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Spinitron - KDHX: The Back Country Sat Jun 11th 2011

The Back Country (Music)

Sat Jun 11th 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


The Texas Troubadors “Buddy's Boogie (intro)”
from Almost To Tulsa (Bear Family 2008)


The Carter Family “The Cannonball (Remastered)”
from Wildwood Flower: 25 Country Classics (ASV 2000) —From the Victor label in 1930.


Tim O'Brien “How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times as These”
from Always Lift Him Up (Proper 2007)


Gillian Welch “Annabelle”
from Revival (Acony 1996) —Going out to Annabelle down in Farmington.


The Hackberry Ramblers “Silver Star Stomp”
from Early Recordings, 1935-1950 (Arhoolie 2003) —Recorded in 1950, the Silver Star was the name of the club in Sulphur, LA where they played for 10 years.


The Hackberry Ramblers “Les Blues de Bosco”
from Deep Water (Hot Biscuits Recording Company 1997) —Long, tall Marcia Ball takes the vocal for a verse en Francais (or, en Cajun)..


Savoy-MIchot Cajun Band “Convict Two Step”
from L' autre bord de l'eau (Louis Michot 2004) —Louis Michot and Wilson Savoy are also part of the Lost Bayou Ramblers, who will play at the July Cajun dance at The Focal Point, July 6th to be precise.


Beausoleil avec Michael Doucet “Little Darlin'”
from Alligator Purse (Yep Roc 2009) —One written by Julie Miller.


Waylon Jennings and the Waylors “You Ask Me To”
from Waylon Live: The Expanded Edition (BMG 2003) —One of many Billy Joe Shaver songs Waylon recorded, and the late Ralph Mooney on pedal steel.


Waylon Jennings “Slow Movin' Outlaws”
from Wanted: The Outlaws, 20th Anniversary Edition (RCA 1996) —One of a number of bonus tracks on this anniversary edition of the first million-selling album in country music history.


Leon Payne “I Love You Because” (Bear Family 1999) —Recorded in 1950.


Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band “They'll Never Take His Love From Me”
from Blue Kentucky Girl (Warner 1979) —Another of Leon Payne's well-known compositions.


Cow Bop “San Antonio Rose”
from Too Hick for the Room (B4Man Music 2011) N


Asleep at the Wheel with Willie Nelson “Still Water Runs The Deepest”
from A Tribute to the Music of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys (Liberty 1993) —This one was written by Texas Playboy fiddle great Jesse Ashlock.


Hank Thompson And His Brazos Boys “The New Green Light”
from Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys (Bear Family 1996) —Recorded for Capitol in 1954.


Hot Club Of Cowtown “What's The Matter With The Mill”
from What Makes Bob Holler (Proper Records 2010) N


George Jones “Yabba Dabba Do (So Are You)”
from One Woman Man (Epic 1989) R  —When Elvis and Jim Beam get together the results aren't pretty.


Lyle Lovett “Give Me Back My Heart”
from Cowboy Man: Anthology Volume One CD Album (MCA NASHVILLE 2001) —Originally recorded on MCA in 1987.


Red Foley “Rockin' Chair Money”
from Hot Country Boogies (Rockateer 1999) —A RadiOzark transcription from 1955, rockin' chair money referred to the bonuses/mustering out pay of WWII vets.


Red Foley “Midnight”
from Tennessee Saturday Night CD Album (Proper 2002) —From the Decca label 60 years ago in 1951. Pat Boone was Red's son-in-law but we don't hold that against him.


Junior Brown “Guitar Man”
from Mixed Bag (Curb 2001) —One written by Jerry Reed.


Junior Brown “Long Walk Back to San Antone”
from Live At the Continental Club: The Austin Experience (Telarc Records 2005) —Jamieson “JUNIOR” BROWN was born on June 12, 1952 in Kirksville, IN and will be 59 years old tomorrow.


Charlie Feathers “Defrost Your Heart”
from Get With It: Essential Recordings (1954-1969) (Revenant 1998) —From the Sun label in 1955.


Merle Haggard “The Way It Was in '51”
from Down Every Road, Volume 3 (CAPITOL 1996) —A snapshot of life in America 60 years ago.


Tennessee Ernie Ford “Shotgun Boogie”
from Hey Good Lookin' (Memoir 2002) R  —Recorded for Capitol in 1955.


The Gordons “End of a Long Hard Day” (Reception 1997) R L


The Sam Bush Band “The Ballad of Stringbean and Estelle”
from Circles Around Me (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2009)


The Infamous Stringdusters “You Can't Stop the Changes”
from Things That Fly (Sugar Hill Records www.sugarhillrecords.com 2010) —THE INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS will be at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room on Thursday, June 24th for an 8PM show.


Alison Krauss and Union Station “Dust Bowl Children”
from Paper Airplane (Rounder www.rounder.com 2011) N  —A fine cover of a Peter Rowan classic.


Loretta Lynn “Honky Tonk Girl”
from The Loretta Lynn Collection, Volume 1 (MCA NASHVILLE 1994) —LORETTA LYNN’s “Honky Tonk Girl” debuted on the charts on June 13, 1960. It stayed there for nine weeks, peaking at #14

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