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Abraham Lincoln

One of the most revered Presidents in American History, Abraham Lincoln was a popular figure in old time radio shows.
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Adventures of Champion

Gene Autry's horse Champion had his own Radio Show! Was Trigger jealous? Did Champion did his own stunts on radio?
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All Star Western Theater

Riding out of the sunny back lots of Hollywood, All Star Western Theatre delivered Republic Western-style entertainment with chuck wagon sized doses of fine music, broad humor and guest appearances by the best of the West.
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American Trail

The American Trail tells the story of these brave men and women: from Louis and Clarke to the great ol' California Gold Rush.
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Arthur Smiths Corner Store

Enjoy one of the pioneers of modern country music, Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith on his show, The Corner Store.
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Bailes Brothers

and the West Virginia Homefolks, featured country western music Monday Mornings on KWKH.
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Best of Gunsmoke

This collection includes OTRCAT's favorite Gunsmoke episodes including "Billy the Kid", "Buffalo Hunter", "Home Surgery" and many more of the classic old time radio western.
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Bill Ring Show

features hard driving steel guitar, and a classic version of country music that celebrates life. This is not "Cry in your Beer" country music! Update: 30+ additional recordings
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Bobby Benson and the B-Bar-B Riders

Bobby Benson and the B Bar B Riders were a Western version of Jack Armstrong, The All American Boy. What better place to grow up and learn to be a better man than a working cattle ranch?
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Buck Jones - Hoofbeats

Famous Silent and Early Talkie Cowboy Movie Star Buck Jones in a gritty and gripping tale of the Old West.
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Checkerboard Fun Fest (Eddy Arnold)

Check into country fun with the Checkerboard Fun Fest, a country western musical variety show hosted by Eddy Arnold.
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Chuck Wagon Jamboree

"Let's be Happy, gather 'round, 'cause it's time for you and me to sing a song as we jog along to the Chuck Wagon Jamboree!" Festive and happy country music old time radio show hosted by Ken Curtis, best known as TV's Gunsmoke Festus Haggen.
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Cisco Kid

Join the 'Mexican Robin Hood" Cisco Kid and his sidekick Pancho (Mel Blanc) on their adventures in the wild frontier. Update: 100+ new episodes
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Country Hoedown (Navy)

Terrific Country and Western Music from the Golden Age. While you're listening, consider a career in the Modern US Navy. Update: additional recordings
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Country Music Time (Airforce)

Breaking the Sound Barrier, Working at the boundaries of Space, Tending America's Nuclear Arsenal, and enjoying driving fiddles and pedal steel Guitars?It all works together with great Nashville music brought to us by your Local Air Force Recruiter. Update: additional episodes
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Country Style USA

Announced by Cecil Daniels, the show features some of the best country and folk music of the era and was a United States Army syndication created for army recruitment. Update: additional episodes
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Cowboy Church of the Air

Stuart Hamblen was the son of a Methodist Preacher and began his career as a gospel singer.In 1926, he began his career as a radio performer and was a member of the orginal Beverly Hillbillies.After seeing Billy Graham in 1949, Stuart Hamblen devoted his life to Christ and changed the tone of his career.He began his radio show "The Cowboy Church in the Air" and it was syndicated across the country.
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Cowboy Slim Rinehart

One of the early "Singing Cowboys" and "Border Blaster" Broadcaster and great Country Music Artist.
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Cowboys, Rodeos, and Western Roundups

this original OTRCAT collection features the best of the west: radio adaptations of great western films, comedy parodies, Captain Midnight herding cattle with an airplane, The Saint guarding a real Cowboy and more!
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Crazy Hillbilly Show

sponsored by the Crazy Hotel, a health spa in the 1930s known for curing women of the "crazies."
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Dale Evans

married to Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys, she was the Queen of the West. An unstoppable duo force in the singing cowboy genre, together they made 28 movies and recorded over 300 songs. This collection includes some of Dale Evans early classic radio works on the Bergen and McCarthy show and well as a sampling of her performances on the Roy Rogers old time radio show.
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Death Valley Days

Join us with Real Stories of Life in the West
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Delmore Brothers

An early Country Music duo who strummed their tenor guitars and harmonized with the best of them.
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Dinner Bell Roundup Time

billed as a "live country music show," this old time radio series highlighting easy cowboy listening with songs.
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Doctor Six Gun

