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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Nov 3rd 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Rich Barta and Bruce B.

Sun Nov 3rd 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

6:06pm

Earl King and Roomful Of Blues “Don't Leave Me Here To Cry”
from Glazed (Hep Cat 2009) —this cut is a bonus track included on this re-release of the Glazed album...with Curtis Salgado on vocals.

6:09pm

Bennie Smith “After Hours”
from The Urban Soul of Bennie Smith (Blues Highway 1993) L —the entire album was recorded during various session down in Bennie's basement!

6:18pm

Anson Funderburgh and The Rockets “A Man Needs His Loving”
from Thru the Years: A Retrospective 1981-1992 (Black Top unk 1992) —Originally recorded in 1987 and released on the "Sins" LP

6:21pm

Hudson and the Hoodoo Cats “Tired of Workin'”
from It's Hoodoo Time (Bjam Records 1994) L

6:27pm

Tee “Ugly, Fat & Old”
from Lights On (Naked Productions 2004)

6:34pm

Bobby Parker “Watch Your Step”
from East Coast Guitar Killers Vol. 1 (El Segundo) —V-Tone Records, 1961, Washington D.C.

6:38pm

Bobby Parker “Watch Your Step”
from Bent Out of Shape (Black Top unk 1993) —Watch Your Step - 30 years later for Black Top Records

6:42pm

Bobby Parker “Shine Me Up” (Blacktop 1995) —Bobby Parker passed away at 73 years of age, on Nov. 1st. Born in Louisiana, moved to Los Angeles as a young man, toured in the bands of Otis Willams and the Charms, Paul "Hucklebuck" Williams, setting in Washington DC around the early 1960s.

6:48pm

The Cadets “Stranded In The Jungle”
from The Rock 'N' Roll Era 1956 (Time-Life Music 1987) —This West Coast group used two names for recording sessions. They called themselves the Jacks when doing dates for Modern and the Cadets on RPM. This song was originally credited to The Jacks.

6:51pm

The Charms “Hearts Of Stone”
from The Rock 'N' Roll Era 1954-1955 (Time-Life Music 1988) —Cincinnati vocal group, most often featuring lead singer Otis Williams

6:54pm

The Bobbettes “Mr Lee”
from The Rock 'N' Roll Era 1957 (Time-Life Music 1987) —The Bobbettes were among the first successful girl groups of the rock era, in a field dominated by male artists.

6:56pm

The Silhouettes “Get A Job”
from The Rock 'N' Roll Era 1958 (Time Life Inc. 1993) —A bit of a one-hit wonder, but the group actual continued to perform and record to the end of the 1960s, with at least two of the group's four original members present at any time.

7:03pm

Ken Rhyne “Van Miller's Whiskey Bar”
from Caught You White-Handed (Fat City Records 2001) —harmonica man and singer who was based out of Atlanta...also a noted architect.

7:08pm

Perry Weber and the Devilles “We're Two of a Kind”
from Savage Beauty (Artist 2007) —some Wisconsin boys layin' it down good ! Features Benny Rickun on harmonica.

7:12pm

Eomot RaSun “Biscuits & Gravy”
from Three Days Walkin' (APO Records www.aporecords.com 1999)

7:17pm

Texas Johnny Brown “Bongo Boogie”
from Atlant Blues Box Set (Atlantic 1991) —Texas Johnny just passed aways a few months back. Rest in Peace, Johnny!

7:22pm

Elvin Bishop “She Puts Me In The Mood”
from Big Fun (Alligator 1988)

7:25pm

Paul Delay Band “I Win”
from Ocean Of Tears (Evidence 1996) —a fine singer and harmonica man who is sadly no longer with us. A victim of his own excesses, unfortunately.

7:36pm

John Ginty “Seven & the Spirit (feat. Neal Casal & Alecia Chakour)”
from Bad News Travels (americanshowplace music 2013) N  —Ginty is a great B-3 player based out of New Jersey, was an original member of Robert Randolph's Family Band, and is really nice guy. John called in a nice phone interview on Chicken Shack Alley 2 weeks ago.

7:46pm

Dave Black “CHEEK to CHEEK”
from Alone & Together (Wildstone Media 2000) L —Dave is an exceptional guitarist, and is from St. Louis. Check your local listings!

7:50pm

Barry Levenson “Green Is Blue”
from THE LATE SHOW (Rip Cat Records 2011) —an homage to Grant Green (added info: Grant was from St. Louis)


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

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