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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 www.columbiarecords.com 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 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 www.columbiarecords.com 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 Performing 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 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 Performing 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 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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