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Spinitron - KDHX: Mystery Train Mon Aug 8th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Mystery Train (Music)

Mon Aug 8th 2011 10.00am–12.00pm

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

Time zone: central

10:01am

Richard Buckner “Ponder”
from Our Blood (Merge 2011) N

10:04am

Billy Bragg “It Says Here”
from Brewing Up With Billy Bragg (Cooking Vinyl 1984)

10:07am

John Lurie “Strangers In The Day”
from Down By Law (Strange & Beautiful 1987) —background music for the first half of the show

10:09am

TV on The Radio “Second Song”
from Nine Types of Light (Interscope 2011) N  —headlining the second day of Lou Fest, August 28 in Forest Park

10:13am

Fred's Variety Group “Slow Car”
from Pretty Blue Pills (self-released 2001) L —written by Sherman S. Sherman and sung by Sunyatta Marhsall and Mark Stephens

10:20am

Mississippi Gabe Carter “Tell The World”
from Midnight Dream (self-released 2008) —playing Saturday, August 13 at the Gramophone with Rum Drum Ramblers

10:24am

Memphis Slim “Beer Drinkin' Woman”
from The Bluebird Recordings 1940-1941 (RCA 1997)

10:27am

Blind Willie Johnson “John The Revelator”
from Anthology Of American Folk Music Volume 2 (Smithsonian Folkways 1997) —recorded in 1930, with additional singing by Willie Harris

10:30am

Blind Willie Johnson “Dark Was The Night” (Columbia / Legacy 1998) —recorded in 1928

10:34am

The Low Anthem “Ghost Woman Blues”
from Smart Flesh (Nonesuch www.nonesuch.com 2011) N  —playing at Lou Fest on Sunday, August 28

10:41am

Siete Vidas “Siete Vidas Más”
from Instinto Felino (self-released 2007) —rockabilly from Madrid, Spain

10:50am

Henry And June “That's All Right”
from Then & Now (Danger Limited 2011) N

10:53am

Augustus Pablo “Young Generation Dub”
from King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown (Shanachie 1976)

10:56am

Gogol Bordello “Mussolini Vs. Stalin”
from Voi-La Intruder (Rubric 2002)

10:58am

Rumen Sirakov “Zhochkino Horo”
from Tambura (Gega 2002) —Bulgarian music, courtesy of John Uhlemann

11:00am

John Lurie “The King Of Thailand, The Queen Of Stairs”
from Down By Law (Strange & Beautiful 1987) —background music for the second half of the show

11:02am

Morning Teleportation “Foreign Planes”
from Live at KDHX (KDHX 2011) N  —recorded last month when the band was in town for a show at Off Broadway

11:08am

Handsome Furs “Memories Of The Future”
from Sound Kapital (Sub Pop www.subpop.com 2011) N  —playing Wednesday, August 24 at Off Broadway

11:12am

The Kills “Future Starts Slow”
from Blood Pressures (Domino www.dominorecordco.com 2011) N

11:16am

Frank Black and the Catholics “The Black Rider”
from Black Letter Days (Spinart 2002) —Frank Black covering Tom Waits

11:19am

The Ex “At The Gate”
from Joggers & Smoggers (Fist Puppet 1989) —mostly inaudible lyrics based on the writings of Franz Kafka

11:22am

Brute Heart “Blindfolded”
from Lonely Hunter (Soft Abuse 2011) N

11:26am

Brain Idea “Signals”
from Cosmos Factory (Mexican Summer / Kemado 2011) N  —playing this Thursday, August 11 at the Heavy Anchor

11:34am

Popular Mechanics “Obvious Display”
from Time And A Half (Pancake Productions 2010) L —playing this Wednesday, August 10 at El Lenador with Tenement Ruth and Tok

11:37am

Siete Vidas “Emociones Fuertes”
from Instinto Felino (self-released 2007) —a member of this band, Angel Collado, also plays with Wormwood County...

11:40am

Lindy Woracheck “Time Is An Ether”
from Demo (self-released 2009) —her band Wormwood County will be playing at the Schlafly Tap Room this Saturday, August 13 with The Union Electric and Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost

11:43am

Curtis Eller's American Circus “Following This Ghost”
from 1890 (American Circus 2000) —playing Saturday, August 20 at the Casa Loma, as part of the Beggar's Carnivale

11:48am

Rum Drum Ramblers “Hometown Blues”
from Mean Scene (Big Muddy Records 2011) N L —vinyl LP release show this Saturday, August 13 at the Gramophone

11:51am

Memphis Slim “Grinder Man Blues”
from The Bluebird Recordings 1940-1941 (RCA 1997)

11:54am

Grinderman “Go Tell The Women”
from Grinderman (Anti- 2007)


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