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88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu Feb 11th 2016 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


Nadine “Twilight”
from Downtown, Saturday (Undertow 1999) L —Lead vocals by Adam Reichmann.


Neil Young “From Hank to Hendrix”
from Harvest Moon CD Album (Reprise 1992) —I hope you got to see the tribute to Neil Young at Off Bradway last Saturday. It was truly a special evening.


Bob Dylan “Main Title Theme (Billy)”
from Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture) (Columbia Records 1973) —Music bed.


Dean & Britta “Silver Factory Theme”
from 13 Most Beautiful ... Songs for Andy Warhol's Screen Tests (Double Feature 2010) —Music bed.


Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers “Affection”
from The Best Of Jonathan Richman and The Modern Lovers (Rhino 1986) —Written by Jonathan Richman and recorded in 1979.


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


The Delgados “Everybody Come Down”
from Universal Audio (Chemikal Underground 2004) —Featuring the sublime vocals of Emma Pollock.


The Broken Heartbreakers “When You Don't Have Your People”
from How We Got To Now (The Broken Heartbreakers 2015) —"I shouldn't be here, I should be there with you." Highly recommended new release from the band out of Auckland, NZ.


Ry Cooder “Sunny's Tune”
from Johnny Handsome (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1989) —Music bed.


Bob Dylan “If Not For You (Alternate Version)”
from Another Self Portrait 1969-1971 Bootleg Series Vol. 10 (Columbia 2013) —Bob Dylan plays piano on this alternate take for his "New Morning" album recorded in 1970.


Rod Stewart “Tomorrow is a Long Time”
from Every Picture Tells A Story (Mercury 1971) —Written by Bob Dylan.


Eleanor Friedberger “Never is a Long Time”
from New View (Frenchkiss 2016) N  —Written by Eleanor Friedberger who clearly knows her way around a folk song. Slightly off-kilter with a beautiful melody.


Dean & Britta “Family Conference”
from The Squid & The Whale ST (Ultra 2005) —Music bed.


Lou Doillon “Where To Start”
from Lay Low (Verve www.vervemusicgroup.com 2016) N  —New release from the French singer/songwriter. She is Charlotte Gainsbourg's half-sister and the daughter of Jane Birkin and French filmmaker Jacques Doillon.


Villagers “Memoir”
from Where Have You Been All My Life? (Domino 2016) N  —Written by Conor J. O’Brien and originally recorded by Charlotte Gainsbourg in 2011.


Paul McCartney “Singalong Junk”
from McCartney (Apple 1970) —Music bed. Instrumental version of Junk composed by Paul McCartney.


Julie Fowlis “Lon-dubh (Blackbird)”
from The White Album Recovered (Mojo 2008) —You've heard the Beatles song before. But not, probably, sung in Gaelic. This collection of Beatles covers from the White Album accompanied the 09/08 issue of Mojo magazine.


Paul McCartney “Junk”
from McCartney (Apple 1970) —Gorgeous ballad written by Paul McCartney.


Earth, Wind & Fire “Got to Get You into My Life (From "The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1")”
from The Complete Columbia Masters Collection (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 2011) —RIP Maurice White, the founder and leader of Earth, Wind & Fire, who just passed away at the age of 74. Sublime Beatles cover recorded in 1976.


Booker T. & the MGs “I Want You (She's So Heavy)”
from McLemore Avenue (Stax Records unk 1970) —Music bed.


The Fame Gang “Your Good Thing (Is About to End)”
from Grits & Gravy: The Best of The Fame Gang Single (BGP Records 2015) —Music bed. I969 instrumental written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter.


Percy Sledge “Kind Woman”
from Percy Sledge: The Atlantic Recordings (Atlantic/Rhino 2010) —1969 Atlantic single written by Richie Furay of Buffalo Springfield. Producer David Johnson: "If you took all the horns off his records and replaced them with steel guitar & fiddles, you've got country songs."


