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Spinitron - KDHX: Down Yonder Sat Apr 27th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Down Yonder (Music)

Sat Apr 27th 2013 11.00am–1.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Red Clay Ramblers “Way Down Yonder”
from Yonder Single (Red Clay Ramblers www.redclayramblers.com 1997)


John Reischman “Joe Ahr's Dream”
from Walk Along John (Corvus 2013) N  —Great new CD from mandolin master Reischman backed by top-notch players.


Del McCoury “High On A Mountain”
from High Lonesome and Blue (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2004)


The Boxcars “You Took All The Ramblin' Out of Me”
from It's Just a Road (Mountain Home 2013) N  —The third release by Mountain Heart continues their streak of excellence.


Dailey & Vincent “When I Stop Dreaming”
from Brothers of the Highway (Rounder www.rounder.com 2013) N  —When it comes to the close harmony singing style of the Louvins, Dailey & Vincent are as good as anyone.


Mark Schatz “Oh My Little Darlin'”
from Brand New Old Tyme Way (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 1995) —Mark step-dances behind the fiddle and vocals of Tim O'Brien. Yeah!


The New Bad Habits “Shades of Death Creek” (New Bad Habits 2013) N L —Strong stringband music from Chirps Smith, Dave Landreth, Tim Foss, and Andy Gribble.


Dirk Powell “Waterbound”
from Time Again (Rounder Select 2004) —The flooding caused by snowmelt and spring rains put me in mind of this one.


Bryan Sutton, David Holt & T. Michael Coleman “Travelin' Man”
from Ready For The Times (High Windy Audio 2013) N  —Three of Doc Watson's pickin' pals team up for a CD inspired by the man who continues to inspire us all. Bless you, Doc.


The Gibson Brothers “I'll Work It Out”
from They Called It Music (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com 2013) N  —I really like the Gibson Brothers. This song is just one example why.


Alan Bibey & Wayne Benson “Crazy Creek”
from The Mandolin Chronicles (Pinecastle 2013) N  —Mando men Bibey and Benson tear it up on "Crazy Creek." This is how it's done right here.


Peter Rowan “Mountain Man's Dream”
from The Old School (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com 2013) N  —Track for track, this is my favorite Peter Rowan album since DUST BOWL CHILDREN.


Steve Martin and Edie Brickell “Sarah Jane and The Iron Mountain Baby”
from Love Has Come For You (Rounder www.rounder.com 2013) N  —Is there nothing Steve Martin can't do?


John Balch with Jim Wood “Allendale”
from Carry On John (Whipporwill Records 2002) —This is one of my favorite clawhammer banjo albums. Every track is a treat.


Don Rigsby “The Mountain Doctor”
from Doctor's Orders: A Tribute to Ralph Stanley (Rebel Records www.rebelrecords.com 2013) N  —Don Rigsby salutes his main inspiration, Dr. Ralph Stanley. It's a cliche, but yes, this is just what the doctor ordered.


Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X-Press “Lonesome River”
from Bluegrass Melodies (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2007) —Bobby Osborne shows how to sing a Stanley Brothers song.


Mark Newton & Steve Thomas “The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee”
from Reborn (Pinecastle 2013) N  —Ricky Skaggs helps out on this great old song.


Jack Lawrence “Ten Miles to Deep Gap”
from Arthel's Guitar (Jack Lawrence 2013) N  —"Is that a real tune, or did you just make that up yourself" said someone once to Jack Lawrence and Doc Watson


Maya and the Ruins “Wildflowers”
from Take This Song With You (Maya and the Ruins Music 2012) N  —Jim Nelson recommended this CD to me. And when Jim Nelson recommends something, you can bet it's good.


Caleb Klauder & Reeb Willms “Gathering Flowers”
from Oh Do You Remember (West Sound Records 2012) —Reeb's name backwards spells "Beer." That and her evocative way with a song are just two of the things to like about her.


Mike Compton “Forever Has Come To An End”
from Rotten Taters (Mike Compton 2011) —Mike Compton is a great American roots artist. If he wanted to back himself with a bunch of tattooed twentysomethings on bass and drums, he could be as big as Wilco. He would never do that.


The Lulus “Can't Live With 'Em”
from Shout Lulu Shout (Green Strum Records 2012) L —The Lulus appear with The Carper Family at Off Broadway on Tuesday, May 7.


The Carper Family “Cold, Dark and Lonely”
from Back When (self 2012) —With The Lulus at Off Broadway, Tuesday, May 5. If only Cindy Cashdollar was touring with them. Her work on the Weissenborn guitar makes this song.


The Vern Williams Band “Can't You Hear Me Calling?”
from Traditional Bluegrass (Arhoolie Records unk) R  —Jim Wills wanted to hear the Monroe version, but I didn't have it with me. As far as compromises go, having to settle for the Vern Williams Band's version isn't too bad.


Flatt Lonesome “Does My Ring Burn Your Finger”
from Flatt Lonesome (Pisgah Ridge crossroadsmusic.comurl 2013) N  —My wife and I celebrated our 26th wedding anniversary this week. This dedication before this song was a joke.


John Hartford “You Won't Asked To”
from Gum Tree Canoe (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 1987) —"So let the world call me a fool, if things are right between me and you, that's all that matters and I'll do anything you asked me to."


Emmylou Harris “Wayfaring Stranger”
from Roses in the Snow CD Album (Warner Bros. 1980) R  —I have never heard a bad version of this song. This one ranks as one of the best.


Dry Branch Fire Squad “Golden Ring”
from Dry Branch Fire Squad: 30th Anniversary Special (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2007) —In memory of the great George Jones.


Mike Auldridge “Take Me”
from Bluegrass Dobro (Welk Music Group - X5 Music Group 2012) —Thanks, Lane Gray, for requesting this one.


Ralph Stanley and George Jones “The Window Up Above”
from Clinch Mountain Country (Rebel 1998)


The Grascals “Choices”
from Keep On Walkin' (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2008) —See you yonder, Possum!

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