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Syndicated Country & Western Music Series
Season 1 (1974-75)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper,
The Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel newspapers

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host: Ralph Emery

1.01 [001] Marty Robbins / Don Gibson / Conny Van Dyke (1974)
Prod. no. 101
Synopsis:
Marty Robbins - "Rollin' in my Sweet Baby's Arms."
Conny Van Dyke - "I'll Never Make It Easy."
Don Gibson - "One Day At A Time."
Marty Robbins - "El Paso."
Don Gibson - "Bring Back Your Love To Me."
Conny Van Dyke - "Untie the Ties."
Marty Robbins - "I Can't Stop Loving You."
Don Gibson and Conny Van Dyke - "Oh Lonesome Me."

1.02 [002] Connie Smith / Jerry Clower / Danny Davis and The Nashville Brass
Prod. no. 102
Synopsis:
Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass - "Lisa."
Connie Smith - "I Never Knew (What That Song Meant Before)"
Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass - "Let It Be Me."
Connie Smith - "Once A Day."
Jerry Clower - comedy routine.
Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass - "Columbus Stockade Blues."
Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass - "Wabash Cannonball" (with closing credits).
Local airdates:
12Oct1974 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)
08Mar1975 WOR-9 New York City (Sat. 12:30pm)

1.03 [003] Sonny James / Jeannie Seely / Jack Greene
Prod. no. 103
Synopsis:
Sonny James - "A World of Our Own."
Jack Greene - "Sing for the Good Times."
Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely - "If It Ain't Love."
Sonny James - "A Mi Esposa Con Amor."
Jeannie Seely - "He Can Be Mine."
Jack Greene - "Satisfaction."
Jeannie Seely - "Don't Touch Me."
Jeannie Seely - "Tree."
Jack Greene - "There Goes My Everything."
Sonny James - "White Silver Sands."
Local airdate:
05Oct1974 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)

1.04 [004] Barbara Mandrell / Bobby Bare / Ronnie Milsap
Prod. no. 104
Synopsis:
Barbara Mandrell - "Break My Mind."
Barbara Mandrell - "Don't Take Him He's All I Got."
Bobby Bare - "Marie Laveau."
Ronnie Milsap - "Pure Love."
Barbara Mandrell - "This Time I Almost Made It."
Ronnie Milsap - "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends."
Bobby Bare - "Mermaid Song."
Barbara Mandrell - "Tonight My Baby's Coming Home."
Bobby Bare - "Detroit City."
Ronnie Milsap - "Whole Lotta Shakin'."
Local airdate:
28Sep1974 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)

[005] Prod. no. 105 (unknown)

1.xx [---] Jerry Reed / Chet Atkins / Diana Trask
Music includes:
Chet Atkins - "The Entertainer."
Jerry Reed - "A Thing Called Love."
Jerry Reed - "Telephone Song."
Diana Trask - "If You Wanna Hold On (Hold On To Your Man)."
Diana Trask - "Loving Arms."
Diana Trask - "Bonaparte's Retreat."
Local airdate:
21Sept1974 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)

1.06 [006] Johnny Rodriguez / Barbara Fairchild / Johnny Russell
Prod. no. 106
Synopsis:
Johnny Rodriguez - "Riding My Thumb to Mexico."
Barbara Fairchild - "Teddy Bear Song."
Johnny Russell - "Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer."
Johnny Rodriguez - "Dance With Me One More Time."
Barbara Fairchild - "Standing in Your Line."
Johnny Russell - "Help Me Make It Through the Night."
Johnny Rodriguez - "Pass Me By."
Barbara Fairchild - "Baby Doll."
Johnny Russell - "Act Naturally."
Local airdates:
16Sep1974 WCPO-9 Cincinnati (Mon. 7:30pm) [Hamilton OH Journal News]
26July1975 Seattle [Seattle Daily Times]

1.07 [007] Ray Stevens / Jeanne Pruitt (taped September 3, 1974)
Prod. no. 107
Synopsis:
Ray Stevens - "Gitarzan."
Jeanne Pruitt - "Love Me."
Ray Stevens - "She Thinks I Still Care."
Jeanne Pruitt - "Satin Sheets."
Ray Stevens - medley: "Green and Purple Pills," "Sgt Preston of the Yukon" and "Butch Bubarrian."
Ray Stevens - "The Streak."

