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Spinitron - KDHX: Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley Mon Apr 4th 2011

Gabriel's Tin Pan Alley (Music)

Mon Apr 4th 2011 12.00am–3.00am

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

Time zone: central


The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conducting “1812 Overture (Finale)” from 1812 Overture (Columbia) —Hound Dog Brown is filling for The MAN tonight! Because of the storms headed this way, Gabriel opted to stay home out of the weather. Gabriel will be back in the air room next week for the Spring membership drive.Buy it!


Muddy Waters “Got MY Mojo Working” from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Magnum Music Group. 1998)Buy it!


The Blues Brothers “Peter Gunn Theme” from Blues Brothers Original Soundtrack (Atlantic 1980)Buy it!


Aretha Franklin “Think (Single Version)” from The Soul Story vol. 6 (Timelife)Buy it!


Ray Charles “Mess Around (05-17-53)” from 1953-1954 (Unknown)Buy it!


Roy Milton “The Hucklebuck” from The History of Rhythm and Blues - Disc 2 (Rhythm & Blues Records 2009) —I really goofed, folks! I meant to play T-Bone Walker's original version of "Call it stormy Monday", but played Roy Milton's "The hucklebuck" instead! How embarrassin'!Buy it!


Buddy Guy “Leave My Girl Alone” from Chess Blues Guitar / Two Decades Of Killer Fretwork (MCA Chess 1998)Buy it!


Elmore James “Talk to me baby” from Chess Blues Guitar / Two Decades Of Killer Fretwork, 1949-1969 (MCA Chess)Buy it!


Gabriel “Gabriel, blow your horn, part 2” from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording & Drop-Top Music 2010LBuy it!


The Five Blind Boys of Alabama “Too Sweet to Be Saved” from Hallelujah - A Collecttion Of Their Finest Recordings (Music Collection International)Buy it!


The Five Blind Boys of Alabama “I saw the light” from Hallelujah - A Collecttion Of Their Finest Recordings (Music Collection International)Buy it!


Moon Mullican “Leaving You With a Worried Mind” from Moonshine Jamboree (Ace Records/G.M.L. Inc. 2010)Buy it!


Merrill Moore “Cow Cow Boogie” from Boogie My Blues Away (Bear Family Records www.bear-family.de 1990)Buy it!


Leon McAuliffe & His Western Swing Band “Take It Away, Leon” from Hillibilly Boogie! (Legacy/Columbia 1994)Buy it!


Pete Johnson “Climbin' And Screamin'” from King Of Boogie (Milan America)Buy it!


James Crutchfield “Bogalusa blues” from James Crutchfield - St. Louis Blues Piano (Swingmaster 2001L —Here is your musical heritage, St. Louisans! St. Louis barrelhouse piano, by James Crutchfield and Buck McFarland.Buy it!


Barrelhouse Buck McFarland “Four o'clock blues” from Alton Blues (Delmark RecordsLBuy it!


The Angelic Gospel Singers “Touch Me Lord Jesus” from The Best of Nashboro Gospel (Nashboro Records/Ace Records 1994)Buy it!


The Taylor Brothers “Mother's Advice” from The Best of Nashboro Gospel (Nashboro Records/Ace Records)Buy it!


Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies “The eyes of Texas” from Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys (Proper Records)Buy it!


Albert King “(I Love) Lucy” from The Very Best of Albert King (Stax/Concord Music Group 2007)Buy it!


Albert King “WATERMELON MAN” from The Blues Collection - Albert King (Unknown)Buy it!


Hank Williams “I am bound for the promised land” from Hank Williams Revealed (Time Life 2009)Buy it!


Roy Acuff “When I Lay My Burden Down” from Columbia Historic Edition (Columbia Nashville 1936)Buy it!


Pete Johnson “BOOGIE WOOGIE” from Juke Joint Jump - A Boogie Woogie Celebration (Columbia Legacy 1996)Buy it!


Big Bad smitty “Long ol' lonesome day” from Mean Disposition (Black Magic 1991L —Backing Smitty on these cuts are St. Louis musicians Arthur Williams on harp, Bennie Smith on guitar, Durious Montgomery on bass, and Rayburn Hayes on drums.Buy it!


Big Bad smitty “I Didn't Marry Your Family” from Mean Disposition (Black Magic 1991LBuy it!


The East St. Louis Gospelettes with Francis Moore “What singing is all about” from Movin' On Up (Nashboro 1980L —Recorded at Archway Studio in St. Louis by Oliver Sain! and released on Nashboro Records in 1980.Buy it!


John Lee Hooker “Lonesome mood” from Best Of The Blues (MCA Records)Buy it!


Elmore James “Done somebody wrong” from The Sky Is Crying: The History of Elmore James (Rhino Records 1993)Buy it!


Albert Collins “Too Many Dirty Dishes” from Cold Snap (Alligator 1986)Buy it!


Muddy Waters “Mannish Boy” from Hard Again CD ALBUM (Sony Music 2004)Buy it!


Howlin' Wolf “Rockin' Daddy” from The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions (Chess 1971)Buy it!


Slim and Zella Mae Cox “Just As The Sun Went Down” from Wait'll you see my brand new home (self-releaseLBuy it!


Slim and Zella Mae Cox “Preaching Up a Storm” from Wait'll you see my brand new home (self-releaseLBuy it!


Wayne Hancock “Louisiana Blues” from KDHX studio recording (none) —These cuts by Wayne The Train Hancock were recorded in the KDHX studio on Oct. 18 2008 during Jeff Corbin's Saturday afternoon classic C&W show "The Back Country".Buy it!


Wayne Hancock “Wayne's freight train boogie” from KDHX studio recording (none)Buy it!


Big Joe Duskin “Dollar Bill Boogie” from Cincinnati Stomp (Arhoolie 1980)Buy it!


Rum Drum Ramblers “How long'fore I can change my clothes” from Hey Lordy Mama Mama Get Up and Go (Big Muddy Records 2008LBuy it!


Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “We're Outta Here” from Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Alligator Records)Buy it!

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