Tag: Willie Nelson

Friday 3/3/23 8pm ET: Feature LP: Willie Nelson – I Don’t Know A Thing About Love: The Songs of Harlan Howard (2023)

I Don’t Know A Thing About Love: The Songs of Harlan Howard is the 73rd solo studio album by Willie Nelson, released on March 3, 2023. Produced by Buddy Cannon, the album is a tribute to the songwriter Harlan Howard.

  1. “Tiger By the Tail” 2:24
  2. “The Chokin’ Kind” 3:17
  3. “Excuse Me (I Think I’ve Got a Heartache)” 2:34
  4. “Life Turned Her That Way” 2:53
  5. “I Don’t Know a Thing About Love” 2:58
  6. “Streets of Baltimore” 3:01
  7. “Busted” 3:28
  8. “She Called Me Baby” 3:32
  9. “Too Many Rivers” 3:55
  10. “Beautiful Annabel Lee” 4:09

Wyatt Beard – background vocals
Melonie Cannon – background vocals
Jim “Moose” Brown – piano, synthesizer, B-3 organ, Wurlitzer
Mike Johnson – steel guitar
James Mitchell – electric guitar
Willie Nelson – lead vocals, Trigger
Larry Paxton – bass, tic tac bass
Mickey Raphael – harmonica
Bobby Terry – acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Lonnie Wilson – drums, percussion

Wednesday 12/21/22 9pm ET: Feature LP: Willie Nelson – Honeysuckle Rose (1980)

Honeysuckle Rose is the soundtrack to the 1980 musical drama film of the same name, which stars Willie Nelson. Released July 18, 1980. Tracks on the album include songs by Nelson and various artists including Kenneth Threadgill, Emmylou Harris, Johnny Gimble, Hank Cochran, Jeannie Seely and Dyan Cannon.

The song “On the Road Again” was nominated for Best Original Song in the 53rd Academy Awards.

  1. “On the Road Again” (Live) 2:38
  2. “Pick Up the Tempo” 2:39
  3. “Heaven or Hell”” 2:20
  4. “Fiddlin’ Around” (featuring Johnny Gimble) 3:26
  5. “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain” 2:49
  6. “Working Man Blues” 3:41
  7. “Jumpin’ Cotton Eyed Joe” (featuring Johnny Gimble) 2:53
  8. “Whiskey River” 3:57
  9. “Bloody Mary Morning” (Live) 3:43
  10. “Loving You Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again)” 3:46
  11. “I Don’t Do Windows” (featuring Hank Cochran) 3:22
  12. “Coming Back to Texas” (featuring Kenneth Threadgill) 2:21
  13. “If You Want Me To Love You I Will” 1:31
  14. “It’s Not Supposed to Be That Way” 3:22
  15. “You Show Me Yours (And I’ll Show You Mine)” (featuring Amy Irving) 3:16
  16. “If You Could Touch Her at All” 3:29
  17. “Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground” 4:26
  18. “I Guess I’ve Come to Live Here in Your Eyes” 3:23
  19. “Angel Eyes” (featuring Emmylou Harris) 2:42
  20. “So You Think You’re a Cowboy” (featuring Emmylou Harris) 2:29
  21. “Make the World Go Away” (featuring Hank Cochran and Jeannie Seely) 2:40
  22. “Two Sides to Every Story” 3:08
  23. “A Song for You” (Live) 2:35
  24. “Uncloudy Day” 4:18

Johnny Gimble – performer
Emmylou Harris – performer
Hank Cochran – performer
Kenneth Threadgill – performer
Amy Irving – performer
Willie Nelson – guitar, vocals, producer, main performer
Chris Ethridge – bass
Jody Payne – performer
Bradley Hartman – engineer, mixing
Jeannie Seely – performer

Friday 4/29/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Willie Nelson – A Beautiful Time (2022)

A Beautiful Time is the seventy-second solo studio album by Willie Nelson, released on April 29, 2022 on his 89th birthday. Produced by Buddy Cannon, the album includes original songs by Nelson, as well as covers of the Beatles and Leonard Cohen. On February 10, 2022, Nelson released the single “I’ll Love You Till the Day I Die” a song written by Chris Stapleton and Rodney Crowell.

