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  • High as the Price of Gas

    6:10

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    High as the Price of Gas · randy crouch

    Fishin & Dog Songs

    ℗ 2007 randy crouch random choice music bmi

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Randy Crouch - Hope You Make It To The Mountains

    5:47

    Hope You Make It To The Mountains is track 21 on Roam Home To A Dome: A Benefit Compilation Recorded In Bucky's Dome.

    Randy Crouch - lyrics, music, violin, vocals.
    Vince Herman - mandolin, violin.
    Dean Thiebaud - guitar.
    Mike Havlis - bass.
    Steve Byrd - drums.
    The Bucky's Dome Singers: Erin Kruft, George Kruft, Traci Antonovich, Kathy Livingston, and Stephen Gariepy - vocals.

    In 1967 Buckminster Fuller (once again) mesmerized the world with his design of the United States Pavilion in Montreal, Canada for Expo 67. This 250 foot diameter diaphanous, silvery sphere caught the imagination of all who visited Expo and became the symbolic icon of all subsequent world's fairs and visionary urban construction. Every Expo after 1967 had its spherical exhibition structure; every city of the future had its spherical building prominently positioned in its urban fabric.* At the time, THE city of the future wasn't a city at all, in fact, it was a small unassuming college town smack dab in the heart of middle America, Carbondale, Illinois. Gently rolling and leafy green Carbondale is home to Southern Illinois University and sits at the edge of the beautiful Shawnee National Forest. It was from here Mr. Fuller manned the helm of Spaceship Earth for eleven of the most productive years of his earthtime.

    Buckminster Fuller and his wife Anne moved to Carbondale in 1959 when Bucky received an appointment to Southern Illinois University. In April of 1960, Bucky and Anne worked with local contractor, Ira Parrish, to have a small geodesic dome built on the corner of Cherry Street and Forest Avenue. The home is special in that it was one of the first geodesic domes built for human habitation, and the only one Mr. Fuller (the patent holder for the geodesic dome) ever lived in.

    H.F.W. Bill Perk, a friend and colleague of Fuller's, bought the home in 1999. In September of 2002, Mr. Perk donated the Fuller Dome Home to RBF Dome NFP. Since then, RBF Dome has worked to have the dome and property recognized as a Carbondale Historic Landmark. The City of Carbondale has been very supportive of their efforts and has passed an ordinance allowing the formation of a Home Museum to increase awareness of Mr. Fuller's ideas and principles.

    Thanks to:
    Bucky, the Artists/Contributors, Mike Lescelius, the RBF Dome NFP Board, Cornelius Crane, Kathy Livingston, Paul Matalonis, Bill Perk, Mary O'Hara, Tom Redmond, J. Reeves, Cathy Creed, Nathan Krummel, Heather Smith, Byron Livingston, Phil Beck, Silkworm Inc., Bill Lancaster, Larry Millard/Earth CD's, WDBX Community Radio, Carbondale Community Arts, Jack Weiss/Society of Typographic Arts, Country Joe McDonald, Jim Page, Aaron Champion, Mr. Mike's Music, Square Leaf Designs, Harbaugh's Cafe, Cristaudo's Cafe and Bakery, Longbranch Coffeehouse, and Camp Festus.

    Credits:
    This project was GrassRoots produced by many talented people who said YES!
    Recorded in Bucky's Dome at 407 South Forrest Street in Carbondale, Illinois. Courtesy RBF Dome NFP.
    Recorded & Mixed by : Mike Lescelius/ Misunderstudio, Murphysboro, IL.
    Mastered by: Mike Lescelius.
    Art Direction & Concept: Stephen Gariepy.
    Hospitality, Funding, and Spatial Relations: Cornelius Crane.
    Preservation Effort, Hospitality, and Access provided by: RBF Dome NFP Board.
    CD Design/Layout: Nathan Krummel.
    Limited Edition Design/Layout: Heather Smith, Nathan Krummel, & Stephen Gariepy.
    Photos: Cornelius Crane, Mike Lescelius, Stephen Gariepy, Don Moore, Rip Stokes/SIU Photocommunications, Keith Cotton, Society of Typographic Arts, Mary O'Hara.
    Supported in part by granted funding from Carbondale Community Arts.

