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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Jan 10th 2014

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Jan 10th 2014 7.00am–10.00am

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Time zone: central


Everly Brothers “Bird Dog”
from The Complete Cadence Recordings 1957-1960 (Varese Sarabande 2001) —This song never fails to make me smile. RIP Phil Everly.


Everly Brothers “Walk Right Back”
from Heartaches & Harmonies (Rhino 1994) —The way those harmonies climb up on that chorus before dropping off on the line "I'm so lonesome every day." Sigh.


Everly Brothers “Man With Money”
from Heartaches & Harmonies (Rhino 1994) —So many incredible songs from these guys. This one really rocks!


Everly Brothers “(You Got) The Power of Love”
from Heartaches & Harmonies (Rhino 1994) —Seriously, how come this wasn't a huge smash in the mid-60s?


Dennis Diken “Let Your Loved One Sleep”
from Late Music (Cryptovision 2009) —One of the best 60s inspired pastiches ever. This song sounds like a cross between the Turtles & the Lovin' Spoonful.


The Incurables “Farther”
from Songs for a Blackout (self 2007) L —She was my angel with second-hand wings. That's an intriguing opening line.


R.E.M. “Talk About the Passion”
from Murmur (IRS 1983) —When this song popped up on my itunes shuffle the other day, I was hearing that guitar arpeggio as if I'd never heard it a million times before, and I was thrilled to the core!


The Replacements “Nightclub Jitters”
from Pleased To Meet Me (Sire Records 1987) —I've had that kind of jitters, but it's been a long time.


Nick Lowe “I Must Be Getting Over You”
from Dig My Mood (Rounder www.rounder.com 1998) —This, too, shall pass.


Harry Nilsson “Don't Leave Me”
from Aerial Pandemonium Ballet (RCA 1971) —Sweetly luxurious and yearning for connection.


The City “All My Time”
from Now That Everything's Been Said (Light In The Attic 2015) —Carole King had a band for a brief shining moment before she became a solo artist. Wonderful song.


Laura Veirs “That Alice”
from Warp & Weft (Raven Marching Band 2013) N  —A rocker telling the story of Alice Coltrane.


Tim Finn “So Deep”
from The Big Canoe (Virgin 1986) —Hooks galore, strong melody, and an invigorating original use of 80s sound and rhythm.


Sam Phillips “When I'm Alone”
from Push Any Button (Littlebox Recordings 2013) N  —When I'm alone I'm not lonely.


John Cale “Memphis”
from Seducing Down the Door: A Collection 1970-1990 (Rhino 1994) —John Cale does Chuck Berry. This rocks!


Jimmy Page & Robert Plant “Four Sticks”
from No Quarter (Atlantic unk 1994) —Cool reimagining of the Led Zeppelin material.


Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles “Belle of the Bar”
from Diamonds In the Dark (SUGAR HILL www.sugarhillrecords.com 2007) —A sad but seductive song.


Louis Jordan “How 'Bout That?”
from Jivin' With Jordan (Proper 2002) —Can he buy her love? How 'bout that?


Jimmy Witherspoon “Back Door Blues”
from The Very Best of Jimmy Witherspoon: Miss Miss Mistreater (Collectables 2004) —It's been a long time since your lips were close to mine, if you leave the back door open, we'll make up for our lost time.


Jimmy McCracklin “My Love For You”
from The Bob Geddins Blues Legacy (JSP 2009) —McCracklin isn't among the most remembered blues singers, but man, he could belt it out with style.


Dave Van Ronk “Hootchie Kootchie Man”
from Down in Washington Square: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection (Smithsonian Folkways 2013) N  —I've heard of Dave Van Ronk for decades, but it's only been this recent flurry of attention that's brought his killer personal style into my life.


Lurrie Bell “If It's Too Late”
from Blues In My Soul (Delmark 2013) N  —This guy is among the very greatest living blues performers.


The Bo-Keys “Weak Spot”
from Got To Get Back! (Electraphonic 2011) —The great soul singer William Bell still has all his skills.


Betty Harris “12 Red Roses”
from Soul Perfection Plus (West Side 1998) —So many great soul singers named Betty.


