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Ultimate Twang Playlist for September 25, 2014

Here are the sounds heard on this week’s edition of The World Famous Ultimate Twang Radio Show.  If you missed it, fear not, as it is on our page at the Asheville Freemedia website, until Thursday night.  Simply click here, or on Asheville Freemedia, and then, scroll down until you see a gray play button, click that, and enjoy!  Or, for a slightly higher quality sound, click on hi-fi on the red bar at the right of the page.  It will then play on your computer’s default audio player (ie: Windows Media, ITunes, etc.).

Okay, here’s the list, this week!

Ricky Skaggs Get Up John 1997; Theme
Webb Pierce In The Jailhouse Now 1955; #1 hit!
John Conlee Common Man 1983; #1 hit!
Unknown My Three Sons Theme
Johnny Bush Undo The Right 1968
Sonny James My Love 1970; #1 hit!
Susan Raye One Night Stand 1970; Almost Hit
Gene Autry Mexacali Rose 1936
Statler Brothers A Child Of The Fifties 1983; final single with Lew DeWitt.
Brooks and Dunn Boot Scootin’ Boogie 1992; #1 hit!
Ernest Tubb Stand By Me UT Inpsirational fave
John Denver Sunshine On My Shoulders 1974
John Denver Thank God I’m A Country Boy 1975; #1 hit! #1 pop
Joe Nichols Cool To Be A Fool 2004
Oak Ridge Boys Somewhere In The Night 1981; Classic Album Track
Conway Twitty I Can’t See Me Without You 1972
Lonestar Runnin’ Away With My Heart 1996
Ray Price Crazy Arms 1956; #1 hit!
Bob Luman Proud Of You Baby 1975; Almost Hit
Deborah Allen and Jim Reeves Oh How I Miss You Tonight 1980
Little Roy Wiggins Tennessee Plowboy TOP OF THE HOUR
The Judds Why Not Me 1984; #1 hit!
Gordon Lightfoot Sundown 1974
George Strait True 1998
Garth Brooks The River 1992; #1 hit!
Ray Charles and Clint Eastwood Beers To You 1980; Almost Hit
Jerry Lee Lewis I’ll Find It Where I Can 1978
Jerry Lee Lewis Let’s Put It Back Together 1976
Billie Jo Spears Lonely Heart’s Club 1978
Hank Snow The Rhumba Boogie 1951; #1 hit!
Edgel Groves Footprints In The Sand 1981; Inspirational Fave
Olivia Newton-John Have You Never Been Mellow 1975
Leroy Van Dyke Walk On By 1961; #1 hit! Top 10 pop hit.
Bill Monroe Wabash Cannonball 1977; Classic Album Track
Bill Anderson and Mary Lou Turner Sometimes 1976; #1 hit!
Johnny Rodriguez I Didn’t (Every Chance I Had) 1988; His last hit
Rodney Crowell I Couldn’t Leave You If I Tried 1988; #1 hit!
Tommy Overstreet What More Could A Man Need 1979; Almost Hit
Waylon Jennings Anita You’re Dreaming 1966
Jerry Byrd Hilo March TOP OF THE HOUR
Loretta Lynn One’s On The Way 1972; #1 hit!
Sammy Kershaw She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful 1993; his only #1 hit.
Michael Martin Murphey Never Givin’ Up On Love 1989; his last top 10 hit.
Hank Williams Jr. A Country Boy Can Survive 1982
Steve Holy The Hunger 2001; Almost Hit
Dick Curless Tombstone Every Mile 1965; his 1st hit.
Jennifer Warnes Right Time Of The Night 1977
Ronnie Milsap It Was Almost Like A Song 1977; #1 hit!
Johnny Cash The Old Account UT Inspirational fave
Alan Jackson Mercury Blues 1993
Eddy Arnold A Full Time Job 1952; #1 hit!
Leann Rimes Rock Me 1998; Classic Album Track
Faron Young Goin’ Steady 1970; Remake of his 1st hit.
Marty Robbins All Around Cowboy 1979
George Jones He Stopped Loving Her Today 1980; #1 hit!
Willie Nelson and Lee Ann Womack Mendocino County Line 2002; Almost Hit
Elvis Presley In The Ghetto 1969

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Music That You Really Love, The World Famous Ultimate Twang Radio Show.

Flatt and Scruggs 45 rpmWebb Pierce, Sonny James, Brooks & Dunn, John Denver, Ray Price, The Judds, Billie Jo Spears, Bill Monroe, Rodney Crowell, Loretta Lynn, Ronnie Milsap, Johnny Cash, Eddy Arnold, Garth Brooks. Oh, and that’s just a partial list of who to expect on today’s show.  Make sure you join me, online, beginning at 4p ET at Asheville Freemedia’s website (click the name to go there). I promise you’re gonna love it!

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Ultimate Twang Playlist For September 18, 2014

Take a look at this week’s play list for the Ultimate Twang Radio Show, heard online at the Asheville Free Media website.  Join me every Thursday afternoon, 4p ET for 3 hours of commercial-free country gold, or listen to the archived version on the Ultimate Twang page at Asheville Free Media’s website, anytime, beginning Friday morning through the following Thursday night.  Click Asheville Free Media, below, to go to the Ultimate Twang page.

