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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Apr 21st 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Rich Barta and Bruce B.

Sun Apr 21st 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

6:04pm

Joe Price “Too Little Too Late”
from Rain or Shine (Blue Acres Productions 2008) —Joe and Vicki Price are returning to St. Louis for shows on April 25th and 27th, and in Alhambra, IL the 26th.

6:09pm

J.B. Hutto and His Hawks with Sunnyland Slim “What Can You Get Outside That You Can't Get At Home”
from Hawk Squat (Delmark 1994) —the uncle of Lil' Ed Williams...can you tell?

6:12pm

Koko Taylor “Hey Baby”
from Jump for Joy (Alligator Performing 1990) —written by Derek St. Holmes (who worked with Ted Nugent.) Yes, seriously!

6:21pm

Gary Moore “Looking For Somebody”
from Blues for Greeny (Virgin 1995) —I know Rich likes Gary's music, and this is from my favorite Gary Moore album (a tribute to Peter Green)

6:29pm

Warren Haynes “Take A Bullet”
from Man In Motion (stax 2011) —the CD features Ivan Neville and Ian McLagan on keys.

6:40pm

DougMacleod “My Inlaws Are Outlaws”
from There's a Time (Reference Recordings 2013) N  —great new music from Doug, with the CD featuring Denny Crow (bass) and Jimi Bott (drums)

6:45pm

Paul Miles “Way Down Moses”
from Blue Collar Man (PauljMilesMusic 2009)

6:52pm

The Du Droppers “Little Girl Little Girl (You'd Better Stop Talking In Your Sleep)”
from Boot 'em Up (Acrobat Music 2005) —pretty rockin' cut for being cut in 1953, right!

6:55pm

The "5" Royales “Women About To Make Me Go Crazy”
from Monkey Hips And Rice The "5" Royales Anthology (Rhino 1994) —a King Records single in 1955...Lowman Pauling was a genius!

7:00pm

The Robins “Wrap It Up”
from The Coasters 50 Coastin Classics (Rhino 1992) —with a couple of line-up changes, The Robins became The Coasters...

7:03pm

The Coasters “I'm A Hog For You”
from 50 Coastin' Classics (Rhino 1992)

7:07pm

Oscar Brown, Jr. “So Help Me (A Little 3/4 For God & Co.)”
from Tells It Like It Is/In A New Moon (Sony/Collectables 2002) —originally recorded in 1963 and released on the "Tells It..." LP

7:11pm

Annie Laurie “Leave It To Me”
from The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949 - 1957 (epic/Okeh/Legacy 1993) —what a fantastic singer...worked for quite some time with Paul Gayten's band.

7:14pm

Dinah Washington “All Of Me”
from The Jazz Sides The EmArcy Jazz Series (Mercury 1976) —recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1958

7:23pm

Julien Brunetaud “Newtown Boogie”
from J.B. Boogie & Blues (Southland Records 2005) —subtitled Fine Performances of Boogie Woogie and Blues....yes, it is!

7:26pm

Carl Sonny Leyland “Teddy Bear Blues”
from A Chicago Session (Ventrella Records 2008) —The Fabulous Carl Sonny Leyland meets Joel Paterson, Beau Sample, Alex Hall - A Chicago Session - blues, hot jazz and boogie woogie classics

7:33pm

Julian Fauth “Cubist Blues”
from Ramblin' Son (Electro-Fi Records 2008) —a very talented cat hailing from Canada...given the stamp of approval from one Henry Townsend

7:38pm

Mike Morgan & The Crawl “Gypsy Lover”
from Full Moon Over Dallas (Black Top unk 1992) —group was actually billed as "The Crawl" for this album.

7:42pm

The Fabulous Thunderbirds “Rich Woman”
from The Fabulous Thunderbirds/What's The Word (BGO Records 1993) —from the 1979 debut album, often referred to as "Girls Go Wild"

7:45pm

Anson Funderburgh & Sam Myers “Monkey Around”
from That's What They Want (Black Top unk 1997) —Anson Funderburgh is back with a new group, called "4 Jacks".

7:51pm

William Clarke and the NightOwls “Steady”
from Blues From Los Angeles (1980-1991 Volume I) (Watch Dog Records 2013) N  —a real nice version of Jerry McCain's tune, featuring Hollywood Fats on guitar

7:54pm

William Clarke and the NightOwls “Out On The Road featuring Long Gone Miles”
from Blues From Los Angeles (1980-1991 Volume II) (Watch Dog Records 2013) N  —both volumes consists of pre-Alligator recordings from the William Clarke archives. Word is, the vaults are deep and full of quality material...


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