    For more detailed information on Bucky's Dome and this recording project including artist photos and information, visit the RBF Dome NFP online at

    *Shoji Sado from R. Buckminster Fuller, Anthology for the New Millennium. Thomas Zung. St. Martin's Press, New York.

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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  • Vince Herman with Randy Crouch - Everything Is Round

    3:05

    Everything Is Round is track 4 on Roam Home To A Dome: A Benefit Compilation Recorded In Bucky's Dome.

    Jim Page - lyrics, music (Whid-Isle Music BMI).
    Vince Herman - guitar, vocals (HermDog Music BMI).
    Randy Crouch - violin.

    In 1967 Buckminster Fuller (once again) mesmerized the world with his design of the United States Pavilion in Montreal, Canada for Expo 67. This 250 foot diameter diaphanous, silvery sphere caught the imagination of all who visited Expo and became the symbolic icon of all subsequent world's fairs and visionary urban construction. Every Expo after 1967 had its spherical exhibition structure; every city of the future had its spherical building prominently positioned in its urban fabric.* At the time, THE city of the future wasn't a city at all, in fact, it was a small unassuming college town smack dab in the heart of middle America, Carbondale, Illinois. Gently rolling and leafy green Carbondale is home to Southern Illinois University and sits at the edge of the beautiful Shawnee National Forest. It was from here Mr. Fuller manned the helm of Spaceship Earth for eleven of the most productive years of his earthtime.

    Buckminster Fuller and his wife Anne moved to Carbondale in 1959 when Bucky received an appointment to Southern Illinois University. In April of 1960, Bucky and Anne worked with local contractor, Ira Parrish, to have a small geodesic dome built on the corner of Cherry Street and Forest Avenue. The home is special in that it was one of the first geodesic domes built for human habitation, and the only one Mr. Fuller (the patent holder for the geodesic dome) ever lived in.

    H.F.W. Bill Perk, a friend and colleague of Fuller's, bought the home in 1999. In September of 2002, Mr. Perk donated the Fuller Dome Home to RBF Dome NFP. Since then, RBF Dome has worked to have the dome and property recognized as a Carbondale Historic Landmark. The City of Carbondale has been very supportive of their efforts and has passed an ordinance allowing the formation of a Home Museum to increase awareness of Mr. Fuller's ideas and principles.

    Thanks to:
    Bucky, the Artists/Contributors, Mike Lescelius, the RBF Dome NFP Board, Cornelius Crane, Kathy Livingston, Paul Matalonis, Bill Perk, Mary O'Hara, Tom Redmond, J. Reeves, Cathy Creed, Nathan Krummel, Heather Smith, Byron Livingston, Phil Beck, Silkworm Inc., Bill Lancaster, Larry Millard/Earth CD's, WDBX Community Radio, Carbondale Community Arts, Jack Weiss/Society of Typographic Arts, Country Joe McDonald, Jim Page, Aaron Champion, Mr. Mike's Music, Square Leaf Designs, Harbaugh's Cafe, Cristaudo's Cafe and Bakery, Longbranch Coffeehouse, and Camp Festus.

    Credits:
    This project was GrassRoots produced by many talented people who said YES!
    Recorded in Bucky's Dome at 407 South Forrest Street in Carbondale, Illinois. Courtesy RBF Dome NFP.
    Recorded & Mixed by : Mike Lescelius/ Misunderstudio, Murphysboro, IL.
    Mastered by: Mike Lescelius.
    Art Direction & Concept: Stephen Gariepy.
    Hospitality, Funding, and Spatial Relations: Cornelius Crane.
    Preservation Effort, Hospitality, and Access provided by: RBF Dome NFP Board.
    CD Design/Layout: Nathan Krummel.
    Limited Edition Design/Layout: Heather Smith, Nathan Krummel, & Stephen Gariepy.
    Photos: Cornelius Crane, Mike Lescelius, Stephen Gariepy, Don Moore, Rip Stokes/SIU Photocommunications, Keith Cotton, Society of Typographic Arts, Mary O'Hara.
    Supported in part by granted funding from Carbondale Community Arts.

