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Spinitron - KDHX: Bob's Scratchy Records Fri May 24th 2013

Bob's Scratchy Records (Music)

With bobEE Sweet

Subbing for Bob

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Fri May 24th 2013 2.00pm–4.00pm

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

Time zone: central

2:02pm

Funkadelic “One Nation Under A Groove”
from One Nation Under a Groove (Priority 2002) —bobEE Sweet filling in for Bob Reuter today. Feet don't fail me now.

2:10pm

Plastics “Top Secret Man”
from Plastics (Island 1981)

2:15pm

Max Load “X-Rod”
from Max Load (BDR Records 2013) N L —1979.

2:17pm

Los Ovins “Pequeña Ayuda de Mamá (Mother's Little Helpers)”
from Blue Demon's Mexican Rock And Roll Favorites (Numero Uno Records 1990) —?

2:20pm

Thee Fine Lines “Midnight's Fine”
from Set You Straight (Licorice Tree Records 2007) —They play St. Louis pretty often.

2:23pm

The Nomads “Downbownd Train”
from Rat Fink A Boo-Boo (Marilyn 1987) —Covering Chuck Berry

2:26pm

The Dave Clark Five “No Time To Lose”
from Glad All Over (Epic 1965)

2:29pm

New York Dolls “Pills”
from New York Dolls (Mercury 1973) —Covering Bo Diddley

2:33pm

The Doors “Twentieth Century Fox”
from The Doors (Elektra 1967) —RIP Ray Manzarek

2:35pm

X “The Hungry Wolf”
from Under The Big Black Sun (Elektra 1982) —Produced by Ray Manzarek.

2:39pm

Magic City “Good Luck”
from Les Animaux Épouvantables (Tower Groove Records 2011) L

2:42pm

Oscar Brown Jr. “Man, Ernest Boy”
from Tells It Like It Is (Columbia 1964)

2:45pm

Edwin Starr “Running Back And Forth”
from War & Peace (Gordy 1970)

2:48pm

Curtis Mayfield “Kung Fu”
from Sweet Exorcist (Curtom 1974)

2:57pm

Gladys Knight and the Pips “Ain't No Sun Since You've Been Gone”
from Everybody Needs Love Single (SOUL 1967)

3:01pm

Gil Scott~Heron & Brian Jackson “The Bottle”
from Winter In America (Get Back 2001) —1974.

3:06pm

Freddie Hubbard “Hang 'Em Up”
from A Soul Experiment (Atlantic 1969)

3:10pm

Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper “Burn Down The Malls”
from Get Out Of My Way (Restless Records 1986)

3:15pm

Tom Waits “Down, Down, Down”
from Swordfishtrombones (Island 1983)

3:19pm

Ellen Foley “Stupid Girl”
from Nightout (Legacy Recordings 1979) L —St. Louis' own covering The Rolling Stones.

3:23pm

T.Rex “Mad Donna”
from Tanx (Reprise 1973)

3:26pm

The Pretenders “Talk of the Town”
from Pretenders II (sire www.rhino.com 1981)

3:29pm

Lou Reed “Satellite Of Love”
from Transformer (RCA Records 1972)

3:34pm

The Dickies “You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)”
from The Incredible Shrinking Dickies (UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 1978)

3:36pm

Hanson Brothers “You Can't Hide the Heino”
from Sudden Death (Remixed and Remastered) [with Martin LaPierre] (Wrong Records 2012) N  —Recently remastered.

3:39pm

The Dictators “Science Has Gone Too Far”
from Manifest Destiny (Rhino/Elektra 2004)

3:46pm

Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds “Rare As the Yeti”
from Dracula Boots (In The Red Records 2009)

3:48pm

Don & Dewey “Justine”
from Don & Dewey (Specialty Records 1970)

3:50pm

Sugarpie Desanto “Can't Let You Go”
from Down In The Basement: The Original Chess Masters (Chess MCA 1988) —1960.

3:53pm

Pearl Bailey “Since I Became a Hussy for My Husband”
from Naughty But Nice (Roulette 1960)

3:55pm

Lou Rawls “Find Out What's Happening”
from Carryin' On (CAPITOL 1966)


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