The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit / Time Again Radio Show presents:

Hey Listeners,

So I had sort of worked up a Cause and Effect for this past Saturday and a technical glitch resulted it in not making onto the air. I really liked the theme and the setlist, so I toyed with it a little bit and am psyched to run with it tonight. So the idea was to look at two completely different music scenes that were taking place about 2500 miles from each other. One in East Nashville, TN and the other in Laurel Canyon in LALA Land.

I originally planned to to an East Nashville sow after reading Guy Clark’s biography this summer. I was just fascinated with the scene there in the 70s, but then after watching two documentaries about Laurel Canyon it occurred to me that as different as those two scenes were they both had an impact on music that has become a huge genre – Americana.

One scene was the outlaw country scene and the other was the laid back singer songwriter hippie scene. As different as the two worlds were I think together they helped spawn the American genre that is so popular today. So please sit back and listen as we travel from East Nashville to Laurel Canyon.

The Haberdasher

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Playlist:

    Time: August 3 - 5:00:00 pm
  • Spooky Lady's Sideshow

    Kris Kristofferson, “Star-Spangled Bummer (Whores Die Hard)”

    from Spooky Lady's Sideshow

    Columbia Nashville - 1974

  • Time: August 3 - 5:03:35 pm
  • Tramp On Your Street

    Billy Joe Shaver, “Tramp On Your Street”

    from Tramp On Your Street

    Sony Legacy

  • Time: August 3 - 5:08:51 pm
  • Honky Tonk Heroes

    Waylon Jennings, “Ride Me Down Easy”

    from Honky Tonk Heroes

    RCA Records Label Nashville - 1973

  • Time: August 3 - 5:11:33 pm
  • Wanted! The Outlaws

    Tompall Glaser and Band, “T for Texas”

    from Wanted! The Outlaws

    Columbia - 1976

  • Time: August 3 - 5:15:48 pm
  • Distant Drums

    Jim Reeves, “Distant Drums”

    from Distant Drums

    RCA Legacy

  • Time: August 3 - 5:18:38 pm
  • Ferlin Husky Greatest Hits

    Ferlin Husky, “Gone”

    from Ferlin Husky Greatest Hits

    K-Tel

  • Time: August 3 - 5:21:00 pm
  • Best of Mickey Newbury

    Mickey Newbury, “An American Trilogy”

    from Best of Mickey Newbury

    Curb Records - 1991

  • Time: August 3 - 5:25:53 pm
  • Boss Man

    Charlie Rich, “Memphis and Arkansas Bridge”

    from Boss Man

    Epic/Legacy - 1970

  • Time: August 3 - 5:29:34 pm
  • James Talley, “Are They Gonna Make Us Outlaws Again”

    from Tryin' Like The Devil

    Cimarron Records

  • Time: August 3 - 5:32:53 pm
  • Your Place Or Mine

    Gary Stewart, “The Blue Ribbon Blues”

    from Your Place Or Mine

    RCA

  • Time: August 3 - 5:35:48 pm
  • Alone Again

    George Jones, “A Drunk Can't Be a Man”

    from Alone Again

    Epic - 1976

  • Time: August 3 - 5:38:31 pm
  • Countrypolitan Favorites

    Southern Culture on the Skids, “Oh Lonesome Me”

    from Countrypolitan Favorites

    Kudzu Records - 2007

  • Time: August 3 - 5:41:41 pm
  • Try Again

    Mike Ireland, “Life Has It's Little Ups and Downs”

    from Try Again

    Ashmont Records - 2002

  • Time: August 3 - 5:46:28 pm
  • Cowboys and Daddys

    Bobby Bare, “The Cowboy and the Poet (Faster Horses)”

    from Cowboys and Daddys

    Legacy Recordings - 1975

  • Time: August 3 - 5:49:36 pm
  • Geronimo's Cadillac

    Michael Martin Murphey, “Natchez Trace”

    from Geronimo's Cadillac

    Hip-O Select Retail (AM) - 1972

  • Time: August 3 - 5:53:37 pm
  • In the Beginning

    Townes Van Zandt, “Hunger Child Blues”

    from In the Beginning

    Fat Possum - 2009

  • Time: August 3 - 5:56:52 pm
  • Texas Cookin'

