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CowTrails Oct 7,DJ Barbara Richhart. (mié, 10 oct 2018)
Barbara Richhart 32229 Rd.P Mancos,CO 81328 Western Belle of KSJD Dryland Community Radio Colorado    Bill Barwick    From Somewhere Out West When The Work’s All Done This Fall    Red Steagall    The Cowboy Code [Disc 1] Wagon Wheel Waltz    Ann Brown    Riding High Ole Faithful/The Last Round-up    Prickly Pair    Romance with the Range Shelly Winters Love    R.W. Hampton    Always In My Heart Before The Rain Turns To Snow    Andy Wilkinson    Storyteller, Part Two St. Olav’s Gate    Tom Russell    Old Songs Yet To Sing At The End Of A Long, Lonely Day    Don Edwards    West Of Yesterday Cut Loose The Horses    Rollie Stevens/Johnny Western    For Love and Cowboys Meet Me Tonight In Laredo    Marty Robbins    Under Western Skies [Disc 3] Over the San Luis    Chuck Pyle    Higher Ground…Songs of Colorado Desert Pete    Bar D Wranglers    Family Bible Across The Alley From The Alamo    Carolyn Martin    Wild West Texas Wind Girl Meets West    Mary Kaye    Take Me Back To Texas (Pro Cowboy Country Artists Awards Show Nominees Oct  13, 2018) Cowboy On The Loose    Royal Wade Kimes    Love Of A Cowboy Cowboy That Old Barn    Barry Ward    Coyotes & Cattle Colorado Horses    Dan Mccorison    Montana Moon Give A Boy A Rope    Ryan Fritz    Keeper Of The West I’ve Got A Feelin’ For You    Steel Horse Swing    Swing Time Baby God Loves Cowboys Too    Bob Corley    Buckles, Boots And Cowboy Roots Where the Ponies Come to Drink    The Prescotts – Jean & Gary    Satisfied Hearts Trail’s End    The High Country Cowboys    Cowboy    Country & Folk    High Country Cowboys Does anybody Need A Cowboy    Dawn Anita    Down On Wildhorse Creek Around My Heart, Joni Harms    Lucky 13 Diesel And Dust    Kristyn Harris    Down The Trail Majesty’s Song    Doug Figgs – Mikki Daniel    Thinkin Of You Cowgirl Blues    Jean Prescott    Givin Back #2 These Are My Favorite Years    Terry Brown    Teardrop Texas Makes Me Want To Dance    Donnie Poindexter    Cowboy Life Buckskin Gelding    Bob Marshall    Screen Door The Code   Hoyt Hughes    The Code South of Seguin    Dennis Jay Memories Of Today    Greg Hager    Cowboy Way ( Stepping Out of The Corral) He Won’t Ever Be Gone    Willie Nelson    God’s Problem Child Silver Wings    Merle Haggard    16 Biggest Hits This Is Our Time    David Frizzell, Merle Haggard, Gene Watson, Lacy J. Dalton, Crystal Gayle    Frizzell & Friends: This Is Our Time 16th Avenue    Lacy J. Dalton    Greatest Hits You’re The Reason God Made Oklahoma    David Frizzell    For The Love Of Country I Tell It Like It Used To Be    T. Graham Brown    Come As You Were Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue    Crystal Gayle Easy-Listening Gold A Bridge That Just Won’t Burn    Gene Watson    Great Country Don’t Touch Me    Jeannie Seely    101 Greatest Country Hits, Vol. 7: Country Nights Faded Love    Johnny Rodriguez, Lynn Anderson    Bob Wills A Tribute To Bob’s 100th Birthday Agent Orange    Kate Wolf    Give Yourself To Love Goin’ By The Book    Johnny Cash    The Mystery Of Life

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If That Ain't Country Oct 4 (Wayne Kemp - Wayne Kemp) (mar, 09 oct 2018)
Wayne Kemp - Wayne Kemp In this week's episode, we're celebrating the songwriting prowess of Wayne Kemp with his debut full-length album "Wayne Kemp" (1971). Few of country's best composer's could boast the way with words that this purveyor of hard country possessed, and he had handfuls of songs recorded by some of country's legends, as we explore in this week's episode. George Jones, Conway Twitty & George Strait were particular fans of Kemp-penned material, which is more of an endorsement than anyone in country music could hope to get. During his own recording career, Kemp never reached the heights he should have. He had long play albums out on Decca (our feature album), MCA and Door Knob but enjoyed only a few minor chart hits. His vocal style suited the material he excelled at writing: cheating and hurting songs, barroom and carousing anthems - all dripping with fiddle & steel, sorrow & triumph. From his days playing guitar for Patsy Cline, Red Sovine, Jones & Twitty - he must have picked up something along the way because our feature album features some of the best pure country music you could ever hope to hear in any era. Highlights include some of his own compositions in "Bar Room Habits", "Won't You Come Home (And Talk To A Stranger)" and the heartbroken "Who'll Turn Out The Lights" as well as a handy cover of Faron Young's hit (via Ray Griff) "Step Aside".

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