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Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour July 11th Playlist

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Good news! It's time for another Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour!

 

We could use a beach that looks like this about now!

 

Here is the playlist for our July 11th show:

 

  1. So He Sails / Eric Stone
  2. Red Neck Riviera / Gary P. Nunn
  3. Somewhere Between Texas and Mexico / Pat Green
  4. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) / Waylon Jennings
  5. Knee Deep / Zac Brown Band featuring Jimmy Buffett
  6. Coastin' / Larry Joe Taylor
  7. Long Time No Sea / Kelly McGuire
  8. Livin' the Life (Jimmy Buffett Only Wrote About) / Brent Burns
  9. Backroads of Texas / The Bois d'Arcs
  10. You're My Jamaica / Charley Pride
  11. Coulda Woulda Shoulda / Greezy Joe and the Cheap and Easy Band
  12. Livin' on Key West Time / Howard Livingston and the Mile Marker 24 Band
  13. I Need a Beach / Joe Bennett

 

First up in the queue this week is Eric Stone's "So He Sails".  This gold certified artist included this song on his Boatsongs Collection #1: Songs for Sail.

"Red Neck Riviera" is a Gary P. Nunn song from his Greatest Hits Volume II.  Other songs you might enjoy from this album include "Down in San Antonio" and "Reggae Armadillo".

Pat Green's "Somewhere Between Texas and Mexico" is from his 2004 Lucky Ones CD.

 

 

"Jambalaya (On the Bayou)" is a Waylon Jennings song that's new to our program.  This tune was originally a Hank Williams song released in 1952, but you can find this version on the 2006 Waylon Sings Hank Williams album.

You know it's going to be good when the Zac Brown Band and the Margarita Man himself team up - and that certainly is the case with "Knee Deep"!

"Coastin'" is a great Larry Joe Taylor song that became part of the inspiration for his annual "Coastin' and Cruisin'" music cruise every winter.  That LJT knows how to keep busy!

 

 

Here's something we haven't heard in a while: Kelly McGuire's "Long Time No Sea"!  It can be found on the King of the Island record.

Brent Burns really is "Livin' the Life (Jimmy Buffett Only Wrote About)"!  This great song is on the album of the same name.

Once again we have the pleasure of playing "Backroads of Texas" by the Bois d'Arcs from Muenster, Texas.

 

 

Another song we haven't heard in a while is Charley Pride's "You're My Jamaica".  This tune was the title track of his 1979 album.

"Livin' on Key West Time" is one of our favorites from Howard Livingston and the Mile Marker 24 Band from Key West.

"I Need a Beach" by Joe Bennett really sums up the spirit of our show.  This song is featured on the Le Bon Temps Roule album.  Laissez les bon temps roule is Cajun for "let the good times roll", for those who weren't sure!

We hope you enjoyed the show this week.  If you have any requests or suggestions, drop us a note here!  We'll see you next week for more Gulf Coast Cowboy Hour!