Viking Twang’s Second Birthday Extravaganza Part 1!

Written by on August 3, 2016

Carters Maybelle ChetViking Twang Show 95, August 3, 2016
Good morning, welcome to Viking Twang Episode 95. Today marks the second anniversary of Viking Twang. Our first show was August 5, 2015. In celebration, we’re having a two-hour extravaganza, with six of our favorite sets from the past year. Here’s the first set from Viking Twang 54, Sept. 1, 2015.

1 – Twang Theme, W.C. Beck & the Portland Country Underground.
2 – Happy Rovin’ Cowboy, Sons of the Pioneers.
3 – Wheezie Anna; Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies.
4 – You’re From Texas; Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.
5 – Back In The Saddle Again; Gene Autry.
6 – Let Me Ride My Pony Down The Sunset Trail. Maddox Brothers and Rose.
7 – Out On The Lone Prairie; Patsy Montana.
8 – Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie; Derwood Brown and His Musical Brownies.
9 – Prairie Lullaby; Jimmie Rodgers.

Second Set:
We go to Christmas time, December 22, 2015, for Episode 70 and some Louis Armstrong.

10 – Gut Bucket Blues; from the band’s first recording session on Nov. 12, 1925.
11 – Heebie Jeebies; from Feb. 26, 1926, featuring Louis’ first vocal perfomance.
12 – Ory’s Creole Trombone; from Sept. 2, 1927. This is a song that Kid Ory first recorded in Los
Angeles in 1921.
13 – Struttin’ With Some Barbecue; from December, 1927.
14 – Christmas Night in Harlem; recorded with Eartha Kitt in 1951.

Third Set:
My buddy Joe Baker brought in some of his favorite honky tonk country to Episode 65. Nov. 17, 2015.

15 — Blue Railroad Train; Delmore Brothers
16 — The Precious Jewel; Roy Acuff
17 — It’s Raining Here This Morning; Grandpa Jones
18 — Lonesome Wind Blues; Wayne Raney
19– That’s How Much I Love You; Eddy Arnold
20 — Foggy Mountain Top; The Carter Sisters and Mother MaybelleSons+of+the+Pioneers

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Playlist:

Track

Artist

Album

  • Twang Theme
    W.C. Beck & the Portland Country Underground
    Kansawyer
  • Happy Rovin' Cowboy
    Sons of the Pioneers
    Songs of the Prairie

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