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Spinitron - KDHX: Songwriters Showcase Sun Dec 25th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Songwriters Showcase (Music)

Sun Dec 25th 2011 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Beth Neilsen Chapman “Years”
from Beth Nielsen Chapman (Reprise 1990) —Merry Christmas, we start our show with my favorite Christmas tune "...and we thought about years, how they take so long and they go so fast." WOW !!! How True.


R.B. Morris “A Winter's Tale”
from Zeke and the Wheel (KOCH Records 1999) —Original version of a Great Christmas tail that was recently covered by Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis on their Happy Holidays cd.


Fats Kaplin and Kristi Rose “Come See the Baby”
from I Wonder As I Wander (Pulp Country www.pulpcountry.com 2010) —from a wonderful Cristmas release from last year, 2 of my favorite artists sing this one that Kristi wrote with Angela Lashley, backed by Fats, Kristi's personal one man band.


Gord Bamford “Baseball Glove”
from CMT - The Gift of Giving (Corus Entertainment 2011) —Baseball songs have always been featured on the show, it's nice to find one that features baseball and Christmas.


Dana Cooke “Christmas Down in Cooperstown”
from Diamond Cuts: Turning Two (Hungry For Music 1998) —and yet another, from Hungry for Music's great volume of baseball songs, great music and instruments for inner city kids, everybody wins.


Kasey Chambers and the Lost Dogs “Nothing But A Child”
from STORYBOOK (Cirence 2011) —Steve Earle's classic Christmas song has been covered many times, but none better than this new one by Kasey.


Hayes Carll “Grateful for Christmas”
from Kmag Yoyo (& Other American Stories) (Lost Highway www.losthighwayrecords.com 2011) —Hayes is Grateful for Christmas and we're all grateful for Hayes.


Emily Kaitz “I Knew It Wouldn't Feel Like Christmas Day”
from Middle Aged Rock & Rollers Are So Damn Cute (Pingleblobber Records 1991) —Emily takes her Christmas trip with Townes Van Zandt on her tape player, how's that for great taste.


Brock Zeman “Triple Crown”
from Me Then You (Busted Flat Records/ Mud Records 2011) —Got this new Brock Zeman late, or it might have made my top ten list, true story of the Triple Crown Barroom in San Marcos, where you'll find a Band playing Christmas.


Over the Rhine “Here It Is”
from Snow Angel (Bonus Track Version) (BEAT MANAGEMENT INC. - Digital 2007) —Linford Detweiler and Karin Bergquist with a dozen great Christmas originals


Tom Pacheco “Robert and Ramona”
from Eagle In the Rain (Ringsend Road Music Group 1989) —Tom does his own version of "Thelma and Louise" on Christmas eve from his amazing Eagle in the Rain


Fred Eaglesmith “Comes And Goes”
from Fred J. Eaglesmith (Lonesome Day www.lonesomeday.com 1990) —Fred doing his best John Prine imitation from his very first release, recently converted from vinyl.


Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer “American Noel” (Signature Sounds Recording Company www.signaturesounds.com 2008) —Dave Carter died suddenly in 2002 at the age of 49, just as he and his partner Tracy Grammer were making a big impact on the americana music world, among the music he left us was this Christmas classic.


Katy Moffatt “Nazareth To Bethlehem”
from Midnight Radio (Watermelon Records/ TMG 1996) —The only Christmas song that Tom Russell wrote, with Katy who performs it here.


Dave Werner and John Krane “Run Come See”
from Single (self 2011) —Fred Friction left this fine tune in my mailbox, it was written by Dee Werner, thanks, Fred.


Jethro Tull “Another Christmas Song”
from Christmas Album (Fuel 2000 www.fuel2000.com 2000) —Rich was kind enough to spend Christmas morning helping me out, here's his set, starting with an Ian Anderson original.


Loreena McKennitt “SNOW”
from Celtic Christmas (Windham Hill 1995) —I think all Celtic woman were born singing, Loreena is certainly no exception.


Shelleyan Orphan “Ice”
from Acoustic Christmas (Columbia 1990) —Proving snow and ice go together Rich ends his set with this little gem from a Columbia Compilation worth seeking out, Thanks, Rich.


Lynn Miles “Casinos el Camino”
from Love Sweet Love (TRUE NORTH RECORDS 2005) —The amazing Lynn Miles on the road at Cristmas time, Lynn is quickly moving up my list of favorite female songwriters.


Stan Rogers “First Christmas”
from Between The Breaks…Live! (Fogarty's Cove Music 1979) —The late Stan Rogers with one of the best and saddest Christmas songs ever written.


Nanci Griffith “On Grafton Street”
from Flyer (Rhino/Elektra 1994) —Nanci at her best.


John McCutcheon “Christmas In The Trenches”
from Winter Solstice (Rounder www.rounder.com 1984) —Played this last week, and wasn't going to play it this week, but had too, after the third request, especially when one requester is your sister, Merry christmas, Jane.


Maria Dunn “God Bless Us Everyone - Maria Dunn AB”
from Let It Snow! Unique Canadian Winter Music (Psychotic Gitch Music 2004) —We end with the immortal words of Tiny Tim, pretty good advice, have a wonderful Holiday Season, thanks for hanging out with me on Christmas morning, see you next year !!

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