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Spinitron - KDHX: Bluegrass Breakdown Sun Jan 23rd 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Bluegrass Breakdown (Music)

Sun Jan 23rd 2011 12.00pm–2.00pm

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

Time zone: central


We'll Soon Be Done with Troubles and Trials “IIIrd Tyme Out”
from Singing on Streets of Gold (CMG) —Todays show was dedicated to the memory of Gene Roberts, Dear friend and Mentor. Thank You Gene for all Great memories. Till we meet again. Cards to may be mailed to Gene Roberts Family. 2828 High Ridge Blvd, High Ridge MO. 63049


Bill Monroe “Bluegrass Breakdown”
from Bill Monroe & BG Boys "56-59" CD Album (Smithsonian Folkways) —Theme Song


Bill Monroe “Tall Timber”
from Bluegrass Instrumentals (MCA) —Tall Timber was Gene's theme song at KCLC for years when they use to have bluegrass on 4 nights a week. I had the good fortune to work with Gene for 5 years. What a blast it was.


Jimmy Orchard “Blue Ridge Cabin Home”
from Live at KDHX 8-8-04 (KDHX) —Gene & Larry filled in for us and had Jim & the Boys play live on BGBD. Just one of many groups he had on the radio.


Blue Generation “Far Side Bank of Jordan”
from Following Only the Best (self) L —Blue Generation play on KDHX for the first time on Gene's show, Country Function, Bluegrass Junction and also played his last show on KDHX


Midnight Flight “Ashland Breakdown”
from Charting a Path (Plateau)


Jimmy Martin “Grand Ole Opry Song”
from Circle 1 (Liberty)


Katie Kerkhover “Ashoken Farewell”
from Step Through the Looking Glass (Bitter Harvest 2001) R


Men of the Week “Old Old House”
from Old School (self)


The Bibbs “Mighty Fine”
from Demo (self) L —"Might Fine" & "Music on the Air" was written by the Bibbs for & about Gene, because he was Mighty Fine


The Bibbs “Music on the Air”
from Demo (self) L


Steve Spurgin “Muley was a Railroad Man”
from Distant Faces (Sierra 1994) —A couple of train songs for Gene's many years working for the railroad.


Blue Mule “Normans Ride”
from The Orchard Sessions (BGC)


Cluster Pluckers “In the Sweet By and By”
from Old Time Gospel Favorites (CPR)


Karen Lynn “We Should Only Have Time for Love”
from Changes (Shoestring)


Rhonda Vincent “Homecoming”
from Timeless and True Love (Rebel www.rebelrecords.com 2005) —Rhonda Vincent, Gene's Fav-o-rite Girl singer


Russell Wilson “Trooper Lee” (Crosscut)


Lost & Found “The Man Who Wrote Home Sweet Home”
from Across the Blue Ridge Mountains (Rebel www.rebelrecords.com)


Nitty Gritty Dirt Band & Friends “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”
from Circle 1 (Liberty)


Meramec Jets “Home”
from Bluegrass Dreams (self 2007) L


Gary Ferguson & Sally Love “Morning in May”
from Our Old Home (Eureka)


Ferrell Stowe “Mary Did You Know”
from Stobro's Blues (Stringhouse 2005) —Music bed


Zac Hardesty “How Great Thou Art”
from Demo (self)


Ferrell Stowe “Precious Memories”
from Stobro's Blues (Stringhouse 2005)


Liesl Schoenberger “Millionaires Hoedown”
from Classic Fiddle (Sugar Bear) L —" That about knocks the rag off the bush" Gene ended most every show at KCLC with this saying

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