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Spinitron - KDHX: Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley Mon Sep 26th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley (Music)

Mon Sep 26th 2011 12.00am–3.00am

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

Time zone: central


The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conducting “1812 Overture (Finale)”
from 1812 Overture (Columbia) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for The MAN tonight. Gabriel says he had a long and busy day, is a bit tired out after that, didn't feel 100%, so, he asked me to launch the planes off the deck of the aircraft carrier in his place! ; - )


Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working”
from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Magnum Music Group. 1998)


The Blues Brothers “Peter Gunn Theme”
from Blues Brothers Original Soundtrack (Atlantic unk 1980)


The Mighty Clouds of Joy “He's coming back”
from A Bright Side (MCA Records)


Gabriel “Gabriel, Blow Your Horn, Parts 1 & 2”
from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording & Drop Top Music 2010) L


The Eurythmics “Missionary Man”
from Ultimate Collection (Sony Music Entertainment) —Membership drive is coming up! Be a Missionary For KDHX!!! To me, "Missionary man" by the Eurhythmics is nothin' but the Holy Blues, rolled up into a slick package.


James Brown “Baby, you're right”
from James Brown - Roots Of A Revolution (Polygram Records 1995) —Recorded 1960 United Recording Studios in 1960 in Hollywood.


James Brown “This old heart”
from James Brown - Roots Of A Revolution (Polygram Records 1995) —Recorded 1959 at King Studios in Cincinnati.


Jimmy Martin and Ralph Stanley “Darling Brown Eyes”
from First Time Together (King Records)


Jimmy Martin and Ralph Stanley “I'm Going Down The Road”
from First Time Together (King Records)


B. B. King “It's a Great, Great Pleasure”
from Let The Good Times Roll - The Music Of Louis Jordan (MCA) —B. B. King, Ike Turner, and Chuck Berry are a few of the generation of musicians whose musically-formative years were heavily influenced by Louis Jordan.


The Soul Stirrers “How far am I from Canaan”
from Sam Cooke With The Soul Stirrers (Specialty Records 1991) —Sam Cooke on lead vocal for the Soul Stirrers.


Stevie Wonder “Uptight”
from Hitsville U.S.A. (Motown)


Little Richard “Hey Hey Hey Hey”
from The Essential Little Richard (Specialty Records 1985)


Little Milton Campbell “So mean to me”
from Little Milton - Greatest Hits (MCA Chess) —Milton is backed up by Oliver Sain on sax and Fontella Bass on piano on this recording from 1961 made in St. Louis.


David Dee “Leave me alone”
from It's No Secret (I. B. Records) —David Dee and his Flying V are backed up by Oliver Sain on keyboards.


Oliver Sain “London Express”
from St. Louis Breakdown - The Best of Oliver Sain (Excello 1996) L


Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble “Tin Pan Alley”
from Couldn't Stand The Weather (Epic Records/Legacy 1999) —Gabriel sure loves Stevie Ray, and Gabriel's radio show is called "Tin Pan Alley", so, there ya go!


Albert King “Angel Of Mercy”
from The Very Best of Albert King (Stax/Concord Music 1999)


Howlin’ Wolf “Moving”
from The Back Door Wolf (Chess MCA)


John Lee Hooker “Lonesome Mood”
from Best Of The Blues (MCA Records)


Snooky Pryor & Mel Brown “Dirty Rat”
from Double Shot! CD Album (Electro-Fi Records 2000)


Unknown “The National Anthem”
from unknown Single (Unknown 1964)

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