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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Jan 30th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Jan 30th 2011 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


Mel BROWN “Blues On The Green”
from Neck Bones And Cavias (Electro-fi 1967) —Welcom to BROWNsville for this evening. In celebration of Ruth BROWN's bday, we'll do the show in BROWN


The Coasters “Charlie Brown”
from 1959 Rock & Roll (Time Life) —One of the most famous BROWNs


Chuck Berry “Brown Eyed Handsome Man”
from The Great 28 (Chess 1984) L


Muddy Waters “Copper Brown”
from i'm ready (Epic unk)


Mel BROWN “Fannie Mae”
from HomeWreckin' Done Live (Electro-fi)


Ruth Brown “Teardrops from My Eyes”
from Miss Rhythm - Greatest Hits and More (Atlantic 1989) —Born Jan 30 1928, Died Nov 17 2006 This tune from 1950


Roy Brown “Love Don't Love Nobody”
from Greatest Hits (King Records 2004) —Also from 1950


Clarence Brown “Boogie Rambler”
from Blowin The Fuse 1950 (Bear Family)


Charles Brown “Just a Lucky So and So” (Bullseye)


James Brown “It's a Man's Man's Man's World”
from Soul Classics Quiet Storm The 60's (Polygram Records 1996)


Nappy Brown “Cherry Red”
from Long Time Coming (blind pig www.rounder.com 2007)


Oscar Brown Jr “Hum Drum Blues”
from Sin & Soul... and Then Some (Columbia 1959)


Ruth Brown and Johnny Adams “I Don't Know”
from New Blues Hits (Bullseye 1997)


Willie Brown “M&O BLues”
from 16 Classic Blues from the 1920's Vol 3 (Blues Images bluesimages.com) —originally a Paramount 78 from 1930, we'll send this out to Ron Edwards


Brother Woodman & The Chanters & Ethel Brown “Hot Mama”
from Central Rocks! The Central Avenue Scene 1951-58, Vol. 2 (Ace Records 2005) —very much a Ruth Brown sound, from 1959 Los Angeles' Central Ave


Bobby Brown “Who Are They To Say”
from The Goldband Blues Collection Part 1 (Collectables 1994) —recorded for the Goldband Label of Lake Charles, Louisiana


Andrew Brown “Something Can Go Wrong”
from The USA Records Blues Story (Fuel 2000 Records)


J.T. Brown “Give Her Plenty Money to Spend”
from Windy City Boogie (Delmark Records 1998) —with Matt Murphy on guitar, originally recorded for United Records


Hash Brown's Texas Blues Review “Hey Little Girl”
from Hash Brown's Texas Blues Revue (Cannonball 1999) —Zuzu Bollin on vocals


Sarah Brown “Barbwire Kiss”
from Sayin' What I'm Thinkin' (blind pig www.rounder.com 1996)


The Jeremiah Johnson Band with The Sliders “Brown Eyed Senorita”
from 9th & Russell (The Jeremiah Johnson Band with he Sliders 2011) L —Jeremiah in solo mode - no Sliders on this cut


Dean Brown “Big Foot”
from Here (ESC Records 2000) —jazzy B3 groove instrumental


Roy Brown “There's Good Rockin' Tonight”
from Greatest Hits (King Records 2004) R  —Thanks for all the great phone calls

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