The Porter Wagoner Show - Season 6

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(ended 1981)

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Episode Guide

  • Ray Pillow (circa Fall 1967)

    Ray Pillow - "Gone with the Wind."
    Ray Pillow - "Take Your Hands Off My Heart."

  • Waylon Jennings (circa Summer 1967)

    Waylon Jennings - "The Chokin' Kind."
    Waylon Jennings - "Young Widow Brown."

  • The Hillsiders (1967)
  • Stan Hitchcock (taped circa July 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Dooley."
    Stan Hitchcock - "She's Looking Good."
    The Wagonmasters - "Battle of New Orleans."
    Norma Jean - "You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "A Satisfied Mind."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "Shindig In The Barn."
    Porter Wagoner - "Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals."
    Catherine and her dummy Jerry (ventriloquist act).
    Porter Wagoner - "Fireball Mail."

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  • Stringbean (c 1968)
  • George Morgan (1967)
    11/25/67
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    George Morgan - "Have Some of Mine."
    George Morgan - "Shiny Red Automobile."

  • Charlie Louvin / Curly Putman (taped July 27, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms."
    Charlie Louvin - "I Forgot To Cry."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - "Arkansas Traveler."
    Norma Jean - "Pursuing Happiness."
    Curly Putman - "My Elusive Dreams."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Trouble In The Amen Corner."
    Charlie Louvin - "See The Big Man Cry."

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  • Jimmy C. Newman (taped July 26, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Ole Slew Foot."
    Jimmy C. Newman - "Walk Through this World With Me."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Bugle Call Rag."
    Norma Jean - "Jackson Ain't A Very Big Town."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Dear John (I Sent Your Saddle Home)."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "Stop That Ticklin' Me."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Tell Your Children (The Day Of Wrath)."
    Jimmy C. Newman - "Louisiana Saturday Night."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - "Love Faded Gray."

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  • Carl and Pearl Butler (taped July 25, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "You Can't Make A Heel Toe The Mark."
    Carl and Pearl Butler - "For A Minute There."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack and Buck) - "Fire on the Mountain."
    Norma Jean - "Meanwhile Down At Joe's."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "The Cold Hard Facts Of Life."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "There's More Pretty Girls Than One."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "You're Not Home Yet."
    Carl and Pearl Butler - "Punish Me Tomorrow."
    Porter Wagoner - "Sugarfoot Rag" excerpt.

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  • Del Reeves (taped June 21, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Uncle Pen."
    Del Reeves - "The Private."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Lime House Blues."
    Norma Jean - "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Bride's Bouquet."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "Movin' On."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "I Thought Of God."
    Del Reeves - does comedy routine about a skipping record, impersonates Hank Snow singing "Yellow Roses."

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  • Merle Travis (1967)
    Merle Travis (1967)
    Episode 41
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    (1) Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Julie."
    (2) Merle Travis - "That's All."
    (3) The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - "Katy Hill."
    (4) Norma Jean - "Jackson Ain't A Very Big Town."
    (5) Tex Ritter (cameo appearance) presents Porter with a lifetime pass to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Porter narrates b&w photos of his recent visit to the museum.
    (6) Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree."
    (7) Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "I Saw The Light."
    (8) Merle Travis - "Wildwood Flower."
    (9) Porter Wagoner sings "Nine Pound Hammer" accompanied by Merle Travis.

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  • Boots Randolph (circa June 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Shady Grove."
    Boots Randolph (saxophonist) - "Crying Time" (backed up by The Wagonmasters).
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - "Smith's Rag."
    Norma Jean - "You're Driving Me Out Of My Mind."
    Porter Wagoner and Boots Randolph - "Blue Moon Of Kentucky."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "I Like Mountain Music."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Angel Band."
    Boots Randolph - "Yakety Sax."

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  • Ferlin Husky (circa June 1967)

    Songs include:
    Ferlin Husky - "You Pushed Me Too Far."

  • The Willis Brothers (circa June 1967)

    Songs include:
    The Willis Brothers - "Bob."
    The Willis Brothers - "Somebody Knows My Dog."

  • Johnny Darrell / Pete Stamper (taped June 6, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Julie."
    Pete Stamper (comedian) - tells jokes about the people in his home town.
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Home Sweet Home."
    Norma Jean - "Go Cat Go."
    Johnny Darrell - "My Elusive Dreams."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "When It's Long Handle Time In Tennessee."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - Gathering In The Sky."
    Johnny Darrell - "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town."
    Porter Wagoner talks with Pete Stamper.

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  • Mel Tillis (taped June 6, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Fireball Mail."
    Mel Tillis and The Statesiders - "Life Turned Her That Way."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - "Orange Blossom Special."
    Norma Jean - "Jackson Ain't A Very Big Town."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "The Snakes Crawl at Night."
    Speck Rhodes comedy segment (with Mel Tillis cameo).
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw."
    Mel Tillis and The Statesiders - "If I Could Only Start Over."
    Mel Tillis and The Statesiders - "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" excerpt.

