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Spinitron - KDHX: Nothin' but the Blues Sun Jun 9th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Nothin' but the Blues (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Ron Edwards

Sun Jun 9th 2013 8.00pm–10.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Helge Tallqvist & Groovy Eyes “Blues for the Reverend King”
from Plays George "Harmonica" Smith (Q-Records 2005) —Finland up right here; Helge is a tone king, and guitarist Jussi Raulamo aka Jo' Buddy releases his own albums as well.


Tinez Roots Club “JUST BE COOL”
from Something You Got (Rhythm Bomb 2009) —this band is from The Netherlands; Martijn Tinez recently provided backing for Nikki & Matt Hill while they played overseas.


Peter Nande “I Need A Woman”
from Big Boy Boogie California Sessions Vol. 1 (Straight Shooter Records 2006) —from Denmark; Nande is an acolyte of James Harman. Harman and Nathan James provided production and artistic assistance on this CD. Vol 2 is available, and Vol 3 is in the works!


Philipp Fankhauser “Welcome To The Real World”
from Talk To Me (MerLess Records 2004) —from Switzerland; lived with Johnny Copeland in Harlem...learned his lessons the hard way. This one's for Dennis Mac!


Rusty Roots “Can You Dig It”
from Electrified (Naked Productions 2008) —from Belgium; produced by noted European blues/roots man Mark Tee


The Lazy Jumpers “I'm Gonna Show You How To Love Me”
from Bad Luck (El Toro Records 2005) —from Spain; they play a mix of jump blues and hard blues, and have backed Little Rachel on one of her albums (There's A New Miss Rhythm In Town).


Latvian Blues Band “Feel Like Cryin'”
from Unreal (self released 2009) —from Latvia - duh. Produced by Duke Robillard and his folks. A very young band, and a very good band!


Trickbag “Let's Ride”
from Goin' Downtown (Magic 2011) —from Sweden; one of the finest bands in Scandinavia.


Tee “Double Fool”
from Lights On (Naked Productions 2001) —from Belgium; Tee is Mark T aka Marc Thijs


Frank Muschalle Trio “Strollin' With Lloyd”
from The Frank Muschalle Trio featuring Rusty Zinn (Styx 2002) —from Germany; a fine piano man, featuring his tribute to Lloyd Glenn right here.


Julien Brunetaud “Boogie For My Friends”
from J.B. Boogie & Blues (Southland Records 2005) —from France; a young man with great taste and abilities on the piano.


Christian Dozzler “Golden Sunday”
from The Blues and a Half (BluesWave Records 2008) —from Germany; has resided in Dallas since the turn of the century, working with folks such as Anson Funderburgh and Mike Morgan.


Sven Zetterberg “Hollerin' Up A Storm”
from Hollerin' Up A Storm - Harmonica Sessions (Border Music 2007) —from Sweden; Zetterberg is a gifted singer and harp player, and is one of the truly great talents in blues and roots music anywhere.


Wentus Blues Band “Passenger Blues”
from Agriculture (Bluelight Records 2007) —from Finland; this song is subtitled "The Devil is Turning Up The Heat". Wentus is probably THE blues band in Finland, and rightfully so.


Thorbjorn Risager “Ain't Gonna Turn My Back On You”
from From the Heart (Cope Records 2007) —from Denmark; Thorbjorn carries one of the hottest blues/soul/roots bands in Europe, and has a blast furnace voice.


Richard Ray Farrell & Marco Pandolfi “Kid Man Blues”
from Stuck On the Blues (BlueBeet 2007) —Marco is from Italy, and is a gifted acoustic harmonica singer, blessed with taste and tone.


Tim Lothar and Peter Nande “Slow Train”
from Two for the Road (Gateway Music 2009) —both men are from Denmark; CD was produced byJames Harman; Lothar is the drummer in Nande's electric blues band, but here is the guitarst and singer on most of the tracks.


Little G Weevil “Back Porch”
from The Teaser (apic rec. 2011) —from Hungary, but has resided in Atlanta for many years now. Little G is the 2013 IBC winner in the solo/duo category, and has a new CD in the works.


Mojo Blues Band “When I'm Drinking”
from Get Out Blues! (Styx Records 2009) —from Austria; this is a live disc, with 2nd lead vocalist Siggi Fassl singing this one. Come on, you know Siggi !


The King Bees “Getting Tired”
from Stingin' (Styx Records 2008) —from Austria as well; this band puts at least a little swing into everything they do. Tasty!


Big Dez “Anywhere Please”
from You Can Smile (Why Note 2007) —from France; Dez is Phil Fernandez, and he's got talented friends in Preston Hubbard and Michael Cherry, who both appear on this album.


Dieter Kropp & The Fabulous Barbecue Boys “Daybreak”
from Seven Nights (Spareribs Records 2003) —from Germany; Dieter is an immensely talented harp player, and not a bad singer. Here he tackles a Gary Primich tune.


Nico Wayne Toussaint “When the Bobcat Play (Live)”
from Transatlantic (Live) (Dixiefrog 2004) —from France; Nico Wayne is a tremendous harp player, a decent singer, and he spends much time in the U.S. now (Miami area, I think.)


Maurizio Pugno featuring Sugar Ray Norcia “Black Angel”
from That's What I Found Out! (Pacific Blues 2007) —from Italy; leads the Rico Blues Combo, which is probably the top blues band in Italy. This CD features powerhouse key-man Alberto Marsico and drummer Gio Rossi.

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