Songwriters Showcase (Music)
Sun Dec 2nd 2012 10.00am–12.00pm
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Buskin & Batteau “Words That Bring the Tear”
from Love Remembered/Love Forgot (Nouveau Retro 2012) —Welcome, Rich alongside today, we start with a stunning new recording of one of my all time favorite songs from David & Robin's great new release, written by David with Sophie Buskin adding her wonderful vocals.
Freeman & Lange “NORTHERN LIGHTS”
from Freeman & Lange (Vscd 2002) —This Don Lange song was released over 20 years ago on the amazing and sourly missed Flying Fish label, it's still one of my all time favorites, Don Lange runs a winery in Oregon.
The Flood “Come Tomorrow”
from Everybody's Favourite (KBCO 2008) —You just heard Kevin singing 2 great duets, thought it would be nice to hear him fronting his own wonderful band, reminds me a lot of Blue Rodeo.
Steve Forbert “All I Need to Do”
from Over With You (Blue Corn 2012) —Nice to have new material and a St. Louis visit from this master songwriter, he'll be at the Old Rock House Thursday, 12/6 and if we're lucky he may show up at our KDHX studios.
Corb Lund “September (Acoustic Version)”
from Cabin Fever (Deluxe Edition) ((RED) New West 2012) —Good news, Cord will be coming to town the former Canadian rancher turned singer/songwriter will be at Off Broadway Thursday January 10 with the John D. Hale Band opening. new 2 disc release, one acoustic one electric.
Hoyt Axton “When The Morning Comes”
from Gotta Keep Rollin' (Raven 1999) —A request for the late songwriter (died 10/26/99 at 61) wote Greenback Dollar, Joy to the World, etc.his Mother Mae Boren Axton Co-wrote Heartbreak Hotel with Elvis & Tommy Durden, he was also an actor of note Gremlins and many, many TV series.
Gretchen Peters “FIVE MINUTES”
from Hello Cruel World (Proper 2012) —From one of the years best releases Gretchen writes this one that lasts exactly 5 minutes about 5 minutes in her life, every song on here is a gem !!
Hardin Burns “I Waited Too Long”
from Lounge (self 2012) —Great new duo featuring Jeannie Burns of the Burns Sisters and guitar wizard Andrew Hardin, Andy and Jeannie co-wrote all but one of the songs and Andy produces, get your copy now. Village Records.com
Darryl Purpose “Mr Schwinn”
from Travelers' Code (Gamblers Grace Music 1999) —A request for this fine tune by Darryl a songwriter who I've lost track of, we always appreciate our great listener suggestions, you can E-Mail your requests to Songwriter@KDHX.org.
Van Morrison “Close Enough For Jazz”
from Born to Sing: No Plan B (Blue Note 2012) —As we like to do, Rich and Allen help me out and make my Sundays a lot more enjoyable, this from the one and only Van Morrison who truly is Born To Sing.
Steve Azar “Indianola (Delta Mix)”
from Delta Soul, Vol. 1 (Ride Records 2011) —We conclude Rich's set with a discovery Rich made in the KDHX basement, always learn new things from Rich and Allen, great job, Rich, as usual.
Scott Miller & Rayna Gellert “Lo Siento Spanishburg West Virginia”
from Codependents (F.A.Y. 2012) —A new one from one of my favorites (Boy I say that a lot) Scott is in the studio now working on his 2013 full length release, can't wait for that.
Ellis Paul “Rose Tattoo”
from Larry Weir Interview (self 2009) —Ellis Paul will be at Off Broadway this Saturday 12/8 for a 7 PM show, 3 years ago he was here in December and appeared in our KDHX studios.
Ellis Paul “The Lights of Vegas”
from Live @ KDHX 12/6/09 (self 2009) —This appearence with Ellis and his Boston buddy Adam Ezra was the last time my good friend and Songwriter Showcase founder, Larry Weir hosted a live in studio KDHX performance, just 3 weeks before his tragic accident.
Ellis Paul “Snow In Austin Intro”
from Ellis Paul interview (self 2009) —There may have been interviewers equal to Larry, but it's hard to imagine anybody that was better, what an amazing talent and what a privilage to spend 22 years with him in these studios !! Thanks for listening.
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