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Salt Creek Show Playlist, June 6

Hi folks. Today's prerecorded show relied on two collections that are well worth having. The first is "Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Hillbilly Music," a definitive collection of honky-tonk singles by the German label Bear Family. The second is "Broadcasts," an annual series of live in-studio performances by station KGSR in Austin, TX (which has since changed its format and ended the series). Thanks for listening.


Hour One: Name/Artist/ Album

Flint Hill Special/ Flatt & Scruggs/ Foggy Mountain Jamboree

Heartaches By The Number/ Rosanne Cash/ The List

Old Five and Dimers/ Emmylou Harris/ Old Five and Dimers Like Me

Radio Operator/ Rosanne Cash/ KGSR Vol. 14

Willie Nelson/ It Always Will Be/ KGSR Vol. 13

Morning Is My Destination/ Tift Merritt/ KGSR V. 17

Sweetest Waste Of Time/ Kasey Chambers/ Rattlin' Bones

I Will Rise Up/ Ain't No More Cane/ Lyle Lovett/ It's Not Big It's Large

Ft. Worth Blues/ Steve Earle/ KGSR V. 17

On Saturday Night/ Lyle Lovett/ My Baby Don't Tolerate

I Still Miss Someone/ Martina McBride/ Timeless

Heartaches By The Number/ Ray Price/ Ray Price

Blackhawk/ Emmylou Harris/ KGSR V. 4

Long Black Veil/ Rosanne Cash/ The List

Take These Chains From My Heart/ John Doe & The Sadies/ Country Club

The Right Place/ Derailers/ Full Western Dress

Hour 2: From "Dim Lights, Thick Smoke" (Bear Family)

Wine, Women and Song/ Loretta Lynn/ 1964

Heartbreak USA/ Kitty Wells/ 1961

City Lights/ Ray Price/ 1958

Why Baby Why/ George Jones/ 1955

Before You Go/ Buck Owens/ 1965

Thanks A Lot/ Ernest Tubb/ 1963

Country Girl/ Faron Young/ 1959

My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You/ Ray Price/ 1957

Wild Side Of Life/ Hank Thompson/ 1952

It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels/ Kitty Wells/ 1952

I'll Go On Alone/ Marty Robbins/ 1953

Once A Day / Connie Smith/ 1964

Slowly/ Webb Pierce/ 1954

Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello/ Ernest Tubb/ 1949

Just One More/ George Jones/ 1956

Po' Folks / Bill Anderson/ 1961

Success / Loretta Lynn/ 1962

A Satisfied Mind/ Porter Wagoner/ 1955

Alone With You/ Faron Young/ 1958

We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds/ George Jones & Melba Montgomery/ 1963

(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers/ Merle Haggard/ 1965

Amigo's Guitar / Kitty Wells/ 1959

8:00 am (approximate)

Out On The Town/ Buckwheat Zydeco/ Trouble

Waxia/ Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys/ Dominos

We're the Time Jumpers/ The Time Jumpers

Sit and Drink and Cry/ Dale Watson/ Live at The Big T Roadhouse

Holding Up The Sky/ Buddy & Julie Miller/ Buddy And Julie Miller

Long I Ride/ Robbie Fulks/ Gone Away Backward

Box Full Of Letters/ Wilco/ A.M.

Joy/ Lucinda Williams/ Crazy Heart

The Ballad Of The Kingsmen/ Todd Snider/ KGSR Vol. 17

Mama Tried/ Rhonda Vincent/

My Father's Son/ Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder/ Brand New Strings

My Dirty Life And Times/ John McEuen/ Made In Brooklyn

Bottle of Tears (Gospel Track)/ Unknown/

Nobody Wants To Go To The Moon Anymore/ Kelly Willis/ KGSR Vol. 15

Home To Houston/ Steve Earle/ KGSR Vol. 13

Lift Your Leg/ Joe Ely/ Man Of Somebody's Dreams: Chris Gaffney

Sex And Gasoline/ Rodney Crowell/ Sex & Gasoline

9:00 AM

I Told Her Lies/ Robbie Fulks/ South Mouth

Conversation With The Devil/ Ray Wylie Hubbard/ KGSR Vol 07 (1999)

Exit 109`/ Dale Watson/ Americana the Beautiful

Working in Tennessee/ Merle Haggard/ Working in Tennessee

Key Chain/ Slaid Cleaves/ Sorrow & Smoke

What Would Willie Do/ Bruce Robison/ KGSR Vol 10 (2002)

Three Days Straight/ Ray Wylie Hubbard/ KGSR Vol 9

All Just To Get To You/ Joe Ely/ Live @ Antone's

Dallas/ The Flatlanders/ KGSR Vol 08 (2000)

Under Your Spell Again/ Buck Owens/ Act Naturally

I Push Right Over/ Robbie Fulks/ South Mouth

My Wife Thinks You're Dead/ Junior Brown/ Guit With It

Cash On The Barrelhead/ Louvin Brothers/ Close Harmony

Sea Of Heartbreak / Don Gibson/ Dim Lights, Thick Smoke 1961

Howlin' At The Moon/ Hank Williams/ The Complete Hank Williams

Steve Brooks/ I'll Take You Home/ I’ll Take You Home

Gentle on My Mind/ Robert Ellis & Courtney Hartman/ Dear John



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