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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Jan 25th 2013

Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Jan 25th 2013 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


Pulp “Sorted For E's & Wizz”
from Different Class (Island 1995) —A charming little song I just discovered yesterday. I really should go back and listen to Pulp some more.


Buffalo Tom “The Kids Just Sleep”
from Skins Single (Scrawny 2011) —Jordan Catalon's favorite band.


Tight Pants Syndrome “Oh, Keith”
from Singles CD Album (Blip Blap! 2008) L —Why do the sad songs?


John Cale “I Wanna Talk 2 U”
from Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood (Domino 2012) N  —This song produced by Danger Mouse is a frustrating indication of just how amazing a record they could have made together. The rest of the album is okay, but this song is spectacular.


Dirty Projectors “Two Doves”
from Bitte Orca (Domino 2009) —Every once in a while, these guys get in my head with something. This is a really pretty little song.


Devotchka “The Clockwise Witness”
from Live With the Colorado Symphony (self-released 2012) N  —The symphony sounds as though it was always a part of the music. Very cool.


Pat Metheny & Brad Mehldau “Ring of Life”
from Metheny Mehldau (Nonesuch 2006) —The two main guys you know, but extra props here go to bassist Larry Grenadier and especially drummer Jeff Ballard. Nice cut.


Aaron Neville “Gypsy Woman”
from My True Story (Blue Note 2013) N  —Aaron Neville covers some of his fave early r'n'b & soul classics.


Major Lance “Everytime”
from Everybody Loves a Good Time! The Best of Major Lance (Epic 1995) —Curtis Mayfield wrote most of Major Lance's hits - here, he's one of 6 credited co-writers.


Graham Parker & The Rumour “Stop Cryin' About the Rain”
from Three Chords Good (Primary Wave 2012) N  —I'm still jealous of those who got to see the reunion tour.


John Hiatt “I Know How to Lose You”
from Mystic Pinball (New West 2012) N  —You know what they say - write what you know.


Elvis Costello “Watching the Detectives”
from My Aim Is True CD Album (Rhino 1977) —Because sometimes you have to hear the classics.


Camper Van Beethoven “You Got to Roll”
from La Costa Rerdida (429 www.429records.com 2013) N  —Camper goes wild!


Jimi Hendrix Experience “Stone Free”
from Are You Experienced? (Experience Hendrix 1967) —One of the all-time classic cowbell songs.


Beck “Strange Apparition”
from The Information (Interscope 2006) —I'm not exactly a big fan of Beck, but this groove can't be resisted.


The Incurables “16 Lines”
from The Fine Art Of Distilling (The Incurables 2012) N  —Jimmy Griffin rocks!


Paul McCartney & Wings “Call Me Back Again”
from Venus and Mars CD Album (CAPITOL 1975) —I remember being such a dork that I had to buy this album just because it had a song called "Magneto & Titanium Man." But it's a pretty good record besides the comic book reference.


The Beatles “Sie Liebt Dich”
from Past Masters (CAPITOL 1987) —I grin every time I hear this.


The Honeycombs “Have I the Right”
from Have I the Right: The Very Best of the Honeycombs (EMI 2002) —A Joe Meek masterpiece.


The New Pornographers “The Laws Have Changed”
from Electric Version (Matador 2003) —One of the finest moments in this band's career.


The Wallflowers “Misfits and Lovers”
from Glad All Over (Columbia 2012) N  —With guest guitar work from Mick Jones of the Clash.


Carl Pandolfi “Pay My Bills”
from What Kind of Life (self-released 2012) N L —Local multitalented musician cracks me up with this tale of economic woes.


The Kinks “Dandy”
from Face To Face (Reprise 1966) —What an amazing song.


David Essex “Gonna Make You a Star”
from The David Essex Album (Wounded Bird 1978) —Another great song I just discovered yesterday. Of course I knew "Rock On," but in all these years, I've never heard anything else from this guy.


One Direction “Kiss You”
from Take Me Home (Columbia 2012) N  —The top of the pop charts can be a very pleasant place.


Cody ChesnuTT “What Kind of Cool (Will We Think of Next)”
from Landing On A Hundred (Vibration Vineyard 2013) N  —Masterful retro-soul.


Radiohead “Airbag”
from OK Computer (CAPITOL 1997) —The last time I was captivated by Radiohead. They've had their moments since, but this record still mesmerizes.


Martha Wainwright “I Wanna Make An Arrest”
from Come Home to Mama (V2 2012) N  —My first chance to hear this new album - it sounds pretty good so far.


The Rolling Stones “Driving Too Fast”
from A Bigger Bang (Rolling Stones Virgin 2005) —It's not exactly inspired Stones, but it's a pretty cool song on its own terms.


Free Energy “Hope Child”
from Stuck on Nothing CD Album (Caroline 2010) —They have a new one coming out soon, but I've only just discovered them.


Melody Den “Amarillo”
from Storylines (Perdition 2013) N L —St. Louis band rockin' nicely.


Buzzcocks “Promises”
from Singles Going Steady CD Album (IRS 1979) —Two and a half minutes of perfection.


Pere Ubu “Another One (Oh Maybellene)”
from Lady from Shanghai (FIRE 2013) N  —One never knows what to expect with a new record from David Thomas and his compatriots.


Wire “Map Ref 41 Degrees N 93 Degrees W”
from 154 (Pink Flag 2006) —Interrupting my train of thought, lines of longitude and latitude.


The Who “Drowned”
from Quadrophenia (MCA 1973) —What can I say but wow?


Half Knots “Drive Away”
from Proof (self 2013) N L —Very good St. Louis band that pops up every now and again.


Steve Forbert “All I Asked of You”
from Over With You (Blue Corn 2012) N  —Mighty purty stuff from Mr. Forbert.


David Olney “Go Down Dupree”
from Robbery & Murder (Deadbeet 2013) N  —An intriguing concept album, on which he fleshes out the stories of Betty and Dupree, and of Delia (familiar from "Delia's Gone."


The Mavericks “Born To Be Blue”
from Suited Up and Ready (Valory 2012) N  —For various reasons, I haven't been checking out the new arrival shelves at the station for a while - I don't know what the story is about this EP, but it's magnificent music.


Dwight Yoakam “Long Way to Go”
from 3 Pears (Warner Brothers 2012) N  —This is just Dwight doing what he's been doing for 30 years.


The Band / Emmylou Harris “Evangeline”
from The Last Waltz (Rhino 1978) —An inspired pairing of singers and song.

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.