The Crustene Program

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


81400. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #72. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere." The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang. 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81399. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #71. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "Deep Water." The date is approximately October, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang. 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81398. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #66. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "Maple On The Hill." The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang, Ozzie Lie (vocal duet with Texas Ruby). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81395. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #135. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "Down On The Old Plantation." The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby. 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81393. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #119. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "The Letter That Broke My Heart." Curly has trouble singing the words to, "The Good Old Methodist Pie" and starts laughing. The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby. 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81394. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #120. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "Give Me A Home On The Lone Prairie." It's John Paul's birthday. The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie. 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81389. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #85. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "You've Waited Too Long." The date is approximately dated Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81390. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #86. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "Mansion On The Hill." The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81388. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #80. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "New Orleans." The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81384. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #76. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "Last Night I Heard You Cryin' In Your Sleep." The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81385. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #79. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "I Wish I Knew." The date is approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81383. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #75. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "Jimmy The Kid." The program is dated approximately October, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (Announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81380. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #138. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "Sally Goodin'." The program is dated approximately October, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81379. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #137. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "Deep Water." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81378. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #136. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene, Wesson Oil. The first tune is, "There Was Never A Pal Like Mother." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar). 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80136. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #63. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "I'll Step Aside." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80137. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #64. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "Footprints In The Snow." Don't miss the unusual arrangement of, "Under The Double Eagle." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (violin), Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80135. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #62. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "Till The End Of The World." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. Texas Ruby, John Paul Goodwin (announcer), The Ranch Gang, Curly Fox (violin). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80130. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #61. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "You Should Have Thought Of That Before." Curly seems to be able to play the harmonica and bay like a dog at the same time. As the transcription ends, Curly can be heard muttering, "Television, here we come!" A delightful show! The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox, Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang. 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80128. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #59. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "Foggy River." The show features some nifty fiddlin' and mule snortin' in, "Johnson's Old Gray Mule." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox, Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang. 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80129. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #60. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "Blues In My Heart." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang, Ozzie Lie (steel guitar), John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80127. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #58. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "There's No Room In My Heart For The Blues." The show features a melodic arrangement of, "Over The Waves." The program is dated appropximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Texas Ruby, The Ranch Gang, Curly Fox. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

80126. The Crustene Program. October 1949. Program #57. The Southern Cotton Oil Company syndication, Victor transcription. Sponsored by: Crustene. The first tune is, "Deep Water." The program is dated approximately Autumn, 1949. John Paul Goodwin (announcer), Curly Fox (an excellent country fiddler, with an infectious giggle), Texas Ruby (she's a singer, not the grapefruit), The Ranch Gang. 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 23 programs.