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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

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Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 130

We all have albums in our library that we consider must own items. Yet, somehow we rarely revisit them. This week we break out those albums in one massive hit. Mostly well known items, these may have been overplayed in their release years or simply well loved when discovered. Either way, they hold a place in our hearts but are often left sitting on the shelves for a special occasion such as Episode 130!

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 130 Intro
(00:55) Greenday – Burnout
(04:17) Ozzy Osbourne – Mr. Crowley
(09:08) Outkast – Ms. Jackson
(13:23) Mumford and Sons – Babel
(17:59) Nirvana – Drain You
(21:38) Goatsnake – A Truckload of Mammas Muffins
(27:33) Pearl Jam – Garden
(34:29) Kalas – Monuments to Ruins
(40:10) Kyuss – 50 Million Year Trip (Downside Up)
(45:12) A Perfect Circle – Vanishing
(51:37) Mr. Bungle – Dead Goon

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 129

“You ain’t no punk, you punk!” ~ Lux Interior
This week your host takes us on a journey through some of his favorite punk rock records. Punk comes in many shapes and forms. This hour is an overall study of how often the boundaries could be pushed without generating cookie cutter, sound-a-like albums. What is punk rock? Monuments in Ruin would like to think it is the ability to forge your own path and showcase your true identity. How can someone find their way into discovery when they are busy following?

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 129 Intro
(02:59) The Cramps – Garbageman
(07:28) Circle Jerks – 86’d (Good as Gone)
(09:17) Christ on Parade – Human Labratory
(11:30) Crass – Systematic Death
(16:32) Neurosis – Pain of Mind
(19:35) Grimple – Grimple Up Your Ass
(22:07) Fleshies – Gooba Says Theres No Tomorrow
(27:30) Descendents – Good Good Things
(29:45) Dead Milkmen – Junkie / Right Wing Pigeon
(32:45) Dead and Gone – Black Hole Heart
(36:10) Dead Kennedys – A Growing Boy Needs His Lunch
(42:02) Deadguy – Makeshift Atomsmasher
(44:36) His Hero Is Gone – Headless/Heartless / Hinges
(47:43) Heartless – End of the Line
(53:59) Misfits – American Nightmare
(55:38) Zeke – The Hammer / Roller
(59:10) Circle Jerks – Don’t Care / Live Fast, Die Young

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 128

Monuments in Ruin Episode 128
The Art of Jenna Meldgaard
Monster Oddities
Where many see the end, others will find a new beginning. Nothing in this world shall be seen without purpose and left to decay. This week we discuss how Jenna Meldgaard, owner of Monster Oddities, finds beauty in the things many would disregard. Often macabre, always inspiring. Step into the world of Oddities with our host as we discuss thing found, reinvented and the community that stands in the shadows of the strange, bizarre and breathtaking.

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 128 Intro
(01:08) Alice in Chains – Them Bones
(04:20) Misfits – Skulls
(10:13) Slayer – Skeletons of Society
(18:41) Metallica – Master of Puppets
(24:04) Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath
(29:12) Testament – Trial By Fire
(36:25) Grails – Worksong
(41:50) Ramones – We’re A Happy Family
(45:07) Circle Jerks – Put A Little Love In Your Heart
(48:11) Misfits – Horror Business
(56:41) Aretha Franklin – Respect


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“Mother Earth”


“Serenity”


“Owl Pellet Window Charm”


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Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 127

This week has finally led us to the next edition of the Monuments in Ruin Chronology Series! Last we discussed this series, we were directly in the middle of the 80’s. This episode kicks off the second half of the decade with some 1986 jams. Put down that Atari joystick, turn off those Sweet Pickles bus commercials and grab that denim vest. Let’s see what was happening in the mid 80’s music world!!

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 127 Intro
(01:08) Tesla – Modern Day Cowboy
(08:04) Poison – Look What The Cat Dragged In
(10:57) Ozzy Osbourne – Shot in the Dark
(17:00) Samhain – Let The Day Begin
(19:33) Metallica – Leper Messiah
(28:52) Sonic Youth – Marilyn Moore
(32:49) Bruce Hornsby – The Way It Is
(37:39) Motorhead – Ain’t My Crime
(41:20) Slayer – Criminally Insane
(47:57) Cinderella – Nobody’s Fool
(52:30) Iron Maiden – Caught Somewhere In Time

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 126

How many songs can you think of that have a numerical reference? That is the theme for Episode 126 of Monuments in Ruin. Everything around us can be broken down into mathematical equations. Similar to time, it happens weather we wish to acknowledge it or not. Tune in to TrendKillRadio.com Monday at 9pm Eastern as we listen to some long time favorites and discuss their numerical value!

