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Spinitron - KDHX: Memphis to Manchester Thu Jul 28th 2011

Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu Jul 28th 2011 7.00am–10.00am

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

Time zone: central


Don Covay & The Goodtimers “I'll Be Satisfied”
from Mercy! (Atlantic unk 1965) —Written by Don Covay & Ronald Miller and originally released by Atlantic in 1965.


Small Faces “Sorry She's Mine”
from The Small Faces (Remastered) (Decca Music Group Ltd. 1996) —Written by Kenny Lynch and found on their 1966 debut release. Featuring Steve Marriott on lead vocals.


Steve Cropper and Sharon Jones “Messin' Up”
from Dedicated: A Salute to The 5 Royales (429 www.429records.com 2011) N  —Written by Lowman Pauling of The 5 Royales who was a big influence on the guitar-playing of Steve Cropper. This new tribute to the 5 Royales features a number of different vocalists such as Sharon Jones, Bettye LaVette, B.B. King, Dan Penn, Steve Win


The San Remo Golden Strings “Festival Time”
from Double Cookin': Classic Northern Soul Instrumentals (Ace 2010) —Music bed. 1966 soul instrumental written by Joanne Bratton & Linda Bunten.


Mark Ronson featuring Amy Winehouse “Valerie”
from Version (RCA Records Label 2007) —RIP Amy Winehouse. You would be hard pressed to find a better track from 2007 than this Zutons cover with Amy Winehouse on lead vocals & backing by the Dap-Kings and ?uestlove.


Amy Winehouse “You Know I'm No Good”
from Back to Black (Universal 2006) —Written by Amy Winehouse & produced by Mark Ronson. This one also has a number of Dap-Kings in the backing band. So much talent -- very sad.


The City Champs “Love Is a Losing Game”
from The Safecracker (Bonus Track Version) (Electraphonic Recording-Digital Electraphonic Recording.com 2009) —Music bed. 2009 instrumental version of the Amy Winehouse song performed by this Memphis-based trio.


Lou Rawls “Bring It On Home” (Capitol Records 1970) —Written by Sam Cooke and found on this album comprised mainly of Sam Cooke songs. Produced by Rick Hall & David Axelrod.


Adele “Rolling In The Deep”
from 21 (XL/Columbia 2011) —Written by Adele Adkins & Paul Epworth. Pretty great single.


John Legend & The Roots “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free”
from Wake Up! (G.O.O.D. Music/Columbia 2010) —Written by Billy Taylor & made famous by Nina Simone. John Legend & Sade are performing tonight (7/28) at the Scottrade Center. Not inexpensive but highly recommended.


Jimmy Griffin Orchestra “Wade In The Water”
from Mo' Mod Jazz (Kent 1998) —Music bed. Instrumental version of the traditional gospel song recorded in 1960 for the Riverside label.


Nina Simone “Save Me”
from Soul Diva Sisters (Union Square 2004) —Written by Aretha & Carolyn Franklin & King Curtis and recorded in 1976.


Honey & The Bees “Love Addict”
from The Return of the Funk Soul Sisters (BGP url 2005) —Soul & funk recorded in 1969 for the Philadelphia-based Arctic label. Oh, and for you Christmas music lovers out there, get their song called Jing Jing A Ling.


Cold Grits “It's Your Thing (Single Version)”
from What It Is! Funky Soul and Rare Grooves (1967-1977) (Rhino 2006) —1969 instrumental version of the Isley Brothers hit recorded for Atlantic.


Brother Jack McDuff “Can't Get Satisfied (Part II)”
from Gin and Orange (Cadet Records unk 1969) —Music bed. Hammond B-3 instrumental found on this reissue of a 1969 album he originally recorded for the Cadet label.


Little Dragon “Shuffle a Dream”
from Ritual Union (Peacefrog 2011) N  —From their new release which just came out this week. Featuring the vocals of Yukimi Nagano.


Prince “When You Were Mine”
from Dirty Mind (Warner Brothers 1980) —Great pop song written by Prince and later covered (famously) by Cyndi Lauper.


