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Spinitron - KDHX: Blues in the Night Fri Aug 9th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Blues in the Night (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Art Dwyer

Fri Aug 9th 2013 4.00pm–7.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Harmonica Slim & Hosea Leavy “Cold Tacos and Warm Beer” (Fedora 2000) —Eastside Slim must be sniffin' around!


Fenton Robinson “COUNTRY GIRL”
from Somebody Loan Me a Dime (Alligator Records 1974) —here's one for Tony C.


Wayne Cochran “Somebody's Been Cuttin' In On My Groove”
from Get Down With It! The White Knight Of Soul 1959-72 (Raven 2005) —The highest (and whitest) hair in R&B; this cut is from 1972.


The Junior Mance Trio “9:20 Special”
from The Soulful Piano + Big Chief!+At The Village Vanguard+Live Performances At Birdland (Fresh Sound Recording 2012) —originally on Junior Mance Trio at the Village Vanguard, 1961


The Temptations “Papa Was A Rollin' Stone”
from Anthology Series: The Best of the Temptations (Motown 1995) —Whew! That's how it's done! A Whitfield and Strong composition, recorded in 1972.


Sam Samudio “15 Degrees Capricorn ASC”
from Hard and Heavy (Rhino Atlantic 2013) N  —with The Dixie Flyers and The Memphis Horns, originally released (with almost no promotion) in 1971.


Little G. Weevil “Moving” (Apic/VizzTone 2013) N  —G is playing the EARLY show at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups on Thursday, Aug 15th.


The Blazers “Short Fuse” (Rounder www.rounder.com 1994) —East L.A. band...I like 'em!


Lou Courtney “Trying To Find My Woman”
from 100 Hits Northern Soul (Demon 2009) —from 1971, Buddah


Shirley Ellis “Soul Time”
from 100 Hits Northern Soul (Demon 2009) —Columbia, 1966


The Vibrations “Cause You're Mine”
from 100 Hits Northern Soul (Demon 2009) —Epic, 1968


John Nemeth “Blues Hit Big Town”
from Magic Touch (BLIND PIGRECORDS 2007) —this is the 1st to focus on the upcoming SPAH convention, coming to St. Louis 13-17 August. Society for the Preservation and Advancement of the Harmonica


Ronnie Shellist “Found You”
from 'Til Then (Fat Tone Records 2012) —Ronnie is on the bill at BBs, on Aug 13th for a Harmonica Blowoff. Nemeth is there, as well as a few more to come.


Chris Jones & Steve Baker “Soul Storm Comin'”
from Smoke and Noise (Acoustic Music 2003) —Steve Baker is one of the best harpers in the world, and he'll be at the blowout and at SPAH.


Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost “Saint Louis”
from Born There (Big Muddy www.bigmuddyrecords.com 2012) L —A set dedicated to Bob's memory, all songs I just plain like a whole lot!


Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost “Skip James' Grave”
from Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost (Big Muddy Records 2009) L


Bob Reuter “Lost Monkey”
from Live at KDHX 3/4/08 (KDHX 2008) L


Howlin' Wolf “Riding In The Moonlight (Audition Acetate)”
from Howling Wolf Rides Again (Virgin 1991) —Memphis era recordings...this one goes out to Bob...here's HOWLIN' at ya!


Michael Peloquin “One Time In a Row”
from House Of Cards (Globe Records 2000) —Peloquin (sorta like Pelican) is at BBs Harmonica Blowoff, and at SPAH.


from Live In Stuttgart (KING SOLOMON Self 1999) L —Jim McClaren is working it here, and he'll be at BB's Harmonica Blowoff


Billy Branch “Grown Men Cry”
from the blues keep following me around (Polydor/Polygram 1995) —Billy's not going to be in St. Louis, but he sure can play and sing a little!


Alvin Jett & the Phat noiZ Blues Band “Wanna Go Home”
from na (NA url) L —courtesy of Frank Bauer, recorded and ready for release back in 2009, album is in the can and even titile - Time To Fly. Call in and let Frank and myself know what you think of this tune. Let Frank know when you run into him. This is a good one!


Larry Davis “I'm A Rollin' Stone”
from I Ain't Beggin' Nobody (evidence music 1993) L —recorded back around 1985, with Oliver Sain, Phil Westmoreland, Ronnie Guyton and Keith Robinson


The James Cotton Band “One More Mile”
from 100 Cotton (Universe 1993) —originally released in 1974 on Buddah. Matt Guitar Murphy on, well, guitar.


Candido “Tic Tac Toe”
from Blue Funk (EMI 2001) —originally released on the "Beautiful" LP


Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters “I'D RATHER GO BLIND”
from Just For Today (Stony Plain Records 2013) N  —features Dian Blues on vocals for this cut only. Remainder of the album is instrumental. It was recorded "live".


HowellDevine “Harmonica Wobble #2”
from Jumps, Boogies & Wobbles (Arhoolie Records unk 2013) N  —1st new blues recording by Arhoolie Records since 1986 or so.


Tiny Bradshaw and His Orchestra “The Train Kept A-Rollin'”
from The E.P. Collection Plus (See For Miles Records 1999) —from 1951


ZZ Hill “You Can't Hide A Heartache”
from The Down Home Soul Of Z.Z. Hill with the Maxwell Davis Orchestra (Ace 1992) —Arzell Hill, cut was recorded for Kent in 1966.


Roosevelt Sykes “St. James Infirmary Blues”
from Live At Webster Colege, St. Louis, 1974 (Document 2011) —Sykes tells us a little history of the tune before launching into it.

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