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Syndicated Country & Western Music Series
Season 5 (1967-68)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
references:
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5.xx [231] Bob Luman (taped May 15, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-231
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Fool Never Learns."
Harold Morrison - "New River Train."
Bob Luman - "Five Miles From Home."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Leavin'."
Loretta Lynn - "Dear Uncle Sam."
Buddy Spiker - "Texas Fiddler."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Gathering Flowers For the Master's Bouquet."
Bob Luman - "Going Home Boy."
Loretta Lynn - "Cry Cry Cry."

5.xx [232] Hank Snow (taped July 11, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-232
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Time Changes Everything."
Harold Morrison - "Old Rattler."
Hank Snow - "Oahu Rose."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The Shoe Goes On The Other Foot Tonight."
Loretta Lynn - "Loose Talk."
Don Helms - "Worried Mind."
Loretta Lynn - "Where No One Stands Alone" (Gospel number).
Hank Snow - "I'm Movin' On."

5.xx [233] Nat Stuckey (taped May 16, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-233
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Gonna Change Everything."
Harold Morrison - "Gotta Travel on."
Nat Stuckey - "Pop-A-Top."
Loretta Lynn - "Jealous Heart."
Nat Stuckey & Loretta Lynn - "Sweet Thang."
Buddy Spiker - "Dance Around Molly."
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Nat Stuckey - "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning."
Nat Stuckey - "Anywhere I Am."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Givin' Up."

5.xx [234] Johnny Bond (taped May 16, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-234
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goin' and Comin."
Harold Morrison - "Worried Man Blues."
Johnny Bond - "After Loving You."
The Wilburn Brothers - "It's a Big Old Heartache."
Loretta Lynn - "World of Forgotten People."
Don Helms - "Texas Playboy Rag."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Give Me the Roses Now."
Johnny Bond - "Tomorrow Never Comes."
Loretta Lynn - "My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You."

5.xx [235] Martha Carson (taped May 16, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-235
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Pickin' Up The Mail."
Harold Morrison - "Courtin' In the Rain."
Martha Carson - "Walk and Talk With Me Lord."
Loretta Lynn - "Oh Lonesome Me."
The Wilburn Brothers - "No Legal Right."
Buddy Spiker - "Mockingbird."
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Martha Carson - "Old Camp Meeting Time."
Martha Carson - "This Old House."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I had One Too Many."

5.xx [236] Dolly Parton (taped May 16, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-236
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "It's Another World."
Harold Morrison - "The Cat Came Back."
Dolly Parton - "Dumb Blonde."
Loretta Lynn - "Get What You Got and Go."
Teddy Wilburn - "You Win Again."
Don Helms - "B Bowman Hop."
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Dolly Parton - "Somebody Touched Me."
Dolly Parton - "Something Fishy."
The Wilburn Brothers - "There Goes Everything."

5.xx [237] Lonzo and Oscar (taped July 5, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-237
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "All of a Sudden."
Harold Morrison - "Salty Dog Blues."
Lonzo and Oscar - "Did You Have To Bring That Up."
Loretta Lynn - "Wine Women and Song."
Loretta Lynn - "What Kind of Girl?"
Dom Helms - "Pan Handle Rag."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Little Home in Tennessee."
Lonzo and Oscar - "New River Train."
The Wilburn Brothers - "You're Standing in My Way."

5.xx [238] Stu Philips (taped July 5, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-238
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goody Goody Gumdrop."
Harold Morrison - "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad."
Stu Philips - "Vin Rose."
Loretta Lynn - "I Walked Away From the Wreck."
Loretta Lynn - "Get What You Got and go."
Buddy Spiker - "Bill Cheatham."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Oh Come Angel Band."
Stu Phillips - "Walk Me To The Station."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Can't Keep Away From You."

5.xx [239] Mel Tillis (taped 1967)
Prod. no. WB-239
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Roll Muddy River."
Harold Morrison Old Slewfoot."
Mel Tillis - "Goodbye Wheeling."
The Wilburn Brothers - "You're Standing in the Way."
Loretta Lynn - "Two Steps Forward."
Don Helms - "Blue Bonnet Rag."
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Mel Tillis - "Somebody Touched Me" gospel
Mel Tillis - "Life Turned Her That Way."
Loretta Lynn - "Bargain Basement Dress."

5.xx [240] Prod. no. WB-240 (unknown)

5.xx [241] Jimmy Payne (taped July 11, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-241
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Love's Gonna Live Here."
Harold Morrison - "Hunt the Coon Tonight."
Jimmy Payne - "Woman Woman."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Take Good Care of Her."
Loretta Lynn - "Bargain Basement Dress."
Don Helms - "Winchester Cathedral."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I've Got That Old Time Religion."
Jimmy Payne - "What Does it Take to Keep a Woman Like You Satisfied?"
Loretta Lynn - "Before I'm Over You."

