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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Aug 27th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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The Back Country (Music)

Sat Aug 27th 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)


Sol Hoopii and His Novelty Quartette “Oh Lady Be Good!”
from Steelin' It: The Steel Guitar Story (Proper 2008) —From the Brunswick label in 1934, one written by the Gershwin brothers.


Jerry Byrd “Beautiful Kahana”
from Master of the Steel Guitar, Vol. One (Sony BMG 2005) —From Jerry's beatiful Byrd of Paradise album released 50 years ago in 1961.


Eddy Arnold And His Tennessee Plowboys “It Makes No Difference Now”
from Eddy's Song (Proper 2003) —From 1949, Little Roy Wiggins' "ting-a-ling" steel guitar accompanied red-hot singer Eddy Arnold until Eddy went cosmopolitan on us.


Amber Digby and Midnight Flyer “Here I Am Again”
from LIVE at Swiss Alp Hall (CD BABY 2011) N  —Dicky Overbey is Amber's stepfather and one of the newest inductees into the ISG Hall of Fame. One written by Shel Silverstein.


Bill Mounce and Sons of the South “What's Bob Done”
from Western Swing Chronicles, Volume 5 (Origin Jazz Library 2010) —A Bob Dunn composition recorded 70 years ago in 1941 on the Bluebird Label.


Peter Cooper and Lloyd Green “Gospel Song”
from The Lloyd Green Album (Red Beet www.redbeetrecords.com 2010) —"There's gonna be some wreckage when your dreams and your habits collide".


Bobby Caldwell and Julian Tharpe “Seven Come Eleven”
from Bobby Caldwell And His Friends Of Steel Volume 1 (self 1995) L —The late Bobby Caldwell was the leader of the house band at the convention for many, many years and was a suberb accompaniest for all of these great steel players, as this 1973 recording attests. We miss you, Bobby.


The Country Boys “Country Boy Bounce”
from Amazing Steel Guitar: The Buddy Emmons Collection (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1997) —This song was recorded 55 years ago in 1956 but not released until the cd version of this Buddy Emmons classic release. Amazing Steel Guitar was released this week in 1963.


Don Curtis “A Way to Survive”
from Etched In Steel (scotty's music scottysmusic.com 1999) L —We also miss our friend, Don Curtis, for many years a fixture at the convention, at Scotty's Music and in various musical groups in the area. We miss you too, Don.


Merle Haggard & The Strangers “Holding Things Together”
from Down Every Road, Volume 3 (CAPITOL 1996) —From the Epic label in 1983. Norm Hamlett replaced Ralph Mooney ion steel guitar n The Strangers by 1966 and has remained a Stranger ever since.


The Time Jumpers “My Weakness Is Too Stong”
from Jumpin' Time CD Album (CROSSWIND 2006) —An instrumental featuring the late "Papa" John Hughey.


Buck Owens and his Buckaroos “Bud's Bounce”
from The Instrumental Hits of... (Sundazed 1995) —Performing a Bud Isaacs composition for the Capitol label in 1964, with Tom Brumley on the steel.


Johnny Gimble and Dale Watson “I Needed You”
from Celebrating with Friends (CMH www.cmhrecords.com 2010) —Maurice Anderson plays pedal steel on this Gimble composition. This is a fine album featuring numerous guest stars and Johnny sounds as swingful as ever in his eighties.


Spade Cooley and His Orchestra “Oklahoma Stomp”
from Spadella! The Essential Spade Cooley (Legacy/Columbia 1994) —From the Capitol label featuring the wonderful Joaquin Murphey on steel guitar (even though I misspoke and called him Joaquin Andujar--youneverknow).


Waylon Jennings and the Waylors “Rainy Day Woman”
from Waylon Live: The Expanded Edition (BMG 2003) —From 1974 on the RCA label, the great Ralph Mooney putting that steel guitar way out in front on this one.


The Texas Troubadors “Rhodes Bud Boogie”
from Almost To Tulsa: The Instrumentals (Bear Family 2008) —From the Decca label in the mid-60s, Leon Rhodes and Buddy Charleton work out here.


Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant “Blue Bonnet Rag”
from Stratospher Boogie: The Flaming Guitars of Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1995) —One written by Leon McAuliffe and recorded for Capitol in 1954. Is Speedy's pedal steel style instantly recognizable or what?


Jimmie Rodgers “Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues”
from RCA Country Legends (BMG Heritage 2002) —From the Victor label in 1930.


Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys “In the Pines”
from The Very Best of Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys (MCA NASHVILLE 2002) —Recorded for Decca in 1952 and co-written by Jimmie Davis.


The Carter Family “Worried Man Blues (Remastered)”
from Wildwood Flower: 25 Country Classics (ASV 2000) —Another one from the Victor label in 1930.


Hank Williams and The Drifting Cowboys “Long Gone Lonesome Blues”
from The Original Singles Collection Plus (MERCURY NASHVILLE 1992) —Recorded in 1950 for MGM.


Gene Autry “T.B. Blues (Remastered)”
from The Essential Gene Autry (Columbi/Legacy 2005) —One written by Jimmie Rodgers about the disease that killed him. Gene recorded this 80 years ago in 1931 for the Perfect label.


The Delmore Brothers “Blues Stay Away from Me”
from 24 Great Country Songs (King 1966) —The Delmore Brothers composed blues-oriented songs frequently, this being one of their more famous ones. The two songs that follow were also written by the Delmore Brothers.


Lonnie Johnson “Trouble Ain't Nothin But the Blues”
from The Original Guitar Wizard (Proper 2004) —OK, jazz and blues guitar great Lonnie Johnson was not a country artist, but he was a labelmate at King with the Delmore Brothers and Syd Nathan loved for his artists to record out of their genre. From 1949.


The Wrongers with Jimmie Dale Gilmore “Brown's Ferry Blues”
from Heirloom Music (Neanderthal Records 2011) N


Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys “Blue Prelude”
from San Antonio Rose (Bear Family 2000) —One of Bob's rarely heard, it was recorded in 1939.


Milton Brown and his Musical Brownies “Just Sitting On Top of the World”
from Daddy of Western Swing (Proper 2003) —The old standard recorded in 1934 on the Bluebird label.


Cliff Bruner and his Texas Wanderers “San Antonio Blues”
from Western Swing Chronicles, Volume 5 (Origin Jazz Library 2010) —Link Davis on the vocal from the 1949 recording on the Ayo label. His vocal styling on this song is right out of T-Bone Walker. Of course, the great Bob Dunn is on the steel.


Vassar Clements and Bob Brosman “Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning”
from Livin' With the Blues (Acoustic Disc www.acousticdisc.com 2004) —A wonderful instrumental version of the Blind Willie Johnson tune.


Merle Haggard “White Man Singing the Blues”
from Chicago Wind CD Album (Capitol EMI 2005)


Roy Orbison “Mean Woman Blues”
from The Essential Roy Orbison (Sony BMG 2006) R  —From the Monument label in 1963, going out to my friend, Yvonne, who is closing her Open Studio in Grafton tomorrow with a music and food finale get together. She loves her some Roy.


Willie Nelson and Keb Mo “Rainy Day Blues”
from Milk Cow Blues (Island 2002)


Gillian Welch and David Rawlings “Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor”
from Soul Journey (Acony 2003) —Gillian and David will be at The Pageant next Saturday night for an 8 o'clock show.

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