KUHF 88.7 FM
HOUSTON, TEXAS

Week: 08/16/78
Format: C&W
                     KUHF 88.7 – HOUSTON      
                 PROGRESSIVE COUNTRY PLAYLIST
                     AUGUST 16 - 31, 1978   
    1. I Would Like To See You Again – Johnny Cash  
    2. Atlanta’s Burning Down – Dickey Betts & Great Southern
    3. Bare – Bobby Bare               
    4. Bold & New – The Earl Scruggs Revue        
    5. Burning The Ballroom Down – The Amazing Rhythm Aces 
    6. Stardust – Willie Nelson               
    7. Contrary To Ordinary – Jerry Jeff Walker
    8. Buckacre                          
    9. A Little Exposure – John Stuckey       
   10. Song On The Radio – Shake Russell With Dara Cooper
   11. Flying Dreams – Commander Cody                        
   12. Some Girls – The Rolling Stones
   13. Flying Shoes – Towns Van Zandt            
   14. White Mansions                                
   15. Collision Course – Asleep At The Wheel
   16. Toby Beau                                   
   17. Gypsy Boy – Billy Joe Shaver        
   18. Signs Of Life – The Lost Gonzo Band   
   19. Freeze A Yankee/A Tribute To The Trinity (Single) - The
                                                 Folkel Minority
   20. I’m Satisfied With You – Leon Rausch (Single)      
   21. FM – Soundtrack                
   22. Down Here In Texas – Dick Allen & The River Road Boys
   23. Thibodeaux & His Cajun Band – Jimmy C. Newman (Single)
   24. What If – Dixie Dregs                           
   25. The Last Waltz – The Band               
   26. Slowhand – Eric Clapton            
   27. Love Me Again – Rita Coolidge  
   28. It’s A Heartache – Bonnie Tyler         
   29. Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town – Emmylou Harris

       Robert B. Hall                   

 NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly
    as they are shown on the printed survey.  Any typos, spelling 
    errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed 
    sheet. 

       Survey courtesy of Bob Seamons.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Friday, November 2, 2018)




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