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The Back Country (Music)

Sat May 30th 2015 3.00pm–5.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Chris Stapleton “Traveller” (Mercury www.virginemirecords.com 2015) N  —Chris Stapleton's solo debut album came out May 5th and it's a good one, one he co-produced with Dave Cobb, who has helmed Sturgill Simpson's last two albums. Chris is at The Firebird tonight at 7PM


Whitey Morgan and the 78's “Good Timin' Man”
from Sonic Ranch (Whitey Morgan Music www.whiteymorgan.com 2015) N  —Whitey's latest release may be his best yet.


Dwight Yoakum “Off Your Mind”
from Second Hand Heart (Reprise 2015) N R  —The listener requested another Dwight tune but I substituted this one from his latest release.


Dale Watson and His Lone Stars “I Owe It All to You”
from Call Me Insane (Red House Records www.redhouserecords.com 2015) N  —New music from Dale Watson, who will be at Off Broadway on June 25th.


Hank Williams “I Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)”
from The Original Singles Collection Plus (MERCURY NASHVILLE 1992) R  —Recorded in 1951 for MGM


George Worthmore “You Can't Catch Me”
from Americana Symphonette (Little Dragon Records 2012) —Andy Hall on the dobro and Richard Smith on guitar on this Chuck Berry song. George returns to The Focal Point on Friday, June 12th. He's at BB's Jazz Blues and Soups on Tuesday of that week.


Tommy Emmanuel “Windy and Warm”
from Endless Road (Tommy Emmanuel 2004) —One written by J.D. Loudermilk. Tommy is one of a handful of Chet Atkins-Certified Guitar Players.


Hazel Dickens “It's Hard to Tell the Singer from the Song” (Rounder 1987) —Hazel's music was so entwined with her life and values that it often was hard to tell the singer from the song. This is one of her compositions.


Hazel Dickens with the Johnson Mountain Boys “The Rebel Girl”
from Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings www.folkways.si.edu 2002) —One written by martyred labor leader and songwriter Joe Hill, recorded in 1990.


Sadie Hawkins Day String Band “White Freightliner Blues”
from Oh Me, Oh My! It's Sadie Hawkins Day! (self 2015) N L —Quite probably the first version of this Townes Van Zandt classic to have a hammered dulcimer intro. Look for these folks playing around town.


James Taylor and Alison Krauss “How's the World Treating You?”
from Livin' Lovin' Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers (Universal South 2003) —She's at the Feed the Need benefit on June 13th with Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas and The Harman Family Band. Tickets at Metrotix, Alton Convention & Visitors Bureau, Fox Theater and Senior Services Plus.


Gary P. Nunn “Austin Pickers”
from Home With the Armadillo (Campfire Records 1993) —Originally released in 1984, Junior Brown on electric lead guitar, Peter Rowan on mandolin and Herb Steiner on pedal steel. Gary is one of the Lost Gonzo Band.


Jerry Jeff Walker and the Lost Gonzo Band “Desperados Waiting for a Train”
from Viva Terlingua! (MCA 1973) R  —I wore this record out back in my college days. Jerry Jeff was at Washington University's Thurteen Carnival a couple of years after this came out.


Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard “Swinging Doors”
from Django and Jimmie (Legacy 2015) N  —Hag recorded the original almost 50 years ago, in 1966.


The Time Jumpers “The Woman of My Dreams”
from The Time Jumpers (Rounder 2012) —Paul Franklin has stepped into the pedal steel shoes of the late Papa John Hughey and this group has continued to put out great music. Vince Gill on the vocal.


Wayne Hancock “Tulsa” (Bloodshot Records www.bloodshotrecords.com 2006) —Wayne is at Off Broadway on Sunday, June 14th. Joe Fletcher opens.


Johnny Gimble with Jesse Dayton and Asleep at the Wheel “Hey, Mr. Cowboy”
from Celebrating with Friends (CMH www.cmhrecords.com 2010) —Johnny left us recently, but the great music he made lives on. Here's another one he wrote.


Wanda Jackson “Silver Threads and Golden Needles”
from Vintage Collections CD Album (CAPITOL 1996) —Recorded in 1956, written by the great Jack Rhodes. Wanda is at Off Broadway on Saturday, June 6th, 9PM


Loretta Lynn “One's on the Way”
from All Time Greatest Hits (MCA Nashville. 2002) —Originally recorded in 1971 for Decca, one written by Shel Silverstein. Loretta is at the River City Casino next Friday. Walker Country opens.


Ags Connolly “I Saw James Hand”
from How About Now (Drumfire Records 2014) —One of Mr. Hand's many admirers, in this instance from the UK.


James Hand “In the Corner, At the Table, By the Jukebox”
from The Truth Will Set You Free (Rounder 2006) —James Hand's music will set you free, too, because it's also true.


Michael Dart and the Skyline Wranglers “El Be Bop Kid”
from Slippin' Around with Michael Dart & the Skyline Wranglers (Frogranch Records 2014) —Mike's tribute to one of his musical idols.


Freddy Fender “Before the Next Tear Drop Falls”
from Freddy Fender, Disc 1 (Direct Source 2008) —I'm still trying to get the discography/credits for this three-disc release. This was one of Freddy's #1 hits, from the MCA label in 1975.


The Texas Tornados “My Sugar Blue”
from Esta Bueno! (Bismeaux 2010) —One written by Augie Meyer. Happy Birthday, Augie!


The Revelers “Pus Whiskey (No More Whiskey)”
from Get Ready (The Revelers 2015) N  —New music from members of the Red Stick Ramblers and Pine Leaf Boys. The Pine Leaf Boys will be at the Broadway Oyster Bar on Friday, June 19th.


Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell “La Danse de la Joie”
from The Traveling Kind (Nonesuch www.nonesuch.com 2015) —These guys have recorded a number of Louisiana-flavored songs over the years.


Robbie Fulks and Gail Davies “Shakin' the Blues”
from Touch My Heart: A Tribute to Johnny Paycheck (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2004) —One written by George Jones. Gail's son, Chris Scruggs plays acoustic guitar on this one.


Johnny Paycheck “He's In a Hurry (To Get Home to My Wife)”
from The Real Mr. Heartache: The Little Darlin' Years (Country Music Foundation 1996) —Recorded in 1967, one written by Groovy Joe Poovey.


Johnny Paycheck “High Heels and No Soul”
from The Beginning (Koch 2004) —An unusual combination here: Paycheck singing a country shuffle--written by Spade Cooley. This album compiles previously unreleased Little Darlin' label material.


The Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie (intro)”
from Almost To Tulsa (Bear Family 2008)

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