Today, another deep dig through the archives as I sift through and pull out some albums and artists that we haven’t heard in some time (or perhaps ever.) You’d think that the warm, fuzzy feelings surrounding Christmas time would lead to pulling out some positive, family-friendly fare, but remember, this is not your “normal” radio! Instead, we take a trip straight through the gutter with some of the most offensive and ridiculous songs we’ve ever aired. These are songs that would even make T-Bar blush! Is Lucy still listening? Probably not, after this show!
Artist – Title – Album
The Handsome Family – So Much Wine – In the Air
Bottleneck – Late Nights, Early Mornings – Late Nights, Early Mornings
Daniel Lanois – The Messenger – For The Beauty Of Wynona
Dave Alvin – Rio Grande – Ashgrove
John Doe – Don’t Forget How Much I Love You – Keeper
Hoots & Hellmouth – This Hand Is A Mighty Hand – Hoots & Hellmouth
Mojo Nixon – Redneck Rampage – !Sock Ray Blue!
The Beat Farmers – Lakeside Trailer Park – Viking Lullabys
Rodney Carrington – Don’t Look Now – Nut Sack
Kinky Friedman – Ol’ Ben Lucas – Last of the Jewish Cowboys: The Best of Kinky Friedman
Asylum Street Spankers – Beer – What? And Give Up Show Biz?
Tom T. Hall – I Like Beer – The Definitive Collection
Hoofbeats – Put Your Toque On, Eh! – Songs of the Future by The Tomorrow Collective
Daniel Jordan and Sheena Rattai – Twenty Something Sentry Man – Songs of the Future by The Tomorrow Collective
Chris Neufeld – Told A Joke – Colorado Low
The Brothers Creeggan – Ali Baba’s – Sleepyhead
Matinee – Let Her Go – We Swore We’d See The Sunrise
The John Henrys – Little One – White Linen
Wilco – Pick Up The Change – A.M.
Son Volt – Tear Stained Eye – Trace
Uncle Tupelo – Sandusky – March 16-20 1992
Tim O’Brien – Kick Me When I’m Down – When No One’s Around
Great Speckled Bird – New Truckers Cafe – Great Speckled Bird