Options Toothpick Rhythm with Betsy Nichols: Playlist from October 21, 2010 Options

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Options October 21, 2010

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Warren Smith  That's Why I Sing in a Honky Tonk   Options Photobucket  0:00:00 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Texans 
Bloody River   Options   0:04:00 ()
Davis Sisters  You're Gone   Options Photobucket  0:08:22 ()
The Farmer Boys  Flash, Crash & Thunder   Options   0:10:28 ()
Tibby Edwards  Play it Cool Man Play It Cool   Options Photobucket  0:13:45 ()
Fred Crawford  Never Gonna Get Married Again   Options   0:15:51 ()
Ray Price  Much Too Young to Die   Options Photobucket  0:18:51 ()
Wanda Jackson  The Box   Options   0:20:34 ()
Gene Watson  Love in the Hot Afternoon   Options Photobucket
Gene Watson working in a body shop, c. 1961
 
0:22:56 ()
Jim Ed Brown  Pop a Top   Options   0:26:28 ()
George Jones  Out of Control   Options Photobucket  0:29:06 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Chet Atkins 
Caravan   Options   0:31:17 ()
Loretta Lynn  The Home You're Tearing Down   Options Photobucket  0:34:53 ()
June Edwards  You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man   Options   0:37:21 ()
Wynn Stewart  Hold Back Tomorrow   Options Photobucket  0:40:33 ()
Rusty & Doug  Can I Be Dreaming   Options   0:42:44 ()
Margaret Lewis  Reconsider Me   Options Photobucket  0:45:47 ()
Gosdin Brothers  There Must Be a Someone   Options   0:49:03 ()
Wayne Kemp  The Image of Me   Options Photobucket  0:51:34 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Buck Owens & the Buckaroos 
Bud's Bounce   Options   0:54:11 ()
"Little" Jimmy Dickens  Closing Time   Options Photobucket  0:58:30 ()

Listener comments!

  Thu. 10/21/10 7:07pm PMD:

I'm here and listening... Hi Betsy!
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:10pm jimmm:

Loved the Davis Sisters. Still looking for a copy of Skeeter's version of "Walk Softly" that Laura Cantrell played a couple of times.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:11pm Betsy:

Hey y'all!! Chaotic night tonight. Glad you're here. Oops! Wiggly record
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:22pm Ike:

Ha, this Wanda Jackson track has some awesome lyrics.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:26pm Dave:

So much good advice, in the cautionary tale form... I love it. This familiar stuff informed my Southern youth! Thanks so much for getting the Crawford # right.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:27pm rusty beltway:

Hey, congrats on getting a slot on 'FMU.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:28pm Betsy:

Hey errbody! Thanks for checking in.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:29pm rusty beltway:

This is one of the best Jones songs ever. EVER.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:35pm rusty beltway:

What's the B-side of "Out of Control" It's not "Mr. Fool", is it?
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:36pm Betsy:

Hi Rusty! It's called "Just Little Boy Blue". On Mercury Records, around 1957 or 58.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:37pm Hugh:

Hello Betsy!
Another great show! To Dave: you suthners ain't the only ones to have your youth shaped by C & W. Some of us northerners were raised on these good ol' sounds. I was in heaven, when I could pick up The Grand Ol Opry on my old Hallicrafters radio!
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:41pm Dickel:

Loretta always knew the score...
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:42pm Dickel:

Great Show, I liked that Gene Watson number...
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:43pm seang:

Cheers DJ Betsy, your show is an absolute delight
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:43pm rusty beltway:

Hugh: I grew up in eastern PA, not too far from Scranton or WFMU for that matter. We got WWVA from Wheeling. My 10 yr old mind was warped forever by hearing Red Sovine.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:43pm Betsy:

Dickel! Are you on the airwaves or the interweb? Anyway, good to see ya, and yes Loretta knows where it's AT!
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:47pm sprout:

some nice country-soul from the ladies tonight, thanks!
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:47pm Dave:

Due respect, Hugh. Its only the fact I was born in the Yankee North (where I now live and work) -made me realize how sweet the music really was! I even have friends and relations in Canada who worship the sound. Some are probably hearing this online right now (I hope!)
Thanks, Betsy!
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:52pm Dickel:

I was wondering where Gram got that one from...
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:54pm rusty beltway:

Harlan Howard wrote "Image of Me". I first heard it done by Doug Sahm.
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:56pm Hugh:

Respect right back atcha Dave. To Rusty--I loved WWVA myself, That station was an easy one to pick up
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:57pm rusty beltway:

50,000 Watts, Hugh!
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:58pm Betsy:

Bye everybody! Seeee ya next week. ;)
  Thu. 10/21/10 7:59pm rusty beltway:

Thanks Betsy. I'm so glad I checked in w/ 'FMU tonight. I love this stuff!!!!!!
  Fri. 10/22/10 10:43am Steve McGuirl:

Rusty-
Wayne Kemp wrote "Image of Me." It was a big hit for Conway Twitty in, I think, 1968. The version we played on the show is Kemp's original on JAB records. For some reason--prob'ly because he wrote a song with the same title--it's credited wrongly to Harlan Howard sometimes, like on the 2nd Burrito Brothers LP and on the Doug Sahm CD. Whatever...it's a wonderful song, and I'm just glad someone was listening! Thanks.
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