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Spinitron - KDHX: Mystery Train Mon Feb 20th 2012

Mystery Train (Music)

Mon Feb 20th 2012 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

10:00am

John Zorn “Fyodor And Annabel”
from Filmworks XXIV - The Nobel Prize Winner (Tzadik 2010) —background music for the first half of today's show - featuring Rob Burger on piano

10:02am

Jay Farrar, Will Johnson, Anders Parker & Yim Yames “Fly High”
from New Multitudes (Rounder 2012) N  —words by Woody Guthrie sung by Anders Parker

10:06am

Ani DiFranco “Which Side Are You On?” (Righteous Babe 2012) N  —featuring The Roots of Music Marching Crusaders and Pete Seeger

10:12am

Phil Ochs “One More Parade”
from There But for Fortune (Ekektra 1989)

10:18am

Leonard Cohen “Crazy To Love You”
from Old Ideas (Columbia 2012) N

10:21am

The Handsome Family “Weightless Again”
from Live At KDHX (June, 2004) (KDHX 2004) —playing two sets this Friday, February 24 at the Saint Louis Art Museum

10:24am

Anna Vogelzang “So Long”
from Canary In A Coal Mine (self-released 2011) N  —playing this Sunday, February 26 at Plush with Beth Bombara and Ellen Herget

10:27am

Robert Sarazin Blake “Tiger Woods Boom Boom”
from Put It All Down In A Letter (Same Room 2011) —playing this Wednesday, February 22 at the Urban Chestnut Brewery with Nick Becherer

10:35am

Lonnie Johnson “Drifting Along Blues”
from Complete Recorded Works 1937-1947 - Volume 3 (RST Records / Blues Documents) —originally released in 1946

10:39am

Emmylou Harris “Evangeline” (Warner Bros. 1981) —written by Robbie Robertson

10:42am

Howe Gelb “But I Did Not”
from 'Sno Angel Like You (Thrill Jockey www.thrilljockey.com 2006)

10:48am

Limpopo “When My Dear Mother Was Seeing Me Off To The Army”
from Give Us A Break (Folk'n'Roll Records 1995) —aka "The Red Elvises" who will be playing at Plush on May 18

10:52am

Los Tigres Del Norte “Por Debajo Del Agua”
from Jefe De Jefes (Fonovisa 1997)

10:55am

Andres Landero y su Conjunto “Cumbia En La India”
from A Orillas Del Magdalena (Domino Sound 2009) —music from Colombia

11:02am

John Zorn “Door To Door”
from Filmworks XXIV - The Nobel Prize Winner (Tzadik 2010) —background music for the second half of today's show

11:04am

Middle Class Fashion “Powder Blue”
from Girl Talk (Blip Blap! 2012) N L

11:07am

Water Liars “Whoa Back”
from Phantom Limb (Misra 2011) N L —featuring Justin Kinkel-Schuster of Theodore and Andrew Bryant - Water Liars' CD Release show is this Friday, Feburary 24 at Off Broadway

11:10am

Ian Walsh and Kevin Buckley “The Golden Eagle, The Blackbird”
from Keeping It Reel (Mountain Rose www.buckleyandwalsh.com 2011) L —playing tonight and each Monday evening at McGurk's Pub

11:13am

Paul Hatfield “Small Coals For Nailers”
from Best Of "Catgut" (self-released 2011) N

11:20am

The Phantom Family Halo “The Fall Out”
from When I Fall Out (Knitting Factory Records 2012) N

11:24am

Zola Jesus “Smirenye”
from The Spoils (Sacred Bones 2009) —playing this Thursday, Feburary 23 at The Luminary Center For The Arts

11:27am

Sundaram Balachander “Dayapayonidhe, Pt. 2”
from Excavated Shellac: Strings (Parlortone 2011) N  —music from India, originally released on a 78 rpm record

11:32am

Vidwan Rajamanikkam “Inthakannananda”
from The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. III (Yazoo 1995) —more music from India

11:35am

Mission of Burma “Fame And Fortune”
from Signals, Calls, and Marches (Ace Of Hearts / Rykodisc 1981) —originally released in 1981 - playing at The Firebird on April 4

11:38am

Pontiak “Lions Of Least”
from Echo Ono (Thrill Jockey www.thrilljockey.com 2012) N

11:40am

Valkyrie “Sunlight Shines”
from Valkyrie (Kreation Records 2007)

11:49am

The Handsome Family “Bottomless Hole”
from Live At KDHX (June, 2004) (KDHX 2004)

11:52am

Phil Ochs “Too Many Martyrs”
from There But for Fortune (Ekektra 1989) —originally released in 1964 - there will be a Phil Ochs Tribute show taking place next Friday, March 2 at Off Broadway

11:54am

Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris “Wildflowers”
from Trio (Warner Bros Records 1987) —Irene Allen, Jen Roques and Maureen Sullivan will cover the "Trio" album this Thursday, Feburary 23 at Pop's Blue Moon


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