Playlist 12-10-09

Another fun show in the bank.  Both Amanda and I had recently watched the Townes Van Zandt documentary Be Here To Love Me, so we played a TVZ set that included Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson and Steve Earle.  The influence of Townes on Steve Earle was so great, Steve named his son Justin Townes Earl.  The documentary was really good and I’d recommend it to anyone interested in musical figures.

Thanks to all who tuned in.

Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
Bob Wills Brain Cloudy Blues The Essential Bob Wills Capitol
Merle Haggard White Line Fever Hag, The Best of Merle Haggard Capitol
Gilbeau & Parsons Your Gentle Way of Loving Me Country & West Coast, the Birth of Country Rock Ace
Gary Stewart Roarin’ The Essential Gary Stewart BMG Entertainment
Fat Kat and the Von Zippers Darlin’ Cry for Me That Bakersfield Sound Fattkat Music
Buck Owens Waiting in Your Welfare Line 21 # Hits Rhino Records
Monsters of Folk Ahead of the Curve Monsters of Folk Shangrila Records
Tom Russell Tulare Dust Tulare Dust, a songwriters tribute to merle haggard Hightone Records
Lucinda Williams You Don’t Have Very Far to Go Tulare Dust, a songwriters tribute to merle haggard Hightone Records
Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson Pancho & Lefty Pancho & Lefty Sony
Steve Earle Lungs Townes New West
Townes Van Zandt Rake Be Here to Love Me Fat Possum Records
Townes Van Zandt Marie Be Here to Love Me Fat Possum Records
Gary Stewart Drinkin’ Thing The Essential Gary Stewart BMG Entertainment
The Spencers King and Queen of Fools Bakersfield Rebels Ace
Eddy Arnold Cattle Call The Golden Country & Western Hits RCA
Wanda Jackson Rockabilly Fever Heart Trouble CMH Records
77 El Deora Is This Going to Hurt Sirens Western Independent Recordings
Billy Joe Shaver Ramblin’ Fever Tulare Dust, a songwriters tribute to merle haggard Hightone
Dr. BLT It Never Snows on the Streets of Bakersfield Dr. BLT Self Produced Self Produced
Red Meat Marie 13 Ranchero Records
Red Meat Baby Beats Me the Best 13 Ranchero Records
Tom Phillips & The Men of Constant Sorrow Hit Every Honkey Tonk In Town Downtown Cowboy Independent
Dwight Yoakam Bury Me Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Warner Brothers
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