The Noontime Jamboree

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The Noontime Jamboree on 06/09/14

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Mon, 06/09/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 06/02/14

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Mon, 06/02/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 05/19/14

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Mon, 05/19/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 05/12/14

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Mon, 05/12/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 05/05/14

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Mon, 05/05/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 04/28/14

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Mon, 04/28/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 04/21/14

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Mon, 04/21/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 04/14/14

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Mon, 04/14/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 04/07/14

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Mon, 04/07/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz

The Noontime Jamboree on 03/31/14

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Mon, 03/31/2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
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Cowboy Country Hillbilly Western Swing and Old Jazz


The Coat And Pants Do All The Work - The Hoosier Hot Shots

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Mon, 09/03/2012
The radio show for Monday, September 3rd is pretty well finished.  It is fairly Labor Day-ish with work songs mixed in.  Here is a sample by the Hoosier Hot Shots.  The song entitled "The Coat And Pants Do All The Work."


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Simple Simon by Hank Thompson & His Brazo Valley Boys

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Mon, 06/18/2012

Meet Me Somewhere In Your Dreams - Retta Christie Hosts

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Mon, 06/04/2012

Meet Me Somewhere In Your Dreams - a song Doc learned from a Shelton Brothers recording. Doc Watson-guitar/vocals, Merle Watson-guitar, Vassar Clements-fiddle, Bobby Seymor-steel, Joe Allenpbass,Jim Isbell-drums.

At Sundown -1946 - Manny Klein & His Orch. George Van Eps on guitar.

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Mon, 05/21/2012

A musical cut from the 5-21 2012 Noontime Jamboree show hosted by Retta Christie.  You can friend me on Facebook.

"Rosie And The Ramblers" Visit KBOO

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Mon, 03/26/2012

 "Rosie And The Ramblers", a young trio from Austin, Texas were passing through Portland on Monday March 26 and stopped in at the KBOO Studios. They performed a four song set on the The Noontime Jamboree".  Rosie proved to us that she's got the vocal chops. Take a listen and see what you think. For more on "Rosie And The Ramblers" go to

Keeter Stuart on "The Noontime Jamboree"

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Mon, 03/26/2012

 Keeter Stuart has been performing his brand of Country & Western Music for a number of years in the Portland area. The work he is most noted for are his renditions of songs by his great uncle Stan Jones (Ghost Riders In The Sky, Cowpoke, The Searchers ) and songs he has penned himself, many of which are extensions of his great uncle's songwriting. Keeter joined us on "The Noontime Jamboree" to discuss, play cuts from CD's and perform song's from his body of work. For more on Keeter Stuart go to


The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 03/28/2011

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Loretta LynnEverybody Wants to Go to Heaven (But Nobody Wants to Die)Decca
Ray PriceFaded LoveColumbia
Wynn StewartSing A Sad SongColumbia
Leon McAuliffBlue Guitar Stomp
Warren SmithFoolin' 'RoundBear Fam.
Wynn StewartI'm Not the Man I Used to BeChallenge
Ralph MooneyMoonshineChallenge
Wynn StewartSlighty UsedChallenge
Ray PriceCrazy ArmsColumbia
Wynn StewartFalling For YouChallenge
Buck OwensYou're For MeCapitol
Waylon JenningsRainy Day Woman
Chris MillerTell It to the Jukebox
Warren SmithTake Good Care of HerBear Fam.
Hank SnowI'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes
Your Bros.Long Time Gone
Connie SmithJust One Time
Simon Crum (Ferlin Husky)My GallinaCollector's Choice
Homer & JethroYOu Belong to Me #2RCA
Charile RichLet Me Go My Merry Way
Pam GilbertAnother Lonely SongGee Pee
Jerry ReedKo-Ko JoeRCA
Marty RobbinsA White Sport Coat
Floyd TillmanI Don't Care AnymoreEdsel
Dick CurlissShe Called Me Baby
Hank WillialmsCool Cool Water
Sara and Maybelle CarterFarther On
Dave RichJohn 3:16Power Pak
Moon MullicanFools Like MeStarday
Skeets McDonaldYou're There
Wanda JacksonLet's Stop Kicking Our Hearts AroundCapitol
Johnny And JackPoison Love
Jerry Lee LewisWhole Lotta Shakin' Going On
Country Johnny MathisI'm Gonna Thank JesusHilltop Gospel
The Blackwood Bros.Pay Up As You GoRCA
Dee MullinsRemember BethlehemPower Pak
Mac WisemanDon"t Let Your Sweet Love DieDot
Merle HaggardTwinkle, Twinkle Lucky StarEpic
Rainblow Ranch BoysBye Bye Blues

Thanks and a tip of the Mighty Hawk Resistol to friend, Ian Miller, of "Ian and the Schmucks" who kindly came in and brought some recordings of recently deceased steel guitar great, Ralph Mooney.