    For more detailed information on Bucky's Dome and this recording project including artist photos and information, visit the RBF Dome NFP online at

    *Shoji Sado from R. Buckminster Fuller, Anthology for the New Millennium. Thomas Zung. St. Martin's Press, New York.





    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Randy Crouch - Mexican Holiday - Pioneers of Red Dirt Tour

    3:23

    Directed/Edited by Jeremy Scott. Audio by Chuck Dunlap. Recorded at The Vanguard in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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  • Red Dirt on 66: Its too bad - Randy Crouch and Lata

    5:35

    The home of Randy and Liz Crouch, deep in the woods of Tahlequah in Eastern Oklahoma, is remote and difficult to find. Cut off from the power grid in every sense of the expression, it is also a place of friendly pilgrimage for Red Dirt musicians, from the most famous Texas chart hitters to the most obscure local songwriters. Red Dirt on 66 was an opportunity for Lata to visit with Randy Crouch and play a song written by Randy that Lata performs in every gig, whether in Europe or the US. To play the song with the man who wrote it. With Bob Childers gone, it is difficult to get any closer to the source and the spirit of Red Dirt music than with Randy Crouch... in Randyland.

    Director: Felix Sorger
    Director of Photography: Olivier Koos
    Production: Lata Gouveia

  • livin in a dream by randy crouch

    4:17

    live at the blue door

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  • Somethings Wrong

    4:02

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    Something's Wrong · Randy Crouch

    It's Too Bad

    ℗ 1995 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 1995-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • On the Illinois

    3:47

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    On the Illinois · Randy Crouch

    The Flying Horse Opera

    ℗ 1996 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 1996-01-01

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  • Warpdrive

    6:32

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    Warpdrive · Randy Crouch

    The Flying Horse Opera

    ℗ 1996 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 1996-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Its Too Bad

    3:49

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    It's Too Bad · Randy Crouch

    It's Too Bad

    ℗ 1995 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 1995-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Randy Crouch hears Price Of Gas

    12:25

    Randy Crouch hears BC & The Big Rigs version of his song Price of Gas for the first time.

  • Hope You Make It

    4:37

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    Hope You Make It · Randy Crouch

    Me & You

    ℗ 2012 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 2012-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Randy Crouch - Orange Blossom Spaceship

    5:11

    Recorded at the Blue Dome Diner & Bar at 2nd and Elgin in Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.

  • Ballad of Randy Crouch

    5:21

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    Ballad of Randy Crouch · donnie duree

    Fishin & Dog Songs

    ℗ 2007 randy crouch random choice music bmi

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Monster

    5:42

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    The Monster · Randy Crouch

    The Flying Horse Opera

    ℗ 1996 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 1996-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Hidin out in Cherokee Nation

    5:24

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    Hidin' out in Cherokee Nation · Randy Crouch

    Turn off Tune out Drop In

    ℗ 2017 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 2017-09-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Randy Crouch - Downhome stage Mulberry Mtn. Harvest Festival Aug.15, 2009 HD tripod

    7:16

    Randy Crouch performs on the Downhome stage at the Mulberry Mountain Harvest Music Festival atop Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, AR.

    Randy Crouch - guitars, fiddle and vocals
    Annie Paine - bass and vocals
    Bonnie Paine - washboard and vocals
    David Teegarden - drums

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    randycrouch.net

  • Randy Crouch - Downhome stage Mulberry Mtn. Harvest Festival Aug.15, 2009

    5:38

    Randy Crouch performs on the Downhome stage at the Mulberry Mountain Harvest Music Festival atop Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, AR.

