#454 – January 2, 2013 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org
90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The Rausch Haus Radio Show

Special Guest Producers & Guest Co-Hosts: Kasey Rausch & Kim Rausch McLaws

10:01 – Kasey & Kim talked about the Ford / Felts / Rausch / Delp Families

On their Mother’s Side

Great-Grandpa Riley Ford – He played the fiddle. He played at Parkville and Platte County barn dances regularly. Kasey now plays his 100+ year old fiddle.

Grandma Waunita Ford Felts (Riley’s daughter) – She played the piano & organ. She played at the USO dances, during the war.

Grandpa Ed Felts (Husband of Waunita) – He played the trombone. He played in his high school and in the US Army Band.

On their Father’s Side

Great-Grandpa Arley Delp – He played the banjo, and his sisters played guitar.

Grandma Vernice Delp Rausch (Arley’s daughter) – She played the trombone, piano, ukulele, and auto harp. She was a vocalist who led the chorus group, The Momettes.

10:10 – Music by Vernice Delp Rausch

1. Momettes – “Candy Man”
from: Home Recording on Cassette / Momettes with St. James Lutheran Choir / May 17, 1975

10:13 – Kasey & Kim talked about Grandpa Dean Rausch

2. Dean Rausch – “Dark Eyes”
from: Home Recording on Cassette
[Old Russian melody made popular in English speaking world by big band arrangements in the 1940s. Thank you to Gib Shell for information.]

3. Dean Rausch – “Dancing” (Unknown Title)
from: Home Recording on Cassette

4. Dean Rausch – “Malaguena”
from: Home Recording on Cassette
[Written by Ernesto Lecuona. Recorded by Chet Atkins in 1956. Thank you to Gib Shell for information.]

10:20 – Kasey & Kim talked about mountain dulcimers, building with Pop

5. Dean & Brad Rausch – “Unknown title”
from: Home Cassette Recordings / Jan. 1, 1983
[Dean Rausch on mountain dulcimer & Brad Rausch on mandolin]

10:24 – Underwriting

10:25 –Kasey & Kim talked about the 70’s & 80’s Rausch Haus

6. Dean Rausch – “My Mama Was a Cotton Picker”
from: Terry’s Home Recording on Cassette / Feb. 2, 1974
[Featuring Lou Botteberg on mandolin]

10:29 – Kasey & Kim talked about the Seven Rausch Sons of Dean and Vernice (This is Kim & Kasey’s Father’s generation)

7. Terry Rausch, Brad Rausch, Ronnie Abner – “Some of Shelley’s Blues”
from: Terry’s Home Recording on Cassette

8. Terry Rausch, Brad Rausch, Ronnie Abner – “Helplessly Hoping”
from: Terry’s Home Recording on Cassette

10:38 – Kasey & Kim & Dean talked about Greg Rausch, (Kim & Kasey’s Dad)

9. Greg Rausch – “Give Me All Your Money, Honey”
from: Home Recording on Cassette

10:41 – Kasey & Kim Introduced their Uncle Kent Rausch

10. Kent Rausch – “I’ve Known You for a Couple Months”
from: Home Recordings on Cassette

11. Kent Rausch – “Humphrey’s Access”
from: New recording from Kent who wrote and recorded all tracks

10:51 – Kasey & Kim talked about Rausch Bros & Winfield family, and Uncle Larry Ford & Uncle Terry Rausch

12. Bottom Dollar Band (w/Larry Ford & Terry Rausch) – “Truck Drivin’ Man”
from: The Bottom Dollar Band / Independent

11:00 – Station Identification

11:00 – Kasey & Kim talked about their mom, Linda Felts Rausch

13. Linda Rausch (with Kim & Kasey Rausch) – “Banks of the Ohio”
from: Home Recordings on iPhone

11:04 – Kasey & Kim talked about their Cousins

Austin Rausch – Mizzou Graduate/Marching band. Now Director at North Callaway HS Band in Kingdom City, MO. Student taught w/ Kent Rausch. Plays in Columbia Community Band.

Jarret Rausch – 13 years old – trombone – all star band (regionals), piano.

11:08 – Music by Kim & Kasey Rausch (Greg’s daughters)

15. Kim & Kasey Rausch – “Sweet Potatoes” (LIVE)

16. Kim & Kasey Rausch – “After You’ve Gone” (LIVE)

11:15 – Kasey & Kim introduced cousins Collin & Kyle Rausch (Kent’s sons), who play in the bands: Abracadabras, Shy Boys, and The ACB’s.

17. Shy Boys (Collin & Kyle Rausch, Konnor Ervin) – “Trim” (LIVE)

18. Shy Boys (Collin & Kyle Rausch, Konnor Ervin) – “Postcardd” (LIVE)

11:30 – Underwriting

11:32 – Kasey & Kim introduced cousin Ethan Ridings

19. Ethan Ridings – “All Along The Watchtower” (LIVE)

20. Ethan Ridings & Kasey Rausch – “103” (LIVE)

11:41 – Kim introduced her daughter, Natalie McLaws

21. Natalie McLaws with Aaron Hurtado – “Talking Bird” (LIVE)

11:52 – Closing Music from Grandpa Rausch

22. Dean Rausch – “Navajo Prayer/Amazing Grace”
from: Home Recording on Cassette / Aug. 25, 2001
[Dean Rausch – Cedar flute, Austin Rausch – Native drum. English/Navajo language]

11:59:30

23. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]

Wednesday MidDay Medley in on the web:
WednesdayMidDayMedley.org
facebook.com/WednesdayMidDayMedleyon90.1FM and
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Show #454

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