1.08 [008] Brenda Lee / Billy "Crash" Craddock (taped September 3, 1974)
Prod. no. 108
Synopsis:
Brenda Lee - "I Can See Clearly Now."
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Rub It In."
Brenda Lee - "Big Four-Poster Bed."
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Ruby Baby."
Brenda Lee - medley: "I'm Sorry," "Too Many Rivers" and "Jambalaya."
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Knock Three Times."
Brenda Lee - "Comin' On Strong."

1.09 [009] Tom T. Hall / Charlie McCoy / Connie Eaton
Prod. no. 109
Synopsis:
Tom T. Hall - "I Can't Dance."
Charlie McCoy - "Boogie Woogie" (a.k.a. "T.D.'s Boogie Woogie").
Connie Eaton - "Lay Back Lover."
Tom T. Hall - "Foggy Mountain Breakdown."
Tom T. Hall - "Country Is."
Charlie McCoy - medley: "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "Today I Started Loving You Again" and "I Can't Help It (if I'm Still in Love with You)."
Tom T. Hall - medley: "Ravishing Ruby," "Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine," "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died" and "I Love."
Tom T Hall, Charlie McCoy and Connie Eaton - "I'll Fly Away" (Gospel song, with closing credits).

1.10 [010] Donna Fargo / Cal Smith / Brian Collins
Prod. no. 110
Synopsis:
Donna Fargo - "You Can't Be a Beacon (if Your Light Don't Shine)."
Cal Smith - "Country Bumpkin."
Brian Collins - "Statue of a Fool."
Cal Smith - "Between Lust and Watching TV."
Brian Collins - "Ramblin' Man."
Donna Fargo - "U S of A."
Donna Fargo - "Funny Face."
Local airdate:
31May1975 WSM-4 Nashville (Sat. 4:30pm)

1.11 [011] Dolly Parton / Johnny Paycheck / David Houston
Prod. no. 111
Synopsis:
Dolly Parton - "Jolene."
Johnny Paycheck - "My Part of Forever."
David Houston - "Can't You Feel It?"
Dolly Parton - "Love is Like a Butterfly."
Johnny Paycheck - "Don't Take Her She's All I Got."
David Houston - "Danny Boy."
David Houston - "Almost Persuaded."
Johnny Paycheck - "Let's All Go Down to the River" (Gospel).
Local airdate:
02Nov1974 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)

1.12 [012] Hank Williams Jr. / Karen Wheeler
Prod. no. 112
Synopsis:
Hank Williams Jr. - "Jambalaya."
Karen Wheeler - "Born to Love and Satisfy."
Hank Williams Jr. - medley: "Angels are Hard to Find," "Cold Cold Heart" and "Half as Much."
Karen Wheeler - "What Can I Do?"
Hank Williams Jr. - "Memphis."
Hank Williams Jr. and Karen Wheeler - "I Believe in Music."
Local airdate:
26Oct1974 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)

1.13 [013] Lynn Anderson / Jerry Wallace
Prod. no. 113
Synopsis:
Lynn Anderson - "Rose Garden."
Jerry Wallace - "I Wonder Whose Baby (You Are Now)."
Lynn Anderson - "Cry."
Jerry Wallace - "To Get to You."
Lynn Anderson - "Top of the World," "You're My Man," "Smile for Me" and "Rocky Top."
Jerry Wallace - "Primrose Lane."
Lynn Anderson - "Listen to a Country Song."

