CLA Radio 04/06/18: Unfortunate Covers

Running late this week, so set list only, for now:

U2 – Fortunate Son – Achtung Baby
Susan Boyle – Wild Horses – I Dreamed A Dream
Big and Rich – You Shook Me All Night Long – Between Raising Hell And Amazing Grace
Mrs Miller – These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ – Wild, Cool and Swingin’
Cher – The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s In His Kiss) – If I Could Turn Back Time
Guns N’ Roses – Sympathy For The Devil – Greatest Hits
Bruce Willis – Respect Yourself – 20th Century Masters
William Shatner, Dave Davies – Mr Spaceman – Seeking Major Tom
Pat Boone – Tutti Frutti – The Gold Collection
Britney Spears – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Oops I Did It Again
Rod Stewart – Downtown Train – If We Fall In Love Tonight
Korn – Another Brick In The Wall Pt 1, 2, 3 – The Essential Korn
Bon Jovi – The Boys Are Back In Town – New Jersey
Candyflip – Strawberry Fields Forever – Madstock
Julie London – Light My Fire – The Very Best Of Julie London
Leonard Nimoy – I Think It’s Gonna Rain Today – The Touch Of Leonard Nimoy
The Lemonheads – Mrs Robinson – It’s A Shame About Ray
Nickelback – We Will Rock You – Rock Covers
Winger – Purple Haze – Rock Covers
Twisted Sister – Leader Of The Pack – Rock Covers
Hot Dad – I’m A Believer – I’m A Believer
Olivia Newton-John – Ring Of Fire – Making A Good Thing Better
Denmark plus Winter – Every Breath You Take – Every Breath You Take
Madonna – American Pie – The Next Best Thing
Scissor Sisters – Comfortably Numb – Scissor Sisters
Dave Mason – All Along The Watchtower – Dave Masno
Waylon Jennings – Norwegian Wood – Nashville Rebel
The Goo Goo Dolls – Give A Little Bit – Let Love In
Barbara Streisand – Stoney End – Stoney End
MC Hammer – Have You Seen Her – Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em

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CLA Radio 03/30/18: Gospel Blues (repeat)

What: To mark Good Friday, another spin of Matthew Berg‘s great Gospel Blues show.

When: Friday, March 30, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern. (We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here. (In this instance, the content of the Spotify version varies somewhat from the actual show, and the sequence varies considerably, toward the end.)

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. Alternate Twitter handle is @ConservLARadio. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Prior post:

The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday night, 02/03/17, 6:00 Pacific/9:00 Eastern) will concern itself with Gospel Blues, with an emphasis on music from the late 1920s and early 1930s.

(The show was originally aired on 09/19/14. Due to potential licensing issues, two songs that were included in the original show have been removed for the repeat; minor changes were also made to two of the set announcements.)

Second-time guest programmer Matthew Berg, AKA @wnyconservative did a fine job assembling a wonderful set list!

Hope you can stop by, listen to the show, and join us in chat!

Spoiler set list:

