The Porter Wagoner Show - Season 11

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(ended 1981)

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Episode Guide

  • Dickey Lee (taped May 2, 1972)
    8/5/72
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    Dickey Lee - "Ashes of Love" and "My Blue Tears."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Tennessee Saturday Night," "Denise Marie" and "How Great Thou Art."

    Dolly Parton - "A Letter To Heaven."

    The Wagonmasters - "Clover Button" (instrumental)

    Speck Rhodes - "Sweet Fern."
  • Carl and Pearl Butler (Second 1971-72 appearance)
    Guests:

    Carl and Pearl Butler
  • Bobby Lewis (taped May 1, 1972)
    8/19/72
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    Bobby Lewis - "We Ran Out of Time" and "Hello Mary Lou."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Her and the Car and the Mobile Home," "She's Everywhere" and "Trouble in the Amen Corner."

    Dolly Parton - "Coat of Many Colors."

    The Wagonmasters - "Liberty" (instrumental).
  • Ed and Lorraine Hall / Charles Hall (taped April 11, 1972)
    Ed and Lorraine Hall - "Old Log Cabin for Sale."

    Charles Hall - "Okie From Muskogee."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Ole Slew Foot," "Many Kinds of Love" and "Rocked in the Deep."

    Dolly Parton - "Lonely Coming Down."

    Mack Magaha leads The Wagonmasters on "Durham's Bull."

    Speck Rhodes - "That's the Life of a Sailor Man."
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  • Claude Gray (taped April 11, 1972)
    6/17/72
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    Claude Gray - "Straight Down to Heaven" and "If I Ever Need A Lady."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Wake Up Jacob" and "Be Careful of Stones That You Throw."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Lost Forever in Your Kiss."

    Dolly Parton - "Joshua.

    The Wagonmasters - "Until Dawn" (instrumental).
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  • Stars of Young Country (aka Young Country Singers) (taped March 14, 1972)

    Stars of Young Country (aka Young Country Singers) - "Country Roads" and "Everyone's Reaching Out For Someone."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "What Ain't To Be, Just Might Happen," "Rocky Top" and "I Found A Man."

    Dolly Parton - "Touch Your Woman."

    The Wagonmasters - "Clover Button" (instrumental).

    Speck Rhodes - "In the Shade of the Apple Tree."

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  • Bobby Bare (taped March 14, 1972)
    7/1/72
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    Bobby Bare - "Come Sundown" and "What Am I Gonna Do?"

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Her And The Car And The Mobile Home" and "Jeannie's Afraid of the Dark."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Lost Forever in Your Kiss" and "The Right Combination."

    Mack Magaha (fiddler) - "Devil's Dream."
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  • Red Sovine (taped March 14, 1972)
    7/8/72
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    Red Sovine - "Phantom 309" and "I Didn't Jump the Fence."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Wake Up Jacob," "What Ain't To Be, Just Might Happen" and "Picture From Life's Other Side."."

    Dolly Parton - "Touch Your Woman."

    The Wagonmasters - "Until Dawn" (instrumental).

    Speck Rhodes - "Wait A Little Longer."
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  • Wendy Bagwell and the Sunliters (taped February 2, 1972)
    Wendy Bagwell and the Sunliters perform "Revive Us Again." Later in the show, Wendy Bagwell does a comedy routine.

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Company's Comin'," "Albert Erving" and "I Found the Man."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "The Right Combination."

    Dolly Parton - "Loneliness Found Me."

    Mack Magaha leads The Wagonmasters on "Shufflin' Mack."

    Speck Rhodes - "Mean Mama Blues."
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  • Kenny Roberts (taped February 2, 1972)
    Kenny Roberts - "Ding Dong Bells" and "She Taught Me How To Yodel."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Wake Up Jacob" and "Men With Broken Hearts."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Lost Forever in Your Kiss."

    Dolly Parton - "Blue Ridge Mountain Boy."

    Buck Trent leads The Wagonmasters on "Tennessee Cutup Breakdown" (instrumental).
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  • Jack Greene (second 1971-72 appearance)
    Guest:

    Jack Greene
  • Joe and Rose Lee Maphis (taped January 31, 1972)
    Joe and Rose Lee Maphis - "Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud Loud Music)" and "Country Girl Courtship."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Be A Little Quieter" and a "I Thought I Heard You Call My Name"/"Your Old Love Letters" medley.

    Porter Wagoner - "Golden Streets of Glory."

    Dolly Parton - "Mission Chapel Memories."

    The Wagonmasters - "Cajun Lady."
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  • The Duke of Paducah (1971-72 season)
    5/27/72
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    The Duke of Paducah (country comedian)
  • J.D. Peters (taped January 10, 1972)
    6/3/72
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    J.D. Peters - "Home is Where It Used To Be" and "Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Tennessee Saturday Night," "She's Everywhere" and "Brother Harold Dee."

    Dolly Parton - "Coat of Many Colors."

