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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Feb 15th 2014

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Feb 15th 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)


James Hand “Old Man Henry”
from Mighty Lonesome Man (Hillgrass Bluebilly Records 2012) —Beth Chrisman from The Carper Family adds a lonesome fiddle sound to this incredible song.


James Intveld “Perfect World”
from James Intveld (Ichiban/Innerworks 1997) —James in nominated in the Male Rockabilly category. This is from his first solo album.


Rosie Flores “Crying Over You”
from A Honky Tonk Reprise (Rounder www.rounder.com 1996) —Originally released in 1987 and produced by Pete Anderson, James Intveld wrote this one and plays guitar. Rosie is nominated in the Female Rockabilly and Honky Tonk categories.


Amber Digby and Midnight Flyer “After It Breaks”
from LIVE at Swiss Alp Hall (CD BABY 2011) —One that Amber co-wrote with Dani Flowers. Recorded November 2010 at this venerable venue in Schulenberg, TX.


Wayne Hancock “Tulsa” (Bloodshot Records www.bloodshotrecords.com 2006) —Wayne is nominated in the Male Honky Tonk category.


Kim Lenz and the Jaguars “Pay Dearly”
from Follow Me (Riley Records 2013) —Kim is up for Female Rockabilly artist.


Dale Watson & His Lone Stars “I Hate These Songs” (Hightone 1997) —Going out to my pal, Woody Adkins, who does two country music shows on KOPN in Columbia and is nominated in the DJ category. He's been known to shout out this title at Dale Watson gigs. Go Woody!


Heybale “Honky Tonk Mood”
from The Last Country Album (Heybale! 2008) —These guys are nominated for Best Honky Tonk Group. This song was written by keyboard great Earl Poole Ball, who was an original member of the group.


Miss Leslie “I Get the Bar”
from Lucky (Zero Label Records 2013) —Nominated in the Best Female Honky Tonk category.


JP Harris and the Tough Choices “Just Your Memory”
from I'll Keep Calling (Cow Island Music 2012) —These guys are vying for Best Honky Tonk Group.


Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys “Power of the 45”
from Turntable Matinee (Yep Roc Records 2006) —Big Sandy's in the Male Rockabilly category. Bring your 45s to The Stage at KDHX the 2nd Tuesday of each month and have a cold one at 40s and 45s Tuesdays.


Elizabeth Cook “Sometimes It Takes Balls to be a Woman”
from Balls (31 Tigers 2007) —Produced by Rodney Crowell. Elizabeth is nominated in the Female Outlaw category and she's the best-lookin' outlaw I've ever seen.


The Derailers “The Lost and Found”
from Full Western Dress (Sire Records Group 1999) —The Derailers are in the Best Rockabilly Group category. Again, not rockabilly but tune in Al Swacker's Greaser's Lunchbox every Thursday at noon for all things rockabilly.


The Dillards “Old Blue”
from There Is a Time (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 1991) —Originally appeared on their "Live!!!Almost!!! album on Elektra in 1964, recorded at The Mecca in LA.


Ry Cooder “Hank Williams”
from My Name Is Buddy (Nonesuch 2007) —The album is told from the perspective of Buddy, a ramblin' old, left-leaning tomcat.


Bryan Bowers “Dog”
from By Heart (Flying Fish 1984) —A great song from a modern master of the autoharp, written by T. Dundee.


Aaron Till “The Best Man”
from The Staying Kind (Aaron Till 2013) N  —Aaron is a fine Nashville fiddler and you can pick up this cd at Log House Concerts near Edwardsville next Saturday night. www.loghouseconcerts.com.


The Hackensaw Boys “Look Out Dog, Slow Down Train”
from Look Out! (Nettwerk www.nettwerk.com 2007) —These fellas are at the Old Rock House this Wednesday, February 19th, 8PM show.


Turnpike Troubadours “Morgan Street”
from Goodbye Normal Street (Thirty Tigers www.thirtytigers.com 2012) —Based out of Oklahoma, these fellas are at Off Broadway on February 27th. The website says it's a sellout.


The Dock Ellis Band “Tears Come Easy”
from Bad Songs And Waltzes (self-released 2013) L —These St. Louis favorites are at The Livery next Friday, February 21st, 9PM. The Livery is at 3211 Cherokee in the Benton Park West neighborhood.


Claire Lynch “How Many Moons”
from Dear Sister (Compass www.compassrecords.com 2013) —Claire released this fine album last year. I first heard The Whites do this song she wrote.


Reno & Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups “Tally Ho”
from The Talk of the Town: The Definite '50s Masters (Westside 1999) —A good example of Don Reno's great banjo playing. He and Earl are two of the best banjer pickers ever.


The Johnson Mountain Boys “My Better Years”
from Blue Diamond (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 1993) —One written by the late, great Hazel Dickens.


Jim and Valerie Gabehart “Green Green Grass of Home”
from I Was Raised in a Railroad Town (JVG 2013) —New music to my ears, Jim and Valerie do a fine job on this Curly Putman classic. Jim's day job is Prosecuting Attorney for Lincoln County, WV.


Johnny Bush “Don't Sing Me No Songs About Texas”
from Johnny Bush Sings Bob Wills (Lone Star Records 2005) —One written by Merle Haggard and Leona Williams. The great Hank Thompson sings the second verse.


Merle Haggard “That's the Way Love Goes”
from The Essential Merle Haggard: The Epic Years (Legacy 2004) —A classic from Whitey Shafer and Lefty Frizzell, Hag's recording topped the charts 30 years ago this week, his 33rd #1.


Wylie and the Wild West “21st Century Blues”
from Relic (Hi-Line Records 2014) N  —Wylie Gustafson has a fine new album out. This 4th-generation Montana rancher is not a relic.


Jerry Jeff Walker “Jaded Lover”
from Ridin' High (MCA 1975) —Originally released on MCA in 1975, going out to my dear friend and college roommate, Darrell Veile for his birthday this coming Monday. We dropped the needle on this album a few times back in the day, didn't we?

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