Theme Time Radio Hour Season Three

The third season of the Theme Time Radio Hour premiered on Wednesday, October 8, 2008, the same week that saw the release of a new edition of the Bootleg Series, Tell Tale Signs. Somewhat eerily, given that it aired during the week of a worldwide financial crisis caused by the collapse of the credit markets, the first show's theme was "Money: Part 1."

Season Three concluded on Wednesday, April 15, 2009 with the airing of the show's 100th original episode. The theme of that show was "Goodbye."

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Theme Time Radio Hour Season Three - Episodes - Episode 28: Goodbye
... Show Track Listing Goodbye Baby - Elmore James Goodbye Sweet Liza Jane - Charlie Poole Go Now - Bessie Banks The Leaving Of Liverpool - The Clancy Brothers Adios Senorita - The Ovations (If It Don't Work Out) Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye - Slim Smith Vaya Con Dios - Les Paul and Mary Ford If This Is Goodbye - Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris Goodbye Baby - Little Caesar So Long, Good Luck and Goodbye - Weldon Rogers and The Teen Kings Let's Say Goodnight - Los Lobos Troubles Goodbye - Jimmy Liggins Go and Say Goodbye - Buffalo Springfield Splogham - Slim Gaillard See You Later Alligator - Bobby Charles Much Later For You Baby - Jackie Brenston So Long, I'm Gone - Warren Smith Bye Bye, Fare Thee Well - Peppermint Harris Jamaica Farewell - Jamaican Duke I'm Checkin' Out Go'om Bye - Ivie Anderson and Duke Ellington Goodnight Irene - Leadbelly So Long - Lee Dorsey Dusty Old Dust (So Long, It's Been Good To Know You) - Woody Guthrie. ...

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