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Spinitron - KDHX: Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley Mon Jan 14th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley (Music)

Mon Jan 14th 2013 12.00am–3.00am

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Time zone: central


The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conducting “1812 Overture (Finale)”
from 1812 Overture (Columbia) —This is Hound Dog Brown, filling in tonight for The MAN, since he asked me to do the show, due to concern about any iciness that might be out there tonight.


Henry Mancini and His Orchestra “Peter Gunn”
from Pure Gold (Unknown)


B. B. King “Gambler's Blues”
from Lucille Talks Back (MCA Records)


The Angelics “Working For The King”
from Do Lord Remember Me (Liquid 8 Records) —A Holy Blues scorcher by a group who were once known as The Angelic Gospel Singers, originating in Philadelphia PA.


George Jones “Tall, Tall Trees”
from 50 Years Of Hits (BANDIT RECORDS 2004) —Gabriel is a big fan of George Jones. I understand George Jones is going on tour this year, which is said will be his last tour.


John Lee Hooker “I'm so excited”
from I'm John Lee Hooker (Vee-Jay Records) —This is the CD version of an LP of material J. L. Hooker recorded for Vee-Jay in the late 50s. He stayed with Vee-Jay for four years, which was quite a long time for Mr. Hooker ; - )


Elmore James “Hawaiian Boogie”
from The Sky Is Crying: The History of Elmore James (Rhino 1993)


Roy Acuff “Fireball Mail”
from Country & Western, Vol. 5 (Documents 2011) —Roy Acuff is another of Gabriel's country favorites. This cut features Bashful Brother Oswald, aka Pete Kirby, on ex-cell-ent dobro.


John Barry Orchestra “James Bond Theme (from Dr. No)”
from James Bond - 13 Original Themes (DANJAQ S.A.) —This theme keeps reappearing in all of the Bond movies, typically at the very beginning, during what is called "the gun barrel sequence".


Glenn Miller And His Orchestra “Anchors Aweigh (Live)”
from Bluebird's Best - Glenn Miller - America's Bandleader (BMG Entertainment) —This live recording of Glenn Miller is a fast, swing jazz rendition of the song. This goes out to Dennis Brannaker, a U.S. Navy vet, who's recuperating from a respiratory ailment. Sa-LUTE!


Gabriel “People You Don't Know My Mind”
from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording & Drop Top Music 2010) L —Ladies and gentlemen, here's The MAN, tearin' it up on vocal.


Buddy Guy “74 Years Young”
from Living Proof (Jive Records 2010) —Sending this blues scorcher out to Roxanne at the power plant ; - )


Sonny Boy Williamson “Keep It To Yourself”
from Keep it To Yourself (Blues Journey 1991)


Lorne Greene “We wish you a merry Christmas”
from Country Christmas Favorites (KRB Music Companies/Sony BMG) —I invited listeners to call in if they wanted to hear this leftover that didn't get played during the recent Christmas season, and Heather, Robert and Phil all requested I play it ; - )


Al Caiola. “Bonanza”
from Television's Greatest Hits (TVT Records) —And here's a bonus selection for the Lorne Greene fans! Al Caiola was a well-regarded guitarist.


Red Simpson “Hello, I'm a truck”
from Best Of Red Simpson (King Records)


Unknown “Star Trek Theme”
from Television's Greatest Hits (TVT Music)


Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five “Onion”
from Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Disc E: 1949 - 1950 (JSP Records) —This cut is an instrumental, and the Typany Five is actually a nine piece band in this recording.


Johnny Cash “(Ghost) Riders In The Sky”
from Johnny Cash - 16 Biggest Hits (Columbi/Legacy 1979)


The Soul Stirrers “By and by, pts. 1 & 2”
from Jubilation! Great Gospel Performances, Vol. 1: Black Gospel (Rhino Records) —This Holy Blues scorcher features Rebert Harris and Paul Foster on lead vocals.


Junior Brown “Highway Patrol”
from Guit With It (Curb 1993)


Rhonda Vincent and the Rage “Kentucky Borderline”
from Ragin' Live (Rounder www.rounder.com 2005) L —Recorded during a live performance at the Sheldon auditorium right here in St. Louis MO, Rhonda is the pride of Missouri, and has been dubbed The Reigning Queen Of Bluegrass by the New York Times.


Swan Silvertones “Love lifted me”
from My Rock/Love Lifted Me (Shout! Records) —Yet another Holy Blues scorcher from this tongues-of-fire sextet.


David Rose And His Orchestra “The Stripper”
from Tease: The Best of Burlesque (Unknown) —This was a number 1 pop hit in 1962, and I hope it doesn't cause the transmitter to be hit by lightning ; - )


Chuck Berry “Nadine (Is It You?)”
from Chuck Berry - The Chess Box (MCA Chess 2000)


Jimmy Reed “I ain't got you”
from The Very Best of Jimmy Reed (Rhino Records 2005)


Hank Snow “You nearly lose your mind”
from Blues For My Blue Eyes (Jasmine Records) —This song was written by Ernest Tubb. Hank Snow is another favorite of Gabriel's.


Unknown “Superman”
from Television's Greatest Hits (TVT Music) —Hey! This is supposed to be a radio show, so who turned on the TV??? ; - )


Faron Young “Face To the Wall”
from Hillbilly Heart Throb (Acrobat Music Group Ltd. 2008) —Faron Young is one more classic country favorite of Gabriel's.


The Beatles “Rock And Roll Music”
from Beatles For Sale (Parlophone 1964) —Here are these English guys, covering a Chuck Berry tune.


The Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama “Without the Help of Jesus”
from The Sermon (Specialty 2006) —Even more scorchin' Holy Blues.


Albert King “Ooh-ee baby”
from Let's Have A Natural Ball Single (Modern Blues 1989)


Little Walter “Fast Boogie”
from The Essential Little Walter (MCA Chess 1993)


Shirley Bassey “Goldfinger”
from James Bond - 13 Original Themes (DANJAQ S.A.) —Shirley Bassey was a popular vocalist in the British Isles and Europe in the late 50s, and was known as Bassey The Belter. This Bond movie theme made her very well known in the U.S too.


James Brown “Chonnie -On -Chon”
from James Brown - Roots Of A Revolution (Polygram Records 1995) —An early cut by James Brown, definitely a rock and roller.


Lester Flatt “The Martha White Theme”
from RCA Country Legends: Lester Flatt (RCA/BMG Heritage 2003) —It's bluegrass time!


Jimmy Martin “Don't Give Your Heart To A Rambler”
from You Don't Know My Mind 1956-1966 (Rounder www.rounder.com)


Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives “Sundown In Nashville”
from Nashville, Volume 1: Tear The Woodpile Down (Sugar Hill Records www.sugarhillrecords.com 2012) —I don't know the name of Marty Stuart's pedal steel guitar player, but the guy has it down ice cold!


Moon Mullican “What's The Matter With The Mill”
from Moonshine Jamboree (Ace Records/G.M.L. Inc. 2010)


Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “We're Outta Here”
from The Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Alligator Records 1996) —Thanks fer listenin' and for the calls, and Gabriel will be back next week.

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