Billy ‘Crash’ Craddock Knock Three Times 2:28
A2 –Roy Clark Yesterday When I Was Young 3:28
A3 –Don Williams (2) The Shelter Of Your Eyes 2:57
A4 –Joe Stampley Soul Song 2:28
A5 –Johnny Cash I Walk The Line 2:42
A6 –Diana Trask Say When 2:06
A7 –Tom T. Hall I Love 2:05
A8 –Johnny Carver Yellow Ribbon 3:00
A9 –Jeannie C. Riley Harper Valley P.T.A. 3:11
A10 –Hank Thompson Smokey The Bar 2:28
B1 –Tommy Overstreet Gwen, Congratulations 2:43
B2 –Donna Fargo The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A. 2:30
B3 –Narvel Felts Drift Away 3:09
B4 –Johnny Rodriguez (4) That’s The Way Love Goes 1:47
B5 –The Statler Brothers Do You Remember These 2:51
B6 –Mickey Gilley I Overlooked An Orchid 2:52
B7 –Dave Dudley Six Days On The Road 2:17
B8 –Jerry Lee Lewis Would You Take Another Chance On Me 2:50
B9 –Faron Young It’s Four In The Morning 2:58
B10 –Sammi Smith Help Me Make It Through The Night 2:35
And, this from KZOK
3 thoughts on “Radio Scrapbook: KAYO’s Ed Joyce & Dan Williams”
That KAYO High Country LP was a joke. The songs listed on the album cover weren’t on the disc. The back cover was generic. Even the labels on the discs were inaccurate and they weren’t all the same. Somebody must have been dumpster diving at Popeil or K-Tel. The discs had no mention of KAYO or high country.
Listeners had questions.
Was it a promotion set up by KAYO? I can’t imagine that a record company could use the call letters without. I think KAYO should have gotten a refund.
It was a KAYO mail order promotion.