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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Jan 27th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Jan 27th 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


Little Anthony & Sugar Ray “Danger Zone”
from Take It From ME` (Tone-Cool Records tonecool.com 1994) —Great job by Sugar Ray Norcia and the piano of Anthony Geraci on a Mercy Dee Walton tune


Sax Gordon “You Knock Me Out” (Bullseye Blues And Jazz rounder.com 2000) —also had Sugar Ray and Duke Robilard


Frankie Lee, Doug Newby & The Bluzblasters “CAN'T TAKE NO MORE”
from Sooner Or Later (Flying Fish 1992) —Tune written by Ted Taylor


Frankie Lee, Doug Newby & The Bluzblasters “DON'T LIE”
from Sooner Or Later (Flying Fish 1992) —Another Ted Taylor song


Ted Taylor “Be Ever Wonderful” (Solpugdits Records) —Sending this out to one of the radio legends, MR Bernie Hayes, who always closed his show with this tune


Johnny Neel “Right Out The Window”
from Every Kinda Blues (Silverwolf 2012)


Popa Chubby “HEY JOE”
from The Essential Popa Chubby (BLIND PIGRECORDS 2010) —Lots of Rockers and Bluesmen have had fun with this Billy Roberts song


Crankshaft and the Gear Grinders “Leavin' This Town”
from Junkyard Rhythm (SlabTown Music Productions 2011) —Crankshaft is Alex Larson out of Minneapolis; playing at BBs Jazz, Blues & Soup tonight, on his way to Memphis for the IBCs.


Randy McAllister “When I Get Back Home”
from Dope Slap Soup (Reaction Records 2007) —Randy is back at BBs this week, Jan 30th.


William Clarke & Junior Watson “I'm A Wild Man”
from Double Dealin' (Bluebeat Music 2010) —recorded 1983


The Mannish Boys “Everybody Needs Somebody”
from Double Dynamite (DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS 2012) —Finis Tasby is singing here; unfortunately he's suffered a debilitating stroke a month or so ago.


Home Cookin' “Brown Sugar Baby featuring Brenda Boykin”
from Afrobilly Soul Stew (Blue Dot Records 2000)


Little Milton “Grits Ain't Groceries”
from Greatest Hits - The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection (MCA 1997) —a very nice rendering of Titus Turner's tune "All Around the World (Grits Ain't Groceries)"


Jimmy McCracklin “Girl Stealer”
from High On The Blues (Fantasy Records 1992) —originally recorded for Stax Records


Marion James & The Hypnotics “Mean Time Man”
from Marion James & The Hypnotics (Appaloosa Records 1994) —Marion is a longtime R&B singer from Nashville.


The Insomniacs “Maybe Sometime Later”
from At Least I'm Not With You (Delta Groove 2009)


Rick Holmstrom “Lovin' Ways”
from Gonna Get Wild (Tone-Cool Records tonecool.com 2000)


George Friend “Juicy”
from Looka Here (Blues Leaf 2004)


Otis Spann “Come On”
from The Blues Never Die (Fantasy Records 1990) —recorded with the Muddy Waters' band, with Muddy billed as "Dirty Rivers"


Billy Boy Arnold “Been Gone Too Long”
from Eldorado Cadillac (Alligator Records 1995)


The Mojo Roots “It's Over”
from What Kind of Fool (Mojo Roots 2013) N L —nice band from Columbia, Missouri

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