  1. “I’ll Love You Till the Day I Die” 4:11
  2. “My Heart Was a Dancer” 3:11
  3. “Energy Follows Thought” 3:18
  4. “Dreamin’ Again” 3:57
  5. “I Don’t Go to Funerals” 2:27
  6. “A Beautiful Time” 4:57
  7. “We’re Not Happy (Till You’re Not Happy)” 3:17
  8. “Dusty Bottles” 3:31
  9. “Me and My Partner” 2:12
  10. “Tower of Song” 5:00
  11. “Live Every Day” 3:12
  12. “Don’t Touch Me There” 2:38
  13. “With a Little Help from My Friends” 3:43
  14. “Leave You With a Smile” 3:42

Thursday 4/28/22 9am ET: Artist Countdown: Willie Nelson Top 30 Hits

Willie Hugh Nelson (born April 29, 1933) is an American musician, actor, and activist. The critical success of the album Shotgun Willie (1973), combined with the critical and commercial success of Red Headed Stranger (1975) and Stardust (1978), made Nelson one of the most recognized artists in country music. He was one of the main figures of outlaw country, a subgenre of country music that developed in the late 1960s as a reaction to the conservative restrictions of the Nashville sound. Nelson has acted in over 30 films, co-authored several books, and has been involved in activism for the use of biofuels and the legalization of marijuana.

Born during the Great Depression and raised by his grandparents, Nelson wrote his first song at age seven and joined his first band at ten. During high school, he toured locally with the Bohemian Polka as their lead singer and guitar player. After graduating from high school in 1950, he joined the U.S. Air Force but was later discharged due to back problems. After his return, Nelson attended Baylor University for two years but dropped out because he was succeeding in music. He worked as a disc jockey at radio stations in his native Texas, and in several radio stations in the Pacific Northwest, all the while working as a singer and songwriter throughout the late 1950s. During that time, he wrote songs that would become country standards, including “Funny How Time Slips Away”, “Hello Walls”, “Pretty Paper”, and “Crazy”. In 1960 he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and later signed a publishing contract with Pamper Music which allowed him to join Ray Price’s band as a bassist. In 1962, he recorded his first album, …And Then I Wrote. Due to this success, Nelson signed in 1964 with RCA Victor and joined the Grand Ole Opry the following year. After mid-chart hits in the late 1960s and the early 1970s, Nelson grew weary of the corporate Nashville music scene, and in 1972 he moved to Austin, Texas. The ongoing music scene of Austin motivated Nelson to return to performing, appearing frequently at the Armadillo World Headquarters.

1 – To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before (with Julio Iglesias) – 1984
2 – Always on My Mind – 1982
3 – On the Road Again – 1980
4 – Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain – 1975
5 – Good Hearted Woman (with Waylon Jennings) – 1976
6 – Let It Be Me – 1982
7 – Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys – 1978
8 – Everything’s Beautiful (In Its Own Way) (with Dolly Parton) – 1983
9 – City of New Orleans – 1984
10 – My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys – 1980
11 – Blue Skies – 1978
12 – Georgia on My Mind – 1978
13 – Midnight Rider – 1980
14 – Pancho and Lefty (with Merle Haggard) – 1983
15 – Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love) (with Waylon Jennings) – 1976
16 – Take It to the Limit (with Waylon Jennings) – 1983
17 – Remember Me (When the Candle Lights Are Gleaming) – 1976
18 – Spanish Eyes (with Julio Iglesias) – 1988
19 – Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground – 1981
20 – Forgiving You Was Easy – 1985
21 – Living in the Promise Land – 1986
22 – Nothing I Can Do About It Now – 1989
23 – Heartbreak Hotel (with Leon Russell) – 1979
24 – Last Thing I Needed First Thing This Morning – 1982
25 – Why Do I Have to Choose – 1983
26 – Help Me Make It Through the Night – 1980
27 – If You’ve Got the Money I’ve Got the Time – 1976
28 – All of Me – 1978
29 – Uncloudy Day – 1977
30 – Without a Song – 1983

Saturday 1/22/22 12pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: A2Z of the Hit of 1990 – Part 2

We interrupt our regular Saturday schedule with an installment of Part 2 of our library of 1990. In this segment we’ll feature music from: Vixen, Madonna, Danger Danger, Rush, Lenny Kravitz, Warrant, Fleetwood Mac, Nelson, Soul Asylum, Jon Bon Jovi, Judas Priest, Larry Gatlin and many more.

