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Spinitron - KDHX: Songwriters Showcase Sun Apr 10th 2011

Songwriters Showcase (Music)

Sun Apr 10th 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


Lyle Lovett “Step Inside This House” (Geffen 1998) —Welcome to the pledge drive edition, nice to have Stacy alongside, Lyle doing a great Guy Clark song, at the Fox with John Hiatt June 21.


Sam Baker “Orphan”
from Pretty World (BlueLimeStone Records 2007) —From the 3rd cd in Sam's trilogy, Marcia Ramirez joins him on harmony vocals.


Hart Rouge “Destination”
from Beaupre's Home (Red House Records www.redhouserecords.com 1997) —Hart Rouge is no longer, but Michael Dupire, Davy Gallent, & Michelle & Paul Campagne left behind some great music, including this song written by Davy and sung by Paul.


Peter Katz & the Curious “Acadian Driftwood”
from Garth Hudson Presents: A Canadian Celebration of the Band (Curve 2010) —One of many fine covers of my favorite Band song wriiten by Robbie for the Northern Lights-Southern Cross album & picked by Garth for his wonderful tribute.


The Real Macaws “Standing On The Corner Of Live And Learn”
from Standing Alone (self 2011) N  —The Byrds meet the Daredevils, Local music veterans, "Supe" Granda, Terry Jones Rogers, Scott Nienhaus, & Tim Politte make their St. Louis debut 4/23 Highlands Brewing Co. Kirkwood, the song you heard was written by Supe.


The Rainmakers “Half A Horse Apiece”
from 25 On (Bat Records 2011) N L —Across the state another Missouri Band, Kansas City's Rainmakers reunite to celebrate 25 yrs. Bob Walkenhorst, Rich Ruth, Pat Tomek, & Jeff Porter with a new cd of original tunes.


Adam Carroll “Red Bandanna Blues”
from South of Town (Down Hole Records 2006) —A much requested song from this Texas wordsmith's Lloyd Maines' produced debut.


The Chieftains Featuring John Hiatt “Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel”
from Further Down the Old Plank Road (RCA Victor 2003) —Great collaberation with the Chieftans, catch John at the Fabulous Fox when he joins Lyle Lovett for an Acoustic Evening, June 21.


Bill & Kasey Chambers “Song For A Deckhands Daughter”
from Drifting South (Whitewater Records 2009) —Papa Bill and Kasey team up for a duet on this James McMurtry song from "To Long In The Wasteland".


Tom Russell “The Sky Above, The Mud Below”
from Cowboy'd All to Hell (Frontera Records 2010) —Tom live, back at Off Broadway 10/7 and at the Mt. Olive Turner Hall with Gretchen Peters & Barry Walsh on 10/8.


Gretchen Peters “If Heaven”
from Circus Girl: The Best of Gretchen Peters (Scarlet Letter 2009) —Award winning Songwriter Gretchen Peters and new Hubby Keyboard Whiz Barry Walsh join Tom Russell & Thad Beckman in Mt.Olive 10/8 with a brand new album in hand.


Kinky Friedman “Men's Room L.A.”
from Lasso From El Paso (Sony 1976) —Kinky back at Off Broadway 4/29 after more than a decade, can't wait !! That's Ringo Starr playing the voice of God on this track.


Mary McBride “Blind Boy”
from Everything Seemed Alright (Rogan 2002) —Mary will open for Kinky, she's joined on this fine cd by the late Willie P. Bennett and D. Clinton Thompson of the Skeletons, among others.


John Stewart “July You're A Woman”
from California Bloodlines/Willard (Minus 2) (Bear Family 1989) —An often requested classic from the late John Stewart


Eliza Gilkyson with Joe Ely and Jerry Jeff Walker “Wildwood Springs”
from Special Single for Save Our Spring Alliance (Red House Records www.redhouserecords.com 2008) —Eliza joined by Joe Ely & Jerry Jeff Walker, Eliza has a new cd coming out, Jerry Jeff will be at Wildwood Springs Lodge in Steelville, 9/17.


Dixie Diesels “True Love's the Treasure”
from In the Studio 1974-1977 (self) —A never released recording by the legendary Dixie Diesels, Brad Davis, Rusty "Radar" Hurst, Willie Wainwright, Shawn Colvin, Charlie Morrill, & Mike "Boots" Potter, see you at Carries.


NQ Arbuckle “In Another Time”
from Hanging the Battle-Scarred Pinata (Six Shooter Records 2002) —Another Neville Quinlan tune from these Toronto Rockers


Ian and Sylvia “Some Day Soon”
from Greatest Hits (Vanguard Records 1970) —Sending you home with this Ian Tyson classic, same time, same place next week, thanks again for your phone calls.

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