Americas Back 40

Americas Back 40 – October 21, 2012 at 1:00pm



I Draw Slow
Hesitation Waltz
Robert Earl Keen
Young Lover's Waltz
No Kinda Dancer
Sarah Elizabeth Campbell
Waltz for You
A Little Tenderness
Red Foley
Peace in the Valley
Classic COuntry: A Smithsonian Collection
The Chieftains with The Decemberists
When the Ship Comes In
Voice of Ages
Abigail Washburn
City of Refuge
Glen Campbell
Wichita Lineman
20 Greatest Hits
Willis Alan Ramsey
The Ballad of Spider John
Willis Alan Ramsey
The Everly Brothers
Bowling Green
Heroes of Country Music
John Prine
C'est La Vie
Common Sense
Emmylou Harris/Mark Knopfler
Love and Happiness
All the Road Running
Iris deMent
Making My Way Back Home
Sing the Delta
Jim Lauderdale
Reason and Rhyme
Reason and Rhyme
Merle Haggard
I Take a Lot of Pride in what I Am
In the Country of Country
Kitty Wells
It Wasn't God Who made Honky Tonk Angels
In the Country of Country
Ernest Tubb
Walking the Floor Over You
Hillbilly Fever
Johnny Cash (with June)
Far Side Banks of Jordan
Keep on the Sunny Side
Marty Robbins
Ribbon of Darkness
Marty Robbins All-Time Greatest Hits
George Jones
The Grand Tour
Classic Country Music
Hank Snow and His Rainbow Ranch Boys
I'm Movin On
Classic Country Music
Webb Pierce
In the Jailhouse Now
Pee Wee King and His golden West Cowboys
Tennessee Waltz
Classic Country Music
Levon Helm
You'll Never Be Mine Again
The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams
Buck Owens
(Excuse Me) I Think I've Got a Heartache
In the Country of Country
Tammy Wynette
Stand By Your Man
Classic Country
Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson
The Legend of Johnny Cash
Merle Travis
I Am a Pilgrim
Bobby Gentry
Ode to Billie Joe
Lonzo and Oscar
Country Music Time
Classic Country
Kenny Vaughan
Country Music Got a Hold On Me
Stairwell Sisters
Banjo Pickin' Girl
The Stairwell Sisters
Tom T Hall
The Last Country Song
Americana the Beautiful

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