The Old Dingy Jukebox

Episode #10- Just Good Records: Sugar Coated Cinders, Rubber Tired Hearses and Lazy Rivers

August 26, 2020 Christian Gallo
The Old Dingy Jukebox
Episode #10- Just Good Records: Sugar Coated Cinders, Rubber Tired Hearses and Lazy Rivers
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The Old Dingy Jukebox
Episode #10- Just Good Records: Sugar Coated Cinders, Rubber Tired Hearses and Lazy Rivers
Aug 26, 2020
Christian Gallo

This episode of the Old, Dingy Jukebox is a show without a theme. Every so often I’ll just comb through the records and pick some fun ones from across a variety of different genres. From 1950s honky tonk, early jazz, blues, western swing and a few instrumental guitar records, this show has something for everyone. Hope you enjoy the show and please share with friends and family. Also, please rank and review the show over at Apple podcasts, the more rankings and positive reviews really help the show. Thanks for listening and kindly follow the show on the various social media outlets.


Relax and enjoy episode #10 of the Old, Dingy Jukebox: “Rubber Tired Hearses, Sugar Coated Cinders and Lazy Rivers”


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Check out John’s Old Time Radio Show. Lots of great episodes featuring R. Crumb recorded from his record lair in France.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/johns-old-time-radio-show/id557734650

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  1. Tampa Red and his Chicago Five- “Let’s Get Drunk and Truck” Bluebird 6353 1936
  2. Stuff Smith and his Onyx Club Boys- “I’se A Muggin’ Numbers Game” Vocalion 3169 1936
  3. The Hall Brothers- “Way Out There” Bluebird 6843 1937
  4. R. Crumb and his Keep On Truckin’ Orchestra “Lazy River Blues” Ordinary 5000 1972
  5. Dick Stratton and the Nite Owls- “Sugar Coated Love” Tennessee 776 1954
  6. The Gentry Brothers- “Swanky” Dixie 45-890 1961
  7. Sleepy John Estes- “Drop Down Mama” Brunswick 03562 1935
  8. Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra “East St. Louis Toodle-O” 1927
  9. Jimmy Heap and the Melody Masters- “Haunted, Hungry Heart” Imperial 8074 1950
  10. The Fireballs- “Vaquero”  Rank 2054 1960
  11. Curley Williams and his Georgia Peach Pickers- “Grandma’s Turned Over Again” Columbia 37083 1948
  12. Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers- “Leavin’ Home” Columbia 15116 1927
  13. McKinney’s Cotton Pickers- “Beedle Um Bum” Victor 38052 1929
  14. Tibby Edwards- “Try To Understand” Mercury 70454 1954

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Show Notes

This episode of the Old, Dingy Jukebox is a show without a theme. Every so often I’ll just comb through the records and pick some fun ones from across a variety of different genres. From 1950s honky tonk, early jazz, blues, western swing and a few instrumental guitar records, this show has something for everyone. Hope you enjoy the show and please share with friends and family. Also, please rank and review the show over at Apple podcasts, the more rankings and positive reviews really help the show. Thanks for listening and kindly follow the show on the various social media outlets.


Relax and enjoy episode #10 of the Old, Dingy Jukebox: “Rubber Tired Hearses, Sugar Coated Cinders and Lazy Rivers”


E-mail: [email protected]: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/
Facebook: @olddingyjukeboxpodcast
Twitter: @OldDingy
Instagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcast

Check out John’s Old Time Radio Show. Lots of great episodes featuring R. Crumb recorded from his record lair in France.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/johns-old-time-radio-show/id557734650

Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US



  1. Tampa Red and his Chicago Five- “Let’s Get Drunk and Truck” Bluebird 6353 1936
  2. Stuff Smith and his Onyx Club Boys- “I’se A Muggin’ Numbers Game” Vocalion 3169 1936
  3. The Hall Brothers- “Way Out There” Bluebird 6843 1937
  4. R. Crumb and his Keep On Truckin’ Orchestra “Lazy River Blues” Ordinary 5000 1972
  5. Dick Stratton and the Nite Owls- “Sugar Coated Love” Tennessee 776 1954
  6. The Gentry Brothers- “Swanky” Dixie 45-890 1961
  7. Sleepy John Estes- “Drop Down Mama” Brunswick 03562 1935
  8. Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra “East St. Louis Toodle-O” 1927
  9. Jimmy Heap and the Melody Masters- “Haunted, Hungry Heart” Imperial 8074 1950
  10. The Fireballs- “Vaquero”  Rank 2054 1960
  11. Curley Williams and his Georgia Peach Pickers- “Grandma’s Turned Over Again” Columbia 37083 1948
  12. Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers- “Leavin’ Home” Columbia 15116 1927
  13. McKinney’s Cotton Pickers- “Beedle Um Bum” Victor 38052 1929
  14. Tibby Edwards- “Try To Understand” Mercury 70454 1954

Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)