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March 13, 2012 Options
Remembering Roxy Gordon

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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat, pt. 1   Options b/w Cold Sweat, pt. 2
(King 1967)

Roxy Gordon  Junked Cars   Options Crazy Horse Never Died
(Wowapi 1988)
Roxy Gordon  Long Gone Texas Woman   Options Smaller Circles
(Wowapi 1997)
Roxy Gordon  The Hanging of Black Jack Ketchum   Options Crazy Horse Never Died
(Wowapi 1988)

Talkover Music:
Santana 
Samba Pa' Ti   Options Abraxas
(Columbia 1970)

Roxy Gordon  Sam 1
Loan Me 5 Dollars
Functional Drunk
Gin
Belle Star
Butter & Eggs
Sam 2
Aunt Linda
Apocalypse Now
Wayne Vaguely
Dolly Parton
Aunt Mellie   Options
Townes Asked Did Hank Williams Ever Write Anything as Good as Nothing
(Wowapi )

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night TIme   Options St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI )

Roxy Gordon  Indians   Options Smaller Circles
(Wowapi 1997)
Roxy Gordon  I Used to Know an Assiniboine Girl   Options Crazy Horse Never Died
(Wowapi 1988)
Roxy Gordon  Willie   Options Smaller Circles
(Wowapi 1997)

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 1960s)

Listener comments!

  Tue. 3/13/12 5:55pm Van in dc:

Swooping in to say HI Doug! Will look forward to this show on archive!
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 5:56pm Doug Schulkind:

Live or archive, glad you on board Van!
  Tue. 3/13/12 5:58pm ndbob:

evening doug, van everyone
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 5:59pm Doug Schulkind:

Hello ndbob!
  Tue. 3/13/12 5:59pm Artie:

Drive time! Hello all.
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Don't text and drive, Artie!
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:01pm Tommy:

Tonight, Roxy Gordon LIVES! Thanks, Doug ;)
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:01pm Van in dc:

Doug twitter will reveal why I will be on archive :)
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:02pm El Thatchmo:

CATS AND KITTENS, Put on your mittens: Things are gonna get REAL COOL around here!
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:05pm Doug Schulkind:

That's hysterical, Van!
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:05pm Doug Schulkind:

These "songs" come from poorly mastered CDRs. The muddiness of the sound only adds to the ambience, I contend.
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:07pm Doug Schulkind:

"Long Gone Texas Woman" is the number I played Friday, in case you missed it. I needed to hear it again.
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:23pm listener james from westwood:

boy am i no good at this time-change thing. a belated happy tues all!
Avatar    Tue. 3/13/12 6:23pm Joe McG:

How do I apply to become second coyote boy? Cool show, Doug!
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:24pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi LJfW / and the exalted Joe McG!
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:24pm Tommy:

Townes writing sad songs?? No way! Haha this is great!
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:30pm Tommy:

Great first half! I have to run, but I'll catch the rest on the archives. Cheers, Doug!
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:31pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks for the inspiration, Tommy!
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:34pm ndbob:

a belated hello james!
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:40pm listener james from westwood:

hi ndbob!
important tip for all visiting south florida: check yr luggage before you leave. a gecko hitchhiked up to nj in mine! will be checking w/ county zoo tomorrow to see if they'd like a boarder.
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:41pm Doug Schulkind:

Check your speakers for scorpions, everyone!
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:43pm listener james from westwood:

gods, don't even go there. i'm just happy the rider was a quadruped.
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:48pm Doug Schulkind:

Baseball is an indian.
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:57pm Doug Schulkind:

Ten more minutes to this last track, friends.
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:57pm Paul Z:

Only just tuned in - this is great!
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 6:59pm Doug Schulkind:

You picked a fine time, Paul. Cycle back and dig this on archive later. You'll be glad you did.
  Tue. 3/13/12 6:59pm listener james from westwood:

yes indeed; i had not previously heard of gordon. feel like i've read a book of short stories or a memoir.
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 7:01pm Doug Schulkind:

For a dust-in-your-teeth rendering of Roxy's world, be sure to read this memorial piece in the Dallas Observer from May 2000: bit.ly...
  Tue. 3/13/12 7:03pm ndbob:

will do Doug
  Tue. 3/13/12 7:07pm ndbob:

excellent show!
  Tue. 3/13/12 7:08pm listener james from westwood:

thanks for the article, doug, and of course for the show!
Avatar Tue. 3/13/12 7:10pm Doug Schulkind:

Always a pleasure, you handsome crowd you.
  Tue. 3/13/12 7:29pm Hugo:

Splendid idea! I spotted a RG record n a second-hand shop. I'll have to check back to see if it's still there.
  Tue. 3/13/12 7:38pm glenn:

baseball is an indian?
  Tue. 3/13/12 8:51pm Holly in NC:

Holy Toledo, Doug! I *used* to like to think I was pretty up on the TX outlaw scene - somehow Mr. Gordon never entered my radar. Wow. Humbled, & happy for the discovery. Seems 2 of the lps you played are absolutely not available for purchase via the web - which, in a way, is comforting as well as frustrating.
And that obit is wonderful.
Thank you!
  Wed. 3/14/12 9:49am Brian en Angleterre:

Nice one Doug. I remember the first time I heard Rhythm Rebels in Dec '04 on your programme. Fair turned my head.
The UK connection is particularly strong from Wes McGhee producing and playing to Pete O'Brien releasing Crazy Horse on his own imprint (Sunstorm?). His fanzine Omaha Rainbow named after a John Stewart song there was always a Roxy article each issue. Then John Tobler who runs Road Goes on Forever records that release Smaller Circles over here. He assisted Pete Frame running Zigzag fanzine. It's Pete who records the two train tracks on that album.
  Wed. 3/14/12 10:01am Brian en Angleterre:

I'd like to think that I am 'Indian' but it's wishful.
  Wed. 3/14/12 10:25am Van in DC:

Drummer Some time for me. Greetings from the future.
  Wed. 3/14/12 10:38am Van in DC:

I growed up in muh Native Texas, out there on a ranch even, lettered in bareback broncs in rodeo, bucked the day, went on roundups, raised pigs, was in FFA, owned a dairy heifer, worked the fields & gardens, moved the irrigation pipes, country music galore, the whole Texas scene...and somehow I had never heard of Roxy Gordon. Before the last show. This stuff is just great. Many thanks Doug for putting a fellow Texan on my musical radar.
  Wed. 3/14/12 10:39am Van in DC:

whoops, bucked the *hay*. Boggle.
  Wed. 3/14/12 11:09am Brian en Angleterre:

Van I like bucked the day. Running parallel archive time here.
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