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Third Coast Music Sunday (Music)

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Roots music radio since 1990.

Sun Feb 8th 2015 4.00pm–8.00pm

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

4:01pm

Doug Sahm “Beautiful Texas Sunshine”
from The Return of Wayne Douglas (Tornado Records 2000)

4:07pm

West Side Horns “Mercy, Mercy, mercy”
from San Quilmas CD Album (Dialtone Records 2002)

4:07pm

GERONIMO TREVINO III “I Luv Me Trucka”
from Live at Kendalia Hall

4:09pm

Randy Garibay “Lindo San Anto”
from Invisible Society (2001) L

4:17pm

Los #3 Dinners “Down by the Alamo”
from Can't Stop... Gotta Rock! CD Album (indie 2003) R L

4:17pm

Los #3 Dinners “Drive Thru Girl”
from Loud CD Album (indie)

4:21pm

Texas Tornados “Marina/Laredo Rose”
from Live from the Limo Vol. 1 CD Album (Virgin 1999)

4:36pm

Flaco Jimenez with Stephen Stills “Change Parthers”
from Partners

4:36pm

Glenn Allan and Kim Mackenzie “Adios Corazon”
from Paradise Texas (Al & Mo's Records 2004) L

4:53pm

Big Jim Mills “Long Black Veil”
from Honkytonkology

4:53pm

Niko Laven “Shame On You”
from You're Gonna Answer CD Album (indie 2014) L

4:55pm

Flaco Jimenez “The Girls from Texas (feat. Ry Cooder)”
from Partners (Warner Bros./Nashville 1992)

5:06pm

Ruben V “Sho-Nuff”
from True Single (self released 2014) L

5:06pm

The Swindels “H.E.B.”
from Drunk For Your Amusement

5:07pm

Steve Earle & The Dukes “You're the Best Lover That I Ever Had”
from Terraplane (New West 2015)

5:14pm

Steve Earle & The Dukes “Baby Baby Baby (Baby)”
from Terraplane (New West 2015)

5:17pm

Jerry Lee Lewis “PROMISED LAND (w/Doyle Bramhall II)”
from Rock & Roll Time CD Album (Vanguard 2014)

5:23pm

Flaco Jimenez “Across the Borderline (feat. John Hiatt)”
from Partners (Warner Bros./Nashville 1992)

5:32pm

The Blazers “Somebody Please”
from JUST FOR YOU (New Rounder 1997)

5:35pm

Shemekia Copeland “Somebody Else's Jesus”
from 33 1/3 CD Album (Universal Music Group International 2012)

5:37pm

Paul Thorn “Don't Let Nobody Rob You of Your Joy”
from Too Blessed To Be Stressed (Perpetual Obscurity Records 2014)

5:44pm

Mike Ryan Coyotes “Under The Influence”
from The Fury (Mike Ryan Coyotes 2013)

5:52pm

LITTLE WILLIES “Fist City”
from FOR THE GOOD TIMES

5:53pm

Doug Sahm “Poison Love”
from The Best of Doug Sahm and Friends (Rhino 1992)

6:02pm

Bob Corritore “Fabuloco (For Kid) [feat. Junior Watson & Fred Kaplan]”
from Taboo (Delta Groove 2014)

6:12pm

Red Molly “1952 Vincent Black Lightening”
from The Red Album (Red Molly 2014)

6:19pm

Los Lobos “Midnight Shift”
from Not Fade Away (Remembering Buddy Holly)

6:21pm

Eric Hisaw “The Middle”
from Nature of the Blues (Saustex Media 2008)

6:24pm

Flaco Jimenez “Carmelita (feat. Dwight Yoakam)”
from Partners (Warner Bros./Nashville 1992)

6:28pm

Arty Hill “Drunk Down By First Baptist”
from Heart On My Dirty Sleeve (Arty Hill 2014)

6:43pm

New Mystery Girl “Twist City” (Chrissy Flatt 2010)

6:44pm

Marty Stuart & Steve Earle “Crying, Waiting, Hoping”
from Not Fade Away

6:55pm

Solomon Burke “None of Us Are Free”
from Don't Give Up On Me CD Album (Anti/Epitaph 2002)

6:56pm

Malcolm Holcolmbe “Pitiful Blues”
from pitiful blues

6:59pm

Texas Tornados “To Ramona/A Mover El Bote”
from Hangin' On By a Thread (Warner Bros./Nashville 1992)

7:12pm

Gretchen Peters “Black Ribbons”
from Blackbirds (Scarlet Letter 2015)

7:18pm

Levon Helm “Take Me to the River”
from the midnight ramble sessions vol 3 (Vanguard Records)

7:18pm

Dave Alvin “Blackjack David” (Hightone Records 1998)

7:26pm

Flaco Jimenez “Me Esta Matando (Plegaria Vallenata)”
from Partners (Warner Bros./Nashville 1992)

7:28pm

Keb Mo “Move”
from Bluesamericana (Kind of Blue Music 2014)

7:34pm

The 24th Street Wailers “Where you Been?”
from WICKED (self released 2014)

7:37pm

Rachel Laven “Second Chances”
from Unwind CD Album (Rachel Laven 2012)

7:41pm

Flaco Jimenez “El Puente Roto”
from Partners (Warner Bros./Nashville 1992)

7:54pm

Flaco Jimenez & Max Baca “Ay te guacho cucaracho (See You Later, Alligator)”
from Flaco & Max: Legends & Legacies (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 2014)


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