1.14 [014] Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens / Connie Smith (taped September 24, 1974)
Prod. no. 114
Synopsis:
Merle Haggard - "Workin' Man Blues."
Connie Smith - "I've Got My Baby on My Mind."
Merle Haggard and Johnny Gimble - "Had A Little Mule" ragtime duet.
Connie Smith - "Louisiana Man" (accompanied by Merle Haggard and Johnny Gimble).
Merle Haggard - "Holding Things Together" (with wife Bonnie Owens singing back-up).
Merle Haggard - medley: "We Make It Through December," "Old Man from the Mountain," "Everybody Sings the Blues"
and "Okie From Muskogee.
Merle Haggard - "Mama Tried" accompanied by Connie Smith and Bonnie Owens (with closing credits).

[015] Prod. no. 115 (unknown)

1.xx [---] George Jones and Tammy Wynette
Music includes:
Tammy Wynette - "Stand by Your Man."
Tammy Wynette - "Woman to Woman."
George Jones - "The Race Is On."
Tammy Wynette and George Jones - "We Loved It Away."
Tammy Wynette and George Jones - "We're Gonna Hold On."
Local airdate:
14Dec1974 WOR-9 New York City (Saturday 12:30pm)

1.16 [016] Susan Raye / Kenny Price / Jody Miller
Prod. no. 116
Synopsis:
Susan Raye - "L.A. International Airport."
Kenny Price - "Let's Truck Together."
Jody Miller - "If You Think I Love You Now (I Just Started)."
Susan Raye - "Whatcha Gonna Do with a Dog like That?"
Kenny Price - "Walking on New Grass."
Jody Miller - "He's So Fine."
Jody Miller - "Look at Mine."
Kenny Price - "Sheriff of Boone County."
Susan Raye - "Stop the World."

1.17 [017] Bob Luman / Crystal Gayle / Del Reeves (taped September 26, 1974)
Prod. no. 117
Synopsis:
Bob Luman - "Come on Home (And Sing the Blues to Daddy)."
Crystal Gayle - "Let Me Be There."
Del Reeves - "Pour It All On Me."
Bob Luman - "Let Me Make the Bright Lights Shine For You."
Del Reeves - "Impressions."
Crystal gayle - "Wrong Road Again."
Del Reeves and Bob Luman - "Six Days on the Road."
Local airdate:
16Aug1975 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Saturday 8:30pm)

[018] Prod. no. 118 (unknown)

1.xx [---] The Statler Brothers / Dottie West
Music includes:
Dottie West - "Country Sunshine."
Dottie West - "House of Love."
Dottie West - "Last Time I Saw Him."
The Statler Brothers - "Susan When She Tried."
The Statler Brothers - "Class of '57."
The Statler Brothers - "Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott?"
The Statler Brothers - "Flowers on the Wall."
Local airdates:
01Feb1975 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)
11Jan1975 WOR-9 New York City (Sat. 12:30pm)

1.19 [019] Freddie Hart / Sherry Bryce / Kenny O'Dell
Prod. no. 119
Synopsis:
Freddie Hart - "Key's in the Mailbox."
Sherry Bryce - "Oh, How Happy."
Kenny O'Dell - "I'll Find Another Way (To Say I Love You)."
Freddie Hart - "My Woman's Man."
Kenny O'Dell - "Behind Closed Doors."
Freddie Hart - "My Hang Up Is You," "Got the All Overs For You," "Hang in There Girl" and "Easy Loving."
Sherry Bryce - "Don't Stop Now."
Freddie Hart - "Loose Talk."
Local airdates:
25Jan1975 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)
01Feb1975 WOR-9 New York City (Sat. 12:30pm)
06July1975 WAAY-31 Huntsville, AL (Sunday 4:30pm)

1.20 [020] Conway Twitty / Jim Ed Brown / The Cates Sisters
Prod. no. 120
Synopsis:
Conway Twitty - "Rollin' in my Sweet Baby's Arms."
Jim Ed Brown - "Pop-A-Top."
The Cates Sisters - "Uncle Pen."
Conway Twitty - "I See the Want To In Your Eyes."
Jim Ed Brown - "Three Bells," "Morning" and "It's That Time of Night."
Conway Twitty - "You've Never Been This Far Before."
Jim Ed Bown, Conway Twitty, and The Cates Sisters - "Stay All Night."
Local airdates:
25Jan1975 WOR-9 New York City (Saturday 12:30pm)
29June1975 WAAY-31 Huntsville, AL (Sunday 4:00pm)

