Today was the last regularly-scheduled Red Rooster Party on WHUS. There is a chance we will do a few more shows, but they will be occasional appearances not on the summer schedule. Marti and I are moving to NC soon, and we had to end it sometime, and now is the time.
We were preempted in our usual time slot 2-4pm, so we moved the show up two hours to 12-2pm to bring you the entire show.
We remembered my horse, Aero, who died the day before after a nearly 30-year lifespan. We played the original version of "Goodbye Old Pal" by Cliff Carlisle in tribute as well as the Bill Monroe version a little later in the show. Our equine pals are down to two remaining, and while the pasture is lonelier now, we will be taking them with us to NC.
We played some of my favorite early country music in the first half of the show, and Joe Bussard had a wonderful Country Classics show during the second half playing some early favorites and a handful of rare recordings I had not only not heard before, but had not heard OF either.
Check the radio around the usual time slot on Sunday afternoons through May and you might catch us again. If you join our Facebook page, we will even give you advance notice.
Until then, all our best.
Artist / Song / Disk / Label / Year
- The Stanley Brothers / The White Dove / 78 RPM single / Columbia / 1949
- Shadd Cobb & Charlie Cushman / Sourwood Mountain / Out of These Mountains / A Simple Life / 2013
- Wayne Raney / Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me / Country & Western Hit Parade 1949 / Bear Family / 1949
- Cliff Carlisle / Goodbye Old Pal / A Country Legacy 1930-1939 / JSP / 1934
- Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseans / Sad Memories / 78 RPM single / Vocalion / 1937
- Lulu Belle & Scotty / Sugar Babe / Early and Great Volume 1 / Old Homestead / 1940s
- Rose Maddox & The Maddox Brothers / Old Pal of Yesterdays / When The Sun Goes Down / B.A.C.M / 1954
- The South Carolina Broadcasters / Things In Life / We'll Sing Once More / Self-released / 2017
- Loretta Lynn / Blue Kentucky Girl / Blue Kentucky Girl / Decca / 1965
- Andy Griffith with The Country Boys / Flop Eared Mule / American Originals / Capitol / 1961
- Andy Griffith / Cindy / American Originals / Capitol / 1961
- Sara & Maybelle Carter / Happiest Days Of All / Sara & Maybelle Carter / Bear Family / 1966
- Jimmie Driftwood / Tennessee Stud / Voice Of The People / Omni / 1966
- Hank Williams / Rockin' Chair Money / Rockin' Chair Money / Bear Family / 1949
- Pappy "Gube" Beaver / The Straight And Narrow Way / The Golden Age Of Country Music / Cattle / 1947
- Tex Williams & His Western Caravan / Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) / Smoke That Cigarette - Pleasure To Burn / Bear Family / 1947
- Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys / Goodbye Old Pal / Blue Moon Of Kentucky - 1936-1949 / Bear Family / 1947
- J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers / Kiss Me Cindy / The Golden Age Of J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers / Cattle / 1937
- Early Upchurch, Doris Kidd, and The Friendly Quartet / I'm Getting Ready To Go / 45 RPM single / Field Recorders Collective / 1960s
- The Stripling Brothers / The Lost Child / 78 RPM single / Melotone / 1928
- Hoke Rice and His Southern (or Capitol) String Band / Chinese Breakdown / 78 RPM single / QRS / 1929
- Georgia Crackers [Cofer Brothers] / I've Got A Gal In Baltimore / 78 RPM single / Okeh / 1927
- Henry Spaulding / Cairo Blues / 78 RPM single / Brunswick / 1939
- "Hi" Henry Brown / Skin Man Blues / 78 RPM single / Vocalion / 1932
- South Street Trio (Bobby Leecan, Robert Cooksey, Alfred Martin) / Big Four / 78 RPM single / Victor / 1929
- Charles Underwood Acc. Hack's String Band / Black Snake Moan / 78 RPM single / Gennett / 1930
- John & Emery McClung (McClung Brothers) / Liza Jane / 78 RPM single / Brunswick / 1927
- Gid Tanner-Riley Puckett / On Tanner's Farm / 78 RPM single / Bluebird / 1934
- Wilf Carter (Montana Slim) / My Faithful Old Pinto Pal / 78 RPM single / Bluebird / 1936
- Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies / Fan It / 78 RPM single / Decca / 1936
- Lone Ark Mountain Boys / Bill's Last Run / Bill's Last Run / unk / unk
- Old Joe Clark / Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss / Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss / unk / unk
- Hobo Jack (Adkins) / Mountain Music / 78 RPM single / Starday / 1957
- Buffalo Mountain Boys / Walking In the Parlor / single / Fonotone / 1960s
- Buzz Busby and the Bayou Boys / Talking Banjo / 78 RPM single / Starday / 1956
- Johnson Mountain Boys / Johnson Mountain Hoedown / 45 RPM single / Copper Creek / 1979
- Rev F. W. McGhee and Congregation / Death May Be Your Pay Check / 78 RPM single / Victor / 1928
- The Carter Family / Walking In The King's Highway / 78 RPM single / Decca / 1938
- Carl Story and the Rambling Mountaineers / My Lord Keeps A Record / 78 RPM single / Mercury / 1949
- Ned Luberecki, Ron Pennington / Grey Eagle / New Strings / Borderline Productions / 1990
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