12pm to 4pm ET

Saturday 1/15/22 12pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: A2Z of the Hit of 1990 – Part 1

We interrupt our regular Saturday schedule with an installment of Part 1 of our library of 1990. In this segment we’ll feature music from: Stranglers, Soul II Soul, Tom Petty, Beautiful South, Eric Johnson, Willie Nelson, KC & The Sunshine Band, Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Nick Lowe, Elton John, Whistle, Robert Planet, Ian Hunter & Mark Ronson, and many more.

12pm to 4pm ET

Thursday 11/18/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Willie Nelson – The Willie Nelson Family (2021)

Shaped around a setlist of 12 favorite spirit-driven songs from the Nelson Family repertoire, The Willie Nelson Family draws on deep Americana (including A.P. Carter’s “Keep It On The Sunnyside” and the traditional hymn “In The Garden”) while celebrating classic songwriting from Hank Williams (“I Saw The Light”) and Kris Kristofferson (“Why Me”) to George Harrison (“All Things Must Pass”) and Willie Nelson (who penned half of the album’s compositions).

Produced by Willie Nelson and Steve Chadie, The Willie Nelson Family was recorded and mixed by Chadie at Pedernales Studios in Austin, Texas. Willie’s son Lukas sings lead vocals on two of the album’s tracks – “All Things Must Pass” and “Keep It On The Sunnyside” – while sharing lead vocals with Willie on “I Saw the Light,” “I Thought About You, Lord” and “Why Me.”

Four of the performances on The Willie Nelson Family – “Heaven and Hell,” “Kneel at the Feet of Jesus,” “Laying My Burdens Down” and “Family Bible” – are among the last recordings Willie made with his longtime drummer and pal Paul English. Paul and Willie first played together in Fort Worth in 1955; Paul became Willie’s regular drummer in 1966 and an essential member of the Family until he passed away, at age 87, on February 11, 2020.

  1. Heaven And Hell 2:22
  2. Kneel At The Feet Of Jesus 2:29
  3. Laying My Burdens Down 1:49
  4. Family Bible 2:49
  5. In The Garden 3:25
  6. All Things Must Pass 3:37
  7. I Saw The Light 1:52
  8. In Gods Eyes 2:55
  9. Keep It On The Sunnyside 2:55
  10. I Thought About You, Lord 3:20
  11. Too Sick To Pray 2:16
  12. Why Me 2:12

Thursday 3/4/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Willie Nelson – That’s Life (2021)

That’s Life is the seventy-first solo studio album by Willie Nelson. It was released on February 26, 2021, by Legacy Recordings. A tribute to Frank Sinatra, it represents the second volume of Nelson’s Sinatra collection, following 2018’s My Way.

Produced by Buddy Cannon and Matt Rollings, it was mainly recorded on Capitol Studios, the original studio used for several of Sinatra’s recordings. Additional tracks were recorded at Nelson’s Pedernales studio. The release was mixed by engineer Al Schmitt, featuring string and brass arrangements. The cover of the album features a painting of Nelson evoking the cover of Sinatra’s In the Wee Small Hours.

1. “Nice Work If You Can Get It” 2:35
2. “Just in Time” 2:25
3. “A Cottage for Sale” 2:54
4. “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” 3:34
5. “You Make Me Feel So Young” 2:52
6. “I Won’t Dance” (featuring Diana Krall) 3:25
7. “That’s Life” 3:39
8. “Luck Be a Lady” 3:04
9. “In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning” 2:58
10. “Learnin’ the Blues” 3:31
11. “Lonesome Road” 3:41

In Memoriam: Whitey Shafer (1934 – 2019)

Sanger D. “Whitey” Shafer (October 24, 1934 – January 12, 2019) was an American country songwriter and musician. He wrote numerous hits for stars such as George Jones, Lefty Frizzell, and George Strait.

