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Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour June 13th Playlist

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Welcome to another Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour!



Our playlist for this week is:

  1. Weenies and Bikinis / Brent Burns
  2. Lazy Haze / Todd Sparks
  3. Mexico / Jimmy Buffett
  4. Tropical Vacation / Kelly McGuire
  5. Breachfront Town / Larry Joe Taylor
  6. The Gulf of Mexico / Steve Earle
  7. I'm a Trop Rock Junkie / Trop Rock Junkies
  8. I Can't Spell Caribbean / Living Soul
  9. Sand In Her Shoes / Thom Shepherd
  10. Knee Deep / Zac Brown Band featuring Jimmy Buffett
  11. A Pirate Looks at Forty / Roger Creager
  12. Blame It On the Margaritas / Howard Livingston

 

We'll be kicking off this week's show with the aptly named "Weenies and Bikinis" from Brent BurnsRagtops and Flipflops is where you can find this tune!

"Lazy Haze" is a new song on our program from Todd Sparks.  Todd and his Shrimpboat Cowboys released this song on their latest album, The Gulf of Mexico.

"Mexico" is a Jimmy Buffett song we've featured a handful of times on the show.  It comes from the Barometer Soup album.

 

 

Kelly McGuire's "Tropical Vacation" is one of our favorite songs from his award winning Boat in Belize CD!

Larry Joe Taylor gave us "Beachfront Town" on his 2007 Times album.  This guy always knows how to make you feel like you're on the coast!

"The Gulf of Mexico" is a Steve Earle song that he wrote in the aftermath of the British Petroleum oil spill disaster.  This song, and more like it, can be found on his I'll Never Get Out of this World Alive CD.

 

 

The Trop Rock Junkies, a band we've only recently discovered, gave us this tune on their Live at the Hideaway Cafe CD.

Something about Living Soul is really special!  "I Can't Spell Caribbean" is the title track of their first album.

"Sand In Her Shoes" is a great Thom Shepherd song we like to play as often as we can get away with.  Check out his Tropicalifragilisticexpialidocious CD for more tunes like it!

"Knee Deep" is another spectacular song we love from the Zac Brown Band.  Featuring Jimmy Buffet himself, you don't get much better than this!  This hit was on the best-selling You Get What You Give record.

 

 

Some covers are terrible mockeries of the original songs they are trying to emulate, but luckily this is not the case at all with Roger Creager's version of "A Pirate Looks at Forty"!

"Blame It On the Margaritas" by Howard Livingston and the Mile Marker 24 Band is how we're sending off the show this week.  As always, if you have any requests be sure to send them to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  See you next week!