5.14.2009

iVoryTowerz Radio: The Western Special (Deux or Dos)

There's nothing like a sequel to give a program the stamp of success. This week the underground podcast goes western, as a sequel to the most popular iVoryTowerz Radio program ever: The Ecstasy of Gold. So if you like music with a western flair, settle in for plenty of pedal steel guitars, banjos and fiddles. But it wouldn't be an underground podcast without an eclectic twist. So you'll also find everything here from punk and metal to rockabilly and reggae. There's a lot more than just folk, country, country-rock and alt-country here. And the music covers more than 70 years of modern sounds. Jingle jangle your spurs, and, of course, enjoy responsibly.


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Playlist

"Hang 'em High" by The Reggae Cowboys
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Rawhide” by Dezperadoz
Jeff’s New Wave: “Take This Job and Shove It” by The Dead Kennedys
"Jeannie Needs a Shooter" by Warren Zevon
“Knoxville Girl" by The Outlaws
"Big Iron" by Marty Robbins
"South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)" by Patsy Cline
"Love is a Rose" by Linda Ronstadt
"Back to Austin" by Shelley Laine
“Mexicali Rose” by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
“Chattanooga Choo Choo” by Asleep at the Wheel with Willie Nelson
“Go West” by Geraint Watkins
"Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key" by Billy Bragg & Wilco
"El Paso" by Don McLean
"Viva Zapata" by Link Wray
Cover Me: "The Theme from the Magnificent Seven" by Los Straightjackets
"3:10 to Yuma, Main Title Theme" by Marco Beltrami

(Mp3 Runs - 1:11:16; 66 MB.)

(The photo is from the National Endowment for the Arts and is in the public domain.)



DISCLAIMER: The iVoryTowerz podcast is a non-commercial, non-profit program designed and used for educational purposes. Some of the material contained in this podcast is previously copyrighted but used with permission. Other copyrighted material is reused following fair use guidelines. Any copyright holders who do not wish to have their material used should contact the programmers directly at ivorytowerzradio@att.net and it will be removed. The programmers do not support filesharing and encourage listeners to buy music from the artists featured in this podcast.





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