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Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu Sep 3rd 2015 7.00am–10.00am

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

Time zone: central


Jimmy Witherspoon “Your Cheating Heart”
from Unlock The Lock: The Kent Records Story 1958-1962 (Ace Records 2015) N  —1960 swinging version of the Hank Williams song.


Ry Cooder “Houston In Two Seconds”
from Music by Ry Cooder (Rhino 1995) —Music bed.


Elyse Weinberg “City of the Angels”
from Greasepaint Smile (Numero Group 2015) —Written by Elyse Weinberg. Recorded in 1969 but never released until now. Produced by David Briggs.


Yo La Tengo “Butchie's Tune”
from Stuff Like That There (Matador 2015) N  —Fine version of the Lovin' Spoonful song composed by John Sebastian and Steve Boone. Lead vocals by Georgia Hubley.


Lera Lynn “Lately”
from True Detective: Music from the HBO Series (Harvest Records 2015) N  —Written by T-Bone Burnett and Bob Neuwirth.


Steelism “Greenwich Mean Time”
from 615 to Fame (Single Lock Records 2014) —Music bed.


The Fog Lights “Floating To The Top”
from Manhassett (self-released 2015) N L —Written and sung by Jim Peters and Justin Johnson.


Dave Drebes “Us Got We”
from St. Louis Voodoo (self 2015) N L —Debut release from the St. Louis singer-songwriter. Vocals by Dave Drebes and Heather Lawyer. Nice addition of violin by Emily Rockers, as well. Dave Drebes is having a CD release party at the Way Out Club next Friday (9/11).


The Mountain Goats “Foreign Object”
from Beat The Champ (Merge 2015) N  —Written by John Darnielle. "This right here is an album about professional wrestling." John Darnielle from The Mountain Goats (solo) and Heather McEntire from Mount Moriah Tue 9/08 at Off Broadway


The Fog Lights “Manhassett” (self-released 2015) N L —Music bed. Instrumental from their new debut album. Penned by Jim Peters and Justin Johnson.


Steelism “Cat's Eye Ring”
from 615 to Fame (Single Lock Records 2014) —Music bed.


David Lindley & El Rayo-X “Mercury Blues”
from El Rayo-X (Elektra/Asylum 1981) —Written by K.C. Douglas and featuring the great Ras Baboo on percussion.


Dwight Yoakam “Truckin'”
from Dedicated (Arista 1991) —Written by Jerry Garcia. Robert Hunter, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir. Produced and arranged by Pete Anderson who also plays lead guitar on this track.


Watkins Family Hour “Brokedown Palace”
from Watkins Family Hour (Family Hour Records 2015) N  —Sara Watkins sings lead on this Grateful Dead song written by Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia.


The Ventures “Run Don't Walk”
from Long-Lost Honkers & Twangers (Ace 2013) —Music bed.


Jacques Dutronc “Le Responsable”
from Blow Up A Go-Go! (V2 1999) R  —Written by Jacques Lanzman and Jacques Dutronc and recorded in 1969. I had a request for this last week. Better late than never, I always say.


Marc Bolan “The Third Degree”
from Sounds Of The Sixties (EMI 2011) —Written by Marc Bolan and recorded (pre-T-Rex) in 1966.


Courtney Barnett “Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to the Party”
from Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit (Mom + Pop) —This album will be in my top 10 list of favorites from 2015.


Television “Untitled Instrumental”
from Marquee Moon (Expanded) (Elektra 1977) —Music bed.


Lou Reed “There is No Time”
from New York (Sire Records 1989) —"This is no time to ignore warnings / This is no time to clear the plate / Let's not be sorry after the fact / And let the past become our fate"


Garland Jeffreys “The Contortionist”
from The King of In Between (Luna Park 2011) —Written by Garland Jeffreys. That's Lou Reed on the Doo-Doo-Doo-Doo-Doo backing vocals.


Destroyer “Times Square”
from Poison Season (Merge Records 2015) N  —Written by Dan Bejar. "Judy's beside herself / Jack's in a state of desolation / The writing on the wall wasn't writing at all / Just forces of nature in love with a radio station"


Billy Joe & The Checkmates “Nashville West (One More Time)”
from Long-Lost Honkers & Twangers (Ace 2013) —Music bed. 1963 instrumental recorded for the Dore label by the band made up of Hollywood session players.


The Rolling Stones “Carol”
from Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! (ABKCO 1970) —Written by Chuck Berry and recorded live at Madison Square Garden in 1969.


The Band “Don't Do It (Live)”
from Rock of Ages (Capitol Records 1972) —Live recording of the Marvin Gaye song recorded on New Years Eve 1971/1972. Written by Holland, Dozier, and Holland and arranged by Allen Toussaint.


