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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Aug 6th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Aug 6th 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


Ike And Tina Turner “River Deep Mountain High”
from Back to Mono (ABKCO 1995) —Mark Hyken ended with a Spur cover of this song - so I thought I'd play the original.


The Hollies “Here I Go Again”
from 30th Anniverary Collection 1963-1993 (EMI 1993) —Just sublime.


Joe South “Don't It Make You Want to Go Home”
from Classic Masters (Collectables 2002) —Yeah, this guy wrote some good songs, didn't he?


Kate & Anna McGarrigle “Dancer With Bruised Knees” (Warner Brothers 1977) —Title track of their second album and one of Anna's greatest.


Three Dog Night “Liar”
from 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Three Dog Night (Geffen 2007) —You know, this was one heck of a song - Russ Ballard wrote it, but I love the whole sound of this record.


Lovin' Spoonful “She Is Still a Mystery”
from Greatest Hits (Buddha 2000) —One of the greatest choruses in pop music.


Roy Orbison “She's a Mystery to Me”
from Mystery Girl (Virgin 1989) —One mysterious woman deserves another, I always say.


Jackie Greene “Grindstone”
from Till the Light Comes CD Album (429 www.429records.com 2010) N  —I often wonder how this guy gets along with the Deadheads - he puts out records with solid rhythms and well-developed melodies.


Crowded House “Saturday Sun”
from Intriguer CD Album (Fantasy 2010) N  —I always feel like this Crowded House album is a beautiful pool, and I'm just floating along inside it.


Grace Basement “Back of the Moon”
from Gunmetal Gray (Undertow 2009) L —Such a sweet love song from this St. Louis band.


Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3 “Sickie Boy”
from Propellor Time (Sartorial 2010) N  —Has there been a more consistent songwriter these past 33 years? This is a typical nutty delight.


Bob Dylan “One of Must Know (Sooner or Later)”
from Blonde on Blonde (Columbia 1966) —I didn't mean to make you so sad, you just happened to be there, that's all.


The Byrds “Chestnut Mare”
from Untitled (Columbia 1970) —I never get tired of this one - I've loved it since I was about 14.


The Grascals “Last Train to Clarksville”
from The Famous Lefty Flynn's (Rounder www.rounder.com 2010) N  —Great bluegrass version of a song we all know.


Rory Gallagher “Tattoo'd Lady”
from Tattoo (Buddha 1973) —Back in 1973, Rory Gallagher couldn't have imagined how many tattoo'd ladies there would one day be.


Roy Buchanan “I'm a Ram”
from Sweet Dreams: The Anthology (Polydor 1992) —One amazing guitarist - and a cool version of the Al Green song.


Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “Good Enough”
from Mojo (Reprise 2010) N  —While this is far from a great album, there are some great cuts, none finer than this one, on which Mike Campbell shows he's listened to some Roy Buchanan in his day.


Jeff Beck Group “Morning Dew”
from Truth (Sundazed Records 1969) —What? We've got that guitar, that voice (Rod Stewart's in his prime), and a cowbell on top? An embarrasment of riches, I tell you!


The Association “Along Comes Mary”
from Greatest Hits (Rhino 1968) —The band that deserves way more respect than they get - and this hit has cowbell!


Bobby Hebb “Sunny” (Vivid Sound 1966) —His song was way better known than his name, but this guy had some talent - he passed away the other day.


Bobby Hebb “Yes or No or Maybe Not”
from Sunny (Vivid Sound 1966) —He didn't write a lot of his songs, but he wrote this one, and he wrote "Sunny," so he did alright.


The Mamas and the Papas “My Girl”
from Gold (Geffen 2005) —Undaunted by covering the Temptations, they turn it into their own pop genius rendition.


Jerry Lee Lewis “You Can Have Her”
from Mean Old Man (Verve www.vervemusicgroup.com 2010) N  —Sitting on the shelves here is a sampler from this upcoming release - this cut features Jerry Lee with Eric Clapton and James Burton.


Cyndi Lauper “Shattered Dreams”
from Memphis Blues (Mercer Street 2010) N  —Cyndi is joined by the great Allen Toussaint on what I presume is an old Lowell Fulsom song.


Richard Thompson “If Love Whispers Your Name”
from Dream Attic (Shout Factory www.shoutfactory.com 2010) N  —The album comes out in about 3 weeks - it's a barn-burner, recorded live but all the songs are new.


Bettye LaVette “Maybe I'm Amazed”
from Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook CD Album (Anti 2010) N  —She's at the Old Rock House tonight.


Marty Stuart “Ghost Train Four-Oh-Ten”
from Ghost Train (Sugar Hill Records www.sugarhillrecords.com 2010) N  —I'm always pleased to find a new Marty Stuart album on the shelves here at the station - don't know the release date, but I'd imagine it's coming soon.


Los Lobos “Burn It Down”
from Tin Can Trust CD Album (Shout! Factory 2010) N  —I was reminded yesterday that, aside from the Disney album last year, Los Lobos hadn't released any new music in over 4 years. Their return is very welcome.


Tom Jones “Don't Knock”
from Praise & Blame (Lost Highway www.losthighwayrecords.com 2010) N  —Tom Jones goes deep into the Staple Singers catalog for this gem.


Patty Griffin “The Strange Man”
from Downtown Church CD Album (CMG 2010) N  —Some of my fave records this year are gospel - this one, the Tom Jones, and upcoming Mavis Staples (which you'll hear in a couple weeks, I think).


Macy Gray “That Man”
from The Sellout CD Album (Universal/Concord 2010) N  —I think you could dance the frug to this one.


Janelle Monáe “Cold War”
from The ArchAndroid (Wondaland/Bad Boy 2010) N  —You'd throw your back out trying to dance the frug to this one, though.


Eli "Paperboy" Reed “I Found You Out”
from Come And Get It CD Album (CAPITOL 2010) N  —I'll take this retro soul thing any time you want to offer it.


Aretha Franklin “Spirit in the Dark” (Atlantic unk 1970) —Of course, I'll take the original soul stuff, too.


Dr. John & The Lower 911 “When I'm Right, I'm Wrong”
from Tribal Comp (429 www.429records.com 2010) N  —The Doctor is having quite the artistic renaissance these past few years.


Downchild “These Thoughts Keep Marching”
from I Need a Hat (Linus 2009) —I love this song about all the problems of the world wandering through one's brain.


Loudon Wainwright III “Middle of the Night”
from 10 Songs for the New Depression (Cummerbund 2010) N  —If death is the real test, this is just a quiz.


Graham Parker “Always Greener”
from Imaginary Television (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2010) N  —It's not as optimistic as Loudon, but hey, there's a little hope here.


The New Pornographers “Moves”
from Together CD Album (Matador 2010) N  —Man, I wish these guys would loosen up rhythmically, but the tunes are still quite nice.


Allison Moorer “The Broken Girl”
from Crows (Rykodisc 2010) N  —This is a delightful tune about a miserable life.


Shelby Lynne “Rains Came”
from Tears, Lies, and Alibis (Everso 2010) N  —These sisters each have a strong record this year.

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