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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Nov 2nd 2013

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Nov 2nd 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)


Ernest Tubb and the Texas Troubadours “When I Take My Vacation in Heaven”
from Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello (Bear Family 1991) R  —Originally recorded in 1950 for Decca. Going out to Annabelle and Bill in Farmington.


Stonewall Jackson “Life to Go”
from The Best of Stonewall Jackson (Sony 2002) —One written by George Jones and recorded 55 years ago in 1958 for Columbia.


Norman Blake “Fiddler's Dram/Whiskey Before Breakfast”
from Old Ties (Rounder www.rounder.com 2002) R  —Originally recorded in 1976.


Roy Rogers “Hawaiian Cowboy”
from The King of the Cowboys (ASV 1998)


Joni Harms “Let's Put the Western Back in the Country”
from Let's Put The Western Back In The Country (Wildcatter 2003)


Charlie Walker “Who Will Buy the Wine”
from Greatest Honky Tonk Hits (Audium 2003) —From the Columbia label in 1960, Ray Price on the harmony vocal.


k.d. Lang “Angel with a Lariat”
from Reintarnation (Rounder www.rounder.com 2006) —From the Sire label, produce by Dave Edmunds.


Tammy Wynette “Take Me to Your World”
from Take Me To Your World/I Don't Wanna Play House (Sony 1998) —Originally recorded 45 years ago in 1968 on the Epic label. Epic was a CBS subsidiary label but in truth, Billy Sherrill "owned" it.


Mike Zanger “Lonesome and Blue”
from Vanity Press (self 2013) N  —Mike is co-host of Log House Concerts and he went to Nashville and made hisself a cd. With Aaron Till on fiddle and mandolin, Richard Smith on guitar and shakers and Brad Benge on bass and drums. I call it the "Supersessions".


Delbert McClinton “Midnight Communion”
from Cost Of Living (New West 2005)


The Wilhelms “Left Behind and Gone for Good”
from Film At 11 (Perdition 2013) L —One written by John Wendland. CD release party tomorrow night at the Focal Point Arts Center, 8PM, along with The Trio Project.


International Submarine Band “Blue Eyes”
from Sacred Hearts & Fallen Angels: The Gram Parsons Anthology (Rhino 2001) —From "Safe at Home" on the LHI label in 1967.


The Byrds “Life in Prison”
from Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Legacy Edition) (Columbia / Legacy 2003) —Originally recorded in 1968, Jay Dee Maness on pedal steel and Earl Poole Ball on piano.


The Flying Burrito Bros “Hot Burrito #1”
from The Gilded Palace of Sin and Burrito Deluxe (A & M 1997) —Originally released in 1969.


Gram Parsons “Kiss the Children”
from GP/Grievous Angel (Reprise 1990) —Originally recorded in 1973, one written by Ric Grech.


Guy Clark “Rita Ballou”
from Old No.1 / Texas Cookin' (Camden 1997) —Originally recorded for RCA in 1975.


Guy Clark “The Last Gunfighter Ballad”
from Keepers: A Live Recording (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 1997) —Waylon Jennings played on the original studio version of this song on "Texas Cookin" in 1976.


John Prine and Emmylou Harris “Magnolia Wind”
from This One's for Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark (Music Road Records 2011) —Such a beautiful song.


Bill Kirchen “Hammer of the Honky-Tonk Gods” (Proper American 2006) —Bill Kirchen will be at Off Broadway on Thursday, November 14th for a 7PM seated show.


Hank Wilson “I'm Movin' On”
from Hank Wilson's Back, Vol. II (Leon Russell Records 2001) —Hank Wilson is, of course, the persona of Leon Russell. Leon will be at the Old Rock House on Wednesday, November 20th, along with Alex Dezen of The Damnwells, 8PM show.


Iris DeMent “Mom And Dad's Waltz”
from My Life (Warner 1995) —Iris returns to St. Louis on Friday, November 22nd, for an 8PM show at the Sheldon Concert Hall.


New Riders of the Purple Sage “Down for the Ride”
from 17 Pine Avenue (Woodstock Records 2012) —This album features David Nelson and Buddy Cage and they will be part of the New Riders lineup at The Gramophone, along with Acoustics Anonymous, on Saturday, November 23rd.


Asleep At The Wheel with Clint Black “Bob Wills Is Still The King”
from Ride With Bob (DreamWorks 1999) —Clint Black will be at the Meramec Music Theater in Steeleville next Saturday, November 9th, 8PM show.


Sir Douglas Quintet “(Is Anybody Going To) San Antone”
from He's About a Groover: An Essential Collection (Fuel 2000 2004) —Recorded 50 years ago in 1963. This is a nice 2-disc collection of Doug Sahm's work from 1957-1963.


The Texas Tornados “He Is a Tejano”
from Zone of Our Own (Warner 1991) —"...and he speaka no Mexicana... A different, yet similar cultural take on Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?


Doug Sahm “Cowboy Peyton Place”
from The Return of Wayne Douglas (Tornado Records 2000) —Doug's last studio album reminds us of what a deeply soulful cat he was.


Freda and the Firedogs “Be Real”
from Keep Your Soul: A Tribute to Doug Sahm (Vanguard 2009) —Marcia Ball is the lead dog in Freda and the Firedogs.


Webb Pierce “There Stands the Glass”
from Webb "The Wondering Boy" Pierce, 1951-1958 (Bear Family 1990) —60 years ago tomorrow radio station WXGI in Richmond, VA banned this song, saying it wasn't suitable for their younger listeners. Other stations followed suit as well. That didn't keep the song from reaching #1 for twelve weeks.


Robbie Fulks “When You Get to the Bottom”
from Gone Away Backward (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2013) N


Buck Owens and his Buckaroos “Congratulations, You're Absolutely Right”
from Open Up Your Heart (CAPITOL 1966) R


Bonnie Raitt “Your Sweet and Shiny Eyes”
from Home Plate (Warner Brothers 1975) —Sending this out to Kenny & Te and Darrell and Jeff. Wish we were drinking salty margaritas together with Fernando. Harmony vocals from J.D. Souther, Jackson Browne and Emmylou Harris.

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