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Spinitron - KDHX: Memphis to Manchester Thu Aug 8th 2013

Memphis to Manchester (Music)

With East Side Slim

Subbing for John Wendland

Thu Aug 8th 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


Lonnie Mack “Satisfied”
from Memphis Wham (Ace 2004) —Fraternity Records - 1963


Charlie Rich “So Long Now”
from The Complete Smash Sessions (Mercury/Polygram 1992) —written by Charlie, who recorded for Smash in the mid-1960s


Thee Midniters “The Town I Live In”
from Thee Complete Midniters: Songs of Love, Rhythm & Psychedelia! (MicroWerks 2009) —originally recorded for the "Unlimited" LP, 1967. Song is by Mack Rice and Willie Mitchell


Jenni Muldaur “You've Got Me Uptight”
from Dearest Darlin' (Dandelion Music 2009) —Al Gorgoni and Chip Taylor wrote it; Sean Costello played guitars (pretty much his last sessions.)


Howard Tate “Stop”
from Get It While You Can The Legendary Sessions (Polygram 1995) —recorded and released by Verve Records in 1967.


Little Richard “Poor Dog (Who Can't Wag His Own Tail)”
from Get Down With It: The OKeh Sessions (EPIC/LEGACY 2004) —recorded in 1967 for "The Explosive Little Richard" LP. Produced by Larry Williams and guitars by Johnny Guitar Watson.


The Detroit Emeralds “Do Me Right”
from Greatest Hits (Westbound/Ace 1998) —from 1971


Christine Kittrell “Sittin' Here Drinking Again”
from Call Her Name The Complete Recordings 1951-1965 (Bear Family 2010) —Although Christine is strongly tied to Nashville R&B, this tune was recorded in Chicago for Vee-Jay in 1961, with Red Holloway on tenor sax.


Jr. Walker All Stars “Good Rockin'”
from The Complete Tri-Phi/Harvey Records Volume Three (Tri-Phi) —originally on Harvey Records


Johnny & Jackey “Someday We'll Be Together”
from The Complete Tri-Phi/Harvery Records Volume Two (Tri-Phi)


The Challengers “Stay”
from The Complete Tri-Phi/Harvey Records Volume One (Tri-Phi) —this nice girl-group was originally on Tri-Phi Records


The Merced Blue Notes “Whole Lotta Nothing”
from The Complete Tri-Phi/Harvey Records Volume One (Tri-Phi) —originally on Tri-Phi Records


The "5" Royales “Women About To Make Me Go Crazy”
from Monkey Hips And Rice The "5" Royales Anthology (Rhino 1994) —originally on King Records, 1955.


Lula Reed “Sick And Tired”
from I'll Drown In My Tears The King Anthology 1952-55 (Ace 2003) —originally on King Records, 1954.


Al Wilson “Shake Me, Wake Me (When It's Over)”
from Searching for the Dolphins (Expanded Version) (Ace/Kent 2008) —originally released on the Searching For The Dolphins LP in 1968.


Billy Preston “The Masquerade Is Over”
from The Complete Vee-Jay Recordings (Collectables 2002)


Dennis Taylor “Special K”
from Steppin' Up (Kizybosh Records 2011) —Kevin McKendree on B-3 organ.


Billy Martin & Wil Blades “Les and Eddie”
from Shimmy ((RED) The Royal Potato Family 2012)


Revorgandrum “Can't Be Still”
from Revorgandrum (artists 2007) —Jim "Rev. Horton Heat" Heath, Tim Alexander and Todd Soesbe


Corey Harris “Ark of the Covenant”
from Zion Crossroads (Telarc Records 2007)


Guy Forsyth “Patient's Blues”
from Love Songs: For and Against (Small and Nimble Records 2005) —song co-written by Carolyn Wonderland


Patrick Sweany “Bus Station”
from Close To the Floor (Nine Mile Records www.ninemilerecords.com 2013) N  —an artist I think Bob Reuter would enjoy...intense, honest and doing his own thing.


Bob Reuter “Gothic South”
from Live at KDHX 3/4/08 (KDHX 2008) L —recorded at KDHX, 4March2008


Bash & Pop “Loose Ends”
from Blue Bay (Warner Special Products 1993) —taken from the "Blue Bay" compilation; originally on the Bash & Pop album "Friday Night Is Killing Me" in 1993. Tommy Stinson's band.


The Blind Eyes “Just Be”
from Live At KDHX 6/6/13 (KDHX 2013) N  —recorded at KDHX, 06June2013


Everest “Rapture”
from Ownerless (ATO www.atorecords.com 2012)


Chuck Prophet “I Can Feel Your Heartbeat”
from Soap and Water (Yep Roc 2007) —88.1 KDHX Welcomes....Chuck and his Mission Express are playing Off Broadway on Sat, Aug 17th. Get your tickets EARLY!


Nikki Sudden “Treasure Island” (Secretly Canadian 2004) —a nice Chuck Prophet vibe on this one. Plus, who wouldn't want to have been a pirate...excepting the scurvy, or course.


The Beatles “DON'T LET ME DOWN with Billy Preston”
from Past Masters (CAPITOL 1987) —recorded in Jan. 1969; the B-side of the "Get Back" single, and was not released on the "Let It Be" LP


Shinyribs “Sweeter Than The Scars”
from Gulf Coast Museum (Nine Mile Records www.ninemilerecords.com 2013) N


Spacehog “Never Coming Down (Part II)”
from Resident Alien (Sire Records 1995) —I love this cd...and I only paid $1 for it! Whoo!


The Yayhoos “Monkey With a Gun”
from Fear Not the Obvious (Bloodshot Records www.bloodshotrecords.com 2001) —a lil' ol' poke at ol' Bocephus. Eric Roscoe Ambel writin' an' singin'


The Derailers “I Don't Believe I'll Fall In Love (Today)”
from Reverb Deluxe (Sire/Watermelon 1997) —a Harlan Howard tune, one of the greatest songwriters there's ever been. Produced by Dave Alvin, and engineered by Stuart Sullivan - bank on that!


Dwight Yoakam “Rapid City, South Dakota”
from In Others' Words (Reprise 2003) —originally found on the 1999 CD "Pearls in the Snow: Songs of Kinky Friedman". 88.1 KDHX Welcomes....Dwight is playing The Pageant in St. Louis on Sun, Aug 18th, with Sturgill Simpson opening up.


Susanna Van Tassel “You Don't Know Me”
from The Heart I Wear (SVT Records 2000) —a beautiful job on this Cindy Walker ballad (associated to Eddy Arnold, among others.)


Tanya Tucker “Big Big Love featuring Jo-El Sonnier”
from My Turn (Saguaro Road Records 2009) —one of Wynn Stewart's big ones, covered nicely by Ms. Tucker.


Rockhouse Ramblers “If I Knew Now (What I Knew Then)”
from Lies And Damn Lies (self 2010) L —Dade Farrar wrote this song. Dade, Gary Hunt, Danny Kathriner, Kip Loui and John Horton


Sisters Euclid “Sunday Best”
from Faith Cola (Poverty Playlist 2008) —this one is being played in honor Bob Reuter. Here's to you, Bob...

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