Washington Phillips: Denomination Blues (Pt. 1)
Sister Rosetta Tharpe: Jesus is Here Today
Blind Mamie Forehand: Wouldn’t Mind Dying
Mississippi John Hurt: Oh Mary Don’t You Weep (omitted from repeat)
Mississippi John Hurt: Blind Man Sit In The Way And Cried
Blind Willie Davis: Your Enemy Cannot Harm You
Skip James: Let Jesus Lead You (Take 2)
Skip James: Be Ready When He Comes
Edward Clayborn: Death is Only A Dream
Blind Willie Johnson: Trouble Will Soon Be Over
Blind Willie Johnson: If I Had My Way I’d Tear The Building Down
Sam Collins: I Want to Be Like Jesus in my Heart
Blind Lemon Jefferson: All I Want Is That Pure Religion
Blind Lemon Jefferson: He Arose From The Dead (omitted from repeat)
Andy Mosely And Hogman Maxey: I Know I Got Religion
Reverend Gary Davis: Twelve Gates to the City
Reverend Gary Davis: I’ve Done All My Singing for My Lord
Blind Willie McTell: God Don’t Like It
Bukka White: Promise True and Grand
Bukka White and Memphis Minnie: I Am In The Heavenly Way
Robert ‘Nighthawk’ Johnson: Can’t No Grave Hold My Body Down
Blind Roosevelt Graves: I’ll Be Rested (When the Roll Is Called)
Blind Roosevelt Graves: Woke Up This Morning With My Mind On Jesus
Hambone Willie Newbern: Nobody Knows (What the Good Deacon Does)
Josh White: Joshue Fit The Battle Of Jericho
Josh White: Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed
Son House: John the Revelator
Fred McDowell: When I Lay My Burden Down
Fred McDowell: I Want Jesus to Walk With Me
Willard Artis ‘Blind Pete’ Burrell: I Shall Not Be Moved
Sleepy John Estes: God Can Use Me
Lil McClintock: Sow Good Seeds
Lil McClintock: Mother Called Her Child to Her Dying Bed
Muddy Waters: Why Don’t You Live So God Can Use You
Lonnie McIntorsh: The Lion And The Tribes Of Judah
Mississippi John Hurt: Since I’ve Laid This Burden Down
Kid Prince Moore: Sign of Judgement
Jaybird Coleman: I’m Gonna Cross The River Of Jordan
Washington Phillips: Denomination Blues (Pt. 2)

CLA Radio 03/23/18: Warren Haynes (repeat)

What: This week, ConservativeLA Radio takes a ramble through some of the music of Warren Haynes, with an emphasis on Gov’t Mule. (This show originally aired on 06/23/17.)

When: Friday, March 23, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern. (We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse.

Spotify playlist: Here. (Set list items marked with an asterisk are not included.)

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. Alternate Twitter handle is @ConservLARadio. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

John Hiatt, Warren Haynes – Memphis In The Meantime – Benefit Concert Vol 4
* Warren Haynes on Slide Guitar in Standard Tuning – Reverb Interview June 2017
James Cotton, Warren Haynes – Something For Me – Cotton Mouth Man
Gov’t Mule – Blind Man In The Dark – Blind Man In The Dark
Gov’t Mule – Broke Down On The Brazos – By A Thread
* Warren Haynes on Right Hand Slide Technique and Left Hand Position – Reverb Interview
Gov’t Mule – Comfortably Numb – Dark Side Of The Mule
Gov’t Mule – Life Before Insanity – Life Before Insanity
Gov’t Mule, Toots Hibbert – Hard To Handle – Dub Side Of The Mule
Gov’t Mule – Beautifully Broken – The Deep End Vol 1
Warren Haynes, Railroad Earth – Coal Tattoo – Ashes and Dust
Gov’t Mule – Railroad Boy – By A Thread
* Warren Haynes – Captured – Soundcheck WNYC June 2014
Gov’t Mule – About To Rage – Deja Voodoo
Gov’t Mule – End Of The Line – Mulennium
Gov’t Mule – Soulshine – The Deep End Vol 1
Warren Haynes, Railroad Earth – Stranded In Self-Pity – Ashes and Dust
Gov’t Mule – Funny Little Tragedy – Shout!
* Warren Haynes – Forsaken Savior – Soundcheck WNYC June 2014
The Allman Brothers Band – Worried Down With The Blues – One Way Out
The Allman Brothers Band – Rockin’ Horse – One Way Out
* Warren Haynes – When The World Gets Small – Soundcheck WNYC June 2014
Gov’t Mule – Thorazine Shuffle – Dose
Gov’t Mule – Stone Cold Rage – Revolution Come Revolution Go
Gov’t Mule – John The Revelator – Dose
* Warren Haynes, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Booker T – I’d Rather Go Blind – White House 2012

CLA Radio 03/16/18: John Prine

What: The music of John Prine, with a bit of biography mixed in.

