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Spinitron - KDHX: Blues in the Night Fri Jul 13th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Blues in the Night (Music)

Fri Jul 13th 2012 4.00pm–7.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working.”
from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Magnum Music Group. 1998) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for the mighty Art Dwyer today. Thanks, Art, for inviting me!


The Bo-Keys “Coming Home Baby”
from The Royal Sessions (Yellow Dog Records 2004) —Fine Memphis soul, in the tradition of Stax artists The Mar-Keys and Booker T & the MGs, is being carried forward by The Bo-Keys.


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


Howlin' Wolf “I Ain't Superstitious”
from Willie Dixon: The Chess Box (Chess 1988) —It's Friday the 13th.........you ain't superstitious, are you?


Whispering Smith “On the dark road crying”
from Louisiana Blues (Arhoolie Productions www.arhoolie.com)


Washboard Sam “Love Me Or Let Me Be”
from Washboard Sam Vol. 7 1942-1949 (Document Records 1993)


Jimmy "Duck" Holmes “Whiskey and women”
from Back to Bentonia 5th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (Broke & Hungry Records www.brokeandhungryrecords.com 2006) —I had the pleasure of seeing Jimmy Holmes at the Bluesweek Festival in downtown St. Louis this May, and bought this CD from him there. He's the proprietor of Bentonia, Mississippi's last old-school juke joint, the Blue Front Cafe.


L.C. "Good Rockin'" Robinson “Something mighty sweet about the Lord”
from Mojo In My Hand (Arhoolie Productions www.arhoolie.com) —Definitely the Holy Blues!


Gabriel “I'm Gabriel”
from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording & Drop Top Music 2010) L —Tune in to 88-1 KDHX every Sunday at midnight to 3 am Monday morning to hear The MAN!


James Armstrong “Everything good to ya (ain't always good for ya)”
from Blues At The Border (Catfood Records 2011) N  —James Armstrong is a highly acclaimed modern blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter from California with an impressive resume, who is appearing at BB's in St. Louis on Saturday July 14 at 10 pm.


James Armstrong “Somebody Got To Pay”
from Blues At The Border (Catfood Records 2011) N


Cee Cee James “Blood red blues”
from Blood Red Blues (FWG Records 2012) N  —A new release from St. Louis area resident Cee Cee James, tearin' it up on vocal.


Whistling Alex Moore “Miss No-Good Weed”
from From North Dallas to the East Side (Arhoolie Records unk 1994) —A barrelhouse piano master from Dallas TX.


Hadda Brooks “Hip Shakin' Boogie”
from Swingin' the Boogie, Vol. 2 (Ace Records 2003) —An eight-to-the-bar boogie woogie master, who, incidentally, was drop dead gorgeous! ; - )


The Angelics “Jesus Christ Was Born”
from Gospel Stars At Christmas (Liquid 8 Records/BMG) —Gabriel plays an annual mid-year Christmas show, and I think The Man has a good point: why save your good Christmas music until December? So, here are two Holy Christmas Blues....


Shirley Caesar “Oh What a Wonderful Child”
from Gospel Stars At Christmas (Liquid 8 Records/BMG)


Albert King “I Walked All Night Long”
from Let's Have A Natural Ball Single (Modern Blues 1989) —Three in a row, from the Three Kings of the Blues....


Freddie King “Play It Cool”
from Freddie King Is a Blues Master (Cotillion 1992)


Stacy Johnson “Consider Yourself”
from Slow 'n' Moody Black & Bluesy (Pointblank Classic Records.) L —I Interviewed Stacy on air re: his benefit event at BB's in St. Louis this Sunday July 15, 3 to 6 pm. Stacy recorded "Consider yourself" with Ike Turner's band circa 1965 at age 18.


Johnnie Johnson “Talkin' woman (Stacy Johnson vocal)”
from Blue Hand Johnnie (evidence music) —Stacy recorded this song on Johnnie Johnson's first album release under Sir Johnnie's own name. Sunday's benefit will include Soulard Blues Band, Ground Floor Band, and Roland Johnson.


R. L. Burnside “Miss Maybelle”
from Burnside On Burnside (Fat Possum Records) R  —Burnside, live!


Chuck Berry “Almost Grown”
from The Chess Box (Chess 1988) —Since this is summertime, we're in St. Louis, and it's Friday afternoon, here's a set of rockers.....


The Rolling Stones “Jumpin' Jack Flash (Live)”
from Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! (Remastered) (ABKCO (US) 2009) —The Stones' "Ya-Ya's" album consists of recordings from 1969 at Madison Square Garden. On this tour, the Stones' shows were opened by Ike & Tina Turner and B. B. King...wow!


The Rolling Stones “Carol (Live)”
from Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! (Remastered) (ABKCO (US) 2009) —The "Ya-Ya's" album is ragged and raw, just like the Stones should be. Here they tear it up on a Chuck Berry classic.


Ike And Tina Turner “What you see”
from Ike & Tina Turner's Greatest Hits Volume 1 (Saja Records) L —Due to the audience sounds, this cut sounds as if it is a live recording.


Stacy Mitchhart Band “Intro”
from Live From B. B. King's (Dr. Sam Records) —Stacy Mitchhart Band will appear at BB's in St. Louis on Friday, July 20 10 pm. They are from Memphis, and do excellent, tight southern soul and blues. Good horns and keyboards.


Sauce Boss “Killer Tone”
from Live at the Green Parrot (Burning Disk 2012) N


John Nemeth “Ain't too old”
from Blues Live (Artist 2012) N


Johnny Winter “It's my own fault (live)”
from The Best of Johnny Winter (Columbi/Legacy 2001) —Johnny Winter and Rick Derringer doing a sizzling blues guitar duet on tour in 1970/1971.

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