(update) now with 28 episodes: the good gun totting doctor roamed the west with "his medicine bag strapped on one hip and his six shooter on the other."
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Election Collection

old time radio shows take on elections, voting and ballots taken from all genres including comedy, drama, western, news programs, and more.
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First Responders

Firefighters, police officers, and heroes of all kinds are represented in this exciting old time radio collection.
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Fort Laramie

Starring Raymond Burr: Fort Laramie told stories about the good times and bad times on the frontier of a young United States. The show featured stories about Captain of Cavalry, Lee Quince and the men who stood between a harsh land and the settlers heading out to settle the wild west.
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Foy Willing And Riders Of The Purple Sage

The Riders of the Purple Sage, like the Sons of the Pioneers, popularized Western Music and Cowboy Harmony in Movies and on Radio.
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Frontier Fighters

Follow the opening of the North American Continent as Frontier Fighters follow the exploits of the brave explorers who pioneered their way into the interior. Hear history unfolding before your ears.
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Frontier Gentleman

A Western for grownups starring John Dehner: Frontier Gentleman follows the adventures of an upper-crust Brit on the rough and tumble Western Frontier.
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Frontier Town

Frontier Town is the story of the individual sagas of different towns in the wild west starring Jeff Chandler. Update: two additional episodes and better quality recordings
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Gary Cooper

Best known for his stoic performances in Western films, real life farm boy turned Academy Award winner Gary Cooper made many appearances on old time radio including many Lux Radio Appearances and a rare radio appearance with his mother, Alice Cooper.
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Gene Autry

One of the original and most successful of the movie’s singing cowboys, Gene Autry successfully made the radio waves as much of a home as the welcoming bunkhouse on the Melody Ranch.
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Green Valley Line

Stories about men of industry have their own appeal, and what could be more industrious than running a railroad? The Green Valley Line may not stretch from coast to coast, but the communities it serves depend upon it.
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Gunsmoke

(update) with 18 new episodes and many sound upgrades, this series is considered by many to be the greatest classic radio show of all time. William Conrad is Matt Dillon in this classic western old time radio show.
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Hashknife Hartley and Sleepy Stevens

Hashknife Hartley and his pardner Sleepy Stevens are hard working cowboys who are called on to do detective work in the Old West. The stories have the feel of Pulp Westerns and are narrated by the author, W.C. Tuttle.
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Have Gun Will Travel

Stories revolved around gun-for-hire with principles, Paladin. Played on the radio by John Dehner, Paladin preferred to try to work out problems without violence if possible, he worked for people who he felt were wronged and could pay. Update: sound upgrades
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Hawk Larabee

Texas cattleman Hawke Larabee seemed determined to prove that there was more to being a cowboy than days in the saddle chasing bad hombres and strumming a guitar. There were also lots of tales to tell where the characters wore hats that were often gray rather than just black or white.
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Hillbillies in Old Time Radio

includes a root-tooting good time on such shows as Kraft Music Hall, The Jack Benny Program, Martin and Lewis Show, and even an episode of Johnny Dollar in the backhills of Missouri.Let's get roundtuit and have a swell time at it!
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Hollywood Barn Dance

Before The Beverly Hillbillies left their stamp on TV, there was plenty of California hillbilly music on Hollywood Barn Dance. Hosted by Cottonseed Clark.
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Hollywood Rodeo

By Hollywood standards, a cowboy had to be as good with his guitar as he was with his rope and saddle. Tex Ritter fit the bill on Hollywood Rodeo.
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Horizons West

This well-written and performed program documents the exploration of America by Lewis and Clark!
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Horses In Old Time Radio

Hold your horses! Plenty of one horse towns, wild horses, charley horses, play the ponies, and more straight from the horse's mouth at the microphone.
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Indian Trails

Created by radio producer Robert E. Callahan to showcase a positive vision on Native Americans.
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Jeff Chandler

The original grey-haired hunky heartthrob, Jeff Chandler performed on a wide variety of radio roles from detective Michael Shayne to bashful Professor Boynton on Our Miss Brooks.
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Jimmy Stewart

One of the best loved and most respected stars Hollywood ever produced, James Stewart made plenty of radio appearances, usually in support of his films, but also in public service appearances and his own show, The Six Shooter.
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John Dehner

The famous voice behind the bad guy on Gunsmoke and the good guy, Paladin, on Have Gun, Will Travel, and various guys on Suspense, John Dehner appeared in some of the greatest radio shows of yesteryear. Update: Have Gun Will Travel added
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John Wayne