When: Friday, March 16, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

(We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

ConservativeLA Radio also repeats on Thursday night after the Aftershow, and on Sundays at noon Pacific time.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse (subscription required).

Spotify playlist: Here. (Biography and interview clips marked with an asterisk are not included on the Spotify playlist.)

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. Alternate Twitter handle is @ConservLARadio. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

John Prine – Sabu Visits The Twin Cities Alone – Bruised Orange
inCommon with Mike Leonard – John Prine
John Prine – Spanish Pipedrea- John Prine
John Prine – The Great Compromise – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine – Miller and Company Interview (circa 1992) – Paradise
John Prine – Paradise – John Prine
John Prine The Stories Behind Beyond Words – Cucumbers and Copperheads
John Prine – Grandpa Was A Carpenter – Prime Prine
John Prine, Iris DeMent – Who’s Gonna Take The Garbage Out – For Better Or Worse
John Prine, Iris DeMent – Mr and Mrs Used To Be – For Better Or Worse
John Prine – In Spite Of Ourselves – In Spite Of Ourselves
John Prine – The Late John Garfield Blues – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine – Jesus, The Missing Years – The Missing Years
John Prine – Diamonds In The Rough – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine – Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine – Crazy As A Loon – Fair And Square
John Prine, Steve Goodman – Souvenirs (Live) – John Prine (Life)
John Prine talks about Steve Goodman
Steve Goodman – You Never Even Call Me By My Name – Steve Goodman (partial edit)
David Allan Coe – You Never Even Called Me By My Name – 16 Biggest Hits (partial edit)
John Prine – Miller and Company Interview (ca 1992) – Roger Miller
John Prine – Sour Grapes – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine – All The Best – The Missing Years
John Prine – (We’re Not) The Jet Set – In Spite Of Ourselves
John Prine – The Torch Singer – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine – The Frying Pan – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine – Let’s Talk Dirty In Hawaiian – German Afternoons
John Prine The Stories Behind Beyond Words – Skip’s Drive-In (Fired For Being Scared Of Bees)
John Prine – That’s The Way The World Goes Round – Bruised Orange
John Prine – Fan Request For The Happy Enchilada Song
John Prine – Please Don’t Bury Me – Sweet Revenge
John Prine – Christmas In Prison – Rhino Hi-Five John Prine
John Prine – Take The Star Our Of The Window – Diamonds In The Rough
John Prine, Kacey Musgraves – Mental Cruelty – For Better Or Worse
John Prine – Far From Me – John Prine
John Prine – Summer’s End – Summer’s End

CLA Radio 03/09/18: Songs About Music

What: Some meta from the Department Of Redundancy Department: Songs About Music.

When: Friday, March 9, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

(We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

ConservativeLA Radio also repeats on Thursday night after the Aftershow, and on Sundays at noon Pacific time.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse (subscription required).

Spotify playlist: Here. (Movie clips not included on the Spotify playlist.)

