

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