5.xx [242] Vickie and Ronnie (taped July 11, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-242
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goin' And Comin'."
Harold Morrison - "Long Journey Home."
Vickie and Ronnie - "Sweet Thang."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Leavin'."
Loretta Lynn - "Success."
Don Helms - "Hey Good Lookin'" (instrumental)
Loretta Lynn - "Where No One Stands Alone."
Vickie and Ronnie - "Mohair Sam."
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Town That Never Sleeps."

5.xx [243] Prod. no. WB-243 (unknown)
5.xx [244] Prod. no. WB-244 (unknown)

5.xx [245] George Hamilton IV (1967)
Prod. no. WB-245
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goody Goody Gumdrop."
Harold Morrison - "Cannonball Yodel."
George Hamilton IV - "A Rose and a Baby Rut."
Loretta Lynn - "Two Mules Pull This Wagon."
Loretta Lynn - "It's Such A Pretty World Today."
Buddy Spiker - "Sugar Foot Rag" instrumental
The Wilburn Brothers - "Don't Go Home Unsaved" (Gospel number)
George Hamilton IV - "Break My Mind."
Larry Estes - "I'm A Lonesome Fugitive."

5.xx [246] Prod. no. WB-246 (unknown)

5.xx [247] Wilma Burgess (1967)
Prod. no. WB-247
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Hurt Her Once For Me."
Harold Morrison - "Cindy."
Wilma Burgess - "Tear Time."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Trouble's Back in Town."
Loretta Lynn - "You Ain't Woman Enough."
Don Helms - "Georgia" (steel guitar instrumental)
Wilma Burgess - "How Can I Write on Paper?"
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Wilma Burgess - "Precious Memories" (Gospel song).
Loretta Lynn - "What Kind of Girl?"

5.xx [248] Bobby Bare (taped July 12, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-248
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Givin' up."
Harold Morrison - "Whoa Mule."
Bobby Bare - "Come Kiss Me Love."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The Sound of Your Footsteps."
Loretta Lynn - "Singin' The Blues."
Buddy Spiker - "Fisher's Hornpipe."
Loretta Lynn - "I'm Getting Ready to Go."
Bobby Bare - "Gray Eyes You Know."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Ramblin' Rose."

5.xx [249] The Homesteaders (taped July 12, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-249
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Roarin' Again."
Harold Morrison - "John Henry."
Homesteaders - "Show Me the Way to the Circus."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Is It Really Over?"
Loretta Lynn - "Don't Come Home a Drinkin'."
Don Helms - "Cold Cold Heart."
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and the Homesteaders - "Old camp Meeting Time."
The Homesteaders - "If You Should Come Back Today."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The World of Forgotten People."

5.xx [250] Margie Bowes (taped October 2, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-250
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Don't Care."
Harold Morrison - "New River Train."
Margie Bowes - "Get Your Lie the Way You Want It."
Teddy Wilburn & Loretta Lynn - "Beautiful Unhappy Home."
Loretta Lynn - "It's Such A Pretty World Today."
Buddy Spiker - unidentified instrumental
The Wilburn Brothers - "Steal Away."
Maggie Bowes - "A Man Around the House."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Some of Your Memories."

5.xx [251] Floyd Cramer
Prod. no. WB-251
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Fool Never Learns."
Harold Morrison - "John Henry."
Floyd Cramer - "Born Free" instrumental
The Wilburn Brothers - "Fighting A Memory."
Loretta Lynn - "A Saint to a Sinner."
Don Helms - "Time Changes Everything."
Loretta Lynn - "The Third Man" (Gospel number)
Floyd Cramer - 'Hank Williams Medley' instrumental
The Wilburn Brothers - "You're Standing in the Way."

5.xx [252] Autry Inman (taped October 2, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-252
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Talk Back Tremblin' Lips."
Loretta Lynn - "I'll Sure Come A Long Way Down."
Autry Inman - "Love Has to Die All By Itself."
The Wilburn Brothers - "It's the Same All Over."
Loretta Lynn - "You Ain't Woman Enough."
Don Helms - "Your Cheatin' Heart."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Shake Hands With Mother Again."
Autry inman - "Don't Call Me I'll Call You."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Let Me Be The First To Know."

5.xx [253] Sonny Wright (1967)
Prod. no. WB-253
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Love's Gonna Live Here."
Harold Morrison - "Opry Theme."
Sonny Wright - "Let Over Love."
Loretta Lynn - "These Boots Are Made For Walking."
Loretta Lynn - "The Home You're tearin' Down."
Buddy Spiker and Harold Morrison - "Slewfoot Rag."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Move Up A Little Closer."
Sonny Wright - "Truck Drivin' Man."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Someone Before Me."

