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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Sun Nov 4th 2012

Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Rich Barta and Bruce B.

Sun Nov 4th 2012 6.00pm–8.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Harmonica Slim & Hosea Leavy “Cold Tacos and Warm Beer” (Fedora 2000) —Intro for this evening's show.


Darrell Nulish “Let a Woman Be a Woman”
from Just For You (Severn 2009)


Tad Robinson “More Good Than Bad”
from A New Point Of View (Severn Records 2007) —little teases of harmonica, but Tad is a SOLID harp player!


Lou Pride “Love Sometimes”
from Words of Caution (Severn Records 2002)


Terry Hanck “Appreciate What You Got”
from Look Out! Greasy Soul Rockin' Blues (Delta Groove 2011) —song written by Terry; one of my favorite albums of 2011.


Don Wise “Genuine Snake” (Horn O'copia 2001)


Katie Webster “I'm Still Leaving You”
from Two-Fisted Mama (Alligator 1989) —with Vasti Jackson on guitar and St. Louis' Gus Thornton on bass


Rod Piazza and The Mighty Flyers “Miss Bee-Havin' featuring Honey Piazza”
from Beyond The Source (Tone Cool e 2001)


Eden Brent “Careless Love”
from Mississippi Number One (Yellow Dog Records 2008)


Mark Hummel “Rotten Kid”
from Blowin' My Horn (Electro-Fi Records 2004)


Kim Field and The Mighty Titans Of Tone “Heavy Breathing”
from Black Diamonds (Harmonotone 2009) —master harp player and author of Harmonicas, Harps and Heavy Breathers (history of the harmonica)


CB and the Cadillac Daddies “Tip of the Top”
from none (Artist 2012) —great music getting ready for "official" release by St. Louis artist Country Bill Edwards. Bill wrote this tune - nice stuff!


ZZ Top “Just Got Back From Baby's”
from ZZ Top's First Album (Warner Bros. 1970)


ZZ Top “Mushmouth Shoutin'”
from Rio Grande Mud (London Records 1972)


ZZ Top “Blue Jean Blues”
from Fandango (Warner Brothers 2006) —cd remaster of the album to it's original un-tweaked vinyl sound - finally!


Leroy Jody Pierson “Cocaine Blues”
from Country Blues (Gravel Road Recording 2007) L —Rev. Gary Davis tune


Tom Hall “Buckdancer's Choice”
from Right Down There on Lee Street (Self-rreleased 2005) L —traditional


Brian Curran “Jitterbug Swing”
from Live at off Broadway (Wildstone 2012) N L —Bukka White tune


Howlin' Wolf “(You) Can't Put Me Out”
from Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog (Chess/MCA 1994) —1958 recording, workin' a groove, Hubert on lead guitar, Hosea Lee Kennard on piano.


Snooky Pryor “Real Fine Boogie”
from Snooky Pryor (Paula 1990) —JOB recording, mid 1950s, Sunnyland Slim on piano


Jb Lenoir “How Can I Leave”
from 1951-1954 His JOB Recordings (Paula 1991) —JB Lenoir, 1953 recording; J.T. Brown on sax, Sunnyland on piano


Aaron Griffin “Big Legged Woman”
from Mojo Rising (mojo rec 2012) —up and coming guitarist and singer from St. Louis, son of Larry Griffin.


Imperial Crowns “Big Boy”
from Imperial Crowns (Black Olive 2001)

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