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

Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu Dec 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


DENISE LASALLE “Breaking Up Somebody's Home”
from Take Me To The River (Kent 2008) —Taken from this fine 3-CD compilation of Southern Soul from 1961-77. Recorded in 1971 for Westbound & produced by Willie Mitchell. Co-written by Al Jackson, Jr.


Ann Peebles “If We Can't Trust Each Other”
from I Can't Stand the Rain (Hi Records 1974) —Written by Earl Randle and recorded for Hi in 1974. Another Willie Mitchell production.


Al Green “So You're Leaving”
from Let's Stay Together Single (Hi Records 1972) —Written by Al Green and released by Hi in 1972. Engineered & produced by Willie Mitchell. Your basic love gone wrong opening set.


Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings “When I Come Home”
from I Learned the Hard Way Seven Inch Set (Daptone Recording 2010) N  —B-side on this new 11piece 45 box set. Written by Bosco Mann - bassist and founder of Daptone Records.


Dyke and the Blazers “Let A Woman Be A Woman - Let A Man Be A Man”
from We Got More Soul (BGP Records 2007) —Written by Arlester "Dyke" Christian & recorded in 1969 for the Original Sound label. He was shot to death in 1971 at the early age of 27 but up to that time, they already had become one of the finest soul & funk bands.


James Brown “Signs of Christmas”
from The Complete James Brown Christmas (Universal Records 2010) N  —Found on this fantastic new 2-CD compilation of all of James Brown's Christmas recordings. This track was written by James Brown & Nat Jones and was recorded in 1966 for the King label.


Booker T. & the MGs “Winter Snow”
from The Complete Stax-Volt Singles - Vol 1 1959-68 (Atlantic unk 1991) —Music bed. Written by Isaac Hayes & recorded in 1967 for Stax. Also featuring Isaac Hayes on piano.


Aaron Neville “You've Got to Move”
from I Know I've Been Changed (Tell It 2010) N  —New gospel album produced by Joe Henry and featuring Allen Toussaint on piano.


Marion Gaines Singers “Grandma's Hands”
from Soul Gospel (Soul Jazz 2005) —Written by Bill Withers and recorded in 1972 for the Stax sub-label, The Gospel Truth.


Bruce Springsteen “The Promise” (Columbia 2010) N  —New release featuring unreleased tracks recorded in 1977/78 during sessions for his Darkness on the Edge of Town album. And this is just an epic song.


Mott the Hoople “Saturday Gigs”
from Greatest Hits (Columbia 1995) —Written by Ian Hunter and recorded in 1974. And it all came tumbling down.


The Greenhornes “Underestimator”
from **** (Third Man www.thirdmanrecords.com 2010) N  —From their highly-recommended new release.


The Greenhornes with Holly Golightly “There Is An End”
from Dual Mono (Telstar 2002) —Released in 2002 & featuring the lead vocals of Holly Golightly. This song finally got some of the attention it deserved when it was later featured on the Broken Flowers film soundtrack.


Fabienne Delsol “Ce Jour La”
from On My Mind (Damaged Goods 2010) N  —Highly enjoyable new release from the ex-bassist and lead-singer of the Bristols. Fans of 60s French pop or beat music will probably really like this.


The Rumblers “Soulful Jerk”
from It's A Gas! (Ace 2010) N  —New collection of songs released in the early 60s by Southern California's Rumblers. This instrumental was recorded in 1964 for the Downey label.


Johnny Rivers “Poor Side of Town”
from Greatest Hits (CEMA Special Markets 1991) —Written by Johnny Rivers and Lou Adler & recorded in 1966. Featuring bacground vocals by The Blossoms: Darlene Love, Fanita James, and Jean King.


The Sweet Inspirations “Let Me Be Lonely”
from What The World Needs Now Is...Burt (Rhino 2006) —Wriiten by Burt Bacharach & Hal David and recorded in 1969 for Atlantic.


Sandy Denny & The Strawbs “How Everyone But Sam Was a Hypocrite”
from An Autumn Almanac (Uncut 2010) N  —Written by Dave Cousins and recorded in 1967. This track was included on a compilation CD of artists influenced by Ray Davies found with the December, 2010 issue of Uncut magazine.


Jonathan Richman “You Can Have a Cellphone That's OK But Not Me” (musiclikedirt.com 2008) —2008 single giving one the impression that Jonathan is not jumping into the cellphone age any time soon.


