PopOff #12 – The Sound Of Outlaws And Upstarts

Today I get rough and rowdy as I delve into the outlaw country movement of the 1970s and explore just how outlaw it really was while also celebrating some April birthdays who were major players in the outlaw scene.

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1. Merle Haggard – Working Man’s Blues
2. Emmylou Harris – Born To Run
3. Loretta Lynn – The Pill
4. Bobby Bare – How I Got To Memphis
5. Ed Bruce – Mother Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
6. Willie Nelson – Paul & Me
7. Glenn Campbell – Southern Nights
8. Oak-Ridges Boys – Come On In
9. Johnny Paycheck & Merle Haggard – I Can’t Hold Myself In Line
10. Emmnylou Harris & Willie Nelson – Gulf Coast Highway
11. Buck Owens – I Don’t Care (Just As Long As You Love Me)
12. Kay Adams– Little Pink Mack
13. Bonnie Owens – Don’t Take Advantage Of Me
14. Merle Haggard – All My Friends (Are Gonna Be Strangers)
15. Vince Gill & Paul Franklin – Buck ‘n’ Merle
16. Wade Bowen & Randy Rogers – Standards
17. Sturgill Simpson – Life Is Cruel And The World Is Mean
18. Melody Williamson – No Country Here
19. Dixie Chicks – Long Time Gone
20. Willie and Waylon – Write Your Own Songs
21. Joey & Rory – If I Needed You
22. Marcia Ball – Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight
23. Guy Clark – She Ain’t Goin” Nowhere
24. Steve Young – Lonesome On’ry And Mean
25. Nanci Griffith – Ford Econoline
26. Sarah Shook and the Disarmers – Damned if I Do Damned If I Don’t
27. Trixie Mattel – Little Girl
28. Jon Pardi – She Ain’t In It
29. Sunny Sweeny – Bottle By My Bed
30. Elizabeth Cook
31. Blackberry Smoke – I’ll Keep On Ramblin’
32. Mike and the Moonpies with John Baumann – Country’s Dead
33. Dottie West – Come See Me And Come Lonely
34. Dolly Parton – Dumb Blonde
35. Tammy Wynette – Woman to Woman
36. Loretta Lynn – Going Home
37: Charlie Rich – I’ Feel Like Going Home
38. Waylon Jennings – Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
39. Emmylou Harris – Two More Bottles Of Wine
40. Don Williams – I Recall A Gypsy Woman
41. Loretta Lynn – Fist City
42. Jessi Colter – Maybe You Should’ve Been Listening
43. Glenn Campbell – Rhinestone Cowboy
44. Jim Lauderdale – If I Were You
45. Merle Haggard – Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink
46. Willie Nelson – Bloody Mary Morning
47. Tanya Tucker – Texas (When I Die) (Live)

Roy Orbison – I Drove All Night

Tanya Tucker – Texas (When I Die)
Sarah Shook and the Disarmers – Damned if I Do Damned If I Don’t
Jon Pardi – She Ain’t In It
Vince Gill & Paul Franklin – Buck ‘n’ Merle

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