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DJ Brother Cleve’s Country Jamboree mix

Br. Cleve

We’re tickled pink to introduce you all to DJ Brother Cleve. He has prepared an ode to the characters of old-time country music: The rabble-rousers, the heartbroken and the downright drunk. We’ll be playing Brother Cleve’s mix CD between live sets at the HOMEGROWN Urban Country Fair in St. Louis – a little bit country between a little bit rock and roll. He’s given us gems from George Jones and Loretta Lynn, as well as more obscure country nuggets from Hawkshaw Hawkins and Bobby Sykes. Thanks Brother!!

The playlist:

The Race Is On – George Jones

Heartaches By the Number – Ray Price

Take Me Back Again – Rose Maddox

Above and Beyond – Buck Owens

Big Big Love – Wynn Stewart

My Heart Gets All The Breaks – Wanda Jackson

I Guess Things Happen That Way – Johnny Cash

Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young – Faron Young

I Gotta Get Drunk – Joe Carson

Here I Am, Drunk Again – Clyde Beavers

Pass the Booze – Ernest Tubb

Bright Lights & Go-Go Girls – The Great Pretender

A Row Of Fools On A Row Of Stools – Russ Mann

Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind) – Loretta Lynn

She’s Acting Single, I’m Drinking Doubles – Gary Stewart

D-I-V-O-R-C-E – Tammy Wynette

It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels – Kitty Wells

It’s Nothing To Me – Harry Johnson

Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) – Johnny Bond & His Red River Valley Boys

Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves – Bobby Sykes

Girl On The Billboard – Del Reeves

Jackson – Jean Shepard/Red Sovine

Lonesome 7-7203 – Hawkshaw Hawkins

I’ll Have Another Cup Of Coffee (Then I’ll Go) – Claude Gray

Here Comes My Baby – Dottie West

Sittin’ And Thinkin’ – Charlie Rich

LSD (Made A Wreck Of Me) – Wendell Austin

Psycho (Original) – Eddie Noack

(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers – Merle Haggard

I’ve Enjoyed As Much Of This As I Can Stand – Porter Wagoner

What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me) – Jerry Lee Lewis

A Six Pack To Go – Hank Thompson

Great stuff! We’re so grateful for folks like Br. Cleve and his incredible knowledge and passion. Give him a holler and a thank you if you’re so inclined.

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2 Responses to “DJ Brother Cleve’s Country Jamboree mix”

  1. James Botticelli Says:

    I’m from Boston where Cleve operates outta. His country band was called The Wheelers and Dealers. Their record “My Mother, My Sister, My Wife” remains a cherished member of my collection of 45’s.

  2. Natalie Ramm Says:

    Is anyone familiar with the country singer Paula Motes? I’m looking for someone who can tell me a little bit about her.

    If you have any info please contact me at editorial2@oxfordamerican.org

    Thanks!

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