Sound Salvation (Music)
Fri Jan 17th 2014 7.00am–10.00am
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Time zone: central
The Nashville Teens “Tobacco Road” Single (One Way 1964) —When I think of this song, which was done by many, many people, this is usually the version I think of.
X “Unheard Music”
from Los Angeles (Rhino 2001) —Songs like this one helped to establish the existence of a nationwide musical underground back in the day.
The Band “King Harvest (Has Surely Come)”
from The Band (Capitol Records 1969) —I love Robertson's opening guitar licks on this cut - well, I love the rest of it, too, but what an intro!
The Gunbunnies “The Killing Frost”
from Paw Paw Patch (Virgin 1990) —Once upon a time, this band was at the center of a feud of sorts between me and Thomas Crone. Well, this band and Robert Johnson. Anyway, we're cool now. And I still love this band.
Bill Kirchen “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry”
from Seeds and Stems (Proper 2013) N —Not the first time he's recorded this, but it's always a pleasure to hear him do anything.
Tim Finn “Don't Bury My Heart”
from The Big Canoe (Virgin 1986) —I keep getting hooked by this old album that I didn't hear until last year.
Flying House “Centered on the Wheel (feat. Rebecca Ryan, Lily Ibur & Bella Ibur)”
from Blues For Wolfman (self 2013) N L —I love the fact that the Ibur brothers are back making great music.
Grant Hart “It Isn't Love”
from The Argument (Domino 2013) N —Ex-Husker Du drummer has an ambitious and largely successful new record.
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