Sponsored By

Become a Sponsor

KDHX Playlist Info:

Spinitron - KDHX: The Rhythm Section Tue Jul 23rd 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

The Rhythm Section (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Andy Coco

Tue Jul 23rd 2013 2.00pm–4.00pm

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

Time zone: central


The Brand New Heavies “Have A Good Time”
from Brother Sister (Delicious Vinyl 1994)


New Mastersounds “Freckles”
from Breaks from the Border (Tallest Man 2011)


The Budos Band “Golden Dunes”
from The Budos Band III (Daptone 2010)


Ohio Players “Stop Lying To Yourself”
from Love Rollercoaster Anthology (Goldenlane Records 2005) —a lost gem from the 1968 album Observations In Time.


The Bo-Keys “Spanish Delight”
from The Royal Sessions (Yellow Dog Records 2004) —a real nice piece written by several members of The Bo-Keys for the session.


Ramsey Lewis “Spanish Grease”
from Goin' Latin (Verve 2008) —a Willie Bobo/Melvin Lastie composition


Kermit Ruffins “Song For My Father”
from Livin' a Tremé Life (Basin Street Records 2009) —a nice slow groover - sometimes the slow grooves are the best grooves - Kermit's take on a Horace Silver tune.


Paul Pena “Jet Airliner”
from New Train (Hybrid 2000) —the original version of the tune, which was written by Pena. The royalites from Steve Miller's version of the tune literally helped keep Pena alive at times...


Shinyribs “Sweet Potato”
from Gulf Coast Museum (Nine Mile Records www.ninemilerecords.com 2013) N  —Shinyribs is a pseudonym for Kevin Russell...watch for them the next time they play at Off Broadway...the most recent time was pretty phenomenal.


Camille "Lil" Bob “Stop”
from Southern Funkin' Louisiana Funk And Soul 1967-1979 (Ace 2005) —this is the same Lil Bob as with The Cupcakes, tune was originally released on La Louisianne Records in 1969.


James Brown “My Thang”
from Star Time Box Set (Polydor 1991) —this is a previously unreleased (per 1991) undubbed mix.


Stevie Wonder “You Haven't Done Nothin'”
from Fulfillingness' First Finale (Motown 1974) —one of the FUNKIEST songs ever - and I "shake" by that opinion!


The Emperors “Looking For My Baby”
from Looking For By Baby Soul Treasures From The Vaults Of Amy-Mala-Bell (Sundazed Records 2003) —a Mala Records single recorded in 1967.


Jeremy Baum “Stoopid”
from Lost River Jams (Flying Yak Records 2002) —the B-3 bein' free...one of Jeremy's own tunes, backed by flike-minded fellow NYC-musiicans


Benjie Porecki “Last Train to Aaltar”
from Servin' It Up (Severn Records Inc. 1998) —the tune features most of the Severn Records house band (at the time), Benjie, Alex Schultz (who wrote this tune), Steve Gomes and Robb Stupka.


Alan Evans Trio “Drop Hop” (Royal Family Records 2012) —let's throw this one out to Mr. Coco...I know he's a fan of Alan Evans' music!


Sly & The Family Stone “PRESSURE”
from Original Album Classics: Sly & The Family Stone (EPIC/LEGACY 1971) —Pressure was a cut not released with the original 1968 "Life" LP, but added as a bonus cut on CD reissues.


Dyke & The Blazers “Uhh”
from The Very Best Of Dyke & The Blazers Funky Broadway (Collectables 1999) —nothin' but a groove, baby. Unfortunately, a short lived one for Dyke (Arlester Christian), as he was killed outside a Phoenix Arizon bar in 1971 (at age 28, charges dropped against the assailant...)


The City Champs “Comin' Home Baby”
from The Safecracker (Electraphonic Recording-Digital Electraphonic Recording.com 2009) —recorded on Scott Bomar's Electrophonic label...Al Gamble's band after the Gamble Brothers Band had mostly run it's course.


Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise “Baby”
from Time to Discover (BMG Entertainment 2000) —Bradley was one of the 1st of the ""rediscovered" black soul singers paired with young white band" phenomena during the last decade plus...


The Detroit Emeralds “I Bet You Get the One (Who Loves You)”
from Greatest Hits (Westbound/Ace 1998) —a real nice slow groove...I love this band!


The San Francisco TKOs “Devil's Got Your Mind”
from Golden State Funk Impossibly Rare Funk From The Bay Area (Ace Records 2007) —Henry Herman's multi-racial band, sort of a local, 2nd tier Sly & the Family Stone. The track was previously unissued.


Sam & The Soul Machine “Gun”
from Funky Funky New Orleans 5 Rare and Unreleased New Orleans Funk 1969-1976 (Funky Delicacies 2005) —this cut was previously unissued...but timely subject matter to this very day.


The Kilborn Alley Blues Band “Watch It”
from Better Off Now (Blue Bella Records 2010) —this band can work a 30 minute groove as well as anybody, and I do mean anybody, regardless of "genre"!


Art Neville “Micky Fick”
from Organ-ized: All-Star Tribute to the B-3 Organ (High Street Records/Windham Hill group 1999) —strictly New Orleans, with Art Neville, Ian Neville and Brian Stoltz.

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

Copyright © 2013 Spinitron, LLC. All rights reserved.