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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Sep 24th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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The Back Country (Music)

Sat Sep 24th 2011 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)


Merrill Moore “Fly Right Boogie”
from Boogie My Blues Away (Bear Family 1990) —From the Capitol label in 1953.


Merrill Moore “Barrel House Bessie”
from Boogie My Blues Away (Bear Family 1990) —Two years later on Capitol, Speedy West, Jimmy Bryant and Roy Lanham featured on this cut.


Jerry Lee Lewis “Flip Flop & Fly”
from The Locust Years to the Promised Land (Bear Family 1994) —Recorded in 1965 on the Smash label.


Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Page “Rock and Roll”
from Last Man Standing (Shangri-La 2006)


Bobby Bare “Marie Laveau (Live)”
from Lullabys, Legends and Lies (BMG 2007) —From the RCA label in 1974.


Shel Silverstein “A Front Row Seat to Hear Ole Johnny Sing”
from The Best of Shel Silverstein - His Words His Songs His Friends (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 2005) —Recorded 40 years ago in 1971 for Columbia.


Tommy Collins “High On a Hilltop”
from Leonard (Bear Family 1992) —A 1954 recording on the Capitol label.


Merle Haggard & The Strangers “Leonard”
from Down Every Road, Volume 4 (CAPITOL 1996) —Originally recorded in 1980 on Capitol.


Great Speckled Bird “This Dream”
from Great Speckled Bird (Collector's Choice Music 2006) —Recorded in 1969 for the Ampex label.


David Bromberg “Summer Wages”
from How Late'll Ya Play Til? (Fantasy unk 1989) —From the Columbia label in 1976, this is my favorite version of this Ian Tyson song, which, along with Four Strong Winds, provided steady checks coming in.


Tom Russell and Ian Tyson “Navajo Rug”
from Raw Vision: The Tom Russell Band, 1984-1994 (Philo 2005) —From 1991.


Josh Graves “Josh's Joke”
from Live at the Ryman (Universal South 2006)


Josh Graves “The Great Speckled Bird”
from Live at the Ryman (Universal South 2006)


Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives “Sure Wanna Keep My Wine”
from Live at the Ryman (Universal South 2006)


Lucinda Williams “Like a Rose”
from Lucinda Williams (Rough Trade 1988) R


Marty Robbins “Mister Teardrop”
from The Essential Marty Robbins (Columbia 2005) —Recorded 55 years ago in 1956 for Columbia.


Marty Robbins “Big Iron”
from Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1999) —From the classic 1959 release on Columbia.


Marty Robbins “Honky Tonk Man”
from The Essential Marty Robbins (Columbia 2005) —Recorded about a month before Marty's death in 1982.


Gene Autry “Dallas County Jail Blues (Remastered)”
from The Essential Gene Autry, Volume 1 (Columbia / Legacy 2005) —Recorded 80 years ago in 1931 for the Romeo label, this cut shows Jimmie Rodgers'--still alive at the time--influence on Gene.


Riders In the Sky “Can't Shake The Sands Of Texas From My Shoes”
from Public Cowboy #1: A Centennial Salute to the Music of Gene Autry (Rounder www.rounder.com 1996)


Laurie Lewis and The Right Hands “Texas Bluebonnets”
from Live (Sugar & Maple 2008) —Bluegrass and country fiddler LAURIE LEWIS was born on September 28, 1950 in Long Beach, CA and will be 61 years old on Wednesday.


Gary Nicholson “Talkin' Texan”
from Texas Songbook (Bismeaux 2011) —One co-written with Jon Randall Stewart, who sings harmony vocal.


Diane Schuur “Am I That Easy to Forget”
from The Gathering (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 2011) N


Doug Sahm “Next Time You See Me”
from He's About a Groover: An Essential Collection (Great American Music Company 2009) —A fine cover of the Junior Parker song, recorded in 1963 on the Smash label. This is a nice collection of Doug's early recordings.


Clarence Ashley and Jack Burchett “Shady Grove”
from The Original Folkways Recordings of Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley, 1960-1962 (Smithsonian Folkways 1994) —From 50 years ago in 1961 on the Folkways label.


Jeff and Vida “Let Him Go”
from Loaded (Binky Records 2004)


Dale Ann Bradley “Somewhere South of Crazy” (Compass www.compassrecords.com 2011) N  —Co-written with Pam Tillis, who sings harmony vocal.

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