Monthly Archives: July 2018

Show #236 – Hitting Shuffle

After 9 years of Bakersfield & Beyond shows, we have a pretty good amount of curated playlists that we’ve compiled – 844 songs to be precise.  We took a liberty tonight by hitting shuffle on all 844 songs.  With one completely beyond exception, it was pretty good.  Ok, that one exception was pretty good too.  After all, who doesn’t want to be working for the weekend.

Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
Trevor McSpadden Can’t Believe You’re Happening to Me Let’s Fall Together Self Produced
The Hangdogs Alcohol of Fame Wallace ’48 Dualtone Music Group
Louden Wainwright III Dump The Dog Fame and Wealth Rounder Records
The Knitters I’ll Go Down Swinging The Modern Sounds of The Knitters Universal Music
Doyle Holly Sam’s Place Together Again OMS Records
Buddy Holly Oh Boy! The Definitive Collection; Buddy Holly Geffen/Decca
Glen Glenn Let Me Talk to You Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Loud Loud Music AMB
The Jazz Butcher Bakersfield The Jazz Butcher’s Free Lunch Rev-Ola
Son Volt Hearts and Minds Honky Tonk Rounder
Loverboy Working for the Weekend Get Lucky Columbia
Rocky Morgan and his Triple R Boys You Can’t Rope a Steer in a Taxi Swingbillies (Disk 1) Ace Records
Neil Young Southern Man After The Gold Rush Reprise
Sturgill Simpson Living the Dream Metamodern Sounds in Country Music Loose Music
Jessi Colter and Waylon Jennings Suspicious Minds Wanted! Outlaws BMG Entertainment
Wanda Jackson Half As Good a Girl The Best Of The Classic Capitol Singles Omnivore Recordings
The Sadies Empty the Chamber Tremendous Efforts Outside Music
Kris Kristofferson Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again) Artist Choice: Johnny Cash (Music That Matters To Him) Columbia/Legacy
Hank Williams III Smoke & Wine Straight to Hell Curb Records
The Band The Night They drove Old Dixie Down Greatest Hits Capitol
Neko Case Deep Red Bells Blacklisted Anti/Epitaph
Homer Joy I’m Not Drinking Enough Someday It’ll Be Country FSP First Stone Productions
Don Rich White Lightning Don Rich Sings George Jones Omnivore Recordings
Lefty Frizell Always Late with Your Kisses I Love You a Thousand Ways Mocking Bird
Red Simpson Hello I’m a Truck Hello I’m a Truck Gusto Records
Merle Haggard Mama Tried Hag – The Best of Merle Haggard Capitol Nashville
Glen Glenn Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Loud Loud Music Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Loud Loud Music AMB
Buck Owens Before You Go 21 #1 Hits Rhino Records
JP Harris and the Tough Choices I’m Stayin’ Here I’ll Keep Calling Cow Island Music
Ruby Dee & The Snakehandlers Make it Last North of Bakersfield Dionysus
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Show #235 – Nodding Off

Dictionaries say: a nod to/towards something is a a sign that someone is aware of or wants to recognize the influence or importance of something.

There are a lot of nods to the Bakersfield Sound which is one of the things that makes doing this show so much fun. You can chase influences down rabbit holes all day long. But last night there was some real nodding going off in Studio A at KWMR. Mike has been busy with a new order of Black Mtn. Cycles Monster Cross and Road Plus Frames, which were delivered to Point Reyes yesterday. He actually nodded off during the show.

One of the colors of the frames is a nod to Porsche from the days of old. And nodding can be a sign that you agree. We tend to agree on which song to play pretty often on Bakersfield and Beyond.

The show had a more mellow feel to it for the most part, but we still threw in Powderfinger, a great Neil Young tune, performed by the Beat Farmers. Such a great version. And we had to crank that one up, maybe you did, too.

If you like Bakersfield and Beyond, be sure to check out Highway of Heartaches this coming Tuesday at 8:30pm on KWMR. Smelley Kelley and Owen Bly host the show. Smelley is the frontman for Red Meat. They will be playing at a fun concert that KWMR is co-producing with Renee and Irish Greg. The Haggards will open the show, and DJ Barbarella (No Bad Vibes) will be spinning some tracks. And our pal Robert Price will be there with his book about the Bakersfield Sound. August 12th, Sunday – at Love Field under the parachute. We thank Parachute Days for hosting us! See you there!

Speaking of people named Mike, we had a request from one, and we could not find the exact track he wanted to hear, except on Youtube. We did find a version of the tune from the newly released album from Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore’s new album Downey to Lubbock. Here’s the request. And here’s a link to the archive that will be up for 14 days from 7/12.

Artist Cut Album Label
Tim Hus Bakersfield Music Bushpilot Buckaroo Stony Plain Records
Dwight Yoakam Pretty Horses Single Reprise
Dwight Yoakam Then Here Came Monday Single Reprise
Lloyd Green and Jay Dee Maness You Ain’t Goin Nowhere Journey to the Beginning Coastal Bend
The Byrds You Don’t Miss Your Water Sweetheart of The Rodeo Columbia/Legacy
Gram Parsons Streets of Baltimore GP / Grievous Angel Warner 1061
The Mavericks Hot Burrito #1 Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons Almo
The Mavericks Here Comes the Rain 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of the Mavericks MCA Nashville
The Golden Cadillacs California Lotto The Golden Cadillacs The Golden Cadillacs
Dave Gleason The Rails Don’t Run Here Turn and Fade 326 Records
Big House Never Ending Train Never Ending Train Big House Records
Dave Alvin And The Guilty Women These Times We Are Living In Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women Yep Rock
Tom Russell Tramps & Hawkers The Rose of the San Joaquin HIGHTONE
RJ Jones Ozark Mountain Lullaby Bakersfield Neon Country Self Produced
Buck Owens Swinging Doors Honky Tonk Man: Buck Sings Country Classics Omnivore Recordings
Merle Haggard Workin’ Man Blues The Complete ’60s Capitol Singles Omnivore
Merle Haggard Silver wings Merle Haggard, The Complete ’60’s Capitol Singles Omnivore Recordings
Wanda Jackson Cool Love Vintage Collections Nashville Catalog
George Jones Wrong Number The Complete United Artists Solo Singles Omnivore Recordings
Patsy Montana Little Shoes Patsy Montana Inducted Into The Hall of Fame 1996 King Records
Dee Mize Just Leave My World Alone Bakersfield Rebels Ace Records
Bob Ehret Stop the Clock The Other Side of Bakersfield, Vol. 2 1950S & 60S Boppers and Rockers from ‘Nashville West’ Bear Family Records GmbH
Buck Owens I’m Walking the Dog Honky Tonk Man: Buck Sings Country Classics Omnivore Recordings
Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore Deportee (Plane Wreck at los Gatos) Downey to Lubbock Yep Roc
The Rolling Stones Torn & Frayed Exile on Main Street Virgin Records
Lone Justice Ways to Be Wicked Lone Justice Geffen Records
Beat Farmers Powderfinger Tales of the New West Rhino
The Sadies The Curdled Journey Favourite Colours Yep Roc
Ruby Dee & The Snakehandlers Make it Last North of Bakersfield Dionysus

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