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. Alternate Twitter handle is @ConservLARadio. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Hi Fidelity (2000) – Opening Scene (“You’re Gonna Miss Me”, The Thirteenth Floor Elevators)
Sly and The Family Stone – Dance To The Music – Dance To The Music
Edwin Starr – Funky Music Sho Nuff Turns Me On (single version) – 20th Century Masters
The Replacements – I Hate Music – Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash
The Blasters – American Music – The Blasters
Billie Holiday – I Can’t Face The Music – The Complete Verve Studio Master Takes
Anchorman The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) – Jazz Flute Scene
Ella Fitzgerald – Let’s Face The Music And Dance – Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Irving Berlin Song Book
Toots and The Maytals – Reggae Got Soul – Reggae Got Soul
Arthur Conley – Sweet Soul Music – Rhino Hi-Five
Apocalypse Now – I Use Wagner
Monty Python – Decomposing Composers – Monty Python Sings
Vertigo (1958) – Mozart Sweeps The Cobwebs
George Jones – Don’t Stop The Music (single version) – Best Of
Stevie Ray Vaughan – House Is Rockin’ – In Step
Fisher King (1991) – I Like Musicals
Frank Zappa – Joe’s Garage – Joe’ Garage Acts I, II and III
Rosanne Cash – Tennessee Flat Top Box – The Essential Rosanne Cash
Guy Clark – Black Diamond Strings – Dublin Blues
John Hiatt – Memphis In The Meantime – Bring The Family
Rush (2013) – Ah What Music
Steely Dan – Deacon Blues – Aja
Charlie Feathers – Roll Over Beethoven – Honky Tonk Man
Parliament – Give Up The Funk – Mothership Connection
Larry Cordle – Murder On Music Row – Murder On Music Row
Violent Femmes – American Music – Permanent Record
Eric Church – Record Year – Mr Misunderstood
Robbie Fulks – The Buck Starts Here – Country Love Songs
Men In Black III – Hours Of Cowboy Music
Waylon Jennings – Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way – The Essential Waylon Jennings
Shooter Jennings – Outlaw You – The Other Life
Otis Redding – Tennessee Waltz – The Dictionary Of Soul
Alison Krauss and Union Station – This Sad Song – Lonely Runs Both Ways
Monty Python’s Holy Grail – That’s Enough Music For Now Lads
George Harrison – This Song – Thirty Three and a Third
Townes Van Zandt – For The Sake Of The Song – For The Sake Of The Song
Angaleena Presley – Country – Wrangled
Warren Zevon – Johnny Strikes Up The Band – Excitable Boy
Duke Ellington – It Don’t Mean A Thing – Ken Burns Jazz Duke Ellington
Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke – Songs In The Key Of Life
One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest – The Music Is For Everyone
Drive-By Truckers – Let There Be Rock – Southern Rock Opera
Paul Westerberg – A Few Minutes Of Silence – 14 Songs

CLA Radio 03/02/18: Johnny Cash

What: I’ve played a lot of Johnny Cash over the history of ConservativeLA Radio, but for some inexplicable reason, never dedicated a show to him. We’ll fix that tonight.

In addition to some of my favorite JR songs, we’ll also hear a fine BBC 4 documentary from 2004: Johnny Cash: The Last Great American.

When: Friday, March 2, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

(We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

ConservativeLA Radio also repeats on Thursday night after the Aftershow, and on Sundays at noon Pacific time.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse (subscription required).

Spotify playlist: Here. (Documentary material not included on the Spotify playlist.)

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. Alternate Twitter handle is @ConservLARadio. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Johnny Cash – God’s Gonna Cut You Down – American V A Hundred Highways
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 01
Johnny Cash – Ain’t No Grave – American VI Ain’t No Grave
Johnny Cash – Cool Water – American VI Ain’t No Grave
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 02
Johnny Cash – When He Reached Down – My Mother’s Hymn Book
Johnny Cash, Nick Cave – Cindy – Unearthed
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 03
Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard – I’m Leavin’ Now – American III Solitary Man
Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson – I Still Miss Someone (Live) – VH1 Storytellers
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 04
Johnny Cash – I’ve Been Everywhere – American II Unchained
Johnny Cash – Oh Bury Me Not – American Recordings
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 05
Johnny Cash – Farmer’s Almanac – Boom Chicka Boom
Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings – Even Cowgirls Get The Blues – Heroes.
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 06
Johnny Cash – I’m Ragged But I’m Right – Johnny 99
Johnny Cash – Wanted Man – Little Fauss And Big Halsy OST
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 07
Johnny Cash – Daddy Sang Bass – At San Quentin (Live)
Johnny Cash – Singin’ In Viet Nam Talkin’ Blues – Man In Black
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 08
Johnny Cash – 25 Minutes To Go – At Folsom Prison (Live)
Johnny Cash – Delia’s Gone – The Sound Of Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 09
Johnny Cash – I Heard That Lonesome Whistle – Sings Hank Williams
Johnny Cash – Get Rhythm – Greatest
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 10
Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan – Girl From The North Country – The Greatest Duets
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 11
Johnny Cash – Hey Porter – The Original Sun Recordings
Johnny Cash – Big River – The Original Sun Recordings
Johnny Cash The Last Great American – BBC 4 Documentary (2004) – Part 12
Johnny Cash – Guess Things Happen That Way – Sings The Greatest Hits

CLA Radio 02/23/18: Johnny Winter

What:  Marking the anniversary of Johnny Winter’s birth. Great music, and great documentary material from Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty.