This collection includes radio appearances by "The Duke" in such shows as Lux Radio Theater, Screen Director's Playhouse, and more.
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Johnnie Lee Wills and his Boys

join Johnnie Lee and his square-shootin musicians for their musical program full of your favorite western tunes, old time hoedown numbers, and sentimental ballads.
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Lightcrust Doughboys

Who would have thought that the roots of Country Music would lead to a flour mill? The Light Crust Doughboys were there at the beginning of Country Swing and set many a housewives toes to tapping!
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Lightning Jim

This collection includes the few surviving episodes of Lightning Jim attempting to portray the history of how the "west was won" through the eyes of Lightning Jim. It includes adventures with famous individuals from the history of the west including Wild Bill Hickok.
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Lone Indian

Robert E. Callahan produced a number of syndicated radio programs during the Thirties which celebrated the Indian way of life, their contributions to the American West, and the beauty of Indian Culture.
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Lone Ranger

The Lone Ranger is one of the iconic characters in American folklore, and he got his start on Mutual, airing from 1933 through 1954.
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Luke Slaughter

When hard-boiled detectives were the kings of the airwaves, Luke Slaughter was a hard-boiled cowboy.
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Melody Ranch

Starring that great singing cowboy, Gene Autry!
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Melody Roundup

Country Western and Cowboy Songs Galore!
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Mothers Best Flour (Hank Williams)

Hank Williams Sr is remembered as a tortured singer , but he was also the happy go lucky troubadour who sang good morning to Nashville over coffee every day during 1949-51.
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National Barn Dance

Broadcasting from Chicago, the WLS National Barn Dance was just as popular as Nashville’s Grand Ol’ Opry, bringing hillbilly music to country and city folk alike. Update: additional episode
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Old Corral

Get comfortable up on the top rail and enjoy some fun cowboy music and tales in this country western music old time radio show!
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Pacific Powerland

Entertaining Educational Historic Tales
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Pat ODaniel and his Hillbilly Boys

Home-baked goodness, politics and hillbilly music all come together on Texas radio in Pat O'Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys.
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Paul Frees

"the man with 1,000 voices" appeared in a multitude of old time radio series and later memorable TV appearances. Update: additional recordings
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Pinto Pete and his Ranch Hands

(update) now with over 100 recordings: this series is meant for listening to while roaming on the prairie or kicking back. The music is intermixed with Cowboy philosophy and soft thoughts from Pinto Pete including a message about faith in God and yourself.
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Pinto Pete in Arizona

a spin off cowboy story and song show from the popular old time radio show Pinto Pete and the Ranch Boys.
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Plantation House Party

With down home "corn pone" humor and Whitey Ford, The Duke of Paducah, hosting, enjoy the music and comedy of the Plantation Party.
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Railroad Recordings

Choo-choo-choose this Collection of Truly Train Inspired Entertainment--An OTRCAT exclusive!
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Random Rarities 01

Very enjoyable collection of rare shows!
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Random Rarities 02

Even Randomer and Rarer than the original with shows never before released!
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Random Rarities 03

The Randomest and Rarest collection of them all-an OTRCAT.com original!
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Raymond Burr

best known from television's Perry Mason, Raymond Burr starred in Dragnet, Fort Laramie, and Pat Novak for Hire. Update: additional recording
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Red Foley Show

known as Mr. Country Music;Foley performed all types of country-western music with gusto including gospel, rockabilly, boogie-woogie, rhythm and blues, also both classic and contemporary country music.
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Red Horse Ranch

serial western drama and music collection with singing cowboy rangers.
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Red Ryder

Best remembered today for his 1,000 shot Daisy Carbine Air Rifle, Red Ryder started out as "America’s famous fighting cowboy" in the comics and later on radio.
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Renfro Valley Gathering

features down-home traditional country music, gospel, bluegrass, rural string music, and a good dose of laughs.
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Ronald Reagan

(update) now with over 100 recordings: this collection contains his old time radio appearances and recordings from his political career.
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Roy Acuff Show

These broadcasts sponsored by Royal Crown Cola feature country, bluegrass, and gospel music joyously played side by side. Whether you're a fan of Country and Bluegrass Music or not, these shows are just plain fun!
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Roy Rogers

