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

Nothin' but the Blues (Music)

Sun Jul 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 (with Ron Edwards) “Country blues” from Rock With Me Baby SINGLE (APO 2002) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Ron Edwards tonight. Thanks, Ron, for inviting me!Buy it!


Son House “Levee camp moan” from Son House - The Original Delta Blues (Columbia/Legacy.) —This is one of Son House's 1965 recordings. Son sings it and plays guitar, and is backed up by Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson on harmonica who was a founder of the band Canned Heat.Buy it!


Charley Patton “Stone Pony Blues” from Men Of Blues - Midnight Hour Blues (Columbia River Entertainment Group)Buy it!


Blind Willie Johnson “It's Nobody's Fault But Mine” from The Complete Blind Willie Johnson (Columbia Legacy 1993)Buy it!


Lead Belly “Fort Worth And Dallas Blues” from The Birth Of The Blues (Charly Records)Buy it!


Bukka White “Bukka's Jitterbug Swing” from The Birth Of The Blues (Charly Records)Buy it!


Mississippi John Hurt “Blue Harvest Blues” from Avalon Blues - The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings (Columbia/Legacy. 1996)Buy it!


Jimmy Yancey “35th and Dearborn” from Boogie Woogie Pioneers (Document Records)Buy it!


Kokomo Arnold “Jet black snake (with Roosevelt Sykes)” from Kokomo Arnold - The Essential (Classic Blues)Buy it!


Washboard Sam “I Just Couldn't Help It” from Washboard Sam Vol. 7 1942-1949 (Document Records 1993) —Washboard Sam sings this and plays washboard, with Roosevelt Sykes on piano, Big Bill Broonzy on guitar, Willie Dixon on string bass, and J.T. Brown on tenor sax.Buy it!


Bessie Smith “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out” from Bessie Smith - The Collection (CBS RecordsR  —Requested by listener Beth!Buy it!


J. B. Lenoir “Carrie Lee” from The Topical Bluesman "From Korea To Vietnam" (Blues Encore)Buy it!


Sonny Boy Williamson “Keep It To Yourself” from Keep it To Yourself (Blues Journey 1991)Buy it!


Bessie Smith “Empty Bed Blues Pt.1” from Bessie Smith - The Collection (CBS RecordsR  —Requested by listener Dan!Buy it!


James Crutchfield “U.S.-Russian blues” from James Crutchfield - St. Louis Blues Piano (Swingmaster 2001LBuy it!


Louisiana Red “Red's Dream” from The Lowdown Back Porch Blues (Rhino 2005)Buy it!


Jimmy Rogers “The World's In A Tangle” from Big Town Playboys - Chicago Blues 1949 -1951 Disc 1 (Acrobat www.acrobatmusic.net)Buy it!


The Soul Stirrers “Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb” from The Soul Stirrers Featuring R. H. Harris (Specialty Records 1992)Buy it!


Elmore James “Sho' nuff I do” from The Sky Is Crying: The History of Elmore James (Rhino Records 1993)Buy it!


Little Walter “Tell Me Mama” from Little Walter: Blues With A Feeling - Charley Blues Masterworks Vol. 23 (Charly Records)Buy it!


Bessie Smith “St. Louis blues” from Bessie Smith - The Collection (CBS RecordsR  —Bessie Smith's voice and Louis Armstrong's cornet cut through from 1925 like a laser scalpel. This selection was requested by listener Jim!Buy it!


Peg Leg Howell “Rolling Mill Blues” from Southern Blues Volume Two (Audio Book and Music Co.) —Peg Leg Howell's day job was as a bootlegger, which perhaps led to him being shot in the leg, and getting a, uh, pegleg.Buy it!


Six Cylinder Smith “Pennsylvania Woman Blues” from Harmonica Masters (Yazoo 2005) —No one is sure who Six Cylinder Smith actually was, though there is speculation his name was a blues handle for Blind Joe Taggart who was an itinerant evangelist.Buy it!


Hambone Willie Newbern “Shelby County Workhouse Blues” from Southern Blues Volume Two (Audio Book & Music Co.) —Hambone Willie is well known among blues historians, and gave Sleepy John Estes some guitar lessons.Buy it!


Stick Horse Hammond “Alberta” from Southern Blues Volume Two (Audi Book & Music co.) —Not much is known about Nathaniel "Stick Horse" Hammond except he was born in Dallas in 1896, and died in Shreveport in 1964. He had several records released on a label called JOB in Shreveport, which was an entirely different label than J.O.B. in ChicagoBuy it!


Lightnin’ Hopkins “Blues (That mean old twister)” from Lightnin' Hopkins - The Complete Aladdin Recordings (EMI Records)Buy it!


Mance Lipscomb “Baby, Don't You Lay It On Me” from The Best Of Mance Lipscomb (Arhoolie 2009)Buy it!


Cee Cee James “I got a right to sing the blues” from Blood Red Blues (FWG Records 2012N  —I only had time to play a couple of minutes of this pick from Cee Cee's new release. She makes her home in St. Louis, and is backed up live and on her CD by husband Rob "Slideboy" Andrews. Ron will be back in the studio next week.Buy it!

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