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  • The Statler Brothers (1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Dooley."
    The Statler Brothers - "Ruthless."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Cindy."
    Norma Jean - "Lonesome No 1."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Julie."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Beautiful Wings."
    The Statler Brothers - "Flowers on the Wall."
    Norma Jean - "Conscience Keep An Eye On Me."

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  • The Osborne Brothers (taped May 1, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "I'm Gonna Feed You Now."
    The Osborne Brothers - "I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - instrumental song.
    Norma Jean - "Pursuing Happiness."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "The Cold Hard Facts Of Life."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Angel Band."
    The Osborne Brothers - "Roll Muddy River."
    George McCormick and the Wagonmasters - "Camptown Races."

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  • Sandy and Donna Rhodes (aka The Lonesome Rhodes) (1967)

    Songs include:
    Sandy and Donna Rhodes - "I Can't Grow Peaches On A Cherry Tree."
    Sandy and Donna Rhodes - "Unmitigated Gall."

  • Lynn Anderson (1967)
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    Songs include:
    Lynn Anderson - "If I Kiss You."
    Lynn Anderson - "Ride, Ride, Ride."

  • Webb Pierce (1967)
    Webb Pierce (1967)
    Episode 31
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    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "She Burned the Little Roadside Tavern Down."
    Webb Pierce - "It's My Way."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - "Arkansas Traveler."
    Norma Jeanand Porter Wagoner - "Ride, Ride, Ride."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters -"Bride's Bouquet."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "I Done Fell Too Fer."
    Porter Wagoner - "A Pretty Wreath For Mother's Grave."
    Webb Pierce - "Goodbye City, Goodbye Girl."
    Norma Jean - "Company's Coming."

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  • Faron Young (1967)
    Faron Young (1967)
    Episode 30
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    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Tennessee Border."
    Faron Young - "I Guess I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night."
    The Wagonmasters - "Stampede" (instrumental).
    Norma Jean - "Don't Let That Doorknob Hit You."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Green, Green Grass Of Home."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "Please Help Me I'm Falling."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "I Thought Of God."
    Faron Young - "Unmitigated Gall."

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  • Stringbean (1967)
    Stringbean (1967)
    Episode 29
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    Stringbean - "The Big 'un Got Away."
    Stringbean - "Bought Me a Mule."

  • The Blackwood Brothers (1967)

    The Blackwood Brothers - "Heaven Came Down And Glory Filled My Soul."
    The Blackwood Brothers - "The Church Triumphant."

  • Little Jimmy Dickens (1967)

    Little Jimmy Dickens - "Sweet Memories."
    Little Jimmy Dickens - "Country Music Lover."

  • Ray Frushay (1967)
    Ray Frushay (1967)
    Episode 26
    0.0

    Songs include:
    Ray Frushay - "Cheatin' Traces."

  • The Chuckwagon Gang (1967)

    Songs include:
    The Chuckwagon Gang - "Angel Band" and a Porter Wagoner medley.

  • Carl Smith (taped January 25, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Company's Comin'."
    Carl Smith - "It's Only A Matter Of Time."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent and Mack Magaha) - "Farewell Blues."
    Norma Jean - "Let's Go All The Way."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Let Me In."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian)
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Suppertime."
    Carl Smith - "You Better Be Better To Me."

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  • Tex Ritter (taped January 25, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Y'all Come."
    Tex Ritter - "Green Grow The Lilacs."
    The Wagonmasters - instrumental song.
    Norma Jean - "It's A Little More Like Heaven."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "They're All Going Home But One."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "How Much Is That Hound Dog In The Window?"
    Tex Ritter - "Deck of Cards."
    Ike, Mike and Spike (Buck Trent, Mack Magaha, and George McCormick) - "Gotta Travel On."

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  • Waylon Jennings / Don Bowman (circa January 1967)

    Songs include:
    Waylon Jennings - "But That's All Right."
    Waylon Jennings - "(That's What You Get) For Loving Me."
    Don Bowman - "Wrong House."

  • Tommy Collins (taped January 20, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Dooley."
    Tommy Collins - "If You Can't Bite Don't Growl."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck) - "Grandfather's Clock."
    Norma Jean - "Please Don't Hurt Me."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Bride's Bouquet."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Family Bible."
    Tommy Collins - "Shindig In The Barn."
    Norma Jean - "Watch Where You're Going."

