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Spinitron - KDHX: Blues in the Night Fri Aug 5th 2011

Blues in the Night (Music)

Fri Aug 5th 2011 4.00pm–7.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working”
from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Magnum Music Group. 1998) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Art on this last half of Blues In The Night.


from Live In Stuttgart (KING SOLOMON Self 1999) L


Morry Sochat & The Special 20s “Mean & Evil Ways”
from Swingin' Shufflin' Smokin' (Special 20 Publishing 2010) N  —I had the pleasure of seeing Morry and the 20s last weekend. Their repetoire includes some righteous, old-school Chicago blues.


Morry Sochat & The Special 20s “Natural Born Lover”
from Eatin' Dirt (Galaxie Records 2008)


Gabriel “Gabriel, blow your horn, part 2”
from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording & Drop Top Music 2010) L —Gabriel will be doing his annual birthday show this Sunday on KDHX, midnight to 3 am Monday morning.


Boo Boo Davis “Dirty Dog”
from Name Of The Game (Black & Tan 2008) —James 'Boo Boo' Davis is back home for a bit, and will perform Saturday Aug 6 at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups, right here in St. Louis. He will be backed up on guitar by the following three...Dave Herrero, Big Mike Aguirre, and Matt Hill.


Dave Herrero “HALO”
from Austin to Chicago (self-release 2008)


Matt Hill “Hellz Bellz”
from On The Floor (Deep Fryed Records/VIZZTONE 2010)


The Charles Walker Blues Band “What's The Matter”
from Keep Takin (Ehlona Records, Inc 2005) —The Charles Walker Blues Band will perform at BB's on Sunday Aug 7. Charles Walker plays tenor sax, and the vocalist is Miss Shanna Jackson. They have been stopping in town a couple times a year, and put on a damned fine show!


Johnny Winter “Bad luck and trouble”
from The Progressive Blues Experiment (Friday Music Records 1969) —Johnny does the vocal, and plays the National guitar, mandolin, and harmonica on this cut. This album was originally released in 1969, just before Johnny released his first Capitol album which made him a household name around the world.


The Tractors “The Tulsa Shuffle”
from The Tractors (Arista Records 1994)

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