Show #219 – Kay Adams and Guests

New acquisitions are not a regular occurrence at Bakersfield and Beyond. There was a gathering of vinyl and CDs early on and there is enough material that it takes more that one trip to get it all into the studio, so it’s mostly parsed out. However, Mike showed up with some new vinyl and it set the tone for the show.

Kay Adams’ album “Alcohol and Tears” is a winner. Chock full of great tunes and it is in great shape, to boot. Another new one from Buck Owens and Susan Raye “The Good Old Days (Are Here Again)” proved a favorite among listeners. While not new, the Gene Clark Album “Collector’s Series: Early L.A. Sessions” had been missing. I found it at my house and returned it to the show troves of tunes.

The rest of the show emerged organically with some CDs, more vinyl and some tunes off the laptop. We rocked, we rolled, there was some honky tonk and a bit of beyond. But Buck and Merle were both represented in the mix.

You can listen to the archive of the show until December 13, 2017 HERE.

Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
Kay Adams Alcohol and Tears Alcohol and Tears Tower Records
Wynn Stewart Money Talks The Songs of Wynn Stewart Capitol Records
Kay Adams The Day You Left Me Alcohol and Tears Tower Records
Gene Clark Is Yours Mine Collector’s Series: Early L.A. Sessions Colombia Records
Gene Clark Echoes Collector’s Series: Early L.A. Sessions Colombia Records
Buck Owens and Susan Raye Arms Full of Empty The Good Old Days (Are Here Again) Capitol
Buck Owens and Susan Raye When You Get To Heaven (I’ll Be There) The Good Old Days (Are Here Again) Capitol
Kathy Robertson I’m Not Over You A Town South of Bakersfield Enigma Records
Reach For The Sky Same Old Fool A Town South of Bakersfield Enigma Records
John Doe Go Baby Go The Westerner thirty tigers
Susan Raye L.A. International Airport 16 Greatest Hits varese sarabande
Soulajar Love’s a Funny Thing Love’s a Funny Thing – Single Aum Studio Music
Reggae Cowboys Reggae Rodeo Rock Steady Rodeo Tumbleweed
The Jazz Butcher Bakersfield The Jazz Butcher’s Free Lunch Rev-Ola
Social Distortion Bakersfield Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes epitaph
Merle Haggard and the Strangers Billy Overcame His Size Okie from Muskogee Capitol
Merle Haggard and the Strangers If I Had Left It Up To You Okie from Muskogee Capitol
Merle Haggard and the Strangers White Line Fever Okie from Muskogee Capitol
Ike Reilly Good Work (if You Can Get It) Am I Still The One For You Rock Ridge Music
Glen Campbell Wichita Lineman Wichita Lineman Capitol Records
Kay Adams I Let A Stranger (Buy The Wine) Alcohol and Tears Tower Records
Gary Stewart Caffeine, Nicotine, Benzedrine You’re Not the Woman You Used to Be MCA
Waylon Jennings Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town The Best of Waylon Jennings RCA
Tommy Collins If You Can’t Bike, Don’t Growl The Dynamic Tommy Collins Columbia Records
Red Meat Midwest Blues Alameda County Line Ranchero Records
Dave Alvin Kern River West of The West Yep Roc Records
Dave Alvin & the Guilty Women Nana and Jimi Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women Yep Roc
Ruby Dee & The Snakehandlers Make it Last North of Bakersfield Dionysus
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Show #218 – Digging Deep In The Vinyl Vault

Well that was fun! Our pals who host “Off the Cuff,” the program that follows “Bakersfield and Beyond” were impressed. They wondered where the hell we got all that music! It’s been awhile since any new vinyl was added to the collection, but for a time there were new country albums procured, and it is not that often that we dig so deeply into the stash. But tonight we did.

Vinyl is heavy, but it was schlepped into the studio this evening. We hope you enjoyed the show, and if not, and it is within 14 days of now, you can check out the archive HERE. I don’t often take the time to listen to a show again, but this one may be an exception!

Porter Wagoner
While we did not play this particular Ferlin Husky song, this is a cool one.
Dwight
Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
Eddy Arnold You Don’t Know Me Eddy Arnold Sing Them Again RCA
Porter Wagoner Howdy Neighbour, Howdy Country Giants Vol. 5 RCA
Wynn Stewart Half of This, Half of That The Songs of Wynn Stewart Capitol Records
Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen Truck Drivin’ man Hot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers Favorites MCA
Cal Lewis A Boy in Buckskin Cal Lewis Sings In Memory of Jim Reeves Diplomat
Judy Lynn I Lost My Wings Last Night Welcome to Columbia Country 20 Great Country Stars 20 Great Country Performances Columbia
Los Lobos a matter of time How Will The Wolf Survive? Slash
Merle Haggard Big City Big City CBS Inc
Hank Snow I’m Movin’ on The Golden Country & Western Hits RCA
The Lettermen Wichita Lineman A collector’s Limited Edition Round-Up Capitol
Buck Owens Kickin’ Our Hearts Around The Best of Buck Owens Capitol
The Byrds Truck Stop Girl (Untitled) /(Unissued) Columbia/Legacy
Lefty Frizzell The Long Black Veil Number Two Greatest Western Hits Columbia
Vern Gosdin Till the End Till The End Elektra
Ray Price Heartache by the Number Number Two Greatest Western Hits Columbia
Waylon Jennings Delta Dawn Ladies Love Outlaws RCA
Patsy Cline Walkin After Midnight Patsy Cline’s Greatest Hits MCA
Ferlin Husky Sea Sand Capitol Country Anniversary Album Capitol
Tex Ritter Big rock candy mountain Tumbling Tumbleweeds Reader’s Digest Music
Dwight Yoakam Dim Lights Thick Smoke Loud Music 3 Pears Warner Bros.
Johnny Seay Behind My Baby’s Bedroom Door Welcome to Columbia Country 20 Great Country Stars 20 Great Country Performances Columbia
Joe Maphis and others Give Me 40 Acres, The Great Figure 8 Race, Mumblin to Myself, Abilene, Maggie Blues, Country Music Time 25 Country Music Greats Starday
Slim Whitman Rhinestone Cowboy Tumbling Tumbleweeds RCA
Elvis Costello Why Don’t You Love Me (Like You Used to Do) Almost Blue Riviera Global Productions
Bobbie Gentry Son of a preacher man Round Up Capitol
Bonnie Owens I Let a Stranger Buy the Wine Capitol Country Anniversary Album Capitol
Jean Shepard Many Happy Hangovers to You Country Stars on TV Gusto Records
Gary Stewart You’re Not the Woman You Use to Be RCA Country Legends: Gary Stewart RLG/BMG Heritage
Bakersfield Boogie Boys Okie from Muskogee Bakersfield Boogie Boys Rhino Records
Waylon Jennings Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line The Best of Waylon Jennings RCA
Rank And File Amanda Ruth Sundown Slash Records
Ruby Dee & The Snakehandlers Make it Last North of Bakersfield Dionysus

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