Peter Tosh “Pepper Seed”
from Arise Black Man (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2000) —One of those weird Jamaican instrumentals featuring Peter Tosh playing organ.


Menahan Street Band “Lights Out”
from The Crossing (Daptone 2012) —Intoxicating, exotic instrumental funk.


Carlos "Patato" Valdes “Cambia El Paso”
from Funk Elements (VI 2005) —Not any funkier than a lot of classic salsa, but that's just fine by me.


Robert Randolph & The Family Band “Lickety Split” (Dare 2013) N  —Oh, man, I'm getting the happy feet up in here.


Richard Thompson Band “I Still Dream”
from More Guitar (Beeswing 2003) —Only a few weeks until Richard Thompson appears at the Pageant Feb. 19.


Tom Jones “Tower of Song”
from Spirit In the Room (Rounder www.rounder.com 2012) —He was born with the gift of a golden voice. But, boy, has he nurtured it.


Tommy Keene “Ride On Baby”
from Excitement At Your Feet: The Tommy Keene Covers Album (Second Motion 2013) N  —Great cover of a Rolling Stones song most people don't think about often enough.


The Zombies “Nothing's Changed”
from Absolutely the Best (Fuel 2000 www.fuel2000.com 1999) —So many great tunes come from these guys.


The Proclaimers “I'm Gone”
from Restess Soul (Persevere 2005) —That's "gone" as in "really drunk," not "in another physical location."


Martha Wainwright “Tell My Sister”
from Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the work of Kate McGarrigle (Nonesuch 2013) N  —See, I gave the weather forecast, then Martha started singing about the man on the radio giving a forecast. Meta!


Aoife O'Donovan “Red & White & Blue & Gold”
from Fossils (Yep Roc 2013) N  —Beautiful song about desire and love and feeling experiences.


Eleni Mandell “Blue Ribbon Eyes”
from Country for True Lovers (Zedtone 2003) —Quiet, stillness, sorrow, love.


Amanda Shires “Deep Dark Below”
from Down Fell the Doves (Lightning Rod 2013) N  —It was a good year for Amanda Shires and her husband Jason Isbell. Two excellent records from that house.


Maria Muldaur “Any Old Time”
from Maria Muldaur (Warner Brothers 1974) —Maria Muldaur covers Jimmie Rodgers.


John Fahey “Twilight Time”
from Old Girlfriends and Other Horrible Memories (Varrick www.sixstringtheory.com 1992) —John Fahey was always full of surprises - this sweet and lovely take on the Platters song shines brightly.


June Tabor “This Is Always”
from Some Other Time (Hannibal 1991) —Speaking of surprises, June Tabor was (and is) one of the greatest English folk singers, but she also interprets Great American songbook material in her own style.


Lindisfarne “Turn a Deaf Ear”
from New Electric Muse: The Story of Folk Into Rock (Castle 1996) —One of these days, I need to hear more than just this one great song from this band.


Bill Frisell “The Music of Glen Deven Ranch”
from Big Sur (okeh 2013) N  —Frisell is making some truly exquisite music these days - he's always done that, but he just gets better and better.


Gregory Porter “Lonesome Lover”
from Liquid Spirit (Blue Note 2013) N  —I love the way the drummer kicks off this swinging cut, and I love the way Porter sings the verses against the swing.


The Blind Boys of Alabama “I'll Find a Way (To Carry It All)”
from I'll Find A Way (Masterworks 2013) N  —Featuring Shana Worden. I don't know her, but she sings wonderfully.


JD McPherson “Why Lady Why”
from High Cotton: A Tribute To Alabama (Lightning Rod 2013) N  —I never paid attention to Alabama when they were selling millions of records, but there are good people on this tribute album. This is a fun cut.


The Meat Purveyors “Snow In the Door”
from Someday Soon Things Will Be Much Worse! (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2006) —I've had more snow in the door of late than I care for.


Patty Larkin “Green Behind the Ears”
from Still Green (Signature Sounds www.signaturesounds.com 2013) N  —I've still only dipped into this new record, but, as always, what I've heard sounds great.


Conway Twitty “It's Only Make Believe”
from The Conway Twitty Collection (MCA 1994) —He had the pipes to be Elvis, but not the sex appeal.

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