5.xx [254] Webb Pierce (taped October 3, 1967)
Prod. no. WB-254
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Crazy Arms."
Harold Morrison - "Gotta Travel On."
Webb Pierce - "Fool Fool Fool."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goody Goody Gumdrop."
Loretta Lynn - "Dark Moon."
Don Helms - "Jackson."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Jesus Hold My Hand."
Webb Pierce - "Walkin' The Dog."
Loretta Lynn - "Night Girl."

5.xx [255] Billy "Crash" Craddock
Prod. no. WB-255
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Blue Blue Day."
Harold Morrison - "Bicycle Wreck."
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me?"
Loretta Lynn Don't Come Home A Drinkin'."
Loretta Lynn - "If Loneliness Can Kill Me."
Buddy Spiker - "Tennessee Wagoneer."
The Wilburn Brothers, Harold Morrison, Loretta Lynn, and Billy "Crash" Craddock -
"Won't It Be Wonderful There?" (Gospel number).
Billy "Crash" Craddock - "Go On Home Girl."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The Bartender."

5.xx [256] Rita Faye
Prod. no. WB-256
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Someday I'll Sober Up."
Harold Morrison - "Foggy Mountain Top."
Rita Faye - "Here Comes My Baby."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Comin' Home Mama."
Loretta Lynn - "Jealous Heart."
Buddy Spiker - "Soldier's Joy."
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Rita Faye - "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning" (Gospel number)
Rita Faye - "Nothing Else to Lose."
Loretta Lynn - "Hundred Proof Heartache."

5.xx [257] Chuck Wagon Gang (taped 1967)
Prod. no. WB-257
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight."
Harold Morrison - "Little Maggie."
The Chuck Wagon Gang - "Where the Soul Never Dies."
Larry Estes - "I Really Don't Want to Know."
Loretta Lynn - "Go On and Go."
Buddy Spiker - "Eighth of January."
The Chuck Wagon Gang - "He Whispers Sweet Peace to me."
Loretta Lynn - "Dear Unlce Sam."

5.xx [258] Sara and Maybelle Carter (taped 1967)
Prod. no. WB-258
Synopsis:
Loretta Lynn - "Bargain Basement Dress."
Harold Morrison - "Good Old Mountain Dew."
Sara and Maybelle Carter (of the Carter Family) - "Little Moses."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Just to Be Where You Are."
Loretta Lynn - "What Kind of Girl?"
Don Helms - "Blues Stay Away From Me."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Old Folks Home."
Sara and Maybelle Carter - "While the Band is Playing Dixie."
The Wilburn Brothers bring out their mother to introduce to the Carter ladies.

5.xx [259] Diana Trask (taped 1967)
Prod. no. WB-259
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Had One Too Many."
Harold Morrison - "Little Maggie."
Diana Trask - "Tennessee Waltz."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Rainbows and Roses."
Loretta Lynn - "The Devil Gets His Dues."
Don Helms - "Alone With You."
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Beautiful Life."
Diana Trask - "Your Cheatin' Heart."
Larry Estes - "Little Ole Wine Drinker Me."

5.xx [260] The Osborne Brothers (circa 1967)
Prod. no. WB-260
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Groovin' Up."
Harold Morrison - "Long Journey Home."
Osborne Brothers - "Blue Moon of Kentucky" bluegrass.
Loretta Lynn - "Singin' the Blues."
The Wilburn Brothers - "If I Had Yesterday Over Again."
Buddy Spiker - "San Antonio Rose" fiddle instrumental
Loretta Lynn - "I'm A Gettin' Ready to Go" (Gospel number).
Osborne Brothers - "Rocky Top."
Teddy Wilburn & Loretta Lynn - "We're Not Kids Anymore" duet

5.xx [261] Prod. no. WB-261 (unknown)

5.xx [262] Nat Stuckey
Prod. no. WB-262
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Wastin' My Time."
Harold Morrison - "Rabbit in the Log."
Nat Stuckey - "Pop-A-Top."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Trouble's Back in Town."
Loretta Lynn - "Act Naturally."
Hal Rugg - "Bells of St Marys."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Medals for Mother."
Nat Stuckey - "My Can Do Can't Keep Up with My Want To."
Loretta Lynn - "World of Forgotten People."

5.xx [263] Jay Lee Webb (taped February 13, 1968)
Prod. no. WB-263
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Someday I'll Sober Up."
Harold Morrison - "New River Train."
Jay Lee Webb - "I'll Build Her Up."
Wilburn Brothers & Loretta Lynn - "Walk Through This World With Me."
Loretta Lynn - "Fist City."
Hal Rugg - "Georgia Steel Guitar."
Loretta Lynn - "Who Says God Is Dead?"
Jay Lee Webb - "Tootsie's Wall."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Just to Be Where You Are."