When: Friday, February 23, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

(We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

ConservativeLA Radio also repeats on Thursday night after the Aftershow, and on Sundays at noon Pacific time.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse (subscription required).

Spotify playlist: Here. (Documentary material not included on the Spotify playlist.)

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. Alternate Twitter handle is @ConservLARadio. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Opening segment
Johnny Winter And – Johnny B. Goode – Johnny Winter And (Live)
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Edgar
Johnny Winter – Dallas – Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Luther Nallie interview
Johnny Winter – Be Careful With A Fool – Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Johnny as blues historian
Johnny Winter – Leland Mississippi Blues – Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Johnny’s favorites
Johnny Winter – Hustled Down In Texas – Second Winter
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Warren, Derek, Susan
Johnny Winter – Highway 61 Revisited – Second Winter
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Gibson Firebird
Johnny Winter And – It’s My Own Fault – Johnny Winter And (Live)
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Album he liked the least
Johnny Winter And – Good Morning Little School Girl – Johnny Winter And (Live)
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Heroin
Johnny Winter And – Mean Town Blues – Johnny Winter And (Live)
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – More heroin
Johnny Winter – Still Alive And Well – Still Alive And Well
Johnny Winter – Rock Me Baby – Still Alive And Well
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Recording with Muddy Waters
Muddy Waters – Mannish Boy – Hard Again
Johnny Winter – TV Mama – Nothin’ But The Blues
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – Methadone
Johnny Winter – Mojo Boogie – Live Bootleg Series Vol 3
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – OCD
Johnny Winter – You’re Humbuggin’ Me – Let Me In
Johnny Winter Down and Dirty (2014 documentary) – The story ends well
Johnny Winter – Johnny Guitar – Hey Where’s Your Brother

CLA Radio 02/16/18: Agriculture, Etc.

What:  Songs about farms, farmers, livestock, agricultural products, and the like.

When: Friday, February 16, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

(We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

ConservativeLA Radio also repeats on Thursday night after the Aftershow, and on Sundays at noon Pacific time.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse (subscription required).

Spotify playlist: Here.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. Alternate Twitter handle is @ConservLARadio. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

