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Spinitron - KDHX: Soul Selector Mon Jun 24th 2013

Soul Selector (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for Papa Ray

Mon Jun 24th 2013 4.00pm–7.00pm

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

Time zone: central


McLemore Avenue “Sad, But True”
from 926 East (self-released 2003) —it's sad, but true, Bobby Blue Bland has passed away. This goes out to Mr. Bland, his family, his friends and his fans.


J. Geils Band “It Ain't What You Do (But How You Do It)”
from Houseparty - Anthology (Rhino 1993) —a Juke Joint Jimmy tune; originally released on "The Morning After" LP, 1971


J. Geils Band “Where Did Our Love Go”
from Houseparty - Anthology (Rhino 1993) —recorded in 1976 and released only as a single. CD bonus track.


The Blasters “So Long Baby Goodbye”
from Trouble Bound (Hightone 2002)


Billy Watson And His International Silver String Submarine Band “Sound Advice featuring James Harman”
from Blowin' Crow (Lil' Snick 2007)


Sugarman & Co. “DOWN to IT”
from Daptone Gold (Daptone 2009)


Charles Earland “The Count Is In the House”
from The Mighty Burner The Best Of His Highnote Recordings (highnote 2004) —a Rudy Van Gelder recording, 1999, originally on the Stomp! album


Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens “What Have You Done”
from Daptone Gold (Daptone Records 2009)


Johnny B. Moore “Elmore James Medley”
from Born In Clarksdale, Mississippi (Wolf 2001)


Bobby Stone “You Told Me”
from House Party (Rum-Plummer Music 2000)


Rufus Thomas “Walkin' In The Rain”
from Just Because I'm Leavin'... (Segue Records 2005) —tracks on the cd were recorded in the 1990-91 time frame, when Rufus was well into his 70s. Rufus danced on out of this world in 2001.


BOBBYBLAND “Rockin' In the Same Old Boat”
from The Anthology (MCA 2001) —Bobby passed away on Sunday, June 23rd. He was 83 years old. One of the greats has left us.... Thanks to Papa Ray for phoning in an eloquent testimony to the man and his music - Bobby Blue Bland.


BOBBYBLAND “This Time I'm Done For Good”
from The Anthology (MCA 2001)


Syl Johnson “Soul Heaven”
from Complete Mythology (Numero Group 2010) —caller request of the tune from Johnnie Taylor. Not sure if Johnnie actually recorded it, but...Syl Johnson was available, and I can't imagine any version sounding better - Yes!


Westside Andy/Mel Ford Band “Pork And Beans”
from Handyman (False Dog Records 2002)


Smokey Wilson “Not Pickin' Your Cotton”
from The Real Deal (Bullseye Blues 1995)


Rusty Zinn “Falling In Love Again”
from Zinfidelity, Vol. 1 (Bad Daddy 2005)


Delbert McClinton “Two More Bottles Of Wine”
from Let The Good Times Roll Single (unk unk 1995) —songs are from his 1975 and '76 albums Love Rustler and Genuine Cowhide on ABC


Sue Foley “Truckin' Little Woman”
from Antone's 20th Anniversary (Discovery Records 1996) —live track from Sue; the tune can also be found on her own studio CD "Without Warning".


Rusty Zinn “Lucille”
from Zinfidelity, Vol. 1 (Bad Daddy 2005)


Memphis Slim “Little Piece of Mind”
from Memphis Slim U.S.A. (Delmark 1998) —Some of Slim's UNITED RECORDINGS


Mitch Woods “Blue Boogie”
from Keeper of the Flame (Viceroots 1996)


Rob Rio “I'm Your Professor”
from Bankin' on the Boogie (Boss Productions 1992) —Bankin' On The Boogie is a compilation of tracks from several of Rio's albums. If you like boogie woogie piano, check him out.


Melvin Sparks “Alone Together”
from Legends of Acid Jazz (Prestige 1996) —originally released on the Spark Plug LP


Sharon Jones “I'll Still Be There”
from I Learned The Hard Way (Dap Tone 2010)


Tutu Jones “Things Are Looking Up”
from Blue Texas Soul (Bullseye Blues 1996)


Guy Forsyth “You're Still Here”
from Antone's 20th Anniversary (Discovery Records 1996) —live track from Guy; the tune can also be found on his own studio CD "Steak".


Lewis Cowdrey “Itchy and Scratchy”
from It's Lewis (Antone's 1994)


Peter Karp “Strange Groove”
from Shadows and Cracks (BLIND PIGRECORDS 2007)


Chuck Higgins and His Mellotones “Motor Head Baby”
from Straight To Watts: The Central Avenue Scene 1951-54 Vol 1 (Ace Records 2003) —Alternate cut of Combo 12, cut in 1952. The first recording date by John Watson - yeah, that Johnny Guitar Watson

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