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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Jan 12th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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The Back Country (Music)

Sat Jan 12th 2013 3.00pm–5.00pm

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

Time zone: central


The Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie (intro)”
from Almost To Tulsa (Bear Family 2008)


Johnny Paycheck “He's in a Hurry (To Get Home to My Wife)”
from The Real Mr. Heartache The Little Darlin' Years (Country Music Foundation 1996) —22 years ago today Johnny Paycheck was released from an Ohio prison after serving two years for shooting a man in a tavern.


Bobby Bare, Radney Foster, Buck Owens & Jeff Tweedy “Take This Job And Shove It”
from Touch My Heart: A Tribute to Johnny Paycheck (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2004) —This week in 1978 saw this song top the charts to become Johnny's one and only #1 recording.


Joe South “Games People Play”
from Games People Play (LP) (CAPITOL 1969) R


Merle Haggard “I'm a Lonesome Fugitive”
from Down Every Road, Volume 1 (Capitol Records 1996) —Recorded for Capitol in 1966 and co-written by Liz Anderson and her husband, Casey. Many think Hag wrote this one.


Steve Earle “Ben McCulloch”
from Train a Comin' (Warner Bros. 1995)


Johnny Cash “Folsom Prison Blues”
from At Folsom Prison (Legacy Edition) (Sire Records 2008) —45 years ago tomorrow The Johnny Cash Show recorded two shows at Folsom Prison. The pick of the lot was released in 1968 and this 2008 edition features the rest of the songs originally recorded but excluded.


Patsy Cline “Honky Tonk Merry Go Around”
from The Patsy Cline Collection, Volume 1 (MCA 1991) R  —Originally recorded in 1955.


Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys “Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor”
from Back At the Quonset Hut (Ramseur Records 2012) —The one and only Pig Robbins on piano.


Jimmie Dale Gilmore “Honky Tonk Song”
from Don't Look for a Heartache (Hightone 2004)


The Flying Burrito Brothers “Close Up the Honky Tonks”
from Sleepless Nights (A & M 1976)


The Hackberry Ramblers “Beaumont Rag”
from Cajun Boogie (Flying Fish 1993) —An old Bob Wills number, Michael Doucet playing twin fiddles with Luderin Darbone.


Cow Bop “Wahoo”
from Cowlifornia Swing (self 2012) N


Roy Lanham “A Smooth One”
from Swing West!, Volume 2: Guitar Slingers (Razor and Tie 1999) —Recorded for Capitol in 1959, one written by Benny Goodman.


The Red-Headed Strangers “Senorita”
from none-live at KDHX 6.26.09 (none 2009) L —The Red-Headed Strangers are at The Focal Point tonight. The Trio Project opens at 8PM.


Marty Robbins “El Paso”
from Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1999) —Recorded in 1959 and featuring the exquisite nylon-string guitar work of Grady Martin.


The Lulus “I Wish I Was a Single Girl Again”
from Folk School of St. Louis: Ten Years at Home (self 2011) R L


The Steel Wheels “Nola's First Dance”
from Lay Down, Lay Low (self-released 2012) —The Steel Wheels return to St. Louis at Off Broadway on Wednesday, January 23rd, 8PM show.


Tony Trischka “Farewell Blues”
from Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular (Rounder www.rounder.com 2007) —The late Earl Scruggs on this one, along with Barry Bales, Mike Compton, Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan and David Grier.


The Soggy Bottom Boys “I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow”
from O Brother Where Art Thou? (Lost Highway 2000) —Perhaps T-Bone Burnett's most enduring contribution to American music.


Bud Isaacs “Bud's Bounce”
from The Swingin' Steel Guitar of Bud Isaacs (Bronco Buster 1997) R  —Had a request last week for Mike Auldridge's version of Bud's composition but couldn't find it. Going out to the listener and his dog, Buddy.


Red Foley “Hillbilly Fever #1”
from Hot Country Boogies (Rockateer 1999) —Originally recorded in 1955 for RadiOzark Transcription Service.


Levon Helm “White Dove”
from Electric Dirt (Vanguard 2009) R  —A classic from the pen of Carter Stanley.


Ray Price “Weary Blues (From Waiting)”
from Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys, Volume 1 (Bear Family 1995) —Recorded for Columbia in 1951, one written by Hank Williams for his roommate, Ray Price.


Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys “Heartaches By The Number”
from The Essential Ray Price, Volume 1 (Sony 2007) —Written by Harlan Howard, this Columbia classic was recorded in 1959--in the Ray Price shuffle style, of course.


Ray Price “For the Good Times”
from The Essential Ray Price, Volume 2 (Acoustic Disc www.acousticdisc.com 1997) —From Ray's countrypolitan years, a great recording of the Kristofferson classic in 1970.

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