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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

12:02am

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! ; - )

12:03am

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

12:07am

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

12:24am

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

12:28am

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

12:34am

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.

12:39am

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.

12:42am

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

12:47am

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

12:49am

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

1:03am

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.

1:07am

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.

1:44am

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

2:01am

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

2:05am

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.

2:08am

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.

2:17am

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!

2:38am

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

2:42am

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

2:47am

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

2:55am

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

2:58am

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


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