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The Back 40
Saturday July 21st, 2012 with RAY HARRIS (sitting in for Ron Moores)

A real mixed bag - some live Kentucky Colonels featuring Clarence White, a chat with Al Schutt about the Palmer Rapids Twin Music Festivals that takes place on July 26-29 in Palmer Rapids, ON., something from the late Kitty Wells and her equally late husband Johnny Wright, and this & that & the other thing... you gotta tune in to find out!
Pete, The Best Coon Dog In The State Of Tennessee
JIMMY MARTIN - 20 Greatest Hits - Gusto Deluxe
Poison Love
JOHNNY & JACK - Best Of The best Of The Duos - Federal
The Wild Side Of Life
HANK THOMPSON - Vintage Collections - Capitol
It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
KITTY WELLS - Famous Original Hits
Wildwood Flower Blues
CONCESSION 23 - Wandering Steps Canadian
plug Sand Road Bluegrass Festival(near Cornwall) Ron Moores is emceeing
www.sandroadbluegrassfestival.com/
Fire On The Mountain
THE KENTUCKY COLONELS - Livin' In The Past - Briar
If You're Ever Gonna Love Me
THE KENTUCKY COLONELS - Livin' In The Past - Briar
Julius Finkbine's Rag
THE KENTUCKY COLONELS - Livin' In The Past - Briar
Dark Hollow
THE KENTUCKY COLONELS - Livin' In The Past - Briar
He Said If I Be Lifted Up
THE KENTUCKY COLONELS - Livin' In The Past - Briar
Memphis Special
THE KENTUCKY COLONELS - Livin' In The Past - Briar
Shuckin' The Corn
THE KENTUCKY COLONELS - Livin' In The Past - Briar
A Far Cry From Lester And Earl
JUNIOR SISK & RAMBLER'S CHOICE - from Youtube
Chat with Al Schutt about the Palmer Rapids Twin Music Festivals that takes place on July 26-29 in Palmer Rapids, ON www.palmerrapids.ca
(Ron Moores is Sunday host on the Bluegrass Stage)
I'm Gonna Love You Like Theres No Tomorrow
Junior Barber & Beartracks - from Youtube.
Dixie Breakdown
FLYING BURRITO BROS. - Last Of The Red Hot Burritos - A&M
Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
FLYING BURRITO BROS. - Last Of The Red Hot Burritos - A&M
Orange Blossom Special
FLYING BURRITO BROS. - Last Of The Red Hot Burritos - A&M
Interactive CKCU
Nicolette
It is great to see someone playing Kentucky Colonels material. What is interesting, too, is that Roger Bush, the bass player, was in the Country Gazette, the band that went over as part of the Flying Burrito Brothers to Europe and with their bluegrass interlude in the FBB set made bluegrass so popular over there. By the time the New Kentucky Colonels came over in 1973, Europe was ready for more excellent bluegrass, and they were very well received.

12:25 PM, July 21st, 2012
Nicolette
I see that you are planning to play "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down" by the Country Gazette part of the Flying Burrito Brothers. Was that song very popular in the US? It was a big hit in Holland, and in some of the other European countries it did quite well, too. Just curious.

12:46 PM, July 21st, 2012
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