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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Feb 6th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Feb 6th 2011 6.00pm–8.00pm

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Time zone: central


The Earthworms “Fishtail”
from Mo Betta': St. Louis R&B 1956 - 1966 (Sequel Records) L —Hound Dog Brown in filling in for Bruce B. on this Superbowl Sunday edition of Chicken Shack Alley. All cuts I'm playing are instumentals. "The Earthworms" are actually St. Louis' own Oliver Sain and Little Milton Campbell ! ; - )


U.P. Wilson “Soul king shuffle”
from Texas Blues Party (EasyDisc)


Rich McDonough Band “A minor thing”
from Rich McDonough Band (self-released 2002) L —This cut, written by Rich McDonough, showcases his stellar guitar playing. Catch Rich with the Rough Grooves Band here in St. Louis.


David Krull “Notes from Home”
from Can't Let Go (Missouri Slow Krull Music 2005) L —Dave Krull made this CD in 2005 when he was home in St. Louis for an extended spell.


David Krull “Sweet sugar shuffle”
from Can't Let Go (Missouri Slow Krull Music 2005) L


Johnnie Johnson “Slidin' serenade”
from Rockin' Eighty-Eights (Modern Blues Recordings 1991) L —Tom Maloney's guitar is the one doing all the "slidin'" on this cut. See Tom playing around town with the Soulard Blues Band.


Ron Levy “Gimme a break”
from Deep Blue (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com)


Dave Meyers “Dave's Boogie Guitar”
from You Can't Do That (Black top records)


Snooky Pryor “Walkin' With Snooky”
from Too Cool to Move (Antone's Records & Tapes 1991)


Dave Myers “Legs Up”
from You Can't Do That (Black Top 2006)


Earl Hooker “Can't Hold Out Much Longer”
from The Moon Is Rising (Arhoolie Records unk 1998)


Earl Hooker “Little Carey's Jump”
from The Moon Is Rising (Arhoolie Records unk 1998) —Carey Bell plays terrific harmonica on this cut.


Illinois Jacquet & His Big Band “Blues From Louisiana (LP Version)”
from Jacquet's Got It (Atlantic Recording Corp 2005)


Roomful of Blues “Straight Jaquette”
from Standing Room Only (Alligator 2005) —This song, written by Roomful of Blues saxman Rich Lataille, is a nicely done tribute piece to Illinois Jacquet's sax style (though Rich misspelled his name in the title! ; - )


SOULARDBLUES BAND “West end blues”
from Live At The Great Grizzly Bear (King Solomon Records 1998) L —Our St. Louis homeboys, with Brian Casserly tearin' it up on trumpet on this old King Oliver classic.


Erskine Oglesby “Back At BB's”
from Blues Dancin' (Black & Tan Records 2000) L —Another hometown fave, and dy-no-mite saxman, who died a few years back.


Ike Turner & His Kings of Rhythm “The gulley”
from Ike's Instrumentals (Ace Records 2000) L —Ike and crew in 1962!


Magic Sam Blues Band “San-Ho-Zay”
from Black Magic (Delmark Records)


Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm “Swanee River boogie”
from HERE & NOW (IKON Records)

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