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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Sep 27th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Sep 27th 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


Daft Punk “Doin' it Right”
from Random Access Memories (Columbia 2013) N  —I figure I'll do my part right now to keep anybody from hitting the snooze button, and instead dance their way into their morning routine.


Funkadelic “One Nation Under a Groove” (Warner Brothers 1978) —This is a chance to dance your way out of your constrictions.


Elvis Costello and the Roots “Wise Up Ghost”
from Wise Up Ghost and Other Songs (Blue Note 2013) N  —Intoxicating slow funk.


Sugarhill Gang “Rapper's Delight”
from Kurtis Blow Presents the History of Rap Vol. 2: The Birth of the Rap Record (Rhino 1997) —I like to say hello to the black and the white, the red and the brown, the purple and yellow.


Dumpstaphunk “Blueswave”
from Dirty Word (Louisiana Red Hot Records 2013) N  —Younger Neville cousins.


Davell Crawford “I Can't Find My Way Home”
from My Gift to You (Basin Street 2014) N  —This version of the Steve Winwood song is simply exquisite.


Madeleine Peyroux “Gentle On My Mind”
from The Blue Room (Decca 2012) N  —Seriously, am I the only one knocked out by this? She owns this song now!


Junior Murvin “I Was Appointed”
from Police and Thieves (Island 1977) —It's nice to be reminded he had more than just the one classic to his name.


Miss Molly Simms “River Molds the Bricks”
from Revenants (self 2012) —One of St. Louis's finest singers.


Jesse Dee “Boundary Line”
from On My Mind/In My Heart (Alligator Records 2013) N  —He's in town tomorrow night at the Gramophone.


Buffalo Killers “I Am Always Here”
from Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. (Alive 2012) —A band that clearly loves the James Gang - that's a good thing.


Albert King “Call My Job”
from The Ultimate Collection (Rhino 1993) —I'm not suggesting you call in sick today. That's what Albert is doing, not me.


Bob Marley & The Wailers “Hooligan Ska”
from One Love at Studio One (Heartbeat * 1991) —I love the way Marley sings this one - a rare burst of aggressiveness from him.


Swamp Dogg “Mighty Mighty Dollar Bill”
from Gag a Maggott (Alive 1973) —A Swamp Dogg masterpiece, I think.


Major Lance “You'll Want Me Back”
from Everybody Loves a Good Time! The Best of Major Lance (Epic 1995) —It's practically an Impressions record, with a different lead vocalist.


ZZ Top “Sinpusher”
from XXX (RCA 1999) —Not their best album by any means, but I was struck by the darkness of Billy Gibbons guitar on this one.


Bombino “Azamane Tiliade”
from Nomad (Nonesuch 2013) N  —This guy's guitar is much lighter, and just as thrilling.


Meat Puppets “Rat Farm” (Megaforce 2013) N  —As usual, who knows what they're singing about? The music speaks for itself.


Tommy Keene “The Puppet”
from Excitement At Your Feet (Second Motion 2013) N  —Great version of the Echo & the Bunnymen song.


Flying House “Nightingale”
from Blues For Wolfman (self 2013) N L —New St. Louis band featuring the Ibur brothers from 90s faves Five of These & Bella Wolf.


David Johansen “Big City”
from In Style (American Beat 1979) —Here's a record that annoyed me to no end when it came out, but it actually has more going for it than my Dolls-fixated younger self thought at the time.


The Kinks “People Take Pictures of Each Other”
from The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society (Reprise 1968) —The other song Ray Davies had in him about pictures.


Kirsty Maccoll “Innocence”
from Kite (Virgin 1989) —One of the most joyous and enjoyable records I know. "It would take a gunshot just to clear your head awhile."


Brothers Lazaroff “Time's Quickly Fleeting”
from Hope, Fear, Youth (self 2013) N L —They've got a CD release block party event planned for Saturday afternoon at Vintage Vinyl.


Gregg Allman “Midnight Rider”
from T Bone Burnett Presents: The Speaking Clock Revue - Live from the Beacon Theatre (Shout! Factory 2011) —I said it was a solo version, I meant acoustic.


Kate McGarrigle, Sloan Wainwright, Martha Wainwright, Rufus Wainwright, more “Proserpina”
from Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the work of Kate McGarrigle (Nonesuch 2013) N  —This gorgeous song was never recorded except as a demo by Kate McGarrigle, though Martha Wainwright did a nice version on her last album. This live rendition is beautiful.


Melody Den “Thick and Thin”
from Storylines (Perdition 2013) N L —Beautiful song.


Steve Young “Long Way to Hollywood”
from Seven Bridges Road (Beatball 1972) —For my Facebook friend David Eason.


Tim Easton “Gallatin Pike Blues”
from Not Cool (Campfire Propaganda 2013) N  —If this stray dog keeps on howlin', I believe I'm gonna lose my mind. He cries all night through keeping the stray dog time.


Jackson Browne “Don't Let Us Get Sick”
from Sweet Relief III: Pennies From Heaven (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 2013) N  —Sending this one out to Ted Cruz.


Split Enz “Sugar and Spice”
from Dizrythmia (Mushroom Records 1977) —There's a cowbell classic!


Lindsey Buckingham “Love Runs Deeper”
from Gift of Screws (Reprise 2008) —Big, big love song.


Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band “When It Blows Its Stacks”
from The Spotlight Kid (Warner Brothers 1972) —Dark bluesy Beefheart.


Robert Pollard “Real Fun Is No One's Monopoly”
from Honey Locust Honky Tonk (Guided By Voices Inc. 2013) —Definitely a contender for best song title of the year.


Suzi Quatro “Devil Gate Drive”
from Greatest Hits (RAK 1980) —The Chinn/Chapman glam-rock sound never gets old!


Dion “We Don't Talk Anymore”
from Return of the Wanderer (Ace 1978) —There aren't many people with careers as long as I've been alive who kept up their skills all the way through. Just dip in anywhere in Dion's catalogue, and you'll be happy.


Willie Nelson “Matchbox”
from Let's Face the Music and Dance (Legacy 2013) N  —I love the cool relaxed way he sings this.


International Submarine Band “I Must Be Someone Else You've Known”
from Safe At Home (Sundown 1968) —A young Gram Parsons sings an older but still young Merle Haggard.


Glen Campbell “What I Wouldn't Give”
from See You There (Surfdog Records 2013) N  —A powerful final original from Mr. Campbell.

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