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Spinitron - KDHX: Blues in the Night Fri May 10th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Blues in the Night (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Art Dwyer

Fri May 10th 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) —Eastside Slim must be sniffin' around, on to the scent of those cold tacos and warm beer!


Milton Hopkins and Jewel Brown “The Whale Has Swallowed Me”
from Milton Hopkins and Jewel Brown (Dialtone 2012) N  —JB Lenoir tune, probably my favorite version other than JB's own


Son Seals “Going Back Home”
from Midnight Sun (Allisgator 1976)


Milton Hopkins and Jewel Brown “Tator Tots”
from Milton Hopkins and Jewel Brown (Dialtone 2012) N  —an instrumental ode to one of Eastside Slim's favorite snacks!


Rob Paparozzi “She's Too Good for Me”
from Etruscan Soul (Honeydrippers Records 2009) —a Sting tune, but inspired by a version from Waylon Jennings. It's a funny world sometimes...


Organissimo “My Sweet Potato Pie”
from Groovadelphia (Big O Records 2008)


Boogie Patrol “That Feeling We Once Had”
from I Try and I Try and I Don't Know What To Do... The Plan Was Set Some Time Ago, and We Must Follow Through (Boogie Patrol 2011) —young band from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


Hazmat Modine “Buddy”
from Cicada (Barbes Records 2011) —no one needs a friend like this guy...he's no buddy at all!


Andy Kaulkin “When I'm Done With That”
from Six Foot Seven and Rising (Bong Load Custom Records 1996) —not often you hear a bass clarinet in a tune...


Albert King “The Hunter (alternate take)”
from Born Under A Bad Sign (remaster) (Concord 2000) —by request - KDHX aims to please (yes, hunter pun intended)


Andy T - Nick Nixon Band “You Look So Good (feat. Anson Funderburgh)”
from Drink Drank Drunk (feat. Anson Funderburgh) (DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS 2013) N  —Phenomenal debut album from Andy and Nick!


James Cotton “Wasn't My Time To Go”
from Cotton Mouth Man (Alligator 2013) N  —this tune is the story of Cotton's life, ably sung by Keb Mo.


Tiny Grimes “Bananas”
from 1949 - 1951 (Classics 2004) —recorded in 1951, with John Hardee on tenor sax.


Louis Prima featuring Keely Smith with Sam Butera & the Witnesses “There'll Be No Next Time”
from Wild, Cool & Swingin' (CAPITOL 1990) —This cut is a feature for Sam Butera.


Panama Francis “The Crackerjack”
from All-Stars 1949 (Collectables 1990)


Jimmy Forrest “Flight 3-D”
from Night Train Single (United/Delmark 1990) —originally recorded in 1953, Jimmy "Night Train" Forrest was a St. Louis native.


Joe Moss “Lost My World”
from Monster Love (Joe Moss & 212 Records 2003) —played a great show in St. Louis on Thursday night.


from THE WELL (Alligator 2010) —to my ears, one of Charlie's finest tunes of recent years.


Darrell Nulisch “That's A Problem”
from Going Back To Dallas (Severn 2007) —One for Miss Vickie...she's sweet on Nulisch.


Ken Bott “Dont'cha Know”
from The Blues from Bottsville (Roseleaf Records 1999) —Ken is the father of noted blues drummer Jimi Bott (who plays drums on this CD), along with guitar from another son, Jere Bott.


The Cash Box Kings “Gimme Some Of That”
from Black Toppin' (Blind Pig Records. blindpigrecords.com 2013) N


JIMMY johnson “You Don't Know What Love Is”
from It Ain't Over Delmark Celebrates 55 Years Of Blues (Delmark 2003)


St. Louis Kings Of Rhythm “Just One More Time featuring Billy Gayles”
from The St. Louis Kings of Rhythm (Timeless Records 1989) L —recorded in Holland in 1986


Bernard Purdie “Everybody's Talkin'”
from Legends of Acid Jazz (Prestige 1996) —originally recorded in 1971, and released on the Shaft LP


2B3 Denis Keldie, Rob Gusevs “Hush”
from The Toronto Sessions (Make It Real Records 2004) —this album is a dream from fans of the B3 organ - the B3 is running free!


Bennie Smith “Buddah-Ba”
from Shook Up (Fedora 2001) —featuring Eric McSpadden, Harry Simon, Rory Johnson, Tom Maloney, Sharon Foehner and Chuch Walters


Sue Foley “Without Warning”
from Without A Warning (Antone's 1993)


Shakey Jake “Jake's Cha Cha”
from Mouth Harp Blues (Fantasy 1993) —Shakey Jake Harris


Robert Ward “Your Love Is Real”
from Fear No Evil (Black Top 1990) —the Magnatone Man!


Rob Rio “Rio A La Yancey”
from Bankin' on the Boogie (Boss Productions 1992)


Jonny Viau and the Blues Allstars “Shorty's New Shoes”
from Live At Dizzy's (Jonny Viau and Juanvista Music 2001) —Viau is pronounced as "View".

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