    The Wagonmasters - "Limehouse Blues."
  • The Singing Rambos (taped January 10, 1972)
    The Singing Rambos - "Build My Mansion" and "Oh What A Happy Day!"

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Be A Little Quieter," "The Last One To Touch Me" and "I Found the Man."

    Dolly Parton - "Joshua."

    The Wagonmasters - "Durham's Bull" (instrumental).
  • Bob Harrington (1971-72 season)
    3/25/72
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  • The Osborne Brothers (1971-72 season)
    The Osborne Brothers
  • Little Jimmy Dickens (1971-72 season)
    4/15/72
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    Little Jimmy Dickens
  • Marshall Barnes and Roy Wiggins (1971-72 season)
    Marshall Barnes and Roy Wiggins
  • The Baldknobbers (1971-72 season)
    4/29/72
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    The Baldknobbers
  • Brian Collins (1971-72 season)
    2/12/72
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    Brian Collins
  • Lonzo and Oscar (1971-72 season)
    2/19/72
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    Lonzo and Oscar
  • Bill Carlisle (1971-72 season)
    2/26/72
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    Bill Carlisle
  • Stonewall Jackson (1971-72 season)
    3/4/72
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  • Billy "Crash" Craddock (1971-72 season)
  • Nat Stuckey (1971-72 season)
    3/18/72
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  • Archie Campbell (1971-72 season)
  • The Willis Brothers (1971-72 season)
    1/8/72
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    Guests:

    The Willis Brothers
  • Charlie Louvin (1971-72 season)
    1/15/72
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    Guest:

    Charlie Louvin
  • Carl Smith (1971-72 season)
    1/22/72
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    Guest:

    Carl Smith
  • Dickey Lee (1971-72 season)
    1/29/72
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    Guest:

    Dickey Lee
  • Billy Walker (1971-72 season)
    2/5/72
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    Guest:

    Billy Walker
  • Ronnie Blackwell (taped August 31, 1971)

    Cameo: Tennessee Governor Winfield Dunn in the audience.
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Legend in My Time."
    The Wagonmasters - "John Henry" (instrumental)
    Dolly Parton - "Coat of Many Colors."
    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "The Right Combination."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian)
    Porter Wagoner - "A Picture from Life's Other Side."
    Ronnie Blackwell - "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down."

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  • Tompall and The Glaser Brothers (taped August 31, 1971)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Be A Little Quieter."
    Tompall and The Glaser Brothers - "Faded Love."
    Dolly Parton - "Just the Way I Am."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Divers are Out Tonight."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "Hound Dog."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Be Careful of Stones That You Throw."
    Tompall and The Glaser Brothers - "Snowbird."

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  • Tommy Overstreet (taped August 17, 1971)
    Tommy Overstreet - "Gwen (Congratulations)" and "I Don't Know You (Anymore)."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Fireball Mail," "Last One to Touch Me" and "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man."

    Dolly Parton - "Joshua."

    The Wagonmasters - "Battle of New Orleans" (instrumental).
  • Jack Greene (1971-72 season)
    Guest:

    Jack Greene
  • Merle Travis (taped August 9, 1971)
    Merle Travis - "I Am A Pilgrim" and "Nine Pound Hammer."

    Porter Wagoner - "Long Journey Home" and "Brother Harold Dee."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Before I Met You."

    Dolly Parton - "Letter To Heaven."

    The Wagonmasters - "Home Sweet Home" (instrumental).

    Speck Rhodes - "Please Help Me I'm Crawling."
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  • Carl and Pearl Butler (1971-72 season)
    Guests:

    Carl and Pearl Butler.
  • Charlie Walker (1971-72 season)
    Guest:

    Charlie Walker
  • Grandpa Jones (taped July 19, 1971)
    Grandpa Jones - "It's Raining Here This Morning" and "Are You From Dixie?"

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Be A Little Quieter" and "Falling Leaves."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "The Right Combination."

    Dolly Parton - "Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)."

    The Wagonmasters - "Twinkle Twinkle" (instrumental).
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  • Joe and Rose Lee Maphis (taped July 19, 1971)
    Joe and Rose Lee Maphis - "Somewhere Between" and "Honey, Be My Honey Bee."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "You Can't make a Heel Toe the Line," "Watching" and "Pastor's Absent On Vacation."

    Dolly Parton - "Joshua."

    The Wagonmasters - "Poppin' Corn" (instrumental).

    Speck Rhodes - "Plain Ole Country Boy."
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  • Stringbean (1971-72 season)
    Guest:

    Stringbean
  • Tom T. Hall (1971-72 season)
    Guest:

    Tom T. Hall
  • Glenn Barber (taped May 24, 1971)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Ole Slew Foot."
    Glenn Barber - "She Cheats On Me."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Banjo Buck" instrumental.
    Dolly Parton - "Just The Way I Am."
    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton - "The Right Combination."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian)
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Gathering In The Sky."
    Glenn Barber - "The World You Live In."
    Porter Wagoner & cast - "Y'all Come."

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