Ganey Arsement “Old Pipeliner” from Le Forgeron (Salty Bayou Music 2013) —One written by Moon Mullican.Buy it!
Moon Mullican and His Showboys “Jole Blon is Gone, Amen” from Moon's Tunes (Westside 2001) —Originally recorded 65 years ago in 1949 on the King label. Moon had his own takes on the Cajun national anthem.Buy it!
Jimmy C. Newman “La Porte D'en Arriere” from Rounder Heritage: Cajun Music - The Essential Collection (Rounder 2002) —Here with the "C" added, one of his most well-known recordings, written by D.L. Menard.Buy it!
Jimmy Newman & the Rhythm Boys “Wondering” from Cajun Capers: Cajun Music 1928-1954 (Proper 2005) —Recorded in Crowley, LA for the Feature label in 1951, before he added "C" to his name. Joe Werner is credited as the writer but some say it was Luderin Darbone.Buy it!
Sturgill Simpson “The Promise” from Metamodern Sounds in Country Music (High Top Mountain sturgillsimpson.bandcamp.com/album/high-top-mountain 2014) N R —Sturgill continues to surprise. This was recorded a couple of decades ago by a New Wave band.Buy it!
Ryan Spearman “Willie McGee” from Get Along Home (Green Strum 2011) L —Willie's speech last week at his induction into the Cardinals' Hall of Fame reminded us of why we all love this humble man. He thanked his Little League and high school coaches, even thanked the clubhouse guys.Buy it!
Billy Joe Shaver “I'll Love You As Much As I Can” from Long In the Tooth (Lightning Rod Records 2014) N —More new songs from one of the best.Buy it!
John Hartford and the Hartford String Band “Men All Want to be Hobos” from Down on the River (Flying Fish 1989) R —Going out to Annabelle.Buy it!
J.D Crowe & The New South “She Knows When You're on My Mind Again” from Lefty's Old Guitar (Rounder 2006) —Steel guitar Hall of Famer Doug Jernigan on the pedal steel from this fine album by J.D. The 43rd Steel Guitar Convention is next Thursday-Saturday at the Airport Marriott.Buy it!
Bluegrass Parkway “Gosh I Miss You All the Time” from Southern Flavor (Bluegrass Parkway www.duffmandolins.com 2014) N —At the Stage at KDHX on September 12thBuy it!
Tom Russell “Rayburn Crane” from Song of the West - The Cowboy Collection (HMG/Hightone 1997) —Tom will be back in St. Louis at Off Broadway two weeks from tonight on September 6th.Buy it!
Randy Travis “Memories of Old Santa Fe” from Wind in the Wire (Warner 1993) R —Randy is slowly recovering from medical conditions that threatened to end his life last year. He is, however, nowhere near to the point where he can perform at this time.Buy it!
Riders In the Sky “Compadres in the Old Sierra Madres” from Cowboy Jubilee (Rounder 1991) —One written by birthday boy, Woody Paul.Buy it!
Billy Grammer “When the Work's All Done This Fall” from Back Home (self 1985) —Another favorite son of tiny Benton, IL is basketball great, Doug Collins.Buy it!
George Worthmore “interview” from none-live at KDHX (KDHX www.kdhx.org 2014) —www.georgeworthmore.com for more on Mr. Worthmore.Buy it!
The Stanley Brothers “Angel Band” from Angel Band: The Classic Mercury Recordings (Mercury/Nashville 1996) —Originally recorded in 1955.Buy it!
The Stanley Brothers “The Lonesome River” from The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers (Sony 1996) —Recorded 65 years ago in 1949. Carter Stanley was a great songwriter.Buy it!
The Stanley Brothers “The Little Glass of Wine” from Earliest Recordings: The Rich-R-Tone 78s, 1947-1952 (Rounder 2005) —Originally recorded in 1948.Buy it!
The Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie (intro)” from Almost To Tulsa (Bear Family www.bear-family.de 2008)Buy it!
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