Monthly Archives: July 2010

Recap and playlist from July 22, 2010

Having a show every two weeks sure makes the year go by fast.  It’s almost August and it feels like the year has just barely gotten started.  Never bored, though!  We had a fun time spinning some tunes.  There is an Iris Dement concert coming up on Saturday at McNear’s Mystic Theater in Petaluma so we played a set of Iris.  It was also Don Henley’s birthday, which promted a Don Henley/Eagles set.  There’s a big connection between the Eagles, The Byrds, Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman….that we will explore in depth on a future show.

This is an incredible clip of The Rolling Stones listening to their recording of Wild Horses, which was also recorded by Gram Parsons.  In fact, I think I’m only going to put up Wild Horses clips today.

Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
Buck Owens Waitin’ In Your Welfare Line Buck Owens: 21 #1 Hits: The Ultimate Collection Rhino/Warner Bros.
Ray Price What’s Come Over My Baby Welcome to Columbia Country Columbia Records
Gilbeau & Parsons Sweet Suzannah Louisiana Rain Big Beat
Iris DeMent Childhood Memories My Life Warner Bros.
Iris DeMent He Reached Down Lifeline Flariella Records
Iris DeMent Wasteland of the Free The Way I Should Warner Brothers
The Flying Burrito Brothers Sin City Country & West Coast: The Birth of Country Rock Big Beat Records
The Flying Burrito Brothers Wild Horses The Gram Parsons Anthology Rhino Records
Gram Parson Ooh las Vegas The Gram Parsons Anthology Rhino Records
The Eagles Ol’ 55 On The Border Electra/Asylum
Don Henley Everything Is Different Now The Best of Don Henley Geffen Records
Nicki Bluhm Keep It Loose Toby’s Song reapandsow, Inc.
Ian Jones That’s When I Think of You Lost Highway Thin Silver Records
Marty Robbins I’ll Have to Make Some Changes Welcome To Columbia Country Columbia Records
Fatt Katt & The Von Zippers Lizzy That Bakerbilly Sound Fatt Katt Music
Dave Alvin And The Guilty Women California’s Burning Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women Yep Roc
Wynn Stewart Half of This, Half of That The Songs of Wynn Stewart Capitol
Jan Howard I Wish I Was A Single Girl Again Swing West – Vol. 1 Bakersfield RAZOR AND TIE
Red Meat Cry a Little Bit 13 Ranchero Records
Merle Haggard Living With The Shades Pulled Up Hag: The Best of Merle Haggard Capitol Records
Merle Haggard Leonard 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection MCA Nashville
Hank Cochran Make The World Go Away Honeysuckle Rose Columbia/Legacy
John Doe & The Sadies Stop The World And Let Me Off Country Club Yep Roc
Ruby Dee and the Snakehandlers Don’t Need A Man Miles from Home Dionysus Records
Gary Stewart Backslider’s Wine The Essential Gary Stewart bmg
Ruby Dee and the Snakehandlers Make It Last North of Bakersfield Dionysus

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Recap of July 8 show

When you have a show every two weeks, the months just seem to fly by.  Yep, another two weeks have passed and it’s time to post up a recap of last night’s show with the playlist.  We played a few sets by artists who are going to be performing locally.  Dave Gleason and Rosie Flores are playing tonight at Rancho Nicasio, just up the road from the KWMR headquarters in Point Reyes Station.  We also gave away a pair of tickets to a lucky caller who will see Rosie play up north a bit in Sebastopol at Studio E tomorrow night.  We also played a great selection of Ian Jones from the Jones Family Fortune.  Ian will be playing a live acoustic set in Point Reyes Station at the Station House Cafe next Thursday, July 15.  All in all, it was a fun show and we hope listeners enjoyed it as much as we do.

This one’s for our good friend Dr. BLT – Sky Saxon w/ Dave Gleason on guitar.

Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
Jimmie Dolan & His Texas Ramblers One Million Railroad Ties from Home Swingbillies – Hillbilly & Western Swing ace
The Farmer Boys Humdinger Swing West – Vol 1 – Bakersfield RAZOR AND TIE
The Maddox Brothers and Rose Dark as the Dungeon America’s Most Colorful Hillbilly Band – Vol. 1 Arhoolie Records
Johnny Darrell Willin Country & West Coast The Birth of Country Rock Big Beat
Rosie Flores Chauffeur Girl of the Century Bloodshot
Rosie Flores Hot Dog Speed of Sound Eminent Records
Rosie Flores Love and Danger Bandera Highway HIGHTONE
Dave Gleason Just Fall to Pieces Just Fall to Pieces Well Worn Records
Dave Gleason Some New Someone Dave Gleason’s Wasted Days Well Worn Records
Dave Gleason Radio 1965 Turn and Fade 326 Records
Jones Family Fortune Somewhere Down in California Self Thin Silver Records
Jones Family Fortune Come With Me Single Thin Silver Records
Jones Family Fortune Your Gone Single Thin Silver Records
Sal Sage & His Sage Gang Strawberry Roan Songs of the Old West self
Dwight Yoakam Bury Me Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. Warner Bros.
Lone Justice Soap, Soup and Salvation Lone Justice UMG Records
Beat Farmers Powderfinger Tales of the New West Rhino Entertainment
The Golden Cadillacs Miss El dorado The Golden Cadillacs self
Dave Howe Gone Yesterday A Face for Radio Dave Howe Music
Dr BLT Howe to Write a Country Song Single self
Blue Diamond Fillups In Your Wildest Dreams Single self
Buckaroo Bonet Mystery Train Single self
Merle Haggard Let’s Chase Each Other Around the Room The Essential Merle Haggard, the Epic Years Epic
Gram Parsons & the Fallen Angels California Cotton Fields Sacred Hearts and Fallen Angels, The Gram Parsons Anthology A&M Records
Ruby Dee and the Snakehandlers Make It Last North of Bakersfield Dionysus


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