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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Sep 28th 2013

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Sep 28th 2013 3.00pm–5.00pm

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

Time zone: central


The Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie (intro)”
from Almost To Tulsa (Bear Family 2008)


Laurie Lewis and The Right Hands “Rank Stranger”
from The Golden West (HighTone Records 2006) —Linda Ronstadt on harmony vocal with one written by Albert E. Brumley and made famous by the Stanley Brothers.


David Bromberg “The Fields Have Turned Brown”
from Only Slightly Mad (Appleseed Music 2013) N  —John McEuen plays banjo on this Stanley Brothers classic.


The Stanley Brothers “Little Maggie”
from Earliest Recordings: The Complete Rich-R-Tone 78s (1947-1952 (Rounder www.rounder.com 2005) —Recorded 65 years ago in 1948. I'll send this one out to my wife, Maggie, whom I have seen with a wine glass in her hand.


The Stanley Brothers “Little Glass of Wine”
from Live Again! WCYB Bristol Farm and Fun Time (Rebel 1997) —From a 1947 radio transcription.


Ralph Stanley and Porter Wagoner “The White Dove”
from Clinch Mountain Country (Rebel 1998)


Ralph Stanley and Marty Stuart “She's More to be Pitied”
from Clinch Mountain Country (Rebel 1998)


Ralph Stanley and Dwight Yoakum “Down Where the River Bends”
from Saturday Night & Sunday Morning (Rebel 1992)


Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver “The Long, Long Journey”
from Beyond The Shadows (Sugar Hill Records www.sugarhillrecords.com 2004) R  —One written by Governor Jimmie Davis, Mike Auldridge on steel guitar.


Chubby Wise “Footprints in the Snow”
from In Nashville (Pinecastle 1994)


Noam Pikelny “Wheel Hoss (feat. Mike Bub, Stuart Duncan, Ronnie McCoury & Bryan Sutton)”
from Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe (Compass Records www.compassrecords.com 2013) N  —Just released this week, Noam Pikelny re-records the tracks from Kenny Baker's 1976 album, "Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe".


Old Salt Union “On and On”
from Western Skies (self 2013) N L —Old Salt Union is at the TOCO Festival at Jellystone Park in Eureka this weekend. Check out www.oldsaltunion.com for more gigs.


Jo-El Sonnier “The Real Deal” (Musique de Jo-El 2008) —Sending this song and set out to my pal Woody Atkins, who hosts The Real Deal Country Show and Midnight Country on KOPN in Columbia.


Sturgill Simpson “Some Days”
from High Top Mountain (High Top Mountain 2013) N  —He's back in town at The Gramophone on October 20th.


Miss Leslie “After the Storm”
from Lucky (Zero Label Records 2013) N


JP Harris & the Tough Choices “I'm Staying Here”
from I'll Keep Calling (Cow Island Music 2011) —JP Harris and the Tough Choices close out Saturday's music at the Folk 'N' Roots Festival with a show at the Sheldon ballroom, 11PM.


The Geyer Street Sheiks “Sixteen Tons”
from Great Dream CD Album (Bjam 1993) L —Written by Merle Travis and made famous by Tennessee Ernie. The GSSs (including Alice) are at the Focal Point Arts Center on Sunday, October 6th.


Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott “Alone and Forsaken”
from Memories and Moments (Full Skies 2013) N  —A Hank Williams minor key masterpiece. I believe this is the third collaboration in a row these two have released.


Moon Mullican “Pipeliner Blues”
from Moon's Rock (Bear Family 1992) —Originally recorded for the King label 55 years ago in 1958. Along with Merrill Moore, Moon was a big influence on Jerry Lee.


Merrill Moore “Fly-Rite Boogie”
from Boogie My Blues Away, Volume 1 (Bear Family Records www.bear-family.de 1990) —Recorded 60 years ago in 1953 for the Capitol label.


Jerry Lee Lewis “Funny How Time Slips Away”
from The Locust Years...to the Promised Land, Volume 2 (Bear Family 1994) —One of Willie Nelson's finest blues compositions, recorded in 1965 for the Smash label.


Jerry Lee Lewis “It's the Whiskey Talkin' (Not Me)”
from Young Blood (sire 1995)


Jerry Lee Lewis “That Kind of Fool (with Keith Richards)”
from Last Man Standing (Shangri La 2006)


Gene Autry “Dallas County Jail Blues (Remastered)”
from The Essential Gene Autry, Volume 1 (Columbia / Legacy 2005) —Originally recorded in 1931 for the Romeo label, this Autry composition shows the complete influence Jimmie Rodgers' music had on Gene and many others at the time.


Gene Autry “Don'T Fence Me In”
from The Essential Gene Autry, Volume 2 (Columbia / Legacy 2005) —Recorded in 1944 for the Okeh label, one written by well-known Parisian and New York City cowboy, Cole Porter.


Tommy Collins “High on a Hilltop”
from Leonard, Volume 1 (Bear Family 1992) —Recorded in 1954 for Capitol.


Merle Haggard And The Strangers “Leonard”
from Down Every Road, Volume 4 (CAPITOL 1996) —Recorded in 1981 for the Epic label.


Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers “Mama Don't Like No Music”
from Stompin' Singers & Western Swingers: More from the Golden Years of Western Swing (Proper 2004) —Recorded at the Texas Hotel in San Antonio, TX in 1934 for the Bluebird label.


Gary Carter “Shenandoah”
from The Big E: A Salute To Steel Guitarist Buddy Emmons (Warner 2013) N  —Gary Carter is Marty Stuart's steel player. "Shenandoah" was the last song Buddy performed at the 2007 International Steel Guitar Convention.

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