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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Oct 29th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Oct 29th 2010 7.00am–10.00am

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

Time zone: central


Marion Brown “Porto Novo” (Arista/Freedom 1975) —The extraordinary avant-garde saxophonist passed away passed away a week and a half ago - this was one of his signature pieces.


Jefferson Airplane “And I Like It”
from Live at the Fillmore Auditorium 10/15/66 Late Show - Signe's Farewell (Collector's Choice Music Live 2010) N  —Four count 'em four new CDs have appeared documenting Jefferson Airplane concerts - I have jjust always loved these guys, and now I have more to love.


Big Brother & The Holding Company “Easy Rider”
from Live at Winterland 1968 (Columbia 1998) —A wacky little number featuring, I'm guessing James Gurley w/Janis Joplin.


Moby Grape “Bitter Wind”
from Historic Live Moby Grape Performances 1966-1969 (Sundazed 2010) N  —A brief but enjoyable number.


Bob Dylan “I Shall Be Free”
from The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964 (The Bootleg Series Vol. 9) (Columbia 2010) N  —She's a humdinger / Folksinger. Oh, that Bob.


Jill Sobule “Jetpack”
from Underdog Victorious (Artemis 2004) —One of my fave songs of the past 10 years - just a pure delight of sweetness.


Punch Brothers “Missy”
from Antifogmatic (Nonesuch 2010) N  —These guys are gonna be at the Old Rock House in December - seems pretty much like a show one can't miss.


Aimee Mann “Real Bad News”
from Lost In Space (Superego 2002) —I was reminded of this song while perusing the columns writtenby Scott Miller of Game Theory/Loud Family fame over at his website. Google loudfamily, you'll find it.


Crowded House “Even If”
from Intriguer CD Album (Fantasy 2010) N  —One of my fave albums this year - it just sounds better and better every time I play it.


Mavis Staples “Wrote a Song For Everyone”
from You Are Not Alone (Anti 2010) N  —Powerful take on the CCR classic.


Flying Burrito Brothers “Wheels”
from Gilded Palace of Sin (A&M 1970) —I heard an absolutely incompetent cover of this on some indie-rock record the other day - needed to hear the original to remember its glory.


from The Best of Gregory Isaacs: One Man Against the World (VP 1996) —The Cool Ruler passed away the other day - a major loss of a major vocalist.


from The Best of Gregory Isaacs: One Man Against the World (VP 1996) —As deep a groove as there ever was - perfect vocal, perfect rhyythm.


Temptations “Shakey Ground”
from Ultimate Collection (Motown 1997) —So I just noticed this classic was co-written by Eddie Hazel, presumably the Funkadelic guitarist. Anybody know anything about that?


The Bar-Kays “Holy Ghost”
from Greatest Hits (K-Tel 1998) —One of the all-time cowbell funk jams.


The Tremeloes “Here Comes My Baby”
from British Are Coming (Sanctuary 2003) —A cowbell party classic.


The Pretty Things “She's a Lover”
from Parachute (snapper 1970) —This was the follow-up to their more generally acclaimed SF Sorrow, but it's pretty cool, too.


Elvis Costello “National Ransom” (Hear Music 2010) N  —The album hits the stores on Tuesday - it's 16 songs, 64 minutes, a whole lot of styles, and pretty much all great.


Richard Thompson “Haul Me Up”
from Dream Attic (Shout Factory www.shoutfactory.com 2010) N  —Richard rocks!


Bryan Ferry “Song to the Siren”
from Olympia (Virgin 2010) N  —A deliciously intoxicating cover of the Tim Buckley song.


Neil Young “Someone's Gonna Rescue You”
from Le Noise (Reprise 2010) N  —Continuing the AARP corner this morning - so many really good releases from what you could call your "heritage artists."


Buddy Guy “74 Years Young”
from Living Proof (Jive Records 2010) N  —Excuse me, I'm scraping my jaw off the floor after this one.


Lucky Peterson “Statesboro Blues”
from You Can Always Turn Around (sppf 2010) N  —My review of this album: http://blues.about.com/od/cddvdreview1/fr/Lucky-Peterson-You-Can-Always-Turn-Around-2010.htm


Billie Holiday “Georgia On My Mind”
from Lady Day & Prez 1937-1941 (Giants of Jazz 1992) —An incandescent version of a song we've heard a zillion times.


The Clovers “One Mint Julep”
from Very Best of the Clovers (Rhino 1998) —It just popped into my head the other day - had to hear it.


King Perry & His Pied Pipers “I Wonder Who's Boogin' My Woogie”
from Specialty Legends of Jump Blues Volume One (Specialty Records 1994) —This is an eternal question, isn't it?


Kermit Ruffins “Happy Talk” (Basin Street 2010) N  —Word is he never leaves the Treme area, and he really just barbecues, smokes weed, and performs in that club just like on TV. But he does put out good records.


Tom Jones “Did Trouble Me”
from Praise & Blame (Lost Highway www.losthighwayrecords.com 2010) N  —For pure singing genius, you can't get much better than this new gospel record from Mr. Jones.


Billy Preston “Do What You Want”
from That's The Way God Planned It (Apple 1969) N  —Two of the most exciting reissues in the whole Apple line that just came out are by Billy Preston. I could probably have written that sentence better.


Karate Bikini “Spoken Like a True Sunday Night”
from A Demonstration (ep) (self-released 2010) N L —A trippy and beautiful song.


Fantasy Four “Your Mirrors Must Be Mad”
from Getting Fantastic With (Pancake Productions - 2010) N  —This great but short-lived St. Louis band recorded a whole albums' worth of material in 2002, and it's just now seeing the light of day. This was always their concert highlight.


Badfinger “Baby Blue”
from Straight Up (Apple 1971) N  —Love this.


Buffalo Springfield “Rock and Roll Woman”
from Buffalo Springfield Again (ATCO 1967) —Have you seen the videos floating around of the Stills/Young/Furay reunion? These old guys still got it.


The Monkees “What Am I Doing Hangin' Round?”
from Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones (Arista 1967) —And Mike Nesmith said to himself, you know I could prbably write country songs like this.


Meterial Issue “Very First Lie”
from International Pop Overthrow (Mercury 1991) —For whatever reason, I only knew the hits by these guys, but this song jumped out at me when I heard it at work the other day.


Elton John & Leon Russell “Jimmie Rodgers' Dream”
from The Union (Mercury 2010) N  —It's not earth-shattering, but it's awfully nice, and I'll take that from any record.

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