doctor strange (scott derrickson, 2016)
the panic in needle park (jerry schatzberg, 1971)

music friday: return of the son of daily mix

This is from Daily Mix 6. Looks like it’s old-school country time!

Hank Williams, “Hey, Good Lookin’.” When I hear Hank Williams, I think of The Last Picture Show.

Patsy Cline, “I Fall to Pieces.” Her first #1 Country song.

The Carter Family, “Can the Circle Be Unbroken.” Old folk song that A.P. Carter turned into the song seemingly every artist covered.

Don Gibson, “I Can’t Stop Loving You.” Gibson wrote it, although Ray Charles is probably more in people’s minds today.

John Prine, “Lake Marie.” Bob Dylan’s favorite John Prine song. He has good taste.

Gram Parsons, “Sleepless Nights.” Recorded by The Everly Brothers in 1960. Emmylou Harris joins Gram on this one.

Wanda Jackson, “Nervous Breakdown.” Old Eddie Cochran song, recorded by Wanda with Jack White when she was in her 70s and still rocking.

Jimmie Rodgers, “Blue Yodel (T for Texas).” The first of Rodgers’ “Blue Yodels.” A great video.

Trio, “Telling Me Lies.” The best song from the Parton/Ronstadt/Harris grouping, and arguably Linda Ronstadt’s greatest moment.

The Everly Brothers, “T for Texas.” Yep, the Jimmie Rodgers song, from their late-60s album, Roots.

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