Robert Earl Keen – Farm Fresh Onions – Farm Fresh Onions
Ralph Stanley – Sharecropper’s Son – Old Home Place
IIIrd Tyme Out – Milk Cow Blues – Footprint A IIIrd Tyme Out Collection
Son House – (Mississippi) County Farm Blues – Son House Library Of Congress Recordings
Seasick Steve – Down On The Farm – Hubcap Music
The Band – King Harvest (Has Surely Come) – The Band
Marty Stuart, Merle Haggard – Farmer’s Blues – Country Music
Ry Cooder – Taxes On The Farmer Feeds Us All – Into The Purple Valley
Johnny Cash – Farmer’s Almanac – Boom Chicka Boom
Gordon Macrae, Gloria Grahame- The Farmer And The Cowman – Oklahoma (Expanded OST)
Alison Krauss and Union Station – Dust Bowl Children – Paper Airplane
Champion Jack Dupree – Cabbage Greens – Blues Masters Vol 6
Shooter Jennings – Daddy’s Farm – Put The O Back In Country
Randy Newman – Old Man On The Farm – Little Criminals
Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile – The Farmer And The Duck – Edgar Meyer And Chris Thile
Alison Krauss and Union Station – The Boy Who Wouldn’t Hoe Corn – New Favorite
Chris Knight – Dirt – Enough Rope
Big Joe Williams – Wild Cow Blues – Big Joe Williams Vol 1 (1935-1941)
Gillian Welch – Annabelle – Revival
The Carolina Tar Heels – Got The Farm Land Blues – Hard Times Come Again No More
Jack White – Fly Farm Blues – Fly Farm Blues
The Seldom Scene – California Cottonfields – Live At The Cellar Door
Bukka White – Parchman Farm Blues – The Vintage Recordings 1930-1940
Ray Wylie Hubbard – Snake Farm – Snake Farm
Levon Helm – Poor Old Dirt Farmer – Dirt Farmer
Lee Brothers – Cotton Mill Blues – Hard Times Come Again No More
Traffic – John Barleycorn – John Barleycorn Must Die
Neil Young – Homegrown – American Stars ‘N Bars
Koko Taylor – What Came First The Egg Or The Hen – The Queen Of Chicago Blues
Buddy Miller – Cattle Call – The Majestic Silver Strings
Steve Earle and The Dukes – The Rain Came Down – Exit 0
The Allen Brothers – Price Of Cotton Blues – Hard Times Comes Again No More
Marty Robbins – A Hundred And Sixty Acres – Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs
The Dinning Sisters – Morning On The Farm – Country Favorites
HensTooth Discs – Merry Farmer – Henstooth Disc Authentic Musical Box Arrangements
Dry Branch Fire Squad – The Honest Farmer – Fertile Ground
The Zinc Kings – Down On Penny’s Farm – Piedmont
The Beach Boys – Farmer’s Daughter – Surfin’ USA
Dan Tyminski – Making Hay – Wheels
Fred Eaglesmith, The Flying Squirrels – John Deere – Ralph’s Last Show (Live)
Dry Branch Fire Squad – Devil Take The Farmer – Fertile Ground
Ricky Skaggs, Kentucky Thunder – Pig In A Pen – Ancient Tones
The Del McCoury Band – 40 Acres And A Fool – Moneyland
Danny Paisley and The Southern Grass – Raisin’ Cane In Texas – The Room Over Mine
The Stanley Brothers – The Fields Have Turned Brown – Columbia Country Classics Vol 1
Little Feat – Down On The Farm – Down On The Farm

CLA Radio 02/09/18: Ernest Tubb

What:  Marking the anniversary of the birth of one the most beloved artists in the history of country music, Ernest Tubb.

Ernest Tubb songs, covers of Ernest Tubb songs, songs that Ernest Tubb covered, and so on — and a whole bunch of very entertaining biographical material courtesy of a 1987 CMT profile.

When: Friday, February 9, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

(We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

ConservativeLA Radio also repeats on Thursday night after the Aftershow, and on Sundays at noon Pacific time.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse (subscription required).

Spotify playlist: Here.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list (bio stuff not included on the Spotify playlist):

