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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Feb 23rd 2013

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Feb 23rd 2013 3.00pm–5.00pm

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

Time zone: central


The Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie (intro)”
from Almost To Tulsa (Bear Family 2008)


The Flying Burrito Brothers “Farther Along”
from The Gilded Palace of Sin and Burrito Deluxe (A & M 1997) —Originally released in 1969.


Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton “When We're Gone, Long Gone”
from Trio II (Asylum 1999)


Tommy Jarrell “Greasy String”
from The Legacy of Tommy Jarrell, Vol. 1: Sail Away Ladies (County 1999) —Recorded in the 1960s.


Ryan Spearman “Pretty Saro”
from Pain & Time (self 2013) N L —The CD release party for Time & Pain takes place on Friday, March 8th at The Focal Point, 8PM show.


MIchelle Shocked with Norman and Nancy Blake “Blackberry Blossom  ”
from Arkansas Traveler (Polygram 1992)


Carrie Rodriguez “Devil In Mind”
from Give Me All You Got (Ninth Street Opus 2013)


The Stanley Brothers and The Clinch Mountain Boys “Little Glass of Wine”
from Live Again!: WCYB Bristol Farm and Fun Time (Rebel 1997) —Recorded ca. 1946. This was the Stanley Brothers' first regular gig.


Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys “The Fields Have Turned Brown”
from Classic Bluegrass (Rebel 1990) —Originally recorded in 1973, John Duffey on the high baritone vocal.


Ralph Stanley and Porter Wagoner “The White Dove”
from Clinch Mountain Country (Rebel 1998) —This is a very fine 2-disc recording of Ralph singing duets with many country and bluegrass stars.


Ralph Stanley and George Jones “The Window Up Above”
from Clinch Mountain Country (Rebel 1998)


Stella! “Down in the Cellar”
from Sorry, Stella (Earthwork 2012) N  —Jo Serrapere from Uncle Earl heads up this effort, with Tamineh Gueramy from Whitey Morgan & the 78s on fiddle.


The SaddleTones “Hitch Yer Wagon” (The SaddleTones 2012) N  —Laurie Ann Hullinger is lead vocalist for this outfit.


Mandy Heinemann “Hillbilly Girl with the Blues”
from The Real Me (Right Side Up Records 2013) N L —One written by Lacy J. Dalton.


Amanda Cevallos “I'll Never Honky Tonk You” (Amanda Cevallos 2012) N  —Lloyd Maines, Redd Volkaert and Earl Poole Ball helping out on the title track here.


Leyla Fences “One More Honky Tonk”
from Itty Bitty Twang Twang (Leyla Fences 2012) N


Tom Hall “I Ain't No Banjo Player”
from KDHX Music Sampler Volume 2 (KDHX 2004) R L —Pat Egan on guitar, the late Blake Travis on congas and a rare song when Tom Hall doesn't have his National steel guitar in hand, but a banjo instead.


Robert Earl Keen “Snowin' On Raton (Live)”
from Live from Austin, TX: Robert Earl Keen (New West Records www.newwestrecords.com 2004) —From an August 22, 2001 recording of Austin City Limits, a fine cover of a Townes Van Zandt classic. REK returns to Off Broadway on Thursday, March 7th.


Faron Young and the Deputies “I've Got Five Dollars and It's Saturday Night”
from The Complete Capitol Hits of Faron Young (EMI-Capitol 2000) —Originally recorded in 1956 and while it doesn't sound like much, $5 then is the equivalent of $42.84 today.


Faron Young and the Deputies “Hello Walls”
from The Complete Capitol Hits of Faron Young (EMI-Capitol 2000) —Recorded in 1961, Faron's cover of this Willie Nelson song went to #1 on the charts and stayed there for 9 weeks.


Hardrock Gunter “Blue Guitar”
from Country Guitar: America's Foremost Guitar Stylists (Nashville/Starday 1965) —Recorded for Starday in 1962.


Dale Watson and His Lone Stars “I Drink to Remember”
from El Rancho Azul (Red House www.redhouserecords.com 2013) N


Roger Knox and the Pine Valley Cosmonauts “Streets of Tamworth”
from Stranger In My Land (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2012) N  —Roger is an indigenous Australian known as the Black Elvis and Koori King of Country. Lots of guests on this release like Kelly Hogan, Dave Alvin and the late Charlie Louvin.


Thom Bresh “Blue Smoke”
from Bresh (Belle Meade 1995) —Belle Meade Records was started in 1964 by the late Scotty Moore, whose guitar made those early Elvis recordings so special.


Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two “I Walk the Line”
from The Number Ones (Sony 2012) —Johnny's first number one, recorded on April 2, 1956 for the Sun label.


Johnny Cash And June Carter Cash “Long Legged Guitar Pickin' Man”
from At Folsom Prison (expanded edition) (Sony 2008) —One of the songs that didn't make it on to the original release in 1968, the great Carl Perkins on lead guitar. Jesse Dayton and Brennen Leigh did a fine cover is this.


The Carolina Chocolate Drops “Jackson”
from We Walk the LIne: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash (Legacy 2012) —An outstanding cover of a Billy Edd Wheeler classic.


Johnny Cash “I Don't Hurt Anymore”
from American VI: Ain't No Grave (American 2010) —Hank Snow had a #1 hit with this song in 1954. This was Johnny's last studio work but many albums have been released posthumously.


Wayne Hancock “Washing Machine Boogie”
from none - live at KDHX 10.8.08 (KDHX 2008) R


Wayne Hancock “Cappuccino Boogie”
from Ride (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2013) N  —New music from Wayne "The Train" out on the streets next week.


The Obits “Spitfire Baby”
from The KDHX Music Sampler (KDHX 2003) —The first "Live at KDHX" release. Volume X came out in 2012. The Orbits are at The Focal Point this evening, 8PM


Starline Rhythm Boys “Smart Thinkin'”
from Honky Tonk Livin' (Cow Island Music 2007) —Originally recorded in 2002. Danny Coane, Al Lemery and Billy Bratcher are celebrating 15 years as SRB this year.


Sonny Burgess with Dave Alvin “Old, Old Man”
from Tennessee Border (Hightone 1992) —A rockabilly version of the Lefty Frizzell tune.

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