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Syndicated Country & Western Music Series
Season 2 (1975-76)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
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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2.01 [027] Faron Young / Carl Smith / Melba Montgomery
Prod. no. 201
Faron Young - "Wine Me Up."
Carl Smith - "The Way I Lose My Mind."
Melba Montgomery - "Don't Let the Good Times Fool You."
Faron Young - "Four in the Morning."
Melba Montgomery - "Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long."
Faron Young - medley: "Some Kind of Woman," "Hello Walls" and "Another You."
Carl Smith - "Deep Water."
Local airdate:
30Mar1976 WHCT-18 Hartford (Tuesday 7:00pm)

2.02 [028] Charlie Daniels / Ronnie Milsap / Sarah Johns (taped June 8, 1975)
Prod. no. 202
Ronnie Milsap - "Day Dreams About Night Things."
Sarah Johns - "I'm ready to Love You Know."
Charlie Daniels - "The South's Gonna Do It Again."
Ronnie Milsap - "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends."
Charlie Daniels - "Long Haired Country Boy."
Ronnie Milsap - medley: "You're No Good," "You Won't See Me" and "Let Me Be There."
Ronnie Milsap - "Clap Your Hands."
Local airdate:
19Oct1975 WAPI-13 Birmingham, AL (Sun. 10:30am)

2.03 [029] Bill Anderson / Don Williams / Mary Lou Turner
Prod. no. 203
Bill Anderson - "Wild Weekend."
Don Williams - "You're My Best Friend."
Mary Lou Turner - "Come on Home."
Bill Anderson - "Country D.J."
Don Williams - "Come Early Morning."
Bill Anderson - "The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," "The Tips of My Fingers," "Slipping Away," "Once a Day" and "City Lights."
Jimmy Gately and the 'Po Boys - "Four Wheel Drive" instrumental (while the band plays, a photo montage of fans is shown).
Local airdate:
18Oct1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.04 [030] Tom T. Hall / Jeannie C. Riley / Wendy Holcombe
Prod. no. 204
Tom T. Hall - "Deal."
Jeannie C Riley - "Baptism of Jesse Taylor."
Wendy Holcombe - "Whoa Mule."
Tom T. Hall - "Singer's Song."
Jeannie C Riley - "Harper Valley P.T.A."
Tom T. Hall - "Ballad of Forty Dollars" and "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died."
Tom T. Hall and Wendy Holcombe - "Foggy Mountain Breakdown."
Local airdates:
01Nov1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)
29Nov1975 WSM-4 Nashville (Saturday 4:30pm)

2.05 [031] Lynn Anderson / Joe Stampley / Even Stevens
Prod. no. 205
Lynn Anderson - "What A Man My Man Is."
Joe Stampley - "Dear Woman."
Lynn Anderson - "I've Never Loved Anyone More."
Even Stevens - "Let the Little Boy Dream."
Joe Stampley - "Roll On Big Mama."
Lynn Anderson - "Love Has No Pride."
Joe Stampley - "Soul Song."

2.06 [032] Freddie Hart / Mickey Gilley / Crystal Gayle (taped June 10, 1975)
Prod. no. 206
Freddie Hart - "Sexy."
Mickey Gilley - "Bouquet of Roses."
Crystal Gayle - "This Is My Year for Mexico."
Freddie Hart - "The First Time."
Mickey Gilley - "Sweet Honky Tonk Wine."
Crystal Gayle - "Beyond You."
Freddie Hart - "Easy Lovin'."
Mickey Gilley, Crystal Gayle and Freddie Hart - "San Antonio Rose" (with closing credits).
Local airdates:
04Oct1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)
27Apr1976 WHCT-18 Hartford (Tuesday 7:00pm)

2.07 [033] Ray Stevens / Sammi Smith (taped June 10, 1975)
Prod. no. 207
Ray Stevens - "Misty."
Ray Stevens - "The Streak."
Sammi Smith - "Which Way Do You Wanna Go."
Ray Stevens - "Indian Love Call."
Sammi Smith - "Help Me Make it Through The Night."
Ray Stevens - "Twilight Time."
Sammi Smith - "Misty."
Ray Stevens and Sammi Smith - "Everything is Beautiful" (with closing credits).
Local airdate:
27Sep1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.08 [034] Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash (taped June 11, 1975)
Prod. no. 208
Episode taped outdoors at the Opryland Theme Park in Nashville.
Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Five - "Folsom Prison Blues."
Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Five - "Hey Porter."
Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Five - "There You Go."
Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash - "Jackson."
Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Anita Carter, and the Tennessee Five - "Church in the Wildwood."
June Carter Cash - "You Gotta Walk That Lonesome Valley By Yourself."
Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash - "If I Were a Carpenter."
The Tennessee Five - "706 Union Avenue" instrumental.
Local airdates:
08Nov1975 WTCG-17 Atlanta (Saturday 10:00pm)
13Dec1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)
04May1976 WHCT-18 Hartford (Tuesday 7:00pm)

