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Dollar Country 66

An hour of Dark Moments, Good-Byes, Shadows, and an ill fated Flight 191. More information at dollarcountry.org

Johnny Bond – Sick Sober And Sorry
Joe Paul Nichols – I Can’t Dance To Your Music
Tex Williams – Birmingham Boogie
Hank Thompson and his Brazos Valley Boys – I Cast A Lonesome Shadow
Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys – Fly Trouble
The Tribesman – Osceola
Princess Ramona – Yesterday’s Memories
Hank Snow and the Jordanaires – I’m In Love With Jesus
Dave Danmyer – Smilin’ Brown Eyes
Country Boy Mingo – Back To The Same Ol’ Song
Fmutt Cottingham – How Can It Be
Hal Cass – Long Black Veil
Lefty Frizzell – The Darkest Moment
Tommy Westmoreland – You’re Everything I Wanted You To Be
Danny Harrison – Good-Bye, My Son, Good-Bye
Chuck Howard And The Texans – Crazy Jealous Heart
Ken Scott – Final Flight Of 191

Dollar Country 65

Another hour of country tunes from the bottom of the bins. More information at dollarcountry.org

Red Foley – Pin Ball Boogie
Jean Alford – The Astronut
Jimmy Dawson (The Dixie Drifter) – Big Black Bug Boogie
Swanee Caldwell – Six Days On The Road
Roy Kelly – T.V. Man
Jeannie McDowell – You Cain’t Gonna Get None
Johnny Blankenship – Big Foot
Tex Cherry – Dirty Jim Blues
Dutch Robirds and the Country Ramblers – I’m Gonna Fool The Blues Tonight
Pee Wee King – Cornbread, Lasses And Sassafras Tea
Eddy Arnold – The Prisoner’s Song
Sons Of The Pioneers – Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Buck Ritchey – The Slave
Willie Nelson – Misery Mansion
Lefty Frizzell – Make That One For The Road A Cup Of Coffee
Ron Gordy and the Nashville Tennesseans – No Other Love
The Gospel Sunlighters – To Die Is To Gain
Jeff Chamberlin – If You Wanna Keep Your Beer Cold

Dollar Country 64

Construction work, mining, leaving this town, and ending up in the Pecos Jail for life, but not because of your life sentence. More information at dollarcountry.org

Eddie Noack – Take It Away Lucky
Bill Mack – Honky Tonk Band
Vern Stovall – Cloud Burner
Lattie Moore – Drunk Again
John (Henry) Writesel – I’m Gonna Leave This Town
Hank Williams Jr – Pecos Jail
Ernie Cash – Working In A Coal Mine
Stick Welch – I’m A Construction Man
Johnny Allen – The Carpenter
Hal Cass – I’m A Brick Laying Man
Porter Wagoner – The Rubber Room
Owen McCarty And His Emeraldites – It’s Too Late For You And Me
Leon Ashley – Laura (What’s He Got That I Ain’t Got)
Bonnie Owens – Stop The World
Ray Anderson – The Silver Bridge Disaster
Jimmie Diamond – Mt. St. Helens
Roy Kelly – X-Love
Bennie & Troy Hess – Goodbye Little Son Goodbye

Dollar Country 63

Cigarettes, Coffee, Prison, Mean Women, Watergate, Gossip and of course LSD. Listen at dollarcountry.org (link in bio) or wherever you get your podcasts.

Marvin Rainwater – (There’s A) Honky Tonk In Your Heart
Lefty Frizzell – Cigarettes And Coffee Blues
Al Dexter – Old Long Tongue
Lonnie Irving – Gooseball Brown
Billy Barton – The Devil, My Conscience, And I
Terry Sharman – Wheat Farmer Blues
Les Waldroop – Sermon On The Bug
Tom T. Hall – Watergate Blues
Doc Watson – Tennessee Stud
Jimmy Driftwood – What Is The Color Of The Soul Of A Man
Kitty Wells – This White circle
Jim Minor – Jackson Prison Bars
Gene Henslee – Shambles
Gene Scarbrough – Think Twice Before You Go
Bud Freeman – Because Of LSD
Roy Hogsed – Mean, Mean Woman
Leon Payne – Lumberjack

Dollar Country 62

Dollar Country Episode 062: Cold, Cold Hands (10/03/18)


That’s a picture from the Buffalo Creek Flood there.

Leon McAuliff – Water Baby Boogie
Hank Penny – Hadacillin Boogie
Faron Young – I’ve Got Five Dollars And It’s Saturday Night
Jack Barlow – I’ve Been Kicked Around By Experts
Cash McCall – My Friend Johnny
Don Lewis – Honey Do, This
Bud Freeman – Please Tell The World
Curt Gibson – Good Or Bad Loser
Ken Marvin – Uh-Huh Honey
Lee Harmon – Sifting Through The Ashes
Jean Crowder – Buffalo Creek Disaster
Lawton Williams – Cold, Cold Hands
Buddy Hunnicutt – The Hitch Hiker
Zero Jones – White House Cannon Ball
Dave Dudley – Last Day In The Mines
Loretta Lynn – Fist City
Cowboy Charlie Huff – El Paso Jail
Mary Ann & All Star Quartet – Fear Not
Ernest Tubb – Let’s Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello

More information at dollarcountry.org

Max Wax, Volume 69

Heavy music by those killing the trend… that’s what bluegrass and outlaw country brought to the table, in terms of Nashville, TN. Mack goes deep into that topic tonight, providing cuts that trace back to Hank Williams and Bill Monroe. This one’s different, informative and a blast.