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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Sep 25th 2013

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Sep 25th 2013 12.00pm–2.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Clarence "Tom" Ashley “Little Sadie”
from Greenback Dollar (1929-1933) (Rebel Records www.rebelrecords.com 2001) —1929. Classic version of "Little Sadie"


Dock Boggs “Country Blues” (Revenant 1997) —1927. Send this out to Pablo Meshugie, get well.


The Civil Tones “Sensible Shoes For Barbie”
from Rotisserie Twist (Pravda 1996) L —Today's music bed. Featrues KDHX's own Doug Morgan.


The Stanley Brothers “The Little Glass Of Wine”
from Earliest Recordings: The Complete Rich-R-Tone 78s (1947-1952) (Rounder www.rounder.com 2005) —Ralph Stanley returns to St. Louis one last time. He'll be at the Sheldon on Saturday night.


The Knitters “Someone Like You”
from Poor Little Critter On the Road (Slash / Rhino 1985) —X & friends did one of the first alt-country records in 1985. Helping to turn on generations of punks to country music...


Aimee Mann “Gumby”
from Charmer Single (Superego 2012) —Happy Birthday to my true love, yesterday. We're still true loves, her b-day was yesterday.


Big Star “September Gurls”
from #1 Record/Radio City (Ardent 1974) —For my September Gal Pal.


The Blind Eyes “Satisfactory”
from With A Bang (self-released 2011) L —And a belated happy birthday to Blind Eye Seth. We said happy birthday to his band mate Matt, last week.


The Helium Tapes “Greedy”
from Ghost Wave (self 2009) L —And belated happy birthday to Helium singer Sunyatta, currently of CaveofswordS. A couple years ago going out and seeing The Helium Tapes and The Blind Eyes was as good as seeing most any touring band.


Camera Obscura “I Missed Your Party”
from Desire Lines (4AD 2013) —I missed a few parties last weekend. Sorry.


Jimmy Cliff “Waterfall”
from Anthology (Hip-O 2003) —1969 ?


Señor Coconut “Humo En El Agua”
from Fiesta Songs (Emperor Norton/Essay Recordings 2003) —Fire in the sky.


The B-52's “There's a Moon In the Sky (Called the Moon)”
from The B-52's CD Album (Warner Brothers 1979)


The Evaporators “Crispy Space Bacon”
from Gassy Jack and Other Tales (Mint Records, Inc. 2007) R  —And more from the moon. Goes out to Michael. Was the moon landing a hoax?


Devo “Soft Things”
from New Traditionalists (Deluxe Version) [Remastered] (Warner Bros. 2010) —1981. 1 year ago today I got to see Devo live for the first (and currently only) time with Blondie in Indiana. Thanks to my pal Steve.


The Cravats “XMP”
from The Land of the Giants: The Best Of Jazz-Punk Colossals (Overground Records 2006) —Both Devo & The Cravats do cool versions of "Working in Coal Mine", from about the same time/era.


Quasi “Little Lord Fontleroy”
from The Sword of God (Touch And Go 2001) —Playing Off Broadway on Oct. 5 w/ Jeffery Lewis.


Jeffery Lewis & The Junkyard “Broken Broken Broken Heart”
from 'Em Are I (Rough Trade 2009) —Playing with Quasi, see above.


Kid Congo And The Pink Monkey Birds “Let's Go”
from haunted head (In The Red Records 2013) N  —Playing Old Rock House Tues 10/8/13 w/ Jon Spencer Blues Explosion


NoMeansNo “Mary”
from 0 + 2 = 1 Vinyl Album (Wrong wrongrecords.com 1991)


Big Black “Bazooka Joe”
from The Rich Man's Eight Track Tape (Homestead 1987) —1986. ATOMIZER lp. Welcome back Joe.


Little Big Bangs “Forgotten”
from Little Big Bangs (self-released 2013) N L —playing with Burrowss and RVIVR at The Firebird tonight. Check out their instudio at KDHX.org from a couple weeks ago.


Motorhead “I'm So Bad (Baby I Don't Care)”
from 1916 (Sony / WTG 1991)


The Black Hollies “Can't Stop These Tears (From Falling)”
from Softly Towards The Light (Ernest Jenning Record Co. 2009)


Love “The Red Telephone”
from Forever Changes (Rhino 1987)


The Stooges “Down On The Street”
from Funhouse (Elektra/Asylum 1970) R


Cody ChesnuTT “Where Is All the Money Going?”
from Landing On A Hundred (Vibration Vineyard 2013) —At The Duck Room Friday night.


KC & The Sunshine Band “That's The Way I Like It”
from The Best Of KC & the Sunshine Band (Rhino 1989) —1975.

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