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Episode #31- Rockabilly, Country, Bluegrass & Old Time Records: “Too Many Taverns, Faulty Excuses & Good ‘Ol Mexican Beans‪”‬ The Old Dingy Jukebox

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Sit back and enjoy an episode featuring some of my favorite country style records. Early country, bluegrass, hillbilly, western swing, rockabilly, and old time music. We’re going to hit it all in this episode. Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. If you could be so kind, leave a review over at Apple podcasts as well as over at Spotify. Spotify has enabled a five star review system similar to Apple podcasts. Positive rankings sure do help the show. Also, go take a visit to the show's new website https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/home and have a look around. I appreciate the support.
Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy this episode of the Old Ding Jukebox: Country, Rockabilly and Hillbilly Records: “Too Many Taverns, Faulty Excuses & Good ‘Ol Mexican Beans”
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Glenn and Vivian Watson- “Just Keep On Going” BMC Records, 1959 (with Red Allen)Merle Travis- “If You Can’t Go Right, Don’t Go Wrong”  Live at Town Hall Party, 1958 Released on Sundazed Music, 2005Modern Mountaineers- “Pipe Liner’s Blues” Bluebird, 1940 (Moon Mullican)The Delta Sisters “Port Arthur Blues” Rooster Records 1980Art Rosenbaum and Al Murphy- “Callahan” Meadowlands 1972Donny Young (with Roger Miller) “High On This Mountain Top” Decca 1958 (Johnny Paycheck)SLO County Stumblers (feat. Laura Foxx) “Mexican Beans”> “Elzic’s Farewell” Self Produced 2022Luke Gordon “Mustache on a Cabbage Head” Quincy 1955King Sterling “Too Many Taverns” Starday 1956Art Rosenbaum “Drunken Sailor” (same as track 5)Merle Travis “Main Street Breakdown” Live At Town Hall Party 1958 released on Sundazed Music 2005Pat Conte “Been All Around This World” Folk Music of the United States, Jalopy Records 2010Red Allen & The Kentuckians “Trouble ‘Round My Door” Starday 1961Freddie Hart “Dig Boy” Columbia 1956Tommy Jarrell “John Henry” County Records 1974Lewis Tally & The Whackers “Ole What’s Her Name” Tally 1965Ken Hammock “Blue Guitar Jump” Dixie 1958Carl Perkins “Gone, Gone, Gone” Sun 1955



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Sit back and enjoy an episode featuring some of my favorite country style records. Early country, bluegrass, hillbilly, western swing, rockabilly, and old time music. We’re going to hit it all in this episode. Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. If you could be so kind, leave a review over at Apple podcasts as well as over at Spotify. Spotify has enabled a five star review system similar to Apple podcasts. Positive rankings sure do help the show. Also, go take a visit to the show's new website https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/home and have a look around. I appreciate the support.
Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy this episode of the Old Ding Jukebox: Country, Rockabilly and Hillbilly Records: “Too Many Taverns, Faulty Excuses & Good ‘Ol Mexican Beans”
Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US
Website: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/home
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcast

Instagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcast
E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.com


Glenn and Vivian Watson- “Just Keep On Going” BMC Records, 1959 (with Red Allen)Merle Travis- “If You Can’t Go Right, Don’t Go Wrong”  Live at Town Hall Party, 1958 Released on Sundazed Music, 2005Modern Mountaineers- “Pipe Liner’s Blues” Bluebird, 1940 (Moon Mullican)The Delta Sisters “Port Arthur Blues” Rooster Records 1980Art Rosenbaum and Al Murphy- “Callahan” Meadowlands 1972Donny Young (with Roger Miller) “High On This Mountain Top” Decca 1958 (Johnny Paycheck)SLO County Stumblers (feat. Laura Foxx) “Mexican Beans”> “Elzic’s Farewell” Self Produced 2022Luke Gordon “Mustache on a Cabbage Head” Quincy 1955King Sterling “Too Many Taverns” Starday 1956Art Rosenbaum “Drunken Sailor” (same as track 5)Merle Travis “Main Street Breakdown” Live At Town Hall Party 1958 released on Sundazed Music 2005Pat Conte “Been All Around This World” Folk Music of the United States, Jalopy Records 2010Red Allen & The Kentuckians “Trouble ‘Round My Door” Starday 1961Freddie Hart “Dig Boy” Columbia 1956Tommy Jarrell “John Henry” County Records 1974Lewis Tally & The Whackers “Ole What’s Her Name” Tally 1965Ken Hammock “Blue Guitar Jump” Dixie 1958Carl Perkins “Gone, Gone, Gone” Sun 1955



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1 hr 9 min