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Music downloads page for Whitlow Smoke School

I have made a list of the songs that appear on the our web site. I have to pay for each portion of data that is transmitted over the web site, so please save these files to your home computer for easy listening at your convenience. Right click the file link, then click save target as. Double click again and click save. Please do not link to any song on this web page. Download them to your computer.

Music has always been an important part of my life. The first song I remember hearing on the radio was You ain't nuttin but a hound dog by Elvis. I have had various musical mood swings throughout the years. I seem to prefer outlaw music old country and western with songs by Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, my cousin Merle Haggard, and my twin brother Waylon Jennings. I have gotten lucky on past occasions letting the ladies think that I was Hank Williams Jr- right up until the band asked me to sing a few bars. A reporter friend of mine has interviewed Waylon Jennings many times over the years and she said that I could pass as a twin brother. What do you think? ZZ Top Every Girls Crazy Bout a Sharp Dressed Man


Ok -Which one is Uncle George and Which one is Waylon

Several fiends have informed us that they like the music on our WebPages. If you love the music email me. Several people have also informed us that they hate the music. If you hate the music email me.  So I guess it is a love/hate relationship. A few friends have complained that their boss overheard the music when they are reading our schedule and accused them of  killing time on the Internet during work hours. My tip to all of you who fear complaints or who hate the music. Turn off the speakers or turn down the volume. The problem that bothers me most about the music is that with slow internet connections or company computer filters, may eliminate our pages or slow down the pages enough that you cant read them. If this happens to you please email me.

I started putting music on WebPages as a hobby back in 98. In fact I started writing WebPages in 98 while I was on disability leave from the Louisiana DEQ after a severe fall while building a barbed wire  fence to keep the cows out of one of my air quality monitoring sites in a pasture along side the Mississippi river south of Baton Rouge. It was raining when I was toting several wooden fence posts on my shoulder and slipped on a wooden walkway across a flooded ditch.  I landed on my rear end on the walkway. I suffered a bulging disc around my sciatic nerve and the pain and numbness shot from the vertebrate, across my left hip, and up and down my left leg. The pain was so severe that I could not stand up, walk, sit down, or lay down. I could sleep about an hour at a time with that aid of pain pills. I missed a month of work and the state wanted to force me to take permanent disability. I refused and fought it. Most of you know that I am a work-a-holic.

I refused to have back surgery because of all the bad things that I had heard.  I gave VAX-D a try and to my amazement it worked. After a few weeks of treatment I could stand up, walk, sit down, and lay down without any pain pills. I am not pain free. It still hurts all of the time, especially when I sit down or drive for long periods of time. But the pain is manageable and I can live with it. After a few months I was back at work, driving on long trips, lifting fence posts, installing air conditioners, performing other maintenance tasks, and conducting smoke school. 

Back in 98, after the fall, I managed to crawl to my computer either in the bedroom or outside under the mimosa tree shade. At first I did not even know how to turn on a computer by myself. You might say that I am self taught. I learned how to write web pages and it remains one of my favorite hobbies. In fact, I even wrote a novel.

This music download page has 2 sections. Section 1 is music videos. Section 2 is MP3 or WAV files.

Section 1 Music Videos

Waylon Jennings

Sarah Sarah Swinging on the Shed House Door

Smothers Brothers My Old Man's a Sailor

Asleep tubAt the Wheel Bob Wills Miles and Miles of Texas

Earnest Tubb Waltz Across Texas With Whitlow

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Yellow Rose of Texas

Section 2 MP3 or WAV files

I love to hunt. One of these fine days I am gonna get me a thurdy point buck.

Click here >> Obten Windows Media Player Aqui. to hear the song Thurdy Point Buck






Train whistles and horns

This is a Song my Mother Johnnie Claire White Whitlow used to sing to me over and over again most of my life. Lovers Who Lie

I was raised on Harry Carey calling the St Louis Cardinals games

Harry Cary Singing Take me out to the ball game for the Chicago Cubs

Other sounds of Harry Carey

I listened to Harry on the radio at night, but during the day I watched Dizzy Dean broadcast the New York Yankees. Dizzy samg this song during the dull parts of the game. The Wabash Cannonball.

