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Dollar Country 67

This week we’ve got another all 78 rpm episode. Featuring a lot of songs about the opposite sex and other common themes.

Johnny Cash – There You Go
Al Clauser And the Oklahoma Outlaws – My Sweet Mama
Lefty Frizzell – My Rough And Rowdy Ways
Jimmie Heap – A Coffin Built For Two
Kitty Wells – It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
Charline Arthur – Anything Can Happen
Ray Price – Much Too Young To Die
Red Ingle – Chew Tobacco Rag
Johnny Hicks – Butane Blues
Cowboy Copas – Those “Gone And Left Me” Blues
Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys – Weary Blues From Waitin’
Lattie Moore – Juke Joint Johnny
Hank Thompson and his Brazos Valley Boys – No Help Wanted
Smokey Stover – That’s How True My Love Is For You
Jimmie Spear and The Bluebonnet Boys – Turn Me ‘Round
Southern Melody Boys – Tribulation Days
Bobby Lee – Always Sorry

Rabbit Trails, Path 32

On the last path of season 4 we take a look back at year 1971.
The count down is on. #100 down to #1, the backside of the hit.

Deep Cuts from the best Rock, Rhythm & Blues

1. The Doors – “The Changeling”
2. The Who – “Don’t Know Myself”
3. The Dramatics – “Thank You For Your Love”
4. The Fuzz – “Leave It All Behind”
5. Jackson 5 – “She’s Good”
6. Five Man Electrical Band – “Absolutely Right”
7. Lee Michaels – “Keep The Circle Turning”
8. The Rolling Stones – “Wild Horses”
9. Al Green – “Right Now, Right Now”
10. Janis Joplin – “Half Moon”
11. The Temptations – “You Make Your Own Heaven and Hell Right Here On Earth”
12. Paul Revere and The Raiders – “Just Remember You’re My Sunshine”
13. Carole King – “I Feel The Earth Move”
14. Rod Stewart – “Maggie May”
15. Three Dog Night – “I Can Hear You Calling”

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 136

This week Monuments in Ruin Episode 136 takes you on another roller coasters of genres. We tap into the songs of your hosts nocturnal mind, unknown quality control alert, current favorites, personal moments and more picks from the free bin.

Post show edit: Upon listening back, i mentioned the wrong released date for Times of Grace. It was released in 1999, not 1996, as stated in the show. Through Silver In Blood was released in 1996.

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 136 Intro
(01:01) Alice in Chains – Rotten Apple
(09:01) Led Zeppelin – The Ocean
(13:23) Neurosis – Under The Surface
(21:52) Classics IV – You Are My Sunshine
(26:53) Graveyard – An Industry of Murder
(30:52) Rage Against The Machine – Bullet In The Head
(35:59) Rough Rope – Adult Themes (Ver 1)
(43:26) The Julie Ruin – Just My Kind
(47:17) The Stooges – Dirt
(56:04) Devo – Theme From Doctor Detroit

Rabbit Trails, Path 31

Only 2 paths left in season 4!
Come hang out with David Scott and see what rare gems he has dug up for this week.
He also digs into the mail bag from listeners. See if your mail made the cut!

Deep Cuts from the best Rock, Rhythm & Blues

1. Count Five – “Psychotic Reaction”
2. Lee Michaels – “Hold On To Freedom”
3. Dave Edmunds – “Almost Saturday Night”
4. Pete Townshend – “Nowhere To Run”
5. Small Faces – “All or Nothing”
6. Eddie Hinton – “Love Attack”
7. Blitzed Trapper – “I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow”
8. David Crosby – “Cowboy Movie”
9. The Allman Brothers – “It’s Not My Cross To Bear”
10. Junction – “Sorcerer”
11. Larry Williams – “Hootchy Koo”
12. The Gants – “I Wonder”
13. Dion – “Little Diane”
14. Chuck Berry – “My Ding-A-Ling”

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 135

Monuments in Ruin is scratching at your door once again. Episode 135 takes us to dark places, sad spaces and violent faces.

