If That Ain't Country:EP. 252 09-14-17 HOUR 2: Freddie Hart - Trip To Heaven 
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If That Ain't Country  EP. 252 09-14-17 HOUR 2: Freddie Hart - Trip To Heaven  Featuring the very best in traditional country, honky tonk, bluegrass and western swing from the golden years til today. Hosted by Western Red.  
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If That Ain't Country  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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HOUR 2 OF 3: In this episode, we're featuring a top notch album from Freddie Hart: "Trip To Heaven" (1973). It spawned only one single - the title track - which turned out to be a number one hit. Alongside that chart topping performance, this release has nine other hard country tunes with a 70s twist, all with Freddie Hart's most distinctive of southern drawls. Hart's career started as a member of Lefty Frizzell's band, but after writing hits for Carl Smith, Buck Owens and Porter Wagoner - he ground his way to the top, a journey which lasted some eighteen years or more. His first number one came with "Easy Loving" in 1971, and by that time, Hart had already lived four lifetimes: earnt his black belt in karate and jiujitsu, owned a trucking business, operated a school for handicapped children, ran a songwriting company AND met Hank Williams in the late 1940s. Chances are that meeting taught him something about songwriting too - because every single song on "Trip To Heaven" was written by Freddie Hart himself - and with his band The Heartbeats, some of the quality picks on this release include "Living On Leftovers Of You", the novelty "Ugly Duckling" and "Skid Row Street".  Western Red 
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HOUR 2 OF 3: 58:00

1. Doug Boggs & Red Steagall " Three Chord Country Song (2016)
2. AUSSIE INJECTION: Keith Jamieson " Going Back To Blackall (2007)
3. AUSSIE INJECTION: Pete Denahy " The Cantankerous Gramophone (2007)
4. Johnny Horton " The Golden Rocket (1959)
5. Freddie Hart " Love Did This To Me (1973)
6. Freddie Hart " Living On Leftovers Of You (1973)
BUMPER: Bob Wills " San Antonio Rose
7. Don Walser " Buck & Merle (2000)
8. Bobby Austin " Feet Keep Walking (1967)
9. Richard Lynch " Think And Drive (2017)
10. COUNTRY COVERS: Bobby Lord " So Doggone Lonesome [Live] (1950s)
11. COUNTRY COVERS: Teea Goans & Jamie Dailey " Thats Just Me Loving You (2012)
12. COUNTRY COVERS: Cal Smith " Swinging Doors (1966)
13. SHOT OF STEEL: Nat Stuckey " (Im So) Afraid Of Losing You Again (1971)
14. Johnny Paycheck " I Drop More Than I Drink (1967)
15. Freddie Hart " Trip To Heaven
16. Kathy Johnson " The Four Minute Egg (1998) 
Family / Education | Society and Culture | Music | American | Bluegrass  
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View Script  Fayetteville, Arkansas  09-13-2017  English 
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HOUR2ITACEP252  192Kbps mp3 (79.65MB) Stereo 
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