Route 78 West 6/14/2009 back
Show #424 Break-In


 track  artist, song-label, format
  01     Luis Bacalov, A Man Called Noon-CD
02     Lefty Frizzell, These Hands-Bear Family, CD
03     Red Simpson, Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves-EMI, CD
04     Lefty Frizzell, Sick, Sober and Sorry-Bear Family, CD
- break 10:31 am
05     Webb Pierce, Drifting Texas Sands-Krazy Kat, CD
06     Slim Duncan, Dear Okie-Columbia, 78
07     Claudio Tallino, Killer Adios-Dagored, CD
08     Commander Cody, Truck stop At The End Of The World-CD
09     Hank Williams, Lost Highway-Time Life Music, CD
- break 10:47 am
10     Merle Haggard, Okie From Muskogee-Capitol, CD
11     Buck Owens, Got A Heartache-Capitol, LP
12     Buddy Miller, On The Track-CD
13     Avett Brothers, Tear Down The House-Ramseur, CD
- break 11:04 am
14     Townes Van Zandt, Dollar Bill Blues-TVZ Records, CD
15     Steve Earle, White Freightliner Blues-New West Records, CD (2009)
16     O Death, Ratscars-Kemado, CD (request)
17     Whiskeytown, Jacksonville Skyline-Lost Highway, CD (2001)
- break 11:18 am
18     Low-Fi, Damage Twins-CD
19     Richmond Fontaine, I Fell Into Painting Houses In Phoenix Arizona-El Cortez, CD (2007)
20     The Handsome Family, All The TV's In Town-Carrot Top Records, CD (2001, Twilight)
- break 11:30 am
21     John Prine, Ain't Hurtin' Nobody, Atlantic, 33 LP
- break 11:35 am
22     Chuckanut Drive, Ain't Much Action-Ragtown, CD
23     Pogues, Honky Tonk Women-Warner, CD
24     Johnny Cash, Any Old Wind That Blows-Capitol, LP
25     Rex Hobart and the Misery Boys, I'm Not Drunk Enough to Say I Love You-CD
26     Buffalo Springfield, Sell Out-Reprise, CD (just released)
- break 11:52 am
27     Iron & Wine, Homeward These Shoes-Sub Pop, CD
- break 11:58 am
28     Dao Strom, Day That We Met-Dao Strom, CD (2004, Send Me Home)

If you find yourself locked out the only option is to break in. DJ George did just that today. About quarter past the hour I finally heard the familiar jingle as another installment of Route 78 West began broadcasting.

George had a few tricks up his sleeve beginning with O Death, The Handsome Family and finally "Day That We Met" by Dao Strom. Not to mention the Pogue's cover which caught me off guard. Still there were plenty of the old standbys and one in particular caught my ear, "Any Old Wind That Blows" by Johnny Cash.

Thanks to George for covering our asses and putting down some great music. Hey George... prepare yourself to be "BRANDED" with a red hot Route 78 West logo. See ya next week.

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