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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
The Osborne Brothers Rocky Top single (b/w My Favorite Memory) (Decca) (1968) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Cab Calloway With The Four Bells, Jimmy Carroll And Orchestra Hey Joe single (b-side to Gambler’s Guitar) (Bell) (1953) (Original release by Carl Smith/Boudleaux)
Fairport Convention Some Sweet Day BBC Session (n/a) (1969) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Jussi & The Boys Nääsville Blues Kerran Vielä, Pojat! (Turenki) (2014) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
The Beverly Sisters Willie Can shellac 10″ (b/w We’ve Started Courtin’) (Decca) (1956) (Original release by Mitch Miller and His Orchestra and Chorus/Felice & Boudleaux)
Solomon King She Wears My Ring single (b/w I Get That Feeling Over You) (Columbia) (1967) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Tompall & the Glaser Brothers She Loves the Love I Give Her single (b-side to Ooie-Gooie) (Decca) (1959) (Boudleaux)
The Blackwells Always It’s You single (b-side to Honey Honey) (Kaimie) (1960) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Cowboy Copas Blue Kimona single (b/w Breeze) (Dot) (1957) (Boudleaux)
Dick Dale & His Del-Tones Mexico King Of The Surf Guitar (Capitol) (1963) (Bob Moore and His Orchestra/Boudleaux)
Robbie Fulks Wedding of the Bugs Straight Outta Boone Country (Bloodshot) (1997) (Original release by Moon Mullican/Boudleaux and Moon Mullican)
Music behind DJ: 
Al Hirt
Theme From A Dream Honey In The Horn (RCA Victor) (1963) (Original release by Chet Atkins/Boudleaux)
Bob Luman Let’s Think About Living single (b/w You’ve Got Everything) (Warner Bros.) (1960) (Boudleaux)
Rusty & Doug Kershaw Hey Sheriff single (b-side to Sweet Thing (Tell Me That You Love Me)) (Hickory) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Cowboy Copas And Kathy Copas Copy Cat shellac 10″ (b-side to Those “Gone And Left Me” Blues) (King) (1952) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Sonny James Baltimore single (b-side to Least Of All You) (Capitol) (1964) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Roy Clark Come Live With Me single (b-side to Darby’s Castle) (Dot) (1973) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Marty Wilde Love Of My Life Wilde About Marty (Philips) (1959) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
The Hep Stars Bird Dog single (b-side to A Tribute To Buddy Holly) (Olga) (1965) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Gram Parsons And Emmylou Harris Brand New Heartache Sleepless Nights (A&M) (1976) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Helen Merrill Devoted To You American Country Songs (Atco) (1959) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Persuasions All I Have To Do Is Dream Good News (Rounder) (1982) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Music behind DJ: 
Chet Atkins and His Galloping Guitar
Country Gentleman single (b-side to The Bells Of St. Mary’s) (RCA Victor) (1953) (Boudleaux & Chet Atkins)
Golden Boys Wake Up Little Susie single (b/w unk.) (unk.) (1958) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Connie Smith I’m Little But I’m Loud Connie In The Country (RCA Camden) (1967) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/writteb by Boudleaux & Little Jimmy Dickens)
Little Jimmy Dickens It May Be Silly (But Ain’t It Fun)? shellac 10″ (b/w What About You) (Columbia) (1951) (Boudleaux & Little Jimmy Dickens)
Eddy Arnold and His Guitar I’ve Been Thinking shellac 10″ (b/w Don’t Forget) (RCA Victor) (1958) (Boudleaux)
Goldie Hill It’s A Lovely, Lovely World single (b-side to Loved And Lost) (Decca) (1961) (Original release by Carl Smith/Boudleaux)
Bobby Lord Hawk-Eye shellac 10″ (b/w I Can’t Make My Dreams Understand) (Columbia) (1955) (Boudleaux)
Thelma Blackmon Living Doll single (b/w I’ll Never Believe It) (MGM) (1957) (Boudleaux)
Tommy Zang I’m Gonna Slip You Offa My Mind single (b-side to Every Hour, Every Day) (Hickory) (1961) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Merle Haggard and The Strangers Living With The Shades Pulled Down single (b-side to It’s All In The Movies) (Capitol) (1975) (Felice & Boudleaux and Merle Haggard)
Elvis Presley Hows The World Treating You Elvis (RCA Victor) (1956) (Original release by The Beaver Valley Sweethearts/Boudleaux and Chet Atkins)
Music behind DJ: 
Bob Moore
Hot Spot single (b-side to Mexico) (Monument) (1961) (Original release by Boudleaux Bryant and The Sparks/Felice & Boudleaux)
Moon Mullican Sugar Beet shellac 10″ (b-side to Pipeliner Blues) (King) (1952) (Boudleaux)
Webb Pierce Bye Bye Love single (b-side to Missing You) (Decca) (1957) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Homer And Jethro With June Carter Country Girl shellac 10″ (b-side to Baby, It’s Cold Outside (With Apologies To Frank Loesser)) (RCA Victor) (1949) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Felice & Boudleaux)
Eddy Arnold With Hugo Winterhalter’s Chorus And Orchestra The Richest Man (In The World) shellac 10″ (b/w I Walked Alone Last Night) (RCA Victor) (1955) (Boudleaux)
Carl Smith Back Up Buddy shellac 10″ (b-side to If You Tried As Hard To Love Me (As You Do To Break My Heart)) (Columbia) (1953) (Felice & Boudleaux?)
