66: Outlaw Country

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William covered the last three weeks of news and played some “outlaw country” music. Sorry for the length.

Wikipedia News: June 28 – July 18

“The Story of Outlaw Country in 33 Songs” from Pitchfork

Musical Interludes:
“The Streets of Baltimore” (1966) by Bobby Bare
“Folsom Prison Blues” (1968) by Johnny Cash
“Mendocino” (1969) by Sir Douglas Quintet
“Sunday Morning Comin’ Down” (1969) by Kris Kristofferson
“Me and Paul” (1972) by Willie Nelson
“Kentucky” (1972) by Sammi Smith
“Pancho and Lefty” (1972) by Townes Van Zandt
“Dallas” (1972) by The Flatlanders
“I Been To Georgia On a Fast Train” (1973) by Billy Joe Shaver
“London Homesick Blues (Home With the Armadillo)” (1973) by Gary P. Nunn
“Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother” (1973) by Ray Wylie Hubbard
“L.A. Freeway” (1975) by Guy Clark
“Pissin’ In the Wind” (1975) by Jerry Jeff Walker
“You Never Even Called Me By My Name” (1975) by David Allen Coe
“I’m Not Lisa” (1975) by Jessi Colter
“Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way” (1975) by Waylon Jennings
“Bluebird Wine” (1975) by Emmylou Harris
“Somewhere South of Macon” (1976) by Marshall Chapman
“Texas (When I Die)” (1978) by Tanya Tucker
“Single Again” (1978) by Gary Stewart
“Ain’t Living Long Like This” (1978) by Rodney Crowell
“Amarillo Highway (For Dave Hickey)” (1979) by Terry Allen
“I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink” (1980) by Merle Haggard
“Guitar Town” (1986) by Steve Earle
“Crescent City” from Lucinda Williams (1988) by Lucinda Williams
“Kerosene” from Kerosene (2005) by Miranda Lambert
“In Color” from That Lonesome Song (2008) by Jamey Johnson
“KMAG YOYO” from KMAG YOYO (2011) by Hayes Carll
“Cover Me Up” from Southeastern (2013) by Jason Isbell
“You Can Have the Crown” from High Top Mountain (2013) by Sturgill Simpson
“The Outsiders” from The Outsiders (2014) by Eric Church
“Hands of Time” from Midwest Farmer’s Daughter (2016) by Margo Price
“Feathered Indians” from Purgatory (2017) by Tyler Childers