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 03/21/2011

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Remembering Jim Goodwin: The Man and His Music

Wild Man Blues- 10th Avenue Jazz Band- early 1960s

Waiting At The End Of The Road- 1979 Indian Summer LP-w/ Butch Thompson

Rosetta-1987 Taking A Chance LP-w/ Ray Skjelbred

Dominick DiMaggio-Jim Goodwin spoken from the early 1970’s

Pretty Baby-NOJCN All Stars 1970-Vince Hickey Vocals

Blues in C-1987 Taking A Chance LP-w/ Ray Skjelbred

John McCormack-where The River Shannon Flows

I’ve Got What it Takes-1974-w/ Judith Durham

The StronSay Waltz-Orkney Fiddle Music

Am I Blue-1974-w/ Judith Durham

Strike Four-Jim Goodwin spoken

Delta Bound-Sunset Music Co. 1978

Oh Peter-house session with Ray Skjelbred, Marty Grosz and Mike Duffy 1976

Parrot Medley

There’s A Cabin In The Pines-w/ Dave Frishber-Double Play CD, Arbor Records

Clarinet Marmelade-Sunset Music Co. 1978 Breda Jazz Fesival, Breda Holland

Charles Ives -They Are There – 1942

Every Day I have the Blues-w/ Mickey Martin-Arcola Records

Sweet Lorraine- w/ Mickey Martin-Arcola Records

Play Gypsy, Dance Gypsy- Continental Visa, 1959 Warner Bros. Records

Cherry- w/ Ray Skjelbred, Marty Grosz and Mike Duffy 1976

Lil’ Darlin’- w/ Mickey Martin-Arcola Records

I Want To Talk With You- w/ Mickey Martin-Arcola Records

Russian Lullaby- w/ Dave Frishber-Double Play CD, Arbor Records

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 03/07/2011

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Host Retta Christie is joined by Chris Tyle for a program featuring guitar players.

1. To do This, You Got to Know How: Lonnie Johnson, 8/26

2. Handful of Riffs: Lonnie Johnson & Eddie Lang. 1929

3. Melody Man's Dream: Eddie Lang w/Frank Signorelli. 10/27

4. Wabash Cannonball: Merle Travis w/Kay Starr, vocal. 1949

5. When I'm Alone: Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orch w/Eddie Durham. 10/30

6. Is Anything Better Than This: Chet Atkins & Merle Travis. 1974

7. Pickin' My Way: Eddie Lang & Carl Kress. 2/32

8. Feelin' My Way: same

9. Singin' in the Bathtup: King Benny Nawahi. 1929

10. Chicken ala Swing: Carl Kress. 2/16/37

11. Love Song: Carl Kress. 6/26/39

12. El Paso: Marty Robbins, vocal w/Grady Martin, guitar. 1959

13. What Did You Expect Me to Do: Retta and the Smartfellas w/Jesse Lee Johnson, guitar. 1981

14. Danzon: Carl Kress & Dick McDonough. 1/31/34

15. I Can't Believe You're In Love With Me: Dave Barbour, guitar w/Peggy Lee, vocal. 1946

16. Chasing a Buck: Dick McDonough. 11/22/1934

17. Just a Closer Walk With Thee: Sister Rosetta Tharpe. 1941.

18. Echoes of Spain: Django Reinhardt. 6/30/39

19. Cou-Cou: Josette Dayde (vo) w/Django Reinhardt. 10/1/40

20. Steeling Home: Noel Boggs Quintet. 1958.

21. Black Spider Stomp: Oscar Moore w/Nat "King" Cole. 1940

22. Alabamy Home: Gotham Stompers w/Bernard Addison. 3/25/37

23. Toledo Shuffle: Freddie Jenkins 8/26/35

24. Thanks for the Buggy Ride: George Barnes and the Dinning Sisters, vocal. early 1950s

25. Tears: Quintette du Hot Club de France w/Django Reinhardt. 4/21/37

26. Minor Swing; Django Reinhardt. 11/25/37

27. 'Deed I Do: Farr Brothers. 1935.