Stevie Wonder “Superstition”
from Talking Book (Motown 1972) —Mark your calenders for Higher Ground: A Tribute to Stevie Wonder and Benefit for 88.1 KDHX taking place at Off Broadway in September (Friday 9/30). Why would you even think of missing this?


The Funk Brothers “The Way You Do The Things You Do”
from 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of the Funk Brothers Single (Motown/Universal 2004) —Music bed. Original backing track for the Temptations hit.


Mose Allison “Eyesight To The Blind”
from Mo' Mod Jazz (Kent 1969) —1959 recording for the Prestige label.


Shout out Louds “Play the Game”
from Work (Merge 2010) —Majestic indie-pop song recorded in 2009 by this band based out of Stockholm, Sweden.


Sleepy Kitty “NYC Really Has It All”
from Infinity City (Euclid 2011) N L —New debut release from this St. Louis band & featuring Paige Brubeck on lead vocals.


Viva Voce “Analog Woodland Song”
from The Future Will Destroy You (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 2011) N  —Originally out of Muscle Shoals, this husband & wife team is now based out of Portland, OR. Written by Anita & Kevin Robinson .


Sleepy Kitty “Ridin' With St. Louis”
from Infinity City (Euclid 2011) N L —Music bed. Instrumental excerpt taken from their new release.


The Three O' Clock “Sorry”
from Baroque Hoedown (Frontier 1982) —1982 Easybeats cover from their debut 5-song EP.


The Standells “Riot On Sunset Strip”
from Where the Action Is! Los Angeles Nuggets (1965-1968) (Rhino 2009) —Written by John Fleck & Tony Valentino of The Standells & originally found on the 1967 original soundtrack album for the movie, Riot On Sunset Strip.


The Forty-Fives “Trying To Get Next To You”
from Fight Dirty (Yep Roc 2002) —2002 garage rock from the now-defunct Atlanta band who used to put on some pretty great live shows.


The Keymen “Boy Blue”
from That's Swift: Instrumentals from the Norman Petty Vaults (Ace 2007) —Music bed. Previously unreleased 1964 recording from the band based out of Borger, TX.


Lesley Gore “Maybe I Know”
from Do-Wah-Diddy: Words and Music by Ellie Greenwich & Jeff Barry (Ace 2008) —1964 song written by Ellie Greenwich & Jeff Barry and produced by Quincy Jones. Lesley Gore will be appearing at the Ponderosa Stomp at Lincoln Center on 7/30. For more details, http://www.ponderosastomp.com/lincoln-center-2011_shes-got-the-power.php


Continental Drifters “I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight”
from Listen, Listen (Blue Rose Records 2001) —Richard Thompson song recorded in Germany in 2000.


Lesley Duncan “Everything Changes” (GM Recordings 1974) —Written by Lesley Duncan & recorded in 1974. In addition to being a fine songwriter, she was a session vocalist on recordings by artists such as Elton John, the Dave Clark Five & Pink Floyd. This song can also be found on Vol. #55 of The Krusty 70's.


Dean & Britta “Family Conference”
from The Squid & The Whale ST (Ultra 2005) —Music bed. Instrumental from the 2005 movie soundtrack.


Rod Stewart “I'd Rather Go Blind”
from Never A Dull Moment (Mercury 1972) —1972 cover version of the Etta James hit written by Billy Foster & Ellington Jordan.


Candi Staton “Trouble, Heartaches & Sadness”
from Evidence: The Complete Fame Records Masters (Kent 2011) N  —Previously unreleased 1971 recording of a song written by Ann Peebles & Don Bryant.


Janet and The Jays “Without A Reason”
from Cheatin' Soul (Trikont 2005) —1966 song written by Don Bryant & one of the first soul recordings made at Hi Records. And what a tremendous lead vocal by Janet Wallace. Then you throw in a lurid sax solo and there you have it -- instant cheating song.