2.09 [035] Diana Trask / Bobby Bare and family
Prod. no. 209
Diana Trask - "Fever."
Bobby Bare - "Alimony."
Bobby Bare and family - "Singin' in the Kitchen."
Diana Trask - "Oh Boy."
Bobby Bare and Bobby Bare Jr - "Daddy What If?"
Diana Trask - "Say When."
Bobby Bare - "Marie Laveau."
Diana Trask and Bobby Bare - "Rollin' in my Sweet Baby's Arms" (with closing credits).
Local airdates:
18Oct1975 WSM-4 Nashville, TN (Saturday 4pm)
18Oct1975 WAAY-31 Huntsville, AL (Sat. 5pm)

2.10 [036] Tanya Tucker / Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan (taped July 27, 1975)
Prod. no. 210
Tanya Tucker - "San Antonio Stroll."
Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan - "Tennessee Bird Walk."
Tanya Tucker - "The Serenade That We Played."
Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan - "Because We Love."
Tanya Tucker - "Lizzie and the Rainman."
Tanya Tucker - "Would You Lay With Me."
Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan - "Somewhere In Virginia in the Rain."
Tanya Tucker, Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan - "He's Got the Whole World In His Hands" (with closing credits).
Local airdates:
01Nov1975 WSM-4 Nashville (Saturday 4:30pm)
29Nov1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.11 [037] Billy "Crash" Craddock / Nat Stuckey / Margo Smith
Prod. no. 211
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "The Blues and the Boogie Woogie."
Nat Stuckey - "Boom Boom Barroom Man."
Margo Smith - "There I Said It."
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Easy As Pie."
Nat Stuckey - "You Don't Have to Go Home."
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Ruby Baby," "Rub It In" and "Knock Three Times."
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Slippin' and Slidin'."
Local airdate:
20Dec1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.12 [038] The Statler Brothers / Susan Raye
Prod. no. 212
The Statler Brothers - "I'll Go To My Grave Loving You."
Susan Raye - "Happy Heart."
The Statler Brothers - "Bed of Roses."
The Statler Brothers - "Susan When She Tried."
Susan Raye - "Desperado."
The Statler Brothers - "Angel Band."
The Statler Brothers - "Freight Train."

2.13 [039] Sonny James / Mary Taylor / Johnny Russell
Prod. no. 213
Sonny James - "Little Band of Gold."
Johnny Russell - "Hello I Love You."
Mary Taylor - "Feed Me One More Lie."
Johnny Russell - "Catfish John" and "Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer."
Mary Taylor - "I Walk the Line."
Sonny James - "A Little Bit South of Saskatoon."
Sonny James - "Wildwood Flower."
Additional song performed?
Sonny James - "Maria Elena" (listed in TV Guide, but not on above playlist).
Local airdates:
01Nov1975 WTCG-17 Atlanta (Saturday 10:00pm)
08Nov1975 WAAY-31 Huntsville, AL (Sat. 4:30pm)
30Nov1975 WAPI-13 Birmingham, AL (Sun. 10:30am)
06Dec1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

[040] Prod. no. 214 (unknown)

2.xx [---] Mel Tillis / Sherry Bryce
Music includes:
Mel Tillis - "Mental Revenge."
Mel Tillis - "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town."
Sherry Bryce - "This Song Is For You."
Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce - "You Are the One."
Local airdate:
22Nov1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.15 [041] Dolly Parton / Randy Parton / Moe Bandy
Prod. no. 215
Dolly Parton - "Joshua."
Moe Brandy - "Bandy The Rodeo Clown."
Dolly Parton - "The Bargain Store."
Moe Brandy - "It Was Always So Easy."
Randy Parton - "Tennessee Born."
Dolly Parton - "We Used To."
Dolly Parton and Moe Brandy - "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (song excerpt, with closing credits).
Local airdate:
15Nov1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.16 [042] Dolly Parton / Cal Smith / Jan Howard
Prod. no. 216
Dolly Parton - "The Seeker."
Cal Smith - "She Talked A Lot About Texas."
Dolly Parton - "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?"
Jan Howard - "Rock Me Back to Little Rock."
Cal Smith - "Drinking Champagne."
Jan Howard - "You'll Never Know."
Dolly Parton - "I Will Always Love You."

2.17 [043] Conway Twitty / C.W. McCall / Billie Jo Spears
Prod. no. 217
Conway Twitty - "Race Is On."
C.W. McCall - "Convoy."
Billie Jo Spears - "Blanket on the Ground."
Conway Twitty - "Touch the Hand."
Conway Twitty - "This Time I've Hurt Her More Than She Loves Me."

