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Spinitron - KDHX: Memphis to Manchester Thu Nov 18th 2010

Memphis to Manchester (Music)

Thu Nov 18th 2010 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


Soul Brothers Six “Some Kind of Wonderful”
from Beg, Scream & Shout (Rhino 1997) —Written by guitarist-singer-songwriter John Ellison who was the leader of the band. Recorded for Atlantic in 1967. Strictly a singles band -- they never recorded an album. Put this one on and you have an instant party.


The Bar-Kays “Soul Finger”
from Stax-Volt: The Complete Singles (1959-1968) (Rhino Atlantic 1991) —One of the greatest soul instrumentals of all time. Recorded in 1967 for Stax/Volt. The only surviving member of Otis Redding's plane crash, Ben Cauley, co-wrote this song and was at Off Broadway a couple of weeks back with the Bo-Keys.


The Emotions “I Like It”
from Shaolin Soul (Koch 2005) —Written by Isaac Hayes & David Porter and originally the b-side of a 1969 Volt single. Amazing intro to this song.


Norah Jones, Robert Randolph & The Dirty Dozen Brass Band “Ruler of My Heart”
from ...Featuring (Blue Note 2010) N  —2002 version of this Allen Toussaint song included on this new compilation of duets between Norah Jones and various artists ranging from Willie Nelson to Ray Charles to Outkast to Herbie Hancock.


Trombone Shorty “On Your Way Down”
from Backatown CD Album (Verve 2010) N  —Written by Allen Toussaint (who also plays piano on this track) & found on the new release by New Orleans composer, leader of the Orleans Avenue band, and trombone master.


Dr. John “Big Gap”
from Tribal Comp (429 www.429records.com 2010) N  —Co-written by Dr. John & Allen Toussaint and found on Dr. John's new release.


Mac Rebennack & The Soul Orchestra “The Point”
from Further Adventures Of Mod Jazz (Kent 2008) —Music bed. Instrumental written by Mac Rebennack (before he became known as Dr. John) & recorded in 1962 for the AFO label.


Cher “I Walk On Guilded Splinters”
from 3614 Jackson Highway (Atlantic 1969) —Dr. John cover recorded in 1969 at Muscle Shoals with Eddie Hinton (lead guitar), Jimmy Johnson (rhythm guitar), Barry Beckett (keyboards), David Hood (bass), and Roger Hawkins (drums).


Margie Joseph “To Know You Is To Love You”
from Sweet Surrender (Atlantic 1974) —Written by Stevie Wonder and released in 1974 on Atlantic. Thanks to the immortal Ken From Cockeysville for this one.


Patrice Holloway “Those DJ Shows”
from A Cellarful of Motown - Vol. 2 (Universal 2005) —Previously unreleased track (and what a great track, it is) recorded in 1965. Written by Smokey Robinson.


Jimi Hendrix “Fire”
from West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology (Sony 2010) N  —Previously unreleased alternate recording from 1967. Produced by Chas Chandler of The Animals.


Sly and the Family Stone “Turn Me Loose”
from A Whole New Thing (Epic unk 1967) —Short but incredibly revved-up soul stomp recorded in 1967 & written by Sylvester Stewart.


The Dirtbombs “Your Love Belongs Under a Rock”
from Ulltraglide In Black (In The Red 2001) —Written by Mick Collins and released in 2001. OK, this set should have got somebody moving out there.


? and the Mysterians “You're Telling Me Lies”
from The Best of ? & the Mysterians: Cameo Parkway 1966-1967 (ABKCO 1967) —Recorded in 1966 for the Cameo label.


Aretha Franklin “96 Tears”
from Aretha Arrives (Atlantic 1967) —? and the Mysterians cover recorded in 1967.


Barbara & The Browns “Watch Dog”
from Can't Find Happiness: The Sounds of Memphis Recordings (Kent 2007) —Written by Dan Greer and recorded for the Sounds of Memphis label in 1972.


The Martinis “Hung Over”
from Further Adventures of Mod Jazz (Kent 2008) —1967 instrumental out of Memphis.


Orgone “Do Your Thing”
from The Killion Floor (Ubiquity Recordings 2007) —Appearing at the Old Rock House on Sunday (11/21). This Isaac Hayes cover features the vocals of Fanny Franklin.


Don Covay “See-Saw” (Atlantic 1966) —Written by Don Covay & Steve Cropper and released in 1966 on Atlantic.


Bruce Springsteen “One Way Street”
from The Promise (Columbia 2010) N  —Written by Bruce Springsteen and one of the 21 unreleased tracks recorded between 1977-78 during the sessions for his Darkness on the Edge of Town album.


