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Spinitron - KDHX: Blues in the Night Fri Feb 8th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Blues in the Night (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Art Dwyer

Fri Feb 8th 2013 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


Harmonica Slim & Hosea Leavy “Cold Tacos and Warm Beer” (Fedora 2000)


Magic Slim & the Teardrops “Freddie's Blues”
from Hound Dog Taylor: A Tribute (Alligator 1997) —Let's have some fun!


Heritage Blues Orchestra “Don't Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down”
from And Still I Rise (Raisin Music 2012)


Calvin Owens and His Blues Orchestra “Sitting Here”
from Stop Lying In My Face (Sawdust Alley Records 2000) —song features Gloria Edwards on vocals and Johnny Copeland on lead guitar


Carol Fran And Clarence Hollimon “Keep Your Hands On Your Heart”
from See There (Black Top 1994)


Slim Harpo “Live Medley”
from Hip Shakin' The Excello Collection (Avi/Excello 1994) —Moody Blues-I Got Love If You Want It-You Know I Love You; recorded with home equipment in 1961, Natl Guard Armory in Mobile, Alabama


Rondo's Blues Deluxe “Blues Train”
from Shack Pappy's (Blueberry Hill Records 1990) L


from Trickle Down Blues (self 2003) —primary line-up at the time was Dwyer, Wilson, Kamoske, Mondin, Wolf


Sarah And The Tall Boys “Friday Night Man”
from Shiny and New (Sarah and the Tall Boys 2008) —this one goes out to Artie (who is THE Friday Night Man) and to Gentleman Jeff Corbin, of The Back Country. See ya on down the road, guys!


Guy Forsyth Band “105”
from Live at KDHX, 20January2008 (KDHX 2008) —it's hard to believe this was recorded 5 years ago!


Scott Kay And The Continentals “Day Job”
from Scott Kay and the Continentals (self 2006) L —this one goes out to all the working musicians that still have to keep a day job to make ends meet. Thank you for what you do!


Johnny Winter “Miss Ann”
from Second Winter (Columbia 1969) —originally released in 1969 - Johnny, Edgar, Uncle John Turner and Tommy Shannon


John Mooney “2 Get 2 Heaven”
from Big Ol' Fiya (LML Records 2006) —John's most recent studio release....it's been awhile....


Johnny Nicholas “That's the Price”
from Future Blues (The Peoples Label 2011) —one of THE FINEST blues releases of 2011, but not well distributed.


The Hudson River Rats “Shame, Shame, Shame”
from First Take (3B's Music & Records 1994) —featuring Bernard Purdie and Rob Paparozzi


Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom “Everybody's Got to Cry Sometime”
from Safari to New Orleans (Black top records 1988)


Buckshot LeFonque “Some Cow Funk (More Tea, Vicar?)”
from Buckshot LeFonque (Sony 1994) —I remember when Artie turned me on to this tune, years and years ago. Thanks, man!


Horace Silver “You Gotta Shake That Thing”
from A Prescription for the Blues (Impulse 1997)


Ramsey Lewis “Serene Funk”
from Funky Serenity/Salongo (R2 Records 2012) —2 original LPs released as a 2 disc CD set


Howlin' Wolf “Speak Now Woman (Alternate Take)”
from The Back Door Wolf (MCA Records 1995) —originally released in 1973


Eddie C. Campbell “I Don't Understand This Woman”
from Spider Eating Preacher (Delmark 2012) —send thoughts and prayers out to Eddie, as he recently had a stroke and heart attack while touring in Germany. He's now on the mend.


A.C. Reed “Miami Strut”
from I'm in the Wrong Business! (Alligator Records 1987)


The Vaughan Brothers “Hard To Be”
from Family Style (Epic 1990)


Uncle Albert “Workin'” (Tripped Inc & Dogshew Productions 1996) L —a fine, if now mostly defunct, St. Louis band featuring Tim Albert and Lisa Campbell


The Nighthawks “Before You 'Cuse Me”
from Jacks & Kings Full House (Adelphi 1979) —Adelphi 4125, featuring Pinetop Perkins, Guitar Jr Johnson, Calvin Jones, Bob Margolin and David Maxwell


Roosevelt Sykes “Driving Wheel”
from Rock It The Postwar Years Volume 1 1946-1954 (Wolf Records 1998) —this song was originally recorded for Regal in 1949


Julian Fauth “Angelique”
from Everybody Ought to Treat a Stranger Right (Electro-Fi Records 2012) N  —a hidden gem of a musician, endorsed by St. Louis' own Henry Townsend!


Bobby Dean Blackburn “24 Hours of the Day”
from Electro-Fi Records Presents Blues Piano-Rama (Electro-fi 2010) —a medley comprised of Back To The Chicken Shack and 24 Hours A Day. This one goes out to my good buddy Rich Barta over at Chicken Shack Alley!

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