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 135 Intro
(00:50) Length of Time – Intro / Losing My Heaven
(09:00) Rolling Stones – Doo x5-Heartbreaker
(12:16) The Ventures – Hawaii Five-O
(14:23) Eddie Gale – Mexico Thing
(22:27) The Beatles – Polythene Pam / She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
(25:33) Golden Retriever – Canopy
(36:24) Daeva – No Effective Banishings
(42:05) RJD2 – Ghostwriter Remix
(47:36) Violent Femmes – Prove My Love
(51:46) David Gilmour – Where We Start
(58:00) Melvins – Hide / Bar-X-The Rocking M

Rabbit Trails, Path 30 – Indie Play 3

On Path 30 of Rabbit Trails David Scott takes on a new journey with Indie Play 3.
Showcasing some of his favorite current and past indie bands and songs.
Come hang out and see what is in rotation when it’s not Rock, Rhythm & Blues.

1. LUH Lost Under Heaven – “I&I”
2. King Tuff – “Sun Medallion”
3. Unknown Mortal Orchestra – “Funny Friends”
4. TY Segall – “Thank God For Sinners”
5. The Jesus and Mary Chain – “Teenage Lust”
6. True Widow – “Four Teeth”
7. Modest Mouse – “The Tortoise and The Tourist”
8. Adam Faucett – “Pearl”
9. Elliot Smith – “Pictures of Me”
10. Cloud Nothings – “Enter Entirely”
11. Old Mans Will – “Troubled Man”
12. Thee Oh Sees – “The Poem”
13. Dunbarrow – “Lucifer’s Child”
14. Wu Lyf – “Heavy Pop”

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

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 134

This week Monuments in Ruin digs into the world of the blues! Big bands, super groups, collaborations, unknown artists, solo albums, no one is safe from the blues. We talk about where they were, who was there and how you can take a shot at getting a secret surprise. Modern media has opened the door. Let us not disappoint.
The MiR broadcast begins every Monday at 9pm Eastern on TrendKill Radio.

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 134 Intro
(01:25) Blood Sweat and Tears – Somethin’ Goin’ On
(11:16) Joe Cocker – She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
(14:06) Bob Dylan/The Band – Like A Rolling Stone
(20:17) Steppenwolf – Tighten Up Your Wig
(26:45) Inez Andrews – War on Sin
(30:49) Captain Beefheart – Low Yo Yo Stuff
(34:28) Grand Funk Railroad – Inside Looking Out
(47:52) James Taylor – Steamroller
(50:45) Peter Green – A Fool No More

Rabbit Trails, Path 29

Link Wray, The Zombies, The Standells and The McCoys.. What more could you ask for in an hour of Rock, Rhythm & Blues.
Come hang out with David Scott on Path 29, the Rabbit Trails of deep cuts.

1. Led Zeppelin – “The Rover”
2. The Easybeats – “Good Times”
3. Love – ”Robert Montgomery”
4. The Standells – “Medication”
5. Gerry & The Pacemakers – “Chills”
6. The McCoys – “Stubborn Kind of Fellow”
7. The Zombies – “You Make Me Feel Good”
8. Dave Clark Five – “I Need Love”
9. Little Walter – “Worried Life”
10. Link Wray – “Ain’t That Lovin You Baby”
11. R.L. Burnside – “Old Black Mattie”
12. Electric Light Orchestra – “Mr. Radio”
13. Five Man Electrical Band – “Signs”
14. Derek And The Dominos – “Little Wing”
15. Jimi Hendrix – “Angel”

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 133

Stepping out onto the ledge, this week we take another path less traveled. Though some of the tracks are very familiar, the basic thought is how they tie together and their parallel in the music world. While some are pushing boundaries into obscurity, others have become modern classics for the directions they chose.
Post show notation: Neglected to mention, Fire and Rain was originally written by James Taylor. The Hubert Laws version is so much different and extremely enjoyable. The direction takes a great song into greater places through a totally different listening experience.

(((00:00))) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 133 Intro
(02:13) Santana – Here and Now/Flor De Canela/Promise of a Fisherman
(17:39) Jimi Hendrix – Manic Depression
(21:13) Thin Lizzy – Slow Blues
(26:23) Lynyrd Skynyrd – I Need You
(38:16) Hubert Laws – Fire and Rain
(46:03) The Art Ensemble of Chicago – Ohnedaruth