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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Sep 22nd 2010

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Sep 22nd 2010 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


Lou Rawls “Dead End Street”
from Soul Cargo, Vol. 2: The Early Years of Groove & Popcorn Music Back In 1966 v/a (Bar) —Thanks Roy. Not a cover song but a good transition. I was about 3 minutes late today and Roy helped me out.


Free Dirt “Thirteen”
from The Last Sip (self-released 2004) L —Local bands pay tribute to Alex Chilton/Big Star tribute at Off Broadway Fri 9/24/10. http://www.kdhx.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=27482&Itemid=345


Marianne Faithfull “Nobody's Fault”
from Kissin Time (Virgin 2003) —All covers today. Written by Beck.


Blind Idiot God “More Time”
from Blind Idiot God (SST 1987) L —A tune by the Meters. First hour music bed by former St. Louis band.


Gnarls Barkely “Gone Daddy Gone”
from St Elsewhere (Downtown 2006) —Violent Femmes cover.


Tight Pants Syndrome “Jet [Bonus Track]”
from Don't Panic (Blip Blap! 2010) N L —Paul McCartney cover. CD release of FULLY ATTRACTIVE comes with bonus ep DON'T PANIC. Sat Oct 2. Off Broadway.


Kirsty Maccoll “A New England”
from The Stiff Years (Stiff 2005) —Billy Bragg song.


Susan Cadogan “Fever”
from Trojan Lovers Box Set (Tojan Records www.trojan-records.com 1999) —1976. Written by Eddie Coolie & John Davenport. Probably Peggy Lee's version is the best known.


Klaus Nomi “You Don't Own Me”
from Klaus Nomi (RCA 1981) —John Madera & Dave White Tricker wrote this one. Leslie Gore made it most famously.


Les Thugs “Moon Over Marin”
from Virus 100 (Alternative Tentacles www.alternativetentacles.com 1995) —Dead Kennedy's song from a Dead Kennedy's tribute record.


The Dream Syndicate “Cinnamon Girl”
from Out of the Grey (Normal Records www.normal-records.com 1986) —Neil Young song for my birthday gal Betsy.


Magnolia Summer “Around and Around”
from Brown Eyed Handsome Man: St. Louis Salutes The Father Of Rock 'N' Roll (Undertow 2004) L —Chuck Berry tribute album benefiting KDHX.


Devo “Are You Experienced”
from Pioneers Who Got Scalped: The Anthology (Rhino 2000) —1984. Jimi Hendrix song.


Jimi Hendrix “Hey Joe”
from Are You Experienced? (MCA 1967) —Written by William M. Roberts performed by many.


NoMeansNo “Manic Depression”
from Sex Mad/You Kill Me (Alternative Tentacles www.alternativetentacles.com 1991) —1985. Jimi Hendrix song. NoMeansNo Oct 14 @ The Firebird.


Martha Wainwright “See Emily Play”
from I Know You're Married But I've Got Feelings Too (Drowned In Sound 2008) —Pink Floyd Song. Written by Syd Barrett


Hawkwind “Long Gone”
from Mojo Presents: The Madcap Laughs Again (Mojo Magazine www.mojo4music.com 2010) —Another Syd Barrett song.


The Fall “Victoria”
from 458489 A-Sides (Beggars Banquet 1987) —A Kinks song written by Ray Davies. Whoa CD meltdown.


Jonathan Richman “Stop Your Sobbing”
from This Is Where I Belong - The Songs of Ray Davies & The Kinks (Ryko/Rhino 2002) —Another Kinks song.


Pilot Scott Tracy “Master Jack”
from Any City (Alternative Tentacles www.alternativetentacles.com 2005) —Four Jacks And A Jill. Written by David Markantonatos.


Lothar & Mathew “Rags, Bones and Pies”
from More Bricks In The Youth v/a (Gurdulu.org gurdulu.org 2009) —Second Hour Music Bed. NoMeansNo cover.


Tom Heinl “I Love”
from With Me or Without Me (Leisure King Records www.leisurekingrecords.com 2003) —Tom T. Hall song with new lyrics.


Bottle Rockets “Lawd I'm Just a Country Boy In This Great Big Freaky City”
from Songs of Sahm (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2001) —Doug Sahm song on a a Doug Sahm tribute album all by Bottle Rockets.


NoMeansMock “The River”
from Throng CD Album (Gurdulu gurdulu.org 2009) —French NoMeansNo cover, done way different.


Stew “Broadway”
from The Sandinista! Project (00:02:59 LLC www.2minutes59.com 2007) —Clash song. Done way differrent.


The Dirtbombs “Chains of Love”
from Ulltraglide In Black (In The Red 2001) —A J.J. Barnes song.


The Forty-Fives “Daddy Rolling Stone”
from High Life High Volume (Yep Roc 2004) —Otis Blackwell song.


Hanson Brothers “Get It Right Back”
from My Game (Mint Records 2003) —Written by Vince Edwards & Pierre Tubbs. Made famous by Maxine Nightingale, more commonly called "Right Back Where We Started From".


The Jam “Move On Up”
from Live Jam (Polydor 1982) —Impressions cover, written by Curtis Mayfield.


Richard Hell & the Voidoids “Walking On The Water”
from Spurts: The Richard Hell Story (Rhino 2005) —CCR cover Written by Fogerty Brothers, John & Tom..


King Missile “Love You More”
from Mystical S**t / Fluting On the Hump (Shimmy Disc 1987) —Buzzcocks cover, written by Pete Shelley.

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