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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed May 1st 2013

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed May 1st 2013 10.00am–12.00pm

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

Time zone: central

10:01am

Geyer Street Sheiks “Sixteen Tons”
from Great Dream (Bjam 1993) L —Welcome to the annual May Day / International Workers Day Special. Playing Saturday at The Tap Room.

10:05am

Tennessee Ernie Ford “Work Song”
from The Ultimate Collection (Razor & Tie 1997) —Recorded in the 50's I beleive. Nat Adderley / Oscar Brown Jr song.

10:08am

Dolly Parton “9 TO 5”
from Dplly Parton Box Set (RCA Nashville/Legacy 2009) —1980. Classic film of Office Revolt and Equal Rights.

10:11am

Kilby Snow “Ain't Going to Work Tomorrow”
from Masters of Old-time Country Autoharp (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 2006) —Today's music bed.

10:14am

Ewan MacColl “Ballad Of Acounting”
from Black And White: The Definitive Ewan MacColl Collection (Cooking Vinyl 1990) —1972, with his wife Peggy Seeger.

10:16am

Marianne Faithfull “Working Class Hero [FCC Clean]”
from Broken English (Island 1980) —John Lennon song, done by Faithfull with naughty words removed by me.

10:26am

South Wales Striking Miners Choir “Comrades In Arms”
from Shoulder To Shoulder (Ministry Of Power 1985) —Plus the speech by one of the miners, preceding it.

10:29am

Phil Ochs “Links On the Chain”
from I Ain't a-Marching Anymore (Ekektra 1965) —A critique of Unions not being broad enough/ inclusive in their struggle and critique.

10:35am

Harry "Haywire Mac" McClintock “The Bum Song”
from Hallelujah, I'm a Bum! (Rounder www.rounder.com 1990) —1928.

10:38am

Utah Phillips “The Two Bums”
from We Have Fed You All A Thousand Years (Philo 1983) —Get ride of the bum on the plush.

10:39am

Utah Phillips “Hallelujah, I'm a Bum!”
from We Have Fed You All A Thousand Years (Philo 1983) —Harry McClintock song.

10:46am

The Union Electric “Center of the Storm”
from A New World In Our Hearts (Iron Column Records ironcolumnrecords.com/2013/02/01/a-new-world-in-our-hearts-benefit-compilation-for-freedom-books/ 2013) N L —Playing at Blank Space tonight. Also this track is on their TIME IS GOLD CD. This version is on a new benefit download album for Freedom Books in London. They were firebombed by fascists in Feb.

10:48am

The May Day Orchestra “Ragged Flag Blues (From The Shell Of The Old)”
from May Day, or Songs For Lucy Parsons (Folk Opera 2009) L —The last song was originally done by this band. Both sung by KDHX's own Tim Rakel.

10:52am

Johnny Cash “One Piece At A Time”
from The Essential Johnny Cash (Columbia Legacy 2002) —1976. One of the best sabotage songs.

10:56am

King Missle “Take Stuff From Work”
from Mystical Shit / Fluting On the Hump (Shimmy Disc 1990) —1987. But this might be the best one of all. Take a case of white out you might need it.

11:02am

Gruff Rhys “Follow the Sunflower Trail (Theme Tune For A National Strike)”
from Hotel Shampoo (Wichita 2011) —Welcome to hour 2 of our May Day Show.

11:06am

Pat Kelly “Workman Song”
from Trojan Mod Reggae Vol. 2 Box Set (Trojan Records trojanrecords.com 2005) —1969.

11:09am

Bee Gees “New York Mining Disaster 1941”
from Best of Bee Gees, Vol. 1 (Polydor 1969)

11:11am

The Red Rose Girls “Coal Miner Blues”
from The Red Rose Girls (Empty Records 2005) —Their version of Carter Family classic mine disaster song.

11:14am

Woody Guthrie “There's A Better World A Comin'”
from Bound For Glory (Folkways Records www.folkways.si.edu 1961) —1956.

11:18am

Billy Bragg “The World Turned Upside Down”
from Back To Basics (Ekektra 1987)

11:22am

Chumbawamba “The Diggers Song”
from English Rebel Songs 1381-1984 (Mute Records 2003) —2 songs about May Day resistance from the 1600s. The Diggers set up their St. George's Hill commune in April of 1649.

11:27am

Paper Town “Wobbly Bit”
from A New World In Our Hearts (Iron Column Records ironcolumnrecords.com/2013/02/01/a-new-world-in-our-hearts-benefit-compilation-for-freedom-books/ 2013) N  —Support for the oldest anarchist prees/bookstore, founded 1886, year of our Haymarket/May Day.

11:30am

Holiday “The Said We Could Have Everything In The Argos Catalogue”
from A New World In Our Hearts (Iron Column Records ironcolumnrecords.com/2013/02/01/a-new-world-in-our-hearts-benefit-compilation-for-freedom-books/ 2013) N  —That would be Freedom Books in London. http://www.freedompress.org.uk/news/

11:36am

Skafish “Work Song”
from Skafish (I.R.S. 1980)

11:40am

The Members “Goodbye To The Job”
from 1980 the Choice is Yours (Virgin 1980)

11:44am

Minutemen “This Ain't No Picnic”
from Double Nickels On the Dime (SST 1984) —But it is a picnic https://www.facebook.com/events/512031048854106/?ref=25 Tower Grove Park today at 1pm.

11:46am

The (International) Noise Conspiracy “Up For Sale”
from A New Morning, Changing Weather (Epitaph / Burning Heart 2001) —And later tonight at CAMP more May Day: https://www.facebook.com/events/560642090633735/

11:49am

Patti Smith “High On Rebellion”
from Easter (Arista 1978) —In town this Sunday May 5.

11:53am

The Union Electric “Out In The Streets”
from Out in the Streets/Mysteries of St. Louis 7" (Rankoutsider Records 2013) N L —Tonight at Blank Space with Arrington De Dionyso. As part of many May Day Celebrations.

11:56am

Arrington De Dionyso “Mahkota Kotor”
from Maliakat Dan Singa (K 2010) —https://www.facebook.com/events/488917831173489/


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