When I was a kid back in the early 1950's, I had a record player that played 45 RPM records. I remember one song, one of my first songs that I played over and over. I found it on an MP3 and I would love to share it with you. The name of the song was Stranded in the Jungle, but I remember it as Meanwhile Back in the Jungle.

I personally like both kinds of music- country and western. Angie and I heard this singer in CNN April 15, 2009 and like the announcers we were amazed and could not believe our ears. Susan Boyle had participated and won Britain's Got Talent 2009 Show 1. Susan Boyle has probably the strongest most beautiful voice ever heard. It is amazing at age 47 that she had not been discovered. She was a church singer. You simply must click here to listen.

Here lately in July 2010 I have been thinking about starting a business being Rocking George the DJ Man. It was an ideal that I got while we were attending the wedding of the daughter of Wendell Eubanks, one of our Crew 1 Smoke School operators. They hired a local DJ there and I did not care for his personality nor his selection of modern pop music. Seeing as how I am a traditional Willie and Waylon Country Music guy, that is understandable. Since I am a natural born motor mouth and I love music, it seems the logical thing to go is be a DJ. Our son Aaron age 14 just happened to be in the truck when I pulled into the music store to inquire about and IPOD (whatever that is) and speakers to be a DJ. Looks like for a measly  2000 bucks I will be in business. Aaron was astonished. He said the only music I know is country music recorded from a bunch of dead guys. Angela the sweet wife and boss who had already banned me from Walmat said we could not afford it. Then she asked me if I really wanted to give up Friday Night Football lights and watching LSU on the TV so I could attend wedding receptions and play music. Angie has a point. It is true that I am an old timer and I love old timey music. It occurred to me that some of you might like it to. Hence the reason for this part of the web page. Before I post some of my songs for you to download, I will post some links to some of my favorite sources for finding music.

Animal Sounds:

Pig Squeal






Sound Effects

Train Horn

Engineer playing Jingle Bells on a Train Horn

And now another exciting episode of the most fantastic crime fighter the world has ever known, Chickenman. He's everywhere, he's everywhere.

Chickenman Costume radio episode sound wav

Chickenman Brown Shoes radio episode sound wav

Chickenman episodes on Amazon

Piano Lady Country Music Page

Simply Angel's Wave Page

Bing Country Music WAV search

M A S H Theme Song

Twilight Zone Theme Song

Boxcar Willie

Cattle Call

Depression Recession Blues

Bony Maronie

You Are My Sunshine

Ricky Skaggs

Country Boy

Ricky Skaggs Bluegrass wav mp3 sounds

Ricky Skaggs Simple Life

Sonny and Cher I got you babe

Oh, we were in Austin for Willie's 4th of July picnic in 2010. Click here to read my story about it.

Willie Nelson 2010 4th of July Picnic DVD Video recorded in Austin We were there.

This is Maggie Moo Moo our Cat's favorite song

What it was, Was  Football by Andy Griffith Sound wav

What it was, Was  Football by Andy Griffith video

Ahhhhhwooooooooooooo Who's that I see walking in these woods.  Hey there Li,l Red Riding Hood video

Li'l Red Riding Hood lyrics

Kid songs we all remember

This was Heather's favorite songs- I'm a little tea pot    If you're happy and you know it

This was my momma and daddy's favorite songs         Bicycle Built for 2

Other Kids songs

John Lennon


My story about John Lennon's Song Imagine set to photographs- this will make tears form

