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Thursday July 6th, 2017 with Chris Sharp
Instrumentals/musicians native to Kentucky

Tonight's show features instrumentals tracks in the first hour and music by bands and musicians native to Kentucky in the second hour.
We open with some classic instrumental music.
Rupert's Travels
Gun - Gun(1968)
Audience - The House On The Hill(1971)
Classical gas
Mason Williams - The Mason Williams Phonograph Record(1968)
Love Is Blue
Paul Mauriat & his orchestra - Blooming Hits(1968)
Apricot Brandy
Rhinoceros - Rhinoseros(1968)
Stone Fox Chase
Area Code 615 - Trip In The Country(1970)
Last Date
Floyd Cramer - All of My Best(1980)
A couple of listener requests and more classic instrumentals shape the next set of music.
Tijuana Taxi
Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass - Foursider(1973)
Spirit of The North
Cano - Spirit of The North(1980) Canadian
Whipped Cream
Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass - Whipped Cream and Otrher Delights(1965)
Electric Indian - VA: Juke Box Hits of 1969 Vol. 1(2000)
Peter Gunn
Henry Mancini and His Orchestra - VA:The Best of The Best Of(1965)
Midnight To Moscow
Kenny Ball - VA:Mellow Moments(1977)
Next up: musicians and bands native to Kentucky, country music dominates this set and it starts with another one more classic instrumental,
Yakety Sax
Boots Randolph - Boot's Randolph's Yakety Sax(1963)
Fast Moving Night Train
Grandpa Jones - Mountain Dew(1962)
I Miss A Lot of Trains
Tom T. Hall - Tom T. Hall's Greatest Hits(1972)
T For Texas
Grandpa Jones - VA:Country Hall of Fame Vol. 2(1966)
That's How I Got To Memphis
Tom T. Hall - Tom T. Hall's Greatest Hits(1972)
Rated X
Loretta Lynn - Twenty Greatest Hits(1990)
The End of The World
Skeeter Davis - The Best of Skeeter Davis(1966)
Chatanooga Shoe Shine Boy
Red Foley - The Red Foley Story(1964)
Harlan County
Jim Ford - The Sounds of Our Time(1969/2007)
Dr. Handy's Dandy Candy
Jim Ford - The Sounds of Our Time(1969/2007)
Working My Way To L.A.
Jim Ford - The Sounds of Our Time(1969/2007)
Out of Hand
Gary Stewart - Gary's Greatest(1981)
We finish off the show with jazz and rhythm and blues music by musicians native to Kentucky. Kentucky born Harvey Fuqua wrote and sang most of the early hits for the Moonglows before helping Berry Gordy start up the Motown label, he also was instrumental in forming the Nite-Liters.
Ten Commandments of Love
The Moonglows(Harvey Fuqua) - Their Greatest Hits(2002)
On The Street Where You Live
Jonah Jones - Muted Jazz(1957)
Be My Life's Companion
Rosemary Clooney - In High Fidelity(1959)
Love Is Strange
Mickey (Baker) and Sylvia - Do It Again(1973)
Mickey Baker - The Wildest Guitar!(1959/1986)
Put A Little Love In Your Heart
Jackie DeShannon - Put A Little Love In Your Heart(1969)
Compared To What
Les McCann & Eddie Harris - VA: Soul Hits of The 70's vol. 7(1991)
The Nite-Liters - Golden Classics(1991)
Thank you for listening. Next show broadcasts July 20.
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