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Spinitron - KDHX: Memphis to Manchester Thu Sep 2nd 2010

Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu Sep 2nd 2010 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


Jimmy Hughes “Chains of Love”
from Something Extra Special (Kent 2010) N  —Written by Melvin Davis & recorded in 1969 at Ardent Studios. This new reissue of the 1969 "Something Special" Volt release includes 16 bonus tracks; 14 of which are previously unreleased.


Annette Thomas “You Need a Friend Like Mine”
from The Gospel Truth! The Gospel Soul and Funk of Stax Records (BGP url 2010) N  —Written by Frederick Knight and released in 1974 on the Truth label. From this new compilation of gospel soul & funk from Stax's 70s gospel label.


Jackie Lee & Delores Hall “Whether It's Right or Wrong”
from Deep Shadows: The Best of Kent Ballads (Kent 2010) N  —Written by Bob Relf & Earl Nelson (of Bob & Earl "Harlem Shuffle" fame) and recorded in 1966 for the Mirwood label. And Jackie Lee, in this case, is Earl Nelson singing with a female vocalist named Delores Hall.


Joe Tex “I Want To Do Every Thing For You”
from The New Boss (Atlantic unk 1965) —Written by Joe Tex and released in 1965 on Atlantic. Hey, they could have used this song for the 9 1/2 Weeks soundtrack.


James & Bobby Purify “Wish You Didn't Have to Go”
from Shake a Tail Feather! The Best of James and Bobby Purify (Sundazed 2002) —Written by Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham and recorded in 1966 for the Bell label.


The Box Tops “I'm Your Puppet”
from The Letter / Neon Rainbow (Bell 1967) —Another song written by Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham. Recorded in 1967 for the Bell label & produced by Dan Penn. Don't forget about the KDHX benefit September Gurls & Boys: A Tribute to Alex Chilton and Big Star - Friday (9/24) Off Broadway, 7:30 PM.


Booker T. & The MG's “You Left the Water Running”
from Soul Men (stax 2003) —Music bed. 2003 compilation of previously unreleased outtakes from the 60s.


The Remodels “This Is Love”
from The Remodels (The Remodels 2010) L —One of the 13 bands appearing at the aforementioned KDHX benefit celebrating the music of Alex Chilton. This George Harrison cover can be found on their 2009 6-song EP.


Ike & Tina Turner “Come Together”
from Proud Mary: The Best of Ike & Tina Turner (EMI 1991) —1967 Beatles cover released on the Minit label.


New Mastersounds “King Comforter”
from Plug & Play (feat. Dionne Charles) (One Note Records 2009) —2008 soul & funk out of Leeds, UK. This track features the vocals of Dionne Charles.


The Budos Band “Kakal”
from 45' Single (Daptone 2010) N  —A-side to a new Daptone single b/w Hidden Hand.


Dengue Fever “Integration”
from Venus On Earth (M80 2008) —2008 song featuring the vocals of Cambodian-born Chhom Nimol. Your basic blend of 60s-influenced Camobidian pop, surf, soul, rock & Ethiopian groove.


The Clash “The Magnificent Seven”
from The Singles (Epic 1991) —Written by The Clash & released as a single in 1981. "Cheeseboiger!"


The Jam “Going Underground”
from Setting Sons (Expanded) (Collectors' Choice Music 2001) —From this expanded reissue of the 1979 Setting Sons album plus nine bonus tracks, including this 1980 single which became their first #1 single in the UK.


The Kinks “Everybody's Gonna Be Happy”
from Greatest Hits (marble arch 1966) —1965 single in mono released by the Pye label. Written by Ray Davies.


The Rumblers “Night Scene”
from Intoxica! Strange and Sleazy Instrumental Sounds from the SoCal Suburbs (Ace Records 2006) —Music bed. 1964 garage rock instrumental recorded for the Downey label.


Graham Parker “Back to Schooldays”
from Howlin' Wind (Mercury 1976) —1976 song written by Graham Parker & produced by Nick Lowe.


Booker T. “Hey Ya”
from Potato Hole (Anti/Epitaph 2009) —Outkast cover from 2009 with backing by the Drive-By Truckers and Neil Young. Appearing this Sat (9/4) at the Big Muddy Blues Festival. Main stage - Laclede's Landing 9 PM. Free.


Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan “Snake Song”
from Hawk (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 2010) N  —One of two Townes Van Zandt covers found on this highly recommended new release.


Dirty Projectors “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine”
from Levi's Pioneer Sessions 2010 Revival Recordings (www.levispioneersessions.com 2010) N  —2010 cover version of the Bob Dylan song found at www.levispioneersessions.com.


Grace Basement “Tilly Lingers”
from Gunmetal Gray (Undertow 2009) L —Appearing this Saturday (9/4) at The Firebird. Also on the bill is Balmorhea.


