Cowgirl Blue

July 3, 2009 Sounds posted by Ofad
Radio Ofad - Cowgirl Blue - episode 2 Download Radio Ofad

About this episode:

To start off I don't claim to know shit about the amazing world of Country Music or am I a real authority on music in general.

About four years ago I started to feel a side of sorrow that begin to nag at me deep like. This is also about the time I heard the genius of Waylon, you see I was drinkin at the time when this man let the good lord shine through his words and lay a pretty little hand on my heart. I was sold to the power of the outlaw story and the world of honky tonkin. I got to a thinking and wanted to pay omige to a few of these Honky Tonk Heroes and the songs that can get you through those rough nights.

Again I ain't know no shit about knowin what makes a good country song or the roads these story's have walked. I just know that these are hyms of sorrow, hard-luck and drinkin all of which I take part.

- The Ofad says "All of our heroes were outlaws."

  1. Steve Earle - Guitar Town - Guitar Town
  2. Drive-By Truckers - A Blessing And A Curse - Gravity's Gone
  3. Uncle Tupelo - Anodyne - No Sense In Lovin'
  4. Drive-By Truckers - A Blessing And A Curse - Daylight
  5. The Supersuckers - Must've Been High - Roadworn and Weary
  6. Waylon Jennings - The Taker/Tulsa - The Taker
  7. Jack Logan - Bulk (Disc 2) - Drunken Arms
  8. Jack Logan - Bulk (Disc 2) - Heaven On Earth
  9. Silver Jews - Bright Flight - Friday Night Fever
  10. Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel - Return Of The Grievous Angel
  11. Waylon Jennings - Honky Tonk Heroes - Willy the Wandering Gypsy and Me
  12. The Supersuckers - Must've Been High - instrumental
  13. Johnny Cash - With His Hot and Blue Guitar - I Walk the Line
  14. Patsy Cline - Patsy Cline (album) - Walkin' After Midnight
  15. Gram Parsons - The Complete Reprise Sessions - Cry One More Time
  16. Patsy Cline - The Patsy Cline Collection - Patsy Cline
  17. Loretta Lynn - Don't Come Home A Drinkin' - Tomorrow Never Comes
  18. Johnny Cash - Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous - You're the Nearest Thing to Heaven
  19. Hank Williams - The Original Singles Collection (Disc 1) - The Blues Come Around
  20. Hank Williams - The Original Singles Collection (Disc 1) - My Love For You (Has Turned To Hate)
  21. Loretta Lynn - Don't Come Home A Drinkin' - Saint To A Sinner
  22. Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel - Streets Of Baltimore
  23. Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska - Johnny 99
  24. Townes Van Zandt - Road Songs - Little Willie The Gambler
  25. Townes Van Zandt - Road Songs - Racing In The Street
  26. Townes Van Zandt - Road Songs - Dead Flowers
  27. Loretta Lynn - Van Lear Rose - Family Tree
  28. Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel - $1000 Wedding
  29. Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel - In My Hour Of Darkness


Gram Parsons always speaks

Gram Parsons always speaks to me. Crazy to come from working with the Byrds and then write some of the most heart felt country ballads. Thanks for posting this man stoked...

All I haves to say is yee

All I haves to say is yee fucking haw on the rock N roll country cross over.

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