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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Jan 25th 2014

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Jan 25th 2014 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)


Hank Williams and The Drifting Cowboys “When the Saints Go Marching In”
from The Unreleased Recordings, Volume 1 (time-life 2008) R  —Going out to Bill and Annabelle in Farmington


The Carper Family “Foolish Ramblin' Man”
from Old-Fashioned Gal (self 2013) R


Boxcar Willie with The Skeletons “Sixteen Chickens and a Tambourine”
from Rocky Box (Gem Records 1993) R


Doc Watson “Omie Wise”
from The Essential Doc Watson (Vanguard 1986) R  —Originally recorded ca. 1964 at the Newport Folk Festival


Iris DeMent “Let the Mystery Be”
from Infamous Angel (Warner Bros. 1992) —One of hundreds, maybe thousands of albums produced by the great Jim Rooney.


Kate Wolf “Eyes of a Painter”
from Close To You (Rhino 1982) —Reissued on cd in 1993. Tony Rice on the harmony vocal and Darol Anger on fiddle.


Stella! “Down in the Cellar”
from Sorry, Stella (Earthwork 2012) R


Dennis McGee and Ernest Fruge “Two Step De La Ville Platte”
from Cajun Capers: Cajun Music 1928-1954 (Proper 2005) —Recorded in 1929 on the Vocalion label.


Harry Choates and His Melody Boys “Poor Hobo”
from The Fiddle King of Cajun Swing (Arhoolie 1993) —Recorded ca. 1947 for the Gold Star label.


The Red Stick Ramblers “You've Got the Right Key, But the Wrong Keyhole”
from Right Key, Wrong Keyhole (Memphis International 2005) —Sending this one out to my sister, Janet, who's visiting family in the city of the Red Stick.


The Lost Bayou Ramblers “Austin Special”
from Live at the Blue Moon (SWALLOW RECORDS www.swallowrecords.com 2007) —It's Carnival season.


Dailey & Vincent “When I Stop Dreaming”
from Brothers of the Highway (Rounder www.rounder.com 2013) —A Grammy nominee for Best Bluegrass Album. These boys are at Lewis & Clark College tonight with The Harmans. A sold out show.


The Haden Triplets “My Baby's Gone”
from The Haden Triplets (Third Man www.thirdmanrecords.com 2014) —This album has a street release date of February 4th.


James King “Old Five and Dimers”
from Three Chords and The Truth (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2013) —Another Grammy nominee for Best Bluegrass Album. From the pen of Billy Joe Shaver.


Irene Kelley “Rattlesnake Rattler”
from Pennsylvania Coal (Patio Records 2014) —Darrin's older sister, Rhonda Vincent sings harmony vocal on this one.


Orville Johnson “Summertime”
from Resophonics Anonymous (Squareneck Dodo 2005) —Tom Hall's 8th Annual Guitar Benefit and Resophonic Extravaganza is tomorrow at the Iron Barley starting around 3PM. Orville grew up in Edwardsville and moved to the Pacific Northwest in the latter '70s.


Waylon Jennings “Theme from the Dukes of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys)”
from The Essential Waylon Jennings, Volume 2 (Sony BMG 2007) —A cultural highwater mark in American television was reached 35 years ago this week with the debut of "The Dukes of Hazzard". Waylon also narrated the segments between scenes.


Buck Owens and his Buckaroos “Together Again” (Sundazed 1997) —Recorded 50 years ago this week on January 28, 1964. The B-side was "My Heart Skips a Beat" and both sides went to #1.


Sturgill Simpson “I'd Have to be Crazy”
from High Top Mountain (High Top Mountain 2013) —One of the better-known songs written by Austin renaissance musician Steve Fromholz, who died earlier this week in a tragic accident at the age of 68. Willie recorded it on his 1976 album, "The Sound in Your Mind".


Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band “Save the Last Dance for Me”
from Blue Kentucky Girl (Warner 1979) —A great version of the Doc Pomus song, this one went to #4 for Emmylou.


Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell “Here We Are”
from Old Yellow Moon (Nonesuch 2013) —One of Rodney's many great songs, these two go back forty years together and are Grammy nominees for Best American Album.


Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant “Flippin' the Lid”
from Stratosphere Boogie: The Flaming Guitars of Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1995) —One written by Speedy and recorded 60 years ago in 1954. What will become of the International Steel Guitar Convention with the closing of the Millenium Hotel?


Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys “Oozlin' Daddy Blues”
from San Antonio Rose, Volume 3 (Bear Family 2000) —Al Stricklin on the piano, recorded in 1937 for Columbia. Oozling is a slang term for stealing, although its use in the song is not always with that meaning in mind.


Buddy Emmons “Any Time”
from Amazing Steel Guitar: The Buddy Emmons Collection (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1997) —From Buddy's jaw-dropping 1963 Mercury release, "Steel Guitar Jazz".


Norm Hamlet “Invitation to the Blues”
from The Big E: A Salute To Steel Guitarist Buddy Emmons (Warner 2013) —Norm is a member of the International Steel Guitar Hall of Fame, the longtime steel and dobro player for Merle Haggard's Strangers, and a heckuva nice guy.


Marty Robbins “Singing the Blues”
from Country, 1951-1958, Vol. 2 (Bear Family 1996) —One of several Melvin Endsley songs Marty recorded.


Kacey Musgraves “Follow Your Arrow”
from Same Trailer Different Park (Mercury 2013) —Kacey is a Grammy nominee for Best New Artist and Best Country Album.


Rosanne Cash “The Sunken Lands”
from The River & The Thread (Blue Note 2014) N  —A terrific new album from Rosanne, possibly her best. There was a nice segment on last week's "Sunday Morning" on CBS that should be accessible at the CBS website.


Brandi Clark “In Some Corner”
from 12 Stories (Slate Creek Records 2013)


Suzy Bogguss “Let's Chase Each Other Around the Room”
from Lucky (Loyal Dutchess Records 2014) N  —Set for release February 4th, Suzy has recorded a dozen of Merle Haggard's songs with lots of guest vocalists and some fine musicians.'

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