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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Jul 31st 2011

Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Jul 31st 2011 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


The Lazy Jumpers “Hand Shake Blues”
from Comin' On Like Gangbusters (El Toro 2007) —Great Spanish band, very good harp work, backed Little Rachel on one of her CDs


Little G. Weevil “The Woman I Ain't Never Seen”
from Southern Experience (APIC Records 2009) —based in Atlanta, native of Hungary, deep blues juke style here


Tim Lothar and Peter Nande “Confessions”
from Two for the Road (Gateway Music 2009) —back porch duo format for Lothar (guitars and vocals) and Nande (harp and vocals). This Danish duo also have an electric blues group.


Frank Muschalle Trio “Movin' in with Katie”
from The Frank Muschalle Trio featuring Rusty Zinn (Styx 2002) —incredible pianist from Austria. Song is a tribute to Katie Webster


Jamie Wood featuring Johnny Rover “Let Me Off Uptown”
from Ain't No Doubt About It (Pacific Blues 2003) —Johnn Rover plays some great harp, he's from Brazil


Julien Brunetaud “Mardi Gras for Cyrine”
from J.B. Boogie & Blues (Southland Records 2005) —French artist, 21 years old at time of recording


Big Dez “Why She Stays”
from You Can Smile (Why Note 2007) —highly regarded French player, CD features Preston Hubbard on bass, Michael Cherry on drums (Bel Airs) and Margaret Bianchetta


Kid Andersen “You Ain't So Pretty No More”
from Rock Awhile (Blue Soul 2003) —one of Norway's finest exports! current lead guitarist in Rick Estrin's band as well as a noted producer


Frank Goldwasser (Paris Slim) “Don't Take Away My Love”
from bluju (Delta Groove 2007) —long time resident of the US, this French artist has spent years playing with all West Coast blues artists


Sven Zetterberg “Dead Ringer Blues”
from Moving in the Right Direction (Last Buzz 2004) —Fine Swedish vocalist, in the ballpark of Salgado and Nemeth, if not as powerful


Blues Etilicos featuring Flavio Guimaraes “William's Influence”
from Dente de Ouro (Deckdisc 1996) —name of this Argentine band loosely translates to Far Out Blues


Lynwood Slim and The Igor Prado Band “SHAKE IT BABY”
from Brazilian Kicks (DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONS 2010) —Igor sings here and plays guitar. You'll be hearing much of from this very young Brazilian band in years to come.


Thorbjorn Risager “Can't Get Enough”
from From the Heart (Cope Records 2007) —fantastic singer and bandleader from Denmark


Nico Wayne Toussaint “Can't You Tell”
from Transatlantic Live (Dixiefrog 2004) —fine, soulful harp player from France, lives in US now, influenced by Cotton and RJ Mischo


Big Pete (Pieter van der Pluijm) with The Mannish Boys “Way Down South”
from Shake for Me (Delta Groove 2010) —The harp player/singer from the Netherland is doing so well that he has a CD due out on Delta Groove around October.


Latvian Blues Band “Lost”
from Unreal (self released 2009)


LIttle Boogie Boy “I'll Overcome”
from In Case You've Got The Blues (Firesweep 2002) —From The Netherlands, if you took Lil' Edand Slick Ballinger, threw them in a sack, Little Boogie Boy's sound migt be what you get.


Mojo Blues Band “I Don't Care”
from Get Out Blues! (Styx Records 2009) —Extremely solid band out of Austria who know how to swing the blues


Wentus Blues Band “Here in the Night”
from Agriculture (Bluelight Records 2007) —major Finnish blues band, p


Maurizio Pugno “Tronfy the Weeper”
from Kill the Coffee (Pacific Blues 2009) —CD features the cream of the crop of Italian blues musicians, as well as Sugar Ray Norcia and Mark DuFresne taking turns on harp and vocals


Nuno MIndelis “I Got You Baby”
from Twelve Hours (Beast Music 2003) —Brazilian guitar player, this cd features Brazilian musicians, blues rock player influences by SRV

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