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88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu Nov 26th 2015 7.00am–10.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Dee Dee Warwick “We're Doing Fine”
from I Want To Be With You /I'm Gonna Make You Love Me (Mercury 1967) —Written by Horace Ott. This album is really worth seeking out.


Betty Everett “You're No Good”
from The Shoop Shoop Song: It's In His Kiss (Vee-Jay/Collectables 2000) —Dee Dee Warwick was the first to record this Clint Ballard, Jr.-penned song but it wasn't a hit until Betty Everett recorded it in 1963. This later became a #1 hit for Linda Ronstadt.


The James Hunter Six “(Baby) Hold On”
from Hold On! (Daptone Records 2016) N  —From his forthcoming album being released by Daptone on Feb. 5, 2016.


Steelism “Sète, France”
from The Intoxicating Sounds of Pedal Steel & Guitar - EP (Theory 8 Records 2012) —Music bed.


Julia Holter “Sea Calls Me Home”
from Have You In My Wilderness (Domino Recording Co Ltd 2015) N  —Interesting arrangements and really strong melodies delivered by a fine singer. She can do it all. Highly recommended.


Public Service Broadcasting “Korolev”
from Sputnik / Korolev (Test Card Recordings 2015) N  —New single that just came out this week. More guitar-driven electronica with archive footage from the British Film Institute chronicling the American and Soviet space race from 1957-1972. Sergei Korolev is considered by many to be the founder of the Sovie


Billy Preston “Billy's Bag”
from The Most Exciting Organ Ever (Vee-Jay 1965) —Music bed. Billy Preston-penned instrumental recorded circa 1964/65.


Sam Cooke “Little Red Rooster”
from Night Beat MP3/file Album (RCA 1963) —Written by Willie Dixon and originally recorded by Howlin' Wolf. "Play it Billy. Answer him Ray." So great.


Lou Rawls “Win Your Love”
from Bring It On Home (Capitol Records 1970) —Written by Sam Cooke and recorded at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals. Produced by David Axelrod and Rick Hall.


The Ovations Featuring Louis Williams “I'm Living Good”
from The Goldwax Story - Volume 1 (Kent Records 2001) —Terrific Sam Cooke-influenced vocal by Lew Williams on this 1965 Goldwax recording written by Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham.


Sly & The Family Stone “Never Do Your Woman Wrong (Instrumental)”
from Dance To The Music (Expanded) (Epic 2007) —Music bed. 1967 instrumental composition by Sylvester Stewart that never saw the light of day until this album was reissued in an expanded format in 2007.


The Band with Van Morrison “Caravan”
from The Last Waltz (Warner Bros 1978) —Recorded live on Thanksgiving Day in 1976. "Turn it up so you know it's got soul!"


The Martinis “Holiday Cheer”
from Late Late Party (1965-67) (Light In The Attic www.lightintheattic.net 2011) —Let the holiday season begin. Memphis instrumental recorded circa 1965-67.


Sly & The Family Stone “Dance To The Music” (Epic 1968) —This one goes out in memory of Cynthia Robinson who just passed away at age 69. The co-founder of Sly & The Family Stone was the first female trumpet player and the first African-American trumpet player in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.


Booker T. & the MGs “Sing a Simple Song”
from SuperBreaksPresents Stax Breaks (Ace 2003) —Music bed. 1969 Stax instrumental version of the Sly & The Family Stone song penned by Sylvester Stewart.


Eddie Floyd “But It's Alright”
from Knock On Wood Single (Stax Records url 1967) —Cover version of the J.J. Jackson hit written by J.J. Jackson and Pierre Tubbs. Eddie Floyd has better vocal chops than J.J. Jackson.


Jeanne & The Darlings “Soul Girl”
from Stax-Volt: The Complete Singles (1959-1968) (Atlantic 1991) —Written by Isaac Hayes & David Porter and recorded in 1967 by the band out of Little Rock, AR.


Dee Dee Sharp “This Love Won't Run Out”
from Back To The River: More Southern Soul Stories 1961-1978 (Kent 2015) N  —1967 Atco recording written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter. Found on this new 3-CD collection delving into Southern soul.


Otis Redding “I've Got Dreams to Remember (Rougher Dreams)”
from Oxford American Southern Music CD (Oxford American 2015) N  —This is an outtake that has some different lyrics than the posthumous hit which was released. This was the only song he wrote with his wife, Zelma, and it's found on the new CD which accompanies the annual Southern music issue of Oxford American.


Booker T. & the MGs “My Sweet Potato”
from And Now! (Stax Records url 1966) —Music bed. Stax instrumental penned by Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, and Al Jackson, Jr.

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