Posts Tagged ‘honky tonk’

Pick Me Up On Your Way Down

November 30, 2019

“Pick Me Up On Your Way Down,” written by Harlan Howard, recorded by Charlie Walker, 1958.

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Close Up The Honky Tonks

November 24, 2019

“Close Up The Honky Tonks,” written (and originally recorded by) Red Simpson, interpreted by Buck Owens, 1964. Don Rich plays fiddle and electric guitar and sings harmony, and the pedal steel player is Jay McDonald. There are good versions of this tune by Charlie Walker, Buck Owens, Radney Foster, and Gram Parsons & the Flying Burrito Brothers.

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Honky Tonk Heart

November 16, 2019

“Honky Tonk Heart,” written by Johnny Neel and Lonnie Wilson, recorded by Keith Whitley, 1987. Paul Franklin, steel guitar.

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Cigarettes and Coffee Blues

October 13, 2019

“Cigarettes and Coffee Blues,” written by Marty Robbins, recorded by Lefty Frizzell, 1958.

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Must I Leave It There

July 28, 2019

“Must I Leave It There,” written by Sonny Burns and A.B. Oliver and recorded by Mr. Burns in 1964.

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I Left One On The Bar

July 14, 2019

“I Left One On The Bar,” written by Jim Fagan and recorded by Sonny Burns in 1968 but unissued.

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Devil’s Disciple

June 30, 2019

“Devil’s Disciple,” written by Johnny Bush and recorded by Sonny Burns, 1962. Jimmy Day, steel guitar.

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I Just Slipped Your Mind

June 22, 2019

“I Just Slipped Your Mind,” recorded by Sonny Burns, 1963.

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Last Christmas

December 28, 2018

“Last Christmas,” written by George Michael, arranged by Scott Bradlee for his Postmodern Jukebox.

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I’m Trimming My Christmas Tree With Teardrops

December 23, 2018

“I’m Trimming My Christmas Tree With Teardrops,” written by Ernest Tubb and Frank Team, recorded by Ernest Tubb and His Texas Troubadours in 1964.

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