Panhandle Country

Panhandle Country – March 31, 2013 at 3:00pm

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Hillbilly Jaz
Panhandle Country
Hillbilly
Flying Fish
Rev. D.C. Rice
He Arose From The Dead
-Complete Works 1928-1930
Document
The Stanley Brothers
Cry From The Cross
1953-58
Bear Family
Ralph Stanley
I Am The Man Thomas
Cry From The Cross
Rebel
The Good Ol' Persons
Crossing The Cumberlands
Part of a Story
Kaleidoscope Records
Maddox Brother & Rose
Here Comes Peter Cotton Tail
Live- On The Radio
Arhoolie
talk
Ralph Stanley
I'll Pass Over Thee
Saturday Night Sunday Morning
Freedland
The Good Ol' Persons
Life's Too Short
a live recording om KPFA from 1983
Sue Draheim
dUBUQUE
Berkeley in the 60s
fieldrecorders collective
anyold time string band
californias blues
i bid you goodnight
arhoolie
Wade Blair & Sue Draheim
Don't Cha Gamble With Your Heart
Live At The Art House
Wade Blair
Sue Draheim
SAy Old Man
Berkeley in the 60
Field Collectors Collective
Any Old Time
Shady Grove
I Bid You Goodnight
Arhoolie
Front Country
Simpler Times
This IS Front Country
Front Country
Amber Digby
Another Way To Live
Another Way To Live
Heart of Texas
Keith Whitley
I Never Go Around Mirrors
Sad Songs and Waltzes
Rounder
Lefty Frizzell
That's The Way Love Goes
Life's Like Poety
Bear Family
Merle HAggard
I'll Break Out Tonight
Hag
Bear FAmily
Rose Maddox
Fried Potatoes
$35 and a Dream
Arhoolie
Paul Shelasky & His Musical Zombies
Rutabaga Boogie
`45 rpm record
Rutabaga Records
Halden Wofford & The Hi*Beams
Fat Boy Rag
Live! at Hodi's
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
Keep Knockin' (But You Can't Come In)
The Tiffany Transcriptions Vol. 7
Kaleidoscope Records
The Lucky Stars
Stay Out Late
Stay Out Late With The Lucky Stars
Fate
Merril Moore
House of Blue Lights
Boggie my blues away
Bear Family
buddy emmons
four or five times
sings bob wills
flying fish
Halden Wofford & The Hi*Beams
Highway 61 Revisted
Live! at Hodi's
CD baby

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