Luther Dickinson “Ain't No Grave (feat. Mavis Staples)”
from Blues & Ballads (A Folksinger's Songbook), Vols. I & II (New West Records www.newwestrecords.com 2016) N  —Written by Luther Dickinson about the passing of his father, Jim Dickinson. Featuring the duet vocals of Luther Dickinson and Mavis Staples.


The Packers “Hole In the Wall”
from Late Late Party (1965-67) (Light In The Attic 2013) —Music bed. Memphis soul instrumental recorded circa 1965-1967.


Jackie Moore “Precious, Precious”
from Atlantic Soul - 1959-1975 (Rhino Handmade 2008) —Written by Jackie Moore and featuring backing by the Memphis Horns. Recorded in 1970.


The James Hunter Six “A Truer Heart”
from Hold On! (Daptone Records 2016) N  —Written by James Hunter and recorded at Daptone Records.


King Curtis “Soul Theme”
from The Complete Atco Singles (Atlantic / Real Gone Music 2015) —Music bed. 1966 Atco single instrumental penned by King Curtis.


Them “Baby Please Don't Go (Take 4)”
from Complete Them (1964-1967) (Legacy Recordings 2015) —Previously unissued take of the Joe Williams composition recorded in 1964 and produced by Bert Berns.


Barbara & The Browns “Please Be Honest With Me”
from The Other Side Of The Trax - Stax-Volt 45rpm Rarities 1964-1968 (Kent Records 2016) N  —1964 Stax 45 b-side reissued for the first time along with 23 other rare tracks on this highly recommended new compilation.


Jeanie Greene “Sure As Sin”
from Back To The River: More Southern Soul Stories 1961-1978 (Kent Records 2015) —Written by Marlin Greene and Eddie Hinton and recorded in 1968.


The Word “Swamp Road”
from Soul Food (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 2015) —Music bed. Written by Robert Randolph and found on this latest release by the band made up of Robert Randolph, John Medeski, and the North Mississippi Allstars (Chris Chew and Cody and Luther Dickinson).


Tom Waits “Ol' 55”
from Closing Time (Elektra 1973) —Written by Tom Waits and later covered by the Eagles. Produced by Jerry Yester of The Lovin' Spoonful.


Tommy Halloran's Guerrilla Swing “State Streets” (self-released 2015) N L —From the St. Louis band's new six-song EP, "State Streets" which is being released on vinyl later this year.


Ray Bryant Combo “Sack o' Woe”
from On A Cold Day: The Soulful Side of Cool Jazz (Outta Sight 2014) —Music bed. Music bed. 1961 Cannonball Adderley instrumental originally released by Capitol Records.


The Coasters “Shoppin' for Clothes”
from There's A Riot Goin' On (Rhino Handmade 2007) —Written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, and Kent Harris and recorded in 1960 for Atlantic. Not quite as great as the Boogaloo & His Gallant Crew version "Clothes Line (Wrap It Up)" but a close second.


Ray Charles “Greenbacks”
from Pure Genius: The Complete Atlantic Recordings (1952-1959) (Rhino/Atlantic 2005) —1955 Atlantic single written by Renald Richard. "Whenever you in town and looking for a thrill / If Lincoln can't get it, Jackson sure will / On a greenback, greenback dollar bill / Just a little piece of paper, coated with chlorophyll'


Lambert, Hendricks, & Ross “Twisted”
from The Hottest New Group In Jazz (Columbia 1960) —Written by Wardell Gray & Annie Ross and released in 1960 on Columbia. Bebop meets insanity.


Bobby Timmons “Moanin'”
from This Here Is Bobby Timmons (Riverside 1960) —We're talking pledge drive here! Music bed. Composed by Bobby Timmons and covered by artists such as Art Blakey, Ray Charles, Buddy Guy, Wayne Shorter, and Lambert, Hendricks, & Ross.

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