Best Coast “When I'm With You”
from Crazy for You CD Album (Mexican Summer 2010) N  —Appearing at The Gargoyle on Tuesday (9/14) with Male Bonding.


The Beach Boys “Do It Again”
from Good Vibrations: Thirty Years of the Beach Boys (CAPITOL 1993) —Written by Brian Wilson & Mile Love and originally released as a single on Capitol in 1968.


The Wailers “Shanghied”
from The Birth of Surf - Vol. 2 (Ace 2010) N  —Music bed. Recorded in 1959 for the Golden Crest label.


The School “Is He Really Coming Home”
from Loveless Unbeliever (Elefant 2010) N  —Indie-pop written by Liz Hunt and found on the Welsh band's new debut release.


The Shangri-Las “I Can Never Go Home Anymore”
from Myrmidons Of Melodrama (RPM 1995) —1965 song written, arranged, conducted & produced by Shadow Morton. This single-disc collection is really a great overview of the Shangri-Las. You want melodrama? This song gives you melodrama.


Neko Case “Train from Kansas City”
from The Tigers Have Spoken (Anti- 2004) —Live 2004 recording of a song written by Jeff Barry & Ellie Greenwich and made famous by the Shangri-Las.


The Burns Unit “Trouble”
from Side Show (Burns Unit 2010) N  —New debut release from this collective of Scottish & Canadian artists. Emma Pollock is featured heavily on this one which is always a good thing.


The Delgados “Pull the Wires from the Wall”
from Peloton (Chemikal Underground Records 1998) —Written by the Delgados and featuring the vocals of Emma Pollock.


The Clientele “As the World Rises and Falls”
from Minotaur (Merge 2010) N  —Cover version of a song from a 60s psychedelic band called The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. Found on their new release which just came out this week.


The Byrds “Eight Miles High”
from Set You Free 1964-73 (Raven 2004) —Written by Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn & David Crosby (well, one line, anyway) and recorded in 1966 for Columbia.


Jimi Hendrix “You Got Me Floatin'”
from Axis: Bold As Love (Polydor 1967) —Written by Jimi Hendrix & released in 1967.


Country Joe & The Fish “Super Bird”
from Electric Music for the Mind and Body (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 1967) —Alright, this one goes out to my brother who first gave me this album.


Janis Joplin “Mercedes Benz”
from Pearl (Columbia Records 1971) —Written by Janis Joplin, Mike McClure & Bob Neuwirth and released in 1971.


Lou Ann Barton “Don't Slander Me”
from Where the Pyramid Meets the Eye (Sire/Warner 1990) —From this 1990 compilation of various artists performing songs written by Roky Erickson.


Hayes Carll “I Don't Wanna Grow Up”
from Trouble In Mind (Lost Highway www.losthighwayrecords.com 2008) —Tom Waits cover from his 2008 release. Hayes Carll will bne appearing at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room next Friday (9/10).


Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses “The Poet”
from Junky Star (Lost Highway www.losthighwayrecords.com 2010) N  —From his new release which just came out this week. Q: Are you Ryan Bingham? A: No, I'm just one of the Dead Horses. - His band members must hate that.


Terry Allen “Buck Naked”
from Human Remains (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 1996) —Written by David Byrne & released in 1996. Feturing Joe Ely & David Byrne on background vocals. Terry Allen will be taking part in the Larry Weir Memorial Concert at the Sheldon Concert Hall on Sunday (9/12).


Iris DeMent “Let the Mystery Be”
from Infamous Angel (Warner Bros. 1992) —"Everybody's wonderin' what and where they all came from. / Everybody's worryin' 'bout where they're gonna go when the whole thing's done. / But no one knows for certain and so it's all the same to me. / I think I'll just let the mystery be."


Nanci Griffith “Ford Econoline”
from Lone Star State of Mind (MCA 1987) —1987 tribute to folk singer Rosalie Sorrels. Thanks to Roy Kasten (Feel Like Going Home) for reminding me about that.


The Gaslight Anthem “American Slang” CD Album (Side One Dummy 2010) N  —From the New Jersey-based band's new release.


Bruce Springsteen “Point Blank”
from The River (Columbia 1980) —Often-overlooked song and one of his finest, I think.


Shane MacGowan & The Popes “Haunted”
from The Snake (WB 1994) —Written by Shane MacGowan and featuring Sinead O' Connor on duet vocals.


Shane MacGowan & Friends “I Put a Spell On You”
from I Put A Spell On You single (iTunes 2010) N  —Screaming Jay Hawkins cover recorded as a single in 2010 with proceeds goint to benefit Haiti. Among Shane MacGowan's friends taking part are Johnny Depp, Bobby Gillespie, Chrissie Hynde, Glen Matlock, Mick Jones, Nick Cave, Paloma Faith & Eliza Doolittle


Deer Tick “Twenty Miles”
from The Black Dirt Sessions Vinyl Album (Partisan www.partisanrecords.com 2010) N  —From their new release.

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