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Thursday July 25th, 2013 with Chris Sharp
It Came Out Of Texas Pt 2

2nd part of May 16 Texas special(still on demand).The music of musicians and bands that were born, originated or moved to Texas will be featured.
First set-let's kick it off with a little Texas psych,some pop and a band that carried western swing's torch through the 70's and 80's.
I Need You
The Zakary Thaks - VA:Acid Dreams Testament(2009)
Smell of Incense
Southwest F.O.B. - Smell Of Incense(1968/2006)
You Know I've Got The Rest of My Life To Go
Circus Maximus - Circus Maximus(1967)
The Lost Gonzo Band - Thrills(1976)
Classical Gas
Mason Williams - The Mason Williams Phonograph Record(1968)
Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens
Asleep At The Wheel - Collision Course(1978)
The following musicians were born and bred in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
King Of The Road
Roger Miller - Golden Hits(1966)
Soul Serenade
King Curtis - Sweet Soul(1968)
Freddie King - The Best Of Freddie King(1993)
Michael Nesmith - Compilation(1973)
These bands were led by individuals who were born in Texas but based themselves musically in the San Francisco Bay area.
Hot Fun In The Summertime
Sly & The Family Stone - Greatest Hits(1970)
Feel The Need
Graham Central Station - Release Yourself(1974)
Try(Just A Little Bit Harder)
Kozmic Blues Band - Janis Joplin's Greatest Hits(1973)
Full-Lock Power Slide
Boz Scaggs - My Time(1972)
A set of tracks by Texas born musicians who had success in r&b music follows.
Hold Me Tight
Johnny Nash - VA:24 Power Hits(1969)
You Better Believe It Baby
Joe Tex - The Very Best Of Joe Tex(1988)
Billy Preston - I Wrote A Simple Song(1972)
If You Love Me Like You Say
Albert Collins - Frostbite(1980)
This set features more musicians from the Dallas-Fort Worth area with an introduction from Amirillo's own Joe Ely.
Joe Ely - Musta Notta Gotta Lotta(1980)
Diamond's Are A Girl's Best Friend
T-Bone Burnett - Trap Door(1982)
Take Me To The River
Delbert McClinton - The Jealous Kind(1980)
Long Way From Home
The Vaughan Brothers - Family Style(1990)
Can't talk about Texas without a nod to country music-Buck Owens helped develop the Bakersfield Sound and satirist/musician/activist Kinky Friedman migrated from Chicago.
Heartaches By The Number
Ray Price - Ray Price's Greatest Hits(1961)
Act Naturally
Buck Owens - 20 Greatest Hits(1977)
Would You Lay With Me(In A Field Of Stone)
Tanya Tucker - Greatest Hits(1975)
I Believe In You
Don Williams - I Believe In You(1980)
Harper Valley P.T.A.
Jeannie C. Riley - Harper Valley P.T.A.(1968)
We Reserve The Right To Refuse Service To You
Kinky Friedman - Sold American(1973)
We'll finish up with a few more individuals/bands born or originating in Texas.
Tape From California
Phil Ochs - Chords Of Fame(1974)
Sam Samudio - Sam:Hard and Heavy(1971)
Children's Heritage
Bloodrock - Bloodrock 2(1970)
That's The Law
Point Blank - Point Blank(1975)
Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoyed the show.
Interactive CKCU
I liked this show alot

8:44 PM, August 15th, 2013
Chris Sharp (host)
thank you-I liked it better than pt 1

11:17 AM, August 16th, 2013
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