28. Flying Home: Benny Goodman w/Charlie Christian 8/19/40

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 02/14/2011

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Uncle Dave MaconCumberland Mtn. Deer Race
Dick CurlessFreight Train Blues
The Time Warp Top Hands w/ Chris O'ConnellTears Flowed Like Wine
Texas Troubadors w/ Leon Rhodes and Buddy CharltonAlmost to Tulsa
Ray PriceI'll Keep On Loving You
Tommy DuncanWrong Road Blues
Justin TubbHow the Other Half Lives
DerailersPainful Days and Sleepless Nights
Buck OwensIf You Ain't Lovin' You Ain't Livin'
Don GibsonI Can't Stop Loving You
Dave RichAin't It Fine
Robbie Fulks & Ora JonesLet's Burn Together
Loretta LynnWhen the Tingle Becomes A Chill
Moon MullicanWhat Have I Done That Made You Go Away
Milton Brown and the Musical BrowniesThe Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
Faron YoungYou Call Everybody Darling
Hot Club of CowtownExactly Like You
Bow Wills & Tommy DuncanRight Or Wrong
Red FoleyOld Shep
Merle TravisOld Rattler
Bob Wills & the Texas PlayboysMilk Cow Blues
Dolly PartonIn My Tennesee Mtn. Home
Eddy ArnoldTexarkana Baby
Louvin Bros.Blue From Now On
Dick CurlessCrazy Heart
Lefty FrizzellI Want to Be With You Always
Bob Wills and Tommy DuncanRight Or Wrong
Doc & Chicky WilliamsWeary, Tired and Blue
Slim WhitmanI'll Never Stop Loving You
Warren SmithI Fall to Pieces
Patsy ClineHeartaches
George JonesHearts In My Dream
Tammy WynetteWoman to Woman
Merle HaggardLove Don't Hurt Every Time
Texas PlayboysBaby, That Sure Would Go Good
Ferlin HuskyShoes
Connie SmithBurning A Hole In My Mind
Ray PriceTouch My Heart
Johnny PaycheckDown At Kelly's
Ernest TubbDo What You Do, Do Well
Johnny GimbleDo What You did When You Did
Texas Troubadors w/ Leon Rhodes & Bud CharltonRhodesbud Boogie

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 02/07/2011

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Monday, February 7th on The Noontime Jamboree
12 - 2 pm on KBOO Portland, 90.7 fm 

A Tribute To Charlie Louvin And The Louvin Brothers

Host Retta Christie will showcase the music of Charlie Louvin, who recently passed away, as well as his late brother Ira.  A few other brother acts will also be featured.

Cash On the Barrelhead-Louvin Bros.

Freight Train Boogie-Delmor Bros.

Djangology-Django and Joseph Reinhardt

Don't This Road Look Rough and Rocky-The Blue Sky Boys

I Wonder Where You Are Tonight-Johnny and Jack ( NOT BROTHERS, but sing a nice song!)

Must You Trow Dir In My Face-Charlie Louvin w/ George Jones

I Got Rhythem-Emilio Caceres, Ernie Caceres, w/ cousin Johnny Gomez

I Wish You Knew-Kathy Louvin & Pamela Brown Hayes

Turn Your Radio On-Blue Sky Boys

Bye Bye Love-Everly Bros

San Antonio Rose-Bing Crosby w/ Bob Crosby Orch.

Weaver's Life-Dixon Bros

While You're Chyeating On Me-Louvin Bros

Road OF Broken Hearts-Webster Bros

Dinah-Mills Bros w/ Alice Faye

How's The Woirld Treating You-James Taylor & Alison Krauss

I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby-Louvin Bros

Keep Your Eyes On Jesus-Johnny Cash, Pam Tillis & The Jordanaires

Jig In G-Emilio and Ernie Caceres

If I Could Only Win Your Love-Louvin Bros.

I Can't Keep You In Love With Me-Vince Gill & Terri Clark

When You See thouse Flying Saucers-Buchanan Bros

I've Got the World On A String-Bing Crosby w/ the Dorsey Bros.

I want To Be Loved-Bailes Bros

Freight Train Boogie-Louvin Bros

You're Learning-Emmylou Harris w/ Ricky Skaggs

Sweet Chorus-Django and Joseph Reinhardt

Wake Up Little Susie-Everly Bros

My Baby's Gone-Louvin Bros

An Old Account Was Settled Long Ago-Blue Sky Boys

Blues Stay Away From Me-Charlie Louvin

The Weary Loneseom Blues-Delmore Bros

Dark Eyes- Hugh and Karl Farr

Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die-The Louvin Bros

I Loved You Better Tha You Knew-Delmore Bros

Tiger Rag-Mills Bros.