Warren Zevon “Splendid Isolation”
from Transverse City (Virgin 1989) —Written by Warren Zevon & recorded in 1989. This track features Neil Young on harmony vocals.


Calexico “Gift X-Change”
from Aerocalexico (Our Soil, Our Strength www.casadecalexico.com 2001) —2001 song written by Joey Burns. And I think we've all known somebody like this. Beautiful song.


Norah Jones with Gillian Welch and David Rawlings “Loretta”
from ...Featuring (Blue Note 2010) N  —2004 live recording of a Townes Van Zandt song.


Paul Kelly “I Can't Believe We Were Married”
from The A to Z Recordings (Universal Music Australia 2010) N  —Live recording from 1992 found on this new 8-CD retrospective of Paul Kelly. And, yes, it is conveniently arranged in alphabetical order.


Kirsty Maccoll “A New England”
from From Croydon to Cuba (Virgin 2005) R  —Written by Billy Bragg & recorded in 1984 for the Stiff label.


June Tabor and the Oyster Band “Lullaby of London”
from Freedom and Rain (Cooking Vinyl 1990) —1990 cover version of a Pogues song written by June Tabor.


Linda Thompson “Dear Mary”
from Fashionably Late (Rounder www.rounder.com 2002) —Written by Lina & Teddy Thompson. Also featuring Richard Thompson on guitar. I still remember Tony Renner handing this release to me and saying that I was going to love this track. He was right.


Bob Dylan “Most of the Time”
from Tell Tale Signs (Columbia 2008) —Alternate acoustic version recorded in 1989 during the Oh Mercy sessions. And no less powerful than the full band version on the album.


Fairport Convention “Si tu dois partir”
from The History of Fairport Convention (Island 1972) —Sublime Bob Dylan cover from 1969.


The Waterboys “When Will We Be Married”
from Fisherman's Blues (Chrysalis 1988) —1988 recording of a traditional song adapted by Mike Scott & Steve Wickham.


The Broken Heartbreakers “A, B and C”
from Wintersun (self released 2010) N  —From the new release by the band based out of Auckland, New Zealand.


Bettie Serveert “River”
from Zo Dit is Kerstmis (VPRO Eigenwijs 1998) —1998 cover version of a Joni Mitchell song found on this compilation of Christmas songs performed by various Netherlands artists.


The Chills “Heavenly Pop Hit”
from Submarine Bells (Slash 1990) —Yes, the song lives up to its name. 1990 album from the New Zealand-based band.


Belle and Sebastian “The Blues Are Still Blue”
from The Life Pursuit (Rough Trade 2006) —Written by Stuart Murdoch & released in 2006.


Jill Andrews “Sweetest in the Morning”
from Jill Andrews EP (Liam 2009) —Appearing next Thursday (12/9) at Off Bradway. Also on the bill is Cassie Morgan & Jailbox.


Eileen Rose and the Holy Wreck “Why Am I Awake?”
from Luna Turista (Floating World 2009) —Written by Eileen Rose and released in 2009. This band is well-worth seeing if you have a chance. Also featuring the Legendary Rich Gilbert.


Brothers Lazaroff “What Are You Telling Me?”
from Give 'Em What They Need (self-released 2010) N L —From the St. Louis-based band's new release.


Peter Blegvad “King Strut”
from King Strut & Other Stories (What Disc 2002) —2002 release produced by Chris Stamey.


The Domino Kings “Where Your Lies Stop”
from Life & 20 (Slewfoot 2000) —The Domino Kings & Big Smith are appearing at Off Broadway this Friday (12/3) .


Uncle Tupelo “Atomic Power”
from March 16-20, 1992 (Rockville 1992) L —Released in 1992 on the Rockville label and produced by Peter Buck. Don't miss Still Be Around: A Tribute to Uncle Tupelo which is taking place at Off Broadway this Saturday (12/4). Proceeds go to KDHX.


Louvin Brothers “Broadminded”
from When I Stop Dreaming: The Best of the Louvin Brothers (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1995) —Recorded in 1952 and also featuring Chet Atkins on electric guitar.


John Prine “Lake Marie”
from Lost Dogs + Mixed Blessings (Oh Boy Records www.ohboy.com 1995) —"There was four italian sausages cooking on the outdoor grill And Man, they was ssssssssizzlin'"


Kelly Willis “That's How I Got To Memphis”
from Real: The Tom T. Hall Project (Delmore 1998) —This 1995 Tom T. Hall cover is one of my favorite Kelly Willis vocals.

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