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Spinitron - KDHX: Bittersweet Melody Wed Oct 27th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Bittersweet Melody (Music)

Wed Oct 27th 2010 5.00am–7.00am

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

Time zone: central


Love “Live and Let Live”
from Forever Changes (Elecktra 1967)


John Mellencamp “Thinking About You”
from No Better Than This CD Album (Rounder www.rounder.com 2010) N  —John Mellencamp will be at the Fox on Saturday, November 6.


Justin Townes Earle “Christchuch Woman”
from Harlem River Blues (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2010) N  —Nominee for my song of the year. Great album.


Lefty Frizzell “Saginaw, Michigan”
from Look What Thoughts Will Do (Columbia Legacy 1997)


Merle Haggard “If We Make It Through December”
from Down Every Road, 1962-94 (CAPITOL NASHVILLE 1996)


Jamey Johnson “Lonely At The Top”
from The Guitar Song (Mercury 2010) N  —A former Marine, this double album is his 3rd to date ...


Dierks Bentley “Senor (Tales of Yankee Power)”
from Up On the Ridge CD Album (Capitol Records 2010) N  —A Dylan cover finishes this set of traditional country artists, old and new.


Elizabeth & The Catapult “You and Me”
from The Other Side of Zero (Verve Forecast 2010) N  —From the 2nd album released this week by this band fronted by Elizabeth Ziman, a classically trained pianist.


Kathryn Calder “If Only You Knew”
from Are You My Mother? (File Under Music 2010) N  —Kathryn Calder is also in the New Pornographers (doesn't hurt that she's AC Newman's niece). She's also in the band Immaculate Machine. This is from her debut solo album.


Joy Division “Twenty Four Hours”
from Closer (Collector's Edition) (Rhino/Warner Bros. 2007) —Originally released in 1980.


The Hours “All in the Jungle”
from It's Not How You Start, It's How You Finish (Adeline Records 2010) N  —From the 3rd album of this London based band.


The Band “Look Out Cleveland”
from The Band (Capitol Records 1969) —Starting a set of songs released in 1969 ...


Blind Faith “Presence of the Lord”
from Blind Faith (Polydor 1969) —Quite possibly the best song Eric Clapton has ever written.


The Beatles “The End”
from Abbey Road CD Album (Apple 1969)


The Moondoggies “Tidelands” (Hardly Art 2010) N  —From the Seattle band's 2nd album on Hardly Art, a subsidiary of Sub Pop.


The Moondoggies “We Can't All Be Blessed”
from Tidelands (Hardly Art 2010) N


Frontier Ruckus “Nerves of the Night Mind”
from Deadmalls and Nightfalls CD Album (Ramseur 2010) N  —Frontier Ruckus will be at Off Broadway next Tuesday, November 2.


Doug Paisley “What I Saw”
from Constant Companion (No Quarter 2010) N  —With Leslie Feist (Feist, Broken Social Scene) on backing vocals.


Dylan LeBlanc “Death of Outlaw Billy John”
from Pauper's Field (Rough Trade 2010) N  —From this 19 year old Shreveport, LA native whose father, James LeBlanc, is a long time session player at Muscle Shoals studios.


Wye Oak “A Lawn to Mow”
from If Children (Merge Records 2008) —Wye Oak will be at the Old Rockhouse tonight!


Downpilot “All the Ghosts Will Walk”
from They Kind of Shine (Tapete Records 2009)


The Wrens “She Sends Kisses”
from The Meadowlands (Absolutely Kosher 2003)


Cory Chisel & the Wandering Sons “Angel of Mine”
from Death Won't Send a Letter (Black Seal / RCA 2009) —Cory Chisel will be at the Firebird this Saturday night, October 30.


Deer Tick “Axe is Forever”
from More Fuel For the Fire (itunes only 2009) —Deer Tick will be with Band of Heathens at Off Broadway on Halloween night.


Superchunk “My Gap Feels Weird”
from Majesty Shredding (Merge 2010) N


Urge Overkill “Positive Bleeding”
from Saturation (Geffen 1993)


AA Bondy “Rapture (Sweet Rapture)”
from American Hearts (Superphonic 2007)

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