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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Aug 7th 2010

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Aug 7th 2010 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


Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie”
from Another Story (Bear Family 1999)


Gillian Welch “Paper Wings”
from Revival (Acony 1996) R


Jimmy Martin “Run Pete Run”
from 20 Greatest Hits (Highland Music 1988)


Jimmy Martin “Hold What'cha Got”
from The King of Bluegrass (Audium 2001)


Jimmy Martin “Free Born Man”
from The King of Bluegrass (Audium 2001)


Tom Russell “The Death of Jimmy Martin”
from Wounded Heart of America (Hightone 2014)


Porter Wagoner “Who Will Buy the Wine”
from The Thin Man from West Plains (Bear Family 1993)


Porter Wagoner “The Cold Hard Facts of Life”
from 20 All Time Greatest Hits (Gusto 2005) R


Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton “Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man”
from The Essential Porter and Dolly (RCA Records Label Nashville 1997)


Porter Wagoner “Eleven Cent Cotton”
from Wagonmaster (Anti/Epitaph 2007)


Rodney Crowell and Roseann Cash “It's Such a Small World”
from Diamonds & Dirt (Sony 2001)


The Notorious Cherry Bombs “It's Hard to Kiss the Lips At Night That Chew Your Ass Out All Day Long”
from The Notorious Cherry Bombs (Universal South 2004)


Rodney Crowell and Johnny Cash “I Walk the Line (Revisited)”
from The Houston Kid (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2001)


Hank Williams “Long Gone Lonesome Blues”
from The Original Singles Collection . . . Plus (Polygram Records 1990)


Elizabeth Cook “I'm Beginning To Forget”
from Welder CD Album (31 Tigers 2010) N  —At Off Broadway, Thursday, August 12, 7:30PM


Raul Malo “Lonely Hearts”
from Lucky One (Fantasy 2009) —Coming to The Old Rock House on Wednesday, October 6th.


Mel Tillis “New Patches”
from Greatest Hits (Curb 1991)


Buck Owens “Close Up the Honky Tonks”
from Together Again (Sundazed 1995) —Alvis Edgar “BUCK” OWENS, Jr. was born on August 12, 1929 in Sherman, TX. Like thousands of others, Buck’s family left Dust Bowl Texas and moved west to Arizona in 1937. Realizing that a life of labor on the farm was not what he wanted, Buck began playi


Buck Owens and his Buckaroos “He Don't Deserve You Any More”
from Roll Out the Red Carpet (Sundazed 1995)


Buck Owens and his Buckaroos “Act Naturally”
from Carnegie Hall Concert (Sundazed 2000)


Dwight Yoakam “Cryin' Time”
from Dwight Sings Buck (New West 2007)


Webb Pierce “There Stands the Glass”
from Webb "The Wondering Boy" Pierce (Bear Family 1990) —Michael WEBB PIERCE was born on August 8, 1921 in West Monroe, LA. He was one of the great honky tonk singers, amassing 97 charted songs over a 30 year period. By the time he was 16 he had his own radio show on KMLB in Monroe, LA. Webb joined KWKH’s “L


Webb Pierce “When I'm With You”
from Webb "The Wondering Boy" Pierce (Bear Family 1990)


Webb Pierce “Tupelo County Jail”
from Webb "The Wondering Boy" Pierce (Bear Family 1990)


Billy Walker “I Don't Care”
from Caught in the Web (Audium 2002)


Jimmy Bryant & Speedy West “Cotton Pickin'”
from Frettin' Fingers: The Lightning Guitar of Jimmy Bryant (Sundazed 2003) —Clarence Leonidas “LEO” FENDER, inventor of the Telecaster and Stratocaster guitars, was born on August 10, 1909 on his parents’ farm near Anaheim, CA. He gave the first model of his Telecaster to Jimmy Bryant, figuring he might be able to put it to some


Bill Kirchen “Sleepwalk”
from Dieselbilly Road Trip (Hightone 2002)


Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes “Tear It Up” (Heroic Records 2002)


Bill Kirchen “Hammer of the Honky-Tonk Gods”
from Hammer of the Honky Tonk Gods (Proper Records 2006) R

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.