30 APRIL 2022

If you’re a regular listener to SWING ON THIS, you know I don’t play any songs several weeks in a row. In fact, a good percentage of the numbers heard on any given Saturday don’t ever show up on the playlist more than once. There’s so much out there to hear, and so little time to hear it, than I try to be as un-repetitive as possible.  
 
However, I do have my favorite recordings, ones that you might hear on the program as often as every few months. And this Saturday, I’ll be spinning a few of those cuts — playing favorites, as it were — by Casey Van Beek and the Tulsa Groove; Ellicott, Bruner, and Eicher; and Syd Masters and the Swing Riders. In addition, we’ll have a Bob Wills classic that he redid during his twilight years in the business; it features a vocal by a guy who’d had a bona fide No. 1 rock ’n’ roll hit. 
 
That and the usual lots more this Saturday night on SWING ON THIS, airing at 7 p.m.on Tulsa’s NPR affiliate KWGS, 89.5 FM, and live-streaming everywhere at publicradiotulsa.org 
 
 
1. “Time Changes Everything,” Bob Wills w/Johnny Preston
2, :Sweet Moments,” Tom Morrell and the Time-Warp Tophands
3. “I Got Loaded,” Casey Van Beek and the Tulsa Groove
(for TERESA KNOX and the GLASS LIFTERS)
4. “South Rampart Street Parade,” Leon McAuliff and His Cimarron Boys
(for HAMILL TIME)
5. “My Dog,” Syd Masters and the Swing Riders
6. “Dream A LIttle Dream of Me,” Annie Ellicott, Mark Bruner, and Shelby Eicher
(for SUSI EASTON)
7. “Dog House Boogie,” Hawkshaw Hawkins
8. “I Knew the Moment I Lost You,” Billy Parker
(for CAROLE & JACK BENDER)
9. “San Antonio Rose,” Transcontinental Cowboys
(for AP MCQUIDDY)
10. “Milk Cow Blues,” Bob Wills’ Original Texas Playboys
11.  “Perdido,” Rose Sinclair
12, :So Long to the Red River Valley,” Sons of the Pioneers
13. “South,” Johnnie Lee Wills