Radio Free Gunslinger #16:
American History and Practical Math



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger, entitled 'American History and Practical Math,' is John Henry Faulk

The Content

First Sequence:
David Essex - Gonna Make You a Star
Tiger B. Smith - Tiger Rock
Bubbles - Hazy Hazy (Crazy Crazy)
The Move - When Alice Comes Back to the Farm
T-Rex - Diamond Meadows

Second Sequence:
Porter Wagoner - The Carroll County Accident
John D. Loudermilk - The Bully of the Beach
George Kent - The Baltimore Incident
Bobby Bare - They Covered Up the Old Swimming Hole
Tom T. Hall - Ballad of Forty Dollars

Third Sequence:
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Memphis
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers - Back in the U.S.A.
Ernest Tubb & His Texas Troubadors - Thirty Days
Phil Ochs - School Days
Chuck Berry - Sweet Little Sixteen (demo)

Fourth Sequence:
Bonnie Owens & Merle Haggard - Just Between the Two of Us
David Houston & Tammy Wynette - It's All Over
George Jones & Gene Pitney - Mocking Bird Hill
Buck Owens & Rose Maddox - Loose Talk
Anita Carter & Hank Williams - I Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You)

Summation:
Slint - Good Morning, Captain

4 comments:

Victor said...

Thanks for posting this. I live in Austin but had not heard of this guy. Another bit of history to absorb. (Did you know that he was the narrator in the 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre?)

Oh, and great music too.

swac said...

I always thought the narrator of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was John Laroquette?

Victor said...

You're thinking of the 2003 remake. Faulk was dead by then. Go back 30 years before that.

swac said...

I think we're both right. IMDb shows Faulk as "The Storyteller" in the 1974 version, while Larroquette was the uncredited "Narrator (voice)".