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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Oct 19th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Oct 19th 2012 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


Carole King “Pleasant Valley Sunday”
from The Legendary Demos (Hear Music 2012) N  —I love the Monkees version, of course, but the world-weariness of this take (the demo the Monkees heard first) is becoming my fave.


The 5th Dimension “Light Sings”
from Up Up and Away: The Definitive Collection (Arista 1997) —Exquisite arrangement to a pretty durn good song.


The Explorers Club “Bluebird”
from Grand Hotel (Rock Ridge www.rockridgemusic.com 2012) N  —This was released early this year, but it sounds as though it could have been on the radio when the previous two cuts were new.


Fleetwood Mac “Before the Beginning”
from Then Play On (Reprise 1969) —Peter Green pours it on - moody and beautiful.


T-Bone Burnett “Here Come the Philistines”
from Tooth of Crime (Nonesuch 2008) —Dark soundscape for a Burnett rant about the ways of the world.


Tinariwen “Tenere Taqqim Tossam”
from Tassili (Anti- 2011) —I get hypnotized every time I hear this song - best music I ever discovered on the Colbert Report.


Van Morrison “If In Money We Trust”
from Born to Sing: No Plan B (Blue Note 2012) N  —The very best song on a very good record. Like a cross between Superfly & A Love Supreme.


Shawn Colvin “Up On That Hill”
from All Fall Down (Nonesuch 2012) N  —Shawn Colvin got Buddy Miller to produce & play guitar, and he brought in Bill Frisell, and the album is easily the best thing I've heard from her.


Michelle Shocked “Blackjack Heart”
from Mexican Standoff (Mighty Sound 2005) —Not many people noticed when Michelle Shocked put out three albums on the same day back in 2005, but there's some mighty fine music hidden away on them.


John Hiatt “One of Them Damn Days”
from Mystic Pinball (New West 2012) N  —It was Monday or Tuesday or one of them damn days. That's a way to lure me into a song.


Graham Parker & The Rumour “New York Shuffle”
from Stick To Me (Mercury 1978) —While the world waits for their reunion album and tour, here's a blast of prime magnificence.


Moby Grape “Truly Fine Citizen”
from Listen My Friends! The Best of Moby Grape (Columbia 2007) —A catchy little number.


Joe Tex “I Believe I'm Gonna Make It”
from The Very Best of Joe Tex (Rhino 1996) —Your love helps me kill better.


Isaac Hayes “Never Can Say Goodbye”
from Greatest Hit Singles (stax 1991) —I remember back in 1971 being confused that this was on the radio at the same time as the Jackson 5 version. I was just learning the ways of the pop world.


Michael Kiwanuka “I Won't Lie”
from Home Again (Interscope 2012) —This cut is one of the two or three most perfect matches between singer, song, and arrangement on this young man's record.


The International Submarine Band “Luxury Liner”
from Sacred Hearts and Fallen Angels: The Gram Parsons Anthology (Rhino 2001) —A rather different take from the version Parsons did a few years later.


Jamey Johnson “Living For a Song”
from Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran (Mercury 2012) —Johnson brings Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Merle Haggard aboard for a stunnig collaboration on this beautiful song.


Slaid Cleaves “Horses”
from Wishbones (Philo 2004) —Another song about turning experience into song.


Bonnie Raitt “Split Decision”
from Slipstream (Redwing Records 2012) N  —Holy moley! She plays some hot guitar on this cut.


Chuck Berry “I Got a Booking”
from You Never Can Tell - The Complete Chess Recordings 1960-1966 (Hip-O /Select 2009) —He turned 86 yesterday, and I pulled out this delightful blues cut from the deepest part of his catalogue just because I enjoy the words so much.


Blind Willie Johnson “Praise God I'm Satisfied”
from The Complete Blind Willie Johnson (Columbia Legacy 1993) —So much to love - that growling voice, the joyful harmony, the driving beat on guitar.


Howlin' Wolf “My Baby Walked Off”
from Sun Years (Blues Factory 2006) —And then there's this relaxed groove as Wolf testifies.


