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CURRENT PLAYLIST

Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu May 28th 2015 7.00am–10.00am

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

Time zone: central

8:01am

M.I.A. “Paper Planes”
from Kala (XL Interscope 2007) —I haven't played this one in a long time. I love the use of the Clash sample from "Straight To Hell" on this.

8:00am

Death In Vegas “Girls”
from Lost in Translation ST (Emperor Norton 2003) —Music bed.

7:59am

The O'Jahs “Roadside '75”
from Riding Through The Ghetto...Superfly Soul (Union Square 2005) —Music bed. 1969 soul and funk instrumental out of Nashville. Not to be confused with the Ojays.

7:56am

Joe Tex “Show Me”
from The Love You Save/I've Got To Do A Little Better (Connoisseur 2001) —1967 Dial recording written by Joe Tex and produced by Buddy Killen.

7:53am

Sam & Dave “You Don't Know What You Mean to Me”
from I Thank You Single (Atlantic 1968) —Penned by Steve Cropper and Eddie Floyd.

7:50am

Gregory Porter “Hey Laura”
from Liquid Spirit (Blue Note 2013) —Great week for announcements of upcoming concerts in St. Louis. Gregory Porter will be at the Touhill Performing Arts Center in 2016 (February 6). Hey, it never hurts to plan ahead.

7:49am

Horace Silver “The Jody Grind” (Blue Note 1966) —Music bed. Instrumental composed by Horace Silver.

7:46am

The Staple Singers “For What It’s Worth”
from Freedom Highway CD Album (Legacy 1965) —Hard to believe I haven't played this song in almost 18 months. Soul gospel version of the Buffalo Springfield song written by Stephen Stills.

7:43am

Frederick Knight “I've Been Lonely for So Long”
from Stax Groove Masters - Vol. 1 (Warner Music France 1972) —This 1972 Stax recording has it all - a great falsetto vocal, a recitation mid-song, response backing vocals, and a guitar figure reminiscent of a Buffalo Springfield song.

7:40am

The Bo-Keys “Sundown on Beale”
from Got To Get Back! (Electraphonic 2011) —Music bed. Memphis soul instrumental with a slow groove.

7:36am

Boz Scaggs “There's a Storm a Comin'”
from A Fool To Care (429 www.429records.com 2015) N  —Gorgeous song written by English singer-songwriter Richard Hawley and featuring Paul Franklin on pedal steel.

7:33am

Saun & Starr “In The Night”
from Look Closer (Daptone 2015) N  —Really fine soul ballad written by Bosco Mann and Neal Sugarman.

7:30am

Monophonics “Lying Eyes”
from Sound of Sinning (Transistor Sound www.transistorsound.com 2015) N  —Monophonics will be appearing at the Old Rock House next Saturday (6/6). Also on the bill is Alanna Royale.

7:26am

Brother Jack McDuff “Blowin' In The Wind”
from Tobacco Road (Atlantic 1967) —Music bed. Instrumental version of the Bob Dylan song.

7:20am

Bob Dylan “Ballad of a Thin Man”
from Highway 61 Revisited (Columbia www.columbiarecords.com 1965) —Bob Dylan turned 74 this week. This album was recorded in six days which is kind of amazing..

7:18am

Sister Rosetta Tharpe “Two Little Fishes, Five Loaves of Bread”
from Gospel Train (Verve 1962) —Vocal tour de force on this gospel song written by Bernie Hanighen who also wrote jazz songs covered by everybody from Miles Davis and Thelonius Monk to Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughn.

7:15am

B.B. King “Gonna Miss You Around Here”
from The Vintage Years (Ace 2002) —This goes out in tribute to B.B. King who passed away two weeks ago. This 1962 track was written by B.B. King and Joe Josea and went to #17 on the R&B charts.

7:12am

Lee Allen “Tic Toc”
from Gumbo Ya Ya: The Cosimo Matassa Story (Proper 2012) —Music bed. 1957 instrumental by the tenor sax player who played on many recordings with Fats Domino and Little Richard.

7:10am

The Blasters “I'm Shakin'”
from Testament: The Complete Slash Recordings (1981-1985) (Rhino 2002) —Written by Rudy Toombs and originally recorded by Little Willie John. This version was recorded in 1981 and features the vocals of Phil Alvin.

7:07am

Esther Phillips “Fever (Single Version)”
from Esther Phillips: The Atlantic Years (Rhino 2006) —Eddie Cooley and John Davenport composed this jazz standard and this version was recorded in 1966.

7:04am

Little Willie John “Spasms”
from The King Sessions 1958-1960 CD Comp (Ace 2005) —This 1958 b-side was penned by Otis Blackwell and Henry Glover.

7:02am

Roy Hamilton “Crazy Feelin'”
from Don't Let Go (Cherry Red/Shout! 2006) —Written by Bobby Sharp and recorded in 1958.

7:00am

The Sugarman 3 “Dirty Water”
from What the World Needs Now (Daptone Records 2012) —Music bed. Instrumental soul version of the Standells garage rock classic.


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