Podcast: November 25, 2018

Episode #767

A large part of this episode was inspired by a fine night of country music this weekend put together by Sean Burns of CKUW’s Boots & Saddle. We spun some of his special guests and some of the great classics covered on stage. We also got back into playing German requests, took a trip to Mexico, and spun some Steel Belted style roots-rock classics. Best of all, we were joined by co-host, Jeremy, The Whispering Ghost.


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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

Loudon Wainwright III – Surviving Twin – Surviving Twin
Gene Autry – Take Me Back to my Boots & Saddle – Back In the Saddle Again
Patsy Cline – I Fall to Pieces – Greatest Hits
Darrell Scott – You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive – Aloha From Nashville
Sol James – Here’s to Drinkin’ – Sol James – CDN – WPG
Skinny Dyck & Friends – Willow Tree (Shaela Miller) – Twenty One-Nighters – CDN

Mel Tillis – Mental Revenge – Stateside
John Prine – Spanish Pipedream – John Prine
Merle Haggard – I’m A Lonesome Fugitive – I’m A Lonesome Fugitive
Buck Owens – Streets of Bakersfield – Buck ‘Em! Volume 2: The Music Of Buck Owens (1967-1975)
Sean Burns – Big Freightliner – Music for Taverns, Bars, And Honky Tonks – CDN – WPG
Glen Hansard – Her Mercy – Didn’t He Ramble
Laura Gibson – Damn Sure – Empire Builder
Cat Clyde – The Meadow – Ivory Castanets
The Haden Triplets – Raining Raining – The Haden Triplets

Geoff Berner – Phoney Drawl – Canadiana Grotesquica – CDN
James Taylor – Mexico – Gorilla
Mia Sheard – Mexico Texaco – Reptilian – CDN
Gob Iron – Hills of Mexico – Death Songs for the Living
The Grapes of Wrath – Mexico – High Road – CDN

The Lowest of the Low – Letter from Bilbao – live recording – CDN
Skydiggers – Radio Waves – Road Radio – CDN
Junkhouse – Gimme the Love – Strays – CDN
Jim Bryson – Impaler – The Occasionals – CDN
Matthew Ryan – Heartache Weather – East Autumn Grin
Three O’Clock Train – It’s Not Worth It – Cuatro de Los Ángeles – CDN


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