Memphis to Manchester (Music)
With John Wendland
Wed Apr 3rd 2013 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
Martha & The Vandellas “No More Tearstained Makeup”
from Finders Keepers: Motown Girls 1961-1967 (Ace 2013) N —1966 recording written and produced by Smokey Robinson. The lead vocal by Martha Reeves and the bass line by James Jamerson are so great -- no other way to put it. This should have been a hit of epic proportions.
Aretha Franklin “Bridge Over Troubled Water (Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, March 7, 1971)”
from Aretha Franklin: Live at Fillmore West (Atlantic 1971) —Live 1971 incredibly soulful take on the Simon and Garfunkel classic with backing by King Curtis, The Memphis Horns, Billy Preston, among others.
Louis "Gearshifter" Youngblood “Get Rich and Marry You”
from We Juke Up in Here!: Mississippi's Juke Joint Culture at the Crossroads (Broke & Hungry Records www.brokeandhungryrecords.com 2012) —Live 2011 recording found on this soundtrack for a movie which focuses on the once-thriving juke joint culture in the Mississippi Delta. This country blues song was written by Louis "Gearshifter" Youngblood. I love this track.
Chuck Berry “You Can't Catch Me”
from Johnny B. Goode: His Complete '50s Chess Recordings (Hip-O Select 2007) —1955 Chess single written by Chuck Berry Otis Spann on piano, Ebby Hardy on drums, and Wille Dixon on bass.
Chuck Berry “Rolli Polli”
from Johnny B. Goode: His Complete '50s Chess Recordings (Hip-O Select 2007) —Music bed. 1957 Chuck Berry-penned instrumental.
Brothers Lazaroff “Dance While You Can”
from Hope, Fear, Youth (self Self 2013) N L —See previous entry. Brothers Lazaroff will be releasing their second single off their forthcoming album at the Heavy Anchor this Saturday (4/6). The festivities kick off at 8PM. You can tell the rhythm section is having fun with this one.
Cheap Trick “Southern Girls”
from In Color (Re-recorded) (n/a) —Unreleased re-recorded 1998 version of Southern Girls produced by Steve Albini. They were in the studio and started to re-record songs off their 1977 'In Color' release because they hated the production by Tom Werman on the original release.
The Keymen “Boy Blue”
from That's Swift: Instrumentals from the Norman Petty Vaults (Ace 2007) —Music bed. 60s instrumental recorded at Norman Petty's studio in Clovis, NM.
Wes Dakus' Rebels “Bach's Back!”
from That's Swift: Instrumentals from the Norman Petty Vaults (Ace 2007) —Music bed. 1966 instrumental recorded for the Capitol (Canada) label.
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