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Spinitron - KDHX: Sound Salvation Fri Jan 17th 2014

Sound Salvation (Music)

Fri Jan 17th 2014 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


Bobby Fuller Four “Let Her Dance”
from I Fought The Law: The Best Of Bobby Fuller Four (Del-Fi 2002) —A joyous song about losing your love.


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.


The Dirtbombs “It's Gonna Be Alright”
from Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-Blooey! (In The Red 2013) N  —The most ambitious of all garage bands these days.


Warren Zevon “Things to Do In Denver When You're Dead”
from I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (An Anthology) (Rhino 1996) —What a crazy song.


The Cramps “Goo Goo Muck”
from File Under Sacred Music - The Early Singles 1978-1981 (Munster 2011) —The original version, spookier and somehow more spacious than the album version.


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.


Jason & The Scorchers “Fear Not Gear Rot”
from Halcyon Times (Jerkin' Crocus 2010) —Just an infectiously giddy number.


Craig Finn “No Future”
from Clear Heart Full Eyes (Vagrant www.vagrant.com 2012) —What's happening with Craig and/or the Hold Steady these days?


Scott Kempner “Love Among the Ruins”
from Tenement Angels (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 1992) —The first solo album by the Del-Lords frontman was one heck of a cool record, and it's been criminally overlooked for 22 years.


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!


Eleni Mandell “Miracle of Five” (Zedtone 2007) —Beautiful love song.


Magnolia Summer “Ulysses Contract”
from The Hill or the Climb (Undertow 2014) N L —CD Release party tomorrow night at Off Broadway with Grace Basement opening.


Christy McWilson “Darkness Darkness”
from Bed of Roses (Hightone 2002) —One of the best covers of this Youngbloods classic I've ever heard.


Shelby Lynne “Brother Where Are You”
from Sweet Relief Vol 3: Pennies From Heaven (Universal 2013) N  —Stunning cover of the Oscar Brown Jr. song.


Ethan Johns “Don't Reach Too Far”
from If Not Now Then When? (Three Crows Music 2013) —The same three chords as "Gloria," with a change every now and again. That's rock'n'roll.


John Lee Hooker “Little Boy Bue”
from Detroit Blues 1950-1951 (Collectables 1992) —The young Hooker, already fully formed and brilliant.


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.


Jefferson Airplane “Two Heads”
from After Bathing At Baxter's (RCA 1967) —With each passing year, I get more and more impressed by these guys in their prime.


The La's “Liberty Ship”
from The La's (Go! Discs 1990) —One stunning album, and then nothing. One and done.


Sleepy Kitty “Godard Protagonist Inflection”
from Projection Room (Euclid 2013) N L —Album release party tonight at Off Broadway, with three other bands.


New Order “Bizarre Love Triangle”
from (the best of) New Order (Qwest 1994) —It's amazing how good these guys still sound.


Elvis Costello and the Roots “(She Might Be A) Grenade”
from Wise Up Ghost and Other Songs (Blue Note 2013) N  —This track is so damn deep - it's all about ?uestlove's drums!


Sly & The Family Stone “I Remember”
from Higher! (Epic / Legacy 2013) N  —How did they sit on stuff this good all these years?


Marvin Gaye “Right On”
from What's Going On (Motown 1971) —It's all about the groove.


Sarah Bollinger “Call Me Home”
from Both / And (self-released 2013) N L —St. Louis soul singer who can belt it out with the best of them.


Mary Gauthier “For Rose”
from Filth & Fire (Signature Sounds www.signaturesounds.com 2002) —Though I didn't discover her until a few years ago, Gauthier has been magnificent for a long time. I only recently first heard this gorgeous song.


Preservation Hall Jazz Band “I Think I Love You”
from That's It! (Legacy Recordings 2013) N  —Sadly, not a Partridge Family cover, but a lovely little song, nonetheless.


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.


Sonny Landreth featuring Eric Johnson “The Milky Way Home”
from From the Reach (Proper 2008) —Landreth has way more imagination than Johnson, but they both have spectacular skills, and Johnson sounds invigorated by the challenge of playing with the master.


House of Brunettes “Tomorrow Has Come and Gone”
from Life In Stereo (RittLaboratories 2013) N  —Guitar-based rock band from Chicago that kicks serious butt. Great tunes, great playing.


Arctic Monkeys “No. 1 Party Anthem”
from AM (Domino 2013) —That's an ironic title, by the way.


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.


Casper & the Cookies “Take It Away, Kathy”
from Oh! (Happy Happy Birthday to Me Records 2005) —I'm pretty sure I saw these guys at the Way Out Club when this record was new.


The Thin Dimes “Fixin'”
from The Thin Dimes (self-released 2013) N L —St. Louis band I know nothing about but I like this.


Greg Leisz “Wild Mountain Thyme”
from The Big E: A Salute To Steel Guitarist Buddy Emmons (MPI 2013) N  —Leisz has probably played on as many records as Buddy Emmons did, so this is an appropriate choice to pay tribute.


Krystle Warren “I Don't Know”
from Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the work of Kate McGarrigle (Nonesuch 2013) N  —I've now encountered her on two tribute albums, and she sings exceptionally beautifully. I hope I can find her own records some time.


Pete Anderson “Rock In My Shoe”
from Birds Above Guitarland (Little Dog 2013) N  —When did Anderson become such an effective singer?

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