The Back Country (Music)
Sat May 28th 2011 3.00pm–5.00pm
Time zone: central
Slim and Zella Mae Cox “Oh come angel band” from One Day At A Time and The Old Country Church (self-release) L —Slim and Zella Mae are south St. Louis stalwarts who have a furntiture store on the 2800 block of Chippewa. They are fine folks and welcome a visit!Buy it!
Johnny Cash “Don't think twice, it's alright” from Orange Blossom Special (Columbia Legacy) —Both of these covers of Bob Dylan tunes are from Johnny's 1964 Dylan-and-folk-music-inspired album Orange Blossom Special.Buy it!
Arkie Shibley & His Mountain Dew Boys “Hot Rod Race” from We're Gonna Rock We're Gonna Roll (Proper Records) —"Hot rod Lincoln" was first recorded by Charlie Ryan and was an "answer song" to Arkie Shibley's "Hot rod race".Buy it!
The Statlers “There is power in the blood” from Radio Gospel Favorites (Polygram Records) —I'm not ordinarily a fan of the Statlers, but when they want to cut loose with some footstompin' Gospel, they know exactly what they're doing!Buy it!
Jerry Lee Lewis with Merle Haggard and James Burton “Swinging Doors” from Mean Old Man (Shangi La/Verve Forecast 2010) —This is Jerry Lee's 2010 CD, where a whole gob of guest musicians appear!Buy it!