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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Feb 24th 2013

Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Feb 24th 2013 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


Michael Burks “Storm Warning”
from Show of Strength (Alligator 2012)


Jimmy Jones “Good Timin'”
from The Rock 'n Roll Era 1960 (Time/Life Music 1992)


Magic Slim “How Many More Years”
from The Essential Magic Slim (blind pig www.rounder.com 2007)


Magic Slim And The Teardrops “Going To Mississippi”
from Anything Can Happen (blind pig www.rounder.com 2005) —live recording


Lightnin' Hopkins “Trouble In Mind” Single (NA url) —recorded live in 1977


Otis Clay “I Can Take You To Heaven Tonight”
from I'll Treat You Right (Rounder Blues www.rounder.com 1992)


Shemekia Copeland “Breakin' Out”
from The Soul Truth (Alligator 2005) —Steve Cropper on guitar and album production


Bill Jennings “Dig Uncle Will”
from Bill Jennings/Jack McDuff - Glide On (Fantasy 1999) —recorded in 1959 by Rudy Van Gelder and originally released on Jenning's "Enough Said!" LP.


Jimmy Forrest “Big Dip”
from Night Train Single (United/Delmark 1990) —recorded in 1952; The Night Train CD is a compilation of tracks originally recorded for United Records


Charles Earland “Killer Joe”
from The Mighty Burner The Best of His Highnote Recordings (NightNote 2004) —Melvin Sparks on guitar


Cab Calloway “The Calloway Boogie”
from Are You Hep to the Jive? (Columbia / Legacy 1994) —recorded in 1947 for Columbia Records


Tiny Grimes “Frankie And Johnnie”
from The Chronological Tiny Grimes 1951-1954 (Classics 2005) —recorded by Lloyd "Tiny" Grimes and his Quintet (featuring Red Prysoc and Sir Charles Thompson) for Gotham Records in 1953


Illinois Jacquet “Everyday I Have The Blues”
from The Blues; That's Me! (Prestige 1991) —featuring Tiny Grimes on guitar and Wynton Kelly on piano.


Fats Waller “AIn't Misbehavin'”
from Bluebird's Best Fats Waller At the Piano (BMG 2002)


The Ramsey Lewis Trio “Solo Para Ti”
from In Chicago + Stretching Out (Jazz Beat 2008) —originally released on "Stretching Out" in 1960


Willis Jackson “Thunderbird”
from Keep On A Blowin' Legends of Acid Jazz (Fantasy 1999) —originally released on the "Thunderbird" lp in 1962; features Freddie Roach and Bill Jennings


Count Basie “Fare Thee Honey, Fare Thee Well (Take 2)”
from The Complete Decca Recordings (MCA Records/GRP Records 1992) —recorded in 1939


T.N.T. Tribble “Hot Heat”
from T.N.T. Tribble (Collectables 1990) —recorded by Gotham Records in 1953


Horace Silver Sextet “The Jody Grind” (Capital Records 1991) —originally released in 1967


Michelle "Evil Gal" Willson and Sugar Ray Norcia “You Got What It Takes”
from Deep Blue - 25 Years of Blues on Rounder Records (Rounder www.rounder.com 1995) —Brook Benton and Dinah Washington would be proud!

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