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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Feb 20th 2013

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Feb 20th 2013 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


Sam Phillips “Reflecting Light”
from A Boot and a Shoe (Nonesuch 2004) —Sam Phillips opened for David Byrne at The Sheldon, around the time this record came out.


Talking Heads “Sugar On My Tongue”
from Popular Favorites 1976-1992: Sand In the Vaseline (sire 1992) —1975. Their first single. Long before David Byrne played The Sheldon.


Sohail Rana “Cobra Sway”
from "Life Is A Dance!": Plugged-In Sounds Of Wonder At The Pakistani Picture House (B Music 2011) —1970. Today's Music Bed.


Deerhoof “The Trouble With Candyhands”
from Breakup Song (Polyvinyl 2012) N


Nahid Akhtar & Tafo “Shola Sa Barka”
from "Life Is A Dance!": Plugged-In Sounds Of Wonder At The Pakistani Picture House (B Music 2011) —1977. From the same album as our music bed. Something I think that dearly departed KDHX volunteer, Sandy Ellebracht, would have liked.


Daler Mehndi “Dig Dig Daisy”
from Nach Ni Shaam Kaure (Universal Music India Ltd. 2002) —Sandy did like Daler Mehndi, and unlike me, saw him 2 times in St. Louis, once at Fox High School in Arnold and I believe the other time was at The American Theater (?).


Devo “Praying Hands”
from Devo Battles Live:2012 Tour: Live @Bristol UK Dec 7, 1978 (Disc Live Network 2012) —1978. If I could go back in time to a concert, this might be the one I choose.


Zolar X “Timeless” CD Album (Alternative Tentacles www.alternativetentacles.com 2004) —1980. Zolar X started in the early 70s in LA. They are from outer space though.


The Nevermores “Tangerine Submarine”
from Now More Than Never (Trouble In River City tirc.com 2012) L —Playing at the upcoming Garagefest at the Heavy Anchor.


Del Shannon “I Got It Bad (Never Thought I Could)”
from The Liberty Years (EMI 1991) —1966.


The New Main Street Singers “Never Did No Wanderin'”
from A Mighty Wind - The Album (DMZ 2003) —If you haven't seen this classic, now's the time: Christopher Guest, Michael McKeon, Harry Shearer, Parker Posey, Jane lynch, Katherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Fred Willard, Bob Balaban.....


Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers “Hungry Hash House”
from The Essential Charlie Poole (Proper 2011) —1926. However, he did a lot of wandering.


The LoneTones “Rendered”
from Modern Victims (Little Thing Records 2012) N


Brothers Lazaroff “Battle Hymn”
from Hope, Fear, Youth (self 2013) N L —New single. They'll be celebrating their upcoming release HOPE, FEAR, YOUTH at Ciceros Friday 2/22/13, w/ Jump Starts, & Marmalakes (from Austin, TX). The show is a Single release show only the full album has been moved back.


Stew “C'mon Everybody”
from Guest Host (The Telegraph Company 2000)


Yo La Tengo “The Point of It”
from Fade (Matador 2013) N


Tommy Roe “Heather Honey”
from Tommy Roe: Greatest Hits (MCA 1993) —1969. "Oh, Heather Honey, Warm As The Sunshine...You're Love Is So Fine"


Fred Schneider “Sugar In My Hog”
from Just Fred (Reprise 1996) —Fred rocks hard here on this Steve Albini produced album, this track features Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet backing him up. He'll be taking it in a different direction in St. Louis, performing with The Gateway Mens Chorus on March 15 & 16.


Supernova “Best Coat”
from Ages 3 and Up MP3/file Album (Amphetamine Reptile 1995) —Great band certainly influenced by the styles of Devo & The B-52's. Got to se them at Ciceros when this record came out.


The Bad Plus “Seven Minute Mind”
from Made Possible (Eone Music 2012) N


Jimmy Rogers “What Have I Done”
from Jimmy Rogers: The Complete Chess Recordings (MCA Chess 1997) —1957. You got me coo coo baby, coo coo in the head.


Chuck Berry “You Can't Catch Me”
from The Chuck Berry Anthology (Chess Records 2000) —1956.


The Who “Boris The Spider”
from The Ultimate Collection (MCA 2002) —1966. Creepy Crawly.


Thin Lizzy “Waiting For An Alibi”
from Black Rose (Deluxe Edition) (UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 2011) —1979.


Hunters & Collectors “Drinking Bomb”
from The Fireman's Curse (Liberation Music 1983) R


NoMeansNo “The End Of All Things”
from Wrong (Wrong wrongrecords.com 1989)


Vintage Trouble “Nancy Lee”
from The Bomb Shelter Sessions (Cortex 2012) R  —Touring with the Who, the requester told me anyway.

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