Best of the Back Catalog

Best of the Back Catalog – Vol. 1 (Ep. 71)

Hosts Mother Banjo and Anthony Ihrig look back on some of their favorite moments from the first year of The Back Catalog Listening Party featuring memorable stories from Mary Cutrufello, The Okee Dokee Brothers, Eliza Gilkyson, Suzzy Roche and Peter Ostroushko’s closest collaborators as we paid tribute to his seminal album Heart of the Heartland! From writing songs at a truck stop to recording vocals in an outhouse, these stories take you behind the scenes to reveal how your favorite folk and roots albums are really made.

  1. Mary Cutrufello – Writing at Roys / Tonight’s the Night (Ep. 7)
  2. Okee Dokee Brothers – Recording in an Outhouse / Bullfrog Opera (Ep. 50)
  3. Eliza Gilkyson – Shredding on a Toy Guitar / Engineer Bill (Ep. 23 )
  4. Suzzy Roche – History of Hammond Song / Hammond Song (Ep 38.)
  5. Peter Ostroushko – The origin of the Puppy Belly Dance title / Puppy Belly Dance (Ep. 52)

Full episodes:

  1. Mary Cutrufello – Tonight’s the Night (Ep. 7)
  2. Okee Dokee Brothers – Can You Canoe? (Ep. 50)
  3. Eliza Gilkyson – Hard Times i’n Babylon (Ep. 23 )
  4. Suzzy Roche – Where Do I Come From: Selected Songs from Maggie Roche (Ep 38.)
  5. Peter Ostroushko – Heart of the Heartland (Ep. 52)

Other Episodes mentioned in show:

Dean Magraw – Seventh One (Ep. 8)

Chris Silver – Souls and Spirits (Ep. 20)