Cocaine & Rhinestones: The History of Country Music

Tyler Mahan Coe

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CR032/PH18 - Glenn
Feb 15 2022
1 hr 38 mins
CR032/PH18 - GlennCR031/PH17 - Choices: George Jones' Last RunCR030/PH16 - Another Lonely Song: The Tammy Wynette & George Richey StoryCR029/PH15 - Hell Stays Open All Night Long: George Jones, Phase IIICR028/PH14 - Divorce/Death: He Stopped Loving Her Today, The Grand Tour & A Good Year for the RosesCR027/PH13 - Billy Sherrill's Nashville SoundCR026/PH12 - Loved It Away: Tammy Wynette, On Her OwnCR025/PH11 - Being Together: The George Jones & Tammy Wynette StoryCR024/PH10 - Stand by Your Man: The Anti-Feminist ManifestoCR023/PH09 - Loneliness Surrounds: Virginia Wynette PughCR022/PH08 - Dallas Frazier: Can't Get There From HereCR021/PH07 - Pappy Daily, Gene Pitney and How George Jones Came to Be on MusicorCR020/PH06 - All to Pieces: George Jones, Phase IICR019/PH05 - Wandering Soul: George Jones, Starday Recording ArtistCR018/PH04 - White LightningCR017/PH03 - The Nashville A TeamCR016/PH02 – Owen Bradley's Nashville SoundCR015/PH01 - Starday Records: The Anti-Nashville SoundBONUS: Cocaine & Rhinestones Season 1 Q&ACR014 - Ralph Mooney: The Sound of Country Music