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  • Chet Atkins (taped January 20, 1967)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Ole Slew Foot."
    Chet Atkins - "Colonel Bogey" guitar instrumental (whistling march from "The Bridge on the River Kwai").
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - instrumental song.
    Norma Jean - "Pursuing Happiness."
    Porter Wagoner - "The Cold Hard Facts Of Life."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "I'm A Plain Old Country Boy."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Rank Strangers."
    Chet Atkins - "Kentucky" (instrumental, with Porter playing rhythm guitar).

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  • Tex Williams / The Hardin Trio (1967)

    Porter Wagoner - "You Can't Make A Heel Toe The Mark."
    Tex Williams - "Bottom Of A Mountain."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack and Buck) -"Goodbye Liza Jane."
    Norma Jean - "Lonesome No 1."
    The Hardin Trio - "Seven Days Of Crying."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner - "I Dreamed I Saw America On Her Knees."
    Tex Williams - "Smoke Smoke Smoke That Cigarette."
    The Hardin Trio - "Tippy Toeing."

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  • Mel Tillis (taped January 18, 1967, color)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "I'm Gonna Act Right."
    Mel Tillis - "Life Turned Her That Way."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck and Mack) - "Saw Mill."
    Norma Jean - "So Soon."
    Norma Jean, George McCormick and Mack Magaha - "Game Of Triangles."
    Speck Rhodes - "I Like Mountain Music."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Beautiful Wings."
    Mel Tillis - "Detroit City."

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  • Stonewall Jackson (1967, color)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Country Music Has Gone To Town."
    Stonewall Jackson - "A Wound Time Can't Erase."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mark and Buck) - "Fire On The Mountain."
    Norma Jean - "Go Cat Go."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Blue Moon Of Kentucky."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Trouble In The Amen Corner."
    Stonewall Jackson - "Help Stamp Out Loneliness."
    Norma Jean and The Wagonmasters - "Foggy Mountain Top"

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  • Bobby Bare (taped January 6, 1967, color)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "You Can't Make A Heel Toe The Mark."
    Bobby Bare - "Streets of Baltimore."
    The Wagonmasters - "Black Mountain Rag."
    Norma Jean - "Heartbreak U.S.A."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "The Cold Hard Facts Of Life."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Suppertime."
    Bobby Bare - "Charleston Railroad Tavern."
    Bobby Bare - "Detroit City" excerpt.

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  • George Hamilton IV (1966-67 season, color)

    Songs include:
    George Hamilton IV - "Early Morning Rain."

  • Bobby Lewis (1966-67 season, color)
    3/11/67
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    Songs include:
    Bobby Lewis - "How Long Has It Been?"
    Bobby Lewis - "Six Days a Week and Twice On Sunday."

  • Hank Cochran / Warner Mack (1966, color)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Will You Be Loving Another Man?"
    Warner Mack - "Drifting Apart" (duet with George McCormick).
    The Wagonmasters - "Wildwood Flower" (with band members exchanging musical instruments).
    Norma Jean - "I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name."
    Hank Cochran - "All of Me Belongs to You."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Gathering In The Sky."
    Warner Mack - "Sittin' On A Rock (Cryin' In A Creek)" (duet with George McCormick).
    Hank Cochran - medley: "I Fall To Pieces," "Make The World Go Away," "Don't Touch Me" and "Little Bitty Tear."

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  • Minnie Pearl / Ronnie Blackwell (1966, color)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Uncle Pen."
    Minnie Pearl does a comedy routine with announcer Don Howser.
    Buck Trent leads The Wagonmasters on "Buck and The Five."
    Norma Jean - "Don't Let That Doorknob Hit You."
    Ronnie Blackwell - "Cupful By The Cupful."
    Speck Rhodes and Minnie Pearl - "Fly Away (My Pretty Little Pig)."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "What Would You Do (If Jesus Came To Your House)?"
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Dear John (I Sent Your Saddle Home)."

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  • Jimmy Dean (1966, series now in color)

    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Ole Slew Foot."
    Jimmy Dean - "No One Will Ever Know."
    The Wagonmasters - instrumental song (with solos by Buck and Mack).
    Norma Jean - "I Wouldn't Buy A Used Car From Him."
    Jimmy Dean tells a few jokes.
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Green, Green Grass of Home."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "I'm Going Back To Where I Come From."
    Jimmy Dean - "The Farmer and The Lord" (Inspirational song).

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  • Archie Campbell / Jeannie Seely (1966-67 season, color)

    Songs include:
    Archie Campbell - "Life Gets Tedious."
    Jeannie Seely - "Don't Touch Me."

  • Del Reeves (1966, B&W)
    1/28/67
    0.0

    Songs include:
    Del Reeves - "Anywhere U.S.A."
    Del Reeves - "This Must Be the Bottom."

  • Red Sovine (1966, B&W)
    1/21/67
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    Songs include:
    Red Sovine - "The Intoxicated Rat."
    Red Sovine - "of '49."

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