Born and raised in Whitney, Texas, Shafer’s musical career began in his hometown of Whitney where he played in a school band. In the following years he toured the U.S., performing with, among others, the then-unknown Willie Nelson. In 1967 Shafer moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he signed with the Blue Crest Music Publishing Company. There he wrote two songs for George Jones, “Between My House and Home” and “I’m a New Man in Town”, along with many other tunes for lesser-known acts. Shafer signed contracts with Musicor and RCA as a singer, but he was never as successful as he was as a songwriter.

In the early 1970s Shafer signed an exclusive contract with Acuff-Rose Music. In the following years he wrote many songs which went on to become successful on the U.S. country charts, including several No. 1’s. His songs included “The Baptism of Jesse Taylor” for Johnny Russell, “Tell Me Lying Eyes Are Wrong” for George Jones, and a series of hits for Moe Bandy. He had a longstanding friendship with Lefty Frizzell, whom he had met at his record label. He and Frizzell wrote the song “That’s the Way Love Goes” together, a hit for Johnny Rodriguez and also Merle Haggard in 1983; they also wrote “I Never Go Around Mirrors” (which Frizzell recorded in 1973 and turned into a top 25 country hit a year later) and “Bandy the Rodeo Clown” for Moe Bandy, which became a major hit shortly after Frizzell’s 1975 death. After Frizzell’s death Shafer wrote the tribute song “Lefty’s Gone” recorded by George Strait for his Something Special album.

Three divorces helped him with his song writing in the 1980s when Shafer wrote “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind” (1985; with Darlene Shafer) and “All My Ex’s Live in Texas” (1987; with his fourth wife Lyndia J.). Both of these were No. 1 hits for George Strait, and both were nominated for CMA’s Song of the Year.[3] “All My Ex’s Live in Texas” was also nominated for a Grammy Award, for Best Country Song (lost to: Paul Overstreet & Don Schlitz for “Forever and Ever, Amen”).

In the middle of the 1980s Shafer released two albums, I Never Go Around Mirrors and So Good for So Long, containing his greatest hits. In 1989 Keith Whitley chose the Shafer penned, “I Wonder Do You Think of Me”, as the title track and the first single released after Whitley’s death and went to No. 1. Also in 1989 Shafer was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

In the 1990s and 2000s, Shafer continued to write for musicians such as John Michael Montgomery, Lee Ann Womack, and Kenny Chesney. In 2004, Shafer’s recording of “All My Ex’s Live In Texas” appeared on the soundtrack to the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. – Wikipedia

Tuesday 10pm: Feature LP – Willie Nelson – My Way (2018)

My Way is the sixty-eighth studio album by Willie Nelson. It was released on September 14, 2018, by Legacy Recordings. The album is a tribute to Frank Sinatra, who was a close friend of Nelson’s.

Nelson first teased the album on April 27, 2018, while promoting his album Last Man Standing in an article published by Variety, saying that the Great American Songbook “is a deep well, because good songs never die. If it was good a hundred years ago, it’s still good today.”

The album was formally announced on July 19, 2018. It is a collection of songs closely associated with Frank Sinatra, whom Nelson first heard at 10 years old when Sinatra joined the radio program Your Hit Parade. Nelson and Sinatra were close friends and mutual admirers of each other’s work. In the 1980s, the pair performed on the same bill at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas and appeared together in a public service announcement for NASA’s Space Foundation.

The album’s first single, “Summer Wind”, was released on the same day, along with its accompanying music video.

On August 24, 2018, “I’ll Be Around” was released as the album’s second single, with its music video premiering the same day.

