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Spinitron - KDHX: Songwriters Showcase Sun Sep 22nd 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Songwriters Showcase (Music)

Sun Sep 22nd 2013 10.00am–12.00pm

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Time zone: central

10:04am

Emmylou Harris “THE ROAD”
from Hard Bargain (Nonesuch 2011) —Welcome to the Gram Parsons tribute, 40 years after his death, September 19, 1973, starting with Emmy lou's heartfelt tribute

10:11am

Gram Parsons “That's All It Took with Emmylou Harris”
from GP/Grievous Angel (Reprise 1990) —Great Emmy Lou duet on a Gearge Jones song

10:14am

Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels “We'll Sweep Out The Ashes”
from Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels: Live 1973 (Sierra 1973) —Emmy Lou Duet of a Joyce Allsup tune

10:22am

The International Submarine Band “Blue Eyes”
from Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Columbia 2003) —produced by Lee Hazelwood, the other members were Mickey Gauvin, John Nuese, & Ian Dunlop.

10:25am

The Byrds “Hickory Wind”
from Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Legacy Edition) (Columbia / Legacy 2003) —One of only 2 Gram vocals that made it to the original release, the other being "Your Still On My Mind".

10:31am

Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels “Drug Store Truck Driving Man”
from Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels: Live 1973 (Sierra 1973) —written with Roger McGuinn after a bad experience at the Grand Old Opry

10:36am

The Byrds “The Christian Life”
from The Byrds, Sweetheart of the Rodeo, Anthology (Columbi/Legacy 2003) —W/the Gram Parsons vocal that never appeared on the record

10:43am

The Flying Burrito Bros. “Sin City”
from Farther Along (A&M 1988) —a song Gram wrote with Chris Hillman from the masterpiece "Gilded Palace of Sin" Chris Ethridge and Sneaky Pete were the other members

10:48am

The Rolling Stones “Wild Horses”
from The Rolling Stones Singles Collection, the London Years (ABKCO 1989) —Mick & Keith wrote this one for Gram, Gram did a great cover on Burrito Deluxe.

10:53am

The Flying Burrito Brothers “Cody Cody”
from Farther Along (A&M 1988) —from the 2nd and last (W/Gram) Burrito release, Burrito Deluxe, Chris Ethridge left Michael Clarke (Byrds) and Bernie Leadon joined, Bernie wrote this one with Gram

11:02am

The Eagles “My Man”
from On the Border (Asylum 1974) —Bernie Leadon,s tribute to Gram

11:10am

Chris Hillman & Steve Earle “High Fashion Queen”
from Return of the Grievous Angel, a tribute to Gram Parsons (Almas 1999) —Old bandmate Chris Hillman joins Steve Earle on this Burrito cover.

11:17am

Dead Ringer Band “Just Like Yesterday (Song For Gram)”
from Living In The Circle (massive 1997) —Featuring Kasey Chambers

11:20am

Gram Parsons “Return Of The Grievous Angel”
from GP/Grievous Angel (Reprise 1990) —My favorite tune by Gram.

11:24am

Peter Holsapple & Susan Cowsill W/The Walking Tacos “A SONG FOR YOU”
from Conmemorativo: A Tribute to Gram Parsons (Rhino 1993) —Great cover of this Gram tune from GP.

11:27am

Poco “Brass Buttons”
from Crazy Eyes (Sony 1973) —Richie Furay sounding a lot like Gram, the title song of this album was written by Richie for Gram, would have played it, but it's 9 1/2 minutes long

11:31am

Tom Russell & Patricia Hardin “Joshua Tree”
from The Early Years... (Dac 1978) —Tom wrote this one for Gram and recorded it several times, this is the first one

11:41am

Gram Parsons “Kiss The Children”
from GP/Grievous Angel (Reprise 1990) —a Gram co-write with co-producer Rick Grech (Cream)

11:44am

Johnny Rivers “Apple Tree”
from Byrd, Parts 2 (Raven 2003) —A song Gram wrote, but never recorded

11:47am

The Rolling Creekdrippers “In My Hour Of Darkness”
from Return of the Grievous Angel (Almo 1999) —Featuring Buddy & Julie Miller, Victoria Williams, Mark Olson, & Jim Lauderdale, this was the final song Gram wrote before his untimely death, written for his friend, Clarence White.

11:52am

Emmylou Harris “Boulder To Birmingham”
from Pieces of the Sky (Reprise 1975) —First song Emmy ever wrote paying tribute to Gram who gave her her 1st great opportunity and changed her life.

11:56am

The Flying Burrito Brothers “Farther ALong”
from Farther Along: The Best of the Flying Burrito Brothers (A&M 1988) —At Clarence White's funeral Gram stood and led a sing-a-long of this song, 2 months later Gram would join his friend RIP Gram, Thanks for listening, Thanks Rich, See Ya next week.


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