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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Sep 30th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Sep 30th 2011 7.00am–10.00am

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Time zone: central

7:00am

The Pretenders “Message of Love”
from Pretenders II (sire 1981) —That James Honeyman-Scott was one heck of a guitar player, wasn't he?

7:04am

The Beatles “Tomorrow Never Knows”
from Revolver Album (CAPITOL 1966) —It's a mindbender.

7:07am

The Troggs “I Can't Control Myself”
from The Best of the Troggs (Fontana 1994) —Salacious!

7:10am

Joe South “Don't It Make You Wanna Go Home”
from The Best of Joe South (Rhino 1990) —Sweet.

7:13am

Bob Dylan “She Belongs to Me”
from Bringing It All Back Home (Columbia 1965) —You'll wind up peeking through a keyhole down upon your knees.

7:18am

John Prine “Souvenirs”
from The Singing Mailman Delivers (Oh Boy www.ohboy.com 2011) N  —A young John Prine recorded these demos back in 1970 in order to register his songs with the Library of Congress. Cool find.

7:21am

Ry Cooder “Quick Sand”
from Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down (Nonesuch www.nonesuch.com 2011) N  —It's so nice to hear Ry Cooder rock again.

7:24am

The Belle Brigade “Shirt”
from The Belle Brigade (Reprise 2011) N  —Thanks to Spencer Marquart for introducing me to this extremely cool brother & sister pair with more than a small nod to 70s Fleetwood Mac.

7:31am

Andy Friedman “It's Time For Church”
from Laserbeams and Dreams (City Salvage 2011) —What an amazing song from this singer-songwriter who needs to be more well known.

7:32am

Mose Allison “I'm Alright”
from The Way of the World (Anti www.anti.com 2010) —Great version of the Loudon Wainwright anti-blues.

7:37am

Jerry Reed “Blue Moon of Kentucky”
from Alabama Wild Man / Jerry Reed Explores Guitar Country (One Way 2000) —For a few years there, Jerry Reed managed to sound like he had more fun making music than just about anybody else.

7:40am

Joe Ely “Boxcars”
from Honky Tonk Masquerade (MCA 1978) —One of Butch Hancock's greatest songs, interpreted perfectly by his good friend.

7:45am

Chris Isaak “Crying Waiting Hoping”
from Listen To Me: Buddy Holly (Verve Forecast 2011) N  —You can take the majority of "interpretations" of Buddy Holly classics on the 2 new tributes to appear this year & chuck them in the river, but Chris Isaak absolutely nails this one!

7:47am

Matthew Sweet “When Love Lets Go I'm Falling”
from Modern Art (Missing Piece 2011) N  —Strange to release a brand new album but tour behind a 21-year-old clasic. He'll be here playing Girlfriend on Oct. 15.

7:51am

Wilco “Open Mind”
from The Whole Love (Nonesuch www.nonesuch.com 2011) N  —I'm a gonna see Wilco and Nick Lowe on Tuesday at the Peabody Opera House. Should be very cool.

7:55am

Pet Shop Boys “Love, Etc.”
from Pandemonium (Parlophone 2010) —They can still crank out the catchy, ya know.

8:02am

The Undertones “Teenage Kicks”
from The Undertones (sire 1979) —One of the greatest songs in the world - after 32 years, I still get pumped up every time I hear it.

8:05am

Flamin' Groovies “Teenage Head” (Buddha Records 1971) —Never get tired of this one, either.

8:07am

Eddie & The Hot Rods “Teenage Depression” (Captain Oi! 1976) —I just love the teenage songs.

8:10am

Big Star “Back of a Car”
from #1 Record / Radio City (Ardent 1992) —This one doesn't say "teenage" but it screams it.

8:13am

The Skeletons “On Your Way Down the Drain”
from Nothing To Lose (Hightone 1997) —I never realized this was a Danny Kortchmar song.

8:18am

The Bangles “Open My Eyes”
from Sweetheart of the Sun (Model Music Group 2011) N  —Covering Todd Rundgren with a cowbell! My review of this album is here: http://blurt-online.com/reviews/view/3348/

8:21am

Sahara Hot Nights “Vulture Feet”
from Sahara Hot Nights (Universal 2011) N  —Jim Roehm loaned me this excellent pop record, and here's the cowbell cut.