The third single from the album, “One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)”, was released on September 10, 2018, along with its music video. – Wikipedia

Feature LP: Willie Nelson – To All The Girls 11pm ET

Willie_Nelson_-_To_All_The_Girls_(album_cover)To All the Girls… is an album by country music singer-songwriter Willie Nelson, which was released on October 15, 2013, by Legacy Recordings.

The album consists of a collection of duets featuring Nelson along with prominent country music female singers. The performers featured on the eighteen tracks of the album were Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, Loretta Lynn, Carrie Underwood, The Secret Sisters, Roseanne Cash, Sheryl Crow, Wynonna Judd, Alison Krauss, Melonie Cannon, Mavis Staples, Norah Jones, Shelby Lynne, Emmylou Harris, Lily Meola, Brandi Carlile, Tina Rose; and his daughter, Paula Nelson. The album was released on October 15, 2013 on Legacy Recordings.

The first single “From Here to the Moon and Back”, a duet with Dolly Parton that she wrote for the 2012 movie Joyful Noise, was released on August 2, 2013. It was followed by the release of the single “Grandma’s Hands“, with Mavis Staples, on August 6. “It Won’t Be Long”, featuring the Secret Sisters was released on September 24; while “Somewhere Between” with Loretta Lynn was released on October 1.

1 From Here to the Moon and Back   Dolly Parton 4:01
2 She Was No Good for Me   Miranda Lambert 3:47
3 It Won’t Be Very Long   The Secret Sisters 2:36
4 Please Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends   Rosanne Cash 4:18
5 Far Away Places   Sheryl Crow 4:56
6 Bloody Mary Morning   Wynonna Judd 3:05
7 Always on My Mind   Carrie Underwood 3:55
8 Somewhere Between   Loretta Lynn 3:13
9 No Mas Amor   Alison Krauss 4:12
10 Back To Earth   Melonie Cannon 3:30
11 Grandma’s Hands   Mavis Staples 3:10
12 Walkin’   Norah Jones 3:39
13 ‘Til The End of the World   Shelby Lynne 2:01
14 Will You Remember Mine   Lily Meola 4:34
15 Dry Lightning   Emmylou Harris 4:21
16 Making Believe   Brandi Carlile 3:16
17 Have You Ever Seen the Rain   Paula Nelson 4:38
18 After the Fire Is Gone   Tina Rose 2:43

Source: Wikipedia


Artist Countdown: Waylon Jennings Top 60 Hits 9am ET @radiomax

waylonjenningsWaylon Arnold Jennings (June 15, 1937–February 13, 2002) was an American country music singer, songwriter, and musician. Jennings began playing guitar at 8 and began performing at 12 on KVOW radio. He formed a band, The Texas Longhorns. Jennings worked as a D.J. on KVOW, KDAV, KYTI, and KLLL. In 1958, Buddy Holly arranged Jennings’s first recording session, of “Jole Blon” and “When Sin Stops (Love Begins).” Holly hired him to play bass. During the “Winter Dance Party Tour,” in Clear Lake, Iowa, Holly chartered a plane to arrive at the next venue. Jennings gave up his seat in the plane to J. P. Richardson, who was suffering from a cold. The flight that carried Holly, Richardson, and Ritchie Valens crashed, on the day later known as The Day the Music Died. Following the accident, Jennings worked as a D.J. in Coolidge, Arizona, and Phoenix. He formed a rockabilly club band, The Waylors. He recorded for independent label Trend Records, A&M Records before succeeding with RCA Victor after achieving creative control of his records.

During the 1970s, Jennings joined the Outlaw movement. He released critically acclaimed albums Lonesome, On’ry and Mean and Honky Tonk Heroes, followed by hit albums Dreaming My Dreams and Are You Ready for the Country. In 1976 he released the album Wanted! The Outlaws with Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser, and Jessi Colter, the first platinum country music album. The success of the album was followed by Ol’ Waylon, and the hit song “Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love).” By the early 1980s, Jennings was struggling with a cocaine addiction, which he quit in 1984. Later he joined the country supergroup The Highwaymen with Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Johnny Cash. During that period, Jennings released the successful album Will the Wolf Survive. He toured less after 1997, to spend more time with his family. Between 1999 and 2001, his appearances were limited by health problems. On February 13, 2002, Jennings died from complications of diabetes.

