Posts Tagged ‘country music’

Don’t Call Me A Tramp

October 24, 2020

“Don’t Call Me A Tramp,” recorded by Bonnie Sloan, 1954. Accompanied by Joe Maphis, Johnny Bond, Wesley Tuttle, Dick Stubbs, Fiddlin’ Kate, and other members of The Town Hall Gang, regulars on the Compton CA Town Hall Party radio show.

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Honky Tonk World

October 11, 2020

“Honky Tonk World,” written by Neal Burris and W. Hayes, recorded by Bonnie Sloan, 1955.

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I Like the Wide Open Spaces

October 10, 2020

“I Like the Wide Open Spaces,” written by Ken Murray, Royal Foster and Charles WIck, recorded by Hank Penny, from a 1951 radio broadcast..

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Heaven Is A Honky Tonk

September 27, 2020

“Heaven Is A Honky Tonk,” written by Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, and Ray LaMontagne, recorded by The Highwomen, 2019. Lead vocalists: Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, and guest Sheryl Crow.

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Heaven Has No Honky Tonk

September 27, 2020

“Heaven Has No Honky Tonk,” recorded by the Easley Family.

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Cowboy Boots

September 26, 2020

“Cowboy Boots,” written by Baker Knight, recorded by Dave Dudley, 1963.

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Bad News

September 20, 2020

“Bad News,” written by John D. Loudermilk, recorded by Johnny Cash, 1964.

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Boots and Blue Jeans

September 19, 2020

“Boots and Blue Jeans,” written and recorded by Boo Ray, 2013. Video by Daniel Henry & Price Harrison.

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Heaven Fell Last Night

September 13, 2020

“Heaven Fell Last Night,” written by John D. Loudermilk, recorded by The Whites, 2017

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Talk Back Tremblin’ Lips

September 12, 2020

“Talk Back Tremblin’ Lips,” written by John D. Loudermilk, recorded by Becky Hobbs, 2017. The tune was a big hit for Johnny Tillotson in 1963.

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