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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Sep 10th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Sep 10th 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


Rolling Stones “Let It Loose”
from Exile On Main Street Expanded Edition (Rolling Stone Records 2011) N  —Well, that's a good way to wake yourself up in the morning - easing into the grind with a Stones ballad.


Billy Nichols “Would You Believe” (SEQUEL 1968) —Thanks to Geoff Kessell for introducing me on Facebook to this gem featuring Steve Marriott and the Small Faces


Electric Light Orchestra “Roll Over Beethoven”
from ELO II (Sony 2006) —RIP Mike Edwards, who played cello with ELO for years and who passed away a few days ago in a farm accident - police identified him through Youtube videos of the band. Welcome to the modern world.


The Clash “I Fought the Law”
from The Singles (Epic 1991) —I remember eagerly anticipating the release of "The Cost of Living EP" and being flabbergasted to hear this version of this classic for the first time.


The Chills “Heavenly Pop Hit”
from Submarine Bells (Slash 1990) —I never loved this New Zealand group the way some people I knew did, but I worship the heck out of this masterpiece of perfection - the song title says it all.


David Bowie “Word on a Wing”
from Station to Station Deluxe Edition (Virgin 2010) N  —I'm wondering which catalog has been reissued the most - Bowie's or Elvis Costello's?


Barry White “I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby”
from Gold (Universal 2008) —The funkiest harpsichord I know - oh, what a groove.


James Brown “(Get Up I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine”
from Love Power Peace (Poly Gram Records 1992) —One of the greatest live albums of all time, featuring the band that would soon leave him to join Funkadelic.


The People Star “Onwu Dinjo”
from Nigeria Special: Volume 2 Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds & Nigerian Blues 1970-6 (Soundway 2010) N  —Gorgeous 1976 sweet Nigerian cut - once upon a time I would have been better versed in naming the style.


Joe Henry “All Blues Hail Mary”
from Blood from Stars (Anti 2009) —From the mountain comes a soul and the stones grow up like trees.


Jorma Kaukonen “Been So Long”
from River of Time (Red House www.redhouserecords.com 2009) R  —Larry Campbell plays a very nice mandolin on this one, and Jorma is, of course, terrific.


Heart “Wheels”
from Red Velvet Car (Eagle 2010) N  —This is the second song I've heard from this, and I really dig it - I love the way Ann Wilson's voice has grown.


Richard Thompson “Stumble On”
from Dream Attic (Shout Factory www.shoutfactory.com 2010) N  —A beautiful, sad song with especially gorgeous violin from Joel Zifkin.


Radiohead “Electioneering”
from OK Computer (CAPITOL 1997) —Talk about cowbell! I'd forgotten how richly the noble percussion instrument contributes on this song.


Ray Parker, Jr. “The Other Woman” (Arista 1982) —A year later, he sang :"Ghostbusters" and his career was over, but I always loved this cowbell-laden gem.


Wizzard “You Can Dance the Rock 'n' Roll”
from Wizzard Brew (EMI 1973) —Bonus cowbell track - hey I could have picked the 13 minute "Meet Me at the Jailhouse."


Lou Reed “Endlessly Jealous”
from New Sensations (RCA 1984) —I haven't heard this in so long - I still love this song.


Neil Young “Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues”
from Bob Dylan: The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (Columbia 1993) —Neil Young backed by Booker T and the MG's - very cool.


Alejandro Escovedo “After the Meteor Showers”
from Street Songs of Love CD Album (Fantasy 2009) N  —You can the blame the stars, you can blame the wind, you can blame the meteor showers, the original sin.


Katy Moffatt “Slow Movin' Freight Train”
from Hearts Gone Wild (Watermelon 1994) —She'll be at the Sheldon Sunday night for the Larry Weir tribute concert - Larry deeply loved the music of Katy Moffatt.


Terry Allen “The Girl Who Danced Oklahoma”
from Lubbock (On Everything) (Fate Records/Sugar Hill Records 1991) —From Larry's favorite album of all time - and another artist who will make a rare St. Louis appearance for this conert Sunday.


Joe Ely “All Just to Get to You”
from Letter to Laredo (MCA 1995) —Joe Ely isn't coming, but as long as I was in the Songwriters Showcase mood, I figured I'd add this gem from one of Larry's faves and mine (with Springsteen on backing vocals).


Karate Bikini “I'm Falling Down”
from A Demonstration (ep) (self-released 2010) N L —Nice to find this 4-cut EP sitting in my box at the station this morning - maybe this means they're finally selling something?


Tight Pants Syndrome “I Shop For Sugar”
from Fully Attractive CD Album (Blip Blap! 2010) N L —Have I mentioned how much I love this new release from these St. Louis popsters?


The Beau Brummels “Still In Love With You Baby”
from Introducing the Beau Brummels (Autumn 1965) —A ockin' little harpsichord number.


Bobby Fuller Four “Another Sad and Lonely Night”
from Never to Be Forgotten: The Mustang Years (Del-Fi 1997) —So many great melodies came from this band.


The Band “Bessie Smith”
from The Basement Tapes (Columbia 1975) —Practically at the beginning of the classic Band sound right here.


Bessie Smith “Careless Love Blues”
from The Essential Bessie Smith (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1997) —Not the Bessie Smith the Band were singing about, but you can't tell me her spirit wasn't somehow involved.


Les Copeland “Anna Lee”
from Don't Let the Devil In (Earwig 2010) N  —Copeland and Honeyboy Edwards have a blast playing together on this one.


Nick Lowe “Shting-Schtang”
from Quiet Please: The New Best of Nick Lowe (Yep Roc 2009) —One of them songs you can't get enough of.


Tom Jones “Burning Hell”
from Praise and Blame (Lost Highway www.losthighwayrecords.com 2010) N  —What a rockin' examination of one man's existential crisis.


Los Lobos “Burn It Down”
from Tin Can Trust CD Album (Shout! Factory 2010) N  —I get lost inside this song every time I hear it - one of Los Lobos' best.


The Picketts “Walking on Thin Ice”
from The Wicked Picketts (Rounder www.rounder.com 1995) —Featuring the amazing vocals of Christy McWilson.


Richard Barone “Girl”
from Glow (Bar/None 2010) N  —It's always exciting to hear new music from this often overlooked songwriter (formerly of the slightly less but mostly overlooked Bongos).


Carole King “Sweet Seasons”
from The Essential Carole King (EPIC/LEGACY 2010) N  —Oh how I loved this song back in my middle teen years.


Rosanne Cash “I Don't Want to Spoil the Party”
from Hits 1979-1989 (CBS 1989) —Here's what I know. I was in a band (60 Hz Hm) with a female singer - we did a country-flavored take on the Beatles "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party." We saw Rosanne Cash play around 1988, while the band was still together. The next year, she recorded it.

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