Jennings also appeared in movies and television series. He was the narrator for The Dukes of Hazzard; he also composed and sang the show’s theme song. In 2001 he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, which he chose not to attend until later on. In 2007 he was posthumously awarded the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award by the Academy of Country Music.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)
2 Amanda
3 Good Hearted Woman
4 Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys (with Willie Nelson)
5 Wrong
6 Take It to the Limit (with Willie Nelson)
7 Theme from The Dukes of Hazzard (Good Ol’ Boys)
8 I’m a Ramblin’ Man
9 Just to Satisfy You (with Willie Nelson)
10 Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
11 Can’t You See
12 MacArthur Park
13 The Taker
14 Clyde
15 This Time
16 I’ve Always Been Crazy
17 Come with Me
18 I Ain’t Living Long Like This
19 Rose in Paradise
20 Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line
21 You Can Have Her
22 Brown Eyed Handsome Man
23 Lucille (You Won’t Do Your Daddy’s Will)
24 Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out of Hand
25 Shine
26 Pretend I Never Happened
27 I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain’t Used Up)
28 Never Could Toe the Mark
29 Sweet Dream Woman
30 Are You Ready for the Country
31 Women Do Know How to Carry On
32 Will the Wolf Survive
33 Working Without a Net
34 Dreaming My Dreams with You
35 Breakin’ Down
36 What You’ll Do When I’m Gone
37 You Asked Me To
38 Fallin’ Out
39 Mississippi Woman
40 Rainy Day Woman
41 The Devil’s on the Loose
42 Singer of Sad Songs
43 Cedartown, Georgia
44 Waltz Me to Heaven
45 Rough and Rowdy Days
46 Hold On, I’m Comin’ (with Jerry Reed)
47 The Conversation (with Hank Williams, Jr.)
48 Storms Never Last (with Jessi Colter)
49 Drinkin’ and Dreamin’
50 We Had It All
51 (Don’t Let the Sun Set on You) Tulsa
52 America
53 Suspicious Minds (with Jessi Colter)
54 Under Your Spell Again (with Jessi Colter)
55 Put Another Log On The Fire
56 The Weight
57 Do It Again
58 There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang (with Johnny Cash)
59 Gonna Write A Letter
60 I’ll Be Alright

Feature LP I – Willie Nelson – Let’s Face The Music and Dance (2013) 9:15 pm ET

Willie Nelson - lftmLet’s Face the Music and Dance is an album by American country singer-songwriter Willie Nelson. Nelson’s second album under his contract with Legacy Recordings, it was released on April 16, 2013.

Composed of pop, jazz, rock, and country music standards, the set also included a new version of Nelson’s original “Is the Better Part Over” from his 1989 album A Horse Called Music. The album was recorded at Nelson’s Pedernales studio in Austin, Texas, was produced by Buddy Cannon and later mixed by Butch Carr at Budro Music Repair Shop in Nashville, Tennessee. The album focuses in his musical relation with his sister, Bobbie, as the standards were played by them during their childhood and throughout their musical career. – Wikipedia

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. Let’s Face the Music and Dance”   Irving Berlin 3:23
2. “Is The Better Part Over”   Willie Nelson 2:39
3. You’ll Never Know”   Harry WarrenMack Gordon 3:32
4. “Vous Et Moi”   Django Reinhardt 3:23
5. Walkin’ My Baby Back Home”   Roy TurkFred E. Ahlert 3:42
6. Matchbox”   Carl Perkins 2:40
7. Twilight Time”   Buck Ram 4:07
8. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love”   Jimmy McHughDorothy Fields 3:45
9. “I’ll Keep On Loving You”   Moon Mullican 3:38
10. “I Wish I Didn’t Love You So”   Frank Loesser 4:18
11. South Of The Border”   Jimmy KennedyMichael Carr 3:51
12. Nuages”   Django Reinhardt 3:37
13. “Marie (The Dawn Is Breaking)”   Irving Berlin 3:07
14. Shame On You”   Spade Cooley 2:25