Junior Brown – My Baby Don’t Dance To Nothing But Ernest Tubb – 12 Shades Of Brown
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 01
Ernest Tubbs (sic) – The TB Is Whipping Me – East Virginia Blues
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 02
Carl Belew – Am I That Easy to Forget – Am I That Easy To Forget
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 03
Hankshaw Hawkins – I Ain’t Goin’ Honky Tonkin’ Anymore – I’m A Rattlesnakin’ Daddy
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 04
Neko Case & Her Boyfriends – Thanks A Lot – Virginian
Reverend Horton Heat – There’s a Little Bit of Everything in Texas – Laughin’ And Cryin’
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 05
Hank Williams – First Year Blues – The Ultimate Collection
Leon Redbone – You Nearly Lose Your Mind – No Regrets
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 06
Loretta Lynn, Ernest Tubb – Mr and Mrs Used To Be Be – Gold
John Prine, Iris DeMent – Who’s Gonna Take The Garbage Out – Who’s Gonna Take The Garbage Out
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 07
Merle Haggard – Soldier’s Last Letter – Hag
Pearl Harbor and The Explosions – Filipino Baby – Don’t Follow Me I’m Lost Too
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 08
Willie Nelson, Shelby Lynne – Till the End of the World – To All The Girls
Porter Wagoner, Skeeter Davis – Heaven Help Me – Sing Duets
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 09
Faron Young – Hey Mr Bluebird – King Of The Road
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 10
Marty Robbins – Mean Mama Blues – Whistle Bait
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 11
The Wilders – Drivin’ Nails In My Coffin – Throw Down
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 12
Larry Sparks – I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye – Silver Reflections
Johnny Cash – I Will Miss You When You Go – Now There Was A Song
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 13
Ray Price – Letters Have No Arms – Ray Price Sings Heart Songs
George Strait – Thoughts Of A Fool – Pure Country
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 14
Ernest Tubb – Two Glasses Joe – The Definitive Collection
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 15
Ernest Tubb – Give Me a Little Old Fashioned Love – Definitive Hits
Ernest Tubb, Marty Robbins, Wilburn Bros – Journey’s End – The Legend And The Legacy
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 16
Ernest Tubb – Walking The Floor Over You – 20th Century Masters
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 17
Ernest Tubb – Waltz Across Texas – 20th Century Masters
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 18
Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn – Thanks A Lot – The Legend And The Legacy
Ernest Tubb CMT Biography – Part 19
Ernest Tubb – Let’s Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello – The Definitive Collection
John Hartford – Nobody Eats At Linebaugh’s Anymore – Morning Bugle

CLA Radio 02/02/18: Super Songs

What:  In honor of the Super Bowl, of course.

When: Friday, February 2, 2018; 6:00 PM Pacific/9:00 PM Eastern.

(We usually start later than the scheduled time, because Generalissimo’s Aftershow generally runs late.)

ConservativeLA Radio also repeats on Thursday night after the Aftershow, and on Sundays at noon Pacific time.

Where: Duane FM in the Hughniverse (subscription required).

Spotify playlist: Here.

Additional info: Hope you can join us in chat!

Twitter info: My Twitter handle is @ConservativeLA. The show hashtag is #CLARadio.

Set list:

David Robidoux – Calm Before The Storm – Road To The Super Bowl XLVI
Curtis Mayfield – Superfly – Superfly OST
Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke – Supercalifragilsticexpialidocious – Mary Poppins OST
James Brown – Super Bad – 20 All-Time Greatest Hits
Pinkie Pie, Cheese Sandwich – Super Duper Party Pony – Pinkie Pie’s Party Playlist
Howlin’ Wolf – I Ain’t Superstitious – Howlin’
Hannah Montana – Supergirl – Hannah Montana 3
David Bowie – Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – Halloween’s Gravest Hits
Rick James – Super Freak – Street Songs
Stevie Wonder – Superwoman – Music Of My Wind
Gin Blossoms – Super Girl – Live In Concert
David Robidoux – When Enemies Collide – Road To The Super Bowl XLVI
Laurie Anderson – O Superman – Talk Normal
Kings Of Leon – Supersoaker – Mechanical Bull
Black Sabbath – Supernaut – Vol 4
REM – Supernatural Superserious – Accelerate
Ben E King – Supernatural Thing Pt 1 – Supernatural Thing
Clutch – Super Duper – Jam Room
REM – Superman – Life’s Rich Pageant
The Clash – Lost In The Supermarket – London Calling
Donovan – Sunshine Superman – Sunshine Superman
Lewis Black – Coke And Pepsi And The Super Bowl Of 2001 – The End Of The Universe
Lenny Kravitz – Superlove – Black And White America
Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson – Superman Lover – Superman Lover
Eric Clapton – Superman Inside – Reptile
Sonic Youth – Superstar – If I Were A Carpenter
Stevie Ray Vaughan – Superstition – Live Alive
David Robidoux – Journey’s End – Road To The Super Bowl XLVI