88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Feel Like Going Home (Music)

Prodigal songs, wayward grooves, lyrical detours, soul folk in action - that's Feel Like Going Home, with Roy Kasten, three hours of indie rock, errant twang, dusty blues and acoustic-electric ballads.

Wed Aug 1st 2018 7.00am–10.00am

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

Time zone: central

7:02am

Gil Scott-Heron “I'm New Here” CD Album (XL 2010)

7:05am

Josh Ritter “Change of Time”
from So Runs the World Away CD Album (Pytheas Recordings 2010)

7:09am

Sarah Jaffe “Clementine”
from Suburban Nature (Kirtland Records 2010)

7:14am

Eddie Hinton “Hymn For Lonely Hearts”
from The Anthology 1969-1993: A Mighty Field of Vision (Raven 2005)

7:22am

Kevin Gordon “Saint On A Chain”
from Tilt and Shine (Kevin Gordon 2018)

7:27am

Neko Case “Oracle Of The Maritimes”
from Hell-On (Anti- www.anti.com 2018)

7:32am

Big Star “For You”
from Third/Sister Lovers (Ryko 1975) —The rare Jody Stephens sung and written tune, with strings by Carl Marsh.

7:34am

Courtney Barnett “Help Your Self”
from Tell Me How You Really Feel (Mom+Pop 2018)

7:41am

Hater “It's So Easy”
from Siesta (2018)

7:45am

Natalie Prass “Ain't Nobody”
from The Future And The Past (ATO www.atorecords.com 2018)

7:50am

Jens Lekman “Wedding In Finistère”
from Life Will See You Now (Secretly Canadian 2017)

7:53am

Lake Street Dive “Doesn't Even Matter Now”
from Free Yourself Up (Nonesuch 2018)

8:04am

Bob Dylan “Can't Wait”
from Time Out of Mind CD Album (Columbia 1997)

8:09am

Mavis Staples “Your Good Fortune” (Anti 2015)

8:14am

The Blind Boys of Alabama “How I Got Over (Featuring Marva Wright)”
from Down in New Orleans (Time-Life Music 2008)

8:17am

Bettye Swann “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye”
from Bettye Swann (Astralwerks 2004) —written by John D. Loudermilk.

8:22am

Shakey Graves “Mansion Door”
from Can't Wake Up (Dualtone Music Group, Inc. 2018)

8:27am

The Buttertones “Darling, I Need Time But Don't Really Know Why”
from Midnight in a Moonless Dream (Innovative Leisure www.innovativeleisure.net 2018)

8:31am

Brighton Ma “Your Sweet Time”
from Amateur Lovers (2008)

8:34am

Wussy “Gloria”
from What Heaven is Like (Damnably 2018)

8:42am

Dawes “Never Gonna Say Goodbye”
from Passwords (HUB Records 2018)

8:43am

Kacey Musgraves “Happy & Sad”
from Golden Hour (MCA NASHVILLE 2018)

8:47am

Davis Kathriner “Same For You”
from Losing Habits (Amano 2018) L —Featuring Lauren Balthrop

8:51am

Kelly Willis “What the Heart Doesn't Know”
from Back Being Blue (Thirty Tigers 2018)

8:55am

Jimmy LaFave “Promised Land”
from Peace Town (Music Road 2018) N

9:03am

Old 97's “I Don't Wanna Die In This Town”
from Graveyard Whistling (ATO www.atorecords.com 2017) —Thurs 8/2 Open Highway Music Festival: Old 97’s – Off Broadway

9:05am

Ha Ha Tonka “Arkansas”
from Heart Shaped Mountain (Bloodshot Records www.bloodshotrecords.com 2017) —Sat 8/4 Open Highway Music Festival: Ha Ha Tonka – Off Broadway

9:09am

Rayland Baxter “The Mountain Song”
from Feathers and Fish Hooks (ATO Records 2012) —Fri 8/3 Rayland Baxter – Delmar Hall

9:14am

Kieran Kane “Eight More Miles”
from Dead Reckoning (Dead Reckoning 1995) —Sat 10/20 KIERAN KANE RAYNA GELLERT at the Stage

9:19am

Rosanne Cash “The Walking Wounded”
from Johnny Cash: Forever Words (Legacy 2018)

9:28am

The Wilhelms “Meet Me On The South Side”
from Contortionist Blues (Perdition 2018) L

9:32am

Bob Reuter “Riders on a Train”
from Texas on the Southside (Perdition 2000)

9:35am

Craig Finn “Rescue Blues”
from We All Want the Same Things (Partisan 2017)

9:39am

Chuck Prophet “Jesus Was A Social Drinker”
from Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins (Yep Roc 2017) —Tue 8/21 Chuck Prophet and the Mission Express – Off Broadway

9:44am

Kim Richey “Pin a Rose”
from Edgeland (Yep Roc Records www.yeproc.com 2018) —Fri 8/3 Kim Richey – Duck Room

9:49am

Matthew Ryan “We Are Libertines”
from Boxers (self released 2014) —Thurs 8/23 Matthew Ryan – Off Broadway

9:54am

Alison Krauss “It's Goodbye And So Long To You”
from Windy City (CAPITOL 2017) —A Tex Mex version of a tune first recorded by Mac Wiseman and the Osborne Brothers.


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