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Spinitron - KDHX: Blues in the Night Fri Aug 24th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Blues in the Night (Music)

Fri Aug 24th 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

4:00pm

Jimmy Rogers “Rock This House”
from Chess Blues Guitar / Two Decades Of Killer Fretwork, 1949-1969 (MCA Chess) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for the mighty Art Dwyer today on Blues In The Night. Thanks, Art, fer inviting me! Big thanks to Lynn Barlar for helping me give away a pile of tickets! ; - )

4:02pm

Big Joe Williams “King's Highway”
from Juke Joints 3 (JSP Records)

4:07pm

Roosevelt Sykes “Jailbait”
from The Honeydripper (Prestige/Bluesville 2007)

4:10pm

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

4:16pm

Soulard Blues Band. “Harlem nocturne”
from In The Soulyard (King Solomon Records 1995) L —The Soulard Blues Band is playing tonight at the Forest Park Boathouse and also tomorrow at the Blues City Deli.

4:24pm

Tad Robinson “Full Attention Blues”
from Back In Style (Severn Records 2010) —Tad Robinson appeared earlier this week at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups in St. Louis, and it was the first time I've seen him. He is a talented blues and soul vocalist and harp player from Indianapolis.

4:28pm

Magic Sam Blues Band “I have the same old blues”
from Black Magic (Delmark Records)

4:34pm

Morry Sochat & The Special 20s “I'm in love.”
from Swingin' Shufflin' Smokin' (Special 20 Publishing 2010) —Will appear at the Blues City Deli Street Fest Saturday afternoon Sept 22.

4:37pm

The 44S “Goin' to the Church”
from Boogie Disease (Rip Cat 2010) —Also will appear at the Blues City Deli Street Fest Sept 22.

4:43pm

Otis Rush And His Band “My Love Will Never Die (alternate)”
from The Cobra Records Story (Capricorn Records)

4:48pm

Magic Sam “Look Whatcha Done”
from The Cobra Records Story (Capricorn Records)

4:51pm

Koko Taylor “Insane Asylum”
from Willie Dixon The Chess Box (MCA Records 1988)

5:02pm

James Brown “Funky President”
from Reality (Polydor 1974)

5:07pm

The Bo-Keys “Doin' It To Death”
from The Royal Sessions (Yellow Dog Records 2004)

5:16pm

Curtis Salgado “Love Man”
from Soul Shot (Alligator Performing 2012) N  —Curtis Salgado will be at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups in St. Louis on Sept 2 2012.

5:23pm

Tom Hall “Worn Out Engine”
from Right Down There on Lee Street (self 2005) L —There will be a jazz jam benefit for Kevin Kelley at BB's on Sunday Aug 26 4 to 8pm. Tom Hall will also perform, so here's a Tom Hall cover of an old Blind Boy Fuller tune.

5:31pm

Levon Helm “A Train Robbery”
from Dirt Farmer (Vanguard 2007) —Levon Helm died earlier this year. This is a story song of the Blue Cut robbery by the James Gang on Sept 7 1881. It's a fine bone-chilling rendition of wonderfully blood-curdling lyrics written by Paul Kennerley.

5:39pm

Style Band “Party jam”
from 45 (Clearview Records 1984) L —Catfish Tolley and the Style Band are appearing tonight 9pm - 1am at the 1860 Saloon in Soulard.

5:50pm

Big Maybelle “One Monkey Don't Stop No Show”
from The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949 - 1957 (epic/Okeh/Legacy)

5:53pm

Paul Gayten “Cow cow blues”
from The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949 - 1957 (epic/Okeh/Legacy) R  —Gabriel, the man, and I mean the MAN, tells me that this was a big hit for Paul Gayten back in the early 50s. And, Gabriel requested I play this today for him. Glad to oblige, Boss!

5:56pm

Gabriel “Gabriel, blow your horn, part 2”
from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording Co 2010) L

6:01pm

Albert King “I won't be hanging around”
from Chess Blues Guitar (MCA Chess) L

6:03pm

Earl Hooker “Guitar rumba”
from Chess Blues Guitar (MCA Chess)

6:08pm

Dorothy Love Coates and The Original Gospel Harmonettes “(You can't hurry God) He's right on time”
from The Best of Dorothy Love Coates and The Original Gospel Harmonettes (Specialty Records/Fantasy Inc. 1991) —Scorchin', tongues-of-fire Holy Blues from the golden age of Gospel.

6:11pm

Chuck Berry “Nadine”
from Chess Box Set (MCA Chess 1988) L —Here in St. Louis, as a matter of fact, we DO know how to rock and roll.

6:16pm

Ike Turner “The new breed (part 1)”
from Ike's Instrumentals (Ace 1955) R L —For the nice listener who requested an Ike Turner instrumental, here's a two-parter! ; - )

6:18pm

Ike Turner “The new breed (part 2)”
from Ike's Instrumentals (Ace 1955) R L

6:22pm

John Primer “Cryin' for your love”
from The Real Deal (Atlantic Recording Corp)

6:25pm

J.B. Hutto “Blues Do Me a Favor”
from Slidewinder (Delmark 1990)

6:30pm

Snooky Pryor & Mel Brown “Dirty Rat”
from Double Shot! CD Album (Electro-Fi Records 2000) R  —A listener requested something featuring some mean harmonica, so here ya go!

6:38pm

Johnny Winter “Broke Down Engine”
from Progressive Blues Experiment (Remastered) (Capitol Records/EMI 2005) —A cut Johnny recorded in 1967 featuring the National resonator guitar, originally released in 1969. Johnny will appear at the Wildey Theatre in Edwardsville IL on Wed Sept 12. See their website for details.

6:42pm

The 44S “Cocaine”
from Americana (Rip Cat Records) —Again, appearing Saturday afternoon Sept 22 at the Blues City Deli Street Fest.

6:46pm

Morry Sochat & The Special 20s “She's A Betty”
from Eatin' Dirt (Galaxie Records 2008) —Also appearing Saturday Sept 22 at the Deli Street Fest.

6:51pm

John Lee Hooker “Time is marching”
from I'm John Lee Hooker (Vee-Jay Records) —This album was originally released in 1959 by Vee-Jay Records, and is classic Hooker.

6:55pm

Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “We're Outta Here”
from The Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Alligator Records 1996) —Thanks fer listenin', and congratulations to all the ticket winners.


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