Sponsored By

Become a Sponsor

KDHX Playlist Info:

Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Oct 25th 2013

Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Oct 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


Dennis McGee “Mon Chere Bebe Creole”
from The Return of the Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of (Yazoo) —It remains my belief that in a previous life I was a Cajun - I just love all the music from down there with a completely uncritical ear. Although this is particularly sweet, I'll tell you what.


Clifton Chenier “Let's Rock a While”
from King Of The Bayous (Arhoolie 1970) —He really was the king, wasn't he?


Slim Harpo “What A Dream”
from Sings Raining In My Heart (Excello 1961) —Nobody sang the blues with such a dirty smoothness like Slim Harpo.


Johnny guitar watson “I Love to Love You”
from Hot Just Like TNT (Ace 1996) —Man, that guitar stings sweet!


Little Willie John “You Hurt Me”
from 28 Big Ones (King 2001) —As Tom Russell put it, Willie was a great blues singer.


Johnnie Taylor “Hello Sundown”
from RAW BLUES (stax 2006) —Hello sundown, I'm so glad you're here / I've been waiting so long for you to appear.


The Holmes Brothers “How Can I Love You”
from Soul Street (Rounder www.rounder.com 1993) —Just rock solid country soul.


Hortense Ellis “Hold Me Tenderly”
from Duke Reid's Nuclear Weapon (Sanctuary 2003) —Mid-sixties Jamaica was a musically magical place.


The Slide Brothers “Motherless Children”
from Robert Randolph Presents: The Slide Brothers (Concord 2013) N  —This cut smokes!


Robert Randolph & The Family Band “Take the Party”
from Lickety Split (Dare 2013) N  —Trombone Shorty helps bring the funk! He'll be at the Old Rock House Nov. 11, though Robert Randolph won't.


The Mavericks “In Another's Arms”
from In Time (The Valory Music Company 2013) N  —Raul Malo's voice makes me swoon.


Shannon McNally “I Don't Want to Know”
from Small Town Talk (Songs of Bobby Charles) (Sacred Sumac 2013) N  —Great singer covering great songwriter!


Wilco “Hate It Here”
from Sky Blue Sky (Nonesuch 2007) —One of my fave Wilco songs, very soulful.


Richard Thompson “Where's Home?”
from Electric (New West 2013) N  —Really, I don't know why so many sad songs are coming up in a row - I feel pretty darn good this morning.


Dr. Dog “Phenomenon”
from B-Room (Anti- 2013) N  —They just announced a concert at the Pageant in March. That's 4 1/2 months away. Almost a new baseball season.


Elvis Costello and the Roots “(She Might Be a) Grenade”
from Wise Up Ghost and Other Songs (Blue Note 2013) N  —Damn! ?uestlove rules!


The James Hunter Six “Chicken Switch”
from Minute By Minute (Concord 2013) N  —I don't think I can dance slick enough to match this song, but I sure feel like trying whenever I hear it.


Sly & The Family Stone “Dance to the Music”
from Higher! (Epic / Legacy 2013) N  —Listening to this on headphones the other day was a revelation, as though I'd never heard it before.


Mose Allison “Do Nothing 'Til You Hear From Me”
from Greatest Hits (Fantasy 1980) —Mose sings Duke.


The Clovers “Love Potion No. 9”
from The Doo Wop Box II (Rhino 1996) —What a great song to get stuck in your head randomly, as happened to me yesterday morning.


Greg Kihn Band “The Break Up Song (They Don't Write 'Em Like That Anymore)”
from Anthology: All the Right Reasons (Castle 2001) —It's been 32 years since they wrote 'em like this.


Johnny Thunders “Blame It On Mom”
from Born Too Loose (The Best of Johnny Thunders) (Jungle 1999) —When he wasn't nodding out, Thunders could rock.


Sex Robots “Jet Awesome”
from Sex Robots (Roadhouse Tunes! 2006) L —One of the few punk bands I've liked in the last 20 years.


Julian Cope “Bandy's First Jump”
from World Shut Your Mouth (Mercury 1985) —What a great record this was all those years ago.


The Beatles “Back In the USSR”
from The Beatles (Apple 2009) —On the way the paperback was on my knee. Maybe he needs a Kindle.


Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Always”
from Mosquito (Interscope 2013) N  —A caller said this reminded her of Cocteau Twins, and I can hear that.


Toshi Reagon “Happy and Satisfied”
from The Righteous Ones (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1999) —Do ya, do ya, do ya want to fall in love.


L'Orchestre Afrizam “Mwana Me”
from Sambi Noko Ya Libala, Vol. 1 (Ngoyart 2003) —Gorgeous and sultry African music.


Inner Circle “We 'A' Rockers”
from Rockers: Original Soundtrack (Mango 1978) —I'd completely forgotten the joyous spring of this one.


Curtis Mayfield “The Makings of You”
from Curtis (Rhino 1970) —Curtis Mayfield knows his way around a love song.


The Viceroys “Slogan On the Wall”
from The Viceroys at Studio One: Ya Ho (Heartbeat * 1995) —Dark and intoxicating sound.


Smokey Robinson & The Miracles “The Tracks of My Tears”
from The Ultimate Collection (Motown 1997) —Sheer perfection, right?


The Soul Rebels “We Gon' Take Your Body”
from Unlock Your Mind (Universal Music Group International 2012) —Brass band funk!


Béla Fleck & The Flecktones “P'lod In the House”
from The Hidden Land (Columbia 2006) —This tune is so catchy & cool.


Roy Buchanan “Soul Dressing (Live)”
from Sweet Dreams: The Anthology (Polydor 1992) —There are times he played guitar as well as anybody in the world.


Buddy Guy “All That Makes Me Happy Is the Blues”
from Rhythm & Blues (RCA 2013) N  —I feel a little better knowing someone hurts the way I do. What a song!


Della Mae “Mabeline”
from This World Oft Can Be (Rounder www.rounder.com 2013) N  —Why aren't these women getting more attention? Great songs, great vocals.


Court Yard Hounds “A Guy Like You”
from Amelita (Columbia 2013) N  —I'm sitting here alone on Sunday.


Chuck Mead “No Requests”
from Journeyman's Wager (Grassy Knoll Records 2009) —The bane of a musician's existence.


Robbie Fulks “The Many Disguises of God”
from Gone Away Backward (Bloodshot www.bloodshotrecords.com 2013) N  —One of these days, I'm gonna have to really sit down with this record, because it's very intriguing stuff.


Martin Carthy “Eggs In Her Basket”
from The Collection (Topic 1993) —Oh, how I love the music of this man.


Aoife O'Donovan “Lay My Burden Down”
from Fossils (Yep Roc 2013) N  —What a singer! What a song!


Doc & Merle Watson “Omie Wise”
from The Definitive Doc Watson (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 2013) N  —Listening to this two disc compilation reminded me of just how great Doc Watson was. And who doesn't love a good murder ballad?


Steve Martin & Edie Brickell “King of Boys”
from Love Has Come For You (Rounder www.rounder.com 2013) N  —Was Edie Brickell always this good or is it an extra fruitful collaboration?

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