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Spinitron - KDHX: Bittersweet Melody Wed Dec 19th 2012

Bittersweet Melody (Music)

Wed Dec 19th 2012 5.00am–7.00am

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

Time zone: central


Norah Jones “OUT ON the ROAD”
from Little Broken Hearts (Blue Note 2012) N  —RIP Ravi Shankar, Norah's father.


Bettye LaVette “Outside Woman”
from Souvenirs (Art Soul 2000)


The Pretenders “The English Roses”
from Pretenders II (sire 1981)


Pink Nasty “Take You All On”
from Pink Nasty (none 2010) —Pink Nasty, aka, Sara Beck, is from Texas via Kansas. Her brother, rapper Black Nasty, produced this album.


The Runaways “American Nights”
from The Runaways (Cherry Red 2003)


The Who “Drowned”
from Quadrophenia (Super Deluxe Edition) (MCA 2011)


Dinosaur Jr. “Watch the Corners”
from I Bet on Sky (Jagjaguwar 2012) N


Ben Howard “The Wolves”
from Every Kingdom (Island 2011) —Released late in 2011 in the UK, I'm just now hearing this ... music to my ears.


Frontier Ruckus “Eternity Of Dimming”
from Eternity of Dimming (Quite Scientific Records 2013) N  —The new 20 song double album from this Michigan roots-rock band is due out January 29, 2013.


Pernice Brothers “PCH One”
from Live A Little (Ashmont Records 2006)


Patrick Park “Silence and Storm”
from Come What Will (Badman 2010)


The Guthries “Season to Leave”
from Off Windmill (Hay Sale Records 2000) —From the terrific unheralded debut album by this Nova Scotia, CA based alt-country band who only released 2 albums, both in the early 00's. And was led by 2 of Anne Murray's nephews.


Uncle Tupelo “D. Boon”
from Still Feel Gone (Rockville 1991) L —So begins a set by the band and its offshoots that deserve the most credit (or blame) for starting Bittersweet Melody.


Son Volt “Drown”
from Trace CD Album (Warner Bros. 1995)


Wilco “I Got You (At the End of the Century)”
from Being There (Reprise 1996)


Uncle Tupelo “Whiskey Bottle”
from No Depression (Rockville 1990) L


The Decemberists “Don't Carry It All”
from The King Is Dead (Capitol Records 2011) —What better way to get you prepared for my two episode Top 25 of 2012 than by playing a track from my favorite album of 2011.


Sea Wolf “The Traitor”
from White Water, White Bloom (Dangerbird 2009) —Woke up to this song on my clock radio and immediately knew I had to get it on air.


Free Energy “Dance All Night”
from Love Sign (Free Energy 2013) N  —From the new album, their 2nd, due out on January 15 on their own Free People label. They'll be at the Old Rockhouse on Thursday, January 24.


The Grapes Of Wrath “Good To See You”
from SINGLES (EMI Canada 2012) N  —From a new collection of this great jangly 80's band from British Columbia.


The Posies “Take Care Of Yourself”
from Blood/Candy (Ryko 2010)


A.C. Newman “Encyclopedia of Classic Takedowns”
from Shut Down the Streets (Matador 2012) N


Belly “Seal My Fate”
from King (Reprise 1995)


Jill Andrews “A Little Less”
from The Mirror (Liam 2011) —Jill will be at Off Broadway opening for Bob Schneider. The show will be Tuesday, February 5.

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