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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Dec 19th 2012

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Dec 19th 2012 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


The LoneTones “Unprepared”
from Modern Victims (Little Thing Records 2012) N  —New music from some friends in Knoxville.


John Hartford “The Six O'Clock Train And A Girl With Green Eyes”
from Natural to Be Gone 1967-1970 (Raven 2002) —Sat. Dec 29 at Off Broadway KDHX Presents Steam Powered Soul: a Tribute to John Hartford. http://kdhx.org/calendar/steam-powered-soul-a-tribute-to-john-hartford-and-kdhx-benefit-35419


Glen Lloyd “Sleigh Ride”
from Christmas On KYULE 2012 (KYULE 2012) —Today's music bed. Thanks to Roy & John for another great holiday compilation.


Patti Smith “Amerigo”
from Banga (Columbia 2012) N  —What could have been in the new world.


Accelerando “Fireflies”
from Tower Groove Records (Tower Groove Records 2012) N L —Features Mark Stephens of Highway Matrons fame on vocals.


Burrowss “Just Like Christmas”
from KDHXmas, Holiday Music Sampler Vol II (KDHX 2012) N L —Covering a great song by Low.


The Blind Eyes “Christmas AM Gold”
from A Very Bert Dax Christmas Vol. 7 (Bert Dax Cavalcade Of Stars 2008) L —Another fine local holiday song. Local band Rough Shop did a nice version of this last Friday at their Holiday Show at the Focal Point.


Deep Time “Gilligan”
from Deep Time (Hardly Art 2012) N  —Hey little buddy.


Dengue Fever “2012 (Bury Our Heads)”
from Cannibal Courtship (Concord 2011) —The end is near.


The Buzzcocks “I Believe”
from Operators Manual (IRS 1991) —I believe in perpetual motion And I believe in perfect devotion I believe in I believe in I believe in the things I've never had I believe in my Mum and my Dad And I believe in I believe in


Pilot Scott Tracy “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out”
from We Cut Loose! (Alternative Tentacles www.alternativetentacles.com 2006) —Great Smiths cover.


Bela Fleck and the Flecktones with Alash “Jingle Bells”
from Jingle All the Way (Rounder www.rounder.com 2008) R  —For everyone at the Artery, even Rich.


The Red Squares With Dave Stone “Santa Don't Stop For Me”
from Better Than Fruitcake (Sound System 2000) L


The New Pornographers “Joseph, Who Understood”
from The Spirit of Giving - EP (Matador Records 2007) —"Joseph you can't tell me what to do, you're not my real dad", said Jesus.


Jingle Cats “Ode To Joy”
from Meowy Christmas (Jingle Cats Records 1993)


NoMeansNo “Joy”
from The Worldhood Of The World (As Such) (Wrong Records 1995) —The closest thing to a feel good holiday song from them.


Iggy & The Stooges “Shake Appeal”
from Raw Power (Columbi/Legacy 1997) R  —1973. A fine request.


The Ramones “The KKK Took My Baby Away”
from Pleasant Dreams CD Album (Warner Bros. 1981) R  —Requested this song and the last, but since I have them both.


Deerhoof “The Trouble With Candyhands”
from Breakup Song (Polyvinyl www.polyvinylrecords.com 2012) N


Kirsty Maccoll “Terry”
from The One And Only (Union Square 2001)


Aimee Mann “I Was Thinking I Could Clean Up for Christmas [FCC Clean]”
from The Forgotten Arm CD Album (Superego 2005)


King Missile “Jesus Was Way Cool”
from Mystical Shit / Fluting On the Hump (Shimmy Disc 1990)


Cody ChesnuTT “Everybody's Brother”
from Landing On A Hundred (Vibration Vineyard 2013) N  —Has a bit of a Shuggie Otis feel to it.


Bobby Womack “Across 110th Street” (Ryko Disc 1998)


Fergus & Geronimo “Off The Map”
from Funky Was The State Of Affairs (Hardly Art 2012) N


The Evens “Sooner or Later”
from The Odds (Dischord Records 2012) N


The Ex “It's A Sin”
from Starters Alternators (Touch And Go 1998)


The Superions “Crummy Christmas Tree”
from Destination... Christmas! (Fanatic 2010)


El Vez “The Little Drummer Boy”
from Sno-Way Jose: An El Vez Christmas Album (Graciasland Records 2004)


Herman's Hermits “The End Of The World”
from Herman's Hermits / Both Sides of Herman's Hermits (EMI UK 2002) —If we survive the apocalypse I'll see you next weds.


The Dirtbombs “My Last Christmas”
from If You Don't Already Have a Look (In The Red 2005) —If we survive xmas, I'll see you next weds.

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