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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri May 22nd 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


Bob Marley & The Wailers “Rebel Music”
from Easy Skanking In Boston '78 (Island 2015) N  —A fiery live version of this classic.


Koryn Hawthorne “Bright Fire”
from single (Unknown unk 2015) N  —She was the brightest light on The Voice this season - somehow she finished fourth, not first. This song Pharell Williams gave her is very cool.


Judith Hill “You've Got a Friend”
from single (Unknown unk 2013) —You may remember her from 50 Feet From Stardom. She is an incredible singer.


Allison Moorer “Thunderstorm / Hurricane”
from Down to Believing (E One Records 2015) N  —I love her voice so much!


Buddy & Julie Miller “You Make My Heart Beat Too Fast”
from Buddy & Julie Miller (Hightone 2001) —Julie has never sung with more attitude than she did on this rocker!


James McMurtry “How'm I Gonna find You Now”
from Complicated Game (Complicated Game 2015) N  —I'm still just dabbling in this new McMurtry record - so much music to listen to.


Steve Wynn “Watching the River Flow”
from Dazzling Display (Prima 1991) —This was the first Bob Dylan song I can remember knowing - it was a minor hit when I started listening to pop radio at the age of 12.


The Three O'Clock “With a Cantaloupe Girlfriend”
from The Hidden World Revealed (Omnivore 2013) —The Paisley Underground ruled!


The Small Faces “My Way of Giving”
from Small Faces (Sanctuary 1966) —All this pop majesty in just 2 minutes!


Slade “Night Starvation”
from We'll Bring the House Down (Polydor 1981) —From having a queen at night to starving for love!


The Blues Magoos “Queen of My Nights”
from Kaliedescope Compendium - The Best of the Blues Magoos (Mercury 1992) —Tender voice of yearning for love, and yet it still sounds nasty!


MC5 “Back In the USA” (Rhino 1970) —Way up there in the pantheon of Chuck Berry covers!

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