You're No Good!


It's hard to get much

more emphatic than

is the case with

"You're No Good,"

a song recorded in 1963 by Betty Everett and famously covered 12 years later by Linda Ronstadt (above),

who took the song to #1 on the charts.

One listen and you have no doubt about the

singer's feelings about her ex.

Just part of the great variety we have for you

on this week's edition of

The Big Fat Wide Americana Hour.

Like the blues? How about Muddy Waters and Little Walter? Doesn't get much bluesier than that.

Great country? How about The Cox Family and Larry Cordle?

Got a taste for some classic soul? How about Gladys Knight & the Pips, Etta James and The Pointer Sisters?

Also featured on this week's show:

The Chase Walker Band * Glenn Miller

Jerry Douglas * The Jayhawks

Eric Clapton * Marlena Shaw

Kieran Kane & Kevin Welch

Roy Clark & Gatemouth Brown

All genres, all eras -- all good!

The best musical variety on the web!

Hear it here.

And crank it!

-- M.D.

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