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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

6:05pm

Roomful of Blues “There Goes The Neighborhood”
from There Goes the Neighborhood (Bullseye www.rounder.com 1998)

6:10pm

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

6:19pm

Roomful of Blues “Christmas Celebration”
from Roomful of Christmas (Bullseye www.rounder.com 1997)

6:22pm

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

6:27pm

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

6:32pm

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

6:36pm

Johnny Watson “Operator”
from Compilation (NA url)

6:39pm

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

6:45pm

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

6:51pm

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

7:00pm

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

7:02pm

Gumbohead “You Never Can Tell”
from Gumbohead (Gumbohead gumbohead.com/ 2006) L

7:13pm

Otis Spann “Country Boy”
from Otis Spann Is The Blues (jazz heritage blindpigrecords.com 1992) —originally recorded for Candid Records in 1960. The album features Otis Spann & Robert Lockwood.

7:17pm

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.

7:22pm

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

7:28pm

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

7:31pm

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.

7:34pm

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

7:44pm

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

7:47pm

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.

7:50pm

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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