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The Down Under Hour 05-29-2024 show 70

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Show 70, 05-29-2024

Inspired again by If That Ain’t Country.

Intro: Roulette - Dom Mariani and the Majestic Kelp, Underwater Casino, 2003

Easy Rider - Eils & The Drip,  a 2024 single by Melbourne’s Eileen Hodgkins and her band.

Easy Lovin’ - Nicky Del Rey and the Slowtown Social Club, from the album Dead Pig Heaven, a 2008 release.

Hell Breaks Loose - the title track to Shane Nicholson’s 2015 album.

Hole For A Heart - the Re-mains, from 2006, the album Thank You For Supporting Country Rock’n’Roll. Incorrectly announced as “He Died With His Boots On”.

Ballad of A Broken Man - Dirt River Radio, the album Beer Bottle Poetry, 2009.

I’ve Been A Fool - Paul Kelly, from his 1995 album Deeper Water.

Mothers Not Feeling Herself Today - Suzannah Espie, the title track of her 2015 album.

A pair of songs from Chris Wilson, from, 2012, his album Flying Fish:

White Freightliner Blues by the great American singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt, from his 1978 album “Flyin’ Shoes.

And then the Johnny Cash classic from 1956, I Walk the Line.

Home In the Country - the Cartwheels, from their 2014 album At Home.

Bed Of Nails - Uncle Bill, from 1998, their album Special Treatment, an album of covers, this song by Ross Wilson.

Hit The Town - The Davidson Brothers, from 2014, the album Wanderlust.

Got It Bad - Keith Urban, in 1991 playing on Australia’s 60 Minutes television program. Keith Urban was born in New Zealand and grew up in Queensland Australia. He was 24 when he performed for 60 Minutes, the next year he moved to the USA and the rest is history.

1980s a TV commercial for a popular brand of Australian beer, Victoria Bitter.

A Pub With No Beer - Slim Dusty. He first recorded the song in 1957. It was written by Gordon Parsons in about 1956.   

Outro - Chicken Omelette, by Baby Langston, from their acclaimed 1998 album

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