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Audio Examples

Key for Letter Codes
I = Interview or Comments from performers/consultants
M = Musical Selection
C = Comments from hosts Jim Leary or Rick March
Track Code Description Length
    —Program—  
1 I Comments on Charles Square Smith: The Music Teacher 0:33
2 C Intro 0:20
3 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Windy's Schottische" 0:18
4 C/I Intro to and Interview of Kenneth Wendell "Windy" Whitford 1:13
5 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Barney McCoy" 2:32
6 C Transition and Intro to "Milwaukee Fire" 0:43
7 M Robert Walker: "Milwaukee Fire", followed by the Goose Island Ramblers: "Milwaukee Fire" 1:49
8 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Brother" 4:41
9 C Whitford's Repertoire 0:33
10 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Reierson's Two Step" (begins) 0:17
11 I Interview with Whitford 0:44
12 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Reierson's Two Step" (continues) 1:14
13 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Auction pa [sic] Strømmen's" (begins) 0:25
14 C/I Comments on Whitford and Norwegian Fiddlers; Whitford comments 0:48
15 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Auction pa [sic] Strømmen's" (continues) 0:48
16 C/I Origins of the name of the Goose Island Ramblers; Whitford comments 1:28
17 M Prairie Ramblers: "Shady Grove" 1:22
18 C Outro on Prairie Ramblers; Transition 0:19
19 C/I Intro to Salty; Whitford comments 1:46
20 C Intro to "I worked for a Farmer" 0:13
21 M Goose Island Ramblers: "I worked for a Farmer" 2:23
22 C/I Whitford's near national fame; Whitford comments 1:12
23 M Goose Island Ramblers: "My Blue Eyes Have Gone" (begins) 1:10
24 C End and Rebirth of the Goose Island Ramblers 0:17
25 C Outro & Credits 0:31
26 M Goose Island Ramblers: "My Blue Eyes Have Gone" (continues) 1:52
27 I Windy Whitford Interview 0:35
28 C Intro 0:13
29 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Oscar's Cannonball" 3:11
30 C/I Rebirth of the Goose Island Ramblers; Whitford comments 1:19
31 C Choosing a name for the new group 0:24
32 C/I Intro to George Gilbertsen; Gilbertsen Interview 1:05
33 C Intro to "On the Beach at Waunakee" 0:14
34 M Goose Island Ramblers: "On the Beach at Waunakee" 3:11
35 C/I Intro to Bruce Bollerud; Bollerud Interview on Roy Anderson 1:02
36 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Swiss Yodel Waltz" 2:44
37 C/I Intro to Whitford; Whitford comments on his style 0:56
38 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Going Back to the Hills" 2:20
39 C/I Playing at "Glen & Ann's" Bar; interview of George Gilbertse 1:05
40 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Norwegian War Chant" 0:35
41 C Goose Island Ramblers' Props 0:28
42 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Mountain Dew" (begins) 0:45
43 I Interview of Gilbertsen: Theft of the Jug 0:58
44 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Mountain Dew" (continues) 0:33
45 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Milwaukee Waltz" (begins) 1:18
46 I Interview of Bruce Bollerud: Comments on George Gilbertsen 0:20
47 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Milwaukee Waltz" (continues) 0:51
48 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Break Song" 0:31
49 C Intro to "Hurley Hop"  
50 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Hurley Hop" 2:22
51 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Francuszka Polka" (begins) 0:12
52 C Final comments on Goose Island Ramblers 0:13
53 C Outro & Credits 0:27
54 M Goose Island Ramblers: "Francuszka Polka" (continues) 1:05
55 M Goose Island Ramblers, "Paul Paa Haugen" 0:15
56 C Intro 0:15
57 C Intro to Bruce Bollerud 0:20
58 M Goose Island Ramblers, "Paul Paa Haugen" (continues) 1:10
59 I Bruce Bollerud Interview: Growing up on a Norwegian farm in WI 0:28
60 C/I Learning "Ole" song, Bollerud comments 0:40
61 M Goose Island Ramblers, "Ole Olson, the Hobo from Norway" 4:09
62 C/I More on the Goose Island Ramblers, Bollerud Interview 1:00
63 C/I Intro to "Mrs. Johnson, Turn Me Loose," Bollerud comments 1:12
64 M Goose Island Ramblers, "Mrs Johnson, Turn Me Loose" 3:40
65 M Goose Island Ramblers, "Black Mountain Rag" 1:29


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