The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 01/24/2011

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Jazzmen, Chris Tyle and Dave Frishberg join Retta in the studio for a musical throwdown.

1, Mahogany Hall Stomp: Louis Armstrong, 3/5/1929
2. Knäck Mig En Nöt: Sylvia Vrethammar and Dave Frishberg, 11/1997
3. Astoria Strut: Jones-Collins Astoria Hot Eight,11/15/1929
4, Vem Minns En Blues Som Inte Har Nå't Namn?:Peter Toroner and Dave Frishberg, 11/1997
5. Beale Street Blues: Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers, 6/10/1927
6. Baby Won't You Please Come Home: Ray Charles
7. Won't You Get Off It, Please?: Fats Waller and his Buddies, 2/18/1928.
8. More Than You Know: Jimmiy Rushing and Dave Frishberg
9. I'm Comin' Virginia: Frank Trumbauer, 5/13/1927
10. Finding Her Key: Dave Frishberg and the "unknown" singer
11. Soundtracks of Oregon with BIng Crosby
12. Pound Ridge: Benny Goodman, 8/1/1941
13. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: Connee Boswell
14. Finesse: Rex Stewart and his Feetwarmers. Paris, 4/5/1939
15. Dinah: Connee Boswell
17. Loudmouth: Smokey Woods
18. Taxi War Dance: Count Basie, 3/19/1939
19. Ol' Pappy: Eddie Erikson, vocal with Bryan Shaw
20. Smack: Chocolate Dandies, 5/25/1940
21. Pan Handle Rag: Becky Kilgore with Bryan Shaw

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 01/10/2011

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Teh Congregation of the Assembly of God TabernacleLeaning On the Everlasting LightThe Land of Many ChurchesCapitol
Elton BrittCannonball YodelYodel SongsRCA Victor
The Chestnut Grove QuartetMy bLord Delivered MeThe Legendary Chestnut Grove QuartetCounty
Howard Kalish and Jason RobertsRed Skin GalDon Walser:The Archive Series Vol. 2Watermelon
Hawshaw HawkinsI Ain't Goin' Honky Tonkin' AnymoreI'm A Rattlesnakin' DaddyWestside Records
Hank WilliamsJust Watin'The Complete Hank WilliamsMercury
Asleep At the WheelTheyb Raided the JointWheelin' and Dealin'Capitol
Dave Stogner and his Western Swing Band w/ Joe HolleyStardustWestern Dance in Hi FiDecca
Delmore Bros.Nashville BluesThe Delmore Bros.JSP
Hank WilliamsThere'll Be No Teardrops TonightThe Complete Hank WilliamsMercury
Marty RobbinsRuby AnneSinging the BluesHarmony
Jimmy WidenerWake Up BabeShuffletownWestside Records
Merle TravisInformation PleaseOur Man From KentuckyHilltop
Red FoleyMidnightSouvenir AlbumDecca
Bobby FloresOh Lonesome MeJust For the RecordYellow Rose
Texas Ruby and Curley FoxTravellin BluesA Memorial Tribute to Texas Ruby and Curley FoxBronco Buster
Hank WilliamsLost HighwayThe Complete Hank WilliamsMercury
Carl StoryI Am A PilgrimCpmplete Atteiram CollectionGusto
Rosie FloresBoxcarsRockabilly FillyHightone
Bob Wills & His Texas PlayboysMiserySan Antonio RoseBear Family
Ray PriceMaidens PrayerSan Antonio RoseColumbia
Bob Will & His Texas PlayboysStay All NightSan Antonio RoseBear Family
Jimmy WidenerHesitation BluesShuffletownWestside
Texas StompersRiver Road Two StepThe Big 'D' Jamboree LiveDragon Street
Time Warp TophandsTexas Fiddle ManOn the MoneyWR Records
Orville CrouchEasy Does ItThe Big 'D' Jamboree LiveDragon Street
Wanda JacksonSilver Threads and Golden NeedlesWanda Jackson In PersonCapitol
Gene Vincent and His BluecapsDance to the BopThe Big 'D' Jamboree LiveDragon Street
Janis MartinBilly BoyRockin' Rollin' Janis Vol. 2Super 45 Sound
Patsy ClineWon't You Come Home Bill BaileyThat's How A Heartache BeginDecca
Ray PriceCrazy ArmsHelp MeColumbia
The Chestnut Grove QuartetThe Great BeyondThe Original Chestnut Grove QuartetCounty
The Carter FamilyCoal Miner's BluesThe Carter FamilyMCA
Sons of the PioneersNo One Will Ever KnowCountry FareRCA Victor
Roy AcuffPins and NeedlesSongs of the Smoky MountainsCapitol
Hawkshaw HawkinsTeardrops In My EyesI'm A Rattlesnakin' DaddyWestside
Hawkshaw HawkinsUnwantedI'm A Rattlesnakin' DaddyWestside
Hanks SnowI Almost Lost My MindCountry and Western JamboreeRCA Victor
Harry ChoatesNobocy Cares For MeFive Time LoserKrazy Kat
Hank WilliamsNo Not NowTeh Complete Hank WilliamsMercury
Milton Brown and the Musical BrowniesThe Wheel On the Wagon Is BrockenMilton Brown and the Musical BrowniesTexas Rose
Bob Wills and His Texas PlayboysHometown StompSan Antonio RoseBear Family

