#35 Radio Show – July 5, 2010, Celebrating American Music

Here’s this weeks show which paid tribute, 1 day late, to the music of America, old and new.

from the other side of the mirror, koop radio

The show is called “From the Other Side of the Mirror” and is broadcast every Monday at between 9-10am. You can find KOOP radio at 91.7 Fm in the Austin area, or stream it online at http://www.koop.org  If you miss the show, please email me and I will be happy to send you a recording.

1. Kentucky Blues – Little Hat Jones

2. Colorado Girl – Townes Van Zandt

3. Kansas City Stomps – Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers

4. Salt Pork, West Virginia – Louis Jordan

5. Pennsylvania 6-5000 – Glenn Miller and His Orchestra

6. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man – Loretta Lynn

7. Good Old Oklahoma – Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys

8. Tennessee Stud – Johnny Cash

9. Georgia On My Mind – Gene Krupa & Anita O’Day

10. Stars Fell On Alabama – Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong

11. Arkansas State Prison – Bobby Womack

12. Going to Louisiana – Champion Jack Dupree

13. There’s A Little Bit Of Everything In Texas – Ernest Tubb

14. Going To California – Irene Kral

15. God Bless America – Rufus Thomas

16. America The Beautiful – Ray Charles

Link to all archived shows

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~ by john on July 5, 2010.

2 Responses to “#35 Radio Show – July 5, 2010, Celebrating American Music”

  1. Too bad this isn’t a podcast. It sounds like something I would enjoy.

  2. Bob, Thanks for stopping, you can listen to the show here. Under our license am not allowed to rebroadcast, bit am ok to send to you individual show recordings.

    [audio src="https://jt1anglais.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/american-tribute-july-5.mp3" /]

    Cheers!

    John Turner

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