The Porter Wagoner Show - Season 9

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(ended 1981)

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Episode Guide

  • The Stella Parton Trio (Stella, Mae, and Cassie Parton) (circa May 1970)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Come On In."
    Stella, Mae, Cassie and Dolly Parton sing "Break My Mind."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Tennessee Cut-Up Breakdown."

    Dolly Parton, Porter Wagoner, and Louis Owens (Dolly's uncle) narrate film footage of the second "Dolly Parton Day" held in Sevierville, Tennessee.

    Stella Parton - "Cotton Fields."
    Speck Rhodes - comedy routine, sings "In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree."
    Porter Wagoner & The Wagonmasters - "What Would You Do (If Jesus Came To Your House)?"
    Dolly Parton - "Tall Man."

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  • Jimmy Dickens (1969-70 season)
  • Bobby Lewis (taped May 11, 1970)
    8/29/70
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    Porter Wagoner & The Wagonmasters - "Dear John (I Sent Your Saddle Home)."
    Bobby Lewis (country singer) - "From Heaven To Heartache."
    Buck Trent leads The Wagonmasters on "Waitin' In Line."
    Dolly Parton - "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy."
    Backed by the Wagonmasters, George McCormick sings "Walk On Fool."
    Speck Rhodes - comedy routine, sings "The Life Of A Sailor Man."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Trouble In The Amen Corner."
    Bobby Lewis - "Hello Mary Lou."

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  • Johnny Darrell (1969-70 season)
  • Stringbean (taped May 10, 1970)
    9/12/70
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    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Fireball Mail."
    Stringbean - "Little Maggie."
    Buck Trent leads The Wagonmasters on "Foggy Mountain Breakdown."
    Dolly Parton - "Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8)."
    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Tomorrow Is Forever."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian)
    Dolly Parton, Don Warden & George McCormick - "Who At My Door Is Standing?"
    Stringbean - "Me and My Old Crow (Got a Good Thing Goin')."
    Stringbean and Buck Trent - "Cindy" banjo duet.

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  • The Osborne Brothers (taped May 10, 1970)
    The Osborne Brothers - "Listening To The Rain" and "How Great Thou Art."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "I'm Gonna Feed You Now" and "You Got-ta Have a License."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton - "Run That By Me One More Time."

    Dolly Parton - "I Couldn't Wait Forever."

    Speck Rhodes - "When It's Long Handle Time In Tennessee."
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  • Bill Anderson and Jan Howard (taped May 5, 1970)
    "Whisperin'" Bill Anderson - "Po' Folks."

    Bill Anderson and Porter Wagoner - "Skid Row."

    Bill Anderson and Jan Howard duet - "Someday We'll Be Together."

    Jan Howard and Dolly Parton duet - "We Had All The Good Things Going."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters perform "Shady Grove" and a medley of Bill Anderson songs ("I'll Go Down Swinging," "I've Enjoyed As Much Of This As I Can" and "Cold Hard Facts Of Life").

    Buck Trent leads The Wagonmasters on "Wabash Cannonball."
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  • Dick Curless (taped April 21, 1970)
    Dick Curless - "Bury the Bottle With Me" and "Big Wheel Cannonball."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Long Journey Home," "An Old Log Cabin For Sale" and "Little Boy's Prayer."

    Dolly Parton sings "I'm In No Condition."

    Speck Rhodes - "Stop That Ticklin' Me."
  • Bill Carlisle (taped April 20, 1970)
    Bill Carlisle - "My Name Is Jones" and "Dirty Old Man."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Tennessee Saturday Night" and "Faded Love."

    Dolly Parton - "Just The Way I Am" and "How Great Thou Art."

    Buck Trent leads the Wagonmasters on "Louisiana Man."
  • Webb Pierce (taped April 20, 1970)
    Webb Pierce - "Merry-Go-Round World" and "The Man You Want Me To Be."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "You Can't Make A Heel Toe The Mark," "Misery Loves Company" and "Rank Strangers."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Run That By Me One More Time."

    Dolly Parton - "Mine."

    Speck Rhodes - "Don't Never Take No For An Answer."
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  • The Blackwood Brothers (taped March 2, 1970)
    The Blackwood Brothers - "The Night Before Easter" and "I Came Here to Stay."

    Porter Wagoner and The Blackwood Brothers - "Supper Time."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "You Got-ta Have A License."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton - "Tomorrow Is Forever."

    Dolly Parton - "Just The Way I Am."

