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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Dec 8th 2012

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Dec 8th 2012 3.00pm–5.00pm

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

Time zone: central


The Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie (intro)”
from Almost To Tulsa (Bear Family 2008)


Hank Snow and His Rainbow Ranch Boys “I Cried But My Tears Were Too Late”
from I'm Movin' On, 1949-1953, Vol. 1 (Bear Family 1998) R  —Originally recorded in 1950 for RCA.


Marty Robbins “Mister Teardrop”
from Country, 1951-1958, Vol. 2 (Bear Family 1996) R  —From the Columbia label in 1956.


New Riders of the Purple Sage “Panama Red”
from The Best of New Riders of the Purple Sage (Sony BMG 2006) R  —Going out to Dave the Repo Man, originally on the Columbia label from 1973.


Jean Ritchie “Careless Love”
from Field Trip (Greenhays 2001) —A reissue of Jean's 1954 recording based on her ethnomusicological work in England, Scotland and Ireland.


Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris “My Dear Companion”
from Trio (Warner 1987)


Jean Ritchie “West Virginia Mine Disaster”
from The Appalachians (Dualtone 2005) —This is part of the soundtrack for the PBS series of the same name.


A Country Band “Blue Diamond Mines”
from Music by A Country Band (Golden Eagle 1970) —A Country Band featured players living around the Edwardsville, IL area, comprised of Orville Johnson, Larry Vanek, the late Mike Smith and Paul Akins.


Michelle Shocked “The L & N Don't Stop Here Any More”
from Short Sharp Shocked  (Mighty Sound 2003) —Originally released in 1988.


Kathy Mattea “Coal Tattoo”
from Coal (Captain Potato 2008) —One more great coal mining song, from the pen of Billy Edd Wheeler.


Floyd Tillman “Slippin' Around”
from The Best Of Floyd Tillman (Sony 1996) —Recorded for Columbia in 1949 and considered by many to be the first "cheatin' song" in country music history. Plenty more followed.


Little Jimmy Dickens “Country Boy”
from I'm Little But I'm Loud: The Little Jimmy Dickens Collection (Razor&Tie 1996) —Also from the Columbia label in 1949.


David Houston “Almost Persuaded”
from Columbia Country Classics, Vol. 4 - The Nashville Sound (CBS 1990) —Originally recorded in 1966 for Columbia.


George Worthmore “Fishin' Blues”
from Americana Symphonette (Little Dragon Records 2012) N  —This was the theme song (Taj's version) for Literature for the Halibut, co-hosted for 19 years on KDHX by Jane Ellen Ibur, who is accepting the Warrior Poet award from Word in Motion Monday night at the Maya Cafe.


The Carter Family “Little Log Cabin by the Sea”
from Anchored In Love: Their Complete Victor Recordings 1927-1928 (Rounder www.rounder.com 1993) —From the Victor label in 1928.


Doc and Merle Watson “Walk On Boy”
from Then and Now/Two Days in November (BGO 1996) —From the Poppy label ca. 1971, one of Wayne Walker's songwriting collaborations with Mel Tillis.


Spade Cooley and His Orchestra “Riverside Drive”
from Live at the Santa Monica Pier & Riverside Rancho (Country Routes 2001) —Recorded ca. 1945, Riverside Rancho was owned and operated by actor Martin Landau, a big Western swing and jazz fan. It boasted a 10K square foot dance floor and three bars.


Wes Tuttle “Out on the Open Range”
from Swinging Hollywood Hillbilly Cowboys (Proper 2004) —Recorded for Capitol in 1945, with Merle Travis and Shug Fisher.


Roy Orbison “You're My Baby”
from The Sun Years (Rhino 1989) R  —Recorded in1956 and written by label mate, Johnny Cash.


Brenda Lee “Little Jonah (Rock On Your Steel Guitar)”
from Anthology, Volume One, 1956-1961 (MCA 1991) —From the Decca label in 1958.


Charlie Rich “Who Will the Next Fool Be?”
from Lonely Weekends: The Sun Years, 1958-1962 (Bear Family 1998) —Recorded in 1961.


Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes “Tear It Up” (Heroic Records 2002)


The Carlisles “No Help Wanted”
from Busy Body Boogie Single (Bear Family 2005) —Originally recorded 60 years ago in 1952 for Mercury.


Frankie Miller “Sugar Coated Baby” (Bear Family 1996) —Previously unissued, originally recorded in 1956.


Johnny Rodriguez “Big Red Sun Blues”
from You Can Say That Again (Hightone 1996) —A Lucinda Williams tune.


The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band “Some of Shelly's Blues”
from Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy (Capitol/Nashville 2003) —Originally recorded in 1970 for Capitol, one written by Mike Nesmith.

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