Friday, April 29, 2011

DIRTY ROOTS RADIO - April 28th Playlist

Tune in to Dirty Roots Radio every Thursday night from 8 to 10 p.m. (central) on WGRN 89.5 FM. Listen online from anywhere in the world at www.wgrn.net.

Johnny Cash - Five Feet High & Rising
Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser
Roy Orbison - Uptown
Mike Ness - Wildwood Flower
Tom Waits - Rains On Me
Rolling Stones - Shake Your Hips
Ray Charles - I Got A Woman (live)
Buddy Guy - Baby Please Don't Leave Me
Jack Nitzsche - The Last Race
Johnny Cash - The Mercy Seat
Robert Johnson - I Believe I'll Dust My Broom
The Nighwatchman - Union Town
Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Minstrel Boy
R.L. Burnside - See What My Buddy Done
Peter Case - Kokomo Prayer Vigil

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"One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain." - Bob Marley

Thursday, April 21, 2011

DIRTY ROOTS RADIO - April 21st Playlist

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Sir Douglas Quintet – Are Inlaws Really Outlaws
Tom Waits – Frank’s Wild Years
Sir Douglas Quintet – Mendocino
Iggy Pop – Lust for Life (Happy 64th birthday to Iggy Pop!)
Woody Guthrie – Pretty Boy Floyd
X – Your Phone’s Off the Hook, But You’re Not
Waylon Jennings – Lonesome, On’ry & Mean
Steve Earle – Home to Houston
Steve Earle – Waitin’ On the Sky
Iggy & the Stooges – Search & Destroy
X – The world’s a Mess; it’s In My Kiss
Snoop Dogg & Willie Nelson – Superman
Neil Young – Revolution Blues
Pearl Jam – Rearviewmirror
The Clash – Clash City Rockers
R.L. Burnside – Hard Time Killing Floor
Sir Douglas Quintet – I Wanna Be Your Mama Again
The Bottle Rockets – She’s About a Mover
Mavis Staples – You Are Not Alone

A BIG THANKS TO OUR SPECIAL GUEST TONIGHT:
Kinky Friedman
www.kinkyfriedman.com
Kinky will be appearing at Off Broadway in St. Louis on Friday, April 19th. For tickets or more info: www.OffBroadwaySTL.com

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"I always say, 'If you don't love Jesus, you can go to hell'". - Kinky Friedman on Dirty Roots Radio

Friday, April 15, 2011

DIRTY ROOTS RADIO - April 14th Playlist (Record Store Day Special)

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Little Richard – Get Rhythm
Roy Orbison – Lana
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – School Days
Loretta Lynn – Fist City (Happy 79th birthday today)
Rolling Stones – Shattered
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives – Big Foot
The Brothers Johnson – Strawberry Letter 23
Albert King – She Took the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride
Social Distortion – Sometimes I Do
Jimmy Dean – Big Bad John
T-Model Ford – Hi-Heel Sneakers
Bottle Rockets – Kit Kat Clock
The Mighty Walker Brothers – God Been Good to Me
Bob Reuter’s Alley Ghost – Skip James’ Grave
Ray Charles – What’d I Say (live)
The Cramps – Can’t Hardly Stand It
The Blues Brothers – Messin’ with the Kid
Pat Thomas – Woke Up This Morning
Tom Waits – Jitterbug Boy
Leonard Cohen – Dance Me to the End of Love (live)
Blind Boys of Alabama – Spirit in the Sky

VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR GUESTS TONIGHT:
Eric Levin with Record Store Day: www.RecordStoreDay.com
Papa Ray from Vintage Vinyl in St. Louis: www.VintageVinyl.com
Joe Schwab from Euclid Records in St. Louis: www.EuclidRecords.com
Jeff Konkel from Broke & Hungry Records: www.BrokeAndHungryRecords.com

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“I think it’s high time the mentors, big brothers, big sisters, parents, Guardians, and neighborhood ne’er do wells, start taking younger people That look up to them To a real record store and show them what an important part of life music really is. I trust no one who hasn’t time for music. What a shame to Leave a child, or worse, a generation orphaned from one of life’s great beauties. And to the record stores, artists, labels, dj’s, and journalists; we’re all in this together. Show respect for the tangible music that you’ve dedicated your careers and lives to, and help It from becoming nothing more than disposable digital data.” - Jack White

Thursday, April 7, 2011

DIRTY ROOTS RADIO - April 7th Playlist

Tune in to Dirty Roots Radio every Thursday night from 8 to 10 p.m. (central) on WGRN 89.5 FM. Listen online from anywhere in the world at www.wgrn.net.

Steve Earle - Transcendental Blues
James Brown - Get Up Offa That Thing
Solomon Burke - Cry To Me
Wanda Jackson - Nervous Breakdown
Eddie Cochran - Twenty Flight Rock
Muddy Waters - Crosseyed Cat
N.W.A. - Express Yourself
Nancy Sinatra - How Does That Grab You Darlin'
Merle Haggard - Branded Man (Happy 74th birthday to Merle Haggard, April 6th)
Merle Haggard - Cherokee Maiden
Merle Haggard - Honky Tonk Night Time Man
Tom Waits - Starving In The Belly Of A Whale
Tom Waits - Children's Story
The Rolling Stones - Heart Of Stone
Johnny Cash - Rock And Roll Ruby (Demo)
Johnny Cash - Five Minutes To Live
Steve Earle - Waitin' On The Sky
Texas Torndados - (Hey Baby) Que Paso
James Brown - King Heroin
Pearl Jam - Glorified G
Bottle Rockets - Hard Times
Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughn - Pride & Joy
Mike Ness - Six More Miles
Hank Williams - Lovesick Blues
The The - Honky Tonkin'
Me First & The Gimme Gimmes - I'm So Lonesome (I Could Cry)
Hank Williams - I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive
Social Distortion - Alone and Forsaken
Keith Richards - You Win Again
Cracker - Rainy Days And Mondays
The Clash - The Magnificent Seven w/Armagideon Time (Live)
R.L. Burnside - Old Black Mattie
Elvis Costello - 13 Steps Lead Down
Pearl Jam - nothingman

*Background Music: Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

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"I think we're going to have to forget about the radio and just go back to word of mouth." - Joe Strummer