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Spinitron - KDHX: Nothin' but the Blues Sun Jul 17th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Nothin' but the Blues (Music)

Sun Jul 17th 2011 8.00pm–10.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Little Hatch “Country Blues”
from Rock With Me Baby CD Album (APO 2002) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in tonight for Ron Edwards. Tonight's theme is nothin' but St. Louis blues musicians.


Henry Brown “Henry Brown Blues”
from Twenty First St. Stomp - The Piano Blues of St. Louis (Yazoo Records 2005) L —We're starting out with a whole bunch of classic St. Louis barrelhouse-style selections from the '20s and 30's.


Alice Moore “Don't deny me baby”
from St Louis Girls 1929 - 1937 (Story of Blues/RST Records/DA Music) L —The barrelhouse ladies get a turn at bat!


St. Louis Jimmy Oden “That's all I think”
from Down On the Levee - The Piano Blues of St. Louis Vol. 2 (Yazoo www.acousticdisc.com) L —Jimmy Gordon sings this one, with Roosevelt Sykes on piano.


Henry Townsend “She's Got What I Want”
from Henry Townsend And Friends - Henry's Worry Blues (Catfish Records) L —Henry Townsend (the patriarch of blues in St. Louis) sings this one, with Roosevelt Sykes on piano.


Tampa Red and Georgia Tom “You can't get that stuff no more”
from The Birth Of The Blues (Charley Records) L


Big Joe Williams “Delta Blues”
from Delta Blues 1951 (Alligator)


Big Joe Williams “She Left Me a Mule”
from Delta Blues 1951 (Alligator)


James Crutchfield “I believe you need a shot”
from James Crutchfield - St. Louis Blues Piano (Swingmaster 2001) L


Barrelhouse Buck McFarland “Alton blues”
from Alton Blues (Delmark Records) L


Albert King “I walked all night long”
from Let's Have A Natural Ball Single (Ace Records 1990)


Ike Turner and His Kings of Rhythm “Twistin' the Strings”
from Ike's Instrumentals (Ace Records 2000) L


The Earthworms “Fishtail”
from Mo Betta': St. Louis R&B 1956 - 1966 (Sequel Records) L —The Earthworms are none other than Little Milton Campbell and Oliver Sain.


Tommy Bankhead “How long”
from Message to St. Louis (Fedora Records 2000) L


Bennie Smith “Okie Dokie Stomp”
from Shook Up (Fedora 2001)


John Long “Leavin' St. Louis (solo version)”
from Lost & Found (Delta Groove Productions. 2006)


David Krull “Rollin '& Tumblin'”
from Can't Let Go (Missouri Slow Krull Music 2005) L


Leroy Pierson “You got to move”
from country blues (Gravel Road Recording)


Rum Drum Ramblers “Stop calling me friend”
from Tradin' Dollars For Dimes (Big Muddy Records 2009) L


Matt Hill “Time is up”
from On The Floor (Deep Fryed Records/VIZZTONE 2010)


Marquise Knox “I Go To Work”
from Man Child (APO 2009) L

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