    Speck Rhodes - "Wait A Little Longer."
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  • Grandpa Jones (taped March 2, 1970)
    Grandpa Jones - "Darby's Ram" and "John Henry."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Southern Bound" and "Day of Wrath (Tell Your Children)."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton - "Run That By Me One More Time."

    Dolly Parton - "Robert."

    Mack Magaha leads the Wagonmasters on "Liberty."
  • Merle Haggard with Bonnie Owens and The Strangers (taped January 10, 1970)
    Merle Haggard with Bonnie Owens and The Strangers - "Fightin' Side of Me" and "Okie from Muskogee."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms," "Fairchild" and "A Picture From Life's Other Side."

    Dolly Parton - "Daddy Come And Get Me."

    Speck Rhodes - "I'm Going Back To Where I Come From."
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  • Guy Drake/Rusty Draper
    1/24/70
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    "I'm Gonna Act Right" - Porter Wagoner


    "Welfare Cadillac" - Guy Drake


    "My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy" - Dolly Parton


    "You Gotta Have a License" - Porter Wagoner


    "A Gathering in the Sky" - Porter Wagoner


    "Sunshine Man" - Rusty Draper

  • Roy Clark (taped January 19, 1970)
    Roy Clark - "Me and Bobby McGee" and "Alabama Jubilee."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Dooley" and "Pastor's Absent On Vacation."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Just Someone I Used To Know."

    Dolly Parton - "Chas."
  • Chill Wills (show 2 of 2, taped January 14, 1970)
    Chill Wills (cowboy actor) performs "Water" and "Mama."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Long Journey Home" and "Old Camp Meeting Time."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Run That by Me One More Time."

    Dolly Parton - "I Couldn't Wait Forever."

    Speck Rhodes - "Long Handle Time In Tennessee."
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  • Chill Wills (show 1 of 2, taped January 14, 1970)
    Chill Wills (cowboy actor) performs "Little Darlin'" and "Will Rogers" (a tribute to the late actor/humorist). Chill also appears in a comedy sketch with Speck Rhodes.

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "The Crawdad Song" (with Dolly Parton) and "Your Old Love Letters."

    Dolly Parton - "In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)" and "If We Never Meet Again."
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  • Hank Locklin (taped January 13, 1970)
    Hank Locklin - "Please Help Me I'm Falling" and "Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On."
  • T Texas Tyler (taped January 13, 1970)
    T Texas Tyler - "He Brought Me Out" and "Deck Of Cards."

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "World Needs A Washin'" and "Fairchild."

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Each Season Changes You."

    Dolly Parton - "Little Bird."

    Speck Rhodes - "I Like Mountain Music."
  • Pete Stamper (taped January 12, 1970)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Southern Bound."
    Pete Stamper (comedian) - routine includes jokes about his wife.
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - instrumental song.
    Dolly Parton - "A Better Place to Live."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "The Way He Said Your Name."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - sings "Sweet Fern."
    Dolly Parton - "Where No One Stands Alone."
    Pete Stamper - "Across The Alley From The Opry."

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  • The Harper Valley P.T.A. (band)
    2/21/70
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    No details are currently available on this episode. But according to internet sources, the band 'Harper Valley P.T.A.' was put together by producer and record company owner Shelby Singleton,who produced the original Jeannie C. Riley song. (Ms. Riley was not a member of this band.) The Harper Valley P.T.A. recorded such novelty songs as "Beautiful Downtown Burbank" and "I Dig Dangling Participles."

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  • Alex Houston and Elmer (taped September 8, 1969)
    Alex Houston and Elmer (ventriloquist act)
  • Jack Greene (taped August 12, 1969)
    Jack Greene - "Back in the Arms of Love" and "The Key That Fits Her Door."
  • Jerry Reed (taped in 1969)
    1/24/70
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    Jerry Reed sings "There's Better Things In Life," with an assist from Porter and Dolly.
    Mack Magaha plays "The Arkansas Traveler" on the fiddle.
    Dolly sings "Your Ol' Handy Man."
    Porter sings "Misery Loves Company" with an assist from George McCormick and Don Warden.
    Speck Rhodes recites some poetry to Sadie, over the phone.
    Porter recites "Trouble In The Amen Corner."
    Jerry Reed demonstrates some of his phenomenal guitar-picking ability, as he sings "The Wabash Cannonball," with an assist from Mack Magaha on the fiddle.
    At Porter's request, Jerry closes with a bit of "Halleleuia, I Love Her So."

