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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Jan 13th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Jan 13th 2013 6.00pm–8.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Oliver Nelson, King Curtis & Jimmy Forrest “Blues for M.f.”
from Soul Battle (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1961) (Status 1960) —This was from the original LP without bonus tracks


Ghost Mountain “Tennessee Line”
from Live At The DownHome Pickin' Parlor (WETS-FM 2002) —Live at the Little Chicago Blues Festival April 28 2001


Ghost Mountain “Play Something Sweet”
from Live At The DownHome Pickin' Parlor (WETS-FM 2002) —Allen Toussant song, Allen's bday is tomorrow


Irma Thomas “Cry On”
from Safe With Me & Irma Thomas LIve (Paula Records 1991) —originally found on the Irma Thomas Live LP, recorded in 1977 at The Kingfish Club in Baton Rouge.


Albert Castiglia “Bad Year Blues”
from These Are the Days (Blues Leaf 2008)


Floyd Cramer “Flip Flop And Bop”
from The Best of Floyd Cramer (RCA 1964)


Robert Lockwood Jr. “Little Boy Blue”
from That's All Right - When The Sun Goes Down, Volume 4 (BMG 2002) —from way back....1941


Little Richard “Get Rich Quick”
from That's All Right - When The Sun Goes Down, Volume 4 (BMG 2002) —from 1951.


Ernestine Allen “Never Make Your Move Too Soon” (Concord Jazz, Inc 1981) —with piano courtesy of Monty Alexander


Teresa James and the Rhythm Tramps “I Can Do Better”
from Come On Home (Jesi-Lu Records 2012) N


Roy Rogers “Calm Before The Storm”
from Split Decision (BLIND PIGRECORDS 2009)


Steve Guyger “Bricks In My Pillow”
from Past Life Blues (Severn Records 1999) —the old Robert Nighthawk classic, performed by one of the blues more unrecognized talents.


The Radio Kings “Money In Her Pocket”
from Money Road (Bullseye Blues & Jazz www.rounder.com 1998)


Pat Boyack & The Prowlers “I'll Be the Joker”
from Super Blue & Funky (Bullseye Blues 1997) —featuring the vocals of Spencer Thomas


Mighty Joe Young “Why, Baby?”
from Blues With A Touch Of Soul (Delmark 1998) —Joe Young was an talented musician who's career was unfortunately derailed by health issues.


Debbie Davies “How Long Till I Win Your Love?”
from Picture This (blind pig www.rounder.com 1993) —Debbie's 1st album under her own name.


SOULARDBLUES BAND “Shot from the Saddle”
from Gone (King Solomon Records 1990) —recorded at the Great Grizzly Bear Restaurant and Night Club in Spring of 1990.


Memphis Slim “5 O'Clock Blues”
from The Come Back (Delmark 2002) —originally recorded for United Records in 1953.


David Krull “Notes From Home”
from Can't Let Go (Missouri Slow Krull Music 2005) L


Ann Rabson w/ Bob Margolin “Anywhere You Go”
from Not Alone (VizzTone Label Group 2012) N


W.C. Clark “Someday”
from Lover's Plea (Black Top unk 1998) —one of the elder statesmen of Austin, Texas' blues/R&B scene.

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