27 February 2021

 Regular listeners to SWING ON THIS will be able to tell that it’s a new show this Saturday night, as I apparently forgot pretty much everything about which CDs are in which players during my two weeks away from the studio. This will be painfully obvious when you hear it.
        

However, as usual, the good music saves the day. Among the attractions this time around are February birthday boy Jesse Ashlock, singing one of his own compositions with Bob Wills and the Playboys; Ole Rasmussen and His Cornhuskers with a vocal take on one of the top hits of the Big Band Era; and Tom Morrell and the Time-Warp Tophands exploring a Jimmy McHugh-Dorothy Fields Tin Pan Alley tune from 1928.
        

So please join me Saturday at 7 p.m. for an all-new SWING ON THIS — featuring the same old lame disc jockey. You can pick it up on KWGS, 89.5 FM, or live-streaming at publicradiotulsa.org 

1. “My Life’s Been A Pleasure,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
(for SE EGAN)
2. “That’s Life,” Brazos Valley Boys w/Ray Benson
(for DANNY SHAMEER)
3. “One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer,” Boys in the Bunkhouse
(for RAY BINGHAM and the GLASS LIFTERS)
4. “If I Ever Need A Lady,” Billy Parker
5. “Troubled Over You,” Spade Cooley
(for CAROLYN JACKSON-BOWMAN)
6. “May You Never Break A Heart Like You Broke Mine,” Hoyle Nix and
His West Texas Cowboys
7. “Lily Dale,” Gene Watson
8. “Income Tax,” Dub Adams and His K Bar Ranch Hands
9. “Tuxedo Junction,” Ole Rasmussen and His Cornhuskers
(for CAROLE & JACK BENDER)
10. “Playboy,” Eric Diamond
11. “Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon,” Hank Penny
(for SUE ANN CHAPMAN)
12. “I Love You Because,” Leon McAuliffe
(for HAMILL TIME)
13. “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love,” Tom Morrell and the
Time-Warp Tophands
14. “Why Waste Your Tears on Me,” Al Clauser and His Oklahoma Outlaws
(for JANE & STAN JOHNSON)
15. “Roly Poly,” Asleep at the Wheel w/Dixie Chicks
16. “Bingo Boogie,” Bobby Mooney and His Automobile Babies