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Spinitron - KDHX: Blues in the Night Fri Jan 4th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Blues in the Night (Music)

Fri Jan 4th 2013 4.00pm–7.00pm

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Time zone: central

4:00pm

Roy Gaines “Good old days”
from Tuxedo Blues (Black Gold Records) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Art Dwyer today. Thanks, Art, fer invitin' me! ; - )

4:05pm

Joe Turner “Feelin' so sad”
from Tell Me Pretty Baby (Arhoolie)

4:07pm

Leo's Five “Lonesome, with Albert King”
from Leo's Five - Direct From The Blue Note Club, East St Louis (Ace 1960) L

4:10pm

Leo's Five “Ol' man river, part 2”
from Leo's Five - Direct From The Blue Note Club, East St Louis (Ace 2008) L

4:16pm

John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson “Jackson blues”
from The Bluebird Recordings 1937 - 1938 (BMG Entertainment) —Here's a set of four old school blues, starting out with John Lee Williamson, backed up by Big Joe Williams and Robert Nighthawk.

4:18pm

Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup “Dirt road blues”
from Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup: Rock Me Mama (BMG Music) —From 1945, with some houserockin' shuffle blues, and paving the ground for later rock and rollers.

4:21pm

Lonesome Sundown “My Home Is A Prison”
from I'm A Mojo Man: The Best Of The Excello Singles (Excello Records) —Lonesome Sundown's real name was Cornelius Green.

4:25pm

Louis Myers “Top Of The Harp”
from Sweet Home Chicago (Delmark Records) —Chicago shuffle blues with a heckova bounce to it!

4:33pm

Fontella Bass & Bobby McClure “Don't Mess Up A Good Thing”
from Chess Soul: A Decade Of Chicago's Finest (MCA 1997) L —Fontella was a piano player with Oliver Sain, until he discovered, man, she could sing! There's a service and tribute to Fontella this eve at 7pm.

4:37pm

Muddy Waters “Mean disposition”
from Fathers and Sons - Remastered (MCA/Chess 2001) —From a grand record album from 1968, with Otis Spann on piano, Michael Bloomfield on guitar, Paul Butterfield on harmonica, Duck Dunn on electric bass, and Sam Lay on drums.

4:42pm

The Mannish Boys “Please Forgive Me”
from Double Dynamite (DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS 2012) —This band is a contemporary supergroup doing blues in the old school Chicago style.

4:51pm

Herbie Hancock “Hang Up Your Hang Ups”
from Man-Child (Columbia 1975) —A funk jazz groove from my old LP.

5:02pm

Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “Just before dawn”
from The Original Peacock Recordings (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 1990) —Here's a set of four blues featuring stringed instruments other than guitar, starting out with Gatemouth on fiddle.

5:04pm

Leroy Jody Pierson “Rusty nail”
from Rusty Nail (nighthawk 1988) L —This cut features local fiddle whiz Jeff Seitz.

5:06pm

Gerry Hundt “End of the Day Blues (Bonus Track)”
from Since Way Back (Blue Bella 2007) —Gerry is keeping the Johnny Young mandolin tradition going.

5:09pm

Sonny Rhodes “Power of the Boogie”
from Out Of Control (King Snake Records 1996) —Sonny on lap steel guitar.

5:16pm

The Angelics “Tell The Angels”
from Do Lord Remember Me (Liquid 8 Records) —A tongues-of-fire Holy Blues scorcher.

5:18pm

Buddy Guy “Thank Me Someday”
from Living Proof (Silvertone/Jive Records 2010)

5:24pm

Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five “Ain't nobody's business but my own, with Ella Fitzgerald”
from Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Disc E: 1949 - 1950 (JSP Records) —Two great Americans, Louis and Ella!

5:30pm

Illinois Jacquet “The King”
from The Comeback (Black Lion 1991) —Jazzheads regard this live album, recorded in London, England in 1971, as a hard bop classic. Song was composed by Count Basie.

5:36pm

James Brown and The Famous Flames “I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On”
from Roots Of A Revolution (Polydor 1995) —Classic early James Brown!

5:40pm

A.C. Reed “This Little Voice”
from I'm in the Wrong Business! (Alligator Records 1987) —Chicago blues sax master A.C. Reed teams up with Bonnie Raitt on bottleneck slide guitar (she's got the smoothest bottleneck slide in the bidness, I'd say).

5:48pm

Lonnie Mack “Satisfy Susie, with Stevie Ray Vaughn”
from Strike Like Lightning (Alligator Performing 1985)

5:54pm

Little Sonny “Tough times never last”
from Sonny Side Up (Glynn Record Company/Soniferous Music)

6:03pm

John Lee Hooker “Boogie Chillen'”
from John Lee Hooker - The Ultimate Collection 1948 - 1990 (Rhino Records) —Recorded in 1948, with a hypnotic groove to it, this has been repeatedly reworked by many blues musicians over the years, such as by both of the following.......

6:06pm

Slim Harpo “Shake your hips”
from Slim Harpo - The Excello Records Anthology (Hip-O Records/Universal Music Enterprises) —Slim Harpo reworked J.L. Hooker's groove, added new lyrics, and it became "Shake your hips"........

6:08pm

ZZ Top “La Grange”
from ZZ Top - Greatest Hits (Warner Bros Records, Inc.) —And yet another rework of J.L. Hooker's groove, with new lyrics, this time played through a mountain of amplifiers in rock arenas.

6:16pm

Aaron Griffin and Mojo Rising “Stranded In St. Louis”
from Mojo Rising (self-released 2012) N L —Aaron Griffin is 17 years old, and this CD is his debut release. This is a long cut, a minor key blues composed by Junior Parker. Guitar players who are twice Aaron's age would have trouble pulling this off as well as Aaron did it.

6:28pm

Cletie Milon “Don't let a good thing end”
from The Best Of Cletie Milon (Scorpio Productions) L —Cletie Milon is appearing at BB's in St. Louis tonight. This CD was produced by Oliver Sain and Gene Norman, and this cut features fine sax solos by Oliver.

6:35pm

Brian Curran “Pony Blues”
from Live at off Broadway (Wildstone 2012) N L —Brian's recent CD release, featuring fine bottlneck slide on resonator guitar on this reworking of a Charley Patton classic. Brian will do the early show at BB's tomorrow night.

6:38pm

Boo Boo Davis “Dirty Dog”
from Name Of The Game (Black & Tan 2008) —And, Boo Boo Davis will perfrom for the late show at BB's tomorrow night.

6:45pm

The Rum Drum Ramblers “How long 'fore I can change my clothes”
from Hey Lordy Mama Mama Get Up and Go (Big Muddy Records) L —The Rum Drum Ramblers will perform tomorrow at the Blues City Deli in St. Louis.

6:50pm

The Mar-Keys “Blue Peanut”
from Stax Instrumentals (Fantasy Inc. 2003)


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