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88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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CURRENT PLAYLIST

Blues in the Night (Music)

Fri Jul 3rd 2015 4.00pm–7.00pm

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

Time zone: central

6:47pm

Wes Montgomery “Fried Pies”
from This Is Wes Montgomery (Riverside 1967) —the LP was originally released as Boss Guitar in 1963 - pre smooth jazz Montgomery!

6:39pm

Terry Hanck “Train Kept a Rollin'”
from Look Out! (Delta Groove 2011) —Greasy Soul Rockin' Blues

6:32pm

The William Clarke Blues Band “I Had My Fun”
from Rockin' the Boat! Recorded Live!! (Watch Dog Records 1988) —released on CD in 2010 or so

6:24pm

Wee Willie Walker “Everybody Meets Mr. Blue”
from If Nothing Ever Changes (Little Village Foundation 2015) N

6:19pm

Wee Willie Walker “Help! (feat. Curtis Salgado)”
from If Nothing Ever Changes (Little Village Foundation 2015) N

6:16pm

Sonny Knight And The Lakers “Sugar Man”
from Do It Live (Secret Stash 2015) N

6:07pm

Fenton Robinson “Country Girl”
from Somebody Loan Me a Dime (Alligator Records 1974)

6:03pm

Bey Paule Band “Ballad of the Lover Man”
from Not Goin' Away (Blue Dot 2015) N

6:01pm

Junior Parker “Lovin' Man On Your Hands”
from Honey Drippin Blues (Blue Rock 1969)

5:49pm

Brother Jack McDuff “Middle Class Folk Song”
from Check This Out (CADET 1972)

5:44pm

Barry Levenson “Slippin' Down”
from Heart To Hand (Storyville Records 1998) —featuring Finis Tasby on vocals

5:30pm

Hook Herrera “Barcelona blues”
from Sick in la Boîte - Live (Mas i Mas 2010) —Recorded in 1997, released in 1998 originally.

5:01pm

Henry Townsend “alley strut”
from Mule (Nighthawk Records 1980)

4:53pm

Macy Gray “Why Didn't You Call Me”
from On How Life Is (Epic 1999)

4:48pm

Billy Bracnch “Never Make Your Move to Soon”
from Live '82 (Evidence)

4:41pm

Leroy Pierson “Roll and Tumble”
from Rusty Nail (nighthawk 1988)

4:37pm

Slim Harpo “shake your hips”
from The Best of Slim Harpo (Rhino 1968)

4:33pm

Ali Leferve “first nation”
from songs of the miss. river (new orleans jazz)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.

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