2.18 [044] Waylon Jennings / Jessi Colter / Tompall Glaser (taped August 20, 1975)
Prod. no. 218
Waylon Jennings - "Ramblin' Man."
Tompall Glaser - "Roll On My Lady."
Jessi Colter - "What Happened to Blue Eyes?"
Tompall Glaser - "Put Another Log on the Fire."
Jessi Colter - "I'm Not Lisa."
Waylon Jennings - "Rainy Day Woman."
Waylon Jennings - "You Asked Me To" (with closing credits).
Local airdates:
02Nov1975 WAPI-13 Birmingham, AL (Sun. 10:30am)
08Nov1975 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)
29Nov1975 WTCG-17 Atlanta (Saturday 10:00pm)

2.19 [045] Johnny Rodriguez / Jody Miller
Prod. no. 219
Johnny Rodriguez - "Love Put A Song in My Heart."
Jody Miller - "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?"
Johnny Rodriguez - "Just Get Up and Close the Door."
Jody Miller - "There's A Party Goin' On."
Johnny Rodriguez - "Something" and "That's the Way Love Goes."
The Music City Band (Johnny Rodriguez's back-up band) - "When Will I Be Loved?" instrumental.

2.20 [046] Charley Pride / Gary Stewart / Dave and Sugar
Prod. no. 220
Charley Pride - "The Happiness of Having You."
Gary Stewart - "Flat Natural Born Good Timin' Man."
Charley Pride - "Hope You're Feelin' Me Like I'm Feelin' You."
Dave and Sugar - "Queen of the Silver Dollar."
Gary Stewart - "She's Actin' Single (I'm Drinkin' Doubles)."
Charley Pride - "Help Me Make It Through the Night."
Charley Pride - "Kiss an Angel Good Mornin'."

2.21 [047] Jimmy Dean / Anne Murray / John Allen Cameron (taped November 18, 1975)
Prod. no. 221
Jimmy Dean - "Glad Rags."
Anne Murray - "Sunday Sunrise."
John Allen Cameron - "Tie Me Down."
Jimmy Dean - "Sweet Georgia Brown."
Anne Murray - "The Call."
Jimmy Dean - "Old Dogs, Children, and Watermelon Wine."
Jimmy Dean and Anne Murray - "She Thinks I Still Care" duet.

2.22 [048] Merle Haggard / Ronnie Reno / Leona Williams
Prod. no. 222
Merle Haggard - "Movin' On."
Ronnie Reno - "There's Been A Lot of Tears Today."
Leona Williams - "I Wonder Where I'll Find You At Tonight."
Merle Haggard - "Cherokee Maiden."
Fiddle quartet - medley: "Hopping Lucy," "Durang Home Pipe," "Smith's Reel," "Faded Love," "Devil's Dream" and "Liberty."
Merle Haggard - "Roots of My Raising."
The Strangers - "Champagne."
Local airdates:
31Jan1976 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)
19Mar1977 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.23 [049] Barbara Mandrell / Narvel Felts / Dickie Lee
Prod. no. 223
Barbara Mandrell - "Give A Little, Take A Little."
Narvel Felts - "Funny How Time Slips Away."
Dickie Lee - "Rocky."
Narvel Felts - "Reconsider Me."
Barbara Mandrell - "Standing Room Only."
Barbara Mandrell and Dickie Lee - "Never Ending Song of Love."
Barbara Mandrell Orchestra (without Barbara) - "Orange Blossom Special" (with closing credits).
Local airdate:
24Jan1976 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

2.24 [050] Loretta Lynn / Dick Feller / Ernest Ray Lynn
Prod. no. 224
Loretta Lynn - "Fist City."
Dick Feller - "Uncle Hiram and the Homemade Beer."
Loretta Lynn - "God Bless America Again."
Ernest Ray Lynn (Loretta's son) - "Rhinestone Cowboy."
Loretta Lynn - "When the Tingle Becomes a Chill."
Dick Feller - "Making the Best of a Bad Situation."

[051] Prod. no. 225 (unknown)

2.xx [---] Johnny Paycheck / Connie Smith / Bob Luman
Music includes:
Johnny Paycheck - "She's All I Got."
Johnny Paycheck - "For a Minute There."
Connie Smith - "Song We Fell in Love To."
Connie Smith - "Till I Kissed You."
Bob Luman - "Man from Bowling Green."
Local airdate:
10Jan1976 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)

[052] Prod. no. 226 (unknown)

2.xx [---] Marty Robbins / Barbara Fairchild
Music includes:
Barbara Fairchild and Marty Robbins - “Hey, Good Lookin'" duet.
Barbara Fairchild - “Tara."
Barbara Fairchild - “I Just Love Being a Woman.”
Local airdates:
03Jan1976 KSTW-11 Seattle, WA (Saturday 8:30pm)
13Jan1976 WLUK-11 Green Bay, Wisc. (Tuesday 7:00pm)

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