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Spinitron - KDHX: Bob's Scratchy Records Fri Mar 25th 2011

Bob's Scratchy Records (Music)

Fri Mar 25th 2011 2.00pm–4.00pm

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

Time zone: central

2:01pm

Rolf Harris “Sun Arise”
from 7-inch (Epic www.epicrecords.com 2010)

2:04pm

Chuck Berry “It Wasn't Me”
from 7-inch (Chess)

2:07pm

The Beatles “Love Me Do”
from 7-inch (CAPITOL 1964)

2:10pm

James Luther Dickinson “Wine”
from dixie fried (Atlantic 1972)

2:13pm

Luther Dickinson “Let It Roll/Ol' Cannonball/Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again/Jellyrollin' All Over Heaven”
from live in-studio Single (live in-studio 2011)

2:20pm

Swamp Dogg “Total Destruction To Your Mind”
from 7-inch (Canton)

2:26pm

The Christ Uplifters Gospel Singers “Nobody But Jesus”
from 7-inch (Designer 1972)

2:30pm

Charles Brown & Amos Milburn “Educated Fool”
from 7-inch (Ace)

2:38pm

Bobby Lee Trammell “You Mostest Girl”
from 7-inch (Radio)

2:41pm

Chuck Berry “Bye Bye Johnny”
from 7-inch (Chess)

2:43pm

Eddy Beers “Big Mack Watin”
from 7-inch (Rebel Ace)

2:45pm

Gary (U.S.) Bonds “I Can't Use You In My Business”
from 7-inch (Legrand)

2:48pm

Grand Funk Railroad “Bad Time (To Be In Love)”
from 7-inch (CAPITOL 1974)

2:54pm

Dirty 30s “G.D.M.F.S.O.B.”
from Dirty 30s (self)

3:03pm

The Dinosaurs “It Might Be Rose”
from 7-inch (no label 1979)

3:06pm

The Gregory Aires “Suffering Too Long”
from 7-inch (Pure-Gold)

3:10pm

Spike Penetrator “Shopping Bag”
from Spike Penetrator! (Rave Up)

3:13pm

Duane Eddy & The Rebels “Girl On Death Row”
from Born Bad Vol. 4 (Born Bad 1989)

3:20pm

Billy Lee Riley “Southern Soul”
from 7-inch (Mojo)

3:23pm

The Velvelettes “Needle In A Haystack”
from 7-inch (V.I.P. 1964)

3:23pm

Johnny Thunders “Pipeline”
from So Alone CD Album (sire 1978)

3:33pm

Gitogito Hustler “Wonderful”
from 7-inch (gearhead)

3:37pm

B.B. King “Just A Little Love”
from 7-inch (Kent)

3:40pm

The Beatles “Tomorrow Never Knows”
from Revolver Album (CAPITOL 1966)

3:43pm

Faces “Stay With Me” Single (Warner Bros. 1971)

3:50pm

Graham Nash “Military Madness”
from 7-inch (Atlantic)

3:53pm

Rolling Stones “Paint It, Black”
from 7-inch (London 1966)

3:56pm

The Hives “The Hives Are Law, You Are Crime”
from Hate To Say I Told You So (gearhead)

3:56pm

The Sonics “Have Love Will Travel”
from 7-inch (Norton)


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