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Spinitron - KDHX: Rhythm Highways Thu Mar 27th 2014

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Rhythm Highways (Music)

Thu Mar 27th 2014 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


Snooky Pryor and Johnny Shines “Trouble In MInd”
from Back To The Country (Blind Pig Records 1991) —Blind Pig took Snooky and Johnny back to the country for a laid back session, after both men had been performing electric band-based blues for years.


Big Joe Williams and Mary Williams “Oakland Blues”
from Hear Me Howling Blues, Ballads, and Beyond (Arhoolie Records unk 2010) —..as recorded by the San Francisco Bay by Chris Strachwitz in the 1960s. This tune was recorded in Chris' cabin in 1960.


Blind Boys of Alabama “Amazing Grace”
from Live At KDHX 11/8/2011 (KDHX 2011) —recorded by KDHX's fine audio and video engineers in 2011. This is the sort of thing your donation dolllars make possible, and all these live recordings are available to you at KDXH.org


Anders Osborne “Black Tar”
from Live at KDHX 5/15/2012 (KDHX 2012) —From a solo session performed by Anders. I happened to be there that day...it was a session comprised of powerful performances.


Grant Dermody “Anacostia Two-Step”
from Crossing That River (Grant Dermody 2003) —a harmonica duet with Phil Wiggins (of Cephas & Wiggins)


The Jeremiah Johnson Band with The Sliders “Brown Eyed Senorita”
from 9th & Russell (The Jeremiah Johnson Band with he Sliders 2011) L —the laid-back side of Jeremiah Johnson.


Don Curtis And Paul Jarvis “Don't Get In a Hurry”
from Live At KDHX 5/28/2009 (KDHX 2009) L —2 of St. Louis' finest Country and roots pickers on a bluesy little number.


Chuck Mead “On a Slow Train Through Arkansas”
from Free State Serenade (Plowboy Records www.plowboyrecords.com 2014) N  —A brand new release from the former BR5-49'er. I think ol' Chuck might've been the rockin' guy in that band.


Roosevelt Sykes “Security Blues”
from Raining In My Heart (Delmark 2000) —originally recorded by United Records in 1952.


Sam & Dave “Sweet Home”
from The Best of Sam & Dave (Atlantic unk 1987) —recorded in 1965.


Otis Redding “I Can't Turn You Loose”
from Dreams to Remember: The Otis Redding Anthology (Rhino 1998) —a Volt single recorded in 1965.


Wilson Pickett “Don't Fight It”
from A Man And A Half: The Best Of Wilson Pickett (Rhino 1970) —recorded in 1965 at Stax Studios, but for Atlantic Records' release.


Howlin' Wolf “Just Like I Treat You”
from Howlin' Wolf: His Best, Vol. 2 (MCA Chess 1999) —recorded in 1961


Muddy Waters “She's Into Something”
from His Best 1956 to 1964 (MCA 1997) —recorded in 1959; with James Cotton and Pat Hare on-board.


Little Walter “Crazy Mixed Up World”
from The Essential Little Walter (MCA Chess 1993) —recorded in 1959; with Luther Tucker and Fred Robinson on guitars.


Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost “She Brought Me to the Wire”
from Dana Dew - Single (Big Muddy Records 2013) L —just a nearly perfect 3 minute rock 'n' roll record.


Old 97s “The Easy Way”
from Live At KDHX 06/06/2008 (KDHX 2008) —the best way to hear Old 97's (in my opinion) - LIVE!


R.L. Burnside “Shake, Little Baby”
from Sound Machine Groove (HMG/Hightone 1997) —this tune was recorded in Oct 1979 with the Burnside family band.


North Mississippi Allstars “Meet Me In the City”
from Live At KDHX 11/16/2013 (KDHX 2013) —from one of the final sessions recorded at the Magnolia Ave studios. This is a fun session to watch - check it out at KDHX.org


Nikki Hill “Don't Cry Anymore”
from Here's Nikki Hill (Deep Fryed 2013) —with husband Matt Hill on guitar.


Alvin "Red" Tyler and the Gyros “Hey Mama (Take 6)”
from Simply Red (Westside 1998) —my oldest daughter has met Red Tyler's and Roosevelt Sykes' adult grandchildren, both via school activities. I told her it's a sign!!!


Albert Collins “I Got A Problem”
from Frostbite (Alligator 1980) —some advice from Albert for any 3-timin' folks. Don't do it!


Lyndon (Lindell Hill) “Love Map”
from Memphis Soul Greats (Cream/Hi Records 1995) L —an very fine single recorded by Lindell in Memphis for Hi Records, circa 1969.


Lewis Cowdrey “Skin To Skin”
from It's Lewis (Antone's 1994) —a funky instrumental featuring guitarist Johnny Moeller.

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