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Spinitron - KDHX: All Soul, No Borders Sun Jun 10th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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All Soul, No Borders (Music)

Sun Jun 10th 2012 10.00pm–12.00am

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

Time zone: central


Roosevelt Sykes “Devil's Island Gin”
from The Essential (Classic Blues 2001) —Tim Rakel filling in this week for Josh Weinstein


Blind Lemon Jefferson “Black Snake Moan”
from The Complete Classic Sides (JSP 2002)


Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band “Sweet Sweet Bulbs”
from Trout Mask Replica (Reprise Records 1970)


Xavier Charles & Terrie Ex “The Bird”
from Addis (Terp 2011) —from an album of clarinet and guitar improvisations recorded live in Ethiopia


Bluiett / Jackson / El'Zabar “Black Danube (a.k.a. The Calling)”
from The Calling (Justin Time Records 2001) —the composer of this piece, Hamiet Bluiett, will be performing on Wednesday, June 27 at the Botanical Gardens (free show, 7:30PM)


Paul Chambers / John Coltrane “Dexterity”
from High Step (Blue Note 1975) —recorded in 1956 with Philly Joe Jones and Kenny Drew


Johnny Griffin / John Coltrane /Hank Mobley “Smoke Stack”
from Blowin' Sessions (Blue Note 1975) —recorded in 1957 with Paul Chambers, Lee Morgan, Wynton Kelly and Art Blakey


The Hand To Man Band “First Shallows”
from You Are Always On Our Minds (Post-Consumer 2012) N


Splatter Trio “6 Things To A Cycle Pt. 1 (chew chew gum)”
from Eyesore: A Stab At The Residents (Vaccination Records 1996)


Tom Waits “Everything Goes To Hell”
from Blood Money (Anti- 2002) —this and the previous piece both feature Gino Robair on drums


Gino Robair “Proclaimation”
from I, Norton (Rastascan Records 2009) —Gino Robair will be playing as part of a percussion trio this Saturday, June 16 at Satori (3003 Locust), 8PM


Thelonious Monk “Japanese Folk Song”
from Straight, No Chaser (Columbia 1967)


Julius Hemphill “Drunk On God (excerpt of the first half)”
from Big Band (Ekektra 1988) —featuring poet K. Curtis Lyle reading "High in a Mountain at the Center of Mexico", "Nago", "Mailika" and "Motion as the Terrible Language of the Future"


Sun Ra “Lights On A Satellite”
from Art Forms Of Dimensions Tomorrow (Saturn 1965) —performed with his Solar Arkestra


Frank Lowe “Brother Joseph”
from Black Beings (ESP-Disk 2008) —recorded in New York, 1973


Splatter Trio “6 Things To A Cycle Pt. 2 (good good coffee)”
from Eyesore: A Stab At The Residents (Vaccination Records 1996)


Cecil Taylor “Conquistador”
from Conquistador! (Blue Note 1966) —featuring Bill Dixon, Jimmy Lyons, Henry Grimes, Alan Silva and Andrew Cyrille


Byard Lancaster “Work And Pray”
from Funny Funky Rib Crib (Kindred Spirits 2008)

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