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Spinitron - KDHX: Soul Selector Mon Jan 24th 2011

Soul Selector (Music)

Mon Jan 24th 2011 4.00pm–7.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working”
from After Hours - Live From Lincoln Center (Columbia River Entertainment Group) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Tom Ray today on Soul Selector. Tom will be back in the chair this coming Monday.


The Blues Brothers “Peter Gunn Theme”
from Blues Brothers Original Soundtrack (Atlantic unk 1980)


Muddy Waters “The Blues Had a Baby and They Named It Rock and Roll”
from Hard Again CD Album (Epic 2004)


Piano Slim and the St. Louis Blues Machine “Freeze”
from Sneaky People (Swingmaster) L —This cut features Tom Ray on harmonica.


Bruce Katz Band “The Blue Lamp”
from Live! At the Firefly (Brown Dog Music / Vizz Tone 2008) —Bruce Katz is a terrifically talented pianist and organist.


Bruce Katz Band “Norton's Boogie”
from Live! At the Firefly (Brown Dog Music / Vizz Tone 2008) —A very good boogie woogie piano cut!


from The Real Guitar Hero - Live (Chicago Blues Records 2010) N  —I was very pleased to have a live interview with Chainsaw Dupont today on phone from Chicago. He has a gig Saturday Jan 29 at BB's in St. Louis. He writes his own songs, and plays a wide range of blues styles. This cut has definite New Orleans rhythm.


from The Real Guitar Hero (Chicago Blues Records 2010) N  —A very good live houserocker!


Albert King “Won't be hanging around”
from Chess Blues Guitar (MCA Chess) L —This cut was recorded in St. Louis in 1961.


Albert King “Watermelon Man”
from The Blues Collection - Albert King (Unknown)


Gabriel “People You Don't Know My Mind”
from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording & Drop Top Music 2010) N L —The Man, and I mean THE Man, KHDX's own Jedi Master of the radio. Listen to Gabriel every Sunday 12 midnight to 3 am Monday for the oldies, classic blues, Holy Blues, and the country classics!


Barbara Carr “Good Woman Go Bad”
from Super Soul Blues Vol. 1 (Paula Records) L


Tina Turner “Shake a Hand”
from Super Soul Blues Vol. 1 (Paula Records) —Tina is backed up by Ike's band.


James Brown and The Famous Flames “No, no, no, no”
from Roots Of A Revolution (Polydor 1995) —From 1956.


James Brown “Signed, sealed and delivered”
from Roots Of A Revolution (Polydor 2005) —From 1962.


Bobby Rush “Bowlegged Woman, Knock-kneed Man”
from Super Soul Blues Vol. 1 (Paula Records)


Little Johnny Taylor “Goin' to get it on”
from Super Soul Blues Vol. 1 (Paula Records)


Little Milton “I Can't Quit You Baby”
from Chess Blues Guitar (MCA Chess) L —Recorded 1968.


Ruthie Foster “People Grinnin' In Your Face”
from The Phenomenal Ruthie Foster (Blue Corn Music 2006)


The East St. Louis Gospelettes with Francis Moore “If I had my way”
from Movin' On Up (Nashboro Records 2014) L —This album was released in 1980, and was recorded at Archway Studios in St. Louis by Oliver Sain.


The Mighty Clouds of Joy “Heavy Load”
from Pray for Me (Peacock 2007) —This CD is all live recording in 1990 at the Mt. Ephraim Baptist Church in Atlanta GA. This is old-school, tongues-of-fire Holy Blues at its best.


Koko Taylor “I Got What It Takes”
from Alligator Records 35 x 35 (Alligator 2011)


The Eddie Taylor Blues Band “Soul Brother”
from Evidence Blues Sampler Four (evidence music) —Eddie is backed up by Carey Bell on harp and Sunnyland Slim on piano.


Billy Boy Arnold “You Got to Love Me”
from Chess Blues (MCA Chess 1993) —Recorded 1955 when Billy Boy was 20 years old, with Otis Spann on piano and Bo Diddley on guitar.


Billy Boy Arnold “Shake the Boogie”
from Crucial Harmonica Blues (Alligator)


Buddy Guy “Look On Yonder's Wall”
from Antone's Bringing You the Best In Blues (Texas Music Group/ Antone's Records 1990) —Excellent live rendition.

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.