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Spinitron - KDHX: Rhythm Highways Thu Feb 27th 2014

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Rhythm Highways (Music)

Thu Feb 27th 2014 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


Julien Brunetaud “Things Ain't What They Used To Be”
from J.B. Boogie & Blues (Southland Records 2005) —a Duke Ellington composition performed by a talented French pianist.


Big Chief Ellis “Prison Blues”
from Big Chief Ellis featuring Tarheel Slim, Brownie McGhee and John Cephas (Trix 1995) —originally released in '76, from a couple of sessions made in the mid-'70s. Big Chief was based in Washington, D.C. at the time.


Ann Rabson “Blue Boogie”
from Music Makin' Mama (Alligator Records 1997) —what a great spirit this woman had. We lost Ann a couple years back, but can remember her through her music.


The Highway Q.C's “He Lifted My Burdens”
from Where He Leads Me (Snapper/Charly 2004) —founded in 1945 by Charles Copeland (who wrote this tune), the name comes via "The Highway Baptist Church" and "Q.C. High School".


Sister Wynona Carr “Operator, Operator”
from Dragnet for Jesus (Specialty Records/Fantasy Inc. 1992) —Sister Carr played piano on the vast majority of her recordings, including this one (which she also wrote.)


The Angelic Gospel Singers “Touch Me Lord Jesus”
from The Best of Nashboro Gospel (Nashboro Records/Ace Records 1994) —a title originally recorded by the group while with Gotham Records, this version is from 1955.


The Sojourners “When I Die”
from The Sojourners (Black Hen Music 2009) —a little wurlitzer action going on here; the Sojourners are Will Sanders, Ron Small and Marcus Mosely.


Fred Kaplan “Bunk's Blues”
from Hold My Mule (Regal Radio Records 2012) —one of my favorite players, one among many! We'll be hearing from again on down the road sometime, have no doubt.


Johnny Jones “Hello, Baby”
from Johnny Jones With Billy Boy Arnold (Alligator Records 1979) —rare recordings under his own name, made in 1963...Johnny was Elmore James' piano player and can be heard on many of Elmore's recordings.


Ken Saydak “Mama Please”
from Foolish Man (Delmark 1998) —this album was Ken's debut, after 25 years of playing out professionally. Nothing like taking your time!


Ann Peebles “Walk Away”
from U.S. R&B Hits '69-'79 (Cream/Hi Records 1995) L —this is an Oliver Sain tune, recorded back in 1969 - it was actually her debut single!


Aretha Franklin “Today I Sing The Blues”
from The Delta Meets Detroit Aretha's Blues (Rhino/Atlantic 1998) —this version was recorded for Atlantic Records for the Soul '69 LP - Aretha herself is playing the piano.


Professor Longhair “Crawfish Fiesta” (Alligator 1980) —Fess' final album, completed just prior to his passing.


Dr. John “My Indian Red”
from Goin' Back To New Orleans (Warner Brothers 1992)


The Iguanas “The Liquor Dance”
from Plastic Silver 9 Volt Heart (Yep Roc 2003) —an ode to the "effects" Mardri Gras can have - all that liquor might leave you in a state of negative observationism (I made that there part up.)


Jerry Lee Lewis “Breathless”
from 18 Original Sun Greatest Hits (Rhino 1984)


Jerry Lee Lewis “Lewis Boogie”
from 18 Original Sun Greatest Hits (Rhino 1984)


Jerry Lee Lewis “Wild One”
from 18 Original Sun Greatest Hits (Rhino 1984)


Gene Taylor “Moonlight Rider”
from Roadhouse Memories (Bluelight Records 2013) N  —Gene recording a batch of tunes with the help of his fine Finnish buddies.


Barrelhouse Chuck & Kim Wilson's Blues All-Stars “Driftin' from Town to Town” (The Sirens Records 2013) N  —there 13 mighty fine tracks on here. I'm enjoying each and every one of them!


The Claudettes “Serenading the Clean-Up Crew”
from Infernal Piano Plot . . . Hatched! (Yellow Dog Productions/OM God Music 2013) —this Chicago band is playing 2 shows in St. Louis on Sat, March 8th.


John Nemeth “You Know”
from Name the Day! (Blind Pig Records 2010) —one of the finest young singers around...yes, he's still young enough to call him a "young singer".


Dave Keyes “Here She Comes Again”
from Right Here RIght Now (Keyesland Records 2013) —NYC area musician

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