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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Jul 3rd 2015 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


Ivan & Alyosha “Don't Lose Your Love”
from It's All Just Pretend (Dualtone 2015) N  —Sweet and beautiful. Every time I look at you I fall in love all over again. Did I mention it's about his baby?


Nick Barbieri “The Shape of a Man”
from Poetry Scored (self-released 2015) N L —Poetry plus exceptional pop melody!


Tim Buckley “Once I Was”
from Goodbye and Hello (Elektra 1967) —You just never knew what you were going to get with this guy, but it was usually great.


The Decemberists “Make You Better”
from What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World (CAPITOL 2015) N  —Still one of my very fave songs this year.


Nate Ruess “Harsh Light”
from Grand Romantic (Atlantic 2015) N  —Nothing here is bringing me down! Ruess doesn't know how to hold back!


The Association “Standing Still”
from Just the Right Sound: The Association Anthology (Rhino 2002) —A typically gorgeous tune from this great band.


The Educated Guess “Tomorrow's World”
from The Educated Guess (self Self 2015) N L —Who else in St. Louis can put such beautiful, perfectly structured string parts to their songs? I mean, besides the Symphony.


Beat Farmers “Road of Ruin”
from Van Go (Curb 1986) —These guys ruled my world for a couple years there in the mid 80s.


XTC “Leisure”
from English Settlement (Virgin 1982) —This one, too.


R.E.M. “Catapult”
from Murmur (IRS 1983) —Oh, how many, many times I played this album back in the day.


Jonathan Wilson “Fazon”
from Fanfare (Bella Union 2013) —One of the most interesting recording artists of the last few years, and one who very few people seem to have noticed.


Iggy Pop “Tonight”
from Lust for Life (Virgin 1977) —Iggy and Bowie made such a great songwriting team.


John Cale “Macbeth”
from Paris 1919 (Rhino 1973) —Man, this song deserves a whole frantic crowd of dancers.


Camerado “Pioneer Bride”
from Camerado (Undertow 2015) N  —St. Louis expat Mark Ray has a new band up in Portland, Oregon, and it's really, really good.


Heartless Bastards “Hi-Line”
from Restless Ones (Partisan www.partisanrecords.com 2015) N  —The band seems a little looser, a little lighter, and a little more lively than on their previous album - but it's still really good stuff.


The Greenhornes featuring Holly Golightly “There Is An End”
from Broken Flowers: Music From the Film (Decca 2005) —My favorite song I've heard from Holly Golightly - and the only one I think I've heard from the Greenhornes.


Dengue Fever “Tokay”
from The Deepest Lake (Tuk Tuk 2015) N  —Only a couple months and this band will finally appear in St. Louis. I imagine that will be a wonderful experience.


Alabama Shakes “Over My Head”
from Sound & Color (ATO 2015) N  —This song didn't grab me at first, but slowly, it's complexities of arrangement and the emotional force of it got right into my skin.


The Dells “I Miss You”
from On Their Corner: The Best Of The Dells (Chess 1992) —No group was ever better at bringing out the ultra-mega super passionate giant build-up.


John Mayall & Eric Clapton “Double Crossing Time”
from Bluesbreakers (Deram 1966) —What he does on this song is enough to justify his entire career reputation - holy moley!

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