Little Jimmy Dickens I Got A Hole in My Pocket single (b/w Me And My Big Loud Mouth) (Columbia) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
John Prine with Iris DeMent We Could In Spite Of Ourselves (Oh Boy) (1999) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Felice)
Sara Watkins You’re The One I Love Sun Midnight Sun (Nonesuch) (2012) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Jimmy Webb Love Hurts Letters (Reprise) (1972) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Beatles So How Come (No One Loves Me) prev. unr. (BBC) (1963) (Original release by The Omegas/Felice & Boudleaux)
Music behind DJ: 
Leo Kottke
All I Have To Do Is Dream Guitar Music (Chrysalis) (1981) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Anita Carter Blue Doll single (b/w Go Away Johnny) (Cadence) (1958) (Boudleaux)
Skeeter Davis Raining In My Heart Sings Buddy Holly (RCA Victor) (1967) (Original release by Buddy Holly/Felice & Boudleaux)
The Lane Brothers Little Brother single (b/w So Satisfied) (RCA Victor) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Ray Charles Midnight Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Volume Two (ABC-Paramount) (1962) (Original release by Red Foley/Boudleaux & Chet Atkins)
Ruth Brown With The James Quintet & Orch. Have a Good Time single (b/w Ruth Brown With Orchestra-Daddy Daddy) (Atlantic) (1952) (Original release by Tony Bennett with Percy Faith and His Orchestra/Felice & Boudleaux)
Bob Dylan Take Me As I Am (Or Let Me Go) Self Potrait (Columbia) (1970) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Boudleaux)
Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds Take a Message to Mary Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds Sing The Everly Brothers (Seconds of Pleasure bonus EP) (F-Beat) (1980) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Elvis Costello Sleepless Nights Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons (Almo Sounds) (1999) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
David Ross Wake Up Little Susie shellac 10″ (b/w Be My Girl) (Embassy) (1957) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Music behind DJ: 
Jerry Byrd
Sleepless Nights Potpourri (Monument) (1966) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Mark Dinning Lonely Island single (b/w Turn Me On) (MGM) (1961) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Fourmost Just In Case single (b-side to Hello Little Girl) (Parlophone) (1963) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Kitty Wells A Change Of Heart single (b-side to Three Ways (To Love You)) (Decca) (1957) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Silas Dooley Jr. (Dave Adams, Joe Meek prod.) Out Behind The Barn prev. unr. (n/a) (1963) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Boudleaux)
Robert Mitchum That Man Right There single (b/w You Deserve Each Other) (Monument) (1967) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Steve Alaimo Lady Of The House single (b-side to Blowin’ In The Wind) (ABC-Paramount) (1965) (Original release by Rusty Draper/Felice & Boudleaux)
Chris Hillman and Herb Pederson Problems Way Out West (Back Porch) (2002) (Original release by Everly Brothrs/Felice & Boudleaux)
Skeeter Davis My Last Date (With You) single (b/w Someone I’d Like To Forget) (RCA Victor) (1960) (Boudleaux, Floyd Cramer, Skeeter Davis)
The Everly Brothers Like Strangers single (b/w Brand New Heartache) (Cadence) (1960) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Everly Brothers Poor Jenny single (b-side to Take A Message To Mary) (Cadence) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Bud & Felice Bryant Overweight Blues single (b/w I Dreamed Of A Wedding) (MGM) (1951)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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