Memphis to Manchester (Music)
Thu Mar 17th 2011 7.00am–10.00am
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Linda Lyndell “What A Man” from Soul Sides: Volume One (Zealous 2005) —From 1968Buy it!
Birdlegs & Pauline “Spring” from Vee-Jay: The Definitive Collection (Shout! Factory 2007) —From 1963Buy it!
Gatemouth Moore “I Ain't Mad At You” from The Shouters: Roots of Rock 'N' Roll Vol. 9 (Arista/Savoy 1980)Buy it!
Billy Preston “Keep It To Yourself” from That's The Way God Planned It (Apple 1969) —Originally released in 1969 on Apple RecordsBuy it!
Aretha Franklin “Money Won't Change You” from Lady Soul [Atlantic/Rhino] (Atlantic 1968)Buy it!
James Brown “Love Don't Love Nobody” from The Singles, Volume 2 (Hip-O / Hip-O Select 2007) —From 1961Buy it!
Joe Simon “Let's Do It Over” from Vee-Jay: The Definitive Collection (Shout! Factory 2007) —From 1965Buy it!
Billy Boy Arnold “Two Drinks Of Wine” from More Blues On The South Side (Prestige 1965)Buy it!
H-Bomb Ferguson “Give It Up” from The Shouters: Roots of Rock 'N' Roll Vol. 9 (Savoy 1980)Buy it!
Jimmy Witherspoon “Drinking Beer” from Evenin' Blues (Prestige 1963)Buy it!
Louis Jordan & His Tympany 5 “How High Am I?” from Five Guys Named Moe: Original Decca Recordings, Vol. 2 (Decca/MCA 1992) —From 1942Buy it!
Bettye Lavette “Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood” from Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook CD ALBUM (Anti www.anti.com 2010)Buy it!
Little Esther Phillips “Mo Jo Hannah” from Bert Berns Story - Volume One (Ace 2009) —From 1964Buy it!
Dusty Springfield “Goin' Back” from Simply Dusty (Mercury 2000) —From 1966, penned by Goffin/KingBuy it!
Tony Jackson Group “Understanding” from Watch Your Step : The Complete Recordings 1964-1966 (Castle 2004)Buy it!
Sam Phillips “Raised on Promises” from Cruel Inventions (Virgin 1991)Buy it!
The Baseball Project “Twilight Of My Career” from Vol. 2 - High and Inside (Bonus Version) (Yep Roc Records www.yeprocrecords.com 2011) N Buy it!
Continental Drifters “Soul Deep” from Continental Drifters (Monkey Hill 1994) —Written by Wayne Carson Thompson.Buy it!
Kirsty Maccoll “Caroline” from Galore (I.R.S. 1995)Buy it!
Nick Lowe “Halfway To Paradise” from Jesus of Cool (Yep Roc 1978) —Originally from 1977Buy it!
Billy Bragg “Mr. Love & Justice” CD ALBUM (Anti- 2008)Buy it!
The Hollies “King Midas In Reverse” from 30th Anniversary Collection 1963-1993 (EMI 1993) —From 1967Buy it!
The Byrds “All I Really Want To Do [Single Version]” from Mr. Tambourine Man (Columbia 1965)Buy it!
The Easybeats “Sorry” from Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From The British Empire And Beyond, Vol. 1 (Rhino 2001) —From 1966Buy it!
Van Morrison & The Chieftains “SHENANDOAH” from The Best of Van Morrison, Vol. 3 (EMI UK 2007)Buy it!
True Believers “The Rain Won't Help You When It's Over” from Hard Road (Rykodisc 1994) —Originally released in 1986 by this band who claimed John Dee Graham and Alejandro Escovedo as membersBuy it!
Alejandro Escovedo “Sister Lost Soul” from Real Animal (Manhattan 2008) —A. E. gives this one the Wall of Sound treatment to fine effectBuy it!
Harry Nilsson “Poli High” from The Point (RCA 1971)Buy it!
Richard Thompson “Grey Walls” from Rumor and Sigh (CAPITOL 1991)Buy it!
Gringo Star “Transmission” from All Yall CD ALBUM (self-released 2008) R Buy it!
Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers “Lonely Weekends (Mono)” from Into Our Lives 1961-1969 (EMI 2009) —This track (a Charlie Rich cover) from 1967Buy it!
The Notting Hillbillies “Feel Like Going Home” from Missing...Presumed Having a Good Time (Warner Bros. 1990) —Another Charlie Rich cover - by this Mark Knopfler side project that produced this lone abum.Buy it!
Charlie Rich “There Won't Be Anymore [Album Version]” from Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich (Columbia / Legacy 1997) —And Charlie himself - from 1965Buy it!
Rodney Crowell “Why Don't We Talk About It” from The Houston Kid (SUGAR HILL 2001) —Displaying a little Buddy Holly influenceBuy it!
Buddy Holly “Love's Made A Fool Of You” from The Buddy Holly Collection (MCA 1993) —From 1958Buy it!
The Flying Burrito Bros “Dark End Of The Street” from The Gilded Palace of Sin (A&M Records 1969) —A Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham compositionBuy it!
Randy Newman “Rider in the Rain” from Guilty: 30 Years of Randy Newman (Rhino/Reprise rhino.com 1998)Buy it!
Gregg Allman “Little By Little” from Low Country Blues (Rounder New 2011) N R Buy it!
Bob Dylan “It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry” from The Concert for Bangladesh (Apple 2005) —Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Leon Russell and Ringo Starr on this one.Buy it!
Hadacol “Cheap Liquor” from Better Than This (Checkered Past 1998) —Brothers Fred and Greg Wickham, who grew up in a small town outside of Kansas City, started performing together in the early '90s, eventually adding bassist Richard Burgess and a succession of drummers to round out the group that would evolve into HadacolBuy it!
Lone Justice “Wait 'Til We Get Home” from Lone Justice (Geffen unk 1985) —Marie Mckee's alt-country outfitBuy it!
Johnny Cash “One Piece At A Time” from 16 Biggest Hits (Columbia Legacy 1958) —From 1976Buy it!
Susan Cowsill “Galveston” from Lighthouse CD ALBUM (Threadhead Records 2010) —Jimmy Webb cover. She sang this one beautifully with Brian Henneman at Off Broadway last yearBuy it!
Bap Kennedy “Dirty Old Town” from Domestic Blues (Lonely Street Discs 1998) —A hidden track which pops up about 5 or 6 minutes after "The Shankill And The Falls" and features Steve EarleBuy it!
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