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 01/03/2011

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NEW YEAR SPECIAL-Retta hosts along with special guest Chris Tyle

1. Auld Lang Syne: Freddie Rich Radio Orch, 1931
2. Auld Lang Syne: Don Redman, 1938
3. Hum All Your Troubles Away: Zack White's Chocolate Beau Brummels
4. Winter Weather: Fats Waller and His Rhythm, 1941
5. Time Changes Everything: Tommy Duncan
6. Headin' for Better Times: Ted Lewis, 1931
7. A Jazz Holiday: Ted Lewis, 1928
8. Roly Poly - breakdown: Bob Wills, 1945
9. Roly Poly - issued take: ditto
10. New Year's Eve in a Haunted House: Raymond Scott, 1937
11. Bend Down Sister; Jimmie Grier, 1931
12. Sing a New Song: Bennie Krueger, 1932
13. Happy Days Are Here Again: Ben Selvin, 1930
14. Inspiration Waltz: George Poole Orchestra
15. Let's Try Again: Jimmie Lunceford, 1940
16. Happy Go Lucky: Cindy Walker, 1943
17. Winter Moon: Hoagy Carmichael, 1956
18. Things Are Looking Up: Fred Astaire, 1937 from the motion picture "A Damsel in Distress"
19. I'm on a Diet of Love: George Olsen, 1929
20. Prosperity Special: Hank Thompson and the Brazos Vally Boys,
21. Got a Bran' New Suit: Fats Waller and His Rhythm, 1935
22. Shake and Break It: Kid Howard at San Jacinto Hall, 1963
23. Happy As the Day is Long: Washboard Rhythm Kings, 1933
24. Pink Elephants: Guy Lombardo, 1932
25. Funny Little World: Lee Wiley, 1934
26. Gotta Go Places and Do Things: Lud Gluskin
27. Let's Misbehave: The Bluebirds (Harry Reser), 1928 (Tommy Gott, trumpet)
28, Lucky Polka: The Roudabouts
29. A Cigarette and a Silhouette: Mildred Bailey, 1938 with Red Norvo
30. Keep Looking Forward: Art Kahn and His Orchestra, 1932, with Bunny Berigan, trumpet
31. I Found a New Way to Go to Town: Don Redman, 1933

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 12/27/2010

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The FlatlandersHellow Stranger
Patsy ClineStop, Look and Listen
Tex Williams and his Western CaravanCareless Love
Rip Ramsey and the Texas WanderersLittle Rock Getaway
Hank WilliamsMy Buckets Got a Hole In It
Red Foley and Ernest TubbIt's the Mileage That's Slowing Me Down
undefinedEnd of the Line
Hank PennyBloodshot Eyes
Jr. BrownParty Lights
Sonny FisherSneaky PeteStarday 45
Hank PennyNo Muss, No Fuss and No Bother
Red FoleyTennesse Saturday Night
Little Jimmy DickensSalty Boogie
Tex Wiillaims w/ Smokey RodgersReal Gone Oakie
Hawkshaw HawkinsLoaded With Love
Patsy ClineCome On In
Willie NelsonDon't Get Around Much Anymore
Sleepy LaBeefSittin' On Top Of the World
Bob WillsBring It On down to My House Honey
Johnny Bush w/ Willie NelsonThe Party's Over
Patsy ClineStupid Cupid
Warren SmithCall of the WildBear Fam
Floyd TillmanThe Battle of the Bottle
Hank ThompsonOld Records On the Jukebox
Bob Wills & His Texsas PlayboysDrunkard's Blues
Johnny BondSet 'Em Up JoeHarmony
Johnnie Lee WillsLate Evening Blues
Carl ButlerHonkytonkitis
Loretta LynnCoal Miner's Daughter
Red FoleyThe Night WatchDecca 45
George JonesSeasons of My Heart
Johnny PaycheckDrinkin' and Drivin'
Johnny BushWhiskey River
Miss LeslieThe Last Time I Drank
Moon MullicanHave I Told You Lately That I Love You
Patsy ClineCrazyLive On the Opry
Roy RogersDon't Fence Me In
Hank WilliamsHey Good Lookin'
Sleepy LaBeefStrange Thins Happen Every DayStrange Things HappenRounder
Marty RobbinsWhispering HopeLive On the Opry