The Hold Steady “Cheyenne Sunrise”
from Stay Positive (LP vinyl version) (Vagrant www.vagrant.com 2008) —Appearing tonight (Thursday 11/18) in Columbia at the Blue Note.


The Greenhornes “Saying Goodbye”
from **** (Third Man www.thirdmanrecords.com 2010) N  —Great leadoff track to this highly recommended new release.


The Who “Happy Jack”
from Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy (MCA 1971) —Extremely well put-together compilation of Who songs put out in 1971. This song was written by Pete Townshend and was first released in 1966.


The Beatles “Oh! Darling”
from Abbey Road CD Album (Apple 1969) —Tremendous vocal by Paul McCartney on this 1969 McCartney-penned track.


Eileen Rose and the Holy Wreck “Simple Touch of the Hand”
from Live at Longview (Evangeline 2008) —Recorded live in 2008. Eileen Rose & Rich Gilbert were in St. Louis last Friday and put on a really memorable show. I urge you to see them if you have the chance.


Nick Lowe “Switch Board Susan”
from Labour of Lust (Columbia 1979) —Written by Mickey Jupp and released in 1979. "When I'm with you, I get an extension. And I'm not talking Alexander Graham Bell's invention."


Dave Edmunds “Never Been In Love”
from Tracks On Wax 4 (Wounded Bird 2005) —Written by Rockpile and recorded in 1979.


Dusty Springfield “Spooky”
from Lounge Legends (Mercury 2001) —Classics IV cover recorded in 1970 for Mercury.


Amy Winehouse “You Know I'm No Good”
from Back to Black (Universal 2006) —Written by Amy Winehouse and released in 2006. Alright, she might be sort of a train wreck but this is a terrific song and album.


Millie Jackson “(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right”
from If Loving You Is Wrong: 20 Cheatin' Heartbreakers (Kent 2002) —There might be cheating songs as good as this but there are not cheating songs better than this. Recorded in 1974 for the Spring label.


Jonathan Richman “My Affected Accent”
from O Moon, Queen of Night on Earth (Vapor Records 2010) N  —Slightly acerbic track on this new release. I like it.


The Velvet Underground & Nico “There She Goes Again”
from The Velvet Underground & Nico (Polygram 1967) —Written by Lou Reed & recorded in 1967.


Bettie Serveert “Smack”
from Log 22 (Palomine 2003) —From their 2003 release.


Belle and Sebastian “Little Lou, Ugly Jack, Prophet John”
from Write About Love (Matador 2010) N  —Duet with Stuart Murdoch and Norah Jones found on this new release.


The Mutton Birds “Dominion Road”
from Nature (EMI Australia 1995) —This track was written by Don McGlashan and was originally released in 1992. This was sent out to Tricia Lew and Steve Carosello.


Paul Kelly “You Can't Take It With You”
from The A to Z Recordings (Universal Music Australia 2010) N  —Found on the new 8-CD retrospective of Australian songwriter, Paul Kelly. Conveniently arranged in alphabetical order.


Kelly Willis “Don't Come the Cowboy With Me Sonny Jim!”
from Easy (Ryko 2002) —2002 cover version of a Kirsty MacColl-penned song. And, as an aside, Kelly Willis really needs to return to St. Louis.


Bob Dylan “Tomorrow is a Long Time”
from The Witmark Demos: 1962-64 (Columbia 2010) N  —Previously unreleased demo version recorded for Dylan's publisher.


Jimi Hendrix “Tears of Rage”
from West Coast Seattle Boy: The Jimi Hendrix Anthology (Sony 2010) N  —Previously unreleased recording. This Bob Dylan-Richard Manuel song was recorded in Jimi Hendrix's hotel's room in 1968. The other musician is Paul Caruso on harmonica & backing vocals.


Loudon Wainwright III “A Father and a Son”
from History (Virgin 1992) —Appearing at the Old Rock House on Monday (11/22).


Beth Bombara “Winter Blues”
from Wish I Were You (self 2010) N L —Beth Bombara is having her CD release party for this recording at Off Broadway on Friday (11/19). Also appearing are Dropkick The Robot and Old Lights.


Neil Young “New Mama”
from Tonight's the Night (Reprise 1975) —There will be a tribute to Neil Young at Off Broadway on Sunday (11/21). Featuring Kevin Renick and Friends, The Blue Lemmings with Fred Friction, Dale Hanabarger & Harmony.


The Byrds “Chimes of Freedom”
from The Byrds Play Dylan (Columbia 2002) —Dylan cover from 1965.


The Lovin' Spoonful “Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?”
from Greatest Hits (BMG 2002) —Wriiten by John Sebastian and recorded in 1966.

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