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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Jul 14th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Jul 14th 2013 6.00pm–8.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Diana Krall “I've Got The World On A String”
from Only Trust Your Heart (GRP Records 1995) —Christian McBride on piano.


Albert King “This Morning”
from The Big Blues (King 1988)


Too Slim and the Taildraggers “Good To See You Smile Again”
from Blue Heart (Underworld Records 2013) N  —Jimmy Hall (from Wet Willie) is singing on this cut.


Grand Marquis “Bed Of Nails”
from Blues And Trouble (Grand Marquis 2013) N  —nice young band from Kansas City, they play at BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups on occasion. http://www.grandmarquis.net/about-the-band/


Tommy Z “Sometimes” (South Blossom Records 2013) N  —Tommy is from Western New York state, and is a guitar teacher, and composer/producer for Film, TV, Sports, etc. His most recent credits include writing the victory song for the St. Louis Blues (NHL)


Mighty Blue Kings “I Can't Stop It”
from Come One, Come All (R-Jay Records 1997) —a Joe Liggins tune


The James Harman Band “Two Sides To Every Story” (Hep Cat 2008) —originally released in 1993 on Black Top Records.


Larry McCray “Last Four Nickels”
from Delta Hurricane (Virgin Records America Inc 1993)


Beth Hart “I'd Rather Go Blind (Bonus Track)”
from Bang Bang Boom Boom (Mascot Records 2013) N  —Kennedy Honors performance featuring Jeff Beck on guitar.


The "5" Royales “I'd Better Make A Move”
from Monkey Hips And Rice The "5" Royales Anthology (Rhino 1994) —Lowman Pauling was the guitarist and primary songwriter for the band.


The Du Droppers “If You Just Don't Leave”
from Boot 'em Up (Acrobat Music 2005)


The Du Droppers “Honey Bunch”
from Boot 'em Up (Acrobat Music 2005)


Gary Primich “Daybreak”
from Botheration (Black Top 1999) —Gary passed away on September 23, 2007, at only 49 years of age.


Doug Deming & the Jewel Tones “Think Hard”
from What's It Gonna Take? (feat. Dennis Gruenling) (VizzTone Label Group 2012) —Doug Deming, Dennis Gruenling and the Jewel Tones were just in St. Louis this past Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


Trickbag “Waitin' On The Moon featuring James Harman”
from Trickbag With Friends Vol. 1 (Magic Records 2013) N  —Swedish Trickbag, not the Luther Kent fronted Trickbag.


John Mooney “Late Last Night” (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 1990)


Roy Gaines “Lula Mae”
from Bluesman For Life (JSP 1998) —Roy's brother is sax player Grady Gaines.


Chris Cain “I'm Gonna Do What They Do To Me”
from Cain Does King (Blue Rock'It Records www.volkerstrifler.com 2001) —Chris' tribute to the music of his biggest influence, Mr. B.B. King!


Kirk Fletcher “Country Girl featuring Kim Wilson”
from Shades of Blues (Delta Groove 2004)


Elvin Bishop “Driving Wheel”
from Ace In The Hole (Alligator 1995) —instrumental version of the Roosevelt Sykes tune.


Carl Sonny Leyland “Sunny Road”
from I'm Wise (HMG / HighTone 1999)


Mighty Blue Kings “Looking For My Baby”
from Come One, Come All (R-Jay Records 1997) —a fine cover version of Jody Williams' tune.


The James Harman Band “If The Shoe Fits (Wear It)”
from Two Sides To Every Story (Hep Cat 2008) —Jeff Turmes wrote this one. Harman only rarely performs other writer's work, so you know it's a got to be a good one!

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