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Spinitron - KDHX: Rhythm Highways Thu Sep 19th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Rhythm Highways (Music)

Thu Sep 19th 2013 5.00am–7.00am

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

Time zone: central


Spencer Bohren “Been 'round The World”
from Solitaire (Valve Records 2002) —Spencer had a show at The Focal Point on 13Sep. This is a cover of a JOhnny Littlejohn tune.


Cephas & Wiggins “Action Man”
from Cool Down (Alligator Records 1995)


The Charles Burton Blues Band “New York Jump”
from Sweet Potato Pie (self 2013) N


The Gospel Hummingbirds “I'm Going Home”
from Taking Flight (blind pig www.rounder.com 1995)


Ben Harper and the Blind Boys of Alabama “Where Could I Go”
from There Will Be A Light (Virgin Records America 2004) —what a beautiful melody...it gives me chills. This is really a Ben Harper cut, as the Blind Boys of Alabama do not perform on this one.


Spencer Taylor & The Highway QC's “Oh How Wonderful”
from The Legend (Marxan Records, Inc. 2001)


Roy Book Binder “It Coulda Been Worse”
from The Good Book (Pegleg Records 2013) N


Roy Book Binder “Hacksaw”
from The Good Book (Pegleg Records 2013) N  —a couple of cuts from Roy's new album.


Eric Bibb “If You Were Not My Woman”
from Troubadour Live (feat. Staffan Astner) (Telarc 2011)


Stringbean and the Stalkers “A Nice Way of Closing”
from Little Monster (Blues Leaf 2002) —Stringbean is Ken Sorensen..vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar. He's a New Jersey cat.


The Mannish Boys “Hey now”
from Shake for Me (Delta Groove 2010) —this track features Kirk Fletcher, Fred Kaplan, Willie J. Campbell, Jimi Bott and the horns of Woody Woodford and Lee Thornburg.


Don Cavalli “Garden of Love”
from Temperamental (A Rag 2013) N  —made in France! Don's a quirky, slightly eccentric artist who does he own thing...and it's a good thing he does.


Lurrie Bell “Blues in my soul”
from Blues In My Soul (Delmark 2013) N


Titus Turner “People Sure Act Funny”
from Soulville (Collectables 1989) —...a Bobby Robinson product...I think this is the original version from 1962 on Enjoy, rather than the 1968 Josie release. I think.


Grandpa Elliott “Fannie Mae (feat. Playing for Change Band) [Live]”
from Sugar Sweet (Playing for Change/Concord Music 2009) —Elliott Small..."discovered as a street performer in New Orleans, although he had been doing that for decades by the time the Playing For Changes folks got hold of him.


Ruthie Foster “Stone Love”
from Live At Antone's (Blue Corn/Ruthie Foster 2011)


Ike And Tina Turner “Nutbush City Limits”
from The Ike and Tina Turner Story 1960-1975 (Time/Life Music 2007) —3 CD set, with the 3rd disc being live cuts


Sarah Borges “Six feet Deep”
from Silver City (Blue Corn Music 2005) —this woman has passion!


Girls Guns & Glory “Sweet Nothings” (Lonesome Day www.lonesomeday.com 2011)


Steve Guyger “Hey Little baby”
from Radio Blues (Severn Records Inc. 2008)


Robert Cray Band “Side Dish”
from Live At KDHX Volume 11 (KDHX 2013) N  —recorded live at the Magnolia St. studios on 14-Sep-2012


Lil Ed and The Blues Imperials “Great Love”
from na (Alligator 2012) —released as a bonus song to the Jump Start CD, available only via digital download.


Wilson Pickett “I Found a Love - Part I”
from The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett (Rhino 1993) —a throwback to his "Falcons" days, as Pickett re-recorded The Falcons tune in 1967...this has to be Robert Ward on guitar, and if it isn't it's someone doing their best to SOUND like Robert Ward and his magnatone sound.


Otis Clay “I Love You, I Need You”
from The Best Of Otis Clay The Hi Records Years (THE RIGHT STUFF 1996) —listen to Clay SING this thing, and also listen closely to the organ work.


Lloyd Glenn “Ugh”
from 1951-1952 (Classics)

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