    Randy Crouch - guitars, fiddle and vocals
    Annie Paine - bass and vocals
    Bonnie Paine - washboard and vocals
    David Teegarden - drums
    Bridget Law - fiddle


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    randycrouch.net
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    myteakind.com

  • Randy Crouch, Tom Skinner & Chuck Dunlap- Maybe Im Just Livin In A Dream

    5:55

    Pioneers of Red Dirt Tour - January 28-31, 2015
    Randy Crouch - Tom Skinner - Chuck Dunlap
    Directed/Edited by Jeremy Scott
    Audio by Chuck Dunlap
    Camera by Jeremy Scott & Justin Kay
    Recorded at The Vanguard in Tulsa, Oklahoma

  • Randy Crouch at Miss Tees Bar, Tulsa 12/26/14 set one

    53:19

    Randy Crouch guitar fiddle vocals
    Anna Paine bass
    David Teegarden, Jr. drums
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  • Randy Crouch - Castles Made of Sand / Timebomb

    10:18

    Randy Crouch & Flying Horse + special guest Dustin Pittsley

  • The Epic

    4:31

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    The Epic (Swinging Science Fiction Country Western Band) · Randy Crouch

    The Flying Horse Opera

    ℗ 1996 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 1996-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Randy Crouch at Miss Tees Bar, Tulsa 12/26/14 set two

    1:9:37

    Randy Crouch guitar fiddle vocals
    Anna Paine bass
    David Teegarden, Jr. drums
    Fair Use is Permitted
    Fair use of copyrighted material includes the use of protected materials for non-commercial educational purposes, such as teaching, scholarship, research, criticism, commentary, and news reporting

  • Randy Crouch: The 2019 Restless Spirit Award Recipient

    3:57

    #RandyCrouchMovie #RestlessSpiritAward #RedDirtReliefFund
    The 2019 Restless Spirit Award goes to beloved Oklahoma musician, Randy Crouch! This video helped present the award to Crouch at the Gypsy Cafe music festival in Stillwater May 1st.
    Interviews highlighted in this video were conducted as part of a feature-length documentary currently in-production titled, Randy Crouch: Survival of the Fiddlist.

    The Restless Spirit Award is given by the Red Dirt Relief Fund in recognition of a musician who has impacted the Oklahoma music community in a spirit akin to Bob Childers, a prolific songwriter and the so-called godfather of red dirt music. Previous honorees include Jimmy LaFave (2017) and Brandon Jenkins (2018).

  • Randy Crouch - Why Am I Doing This Again?

    6:36

    Randy Crouch guitar vocals
    Sarah Barker Huhn vocals
    Dan Hoffstatter bass vocals
    Mark Lyon guitar
    Scott Evans guitar vocals
    Rick Gomez drums
    Kurt Frenchie Neilson mandolin
    John Williams harmonica vocals
    at Tulsa Earth Day festivities 4/22/17

  • Hope You Make It To The Mountains - Randy Crouch

    5:47

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    Hope You Make It To The Mountains - Randy Crouch · Roam Home to a Dome

    Roam Home To A Dome

    ℗ 2006 Various

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Randy Crouch - The Epic

    4:56

    David Teegarden Jr drums
    Dan Hoffstatter bass
    feat. Dustin Pittsley guitar
    at Tulsa Hunt Club 4/1/12

  • Randy Crouch - Orange Possum Spaceship / Lone Ranger

    11:22

    Third Stone From the Sun + Orange Blossom Special + 8 Miles High
    also includes jam into Theme from Peter Gunn and riffs, teases and quotes
    it concludes with the Lone Ranger theme.
    Fair Use is Permitted
    Fair use of copyrighted material includes the use of protected materials for non-commercial educational purposes, such as teaching, scholarship, research, criticism, commentary, and news reporting

  • Randy Crouch - Jesus Was a Refugee

    3:58

    this song is off Randy's What's Goin' On? album.
    If you ask yourself What Would Jesus Do? about the refugees, I think you know the answer....

  • Randy Crouch & Billy Joe Shaver backstage at Medicine Stone

    7:24

    Medicine Stone Festival!!!!

  • Randy Crouch - Its a Wonderful Life

    4:09

    4/1/12 at The Hunt Club Tulsa
    Dan Hoffstatter bass
    David Teegarden Jr drums

  • Randy Crouch checking out Grass Crack 20111217

    19:19

  • Randy Crouch - Along the Watchtower

    9:55

    Randy covering Dylan's Along the Watchtower in Springfield, MO 10-4-08

  • Randy Crouch Walking Each Other Home Tom Skinner Memorial Celebration 8-16-15

    3:42

  • Randy Crouch - Downhome stage Mulberry Mtn. Harvest Festival Aug.15, 2009

    7:45

    Randy Crouch performs on the Downhome stage at the Mulberry Mountain Harvest Music Festival atop Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, AR.

