Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The Generation Exploitation Podcast #70

 
I'm quite pleased to say that Classic Television Showbiz has picked up approximately one thousand new daily visitors since this time last year. So perhaps some of you are unawares that I occasionally do a radio show. We've got no less than ten thousand fine vinyl LPs here at Classic Showbiz HQ - so here is a re-post from eighteen months ago. Two hours of solid Country and Western from my dusty collection. LISTEN TO IT HERE.

The Playlist:
Railroadin – Speedy West

Movin On – Pam Gilbert

Two Six Packs Away – Dave Dudley

Country Music Singing Sensation – Kenny Roberts
Alabam – Johnny Bond and Hawkshaw Hawkins

Alabam – Little Roy Wiggins

Race is On – George Jones

Race is On – Jody Miller

Jukebox Help Me Find My Baby – Rhythm Rockers

Wired for Sound – Dick Stubbs

I’m No Communist – Grandpa Jones

I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know – Davis Sisters
Remember I am as Close as the Phone - Rose Lee

Born to Lose – Ray Charles

Orange Blossom - Leon McAuliff

Guitar Man – Jerry Reed

Caffeine Patrol – Speedy West

Buckaroo – Buck Owens

Springfield Guitar Social – Thumbs Carlisle

The One I Slip Around With – Jan Howard

Space Man in Orbit – Speedy West

Truck Driving Man – Dave Dudley

Roll Truck Roll – Red Simpson

In the Middle – Charlie Wiggs
Coffee Coffee Coffee– Dave Dudley
Stealin Corn – Merle Haggard & The Strangers

Oh Lonesome Me – Chet Atkins

Together Again – Buck Owens

T.V. Blues – Grandpa Jones

Baby Elephant Walk – Judy Lynn

These Boots Were Made – Curly Chalker

Cincinatti Ohio - Connie Smith
Cincinatti, Ohio – Kitty Wells
Chit Atkins, Make Me a Star – Don Bowman

Calgary – Bill Anderson
Manitoba Blues – Stu Clatyton

Ripple Rock – Johnny Allen

Angel on Paper – Dottie West
Thinking Tonight – Bond & Copas
Doin My Time – Flatt & Scruggs
Mental Revenge – Dick Nolan
Funny How Time Slips Away – Willie Nelson

Flippin the Lid – Speedy West

This Aint the Blues – Speedy West

Stainless Steel – Speedy West

1 comment:

david simmons said...

Beginning and ending with Speedy West, how could you go wrong? "Flippin' the Lid" is one of my all-time favorites.