8:25am

Glen Campbell “Ghost On the Canvas”
from Ghost on the Canvas (Surf Dog Records 2011) N  —Who would've ever thunk Glen Campbell would wind up singing a Paul Westerberg song?

8:31am

Vic Chesnutt “Bernadette & Her Crowd”
from The Salesman and Bernadette (Velocette 1998) —The opening of this song stops me dead in my tracks every time - that quiet feedback, then "I'm shivering." The man was so talented.

8:35am

John Scofield “I Will”
from A Moment's Peace (Decca 2011) N  —Gorgeous jazz take on the Beatles classic.

8:38am

Bill Frisell “Across the Universe”
from All We Are Saying (Savoy 2011) N  —OMG! This is so luxuriously beautiful. Frisell, Greg Leisz on pedal steel, and Jenny Scheinman on violin completely own one of my all-time fave songs.

8:46am

Ellis Paul “The Dragonfly Races” (Black Wolf 2007) —He'll be at Off Broadway tomorrow night, Oct. 1.

8:50am

Merle Travis “16 Tons”
from Best of Merle Travis: Sweet Temptation 1946-1953 (Razor & Tie 2000) —The original.

8:53am

Julie Miller “Orphan Train”
from Broken Things (Hightone 1999) —As great a song as she ever wrote.

9:00am

Johnnie & Jack “Ashes of Love”
from ??? (???) —Johnnie Wright, who co-wrote this classic & was married to Kitty Wells, passed away a few days ago.

9:03am

Johnnie & Jack “A Smile On My Lips - And An Ache In My Heart”
from Bluegrass Meets Banjo: 23 Original Bluegrass Classics (Jasmine 2001) —And another, more obscure cut from this duo - as so often happens, it takes a death to make me aware of some great music I hadn't encountered before.

9:05am

The Ethiopians “Train to Skaville”
from All the Hits (Trojan trojanrecords.com 1986) —Another great loss this week was Leonard Dillon of the Ethiopians. His music I knew a little bit, and this is an all-time gem.

9:08am

The Ethiopians “Reggae Hit the Town” (Sanctuary 2001) —Dillon went on to record great reggae at least through the 80s, but I immediately went back to those glorious ska/rock steady cuts from the early days.

9:11am

The Marvelettes “Too Many Fish In the Sea”
from The Definitive Collection (Motown 2008) —I'm reading a book about the Supremes, and it makes me want to hear the Marvelletes. Go figure!

9:13am

The Drifters “Ruby Baby”
from The Definitive Soul Collection (Rhino 1963) —I can't remember if I played this a few weeks back on the Jerry Leiber tribute special, but it's one of my all-time faves.

9:18am

Funkadelic “Cosmic Slop” (westbound 1973) —All the ingredients of a masterpiece right here.

9:23am

Patti Labelle “Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine”
from How Many Roads: Black America Sings Bob Dylan (Ace 2010) —One of the most astonishing Bob Dylan covers I've ever heard.

9:31am

Solomon Burke “Oh What a Feeling”
from Nothing's Impossible (E1 Entertainment 2010) —Before they both passed away, Solomon Burke and Willie Mitchell managed to make a very fine record together.

9:35am

Cash Box Kings “Katie Mae”
from Holler and Stomp (blind pig 2011) N  —Great cover of Lightnin' Hopkins.

9:38am

Hot Club Of Cowtown “Cabiria”
from Wishful Thinking (Proper 2009) —Elana James wrote this? It really seems like something that dates back to the 40s.

9:42am

The Delmore Brothers “Sand Mountain Blues”
from Classic Cuts Vol. 3: More From the 1930s Plus (JSP 2008) —I just can't get enough of these guys some days.

9:45am

Dorsey Burnette “(There Was A) Tall Oak Tree”
from The Best of Dorsey Burnette (K-Tel 1994) —A strange interpretation of the first couple chapters of Genesis.

9:47am

Charlie Feathers “Wild Wild Party”
from Rockabilly Shakeout (Ace 1992) —I'd go to that party.

9:50am

The Regents “Runaround”
from The Doo Wop Box Vol. 2 (Rhino 1996) —That's some amazing doo wop, the kind of hidden classic you hope to find in these kinds of collections.

9:52am

The Gourds “Drop What I'm Doing”
from Old Mad Joy (Vanguard 2011) N  —I think I've actually randomly picked the same song from this new Gourds record both times that I've reached for it. At least it's a really cool song.


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