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Show 057S Texas Troubadours

“Please Mr. Postman,” The Carpenters Carpenters: The Essential Collection, A&M
“Across the Universe,” The Beatles, Anthology 2, Capitol/EMI
“Working in a Coal Mine” Lee Dorsey, The Number One’s-The 60”, BMG
“Cracklin’ Rosie,” Neil Diamond, Neil Diamond,Collection, MCA
“Quality Time,” Iris Dement, The Way I Should, Warner
“It Don’t Mean a Thing,” The Rooftop Singers, Vanguard, Visionaries, Vanguard
“Last Train,” Arlo Guthrie, The Best of Arlo Guthrie, Warner
“Southern Accent,” Jeff Foxworthy, Jeff Foxworthy: Games , Rednecks Play, Warner Bros.
“This Side of Heaven,” Kate Campbell, Sing Me Out, Compadre Records
“Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying,” Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Number Ones-The 60’s, BMG
“Vaya Con Dios,” Les Paul and Mary Ford, Vaya Con Dios, Mbop Direct - Black Cat
“This Old Town,” Nanci Griffith, Other Voices, Other Rooms, Elektra
“Big Bad John,” Jimmy Dean, Country, The American Tradition, Sony
“Delta Dawn,” Tanya Tucker, Tanya Tucker: Greatest Hits, Columbia
“Why Me,” Kris Kristofferson, Kris Kristofferson, Singer/Songwriter, Sony
“Voice of the Big Guitar,” Tish Hinojosa, Homeland, Valley Entertainment
“King Tut,” Steve Martin, Steve Martin, A Wild and Crazy Guy, Warner
“Blue Bayou,” Roy Orbison, Roy Orbison, Super Hits, Columbia
“Harper Valley P.T.A.,” Jeannie C. Riley, American Pie, Great Tales and Sagas in Song, Reader’s Digest
“My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys,” Willie Nelson, Willie Nelson, 16 Biggest Hits, Columbia
“Summer Breeze,” Seals and Crofts, Seals and Crofts Greatest Hits, Warner
“The Yellow Rose of Texas,” Michael Martin Murphey, Cowboy Songs, Warner Nashville

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