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Ep. 468 - Moe Bandy - Cowboys Ain't Supposed To Cry

From Sean Hickey | Part of the If That Ain't Country series | 02:54:03

In this episode we're featuring a Moe Bandy album from the height of his solo success: "Cowboys Ain't Supposed To Cry" (1978). Before his duets with Janie Fricke and later Joe Stampley, Moe Bandy was doing what he does best - making hardcore traditional country music. This collection of songs shows Moe's influences in very plain fashion: channeling Hank Williams, Sr. in Weldon Myrick's steel licks and even covering two of Hank's hits - this is a country album, sure enough. Songs like "Cowboys Ain't Supposed To Cry" (Moe would know, he's in the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall Of Fame), "Up To Now I've Wanted Everything But You" and "All I Can Handle At Home" keep the toes tapping and the twang a-flowing.


HOUR 1: 58:00
1. Moe Bandy – Cowboys Ain’t Supposed To Cry (1978)
2. Sideline – Mountain Girl (2015)
3. Vern Gosdin – That Ole Silvertone (2008)
4. YOUTUBE REFLECTIONS: Merle Haggard – Workin’ Man Blues (1969)
5. Connie Smith – Holdin’ On (1965)
6. Ken Mellons – Jukebox Junkie (1994)
7. Faron Young – It’s Four In The Morning (1971)
8. George Strait – If You Ain’t Lovin’ (You Ain’t Livin’) (1987)
9. James O’Gwynn - You're Getting All Over Me (1962)
10. Mel Street – Smokey Mountain Memories (1975)
BUMPER: Buck Owens – Orange Blossom Special
11. Rhonda Vincent – Back On My Mind (2010)
12. Moe Bandy – All I Can Handle At Home (1978)
13. Moe Bandy – She Just Loved The Cheating Out Of Me (1978)
14. Vince Gill – Liza Jane (1991)
15. Webb Pierce – I Think Of You (1958)
16. Lawton Williams – Everything’s OK On The LBJ – Part 1 (1964)
17. Lawton Williams – Everything’s OK On The LBJ – Part 2 (1969)
18. Wayne Kemp – I Had A Talk With The Man (1973)
19. The Compton Brothers – Just A Dream Away (1970)
HOUR 2: 58:00
1. Ray Pillow – The Doors Of Love (1969)
2. AUSSIE INJECTION: Tracy Coster – Homestead Of My Dreams (2000s)
3. AUSSIE INJECTION: Stan Coster – I’ll Just Be A Drifter ‘Til I Die (1982)
4. David Paul Nowlin – West Of Rattlesnake Hill (2014)
5. Town Mountain – Shame On You (2008)
6. Moe Bandy – Why Don’t You Love Me (1978)
7. Moe Bandy – I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You (1978)
8. Mel Tillis – Pyramid Of Cans (1980)
9. Jesse Jones – Jack And Beer On The Side (2015)
BUMPER: Bob Wills – San Antonio Rose
10. Dick Curless – Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad (1970)
11. COUNTRY COVERS: Hank Locklin – Wabash Cannonball (1962)
12. COUNTRY COVERS: Karl Shiflett & Big Country – Take Me Back To Tulsa (2012)
13. COUNTRY COVERS: Lynn Anderson – What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (1971)
14. SHOT OF STEEL: Ferlin Husky – Love Me Back Together (1973)
15. Cornell Hurd Band – Home To Texas (1994)
16. Moe Bandy – Up To Now I’ve Wanted Everything But You (1978)
17. Randy Travis – Card Carrying Fool (1990)
1. Joey + Rory – Tune Of A Twenty Dollar Bill
2. The Statler Brothers – Years Ago (1981)
3. Dailey & Vincent – Cumberland River
4. Bobby Bare – Detroit City (1963)
5. Joe Sun – Long Black Veil (with spoken intro) (1978)
6. Jamey Johnson – The Door Is Always Open
7. Mark Lee – ’67 Chevelle
BUMPER: Buck Owens – Orange Blossom Special
8. Alan Jackson – Small Town Southern Man
9. Jerry Reed – Guitar Man (1967)
10. Jerry Reed – Tupelo Mississippi Flash (1967)
11. Randy Travis – Everything I Own (Has Got A Dent)
12. Amber Digby – Let Me Be The Judge 
13. George Strait – Make Her Fall In Love With Me Song
14. Tony Booth – Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk

The Latin Alternative (Series)

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The Latin Alternative 2225

From WMHT | Part of the The Latin Alternative series | 59:01

Latinalt_small Join us for a Latin Dance Party! This week we spotlight songs that are sure to get your dance floor groove on, including music from Brownout, Willy Chirino, Trueno, Kinky, Camilo & El Alfa, Nortec Collective and more.

Folk Alley Episode #220915

From FreshGrass Foundation | Part of the Folk Alley series | 01:58:00

Folk Alley host Elena See presents an exciting, eclectic and intelligent mix of the best traditional folk, Americana, contemporary singer/songwriters, and roots music, from the latest releases, classics, and exclusive in-studio Folk Alley Sessions and live concert recordings. Two discreet hours each week. Available as a one- or two-hour program.

Folk_alley_radio_show_logo_240_191026__small This week on Folk Alley, join Elena See to say farewell to summer with music from Frazey Ford, Alison Brown, and John Prine; new music by Charley Crockett, The McCrary Sisters, John McCutcheon, Damn Tall Buildings, Nora Brown, and Watkins Family Hour; plus, favorites from Fotheringay, Rosanne Cash, Daniel Rodriguez, and much more.

In hour two, it's more new music from Darryl Purpose, Caleb Caudle, Liv Greene, I Draw Slow, and Melissa Carper; a previously unreleased Louvin Brothers cover from Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard; plus favorites from Emmylou Harris, Cassandra Wilson, Dave Alvin, Calexico and Iron & Wine, and much more.