We had a bit of a boozing theme in honor of the approach of New Year's Eve. Also, we welcomed  guests from  Port City Development Center and gave a shout out for one of our listeners in Kuwait.

"Sometimes it's Heaven and sometimes it's Hell and sometimes I don't even Know.

The Noontime Jamboree playlist for 12/13/2010

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Roy Rogers and Dale EvansThe Most Wonderful Time of the YearCapitol
Buck OwensBlue Christmas LightsCapitol
Bob Wills and His Texas PlayboysEmpty Chair At the Christmas TableBear Fam.
Brute Force Steel BandJingle BellsCook
Tommy ScottSanty Claus Shuffle
Johnny HortonWhispering Pines
Homer and Jethro w/ June CarterBaby, It's Cold Outside
The Delmore Bros.The Frozen Girl
The Geezinslaw Bros.I Still Write Your Name In the Snow
Webb PierceChristmas At HomePickwick
Reno & SmileyIt Won't Seem Like Christmas Without You
Jim ReevesHome
Original Texas PlayboysYour Sweet Love Keeps Me Homeward Bound
Leroy PrestonVermont This Year
Merle HaggardOil Tanker Train
Roger MillerOld Toy Trains
Jesse DaytonStich In Time
ElvisOn A Snowy Christmas Night
Hovie Lister and the Satemen QuartetStanding Outside
Bill MonroeChristmas Times A Coming
Hank WilliamsI Saw the Light
Jimmie DavisGently Rock His Cradle
Willie NelsonPretty Paper
Dwight YoakamSanta Can't Stay
Buck OwensSanta Looked A Lot Like Daddy
Loretta LynnGift of the Blues
Davis SistersChristmas Boogie
Buck OwensJingle Bells (Inst)
Red SmileyBlue Christmas
Patsy ClineLife's Railway to Heaven
Marty RobbinsAin't I The Lucky One
Mike Ireland and HollerChristmas Past
Brenda LeeI'm Gonna Lasso Santa Claus
Bob WillsSilver Lake Blues (Inst)
Croft FamilyNow Is the Hour
ElvisHere Comes Santa Claus
Ernest TubbChristmas Is Just Another Day For Me
Loretta LynnAway In A Manger
Johnny CashBlue Christmas
Reno and SmileyThe True Meaning Of Christmas
Louvin BrosIt Came Upon A Midnight Clear
Hank ThompsonChristmas Time
Jimmy MartinOld Fashioned Christmas
Wille Nelson and Booker T.Christmas Blues


I approve the Noontime Jamboree!

Why didn't I know about this radio show sooner!  Thank you for the time you put into getting this great program together.  We desparately need more of this sort of thing.  I find this program to be so fulfilling and satisfying. 


thx rett

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 Hey Retta,

I'm listening to you and Dave while I attempt French homework.  You are much more entertaining, it's great to hear your voice.  Can't wait to see you.

Love and big kisses,


Retta and Wade make my

Retta and Wade make my Mondays!

Upcoming show on Monday, July 21

Retta: Jazz musician and record collector and mighty fine cook Chris Tyle, will join me in the studio for a radio show featuring food songs.

Great Shows

Dear Retta and ThE MiGhTY HaWK,
Love all the shows...your intros, your support of old-time, recent, local and general good-for your soul music. My fella and I have been fans for long time...we are 22 years together and Mondays on KBOO are "our days" to recover from world-wide spazzzzzz! Thanks for your contribution to the greater good.

VW and her man, Scratch


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