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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Jul 29th 2012

Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Sun Jul 29th 2012 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


Big Mama Thornton “Let Your Tears Fall Baby”
from Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings (MCA 1992) —recorded in 1952 for a Peacock single


Dinah Washington “Fat Daddy”
from A Slick Chick (On the Mellow Side): The Rhythm & Blues Years (Mercury 1983) —recorded with the Jimmy Cobb Quintet in NYC, 1952


Ruth Brown “Mend Your Ways”
from Rockin' In Rhythm - The Best of Ruth Brown (Atlantic unk 1996) —recorded in 1953 in NYC for an Atlantic single.


Lowell Fulson “Do Me Right”
from The Complete Chess Masters (Chess 1997) —recorded in 1955, originally Checker single 820.


Jimmy Liggins “Goin' Down with the Sun”
from Jimmy Liggins and His Drops of Joy, Vol. 2: Rough Weather Blues (Specialty 1992) —a Specialty single recorded in 1951


Johnny "Guitar" Watson “Baby Don't Leave”
from var: West Coast Guitar Killers, Vol. 2 1952-1969 (El Segundo) —originally released as JOWAT single 118; HEAVY use of distortion


Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins “Another Fool in Town”
from Blues Kingpins (Virgin Records America 2003) —originally released on RPM in 1953


John Lee Hooker “Women and Money”
from The Complete '50s Chess Recordings (MCA 1998) —recorded in Detroit in 1952, with Bob Thurman, Tom Whitehead and Eddie Kirkland


Jimmy Reed “Tell The World I Do”
from Now Appearing (Rhino-Collectables 2000) —originally released on Vee-Jay in 1960


Little Junior Parker's Blue Flames “Sittin' Drinkin' and Thinkin'”
from var: Sun Records - The Ultimate Blues Collection (Varese Sarabande 2003) —recorded in 1953, not sure who the fine guitar player is, but it's probable that it's Earl Hooker.


Bobby "Blue" Bland “You've Got Bad Intensions”
from The Anthology - 1952-1982 (MCA 2001) —recorded in Houston in 1955 with the Bill Harvey Orch, featuring Joe Scott, Pluma Davis and Roy Gaines.


Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “Depression Blues”
from var: Boogie Uproar - Texas Blues and R&B 1947-1954 (JSP Records 2006) —JSP Box Set; tune was recorded in Houston in 1954


Junior Wells “Blues Hit Big Town (take 5)”
from Blues Hit Big Town (Delmark Records 1998) —recorded for United Records in 1954, with the Muddy Waters band and Louis Myers.


Little Walter “The Toddle”
from Confessin' the Blues (MCA 1996) —Luther Tucker and Freddie Robinson on guitars, also Below, Dixon and Spann.


T-Bone Walker “I Got the Blues”
from T-Bone Walker the complete Imperial Recordings 1950-1954 (EMI Records 1991) —recorded in Los Angeles in 1951


George Harmonica Smith “Love Life”
from Harmonica Ace - The Modern Masters (Ace 1991) —RPM circa 1956


Pee Wee Crayton “Texas Hop (alt take)”
from The Modern Legacy Vol. 1 (Ace 1996)


Sonny Boy Williamson “Goin' In Your Direction” (Alligator 1994) —album of Trumpet Records side, recorded in 1954.


Elmore James “Dust My Broom”
from Sonny Boy Williamson, King Biscuit Time (Arhoolie 1989) —Elmore's 1st recording of Dust My Broom, with Sonny Boy II on harp


Howlin' Wolf “The Natchez Burnin'”
from His Best, Vol. 2 (MCA 1999)


Little Richard “All Around The World”
from The Very Best of Little Richard (Concord Records, Inc. 2008) —Specialty single in 1956


Chuck Berry “Around and Around”
from The Anthology (MCA / Chess 2000) L —1958


Bo Diddley “I'm Looking for a Woman”
from The Chess Box 1955-1969 (MCA 1990) —1955

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