1.21 [021] Loretta Lynn / Kenny Starr
Prod. no. 121
Synopsis:
Loretta Lynn - "Coal Miner's Daughter."
Loretta Lynn and Don Ballinger - "As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone."
Loretta Lynn - "They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy."
Kenny Starr - "Step Aside."
Loretta Lynn - "Trouble in Paradise."
Loretta Lynn - "You Are My Sunshine."
Loretta Lynn and Kenny Starr - "Louisiana Woman Mississippi Man."
Local airdates:
11Jan1975 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)
18Jan1975 WOR-9 New York City (Sat. 12:30pm)
0Aug1975 WTCG-17 Atlanta (Saturday 10pm)

[022] Prod. no. 122 (unknown)

1.xx [---] Ray Price / Sami Jo
Synopsis:
Ray Price - "Help Me Make It Through The Night."
Sami Jo - "It Could Have Been Me."
Ray Price - "For The Good Times."
Sami Jo - "Tell Me a Lie."
Ray Price - medley: "Crazy Arms," "Heartaches By The Number" and "Danny Boy."
Local airdate:
09Aug1975 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Saturday 8:30pm)

1.23 [023] Johnny Rodriguez / Billy Walker / Connie Cato
Prod. no. 123
Synopsis:
Johnny Rodriguez - "Oh, I Miss You."
Billy Walker - "Charlie's Shoes."
Connie Cato - "Superskirt."
Johnny Rodriguez - "Something."
Billy Walker - "Funny How Time Slips Away."
Connie Cato - "Pride."
Johnny Rodriguez - "We're Over."
Billy Walker, Johnny Rodriguez, and Connie Cato - "Jambalaya."
Local airdates:
15Feb1975 WSM-4 Nashville (Sat. 1pm)
22Feb1975 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 8:30pm)
01Mar1975 WOR-9 New York City (Sat. 12:30pm)

1.24 [024] Anne Murray / Larry Gatlin (taped October 7, 1974)
Prod. no. 124
Synopsis:
Anne Murray - "What About Me?"
Larry Gatlin - "Delta Dirt."
Anne Murray - "Son of A Rotten Gambler."
Larry Gatlin - "Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall."
Anne Murray - medley: "Cotton Jenny," "You Won't See Me" and "He Thinks I Still Care."
Anne Murray - "Put Your Hand in the Hand" Gospel
Local airdate:
22Feb1975 WOR-9 New York City (Sat. 12:30pm)

1.26 [025] Tanya Tucker / Billy Walker / Jeffrey Allen (taped January 14, 1975)
Prod. no. 125
Synopsis:
Billy Walker - "Things."
Tanya Tucker - "Delta Dawn."
Jeffrey Allen - "Polk Salad Annie."
Billy Walker - "Word Games."
Tanya Tucker - "I Believe the South Is Gonna Rise Again."
Billy Walker - "A Million And One."
Tanya Tucker - "The Man That Turned My Mama On."
Local airdates:
15Feb1975 WOR-9 New York City (Sat. 12:30pm)
02Aug1975 WAAY-31 Huntsville, AL (Sat. 5:00pm)

1.26 [026] Charley Pride / Gary Stewart / The Four Guys (taped January 14, 1975)
Prod. no. 126
Synopsis:
Charley Pride - "My Love is Deep, My Love is Wide."
Gary Stewart - "Drinkin' Thing."
Charley Pride - medley: "Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger?" "She's Too Good to be True," "I'd Rather Love,"
"All I Have to Offer You Is Me," "Wonder Could I Live There Anymore" and "I'm Just Me."
Charley Pride - "Is Any body Going to San Antone?"
Gary Stewart - "Out of Hand."
Charley Pride and the Four Guys - "Let Me Live."

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