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Spinitron - KDHX: Bluegrass Breakdown Sun Jun 24th 2012

Bluegrass Breakdown (Music)

Sun Jun 24th 2012 12.00pm–2.00pm

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

Time zone: central

12:01pm

Dailey & Vincent “Don't You Want to Go to Heaven”
from Singing From the Heart (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2009) —A' cappella opening song

12:04pm

Bill Monroe “Bluegrass Breakdown”
from Bill Monroe & BG Boys "56-59" CD Album (Smithsonian Folkways) —Theme Song

12:10pm

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver “Going on Home”
from Sing Me A Song About Jesus (Mountain Home www.crossroadsmusic.com 2012) N R  —Request

12:13pm

Nothin' Fancy “A Soldier's Letter”
from Nothin' Fancy (Virginia Dreams 2011) N

12:17pm

Jim Bunch “Sally Anne”
from Minor Repairs (Palm 2008) —Music bed

12:19pm

Larry Rice “Aunt Mary's Spring”
from Notions & Novelties (Rebel www.rebelrecords.com) R  —Request

12:22pm

Rogers & Johnson “Sharpshooter's Blues”
from When the Bands Played (New Time)

12:26pm

Ramblers Choice “Shotgun Slade”
from Sounds of the Mountain (Rounder)

12:29pm

Larry Rice “William Tell”
from Notions & Novelties (Rebel www.rebelrecords.com) —Music bed

12:32pm

Blue Highway “Lonesome Pine” (Rebel www.rebelrecords.com 2006) R  —Request

12:35pm

Doc Watson “Ramshackle Shack”
from Riding the Midnight Train (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 1986) R  —Request

12:41pm

Stanley Brothers “My Long Skinny Lanky Sara Jane”
from An Evening Long Ago (Columbia www.columbiarecords.com)

12:42pm

Doc Watson “I'm Going Back to the Old Home”
from Riding the Midnight Train (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 1986)

12:45pm

Gillis Brothers “Train 45”
from Freight Train Special Vol. 2 (Wango) —Music bed

12:52pm

Jim & Jesse “Wreck of the Number Nine”
from Freight Train Special Vol. 1 (Wango)

12:55pm

Ralph Stanley “Daddy's Wildwood Flower”
from While the Ages Roll On (Rebel www.rebelrecords.com 2005) R  —Request

1:00pm

Bluegrass Cardinals “Pretty Red Wing”
from The Original Bluegrass Spectacular (CMH www.cmhrecords.com) —Music bed

1:02pm

Over the Hill Gang “Rebel Soldier”
from MABC Vol 1 (?) L

1:05pm

Bankester Family “Some Things Never Change”
from Looking Forward (Blue Circle 2012) N

1:09pm

Local Gents “Fireball Mail”
from Local Gents (self) L

1:11pm

The Greers “Long Shot”
from Schorched Heart & Ashes (Greers) L —Playing at Bellerive Park, South St. Louis, Mon. July 2 7:00PM

1:13pm

Potters Wheel “Who's Side are You On”
from Other Side (self) —Playing at Bellerive Park, South St. Louis, Mon. July 16 7:00PM

1:17pm

Local Gents “EMD”
from Local Gents (self) L —Music bed

1:20pm

Merle Haggard “Mama's Hungry Eyes”
from Bluegrass Sessions (MCCOURY Music www.mccourymusic.com 2007) R  —Request

1:23pm

Travers Chandler & Avery County “State of Depression” (Patuxent 2010)

1:27pm

Tim Graves & Cherokee “Hell Fire & Brimstone”
from Prodigal Son (Lamon)

1:31pm

Gerald Evans & Paradise “Hiram's Breakdown”
from Headin' Home (Lavenir) —Music bed

1:34pm

Special Consensus “Sunday Mornings Without You”
from Scratch Gravel Road (Compass www.compassrecords.com 2012) N

1:37pm

Eddie & Martha Adcock “Many a Mile” (Patuxent 2011)

1:40pm

Gerald Evans & Paradise “The Gold Rush is Over”
from Headin' Home (Lavenir)

1:42pm

Sierra Hull “Don't Pick Me Up”
from Daybreak (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2011)

1:46pm

Kenny Ray Horton “SOS”
from A Canary's Song (Fader 4 2009) —Music bed

1:48pm

Tim Hensley “Fox Run the Henhouse”
from Long Monday (Rural Rhythm)

1:50pm

The Grascals “Lay that Hammer Down”
from Life Finds a Way (Mountain Home www.crossroadsmusic.com 2012) N

1:54pm

Big Country Bluegrass “All That's Left”
from Open for Business (Mountain Road)

1:56pm

Jeff & Vida “Fire in the Water”
from Selma Chalk (Rosebank www.jeffandvida.com 2009)

2:01pm

Doc & Merle Watson “Hobo Bill's Last Ride”
from Watson Country (Flyin' Fish 1996)


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