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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat May 28th 2011

The Back Country (Music)

Sat May 28th 2011 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


Flatt & Scruggs “Martha White theme”
from Martha White Bluegrass Reunion (EMI Capitol Music) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in today for Jeff Corbin. Happy Anniversary to Jeff and Maggie!


Roy Acuff “Fire Ball Mail”
from Country & Western (Membran/Documents 2008) —Here's a three song set of tunes all about steam powered locomotives.


Rhonda Vincent and the Rage “Kentucky Borderline”
from Ragin Live' CD Album (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com 2005) L


Ray Charles “America The Beautiful”
from Ray Charles Sings For America (Rhino Records) —Since this is Memorial Day weekend, here are two cuts from Ray Charles which I think are fitting.


Ray Charles “God bless America again”
from Ray Charles Sings For America (Rhino Records)


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!


Slim and Zella Mae Cox “I'm gonna wake up in glory some day”
from One Day At A Time and The Old Country Church (self-release) L


The Grateful Dead “You win again”
from Europe '72 (Warner Brothers 1972) —The Dead do Hank!


The Grateful Dead “Mama Tried”
from Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 1971) —The Dead do Merle!


Hank Williams “Ramblin' Man”
from 20 Greatest Hits (Mercury Records) —Hank does Hank!


Merle Haggard “(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers”
from Golden Classics (Twin Pack Music 1998) —Merle does Merle!


Johnny Cash “Don't think twice, it's alright”
from Orange Blossom Special (Columbia) —Both of these covers of Bob Dylan tunes are from Johnny's 1964 Dylan-and-folk-music-inspired album Orange Blossom Special.


Johnny Cash “It ain't me babe”
from Orange Blossom Special (Columbia)


Bob Wills “Cadillac In Model "A"”
from Rock N Roll (Documents) —Here's a set of four hillbilly hotrod tunes!


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".


T. Texas Tyler “Hot rod rag”
from Rock 'n' Roll (Documents)


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!


The Statler Brothers “I'll fly away”
from Today's Gospel Favorites (Mercury 1993)


Nitty Gritty Dirt Band “Stars And Stripes Forever”
from Stars & Stripes Forever (United Artists 1974)


Nitty Gritty Dirt Band “Battle Of New Orleans”
from Stars & Stripes Forever (United Artists 1974)


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!


The Happy Goodmans “When God's Chariot Comes”
from Always (Spring Hill Music)

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