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Spinitron - KDHX: Feel Like Going Home Wed Mar 16th 2011

Feel Like Going Home (Music)

Wed Mar 16th 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

7:04am

The Pretenders “Pop Star”
from Viva el Amor! (Warner Brothers 1999) —A song that Alan played by the Damnwells put this in mind (Also, I'm Nick Cowan, taking a break from my 3am-5am Friday morning show to fill in for Roy, this will be a fun show)

7:07am

Gomez “Girlshapedlovedrug”
from How We Operate (ATO Records/Red 2006)

7:11am

Joe Jackson “It's Different For Girls”
from Joe Jackson: Greatest Hits (A&M 1996)

7:15am

Josh Rouse “Love Vibration”
from 1972 (Ryko/Rhino 2003) —The chorus reminds me of Welcome Back Kotter (and that ain't a complaint).

7:19am

Tinhorn “Can't Decide”
from Axes & Snaxes (Rooster Lollipop 1999) L

7:24am

Bob Mould “I'm Sorry, Baby, But You Can't Stand In My Light Any More”
from Life and Times (Anti www.anti.com 2009)

7:31am

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals “The Hardest Part”
from Jacksonville City Nights (Lost Highway 2005)

7:33am

Mr. F “This Machine”
from This Machine' b/w 'Foolish Hand Shake' (45rpm) (self 2010) —(Mr. F is really Paul Westerberg, don't tell anyone)

7:36am

Jay Farrar “Driving The View”
from Live EP (Transmit Sound 2004)

7:40am

Dr. Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys'O Death “O Death”
from Live @ McCabe's Guitar Shop (Re:Live/The Orchard) —You may know this song from O Brother Where Art Thou?

7:43am

Slaid Cleaves “Wishbones” (Philo 2004)

7:47am

Clem Snide “Jews For Jesus Blues”
from End Of Love (Spinart 2005)

7:50am

Dan Bern “Talkin' Alien Abduction Blues”
from Dog Boy Van - EP (Work 1997)

7:54am

Lyle Lovett “Church”
from Joshua Judges Ruth (Curb/MCA 1992) —You should own this record if you don't already. Just my humble opinion.

8:00am

The Jayhawks “Up Above My Head”
from Hollywood Town Hall (remastered) (American 2011) N

8:03am

The Reverend Horton Heat “Hello Walls”
from Twisted Willie (Justice Records 1996)

8:06am

James McMurtry “For All I Know”
from It Had To Happen (SUGAR HILL 1997) R  —Playing with the Bottle Rockets on 3/26

8:10am

Bottle Rockets “Alone In Bad Company”
from Brand New Year (Mercury 1999) —Speaking of The Bottle Rockets...

8:14am

Hayes Carll “Faulkner Street”
from Trouble In Mind (Lost Highway 2008)

8:17am

Dierdre Flint “King of the Rollerama”
from Live on 'Blue Highways' (KDHX)

8:20am

John Wendland “Torn Love Letters”
from Live on 'Song Circle Of Friends' (KDHX) —You can hear John every Thursday morning from 7am-10am on Memphis To Manchester

8:23am

Dog House “The Fox”
from Live On 'Down Yonder' (KDHX)

8:26am

Fred Friction “This Foolish Heart”
from Live on 'Song Circle Of Friends' (KDHX) L —Fred hosts 'Fishin' with Dynamite', this might be the finest vocal/spoon composition written.

8:29am

Nadine “All The Lines Are Down”
from live on 'Sounds About Town' (KDHX) —Recorded for Sounds About Town, a show that (back in the day) showcased bands that were coming to town and had a live band every week.

8:32am

The Highway Matrons “I Need A Girl”
from live on 'Sounds About Town' (KDHX)

8:35am

Elvis Costello “Stranger In The House”
from My Aim Is True (Deluxe Edition) (Hip-O 2007) L

8:38am

Bob Dylan “Most of the Time (Alternate Version)”
from Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8 - Rare and Unreleased 1989-2006 (Columbia 2008)

8:42am

Lucinda Williams “Seeing Black (Kitchen Tape version)”
from Blessed (Deluxe Edition) (Lost Highway 2011) N  —Essentially a demo, this lacks Elvis Costello's guitar solo, but has a bit more weight.

8:47am

One Fell Swoop “$500 Funeral”
from One Fell Swoop (Magoo 1996) L

8:50am

Mumford & Sons “Winter Winds”
from Sigh No More (Glassnote 2009) R

8:54am

The Avett Brothers “Head Full of Doubt / Road Full of Promise (Live)”
from The Avett Brothers Live, Vol. 3 (American 2010)

8:58am

Peggy Lee “Close Your Eyes”
from Miss Peggy Lee (CAPITOL 1998)

9:01am

Marvin Gaye “I Want You (vocal and rhythm)”
from I Want You (Deluxe Edition) (Motown/Universal Chronicles 1976) —Just vocals, bass, percussion. So. Darn. Goooood.

9:04am

Merry Clayton “Gimme Shelter” (Ode Records 1969) —She sang the backing part on the Stones version. For me, this outranks the original.

9:07am

Linda Lyndell “What A Man”
from Soul Sides: Volume One (Zealous 2005)

9:10am

Tom Waits “Step RIght Up”
from Used Songs (1973-1980) (Rhino 2001) —This album is a nice place to start if you're not familiar with Tom Waits (but there are a couple of good places to start)


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