History Radio / BobKingsleysCountryTop40

16th May '18 12:38:52 AM jormis29
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** In one bizarre zig-zagging, he once used an abridged version of the album version of Montgomery Gentry's "Gone". The radio edit has the backing vocals mixed louder in parts, plus a few more truncations here and there (such as the Hammond organ solo, which is cut in half). The version he played on one show had the softer backing vocals and longer organ solo of the album version, but was hacked up in different spots than the radio edit.

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** In one bizarre zig-zagging, he once used an abridged version of the album version of Montgomery Gentry's Music/MontgomeryGentry's "Gone". The radio edit has the backing vocals mixed louder in parts, plus a few more truncations here and there (such as the Hammond organ solo, which is cut in half). The version he played on one show had the softer backing vocals and longer organ solo of the album version, but was hacked up in different spots than the radio edit.
9th Sep '17 10:52:50 AM Twentington
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** Zig-zagged with "Ring on Every Finger" by [=LoCash=], which contains the StealthPun "Dropping little F-bombs like 'forever'" in the bridge. Instead of playing the radio edit, which changes the line to "love bombs", Bob either plays it uncensored, or cuts out the bridge entirely.
4th Jun '17 10:07:57 AM Twentington
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** Lisa Taylor of 99.5 The Wolf in Fort Worth, TX filled in for the June 3, 2017 show.
16th Mar '17 7:16:58 AM Twentington
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** He also censored "[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot marga-daiquiri-screw-olada on the beach]]" (from Jerrod Niemann's "One More Drinkin' Song") to "…chill-olada" depsite the "screw" referring to a screwdriver drink. Oddly, he's done nothing about "screw the ticket" in Casey James' "Crying on a Suitcase" or "Screw you" in Music/BlakeShelton's "Neon Light".

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** He also censored "[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot marga-daiquiri-screw-olada on the beach]]" (from Jerrod Niemann's "One More Drinkin' Song") to "…chill-olada" depsite the "screw" referring to a screwdriver drink. Oddly, he's done nothing about "screw the ticket" in Casey James' "Crying on a Suitcase" or "Screw you" in Music/BlakeShelton's "Neon Light". (And speaking of Blake, he never censored "She put a big F.U. in my future" from "She's Got a Way with Words".)
16th Mar '17 7:14:00 AM Twentington
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** In one bizarre zig-zagging, he once used an abridged version of the album version of Montgomery Gentry's "Gone". The radio edit has the backing vocals mixed louder in parts, plus a few more truncations here and there (most notably, the Hammond organ solo before the last chorus is truncated). The version he played on one show had the softer backing vocals and longer organ solo of the album version, but was hacked up in different spots than the radio edit.

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** For some strange reason, certain songs seem to ''always'' be played in abridged form, most notably "Gettin' You Home (The Black Dress Song)" which is always missing its second verse, even in retrospectives -- it just ends up with the first verse, then the chorus three times.
** In a particularly egregious example, "Back That Thing Up" by Justin Moore was missing its second verse for almost all of its chart run, even though the song is a measly 2:36 uncut.
** In one bizarre zig-zagging, he once used an abridged version of the album version of Montgomery Gentry's "Gone". The radio edit has the backing vocals mixed louder in parts, plus a few more truncations here and there (most notably, (such as the Hammond organ solo before the last chorus solo, which is truncated).cut in half). The version he played on one show had the softer backing vocals and longer organ solo of the album version, but was hacked up in different spots than the radio edit.
17th Jan '17 6:55:02 AM Briguy52748
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* ChristmasEpisode: The six-hour "Christmas in America," which was carried over from his days at ''ACC''. In 2016, a four-hour version, to air the weekend of December 24-25, replaced the normal weekly countdown show, as virtually all affiliates were playing holiday music anyway.
5th Jan '16 7:14:27 AM Twentington
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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Downplayed example; the 2015 year-end countdown was the first to include "extra" songs (older material from an artist and/or songwriter who had a spot in the countdown).
28th May '15 11:52:36 AM Twentington
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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ACC's original format.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ACC's original format.Kingsley-era ''ACC''.
28th Dec '14 1:05:11 PM Twentington
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** In an inversion hearkening back to his last ACC show (the 2005 year-end countdown), the 2014 year-end countdown actually ''lengthened'' a couple songs by looping the last verse, including "Get Me Some of That" by Music/ThomasRhett.

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** In an inversion hearkening back to his last ACC show (the 2005 year-end countdown), the 2014 year-end countdown actually ''lengthened'' a couple songs by looping the last verse, including "Get Me Some of That" by Music/ThomasRhett.Music/ThomasRhett (the last verse/chorus was looped).
28th Dec '14 10:15:39 AM Twentington
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** In an inversion hearkening back to his last ACC show (the 2005 year-end countdown), the 2014 year-end countdown actually ''lengthened'' a couple songs by looping the last verse, including "Get Me Some of That" by Music/ThomasRhett.
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