Buddy Lucas “Deacon John”
from Instrumental Classics (Classic Music International 2010) —Music bed. 1959 instrumental composed by Buddy Lucas & recorded for the VIM label. VIM stood for Variety In Music for those of you keeping track of record label acronyms.


Bobbie Gentry “Sermon”
from An American Quilt 1967-1974 (Raven 2002) —Written by Bobbie Gentry & recorded in 1968 for Capitol.


Neko Case “John Saw That Number”
from Fox Confessor Brings the Flood (Anti- 2006) —Traditional gospel song with additional music by Neko Case. Featuring Neko Case & Kelly Hogan on vocals. The intro to this was recorded in a stairwell.


Bob Dylan “Beyond Here Lies Nothin'”
from Together Through Life (Columbia 2009) —Written by Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter. That's David Hildago from Los Lobos on accordion.


Ed Burkey “Night Rider”
from Intoxica! Strange and Sleazy Instrumental Sounds from the SoCal Suburbs (Ace 2006) —Music bed. Previously unreleased garage instrumental recorded for Downey Records in 1965.F


Gillian Welch “Hard Times”
from The Harrow & The Harvest (Acony 2011) N  —Written by Gillian Welch & David Rawlings and found on their highly recommended new release. They will be at The Pageant in September (Saturday 9/3).


Syd Straw “Hard Times”
from Surprise (Virgin 1989) —Written by Stephen Foster (back in 1859) & featuring John Doe on harmony vocals. With Ry Cooder, Sid Page, Van Dyke Parks, Jim Keltner & Jorge Calderon as the backing band.


Ry Cooder “East St. Louis”
from Music by Ry Cooder (Rhino 1995) —Music bed. Instrumental from the 1992 movie soundtrack for Trespass. Written by Ry Cooder.


Bill Morrissey “Birches”
from Night Train (New Rounder 1993) —RIP Bill Morrissey who passed away last Saturday at the age of 59. This 1993 Bill Morrissey song gets me every time. Just a masterful, affecting piece of songwriting.


Blackie and The Rodeo Kings “Another Free Woman Gets To Walk Away”
from Kings and Queens (FU:M 2011) N  —Written by Stephen Fearing & Tom Wilson & featuring Sara Watkins on vocals & violin. This new release teams the Ontario, Canada band with a different female vocalist on each song including artists such as Rosanne Cash, Pam Tillis & Cassandra Wilson.


John Doe “Peggy Sue Got Married”
from Rave on Buddy Holly (Fantasy 2011) —Buddy Holly cover with the fine vocals of John Doe.


The Runestones “Exodus”
from An Outbreak of Twangin' (Psychic Circle) —Music bed. Early 60s guitar instrumental version of the theme from Exodus.


Sam Phillips “These Boots Are Made For Walkin'”
from Ready to Wear (Soundtrack) (Columbia 1994) —Written by Lee Hazlewood & produced by T-Bone Burnett.


Black Lips “Time”
from Arabia Mountain Comp (Vice Records 2011) N  —60s-influenced track from their new release & produced by Mark Ronson.


Willie Nile “One Guitar”
from The Innocent Ones (River House Records 2010) —Written by Willie Nile & Frankie Lee (who also plays drums on this album) & found on his most recent 2010 release.


Patti Smith “Changing Of The Guards”
from Twelve (Columbia Records 2007) —Sublime Bob Dylan cover.


Mink Deville “Venus of Avenue D”
from Cabretta (Capitol Records 1977) —Written by Mink DeVille This concludes the New York portion of the show.


The Bo-Keys “Sundown On Beale”
from Got To Get Back! (Electraphonic 2011) N  —Music bed. Scott Bomar-penned instrumental from their new release.


Joe Simon “The Chokin' Kind”
from Monument of Soul (RPM 2001) —1969 single written by Harlan Howard.


Jerry Reed “Alabama Wild Man”
from RCA Country Legends: Jerry Reed (Remastered) (Buddha Records 2001) —Written by Jerry Reed & recorded in 1968 for RCA.

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