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 126 Intro
(02:36) Clutch – 10,000 Witnesses
(07:15) Neurosis – Souls at Zero
(16:15) Rodrigo y Gabriela – 11:11
(20:45) Mogwai – 7:25
(29:29) Kiss – 100,000 Years
(32:48) Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band – 1,000,000 Died To Make This Sound
(50:33) Mono – 2 Candles, 1 Wish
(53:05) The Black Angels – 18 Years

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 125

This week we flip through the music library to discover a our love of all genres. We get help from rock, rap and a bit of things in between. Music has a certain hold on those who submit to it’s gravitational pull. Always rewarding and ever evolving, the rewards are unending.

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 125 Intro
(01:06) A Tribe Called Quest – 8 Million Stories
(05:25) The Beatles – Help
(08:47) Iggy Pop and James Williamson – Kill City
(12:06) AC/DC – Spellbound
(16:31) Turbonegro – What Is Rock?
(26:11) Witchcraft – Helpless
(32:27) Metallica – Small Hours
(41:08) Lauryn Hill – Final Hour
(45:09) The Roots – The Unraveling featuring Raheem Devaughn
(49:20) Flying Lotus – Spicy Sammich
(57:30) Black Crowes – Time Will Tell

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 124

Constantly in motion, we tend to neglect our own presence in time. We often look at time as a historical moment or a future event. Time is happening at this very moment and we are all a part of it.

I can bring tears to your eyes; resurrect the dead, make you smile, and reverse time. I form in an instant but I last a life time. What am I? ~ A memory
Monuments in Ruin Episode 124 Monday 9pm Eastern TrendKillRadio.com

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 124 Intro
(01:19) Pink Floyd – Time
(10:18) Beastie Boys – Time To Get Ill
(13:53) Living Colour – Times Up
(16:55) Anthrax – Got The Time
(22:41) Otis Redding – (Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay
(25:15) Steve Miller Band – Space Intro-Fly Like An Eagle
(30:55) The Zombies – Time Of The Season
Leadbelly with Sonny Terry – How Long
(38:38) Kansas – Dust in the Wind
(41:51) Led Zeppelin – In My Time Of Dying
(55:26) Nazareth – Changin’ Times

Rabbit Trails, Path 24

David Scott takes you on a rock n’ and rollin’ hour with the last Path in season 3.
This show will have you moving to the groove of Chuck Berry, The Standells, Santana, Ronettes and so many more!
So come hang out for an hour and crank it up!!

Paul Revere And The Raiders – ”Action”
Wilson Pickett – ”A Man and A Half”
Chuck Berry – ”Rock and Roll Music”
The Move – ”Do Ya”
Procol Harum – ”Juicy John Pink”
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – ”Almost Cut My Hair”
The Who – ”I Can’t Explain it”
Jackie Deshannon – ”Needles and Pins”
Ronettes – ”Do I Love You”
The Flirtations – ”This Must Be the End Of The Line”
Patti Drew – ”Beggar For the Blues”
Freddie King – ”Worried Life Blues”
The Standells – ”Ninety Nine and A Half”
Quicksilver Messenger Service – ”It’s Been To Long”
Santana – ” E Papa Re”
Dave Clark Five – ”Inside Out”
Sam & Dave – ”Wrap It Up”

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 123

Monuments in Ruin returns! Progressive rock, dark and crusty doom, blues based boogie and those uncomfortable love affairs, all of these elements have a place within episode 123.

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 123 Intro
(02:27) Yes – Yours Is No Disgrace
(13:26) Soundgarden – Slaves and Bulldozers
(20:17) Morrow – Cleaved Fang
(31:46) Jose Feliciano – Spoonful
(34:21) Steppenwolf – Chicken Wolf
(37:13) Canned Heat – That’s All Right
(43:36) The Breeders – Metagoth
(46:32) Brian Eno – Everybody’s Mother
(54:27) Groundhogs – Groundhog