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  • Kenny Price (taped May 15, 1969)
    Kenny Price - "Who Do I Know In Dallas?" and "Southern Bound."
  • Jimmy C. Newman (taped May 1, 1969)
    Songs include:

    Jimmy C. Newman - "Surrounded By Your Love" and "Boudin'."

    Dolly Parton - "Baby Sister."
  • Bobby Lord (taped April 30, 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Sugarfoot Rag."
    Bobby Lord - "Yesterday's Letters."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Banjo Buck."
    Dolly Parton - "Don't Let It Trouble Your Mind."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Sorrow Overtakes The Wine."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Dolly Parton - "If We Never Meet Again."
    Bobby Lord - "Don't Forget To Smell The Flowers."
    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton - "Jeannie's Afraid Of The Dark."
    Mack Magaha - "Leather Britches" instrumental.

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  • Bill Carlisle and The Carlisles (taped April 29, 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Another Day, Another Dollar."
    Bill Carlisle and The Carlisles - "Something Different."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Give Me Five."
    Dolly Parton - "False Eyelashes."
    Porter Wagoner - "An Old Log Cabin For Sale."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner - "What Would You Do If Jesus Came To Your House?"
    Sheila Carlisle and Bill Carlisle Jr. - "Elvira."
    Dolly Parton - "I'm In No Condition" (excerpt).

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  • Grandpa Jones (taped April 22, 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton - "I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew."
    Grandpa Jones - "My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Little Bitty Tear."
    Dolly Parton - "Daddy."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "She Burnt The Little Roadside Tavern Down."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Porter Wagoner - "Men With Broken Hearts."
    Grandpa Jones - "Arkansas Traveller."
    Mack Magaha - "Love Faded Gray" instrumental.

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  • Pete Stamper (taped April 21, 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "You Can't Make A Heel Toe The Mark."
    Pete Stamper (country comedian) - makes jokes about Porter, etc.
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - instrumental song.
    Dolly Parton - "I'm Not Worth The Tears."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Cryin' My Heart Out Over You." (with George McCormick and Don Warden on vocals).
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "Sweet Fern."
    Dolly Parton - "Who At My Door Is Standing?" (with Porter on harmony vocals).
    Pete Stamper and Speck Rhodes - "A Chevy-Kaiser-Olds-Mo-Laca-Stud-War-Linco-Baker."
    Mack Magaha (fiddler) - "Soldier's Joy" instrumental.

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  • Sergeant Bill Bodaford (taped April 21, 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Big Wind."
    Sergeant Bill Bodaford - "When You Are Gone."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack and Buck) - instrumental song.
    Dolly Parton - "I'm In No Condition."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Everything She Touches Gets The Blues."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "When It's Long Handle Time In Tennessee."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "You're Not Home Yet."
    Sergeant Bill Bodaford - "I Want To Go With You."

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  • Carl and Pearl Butler (taped April 17, 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Long Journey Home."
    Carl and Pearl Butler - "Our Rendezvous."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Mack Magaha) - instrumental song.
    Dolly Parton - "Mine."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Sing Me Back Home."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian).
    Dolly Parton - "Wait A Little Longer Please Jesus."
    Carl and Pearl Butler - "We'll Sweep Out The Ashes In The Morning."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "World Needs A Washin'"

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  • Tex Ritter (taped April 15, 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Fireball Mail."
    Tex Ritter and The Boll Weevils - "Texas."
    The Wagonmasters (led byBuck Trent) -"Stampede."
    Dolly Parton - "You're Gonna Be Sorry."
    George McCormick and The Wagonmasters - "What I'd Give To Hear A Baby Cry."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "Stop That Ticklin' Me."
    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw."
    Tex Ritter and The Boll Weevils - "A Funny Thing Happened (on the Way to Miami)."

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  • Warner Mack (circa April 1969)

    Porter Wagoner and The Wagonmasters - "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms."
    Warner Mack - "I'd Give The World (to Be Back Loving You)."
    The Wagonmasters (led by Buck Trent) - "Lime House Blues."
    Dolly Parton - "Something Fishy."
    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton duet - "Yours Love."
    Speck Rhodes (comedian) - "I'm Going Back To Where I Come From."
    Porter Wagoner and the Wagonmasters - "Supper Time."
    Warner Mack - "Leave My Dream Alone."
    Dolly Parton - "Foggy Mountain Top" (with Porter and the Wagonmasters).
    Mack Magaha - "Katy Hill" excerpt.

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  • Ray Pillow (taped April 14, 1969)
    Songs include:

    Ray Pillow - "Stop and Drink It Over" (with harmonizing vocals by George McCormick) and "Wonderful Day."
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