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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Apr 1st 2011

Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Apr 1st 2011 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


The Who “Substitute”
from A Quick One (Decca 1966) —That thunderous bass just kills me every time. And Moon's drums. And, well, all of it, really.


The Boomtown Rats “Joey's On the Streets Again”
from The Boomtown Rats (Mercury 1977) —Once upon a time, these guys made great records - a little Thin Lizzy here, a little Springsteen there, and voila! Classic pastiche.


The Fabulous Poodles “Mirror Star”
from Mirror Stars / Think Pink (American Beat 2009) —One of the more tuneful bands allowed on commercial radio back in the late 70s - pub rockers with a Kinks fixation & a violin, very nice.


The New York Dolls “Fool For You Baby”
from Dancing Backwards In High Heels Comp (429 www.429records.com 2011) N  —David Johansen just makes me happy.


North Mississippi Allstars “The Meeting”
from Keys to the Kingdom (Songs of the South www.nmallstars.com/ 2011) —It's always a good idea to ask Mavis Staples to join you on a record - this duet works great!


Solomon Burke & De Dijk “I Gotta Be With You”
from Hold On Tight (Verve Forecast 2011) N  —Solomon Burke had lost none of his vocal skill for this final recording of his career - this song is a thriller.


Blind Boys of Alabama “Have Thine Own Way, Lord”
from Take The High Road (Saguaro Road 2011) N  —The great country singer Jamey Johnson takes the lead on this beautiful Gospel number.


Grease Band “All I Wanna Do”
from The Grease Band (Shelter 1971) —Peter Holsapple posted this song on Facebook the other day - this was the band that had backed Joe Cocker on the Mad Dogs & Englishmen tour. Great song.


Roky Erickson “Bermuda”
from Don't Slander Me (Pink Dust 1986) —I grew up near Bermuda Road, and boy, was I confused when I heard about the Bermuda Triangle. Roky, however, was never confused about it. "It's just the innocent Devil's triangle."


The Dead Boys “Sonic Reducer”
from Yound Loud and Snotty (sire 1977) —Just about a perfect punk rock record.


The Baseball Project “Twilight of My Career”
from Vol. 2 - High and Inside (Bonus Version) (Yep Roc Records 2011) N  —In honor of opening day yesterday, let's sing about Roger Clemens.


Edwyn Collins “What Is My Role?”
from Losing Sleep (Heavenly 2010) N  —A more rockin' number from Mr. Collins' new one.


Aztec Camera “Oblivious”
from High Land, Hard Rain (Sire Records 1983) —Once upon a time, Roddy Frame of Aztec Camera and Edwyn Collins of Orange Juice were among the brightest young songwriters of a generation.


Ocean Colour Scene “The Riverboat Song”
from Moseley Shoals (MCA 1996) N  —A new deluxe reissue of this collection reminds me that I heard almost no more exciting riff-rock song in the 90s than this one.


The Small Ponds “Loneliness”
from Caitlin Cary & Matt Douglas Are The Small Ponds (Last Chance 2011) N  —I'm always happy to check out something new from Caitlin Cary.


The Kinks “Oklahoma USA”
from Muswell Hillbillies (RCA 1971) —One of the most beautiful songs Ray Davies ever wrote, about dreaming about a musical.


Simon & Garfunkel “So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright”
from Bridge Over Troubled Water (Columbia 1970) N  —One of those quiet numbers in between the big giant hits.


Paul Revere & The Raiders “Let Me”
from The Essential Paul Revere & the Raiders (Legacy 2011) N  —It's all about knowing the value of the cowbell!


Paul Revere & The Raiders “Just Seventeen”
from The Essential Paul Revere & the Raiders (Legacy 2011) N  —The sheer number of great records these guys made boggles the mind - with and without a cowbell!


Peter Bjorn & John “Second Chance”
from Gimme Some (Columbia 2011) N  —Maybe they'll do for the modern cowbell what they did a few years ago for the modern whistler.


Duran Duran “Safe”
from All You Need Is Now (Tape Modern 2011) N  —Bonus cowbell song, featuring guest vocals by one Ana Matronic.


Any Trouble “As Lovers Do”
from Wheels In Motion (Stiff 1981) —These guys should have been stars - they had so many great songs that we should all be singing with warm nostalgia.


Poi Dog Pondering “Sweet Thing”
from Audio Love Letter (Platetectonic 2011) N  —I haven't heard anything from these guys in years, and here's a nice Van Morrison cover on their new EP.


Ha Ha Tonka “Problem Solver”
from Death of a Decade (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2011) N  —There are a lot of things to love about this song, but it's the backing vocals that really elevate it in my mind.


Buddy Miller “God's Winged Horse”
from Buddy Miller & the Majestic Silver Strings (New West 2011) N  —That's Buddy Miller, Marc Ribot & Bill Frisell playing acoustic guitars together, with Gred Leisz on pedal steel, and Buddy & Julie Miller singing. That's some talent, folks.


Abigail Washburn “Divine Bell”
from City of Refuge (Rounder www.rounder.com 2011) N  —Washburn doesn't do a lot of folk stuff on this record, but this is a corker.


Gibson Brothers “Walkin' West to Memphis”
from Help My Brother (Compass www.compassrecords.com 2011) N  —It's always nice to hear from one of my fave bluegrass outfits.


Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers “Rare Bird Alert” (Rounder www.rounder.com 2011) N  —And a rousing instrumental from the biggest selling act in bluegrass.


Tracy Nelson “I Know It's a Sin”
from Victim of the Blues (Delta Groove 2011) N  —This woman sure can sing - this Jimmy Reed song sounds incredible here.


Lucinda Williams “Copenhagen”
from Blessed Single (Lost Highway www.losthighwayrecords.com 2011) N  —I love the breathless quality of the verses, and the loving sound of the chorus, and that nasty guitar tone against the sweet pedal steel.


Steve Earle “Meet Me In the Alleyway”
from I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive (New West 2011) N  —Steve Earle goes for the T Bone Burnett production - new album due out Apr. 26.


Brad Mehldau “Exit Music (For A Film)”
from Live in Marciac (Nonesuch 2011) N  —He'll be at Jazz at the Bistro next Wednesday & Thursday.


Charlie Haden Quartet West “If I'm Lucky”
from Sophisticated Ladies (Decca 2011) N  —Melody Gardot sings this lovely ditty opening up the latest from Charlie Haden and his always enjoyable Quartet West.


Christine Collister “Hynm to Grace”
from Into the Light (Topic 2003) —A riveting, compelling version of the Roddy Frame solo song.


Elvis Costello “The Spell That You Cast”
from National Ransom (Hear Music 2010) —Elvis C. rocks out.


Rum Drum Ramblers “Hometown Blues”
from Mean Scene (Big Muddy Records 2011) N L —Go ahead, just try to resist these guys. I certainly can't.


Bessie Smith “Jail-House Blues”
from The Essential Bessie Smith (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1997) —One of the greatest vocalists of the 20th Century.


Jimmie Dale Gilmore “Your Love Is My Rest”
from One Endless Night (Rounder www.rounder.com 2000) —Gilmore owns this version so much that I actually forgot it was a John Hiatt song until I just pulled it out.


Joe Bonamassa “Tennessee Plates”
from Dust Bowl (J & R Adventures www.jbonamassa.com 2011) N  —I never forget John Hiatt's perfect original of this, but he and Vince Gill join Bonamassa on a pretty nice new version here.


The Beau Brummels “I'm a Sleeper”
from Bradley's Barn (Collector's Choice 1968) —Thanks to Spencer Marquart for putting this one in my head the other day via the magic of Facebook.

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