Route 78 West 2/27/2005 back
Show #208 Electronically Re-Channeled AUDIO UNAVAILABLE
 track  artist, song-label, format
  01     Lunford Brothers, Steel Guitar Wobble-Okeh, 78 (1936-37)
02     Bill Boyd's Cowboy Ramblers, Domino Rag-Bluebird, LP
03     Duff Family, Brown's Ferry Blues-Band Box, 45Rpm
04     Turner Brothers, Kentucky-Radio Artists Records-78
- break 5:13 pm
05     Speedy West, Skiddle-De-Boo-Capitol, 78
06     Jess Hooper & His Daydreamers, All Messed Up-Meteor, 45
- break 5:20 pm
07     Gene O'Quinn, The Devil On My Shoulder-Capitol Records, 45
08     Mack Curtis, You Ain't Treatin' Me Right-King, 78
09     Hanksaw Hawkins, Rebound-Rebound-RCA Victor, 78
10     The Country Cabin Boys, Wounded Knee Polka-Ecco Fonic, 45
- break 5:33 pm
11     The Country Cabin Boys, Lucky's Lullabye-Ecco Fonic, 45
12     Amos Millburn & His Chicken Shackers-Drifting Blues-Aladdin, 78
13     Ray Price, Crazy Arms-Columbia , LP
- break 5:44 pm
14     Little Jimmy Dickens, When That Love Bug Bites-Columbia, 78
15     Sammy Masters, Lost Little Nickle-Ecco Fonic, 45
16     Milton Brown & His Brownies, I'm Talkin' About You-78
17     Sean Mencher, Jumpin' Track-Ecco Fonic, 45
- break 5:59 pm
18     Claudio Tallino, Killer Adios-Dagored, CD
19     Multicast, Spanish Piece
20     Santo & Johnny, Harbor Lights-Black Tulip, CD
- break 6:10 pm
21     Fred Rose, Blues In My Mind-Columbia, 78
22     Bar-X, Hangover Blues
23     Roy Hall & His Blue Ridge Entertainers, Can You Forgive-Bluebird, 78
- break 6:21 pm
24     Gid Tanner & His Skillet Lickers, Back Up And Push-Bluebird, 78
25     Armie Smith & The Southern Swingers, Nobody's Fault But My Own-RCA Victor, 78
26     Chuck Bowers, Pig Pen Boogie-Choice, 78
27     Big Al Downing, Down On The Farm-Roller Coaster, 45
28     Richmond Fontaine, Burned
29     Local 33, Blue Collar Work Day (new)
- break 6:41 pm
30     Gravenhurst, Flowers In Her Hair-Warp, CD
31     Bob Dylan & Robie Robertson, Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowland
Notes: The show's guest tonight was Eric Allen of the band, "The Apples In Stereo." Eric is a musician, a musical encyclopedia and friend of Route 78 West. During the show he introduced us to the fine record label "Ecco Fonics" and "Band Box," a historic label based out of Denver Colorado.

Between traks conversation was in high gear. Earlier in the week some great old 78s were brought back to life via a night long quonset hut recording session and made it to this show along with some new releases and rare recordings. The hot trak was Sean Mencher's 45rpm, "Jumpin' Track" on the Ecco Fonic label.

Post show eats at the "Tavern" wrapping up with an enjoyable, but unusual round of nightcap drinks. Whoa!