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Spinitron - KDHX: Dangerous Curves Mon Feb 20th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Dangerous Curves (Music)

Mon Feb 20th 2012 2.00pm–4.00pm

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

Time zone: central

2:00pm

Famous Monsters “Outerspace deathrace”
from Around The World In 80 Bikinis! (Estrus Records) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Sherri Danger today, Thanks, Sherri, for inviting me! ; - )

2:08pm

Bessie Smith “New Orleans hop scop blues”
from The Complete Recordings Vol. 4 (COLUMBIA/LEGACY)

2:19pm

Little Esther Phillips and Mel Walker with Johnny Otis and his Orchestra “Mistrustin' blues”
from The History Of Rhythm And Blues 1942 - 1952 (Rhythm and Blues Records) —Little Esther was only 15 years old when she recorded this.

2:34pm

Carolina Chocolate Drops “Another Man Done Gone”
from Heritage (Dixiefrog 2007) —An old prison song, sung acapella by Rhianon Giddens and Lalenja Harrington Giddens. The Chocolate Drops are a MUST SEE act!

2:36pm

Carolina Chocolate Drops “Real Old Mountain Dew”
from Heritage (Dixiefrog 2007)

2:42pm

Ruth Brown “Things About Coming My Way”
from Honeydripper (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Rhino 2008) —This is said to be Ruth's final recording before she died. This is a cover of an old Tampa Red song.

2:49pm

Mabel John “No Matter How She Done It”
from Honeydripper (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Rhino Entertainment Company 2008) —Mabel John was a Stax recording artist, who played the role of an elderly blues singer in "Honeydripper". This is another Tampa Red tune. St. Louis' own harp legend, Arthur Williams, had the role of Metal Mouth Sims and played harp in this movie.

2:56pm

Wanda Jackson “Hard Headed Woman”
from Wanda Rocks CD Comp (Bear Family 2002) —In my opinion, Wanda out-sang all the male rockabilly singers.

2:57pm

Wanda Jackson “Fujiyama mama”
from Wanda Rocks CD Comp (Bear Family 2002)

3:01pm

Famous Monsters “Monsters over Tokyo”
from Around The World In 80 Bikinis! (Estrus Records)

3:06pm

Janis Joplin “What Good Can Drinkin' Do”
from Janis (Columbia Legacy 1998) —Janis' first recording, done on a home recorder in Austin TX in 1962 at age 19, and a song she wrote, accompanying herself on autoharp. She was blues to the core from the get-go!

3:10pm

Janis Joplin “Trouble in mind”
from Janis (Columbia Legacy 1998) —Recorded in 1965 by Jorma Kaukonen (of Hot Tuna and Jefferson Airplane fame) on a home recorder, with Jorma on guitar and Jorma's wife on typewriter! ; - )

3:17pm

Vanetta Fields “Through with you”
from Can't Sit Down...'Cos It Feels So Good! The Complete Modern Recordings (Kent/Ace Records) L —Though the Ikettes had various members, most fans of the Ikettes consider Robbie Montgomery, Jessie Smith, and Venetta Fields to be the core line-up. Here's a set which features Venetta on the first cut........

3:20pm

The Ikettes “You Can't Have Your Cake and Eat It Too”
from Can't Sit Down... 'Cos It Feels So Good! - The Complete Modern Recordings (Kent 2007) —......Robbie, Jessie and Venetta as the Ikettes.........

3:23pm

Little Miss Jessie “My Baby Has Gone”
from Mo Betta' - St. Louis R&B 1956 - 1966 (Sequel Records) L —.....and, (Little Miss) Jessie Smith.

3:26pm

Ike And Tina Turner “Honky tonk women”
from The Best Of Ike & Tina Turner (CEMA Special Markets) —Tina dueting with herself!

3:31pm

Emmylou Harris “Montana Cowgirl”
from Songs Of The West (Warner Bros. 1994)

3:33pm

Rhonda Vincent and the Rage “Kentucky Borderline”
from Ragin Live' CD Album (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2005) L —Rhonda tearin' it up, live at the Sheldon in St. Louis! The reigning Queen of Bluegrass, and the pride of Missouri!

3:41pm

The Original Gospel Harmonettes “(You can't hurry God) He's right on time”
from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances Vol. Two: More Black Gospel (Rhino Records) —Dorothy Love Coates sings lead on this Holy Blues scorcher.

3:45pm

The Charles Walker Blues Band “Trouble”
from Keep Takin' (Ehlona Records, Inc 2005) —Miss Shana Jackson sings vocal.


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