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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

6:04pm

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

6:18pm

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

6:21pm

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

6:23pm

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

6:07pm

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

6:30pm

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

6:33pm

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

6:38pm

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

6:43pm

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

6:48pm

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

6:55pm

Nappy Brown “Cherry Red”
from Long Time Coming (blind pig 2007)

7:01pm

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

7:12pm

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

7:15pm

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

7:22pm

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

7:25pm

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

7:30pm

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

7:35pm

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

7:38pm

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

7:41pm

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

7:45pm

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

7:48pm

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

7:54pm

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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