The original "King of the Cowboys" is updated with new recordings of The Roy Rogers old time radio show and many guest appearances. Join Roy, "Queen of the West" Dale Evans, Trigger, Bullet, and the gang in this fun western adventure-variety show. Updated
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Sage Brush Round-Up

toe-tapping old time western music radio show.The upbeat western tunes are intermixed with commercials and light-hearted banter.
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Six Shooter

Jimmy Stewart plays the honorable drifter Britt Ponsett in the well-made Western The Six Shooter.
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Sky King

Sky King was a hybrid of a cowboy and an aviation adventure show aimed at the kids. The show was one of the last of the aviation-based juvenile shows on radio, since after WWII the miracle of flight became common.
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Smokey the Bear and the Sons of the Pioneers

produced by the Ad Council in 1959, feature the "voice" of Smokey inviting us to "a Little Visit with a Big Star" with musical accompaniment by the Sons of the Pioneers with Len Slye (Roy Rogers).
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Straight Arrow

Hurry home from school and get your homework done, it is almost time for Straight Arrow, a Comanche boy raised by ranchers who becomes a great warrior to do good and right wrongs.
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Sunny Valley

is a western music show broadcast from down-home Los Angeles featuring hillbilly and gospel music.
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Tales from the Diamond K

buckaroos won't want to miss this early 1950s radio series full of 'rip-roaring yarns' and 'real life stories' told by movie cowboy Ken Maynard, and his horse, Tarzan.
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Ten-Two-Four Ranch (10-2-4 Ranch)

Music Variety at Dr. Pepper Time: Did you ever wonder why the numbers 10, 2 and 4 were on the label of a Dr Pepper soda pop? Those are the times the Dr prescribes a drink of this marvelous elixir. Any time is a good time to enjoy the great Western music played on The Ten Four Two Ranch Show. Update: 50+ additional recordings
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Tennessee Jed

Tennessee Jed wandered the Western Plains with his trusty squirrel gun and horse, Smoky, setting things right and standing up for American virtue. He even became an agent working directly for the President on the Frontier.
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Texas Rangers (Tales of the Texas Rangers)

With the gritty police realism of Dragnet and the grown-up Western fusion of pragmatism and romance heard on Gunsmoke, The Tales of the Texas Rangers had everything it needed to be a hit.
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Tom Mix

Tom Mix was one of the great American popular cowboys, and he was one who was a real cowboy, too! Upgrade: 16 new episodes
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Town and Country Time (Army Corp)

Enjoy popular country and folk music in this old time radio show from the 1950s starring Jimmy Dean and the Texas Wildcats, sponsored by the US Army Corp.
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Wake-Up Ranch (Wakeup Ranch)

Host Cliffie Stone helped Los Angeles wake up with their morning coffee and a healthy helping of Country Music.
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Western Adventures with Historical Figures

Old Time Radio's favorite western heroes meet real western historical figures like Buffalo Bill, Calamity Jane, Annie Oakley, Billy the Kid, even a young Teddy Roosevelt.
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Western Christmas

Santa's ridin' in dem doggies with a sack full of old time radio goodies set in the wild west. Ho Ho Yeeha! Update: additional episodes
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Western Law and DISorder

chock full of episodes of the best old radio series on the Wallopin' West: Cisco Kid, Bobby Benson, Fort Laramie, Gunsmoke, and more!
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Western Musical Sampler

Included in the Western Music Collection is a sampling of the very best western and country old time radio music shows -- from hillbilly twangs to Texas swing.
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Western Party (Cowboy Hit Parade)

also called Cowboy Hit Parade aired every Friday Nights from 8:30 PM-Midnight featuring top western songs. An early country-western disk jockey show highlighting top notch western music, listen for some fantastic guest performers
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Western Rarities

This collection contains many rare episodes of western-theme old time radio shows, many of which are the only known existing episodes to have survived.
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Western Sampler

Yee-haw! OTRCAT.com's exclusive Western Sampler gathers the best of the western adventure and drama old time radio shows from American Adventure to Wild Bill Hickok.
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Western Spoofs

With an abundance of material to tease out of the western genre, many brilliant comedians created comedy skits with a western theme including Jack Benny, Red Skeleton, Fred Allen and more.
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Wild Bill Hickok

How could Wild Bill Hickok hope to compete with the likes of Roy Rogers or The Cisco Kid as kids’ after-school favorite? By having Jingles, played by Andy Devine by his side, of course! Update: 30+ additional episodes
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