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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Dec 29th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Dec 29th 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


Roomful of Blues “There Goes The Neighborhood”
from There Goes the Neighborhood (Bullseye 1998)


John Ginty “The Quirk (feat. Albert Castiglia)”
from Bad News Travels (americanshowplace music 2013)


Roomful of Blues “Christmas Celebration”
from Roomful of Christmas (Bullseye 1997)


Solomon Burke “The Silent Night Story”
from Christmas on Kyule 2010 (Unknown)


Johnny Otis “Happy New Year, Baby”
from Christmas Blues And Shout (Laserlight 1998)


Ricky Nye “Cincinnati Stomp”
from Ricky Nye & The Paris Blues Band (1-2-3 Records 2011)


Johnny Watson “Operator”
from Compilation (NA url)


Big Joe Turner “Shake, Rattle And Roll”
from The Very Best of Big Joe Turner (Rhino 1998)


The Halley DeVestern Band “Money Ain't Time”
from Fabbo Boffo Smasho (Artist 2014)


Cee Cee James “I Got A Right To Sing The Blues”
from Blood Red Blues (FWG Records 2012)


Jimmy Reed “Going To New York”
from Jimmy Reed at Carnegie Hall (Veejay 2000)


Gumbohead “You Never Can Tell”
from Gumbohead (self 2004) L


Otis Spann “Country Boy”
from Otis Spann Is The Blues (Candid 1989) —originally recorded for Candid Records in 1960. The album features Otis Spann & Robert Lockwood.


Little G. Weevil “8.47”
from The Teaser (Self Release 2011) —Little G was born and raised in Hungary, but moved to the USA to pursue the blues.


Pee Wee Crayton “Blues At Daybreak”
from Early Hour Blues (blind pig www.rounder.com 1999) —this cut, as well as many others, features Rod Piazza's band.


Junior Wells “I Could Cry”
from Calling All Blues The Chief, Profile & USA Recordings 1957-1963 (Fuel 2000 www.fuel2000.com 2000) —This song, I Could Cry, was originally released on both the Chief and the Profile labels.


John Brim “You Got Me”
from Elmore James/John Brim Whose Muddy Shoes (MCA 1991) —recorded in 1956 with Chess Records' big guns: Robert Lockwood, Little Walter, Willie Dixon and Fred Below.


Terry Hanck “You Coulda Let Me Go”
from Look Out (Delta Groove 2011)


Gene Taylor “Mississippi Heavy Water Blues”
from Gene Taylor (Pacific Blues 2003) —Gene's version of an old Barbeque Bob tune.


Jimmy McCracklin “Double Dealing”
from High On The Blues (Fantasy Records 1992) —the album was recorded for Stax Records in 1971, but was titled "Yesterday Is Gone". A couple bonus cuts were added to this reissue.


The Groove Hogs “Fool”
from Wrong Side of the Street (Trawf Records 2002) —a band out of Wisconsin; haven't heard much from them the past several years.

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