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Back to the Country (Music)

http://www.wortfm.org/music/folk/back-to-the-country/

With themes such as politics, work, home or around the music of a particular person, host Bill Malone puts emphasis on “classic” and “alternative” country music – what you can’t hear on Top 40 radio.

Wed Aug 15th 2018 9.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: central

10:43am

Webb Pierce “Honky Tonk Song”
composed by Mel Tillis - Buck Peddy
from Webb Pierce - King of the Honky-Tonk - From the Original Decca Master Tapes (MCA - Country Music Foundation 1994)

10:39am

Harry Choates “Louisiana Boogie”
composed by Harry Choates
from Devil in the Bayou - The Gold Star Recordings (Bear 2002)

10:34am

Jimmy Newman “La Bague Qui Brille”
composed by Traditional
from The Alligator Man (Rounder 1991)

10:32am

Werly Fairburn “Camping with Marie”
composed by W. Fairburn
from Werly Fairburn My Heart's On Fire: 1953-1959 (Bear 2011)

10:29am

The Chelette Sisters “Lovesville”
composed by Carol Tevis Single (NRC 1958)

10:26am

Goldie Hill “Say Big Boy”
composed by Tommy Hill/Slim Willet
from Fickle Heart (Cherished Records)

10:23am

Hank Williams “Mind Your Own Business”
composed by Hank Williams
from The Unreleased Recordings (Time-Life 2008)

10:19am

Cousin Emmy “Ruby”
composed by Cynthia May Carver
from Cousin Emmy and Her Kinfolk CD Album (Bear)

10:16am

Webb Pierce “Slowly”
composed by Webb Pierce - Tommy Hill
from Smithsonian Collection of Classic Country Music, Vol. 2 CD Comp (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 1993)

10:14am

Tillman Franks & His Rainbow Boys “Hayride Boogie”
composed by Webb Pierce - Buddy Attaway Single (Pacemaker 1951)

10:11am

The Mercer Brothers “It Ain't No Use”
composed by L. Polk - G. Willis Single (Columbia 1951)

10:08am

The Stanley Brothers “The Fields Have Turned Brown”
composed by C. Stanley
from The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers (Legacy/Columbia)

10:05am

Bailes Brothers “Dust on the Bible”
composed by W. Bailes - J. Bailes
from Oh So Many Years CD Album (Bear 2002)

10:02am

Jimmy Martin “Hold Whatcha Got”
composed by J. Martin
from Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys 1954-1974 [Disc 1] CD Album (Rounder)

9:57am

Goldie Hill & Justin Tubb “I Miss You So”
composed by Mundy - Mann - Nix Single (Decca 1954)

9:54am

George Jones “Why Baby Why”
composed by Darrell Edwards/George Jones
from Cup of Loneliness - The Classic Mercury Years CD (1994)

9:51am

Margaret Lewis “Full Grown Man”
composed by Margaret Lewis - Mira Smith
from Lonesome Bluebird - Margaret Lewis CD (Ace 1995)

9:48am

The Lonesome Drifter “No Loving, No Rocking Blues”
composed by James H. Wilson Single (K 1958)

9:41am

Rusty Kershaw & Doug Kershaw “Louisiana Man”
composed by Doug Kershaw
from Rusty & Doug Kershaw, Vol. I (Hickory Records (2009 Deal))

9:35am

Hank Williams “Jambalaya (on the Bayou)”
composed by Hank Williams
from The Legendary Hank Williams CD Comp (Heartland Music 1991)

9:33am

Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys “Ocean of Diamonds”
composed by Jimmy Martin
from Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys 1954-1974 [Disc 1] CD Album (Rounder)

9:27am

Cousin Emmy “I Wish I Was A Single Girl, Again”
composed by K. Harrell
from Cousin Emmy and Her Kinfolks (Bear 1947)

9:24am

George Jones “Treasure of Love”
composed by J.P. Richardson - G. Jones Single (Mercury 1958)

9:21am

Bailes Brothers “You Can't Go Half Way”
composed by T. Franks
from Oh So Many Years CD Album (Bear 2002)

9:17am

Grandpa Jones “Dear Old Sunny South by the Sea”
composed by Jimmie Rodgers CD (2002)

9:14am

Webb Pierce and His Sunshine Valley Boys “Heebie Jeebie Blues”
composed by Webb Pierce Single (Four Star 1949)

9:11am

Dick Hart and the Cowtown Hoedowners “Would It Make Any Difference”
composed by Richard Hart Single (Cowtown Hoedown 1957)

9:08am

Bill Nettles and His Dixie Blue Boys “Hadacol Boogie”
composed by W. Nettles (Mercury 1949)

9:05am

Rose Maddox “Turn Your Radio On”
composed by Albert E Brumley
from Hillbilly Jamboree (Ace 1998)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.