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Thursday October 15th, 2015 with Chris Sharp
Vectoring Virginia

Tonight's show features musicians native to Virginia.
We open with country musicians native to Virginia.Tommy Boyce was part of the Boyce and Hart writing team that wrote a number of hits for The Monkees.
Walkin' After Midnight
Patsy Cline - 12 Greatest Hits(1988)
Worried Man Blues
The Carter Family - The Famous Carter Family(1963)
If I Were A Carpenter
June Carter w/Johnny Cash - The Best of Johnny Cash(1976)
Flowers On The Wall
The Statler Brothers - Flowers On The Wall(1966)
Riders In The Sky
Roy Clark - Greatest Hits(1975)
Ooh Las Vegas
Emmylou Harris - Elite Hotel(1975)
Right or Wrong
Ronnie Dove - The Best of Ronnie Dove(1966)
I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight
Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart - The Anthology(1995)
Next up:some Virginian r'n'b musicians.Clarence Clemons was a member of the E Street Band and led his own band in the early to mid 80's.Pearl Bailey,Ruth Brown and Keely Smith were very successful in the 50's,playing major night clubs all over the U.S.
Jump Start My Heart
Clarence Clemons and The red Bank Rockers - Rescue(1983)
You Can Be Replaced
Pearl Bailey - Pearl Bailey Sings for Adults Only(1959)
Lucky Lips
Ruth Brown - VA:Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Vol 3(1985)
The Lip
Keely Smith w/ Louis Prima - Louis Prima Collector's Series(1991)
Resurrection Shuffle
Clarence Clemons And The Red Bank Rockers - Rescue(1983)
Gene Vincent was an important early rock pioneer.After a serious accident(in which Eddie Cochran lost his life) while travelling in the U.K. Vincent would have problems with pain killers and alcohol which eventually cut his life short.That did not stop him from making some great music in the late 60's/early 70's that very few people heard.
Gene Vincent - The Very Best of Gene Vincent(1995)
Gene Vincent - same
Crazy Legs
Gene Vincent - same
Ain't That Too Much
Gene Vincent - Born To Be A Rollin' Stone:The Challenge Sessions 1966-1968(2008)
Lonely Street
Gene Vincent - same
Poor Man's Prison
Gene Vincent - same
The Day The World Turned Blue
Gene Vincent - The Day The World Turned Blue(1971)
Boppin' The Blues
Gene Vincent - same
There Is Something On Your Mind
Gene Vincent - same
Virginia native General Norman Johnson was a great songwriter and had major success on the Invictus label, co-writing and singing lead vocals on several hits in the early 70's with Chairmen of The Board.
It Will Stand
The Showmen - VA:Rock Lives(1969)
Give Me Just a Little More Time
Chairmen of The Board - Give Me Just A Little More Time(1970)
Chairmen of The Board - same
Pay To The Piper
Chairmen of The Board - In Session(1971)
Everything's Tuesday
Chairmen of The Board - same
Elmo James
Chairmen of The Board - Bittersweet(1972)
After releasing singles in the 50's and 60's to marginal sales and a short stint at Atlantic records as a producer Jerry Williams Jr. invented his Swamp Dogg persona and released a series of excellent soul albums with a message in the 70's.He eventually formed his own label to market his music.
If You Ask Me
Jerry Williams Jr. - A.K.A. Swamp Dogg:Swamp's Things(2000)
The World Beyond
Swamp Dogg - Total Destruction To Your Mind(1970)
Remember I Said Tomorrow
Swamp Dogg - Rat On!(1971)
Synthetic World
Swamp Dogg - Total Destruction To Your Mind(1970)
Do You Believe
Swamp Dogg - Rat On!(1971)
Total Destruction To Your Mind
Swamp Dogg - Total Destruction To Your Mind(1970)
Thank you for listening.Next show broadcasts Oct 29.
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12:05 AM, October 15th, 2015
Hey Dad

1:10 AM, October 15th, 2015
hey lefty

1:26 AM, October 15th, 2015
i love this song

1:30 AM, October 15th, 2015
which one

1:38 AM, October 15th, 2015
you mean patches?

1:49 AM, October 15th, 2015
always love patches, but I was talking about give me just a little more time

1:52 AM, October 15th, 2015
great one too

1:55 AM, October 15th, 2015

1:59 AM, October 15th, 2015
I didn't know pearl bailey was from Virginia interesting great to hear these artists again loved the show mom

12:04 PM, October 24th, 2015
glad you liked it

1:22 PM, October 24th, 2015