Faces “I Wish It Would Rain (With a Trumpet)”
from You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything: 1970-1975 (Rhino 2015) N  —Live version of the Temptations hit recorded live at the 1973 Reading Festival. Penned by Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield, and Roger Penzabene.


The Spencer Davis Group “Stevie's Groove”
from Hammond Heroes (Bear Family 2005) —Music bed.


The Googie Rene Combo “Smokey Joe's La La”
from Sock It to 'Em Soul (Warner Strategic Marketing UK 2004) —Music bed. 1966 instrumental composed by Vikki Jeanne.


The Staple Singers “You're Gonna Make Me Cry”
from A Family Affair: 1955-1984 (Kent 2004) —Buffalo Springfield cover from 1967. Written by Stephen Stills. Sublime.


The O'Jays “For the Love of Money”
from Ship Ahoy (Philadelphia International 1973) —One of the soul masterpieces of the 70s. Written by Kenny Gamble. Leon Huff, and bassist Anthony Jackson.


Dengue Fever “Taxi Dancer”
from The Deepest Lake (Tuk Tuk 2015) —Featuring the lead vocals of Chhom Nimol. Sun 9/6 Dengue Fever – Firebird. Highly recommended.


Frank Armstrong & The Stingers “Humpin' (aka Stuffed Peppers)”
from Instrumental Explosion (Beat Goes Public 2004) —Music bed. 1967 R&B instrumental recorded for the Modern label.


Holly Golightly “What You See”
from Slowtown Now! (Damaged Goods 2015) N  —Written by Holly Golightly and a throwback to the albums she was releasing before making albums with Lawyer Dave as Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs. Which I think is a great thing. Also, she should always have Bruce Brand play drums on her recordings


Patty Griffin “There Isn't One Way”
from Servant of Love (PGM 2015) N  —From her forthcoming album with a release date of September 25. This will be her tenth album.


Melody Gardot “Don't Talk”
from Currency of Man (Verve 2015) N  —Written by Melody Gardot. Definitely a departure from her previous albums. It works for me.


James Jamerson “Behold”
from The Motown Sound: The Complete Albums & More (Uni/Motown 2012) —Music bed. Previously unreleased 1968 Motown instrumental.


Kim Weston “You Hit Me Where It Hurt Me”
from The Motown 7s Box (Universal-Island 2013) —Recorded in 1965 for the Motown label and written by Mike Valvano, George Kerr, and Sylvia Moy.


Earl Van Dyke (aka The Funk Brothers) “Too Busy Thinking About My baby”
from The Motown Sound: The Complete Albums and More (Hip-O Select/Motown Records 2012) —1969 instrumental version of the Gladys Knight & The Pips song written by Norman Whitfield, Janie Bradford, and Barrett Strong. Produced by Norman Whitfield.


The Nightingales “Just a Little Overcome”
from Tommy Tate: I'm So Satisfied (Kent 2007) —This 1971 Stax recording has one of my favorite soul vocals of all time. Sung by Tommy Tate and written by Mack Rice (of Mustang Sally fame).


The Politicians “Free your Mind”
from Holland-Dozier-Holland: The Complete 45s Collection (Harmless 2014) —Music bed. 1972 instrumental a-side for the Hot Wax label written by Holland, Dozier, and Holland.


100 Proof Aged In Soul “Somebody's Been Sleeping”
from Somebody's Been Sleeping In My Bed (Hot Wax 1970) —Written by Angelo Bond, General Johnson and Greg Perry and a million selling hit on the pop and R&B charts.


Joni Wilson “(Let Hurt Put You In The) Loser's Seat”
from Ian Levine's Solid Stax Sensations (Kent Records 2015) N  —This is one cool track. 1971 version of the Parliaments song produced by George Clinton and featuring backing vocals by the Parliaments. Recorded in Detroit and released on the Volt label in 1971.


Carla Thomas “Every Ounce of Strength”
from Groove & Grind: Rare Soul (Rockbeat 2015) N  —1965 Stax b-side written by Steve Cropper, Isaac Hayes, and David Porter. Backing by Booker T. & The MGs and The Memphis Horns.


Maurice & Mac “So Much Love”
from Reaching Out: Chess Records at Fame Studios (Kent Records 2015) N  —Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin and recorded in 1967. Fans of Sam & Dave ought to find a whole lot to like about this gospel-trained Chess records soul duo.


Charles Chalmers “Two In the Morning”
from Reaching Out: Chess Records at Fame Studios (Kent Records 2015) N  —Music bed. 1967 cover version of the instrumental penned by Roger Hawkins, Albert Lowe, and Spooner Oldham.

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