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Spinitron - KDHX: Interstate Fri Dec 7th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Interstate (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Pat Wolfe

Fri Dec 7th 2012 10.00am–12.00pm

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

Time zone: central


The Yayhoos “Highway Junkie”
from Rig Rock Deluxe A Musical Salute to the American Truck Driver (Upstart Records 1996) —If you are traveling the Interstate, you must be a Highway Junkie!


Terry Anderson and the Olympic Ass-Kickin Team “Purple GTO”
from Terry Anderson and the Olympic Ass-Kickin Team (DoubleNaught Records 2005) —this cut features Yayhoo Anderson solo, but with buddies Baird and Ambel on guitars.


Steve Earle “Transcendental Blues”
from Live From Austin TX November 12 2000 (New West Records www.newwestrecords.com 2008) —Yayhoo Ambel joined Earle's band and is heard here on guitar.


Shaver “Mother Trucker”
from Rig Rock Deluxe A Musical Salute to the American Truck Driver (Upstart Records 1996) —Yayhoo Christopher is playing bass guitar in this band, which includes Bill Joe Shaver & Eddy Shaver.


Eric Ambel & Roscoes Gang “Way Outside”
from Loud & Lonesome (East Side Digital 1995) —Yayhoo Ambel's band, with this track being co-written with fellow Yayhoos Anderson and Baird.


Bottle Rockets “Idiot's Revenge”
from The Brooklyn Side (East Side Digital 1995) L —the album was produced by Yayhoo Ambel, who played several instruments throughout.


The Yayhoos “Oh! Chicago”
from Fear Not the Obvious (Bloodshot Records www.bloodshotrecords.com 2001) —Rock 'n' Roll - the good kind!


The Georgia Satellites “Don't Pass Me By”
from Open All Night (Elektra/Asylum 1988) —yes, Ringo's tune. Yayhoo Baird's old band...this cut features Ian McLagan on piano.


Jason And The Scorchers “Where Bridges Never Burn”
from A Blazing Grace (Mammoth Records 1995) —The Scorchers feature Warner Hodges on guitar, who also came to play in Yayhoo Baird's "Homemade Sin" band.


Terry Anderson “Rock and Roll Girlfriend”
from I'll Drink To That (The Not Lame Recording Company 2000) —Yayhoo Anderson again, front his Olympic Ass-Kickin' Team


Eric Ambel “Don't Wanna Be Your Friend”
from Roscoe's Gang (Enigma Records 1988) —Yayhoo Ambel's solo project after splitting from The Del-Lords, although this cut is an old Del-Lords song.


The Georgia Satellites “Another Chance”
from In the Land of Salvation and Sin (Elektra Entertainment 1989) —Yayhoo Baird's old band again. Hats off to Woody and Ronnie Lane (oh, that Faces influence), and Ian McLagan plays keys throughout the album.


The Yayhoos “Everything/Anything”
from Put the Hammer Down (Lakeside Lounge Records 2006) —The Yayhoos theme, tellin' you a lil' 'bout themselves. Produced by Yayhoo Ambel and recorded at Cowboy Technical Services in NYC.


Dan Baird “Julie And Lucky”
from Love Songs for the Hearing Impaired (Def American Recordings, Inc. 1992) —solo work from Yayhoo Baird, with Yayhoo Christopher also in the band (as is former GA Satellite Mauro Magellan.)


Steve Earle “Steve's Last Ramble”
from Transcendental Blues (E-Squared, LLC/Artemis Records 2000) —Yayhoo Ambel joined up with Earle's band.


Bottle Rockets “Dohack Joe”
from 24 Hours A Day (Atlantic 1997) —the album was produced by Yayhoo Ambel, who also played "Linus" piano on this cut (sounds like Linus from The Peanuts cartoons.)


Jason And The Scorchers “I Really Don't Want To Know”
from Both Sides Of The Line (EMI Records 1996) —features Warner Hodges on guitar, yada yada Yayhoo Baird's Homemade Sin. The cut was originally released on "Lost and Found" in 1985, and was a hit for Eddy Arnold!


Dan Baird “Hell To Pay”
from Buffalo Nickel (American Recordings 1996) —A thoughtful tune from the pen and solo work of Yayhoo Baird, with Yayhoo Christopher in-tow.


Steve Earle “Where I Lead Me”
from Townes (New West www.newwestrecords.com 2009) —included because it's a good song, and because of Earle's tie to Yayhoo Ambel.


Eric Ambel “From A Better Place”
from East Side Story, Vol. 1 (East Side Digital 1996) —Yayhoo Ambel, from a compilation featuring artists from East Side Digital (at least then, and a pretty good list of artists it was.)


Dan Baird “Memphis”
from Out Of Mothballs (Jerkin' Crocus Promotions Ltd. 2003) —album features outtakes from Yayhoo Baird's career...most of them top-notch, too.


Terry Anderson and the Olympic Ass-Kickin Team “Mr. Bus Driver Man”
from When the OAKTeam Comes to Town (doublenaughtrecords 2007) —a nice little rock 'n' roll live recording from one of Yayhoo Anderson's "other" bands.


Bottle Rockets “Get On The Bus”
from Lean Forward (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2009) L —another fine effort from the Bottle Rockets, again produced by Yayhoo Ambel, who again plays several instruments thoughout.

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