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Spinitron - KDHX: Chicken Shack Alley Mon Jan 9th 2012

Chicken Shack Alley (Music)

Mon Jan 9th 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

6:03pm

Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup “That's All Right”
from The Father Of Rock And Roll (RCA 1971) —January 8th is Elvis Presley's birthday. I thought we'd divulge some of his musical sources starting with Arthur Crudup, the man who wrote That's All Right and My Baby Left Me.

6:06pm

Little Junior Parker “Mystery Train”
from A Sun Blues Collection: Blue Flames (Rhino 1990)

6:08pm

Arthur Gunter “Baby Let's Play House”
from Southern Rhythm 'n' Rock: The Best Of Excello Records, Vol. 2 (Rhino 1990) —Originally on Excello Records

6:13pm

Roy Brown “Good Rockin Tonight” (Rhino 1994) —Originally on King Records.

6:17pm

Big Joe Turner “Shake Rattle & Roll”
from Greatest Hits (Atlantic Recording Corp 1989)

6:24pm

Elvis Presley “Milkcow Blues Boogie”
from The Sun Collection (RCA) —Elvis would have been 77 years old today.

6:26pm

Elvis Presley “Lawdy, Miss Clawdy”
from For LP Fans Only (RCA)

6:31pm

Joe Simon “The Chokin' Kind”
from Night Train to Nashville (Lost Highway 2004) —Written by Harland Howard.

6:34pm

James Carr “Life Turned Her That Way”
from The Complete Goldwax Singles (Ace Records 2001) —Also recorded by Charley Pride and Ricky Van Shelton.

6:36pm

B. B. King “Night Life”
from Blues Is King (MCA Records 1967) —Written by Willie Nelson

6:43pm

Esther Phillips “Hello Walls”
from Set Me Free (collectibles 2001) —Originally on Atlantic Records. Also written by Willie Nelson.

6:47pm

Francine Reed with Willie Nelson “Funny How Time Slips Away”
from Willie Nelson - Milk Cow Blues (Island 2000)

6:51pm

Mavis Staples “Touch My Heart”
from Touch My Heart - A Tribute to Johnny Paycheck (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2004) —Written by Johnny Paycheck.

6:57pm

Arthur Alexander “I Wonder Where You Are Tonight”
from single (45 rpm) (Dot) —Written by Johnny Bond

7:03pm

Roy Head “Don't Cry No More”
from single (45 rpm) (back beat)

7:05pm

Bobby "Blue" Bland “Call On Me (Single)”
from single (45 rpm) (Duke)

7:12pm

Howard Tate “Shoot "Em All Down”
from single 45 (rpm) (Verve) —Howard passed away on December 2, 2011 at the age of 72. A soulful singer, deserving of wider recognition.

7:15pm

Joe Tex “If Sugar Was As Sweet As You”
from single (45 rpm) (Dial) —Produced by Buddy Killen in Nashville, Tennessee.

7:19pm

Al Green “Tired Of Being Alone”
from Hi Times - The Hi Records R&B Years (Hi Records 2001) R  —For Stacy.

7:25pm

Otis Redding “The Happy Song (Dum-Dum-De-De-De-Dum-Dum)”
from The Immortal Otis Redding (ATCO 1968)

7:28pm

Sam & Dave “The Good Runs The Bad Away”
from Soul Men (stax 1967)

7:32pm

Sister Rosetta Tharpe “That's All”
from The Original Soul Sister (Proper Records 2002) —Some fine guitar work by Sister Rosetta.

7:35pm

Etta James “That's All”
from single (45 rpm) (Modern)

7:38pm

Buster Brown “The Madison Shuffle”
from single (45 rpm) (FIRE)

7:41pm

Freddie King “Driving Sideways”
from single (45 rpm) (Federal)

7:43pm

Little Walter “Break It Up”
from single (45 rpm) (Checker)

7:47pm

Howlin' Wolf “Killing Floor”
from Chester Burnett AKA Howlin' Wolf (Chess) —Featuring the late Hubert Sumlin on the guitar.

7:50pm

Fenton Robinson “Mississippi Steamboat”
from The Best of Duke -Peacock Blues (MCA 1992)

7:53pm

T-Bone Walker “T-Bone Shuffle”
from T-Bone Blues (Atlantic Records 1989)


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