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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Mar 22nd 2014

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Mar 22nd 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)


June Carter Cash “I Used to Be Somebody”
from Press On (Small Hairy Dog 1999) R  —Recorded a few short years before June's passing in 2003, featuring June on the autoharp. Norman Blake and Marty Stuart are also prominent on this album. Going out to Ron on his retirement.


John Prine with Lucinda Williams “Wedding Bells/Turn Back the Years”
from In Spite of Ourselves (Oh Boy www.ohboy.com 1999) R  —Written by Hank Williams and Claude Boon respectively.


The Time Jumpers “Texas on a Saturday Night”
from The Time Jumpers (Rounder www.rounder.com 2012) —Dawn Sears on the vocal. She is battling cancer as is the author of this song, Mundo Earwood. Thoughts and prayers go out to both.


Hot Club Of Cowtown “It's All Your Fault”
from What Makes Bob Holler (Proper Records 2010) —Elana James on the vocal with one written by the great Cindy Walker.


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


The Western Swing Authority “I've Got A Feelin'”
from All Dolled Up Single (self 2012) —Stacey Lee Guse on the vocal with one co-written by husband, Shane and Larry Wayne Clark. This fine Western swing outfit hails from north of the border.


Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band “I'll Be Your San Antone Rose”
from Luxury Liner (Warner 1976) R  —Going out to Al in Ladue. Written by the late Susanna Clark.


John Prine and Iris DeMent “(We're Not) The Jet Set”
from In Spite of Ourselves (Oh Boy www.ohboy.com 1999) —One written by Bobby Braddock and recorded in 1974 by George and Tammy. Bobby also wrote "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" and co-wrote "He Stopped Loving Her Today".


Alice Spencer with some Orbits “After Midnight”
from Live at Riddle's with some Sheiks, some Orbits and Rush (Rush McAllister 2000) L —Some Orbits includes Jon Ferber, Bob Breidenbach and Vince Corkery. Alice and Tom Hall are finishing up a new album.


Nanci Griffith “Ford Econoline”
from From a Distance: The Very Best of Nanci Griffith (MCA NASHVILLE 2002) —One written by Nanci and originally recorded on her 1990 release "Lone Star State of Mind".


Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard “Working Girl Blues”
from Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerard (Rounder www.rounder.com 1998) —Written by the late, great Hazel Dickens.


Carolina Chocolate Drops “Ruby, Are You Mad At Your Man?”
from Leaving Eden (Nonesuch 2012) —Rhiannon Giddens possesses one of the most powerful voices in music today.


Elizabeth Cook “Mama's Prayers”
from Balls (31 Tigers 2007) —Written by Elizabeth, who sounds much like her musical idol, Dolly Parton, on this one. Going out to Woody Atkins.


Rhonda Vincent and the Rage “Drivin' Nails in My Coffin”
from Ragin' Live (Rounder www.rounder.com 2005) L —A honky tonk classic written by Jerry Irby, here recorded live in 2004 at the Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis.


Rosie Flores “Wrong Side of His Heart”
from Rockabilly Filly (Hightone 1995)


James Taylor and Alison Krauss “How's the World Treating You?”
from Livin' Lovin' Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers (Universal South 2003) —Written by Chet Atkins and Boudleaux Bryant. This Grammy-winning album was produced by Carl Jackson.


Kathy Mattea “Black Waters”
from Calling Me Home (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2012) —Written by the great Jean Ritchie, this song is as timely and relevant today as when it was written.


Wanda Jackson “Silver Threads and Golden Needles”
from Wanda Jackson (Capitol/Nashville 2002) —Recorded in 1956, a bonus track from the cd version of Wanda's debut album on Capitol in 1958. Written by Jack Rhodes and later recorded by Rose Maddox and Linda Ronstadt among others.


Loretta Lynn “Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missing Tonight)”
from All Time Greatest Hits (MCA Nashville. 2002) —Originally recorded in 1976, this was a #1 for Loretta.


Amber Digby “Deep as Your Pocket”
from Passion, Pride and What Might Have Been CD Album (Heart of Texas Records 2008) —One written by Loretta Lynn. Amber's country music roots include her uncle, Darrell McCall and her stepfather, steel guitar Hall of Famer Dickey Overbey, who is also battling a serious illness.


Connie Smith “Ain't You Even Gonna Cry”
from Long Line of Heartaches (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2011) —Written by Johnny Russell.


The Maddox Brothers and Rose “You've Been Talking in Your Sleep”
from America's Most Colorful Hillbilly Band, Volume 2 (Arhoolie 1995) —One written by Hank Locklin and recorded ca. 1948 for 4 Star Records.


Patsy Montana and the Prairie Ramblers “I Want to be a Cowboy's Sweetheart”
from Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing (Proper 1999) —Recorded in 1935 for the ARC label, the first million-selling record by a female artist. The Prairie Ramblers included Tex Atchison, Chick Hurt, Salty Holmes and Jack Taylor.


The Davis Sisters “Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know”
from Memories, Volume 1 (Bear Family 1993) —Recorded in 1953 on the RCA label. Although not related, Skeeter Davis and Betty Jack Davis had sibling-like harmony.


Janis Martin “Walk Softly on This Heart of Mine”
from The Blanco Sessions (Cow Island Music 2012) —Produced by Rosie Flores, these songs were recorded by "The Female Elvis" just weeks before she was diagnosed with cancer and were released posthumously. A Bill Monroe composition.


Zoe Muth & the Lost High Rollers “Maureen, Maureen”
from Old Gold EP (Signature Sounds www.signaturesounds.com 2013) —One written by John Prine. Going out to Jane, who has twin daughters, one named Maureen. Still looking for a Madelyn song.


Leona Williams “He's Just on My Mind Again”
from New Patches (Heart of Texas Records 2008) —Leona co-wrote this one with Justin Trevino and her son, Ron.


Miss Leslie and Her Juke-Jointers “Yes Ma'am (He Found Me in a Honky Tonk)"”
from Honky Tonk Happy Hour (Zero Records 2006) —One released in 1972 on the Hickory label by Leona Williams.


Brandy Clark “Stripes”
from 12 Stories (Smith Entertainment www.twotons.com 2013) —A fine new songwriter and vocalist out of Nashville.


Amanda Cevallos “He Won't Stop Leavin' Me Alone”
from none--live at KDHX 6.1.13 (KDHX 2013) —Audio engineering by Dan Kinney and video by Melissa James available on KDHX's YouTube channel.

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