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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Sep 24th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Sep 24th 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

6:58am

Procol Harum “Shine On Brightly” (A&M 1968) —Everything comes together on this, keyboards, vocals, guitar - what a great band.

7:02am

Small Faces “Here Comes the Nice”
from Here Come the Small Faces (Atom 2004) —What is this nice bringing with him?

7:05am

Delaney & Bonnie & Friends “I Don't Want to Discuss It”
from On Tour With Eric Clapton (Atlantic 1970) —Last week I played this by Rod Stewart - I hadn't heard the Delaney & Bonnie version, but Tony C hepped me to it, and I like this one even more.

7:10am

Little Richard “I Don't Want to Discuss It”
from The Explosive Little Richard (Edsel 1967) —Then there's this version, which I also learned about from Tony C. Where would this show be without Facebook?

7:16am

Robin Rogers “Don't Walk Away Run”
from Back In the Fire (blind pig 2010) N  —An amazingly talented blues singer & harp player who has sadly been diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer.

7:22am

David Johansen “Frenchette”
from David Johansen (Razor & Tie 1978) —Let's just dance! I stole this idea from Bob Reuter, who posted an incredible live version he found on youtube. This album was one of the first I fell in love with in my nascent new wave days back in 78, with the radio barely picking up KWUR every weekend

7:29am

Richard Barone “1-2-3. . . Infinity”
from The Glow (Bar/None Records 2010) N  —1-2-3 . . . infinity and all the stuff in between. That's a lot of stuff. Brings me back to when I was 7 or 8, and some older kid was holding court on the subject of infinity.

7:34am

Tom Verlaine “Cry Mercy, Judge”
from Flash Light (Collectors Choice 1987) —First track on my fave post-Television solo record by one of America's greatest songwriters/guitarists.

7:39am

Psychedelic Furs “No Tears”
from Talk Talk Talk (Columbia 1981) —Thanks to Dominic Schaefer for putting this gem back in my head the other day. Still love the Furs.

7:43am

Ike Reilly “Girls in the Back Room”
from Hard Luck Stories (Rock Ridge www.rockridgemusic.com 2009) N  —The promise of a happy ending is all in the palm of their hands.

7:47am

Heart “There You Go”
from Red Velvet Car (Eagle 2010) N  —I'm not really sure that a velvet car is practical. But it makes for a good record.

7:50am

Robert Plant “The Only Sound That Matters”
from Band Of Joy (Rounder 2010) N  —What an astoundingly beautiful cut - I'm not familiar with this song, but I absolutely love it.

7:55am

Justin Townes Earle “Wanderin'”
from Harlem River Blues (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2010) N  —Sounds like one of those lost Woody Guthrie songs, but young Mr. Earle wrote it himself.

8:01am

Tim Easton “Hummingbird”
from Break Your Mother's Heart (New West www.newwestrecords.com 2003) —A lot of times I forget to play music from the last 10 years before the current one. This is such a great song to remember.

8:05am

Dave Alvin & Christy McWilson “Here in California”
from Live at KDHX Vol. 8 (KDHX 2010) N  —If you support us during the membership drive next week, you get one of these nifty live CDs w/lots of great artists.

8:11am

Leonard Cohen “That Don't Make It Junk”
from Songs From the Road (Columbia 2010) N  —I fought against the bottle but I had to do it drunk / Took my diamond to the pawn shop but that don't make it junk.

8:17am

Neil Young “Surfer Joe & Moe the Sleaze”
from Re-ac-tor (Reprise 1981) —More cowbell kicks off with this under-recognized gem from Neil Young.

8:21am

Humble Pie “The Fixer”
from Smokin' (A&M Records 1972) —Humble Pie probably belong in the cowbell hall of fame for devotion above & beyond the call of duty to that little clanger.

8:26am

The Byrds “You Got a Reputation”
from Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Legacy Edition) (Columbia / Legacy 2003) —A rare use of cowbell on a Byrds rarity.

