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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Jan 18th 2014

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Jan 18th 2014 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


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


The Everly Brothers “Like Strangers”
from Heartaches and Harmonies (Rhino 1994)


Dolly Parton “In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)”
from My Tennessee Mountain Home (BMG 2007) —Originally recorded in 1972 on RCA.


The Haden Triplets “Slowly”
from The Haden Triplets (Third Man www.thirdmanrecords.com 2014) N  —The debut album from the triplet daughters of bassist Charlie Haden, produced by Ry Cooder.


Leadbelly “Rock Island Line”
from Classic Folk Music from Smithsonian Folkways (Smithsonian Folkways) —Originally recorded in 1937 for Folkways.


Django Reinhardt And Stephane Grappelli With The Quintet Of The Hot Club Of France “Sweet Georgia Brown”
from Souvenirs (Polygram 1989) —Recorded in 1938 for Decca.


Lucinda Williams “You Don't Have Very Far to Go”
from Tulare Dust: A Songwriter's Tribute to Merle Haggard (Hightone 1994) —As the album title indicates, a Merle Haggard song.


George Jones “White Lightning”
from The Essential George Jones [Disc 1] (Sony 2006) —One of Pig Robbins' earliest recordings.


Irene Kelley “Pennsylvania Coal” (Patio Records 2013)


Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys “I Wish I Could Fall in Love Today”
from Honky Tonk: Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys, Volume 6 (Bear Family 1995) R  —Recorded in 1960 for the Columbia label.


Willie Nelson “Mr. Record Man”
from The Early Years, Disc One (EMI-Capitol 1993) R  —Recorded in 1961 on the Liberty label.


Landon Dodd “Call of the Wine”
from Call Of The Wine (Heart of Texas Records 2012) R


The Cornell Hurd Band “I Bought The Shoes (That Just Walked Out on Me)”
from Live! at the Broken Spoke (Behemeth 1995) R  —One written by Red Simpson.


Johnny Cash “Cocaine Blues”
from At Folsom Prison (Columbia 1968) R  —Recorded in 1968 for Columbia but unissued until this release, which contains tracks from the second show at Folsom.


Red Foley “Foggy River”
from Tennessee Saturday Night, Volume 2 (Proper 2002) R  —Recorded in 1951 for Decca. The listener wanted to hear Carl Smith's version but I couldn't locate it, so he gets Red and a Carl Smith song.


Carl Smith “If Teardrops Were Pennies”
from The Essential Carl Smith, 1950-1956 (Sony 1991) R  —Recorded in 1951 for Columbia.


Rough Shop “Drink Up and Go Home”
from Here Today (Perdition Records 2008) R L —A Freddie Hart song done in fine style by these St. Louis favorites.


Leo Soileau's Four Aces “La Valse De Gueydan”
from Cajun Capers: Cajun Music 1928-1954 (Proper 2005) —Recorded in 1935 for the Bluebird label. The other Aces are Dewey Landry and Floyd Shreve, guitars, and Tony Gonzalez on drums.


Rusty and Doug Kershaw “Louisiana Man”
from Louisiana Men, Volume 2 (Ace 2004) —Recorded in 1961 on Roy Acuff's Hickory label, one written by Doug.


Doug Kershaw “Diggy Liggy Lo”
from Heroes (Warner 1995) —Written by J.D. Miller.


Doc and Merle Watson “Red Rocking Chair”
from Black Mountain Rag (Rounder www.rounder.com 2006) —A nice compilation of Doc and Merle's work for the great Flying Fish label. T. Michael Coleman plays the bass. I miss Doc.


Vassar Clements “Fiddlin' Will”
from Grass Routes (Rounder www.rounder.com 1991) —One written by Jim & Jesse McReynolds, who provide the vocals on this one.


Bill Emerson with Jimmy Martin “It Takes One to Know One”
from Reunion (Webco Records 1992) —One written by Harlan Howard and Freddie Hart.


The Gordons “Why I'm Walkin'”
from Wasn't Born to Follow (Street Level 2005) L —Roberta Gordon does a fine job on the vocal of this Stonewall Jackson/Melvin Endsley song. The late, great Wade Ray on the fiddle.


Slim Whitman “It's a Sin to Tell a Lie”
from Greatest Hits (Curb 1990) —Originally recorded in 1971 on the Epic label, going out to my cousin, Mike, a big Slim Whitman fan.


Tennessee Ernie Ford “Milk 'Em in the Morning Blues”
from Hey Good Lookin’ (Memoir Records 2000) —Recorded at Tennessee Ernie's first session for the Capitol label 65 years ago this week in 1949.


Little Jimmy Dickens “Out Behind the Barn”
from Country Boy, Volume 3 (Bear Family 1997) —Recorded 60 years ago this week for the Columbia label.


Arty Hill and the Long Gone Daddys “Hankin' Around”
from Bar of Gold (Cow Island Music 2008)


Hank Thompson And His Brazos Valley Boys “The Wild Side of Life”
from Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys, 1946-64, Volume 2 (Bear Family 1996) —A 12-disc collection of Hanks Capitol recordings. This was a giant hit in 1952 and brought on Kitty Wells' answer song, "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels".


Ferlin Husky “Gone”
from Heroes of Country Music, Volume 4: Legends of the West Coast (Rhino 1996) —Recorded in 1956.


The Louvin Brothers “Hoping That You're Hoping”
from When I Stop Dreaming: The Best of the Louvin Brothers (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1995) —Recorded in 1956. I included this one just for its use of "spuddle", which means to make a fuss over trivial things.


Wanda Jackson “Right or Wrong”
from Vintage Collections CD Album (CAPITOL 1996) —One written by Wanda and recorded in 1960. Ken Nelson refused to sign Wanda when he had the chance earlier because he said "Girls don't sell records".


Merle Haggard And The Strangers “The Bottle Let Me Down”
from Strangers/Swinging Doors (EMI 1998) —Recorded in 1966.


Buck Owens and his Buckaroos “Act Naturally”
from The Very Best of Buck Owens (Rhino 1994) —Written by Johnny Russell and recorded in 1963.

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