Watch The Steve Miller Band sing the Joker

George- George- George of the Jungle

Listen to the Justin Wilson sing the Cajun 12 days of Christmas

Mac Davis Oh Lord It;s Hard to be Humble

Ronnie Milsap Daydreams About Night Things

Alabama Christmas in Dixie

Rocking Around the Christmas Tree

Bob Wills Stay all night Stay a little longer

Alabama Louisiana Saturday Night

American National Anthem

The Judds

Jerry Reed East Bound and Down

Kenny Rogers What condition my condition was in

Another Saturday Night and I Ain’t Got Nobody

itsy bitsy tinny weenie yellow polka dot bikini

Neal Young Old man take a look at my life I'm a lot like you


Buddy Holly

I'm Gonna set my foot down

I fought the law and the law won

My Cousin Merle Haggard

San Antonio Rose

Barroom Buddies With Clint Eastwood

Okie From Muskogee

Yesterdays Wine with George Jones

Are the Good times Really Over For Good

Branded Man

I think I will stay here and drink

If we make it through December

Lonesome Fugitive

Momma Tried

The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde

Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down

You never even called me by my name


Hank Williams JR


Dixie on My Mind

Mind Your Own Business

New Orleans

If Heaven ain't a lot like Dixie

A county boy can survive

Kenny Rogers

Coward of the County

Greatest Baseball Player of all

Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Was In

You Picked a Fine Time to Leave Me Lucile- with 400 children and the crap in the field

Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town

The Gambler

Charlie Pride

Is Any Body Going to San Antoine

Mel Tillis

If You Got the Hoss I got the Saddle

John Denver


Thank God I'm a Country Boy

Colorado Rocky Mountain High

Take Me Home Country Roads

Credence Clearwater Revival

Hello Mary Lou

Heard it through the grapevine

Ray Stevens

Mississippi Squirrel

Johnny Cash

I'm going to Jackson

One piece at a time

Sixteen tons

I've Been everywhere

Big River

George Strait

Amarillo By Morning

Rod Stewart

First Cut is the Deepest

Hot Legs

George Jones

Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling

Waylon Jennings

Luckenbach Texas

Roy Orbison

Blue Bayou

Charlie Daniels

Devil went down to Georgia

Cloud Nine Bar and Grill

Working on a Building Holy Ghost Building

Long Haired Country Boy

Ragin Cajun

Waylon Jennings

Lukenbach Texas

Lovin Her Was Easier

My Hero's Have Always Been Cowboys

Rambling man

Dukes of Hazard

Silver Stallion

Aaron Tippin

Where Stars and Stripes and Eagles Fly

I Wonder How Far it is Over You

Blue Angle

Ain't nothing wrong with the radio

Working man's PHD

You've got to Stand for Something

C W McCall


Alan Jackson

Midnight in Montgomery

Randy Travis

I thought he walked on water

Willy Nelson

Momma don't let your sons be cowboys

On the road again

Janis Joplin

Me and Bobby Magee

Oh Lord want you buy me a Mercedes Benes 

Old Friends- Willy Nelson, Ray Price, Roger Miller

England Swings Roger Miller

Arlo Guthrie

Riding on the City of New Orleans

Alice's Restaurant- You can get anything you want

LSU songs

Hold that tiger

Eye of the tiger

Movie and television theme songs

Rawhide TV theme

Rawhide Blues Brothers

Dukes of Hazard

Forest Gump Sound Waves

Forest Gump Box of Chocolates

Stupid is Stupid Does

It happens

I remember when I got my first pair of shoes.

Now we ain't strangers anymore

She is like an angel

We was like peas and carrots

I know all there is to know about the schrimping business

Shrimp is the fruit of the sea. You can boil it'......


John Wayne True Grit- Fill your hands

Andy Griffin of Mayberry

Beverly Hillbillies

Mickey mouse

Other theme songs

Cowboy songs

Earnest Tubbs

Waltz Across Texas

Goodnight Irene

Yellow Rose of Texas


Marty Robins El Passo

Glen Campbell Rhinestone Cowboy


Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Happy Trails to you

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Happy Trails To You

Bill Kirchen The original guitar player on Hot Rod Lincoln

Mac Davis Hard to be humble

Franklin Roosevelt announcing that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor

That silver haired Daddy of Mine

Kaw Ligia County Charlie Pride

Sweet home Alabama

Take me home West Virginia

You ain't just a whistling Dixie

Cajun Justice Wilson How yawl are

Louisiana Man

Oh Lord want you buy me a Mercedes Benz

Amos Moses


I sang Dixie as he died

Mississippi Squirrel

Dueling Banjos

Louis Armstrong

What A Wonderful World

When the Saints Go Marching In

Blue Grass Music Favorites

Pop Rock Jazz


Elvis Presley

Ole Miss Marching band I saw the light


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