    Guy Clark, “Black Haired Boy”

    from Texas Cookin'

    RCA - 1976

  • Time: August 3 - 6:00:02 pm
  • Nashville Skyline

    Bob Dylan, “Peggy Day”

    from Nashville Skyline

    Upheaval Dome Music - 1969

  • Time: August 3 - 6:02:05 pm
  • Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention, “Trouble Every Day”

    from Freak Out

    Verve

  • Time: August 3 - 6:07:54 pm
  • Pretties for You

    Alice Cooper, “Fields of Regret”

    from Pretties for You

    Rhino/Warner Records - 2005

  • Time: August 3 - 6:13:39 pm
  • Waiting for the Sun

    The Doors, “Five to One”

    from Waiting for the Sun

    Rhino/Elektra - 1968

  • Time: August 3 - 6:18:04 pm
  • Déjà vu

    Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, “Almost Cut My Hair”

    from Déjà vu

    Rhino Atlantic - 1970

  • Time: August 3 - 6:22:33 pm
  • Retrospective - The Best of Buffalo Springfield

    Buffalo Springfield, “Go and Say Goodbye”

    from Retrospective - The Best of Buffalo Springfield

    ATCO / Atlantic

  • Time: August 3 - 6:24:56 pm
  • Ladies of the Canyon

    Joni Mitchell, “Ladies of the Canyon”

    from Ladies of the Canyon

    Rhino/Warner Records - 1970

  • Time: August 3 - 6:28:29 pm
  • Forever Changes (2015 Remastered Version)

    Love, “Alone Again Or (2015 Remastered Version)”

    from Forever Changes (2015 Remastered Version)

    Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group - 1967

  • Time: August 3 - 6:31:46 pm
  • The Notorious Byrd Brothers

    The Byrds, “Draft Morning”

    from The Notorious Byrd Brothers

    Legacy Recordings

  • Time: August 3 - 6:34:28 pm
  • No Other (Deluxe Edition)

    Gene Clark, “The True One (2019 Remaster)”

    from No Other (Deluxe Edition)

    4AD - 2019

  • Time: August 3 - 6:38:27 pm
  • Where the Action Is! Los Angeles Nuggets (1965-1968)

    The Mamas & The Papas, “Somebody Groovy”

    from Where the Action Is! Los Angeles Nuggets (1965-1968)

    Rhino - 2009

  • Time: August 3 - 6:41:36 pm
  • Hot Burritos! The Flying Burrito Brothers Anthology (1969 - 1972)

    The Flying Burrito Brothers, “High Fashion Queen”

    from Hot Burritos! The Flying Burrito Brothers Anthology (1969 - 1972)

    A&M - 2000

  • Time: August 3 - 6:43:43 pm
  • Hand Sown...Home Grown

    Linda Ronstadt, “The Only Mama That'll Walk the Line”

    from Hand Sown...Home Grown

    Capitol Records - 1995

  • Time: August 3 - 6:46:05 pm
  • Linda Ronstadt, Stone Poneys & Friends, Vol. III

    Linda Ronstadt & Stone Poneys, “Some Of Shelly's Blues”

    from Linda Ronstadt, Stone Poneys & Friends, Vol. III

    CAPITOL CATALOG MKT (C92) - 1968

  • Time: August 3 - 6:48:15 pm
  • Longbranch/Pennywhistle (Remastered)

    Longbranch/Pennywhistle, “Run Boy, Run”

    from Longbranch/Pennywhistle (Remastered)

    Geffen - 2018

  • Time: August 3 - 6:51:07 pm
  • For Everyman

    Jackson Browne, “Red Neck Friend”

    from For Everyman

    Elektra Off Roster

  • Time: August 3 - 6:55:06 pm
  • North Hills

    Dawes, “Love Is All I Am”

    from North Hills

    ATO Records

106 August 3rd, 2020

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