 

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Here’s this week’s play list…

Ricky Skaggs Get Up John 1997; Theme
T. G. Sheppard Party Time 1981; #1 hit!
Diamond Rio Unbelievable 1999
Eddy Raven Right Hand Man 1987
Waylon Jennings Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way? 1975; #1 hit!
George Hamilton IV A Rose And A Baby Ruth 1956
Cal Smith Come See About Me 1977; Almost Hit
Elvis Presley Hard Headed Woman 1958
Johnny Rodriguez What’ll I Tell Virginia 1980
Kenny Rogers and Dottie West All I Ever Need Is You 1979; #1 hit!
Roy Acuff Oh Those Tombs 1955; UT Inspirational Fave
Trisha Yearwood How Do I Live? 1997
John Anderson Swingin’ 1983; #1 hit!
Ricky Skaggs Low & Lonely 1981; Classic Album Track
Slim Whitman Something Beautiful (To Remember) 1971; his last top 10 hit.
Olivia Newton-John Don’t Stop Believin’ 1976
Burl Ives A Little Bitty Tear 1962
Stonewall Jackson “Never More” Quote The Raven 1969; Almost Hit
George Hamilton IV Early Morning Rain 1966; written by Gordon Lightfoot
Reba McEntire You’re The First Time I’ve Thought About Leaving 1983; #1 hit!
Osborne Brothers Jessie James TOP OF THE HOUR
Glen Campbell Southern Nights 1977; #1 country & pop hit!
Jim Reeves According To My Heart 1956
Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper Wreck On The Highway 1961; their last hit.
Ricky Van Shelton Don’t We All Have The Right 1988; #1 hit!
Daron Norwood If It Wasn’t For Her I Wouldn’t Have You 1994; Almost Hit
Faron Young Walk Tall 1965
Wild Rose Breakin’ New Ground 1989
George Hamilton IV Abilene 1963; #1 hit! 15 Pop
Wynonna No One Else On Earth 1992; #1 hit!
Porter Wagoner What Would You Do (If Jesus Came To Your House) 1956; UT Inspirational Fave
Ted Daffan’s Texans No Letter Today 1944; double-sided hit w/ “Born To Lose”
Lynn Anderson How Can I Unlove You 1971; #1 hit!
Merle Haggard Goodbye Lefty 1977; Classic Album Track
Conway Twitty Somebody’s Needin’ Somebody 1984; #1 hit!
Mark McGuinn Mrs. Steven Rudy 2001; only top 10 hit.
Johnny Lee Lookin’ For Love 1980; #1 hit! Top 5 pop.
Charly McClain Some Hearts Get All The Breaks 1984; Almost Hit
George Hamilton IV Break My Mind 1967
Brother Bones Sweet Georgia Brown TOP OF THE HOUR
Dolly Parton Here You Come Again 1977; #1 hit! Top 5 pop.
Charley Pride I’ll Be Leaving Alone 1977; #1 hit!
Willie Nelson All Of Me 1978
Red Foley and Kitty Wells One By One 1954; #1 hit!
Johnny Duncan Let Me Go 1970; Almost Hit
Faith Hill Let’s Go To Vegas 1995
Wanda Jackson Fancy Satin Pillows 1971; her last top 20 hit.
Eddy Arnold Somebody Like Me 1966; #1 hit!
George Hamilton IV Three Steps To The Phone 1961
Brown’s Ferry Four Keep On The Firing Line 1948; UT Inspirational Fave
Family Affair Theme
Wynn Stewart Something Pretty 1968
Buck Owens Open Up Your Heart 1966; #1 hit!
Statler Brothers All I Can Do 1977; Classic Album Track
Mel Tillis Steppin’ Out 1980
Lee Roy Parnell Love Without Mercy 1993
Webb Pierce I Ain’t Never 1959
Shenandoah Rock My Baby 1992
Hoyt Axton In A Young Girl’s Mind 1975; Almost Hit
George Hamilton IV Write Me A Picture 1967
Charlie Rich Since I Fell For You 1975

 

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Blowing The Dust Off This Blog, Today’s Show, and R. I. P. George Hamilton IV

1980's era LP featuring 20 of George's hits.  This was an import from Europe.

1980′s era LP featuring 20 of George’s hits. This was an import from Europe.

Greetings from Asheville, where it’s been a while since I’ve added anything to our beloved blog.  The months have been busy; there was school, work, and so much more, but now I am hoping to devote some time to this blog, again, perhaps making some changes and give it a general freshening up.  Stay tuned.

Today is show day for The World Famous Ultimate Twang Radio Show.  You can hear the show, anywhere in the world, by simply going the Asheville Free Media page and clicking the listen button.  It’s 3 hours of classic country music and nostalgia, hosted by me, your humble Country Musicologist.  Simply click the following link to go to our AFM page.  And if you live in the Asheville area, soon you’ll be able to hear Ultimate Twang, as well as all of AFM’s programming at 103.3 FM. I’ll keep you informed as we get closer to the big day!

Click here to go to our Asheville Free Media page.

Country music great George Hamilton IV passed away, Wednesday, several days after suffering a heart attack.  The North Carolina native and longtime Grand Ole Opry member was 77 years old.  In addition to his success here in the U. S., he was also quite popular in Canada, as well as various parts of Europe and Asia, earning him the nickname “International Ambassador Of Country Music”.  For a full story on his life and career, check out his obit at the Rolling Stone website.  Rest in Peace, George. You will be missed.

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On Today’s Ultimate Twang, It’s Solid Country Gold, Plus Remembering Jimmy “C” Newman | Asheville FM | Community Radio

Ultimate Twang kicks off at 4p ET, this afternoon, online at Asheville Free Media’s website!

On Today’s Ultimate Twang, It’s Solid Country Gold, Plus Remembering Jimmy “C” Newman | Asheville FM | Community Radio.

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