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4. "Well the party's going downhill... and it just got started!"

Trying to do our part in keeping the February blues at bay... Joe and Audrey Allison, "He'll Have to Go" performed by Rockin' Shirley. "(Jim)Reeves recorded what became one of country music's biggest hits ever after listening to a version recorded by singer Billy Brown. The song, written by Joe and Audrey Allison, was inspired after the couple was having difficulty communicating by telephone. Audrey had a soft voice and was unable to speak up so her husband could adequately hear her, so Joe would have his wife place the receiver closer to her mouth.[2] When Brown's version failed to become a hit, Reeves recorded his. It was promptly released to country radio ... as the B-side of the intended hit, "In a Mansion Stands My Love." However, "Mansion" failed to catch on, and disc jockeys began playing the B-side instead.[3] It wasn't long before the song became a huge country and pop hit; several rhythm and blues radio stations played the song, too." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/He%27ll_Have_to_Go Canned Heat , "Going Up the Country" performed by Arden with backup from James "Going Up the Country" (also Goin' Up the Country) is a song by the American blues-rock group Canned Heat. Called a "rural hippie anthem",[1 Canned Heat, who were early blues enthusiasts, based "Going Up the Country" on "Bull Doze Blues", recorded in 1928 by Texas bluesman Henry Thomas.[2] Thomas was from the songster tradition and had a unique sound,[3] sometimes accompanying himself on quills, an early Afro-American wind instrument similar to panpipes. He recorded "Bull Doze Blues" in Chicago on June 13, 1928, for Vocalion Records (no. 1230). For "Going Up the Country", Canned Heat's Wilson used Thomas' melody on the quills and his basic rhythm, but arranged it for a rock setting and rewrote the lyrics. In addition to the bass and drum rhythm section, Henry Vestine supplied a "light electric rhythm guitar"[2] and multi-instrumentalist Jim Horn reproduced Thomas' quill parts on the flute.[4] Taj Mahal and James Rachell, She Caught the Katy: performed by James.. as people were packing up and heading home... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/She_Caught_the_Katy "She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule To Ride)" is a blues standard[1] written by Taj Mahal and James Rachell. The song was first recorded for Taj Mahal's 1968 album The Natch'l Blues,[2] and is one of Mahal's most famous tunes.[3] The "Katy" refers to the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad.[6] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/She_Caught_the_Katy Kris Kristofferson, "For the Good Times" performed by Robin... "For the Good Times" is a song penned by Kris Kristofferson that appeared on his debut album Kristofferson. He wrote the first verse and chorus in 1968 while driving from Nashville to the Gulf of Mexico; an early recording of the song was by Bill Nash on Smash Records.[1][2] In 1970, Ray Price recorded a version of the song which topped the U.S. country music charts[3] and was awarded "Song of the Year" by the Academy of Country Music. "For the Good Times" was Price's fifth #1 single and spent a total of nineteen weeks on the country chart.[4] "For the Good Times" crossed over onto the pop chart peaking at number eleven, becoming Ray Price's only release to hit the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100.[5] Originally Price's label, Columbia Records, released the song as the "B" side of the single, but switched to promoting "For the Good Times" after Wayne Newton recorded his own version of the tune. The flip side, "Grazin' in Greener Pastures," did receive credit on the country music chart.[2] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/For_the_Good_Times_(song) Featuring the usual suspects: Arden, vocals and acoustic lead guitar, Cathy, vocals Don D on electronic drums Gillie, acoustic guitar and vocals James on bass and vocals Robin, rhythem & lead guitar & vocals Roy, plugged in flute & blues harp Shirley, acoustic guitar & vocals Suzan, vocals and tambourine

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9. She Caught The Katy And Left me A Mule To Ride - Someday Baby

She Caught The Katy And Left me A Mule To Ride - Someday Baby

From our first CD "Bonus Tracks"

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15. She Caught The Katy And Left Me A Mule To Ride

She Caught The Katy And Left Me A Mule To Ride

[09-02-15 at: 11:17p.m.c.d.t.] She Caught The Katy And Left Me A Mule To Ride EDIT 07 - 21 - 1991, 4th Set 09 - 01 - 15 1139pm, is an interpretation of She Caught The Katy And Left Me A Mule To Ride by the Fabulous Diving Ducks R&B band based out of Pensacola Florida. This was recorded at Dayton Hills Bar Richland Center Wisconsin on July 21, 1991. I was there and was setting in, [I was in the Mighty Mudsharks band from Pensacola too, the Diving Ducks is an evolution from the Diving Ducks, and both were put together by Gary Zick, Blues harp player, singer song writer, business man and artist, lol ;-) Gary could throw a band together in 5 minutes and be playing in 10 minutes,, just sayin,, lol. The Fender guitar player you hear, and the singing is Steve Guffy [RIP], I can't recall the bass players name dammit!,, nor the drummer,, it's been a few years, and doing it by memory ;-) Sin-Seer-Lee, Terry Lee Arbegust

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16. Soul Power (Half) Hour! with Agent Double-O Soul -- Ep. 24

Soul Power (Half) Hour! with Agent Double-O Soul -- Ep. 24

All aboard! This week, the Soul Power (Half) Hour is taking a look at trains. Don’t need no baggage, you just get on board. Our motoring lineup features: Chuck Berry – Let It Rock James Carr – Freedom Train Little Eva – The Loco-Motion Gladys Knight & the Pips – Friendship Train Taj Mahal – She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride O’Jays – Love Train The Impressions – People Get Ready Plus, special guest appearances by Tiny Bradshaw, Christine Kittrell, Lloyd George, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Louis Jordan, Wilson Pickett and Mavis Staples. So, sit back, relax and dig the noise -- thanks for listening! Check us out on Facebook and Twitter: www.facebook.com/groups/1859302270751796/ twitter.com/Double_O_Soul

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17. She Caught The Katy And Left Me A Mule To Ride

She Caught The Katy And Left Me A Mule To Ride

Someday Baby, since 2001 from the 2005 release "Bonus Tracks" (same as Canadian 2006 release "Backbone Move") Csaba Gál Boogie - resophonic, voice János Mazura - tuba, jug Zoltán Kárpáti - drums Instruments in this track: the same

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