Shemekia Copeland “Hangin' Up”
from 33 1/3 (Telarc 2012) N  —I'm not sure who Chris Long is, but he wrote one heck of a bluesy r'n'b song which Copeland tears into nicely.


The Sights “Bad Man”
from Left Over Right (HRM 2011) —Detroit rockers even make ballads sound hard.


The Heavy “Be Mine”
from The Glorious Dead (Counter Records 2012) N  —I've just discovered these guys, dark, groove-laden, surprising.


John Cale “Living With You”
from Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood (Domino 2012) —John Cale playing around like he's a kid - I think it sounds great.


Muzik Tarian Malaysia “Jonore Sports Club”
from Rough Guide to the Music of Malaysia (Sheer Sound 2006) —Fiddle and accordion and oddball percussion - I love it.


Dick Dale “Miserlou Twist”
from Better Shred Than Dead: The Dick Dale Anthology (Rhino 1997) —The crazier and longer Miserlou.


The B-52's “Love In the Year 3000”
from Funplex (Astralwerks 2008) —Robots, bootybots, erotobots.


Carl Pandolfi “D(Isorder)”
from What Kind of Life (self-released 2012) N L —A major talent from right here in St. Louis put together this eccentric and enjoyable solo record.


Def Leppard “High 'n' Dry (Saturday Night)”
from High 'N' Dry (Mercury 1981) —Big gigantic hooks, and building excitement as they go along - these guys were the best at what they did.


Jeffereson Airplane “Martha”
from 02.01.1968 Return to the Matrix (Collectors' Choice Music 2010) —I think it would be fun to go back in time for a double bill of these guys and Big Brother & the Holding Company. Yep, if I had a tardis, that's what I'd do.


Alejandro Escovedo “Man of the World”
from Big Station (Fantasy 2012) —Now that's a rock song.


The Heartbreakers “Born To Lose”
from D.I.Y. Blank Generation: the New York Scene (1975-1978) (Rhino 1993) —I recently came to the conclusion that punk rock led to an awful lot of bad music (and continues to do so). But then I heard this cut again, and realized it was all worth it.


Brothers Lazaroff “Where You Going Now?”
from Science Won (self-released 2012) N L —At Off Broadway Saturday night Oct. 20.


Kim Richey “Not a Love Like This”
from Chinese Boxes (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 2007) —Take me or leave me, I'm tired of settling for less.


Eleni Mandell “Crooked Man”
from I Can See the Future (Yep Roc 2012) N  —Crooked where he put paper underneath the furniture.


Loudon Wainwright III “Date Line”
from Older Than My Old Man Now (2nd Story Sound 2012) N  —Only Loudon can come up with a great song about crossing the international date line.


Middle Class Fashion “Jamie”
from Girl Talk (Blip Blap! 2012) N L —They'll be playing at the Heavy Anchor on Nov. 2 with Karate Bikini and Aquitane. That's a pretty damn great local bill right there.


The New Pornographers “Loose Translation”
from Electric Version (Matador 2003) —Catchy little number.


Freedy Johnston “Venus Is Her Name”
from Rain On The City (Bar/None Records www.bar-none.com 2010) —A typically great Freedy Johnston song that most people never get the chance to hear.


Jonathan Wilson “Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler”
from Gentle Spirit (Bella Union 2011) —This song sounds like a great lost Nilsson tune.


Rufus Wainwright “Barbara”
from Out of the Game (Decca 2012) N  —I like this Rufus Wainwright love groove sound.


The Spaniels “Baby, It's You”
from Play It Cool (Charly 1993) —Doo-wop.


Paul McCartney “The End of the End”
from Memory Almost Full (Hear Music 2007) —I couldn't figure out how to end the show with this perfect ending song. Dangit.


Mike Seeger “Blood Stained Banders”
from Fly Down Little Bird (Appleseed I discovered this song when Pete Seeger passed last year. What a gift. 2011) —The same basic song that Jorma Kaukonen sang as "Oh Good Shepherd."

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