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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Jun 7th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Jun 7th 2013 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


Link Wray “Batman (Theme)”
from The Original Rumble (Ace 1989) —Link Wray and company having some crazy fun one night back in 1966.


Amy Gore & Her Valentines “Diana”
from In Love (self 2012) —Wonderful pop song - should be a modern classic.


The Pretenders “Break Up the Concrete” (Shangri-La 2008) —You can't go wrong with extra reverb and that Bo Diddley beat.


Sleepy Kitty “School's Out”
from Infinity City (Euclid 2011) L —Their follow-up album is close to being ready - but we can still enjoy the very cool debut.


Tea Leaf Green “We Aren't Done”
from In The Wake (Greenhouse 2013) N  —For a jam band, these guys are pretty tuneful.


Grace Basement “Chasing Light”
from Wheel Within A Wheel (Avonmore 2013) N L —St. Louis's own Kevin Buckley - man, that guy is good.


The Proclaimers “Spinning Around in the Air”
from Like Comedy (429 www.429records.com 2013) N  —Are you happy now? Say yeah, yeah, yeah!


Rufus Wainwright “Going To a Town”
from Release the Stars (Geffen 2007) —As great a songwriter as we've heard this century.


Punch Brothers “Another New World”
from Ahoy! (Nonesuch 2012) —So gorgeous.


Billy Bragg & Wilco “Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key”
from Mermaid Avenue (Elektra 1998) —I can't believe this came out 15 years ago! Time just seems to keep accelerating.


The Byrds “Why (Alternate RCA Version)”
from Fifth Dimension (Columbia 1966) —A great song in every version!


Jefferson Airplane “Young Girl Sunday Blues”
from After Bathing At Baxter's (RCA 1967) —What do you suppose made them laugh so hard at the beginning of this cut?


The Left Banke “Pretty Ballerina”
from There's Gonna Be a Storm: The Complete Recordings 1966-1969 (Mercury 1992) —I'm hard pressed to think of too many records more gently perfect than this one.


The Del-Lords “You Can Make a Mistake One Time”
from Elvis Club (GB Music www.gbmusic.com 2013) N  —That's some deep, dirty blues there. Man, it's great to have these guys back!


Asleep at The Wheel “That's Your Red Wagon”
from 35 Years of Stony Plain (stonyplain url 2012) —Headlining the sold-out Twangfest show at the Duck Room tonight.


The Time Jumpers “Texoma Bound”
from The Time Jumpers (Rounder www.rounder.com 2012) —Man, this song swings hard.


Vince Gill “The Old Lucky Diamond Motel”
from Guitar Slinger (MCA NASHVILLE 2011) —Vince Gill put the Time Jumpers project together, so I figured it's only fair to let him sing next.


Willie Nelson “Sister's Coming Home / Down at the Corner Beer Joint”
from Phases and Stages (Atlantic 1974) —It would take a long time to hear every great recording by Willie Nelson. Love this man.


The Slide Brothers “Catch That Train”
from Robert Randolph Presents The Slide Brothers (Concord 2013) N  —Four sacred steel-styled slide guitarists playing at once. Oh, that's some joyful noise.


James Cotton “Blues Is Good For You”
from Cotton Mouth Man (Alligator 2013) N  —Darrell Nulisch provides the singing that Cotton can't do anymore, but Cotton provides the power through that amazing harp playing.


Southside Johnny & the Poor Fools “So Good”
from Songs from the Barn (Leroy Records 2013) N  —I seem to be the only KDHX DJ digging this new record by the man who knows how to sing even with diminished chops.


Dolly Varden “Done (Done)”
from For a While (Mid-Fi 2013) N  —They're playing tomorrow night at the Duck Room on the sold-out last night of Twangfest. But they'll be free at Euclid Records at 2:30, too.


Richard Thompson “Where's Home?”
from Electric (New West 2013) N  —There really aren't any lapses on this new Richard Thompson record.


The Blazers “And I Feel It”
from Seventeen Jewels (Little Dog Records 2003) —Just a good solid little rocker.


Ann Peebles “You Got to Feed the Fire”
from I Can't Stand the Rain (Hi Records 1974) —One of the most talented exports from the St. Louis area.


Bettye LaVette “I'm In Love”
from Take Another Little Piece of My Heart (Varese Sarabande 2006) —Recorded in Memphis back in 1969 or 1970, with Jim Dickinson on keyboards.


Jesse Dee “I Won't Forget About You”
from On My Mind/In My Heart (Alligator Records 2013) —This kid knows how to sing in the pocket of a sharp groove.


Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends “After Hours Waltz”
from Kansas City Blues 1944-49 (CAPITOL 1997) —You don't hear a lot of blues waltzes, but this works.


Skeeter Davis “Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now”
from The Essential Skeeter Davis (RCA 1995) —How can you resist such a chipper song about loss?


Steve Cropper & Buddy Miller “The Slummer The Slum”
from Dedicated - a Salute to the 5 Royales (429 www.429records.com 2011) —I could listen to a whole album with these two guys together - how about it?


Buddy Miller “I Believe In You”
from Mercyland: Hymns for the Rest of Us (Mercyland 2012) —Love song to God or a woman - not that different, in this case.


Tommy Emmanuel & Martin Taylor “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free”
from The Colonel & the Governor (bluemoon 2013) N  —Spiffy twin acoustic guitars here.


John Fahey “Blueberry Hill”
from Old Girlfriends and Other Horrible Memories (Varrick www.sixstringtheory.com 1992) —Beautiful version of this classic in a way only Fahey could have imagined.


Bill Frisell “Goin' Out of My Head”
from Beautiful Dreamers (Savoy 2010) —Beautiful take from a man who never makes mistakes.


Jerry Miller “What a Little Moonlight Can Do”
from New Road Under My Wheels (Signature Sounds www.signaturesounds.com 2013) N  —Eilen Jewell's lead guitarist has his own album & she sings this standard for him. She's at Twangfest tonight, presumably with him aboard.


Kelly Hogan “Golden”
from I Like to Keep Myself in Pain (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2012) —I want to hear your voice coming out of my radio and I want to see your face on the Billboard signs.


The Kinks “Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues”
from Everybody's In Show-Biz (Legacy Recordings 1972) —A really heavy, heavy number.


The Kinks “Good Day (Extended Mix)”
from Word Of Mouth (Velvel 1984) —I often forget there are some really good songs on this record.


The Turtles “The Story of Rock and Roll”
from Solid Zinc: The Turtles Anthology (Rhino 2002) —An early musical history lesson.


Richard Barone “Tangled In Your Web”
from Cool Blue Halo 25th Anniversary Concert (RBM 2012) —Fingers crossed, Richard Barone might actually finally play St. Louis later this year.


Paul Kelly “From Little Things Big Things Grow”
from Songs From the South: The Best of Paul Kelly (Gawdaggie 2011) —A long but enjoyable tale.


Della Mae “Heaven's Gate”
from This World Oft Can Be (Rounder www.rounder.com 2013) N  —Good singing, good playing, I'm happy.

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