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Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Jul 31st 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


Continental Drifters “Meet On the Ledge”
from Drifted: In the Beginning and Beyond (Omnivore 2015) N  —Susan Cowsill, Vicki Peterson, the best band imaginable and the most heartfelt cover of this song possible.


The Charflies “Trickle of Blood”
from Linoleum Angel (self 2015) N L —Such a perfect mood set in this song.


Eleni Mandell “Cold Snap”
from Dark Lights Up (Yep Roc www.yeproc.com 2015) N  —A song that sounds as though Roger Miller wrote it. That's high praise in my book.


Brian Wilson “Saturday Night”
from No Pier Pressure (CAPITOL 2015) N  —Nate Ruess takes the vocals on this delightful song.


Marshall Crenshaw “Calling Out For Love (At Crying Time)”
from Mary Jean & 9 Others (Wounded Bird 1987) —A song co-written by Crenshaw and Don Dixon - no wonder it's so great!


Nick Barbieri “Time Is Motion Is Gravity”
from Poetry Scored (self-released 2015) N L —How do you make great pop music out of these poems? You gotta be really good, and Nick Barbieri is really good.


Split Enz “My Mistake”
from Dizrhythmia (Chrysalis 1977) —I never get tired of the titanically talented Tim Finn.


FFS “Call Girl”
from FFS (Domino 2015) N  —Sparks collaborating with Franz Ferdinand gives them the biggest profile they've had in ages.


Sparks “The Very Next Fight”
from Hello Young Lovers (In The Red 2006) —So many amazing records to discover - I feel a real Sparks jag coming on.


John Cale “Gatorville & Points East”
from Walking on Locusts (Ryko 1996) —I don't think I gave this record enough credit 19 years ago - man, it sounds great now.


Television “Marquee Moon” (Elektra 1977) —One of the best records in the history of the world.


Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield “Let's Get Lost”
from Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield Sing Elliott Smith (Ramseur Records 2015) N  —This tribute album is so lovingly pitched between respect and ambition.


The Dave Clark Five “Live In the Sky”
from The History of the Dave Clark Five (Hollywood www.hollywoodrecords.com 1993) —The DC5 response to the Beatles going on that Magical Mystery Tour.


Moby Grape “Murder In My Heart For the Judge”
from Listen My Friends! The Best of Moby Grape (Columbia 2007) —One of those perfect records!


Uncle Lucius “Flood Then Fade Away”
from The Light (Thirty Tigers www.thirtytigers.com 2015) N  —I know nothing about this new band, but I like the album. They don't sound like anybody else exactly.


Prefab Sprout “Tiffanys”
from Protest Songs (CBS 1989) —One of Paddy McAloon's spriteliest songs.


The Educated Guess “Friend From Foe”
from West Skyline Drive (self 2009) L —Sure, I know they have a new album out, but I wanted to hear this gem from a few years back.


Billy Bragg “Cindy of 1000 Lives”
from Don't Try This at Home (Cooking Vinyl 1991) —I admit I didn't play this record much when it was new, but it sure sounds good at this remove.


Court Yard Hounds “It Didn't Make a Sound”
from Court Yard Hounds CD Album (Columbia 2010) —I still like to revisit the two albums these sisters have made, and eagerly await more.


Elana James “Reunion (Livin' Your Dream)”
from Black Beauty (Snarf Records 2015) N  —One of my fave songs this year - it's irresistible.


Woody Guthrie “Do-Re-Mi”
from This Land Is Your Land: The Asch Recordings, Vol. 1 (Smithsonian Folkways 1997) —More and more true all the time.


Bob Burton “Boogie Woogie Baby of Mine”
from Get With The Beat The Mar-Vel' Masters A Lost Decade of American Rock and Roll (Ryko 1989) —Boogie with steel guitar and accordion!


Tommy Brown “V-8 Baby”
from Ham Hocks & Cornbread (JSP 2004) —Women and Cadillacs, they go hand in hand!


Sonny Boy Williamson “Cool Disposition”
from One Way Out Single (Chess 1975) —Oh, that harp!


Chuck Berry “Bye Bye Johnny”
from You Never Can Tell: His Complete Chess Recordings 1960 -1966 (Hip-O Select 2009) —Masterpiece!


Johnny guitar watson “My Baby and Me”
from Hot Just Like TNT (Ace 1996) —He was great in the 50s, great in the 60s, great in the 70s, with three different styles! This one from the 60s.


Little Willie John “I'm Sticking With You Baby”
from 28 Big Ones (King 2001) —One of the finest singers of his day!

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