8:29am

Janiva Magness “Slipped, Tripped & Fell in Love”
from The Devil is an Angel Too (Alligator 2010) N  —It was a great week for cowbell - every time I turned around I heard some more of it - this blues cut is chock full.

8:34am

Raul Malo “Sinners & Saints” (Fantasy www.concordmusicgroup.com/labels/fantasy 2010) N  —I like an album that opens with a great fanfare.

8:39am

El Guincho “FM Tan Sexy”
from Pop Negro (Young Turks 2010) N  —Spanish dj who mixes up some tasty grooves that sound like actual songs.

8:46am

Dungen “Vara Snabb”
from Skitt I Allt (Kemado www.kemado.com 2010) N  —Absolutely love this gorgeous jazzish instrumental that opens this album.

8:49am

Geri Allen “Four By Five”
from Geri Allen & Timeline Live (Motema Music 2010) N  —Thanks to Jen Eide for hepping me to this incredible new record from one of our greatest pianists.

8:54am

John Legend & The Roots “Hard Times”
from Wake Up! (G.O.O.D. Music/Columbia 2010) N  —You want funk? You want incredible soulful vocals in a variety of styles? You want some of the best r'n'b protest songs of the 70s reinterpreted? It's here!

9:03am

Roy Hargrove Quintet “Mr. Clean”
from Earfood (Universal International 2008) —I threw this album on the other day - I'd forgotten this funky little gem hidden in there - like an acoustic version of Bitches Brew.

9:09am

Lee Dorsey “You Better Tell Her”
from Funky As I Can Be! (Great American Music Company 2008) —Just a blast of a song.

9:11am

Mavis Staples “Don't Knock”
from You Are Not Alone (Anti www.anti.com 2010) N  —Opening the album with a classic Staples feel.

9:16am

JJ Grey & Mofro “The Sweetest Thing”
from Georgia Warhorse (Alligator 2010) N  —Papa Ray convinced me to check these guys out - very sweet & soulful. They'll be at Taste of St. Louis one week from tonight.

9:20am

Macy Gray “The Sellout” CD Album (Universal/Concord 2010) N  —A sweet song of longing and loss.

9:24am

Michael Franti & Spearhead “Hey hey Hey”
from The Sound of Sunshine (CAPITOL 2010) N  —My fave hippie!

9:29am

John Hiatt “Thank You Girl”
from Bring the Family (A&M 1987) —Ry Cooder plays some amazing guitar on this one.

9:33am

Elvis Costello “So Like Candy”
from Mighty Like a Rose (Warner Bros. 1991) —Elvis C sings one heck of a great torch song.

9:38am

Big Star “Feel”
from #1 Record (Ardent 1972) —Looking forward to an excellent evening at Off Broadway tonight as all sorts of local musicians pay tribute to Alex Chilton.

9:42am

Alejandro Escovedo “Silver Cloud”
from Street Songs of Love CD Album (Fantasy www.concordmusicgroup.com/labels/fantasy 2009) N  —Alejandro rocks!

9:45am

MARY WELLS “Oh Little Boy (What Did You Do To Me)”
from Ultimate Collection (Motown 2008) N  —One of the most heart-wrenching Motown records ever!

9:48am

Barbara Lynn “You're Gonna Need Me”
from You'll Lose a Good Thing (ITP 1962) —The b-side to "You'll Lose a Good Thing" is a cool & confident expectation of ultimate triumph.

9:50am

Baby Washington “Move On”
from Oxford American 11th Edition Southern Music CD (Oxford American 2009) —A classic song about speeding and avoiding the cops.

9:52am

Shirley & Lee “Feel So Good”
from New Orleans (Time Life 2000) —One of the most truthfully titled songs ever.

9:55am

Ken Cook “Don't Be Runnin' Wild (Problem Child)”
from The Best of Sun Rock 'n' Rll Vol. 1 (SAAR 2000) —Sounds like Ooby Dooby by Roy Orbison, but it isn't.


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