5.xx [264] Prod. no. WB-264 (unknown)

5.xx [265] The Cut-Ups (taped February 14, 1968)
Prod. no. WB-265
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goin' and Comin'."
Harold Morrison - "Salty Dog Blues."
The Cut-Ups - "Mona Lisa" country comedy routine.
Loretta Lynn - "God Gave Me A Heart To Forgive ."
Buddy Spiker - "Draggin' The Bow."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Need the Prayers."
The Cut Ups - "Not Once But A Hundred Times."
Loretta Lynn & the Cut Ups - "You Ain't Woman Enough."

5.xx [266] Prod. no. WB-266 (unknown)

5.xx [267] Larry Estes (taped February 14, 1968)
Prod. no. WB-267
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Hurt Her Once For Me."
Harold Morrison - "Courtin' In the Rain."
Loretta Lynn - "Two Steps Forward Six Back."
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Boy's Faithful Friend."
Larry Estes - "Six Days on the Road."
Buddy Spiker - "Scotland."
Group - "I Feel Like Travellin' On."
Harold Morrison - "Nine Pound Hammer."
Loretta Lynn - "I Walked Away From the Wreck."

5.xx [268] Prod. no. WB-268 (unknown)
5.xx [269] Prod. no. WB-269 (unknown)
5.xx [270] Prod. no. WB-270 (unknown)
5.xx [271] Prod. no. WB-271 (unknown)
5.xx [272] Prod. no. WB-272 (unknown)

5.xx [273] Bill Monroe and The Bluegrass Boys (1968)
Prod. no. WB-273
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "She'll Walk All Over You."
Loretta Lynn - "Don't Come Home A Drinkin'."
Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys - "Train 45 (Heading South)."
Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys - "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Not Gonna Dress Up."
Buddy Spiker - "Goodbye Liza Jane" fiddle instrumental
Loretta Lynn - "The Third Man" (Gospel number)
Harold Morrison - "Pretty Little Pink."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Breakin' in a Brand New Broken Heart."

5.xx [274] Johnny Dollar
Prod. no. WB-274
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goody Goody Gumdrop."
Harold Morrison - "Hunt the Coon Tonight."
Johnny Dollar - "Everybody's Gotta Be Somewhere" and "Little Darlin'."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Not That I Care."
Loretta Lynn - "Two Mules Pull This Wagon."
Buddy Spiker - "Flint Hill Special."
Loretta Lynn - "How Great Thou Art" (Gospel number)
Johnny Dollar - "Do-Die."
Group - "Gotta Travel On."

5.xx [275] Prod. no. WB-275 (unknown)
5.xx [276] Prod. no. WB-276 (unknown)

5.xx [277] David Rodgers
Prod. no. WB-277
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "She'll Walk All Over You."
Harold Morrison - "Old Rattler."
David Rodgers - "I'll Be Your Fool Again."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The Wayward Wind."
Loretta Lynn - "The Race is On."
Hal Rugg - "Corinna Corinna" (steel guitar instrumental)
Loretta Lynn - "Standing Room Only" (Gospel number)
David Rodgers - "You Can't Give Me That Song and Dance."
Loretta Lynn - "Your Cheatin' Heart."
performer? - "Acuff Rose."

5.xx [278] Prod. no. WB-278 (unknown)

5.xx [279] Sam and Kirk McGee (aka The McGee Brothers)
Prod. no. WB-279
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "It's A Big Old Heartache."
Harold Morrison - "Free Little Bird."
Sam and Kirk McGee - "Victor Rag."
The Wilburn Brothers - "My Mountain Dew."
Loretta Lynn - "Get What You Got and Go."
Buddy Spiker and Hal Rugg - "Golden Slippers" instrumental
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Harold Morrison, and Sam and Kirk McGee - "Precious Memories" (Gospel number)
Sam and Kirk McGee - "Railroad Blues."
Loretta Lynn - "Wanted Woman."

5.xx [280] "Little" Jimmy Dickens (taped April 17, 1968)
Prod. no. WB-280
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Somebody's Back in Town."
Harold Morrison - "Cindy."
"Little" Jimmy Dickens - "Can You Build Your House."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Goin' and Comin'."
Loretta Lynn - "You've Made Me What I Am."
Buddy Spiker - "Maggie" Instrumental
Loretta Lynn - "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands" (Gospel number)
"Little" Jimmy Dickens - "I Love Lucy Brown."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The Knoxville Girl."

5.xx [281] The Willis Brothers (1968)
Prod. no. WB-281
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'll Keep Right On Loving You."
Loretta Lynn - "Night Girl."
The Willis Brothers - "My Cross-Eyed Gal."
The Willis Brothers - "Drifting Apart."
Hal Rugg - "Panhandle Rag."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Steal Away" (Gospel number)
The Wilburn Brothers - "Driving in My Blood."
Loretta Lynn - "Look Who's Lonely."

5.xx [282] Prod. no. WB-282 (unknown)


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