3rd Coast Music Magazine FREEFORM AMERICAN ROOTS CHART REAL MUSIC PLAYED FOR REAL PEOPLE BY REAL DJs
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    FAR #3 (OCT 99)  
 
  1. THE DERAILERS: FULL WESTERN DRESS (Sire) *BC/*DF

  2. Roger Wallace: Hillbilly Heights (Texas Round-Up) *LB/*MM

  3. Buddy Miller: Cruel Moon (Hightone)
    John Prine: In Spite Of Ourselves (Oh Boy)

  4. Cornell Hurd Band: At Large (Behemoth)
    Deke Dickerson & The Ecco-Fonics: More Million Sellers (Hightone) *RS
    Freakwater: End Time (Thrilljockey) *TJ
    Guy Clark: Cold Dog Soup (Sugar Hill) *JH
    Red Dirt Rangers: Ranger’s Command (Lazy SOB)
    West Coast Pinups: Woman’s Work (Hard Eight) *TG

  5. BB King: Tribute To Louis Jordan (?) *DO
    Grandpa Jones: Pickin’ Time (MCA Special Products) *WH
    John Hartford & The Hartford String Band: Good Old Boys (Rounder) *DJ
    Johnny Sansone: Watermelon Patch (Bullseye Blues) *DT
    Lefty Frizzell: Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers (KOCH) *PP
    Patty Booker: I Don’t Need All That (PMS) *JP
    Rico Bell & The Snakehandlers: Dark Side Of The Mersey (Bloodshot) *PD
    Smith’s Ranch Boys: More Barnyard Favorites (Summertone) *MT
    Wayne Hancock: Wild Free & Reckless (ARK21) *JS

  6. Don Walser: Here’s To Country Music (Sire)
    Jack Ingram: Hey You (Lucky Dog)
    Katy Moffatt: Loose Diamond (Hightone)
    RB Morris: Zeke & The Wheel (KOCH)
    VA: Poor Little Knitter On The Road (Bloodshot)
    VA: Return Of The Grievous Angel (Almo)

ONE-OFFS

  • Adam Carroll: South Of Town (Down Hole)
  • Anna Fermin’s Trigger Gospel: Things To Come (sighlow)
  • Anne Hills & Michael Smith: Paradise Lost & Found (Redwing)
  • Asleep At The Wheel: Ride With Bob (DreamWorks)
  • Bela Fleck: The Bluegrass Sessions (Warner)
  • Bob Cheevers: The Stories I Write (Hayden’s Ferry)
  • Bob Wills: Tiffany Transcriptions Vol IV (Kaleidescope)
  • Brent Mitchell: Fallen Angel Palace (Whitmore Mitchell)
  • Chain: Mix Up The Oils (Forever [Australia])
  • David Bromberg: My Own House/You Should See The Rest Of The Band (Fantasy)
  • David Doucet: 1957 (Rounder)
  • Dolly Parton: The Grass Is Blue (Sugar Hill)
  • Emmylou Harris & Linda Ronstadt: Western Wall (Asylum)
  • The Ex-Husbands: All Gussied Up (Tarhut)
  • Hank Williams: Live At The Grand Old Opry (Mercury)
  • J Byrd Hosch & The Kountry Kays: Cat O’ Nine Tails (Dirty Bird)
  • James Lee Stanley: Freelance Human Being (Beachwood)
  • Jim Lauderdale: Onward Through it All (RCA)
  • Johnny Cash: The Very Best Of  (Sun)
  • Joni Harms: Cowgirl Dreams (Warner Western)
  • June Carter Cash: Press On (Risk)
  • Mary Gauthier: Drag Queens In Limousines (In The Black)
  • Mulehead: The Gospel Accordion II (HTS)
  • Odetta: Blues Everywhere I Go (MC)
  • Ramblin’ Jack Elliott: The Long Ride (Hightone)
  • Ray Wylie Hubbard: Crusades Of The Restless Knights (Philo)
  • Red Simpson: Best Of  (Razor & Tie)
  • Red Steagall: Born To This Land (Warner Western)
  • Robert Gordon & Danny Gatton: Capitol Attack (Renegade)
  • The Sadies: Diamond Gold (Bloodshot)
  • Sanger ‘Whitey’ Shafer: So Good For So Long (Sancor)
  • Steve Earle & Del McCoury: The Mountain (E-Squared)
  • Tanya Rae Brown: Meet The Mrs (TRB)
  • Texas BelAirs: Sons Of Preachers (Doghouse)
  • Three Bad Jacks: Made Of Stone (Boston Krown)
  • Tish Hinojosa: Culture Swing (Rounder)
  • Two Tons Of Steel: Oh No! (Hepcat)
  • VA: Texas Reunion (Skinny)
  • VA: Violin, Sing The Blues For Me (Old Hat)
  • VA: The Minit & Instant Story (Charly)

FAR charts are compiled from reports sent in by actual DJs with freeform (ie no playlists) radio shows on public, college and community stations round the country (and in Australia).  Each of them lists the four albums they took most pleasure in playing, one of which can be their Album of the Month (designated by a * and their initials).  Albums reported do not have to be new releases, but should, for choice, still be available.
THIS MONTH'S CAST OF CHARACTERS:

Please welcome to the FAR:
Paul Daly, KSYM, San Antonio; pkdaly@earthlink.net
John Hauser, KOOP, Austin, TX; jlhauser@worldnet.att.net
Rod Moag, KOOP, Austin, TX; rmoag@mail.utexas.edu

There are a lot of problems with KOOP, but John (country) and Rod (Western Swing & rockabilly) put on great shows. Paul is the mastermind behind the very fine Third Coast Music Network website and one of the regular DJs.

JB: Jim Beal Jr,  KSYM, TX
LB: Len Brown,  WDVR, NJ
BC: Bill Conner,  KNBT, TX
KD: Ken Date,  2RRR, Austrailia
PD: Paul Daly,  KSYM, TX
DF: Dan Ferguson, WRIU, RI
TG: Thomas Greener,  KVMR, CA
JH: Jamie Hoover,  KGLP, NM
JLH: John Hauser,  KOOP, TX
WH: Wade Hockett,  KBOO, OR
DJ: David John,  KTRU, TX
TJ: Tom Jackson,  WLUW, IL
RM: Rod Moag,  KOOP,TX
MM: Mark Mundy,  KNON, TX
DO: Dan Orange,  KZSC, CA
JP: Jana Pendragon KXLU, CA
PP: Professor Purple,  KZMU, UT
ER: Eddie Russell,  RPEM/JRRI
KR: Kim Rogers,  KVMR, CA
WR: Wesley Robertson,  KVMR, CA
JS: Johnny Simmons,  KUSP, CA
RS: Rob Silverberg,  WCUW, MA
DT: Dwight Thurston,  WWUH, CT
MT: Mike Trynosky,  WCNI, CT
LW: Larry Weir,  KDHX, MO

FAR is compiled by John Conquest for 3rd Coast Music Magazine.   1999 John Conquest

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