    Randy Crouch - guitars, fiddle and vocals
    Annie Paine - bass and vocals
    Bonnie Paine - washboard and vocals
    David Teegarden - drums

    Support live music. Buy artist's studio CDs and swag.

    randycrouch.net

  • Randy Crouch - Orange Possum Spaceshit / The Monster / Big Shot Rich Man - Live in KC.flv

    16:22

    When his fiddle has technical issues, Randy knows just what to do!!! Randy Crouch live at Knucklehead's in KCMO 1/16/08. David Teegarden Jr on drums, and with Bret Boule` guesting on bass for the evening.

  • Light of Love

    6:30

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Light of Love · Randy Crouch

    Me & You

    ℗ 2012 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 2012-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Hemp Powered Human

    6:51

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    Hemp Powered Human · Randy Crouch

    No Good Reason

    ℗ 2014 Randy Crouch

    Released on: 2014-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Randy Crouch & Flying Horse feat. Dustin Pittsley 4/1/12 Hunt Club Tulsa

    24:43

    Okies Goin' to California
    Hitchhike to Boulder
    I Hope You Make It
    Living In a Dream / Little Wing
    with David Teegarden Jr -drums
    and Dan Hoffstatter -bass
    Fair Use is Permitted
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  • Randy Crouch - Sunday is My Wedding Day

    5:55

    Randy Crouch fiddle
    Paul Benajaman guitar
    Scott Evans guitar
    Roger Ray steel guitar
    Anna Paine bass
    David Teegarden Jr drums
    at Soul City Tulsa

  • Randy Crouch at Woodyfest 2004 Campground

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  • Tom Skinner Skyline Songwriter Fest - Bryon White, Dustin Pittsley, Randy Crouch

    49:02

    Vanguard stage
    10/13/16
    Mike McClure intro

  • Randy Crouch at Wed. Night Science Project Cherokee Outlaw & Nothings True But the Blues

    12:54

    Randy Crouch guitar vocals
    Craig Skinner bass
    Rick Gomez drums
    Paul Benjaman guitar
    Scott Evans guitar
    4/5/17 at the Colony Tulsa

  • Randy Crouch & Friends - Stone River Music Festival 2011 - Chandler, OK

    2:28

    Randy Crouch & Friends - Stone River Music Festival 2011 - Chandler, OK

  • Randy Crouch at Medicine Stone fest 2012 pt I

    1:6:14

    Randy Crouch guitar vocals fiddle
    Dan Hoffstatter bass
    David Teegarden Jr drums

  • Randy Crouch at Medicine Stone fest 2012 pt II

    1:1:08

    Randy Crouch guitar vocals fiddle
    Dan Hoffstatter bass
    David Teegarden Jr drums
    Anna Payne bass
    Thomas Trapp guitar

  • Randy Crouch tearin it up live with Jason Boland and the Stragglers - Outlaw Band

    3:11

    This is the Outlaw Band. God bless you, and goodnight.

  • Randy Crouch at Tulsa Hunt Club March 2, 2013 Set One complete

    1:47:52

    Randy Crouch guitar, fiddle, vocals
    Dan Hoffstatter bass vocals
    Matt Edwards drums
    John Cooper mandolin, vocals
    Travis Fite guitar vocals
    Fair Use is Permitted
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  • Jim Blair & Randy Crouch - Devil Woman / Okie from Muskogee

    6:53

    Jim Blair guitar vocals
    Randy Crouch fiddle
    Grant Tracy bass
    Texas Brad ? harmonica
    at Lou's Rocky Road Tavern in Okemah during Woody Guthrie festival

  • Randy Crouch - Back in the Hills

    8:08

    Randy Crouch guitar vocals
    Paul Benjaman guitar
    Scott Evans guitar
    Roger Ray steel guitar
    Anna Paine bass
    David Teegarden Jr drums
    at Soul City Tulsa 6/25/16

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