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George Jones & Sam Moore

   
 

November 15th, 2006 ~ This week we are visited by two men with legendary voices, in country and soul, famous for their duets and more. From the cotton patches of East Texas, George Jones remains one of the most distinctive voices in country music or otherwise. Known as "the King of Broken Hearts," his hits through the '60s and '70s remain the high water mark for country ballads. Sam Moore, formerly of Sam & Dave, recalls his early days as a gospel singer in Miami and his conversion to pop. As a '60s "Soul Man" he recorded a string of jukebox classics, then pressed through difficult times and has emerged with a second career on his own.

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Hour One   Hour Two  
  • Open Bed: Color of the Blues George Jones
    The Classic Mercury Years, Mercury
  • The Race is On George Jones
    Greatest Hits, CEMA
  • Lost Highway Hank Williams
    The Complete Hank Williams, Polygram
  • Stand By Your Man Tammy Wynette
    Stand By Your Man, Epic/Legacy
  • You Don't Have Far to Go Candi Staton
    His Hands, Astralwerks
  • Today I Started Loving You Again Bobby Bland
    Greatest Hits Volume Two - The ABC-Dunhill/MCA Recordings, MCA
  • Instrumental: Honky Tonk King Curtis
    The Best of King Curtis, Capitol Jazz
  • Heartaches by the Number Dwight Yoakam
    Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc., Reprise/Rhino
  • Color of the Blues Elvis Costello and the Attractions
    Almost Blue, Rhino
  • You Gotta Be My Baby George Jones
    George Jones: Live Recordings from the Louisiana Hayride, Scena
  • INTERVIEW: George Jones Pt.1
    Listen
  • Instrumental: Touch My Heart Lloyd Green
    The Little Darlin' Sound of Lloyd Green, KOCH
  • INTERVIEW: George Jones Pt.2
    Listen
  • Cotton Eyed Joe Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
    San Antonio Rose, Bear Family
  • Cotton Eyed Joe Nina Simone
    Nina Simone Anthology: The Colpix Years, Rhino
  • End Bed: Behave Yourself Booker T. & The M.G.'s
    The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968, Atlantic
 
  • Open Bed: Soul Man Sam & Dave
    Sweet ‘N' Soul Anthology 1965-1971, Rhino
  • Traveling Mood Snooks Eaglin & Friends
    The Sonet Blues Story, Verve
  • Hole in the Wall Floyd Dixon
    Marshall, Texas is My Home, Specialty
  • Down the Road Apiece The Rolling Stones
    The Rolling Stones, Now, abkco
  • Desde Que Conosco (Since I Met You Baby) Freddy Fender
    Canciones de Mi Barrio, Arhoolie
  • Texas Woman Blues Taj Mahal
    The Essential Taj Mahal, Columbia/Lagacy
  • I'm A King Bee Slim Harpo
    The Excello Singles Anthology, Hip-O
  • Instrumental: Bo-Time The Mar-Keys
    The Complete Stax/Volt Singles: 1959-1968, Atlantic
  • INTERVIEW: Sam Moore
    Listen
  • The Soul of A Man Fontella Bass
    Chess Soul: A Decade of Chicago's Finest, MCA/Chess
  • Dark End of the Street Frank Black
    Honeycomb, Back Porch
  • Instrumental: I Am A Pilgrim David Grisman & Tony Rice
    Tone Poems, Acoustic Disc
  • Where the Soul (of Man) Never Dies The Blue Sky Boys
    The Sunny Side of Life, Bear Family
  • Swing Low Sweet Chariot The Staple Singers
    Great Day, Milestone
  • Will the Circle be Unbroken Lonnie ‘Big Ben' Bennett
    Sacred Steel Instrumentals, Arhoolie
  • End Bed: Just A Closer Walk With Thee Marcus Roberts
    If I Could Be With You, BMG