Memphis to Manchester (Music)
With John Wendland
Thu Aug 22nd 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
Otis Redding “Satisfaction”
from Otis Redding: The Complete Stax/Volt Singles Collection (Shout! Factory 2013) N —New 3-CD compilation of all the original mono mix versions of every single A & B side (35 singles in all) recorded by Otis Redding. This Rolling Stones song was recorded in 1965. A ridiculous amount of artists have recorded this song. But not like this.
Nils Logfren “Keith Don't Go”
from Nils Lofgren (A&M 1975) —An ode to the Glimmer Twin written by Nils Lofgren. From his first solo album. Trust me - when this came out, it was a breath of fresh air. Nothing else sounded like it. Now he toils in obscurity in some group called the E Street Band.
Ananda Shankar “Honky Tonk Woman”
from Satisfaction: Covers & Cookies of The Rolling Stones (Harmless 2005) —Music bed. 1970 mainly instrumental verion of the Stones song recorded by the nephew of Ravi Shankar.
Superchunk “Me & You & Jackie Mittoo”
from I Hate Music (Merge www.mergerecords.com 2013) N —Alright, this is one great single. Fun fact: Look at the official video for this song and you see Jim Utz from Vintage Vinyl at the :23 second mark wearing a Merge shirt and holding up an Oliver Sain reissue.
The Shindigs “Thunder Reef”
from Keb Darge & Little Edith's Legendary Wild Rockers 3 (BBE 2013) N —Music bed. 1958 instrumental recorded 1958 for the Yucca label in New Mexico. Featuring a young Bobby Fuller on guitar.
A R Rahman featuring Suzanne “Latika's Theme”
from Slumdog Millionaire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Interscope 2008) —Music bed.
Del McCoury Band “1952 Vincent Black Lightning”
from Del and the Boys (Ceili 2006) —The 'Del Yeah' festival is taking place at Old Rock House this Satueday & Sunday. (6:45pm-1:30am): Del McCoury Band; Bluegrass Ball ; Big Sam’s Funky Nation; The Hatrick; Old Salt Union; Whitewater Ramble; Elemental Shakedown
Dolly Parton “Down from Dover”
from The Fairest of Them All / My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner (Omni 2010) —Sad, sad tale written by Dolly Parton and recorded in 1969.
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