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Spinitron - KDHX: Nothin' but the Blues Sun Jan 22nd 2012

Nothin' but the Blues (Music)

Sun Jan 22nd 2012 8.00pm–10.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Little Hatch “Country Blues”
from Rock With Me Baby CD Album (APO 2002) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in tonight for Ron Edwards. Thanks, Ron, for inviting me. Tonight's theme is Eatin' And Drinkin' The Blues.


Bessie Smith “Gimme a pigfoot”
from Bessie Smith - The Collection (CBS Records) —Starting out with tunes about....pigmeat!


Bo Carter “Pigmeat is what I crave”
from The Birth Of The Blues (Charly Records)


Peetie Wheatstraw “Beer tavern”
from Peetie Wheatstraw - The Essential (Classic Blues) L —A set of what I call Beer Drinkin' Beer Tunes ; - )


Marylin Scott “Beer Bottle Boogie”
from Boogie Woogie (Membran/Documents) —Marylin Scott's real name was Mary Deloatch.


Bessie Smith “Me And My Gin”
from The Complete Recordings, Vol. 4 (Sony Music Entertainment) —Gin drinkin' music!


Robert Johnson “Ther're Red Hot”
from Robert Johnson - The Centennial Collection (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 2011) —This recording is quite different from Robt. Johnson's other recordings. Instead of being a Delta style 12 bar blues, it is a 16 bar blues with 1 bar coda, done in a style reminiscent of the Piedmont blues guitarists. Hot tamales are red hot!


LOUISIANA RED “Bring me some water”
from Driftin' (Earwig Music 2005) —Water is yet another classic blues beverage.


Kim Massie & The Solid Senders “MUDDY WATER”
from A Lady By Choice (self-released 2007) L —A drinkin' water tune done by St. Louis' powerhouse vocalist.


Kokomo Arnold “Red beans and rice”
from Kokomo Arnold - The Essential (Classic Blues) —There are plenty of blues tunes inspired by good ol' wholesome beans!


Louis Jordan “Beans And Cornbread”
from Louis Jordan - The Anthology 1938 - 1953 (MCA Records 1975)


Little Cooper and the Drifters “Pinto Beans”
from Baby, I'm Back (Black Magic Records) L —Timothy "Little" Cooper was a St. Louis area blues talent who recorded in the '50s-'60s, who was out of music for a long time, until a comeback in the late 1990's. Recorded at Archway Studio in St. Louis.


Marcia Ball “Red Beans”
from Deep Blue - The Rounder 25th Anniversary Blues Anthology (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com) —Fine rockin' 88s and vocal from Marcia Ball.


Washboard Sam “She's Just My Size”
from Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol 7 (31 July 1942 to 27 October 1949) (Document Records 1993) —A song all about the benefits of having a woman who'll bake bread, cakes, biscuits and pies! with Big Bill Broonzy on guitar.


Robert Johnson “Dead Shrimp Blues”
from Robert Johnson - The Centennial Collection (Columbia Legacy) —A pair of songs about seafood.


Peetie Wheatstraw “I want some seafood”
from Peetie Wheatstraw - The Essential (Classic Blues) L


Champion Jack Duprée “Cabbage Greens No. 2”
from New Orleans Barrelhouse Boogie (Columbi/Legacy) —Cabbage greens are danged good....take it from me and Champion Jack Dupree!


Lightnin' Hopkins “Coffee Blues”
from The Very Best Of Lightnin' Hopkins (Rhino Records 1999) —Coffee is an essential beverage of the blues.


Little Willie Littlefield “Drinkin' Hadacol”
from Boogie, Blues and Bounce - The Modern Recordings, Vol. 2 (Ace Records 2005) —Hadacol was a patent medicine marketed through the last of the big traveling medicine roadshows. It contained B vitamins and 12% alcohol, and could be bought in dry counties at the drugstore.


Amos Milburn “Let Me Go Home, Whiskey”
from The Best Of Amos Milburn (EMI-Capitol Records 1994) —A four song set of whiskey blues.


Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra “Who threw the whiskey in the well”
from The History Of Rhythm & Blues 1942 - 1952 (Rhythm and Blues Records) —Wynonie Brown sings the vocal on this one.


Bob Margolin “Brown liquor”
from Down In The Alley (Alligator Records) —Bob Margolin was Muddy Water's backup guitarist in Muddy's later years, and this is a Bob Margolin composition.


Bill "Sauce Boss" Wharton “I don't want no whiskey”
from Florida Blues (Burning Disk Records)


Joe Liggins “Pink champagne”
from Specialty Legends of Jump Blues Vol. 1 (Specialty 1994) —A set of two tunes, all about fermented grape juice.


Stick McGhee “Drank Up All The Wine Last Night”
from Stick McGhee - New York Blues and R&B 1947 - 1951 (JSP Records) —This was a follow up recording to Stick McGhee's big hit "Drinkin' wine spo-dee-oh-dee." Stick was Brownie McGhee's brother.


Stick McGhee “Southern Menu”
from Stick McGhee - New York Blues and R&B 1947 - 1951 (JSP Records) —One more cut from Stick; this time, a tune which is a full buffet of southern delicacies!


John Lee Hooker “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer”
from The Ultimate Collection: 1948 - 1990 (Rhino Records)

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