The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for July 25, 2010

Hey kids!

Lots of new music this week and some things that I really dig!  This is where you can leave polite comments and turn me and other readers on to music ideas and suggestions for things to check out and play.  Please leave a link to where you can purchase the music if possible.

New to me this week:
Melatone Sisters
The Do
Johnny Nash
Jeff Simmons
Don Gibson
Henry Cow
Kentuch Colonels
Sleigh Bells
LehMoJoe
The Cool Kids

Tonight’s playlist:

Ella Fitzgerald, “Too Darn Hot,” The Complete Ella Fitzgerald
Song Books

Animal Collective, “Lion In A Coma,” Merriweather Post Pavilion
Melotone Sisters With Amaqola Band, “I Sivenoe,” Next Stop … Soweto –
Township Sounds From The Golden Age Of Mbaqangwa

Whiskey Folk Ramblers, “Horrors In The Kitchen,” And There Are Devils

The Dø,
“Unissasi Laulelet,” A Mouthful
Ted Leo & The Pharmacists, “Bartolomeo And The Buzzing Of Bees,” The
Brutalist Bricks

Johnny Nash, “Love Ain’t Nothin’ (But A Monkey On Your Back),” Chess Soul –
A Decade Of Chicago’s Finest Disc 1

School Of Seven Bells, “Babelonia,” Disconnect From Desire

Jeff Simmons, “Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up,” (Album Version) Lucille Has
Messed My Mind Up

Francis Poulenc, “Sonate Pour Flute Et Piano FP 164” – Presto Giocoso
Francis Poulenc –
The 5 Sonatas With Piano
The Stooges, “Gimme Danger,” Raw Power
Patsy Cline, “Heartaches,” The Definitive Collection

Jerry Corbetta & Sugarloaf, “Don’t Call Us – We’ll Call You,” Don’t Call
Us-We’ll Call You

Mark Mothersbaugh, “Zissou Society Blue Star Cadets / Ned’s Theme Take
1,” The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Andre 3000, “Dracula’s Wedding,” (Feat. Kelis) Speakerboxxx/The Love
Below

Rasputina, “Humankind, as the Sailor,” Sister Kinderhook
Wayne Shorter, “Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum,” Speak No Evil
Don Gibson, “Sea Of Heartbreak,” Greatest Hits, Volume 3 & 4

Ishi,
“Turn Away,” Through The Trees
Henry Cow, “Bittern Storm Over Ulm,” Unrest
Kentucky Colonels, “There Ain’t Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone,” Long
Journey Home
Sleigh Bells, “Run The Heart,” Treats

James Brown, “Sex Machine,” (Readymade Jazz Defector Remix) Dynamite X
Gerry & The Pacemakers, “Ferry Cross The Mersey,” The Singles Plus
Mort Garson, “Aquarius,” Electronic Hair Pieces
LehtMoJoe, “Times Up,” Spaghetti Western

The Books, “I Didn’t Know That,” The Way Out
The Cool Kids, “Gold and a Pager,” The Bake Sale (Radio Version)
Autechre, “Iris was a Pupil,Move Of Ten

  • Stephen Douglas

    Hey Paul!

    Long time no hear. This is Richard from Seagoville’s friend. I have some fresh requests from Ricardo.

    Can you play “Ocyssey” by KISS from the “Music for the Elder” CD?

    Thanks and keep spinning!

    Steve

  • Paul Slavens

    wow, a KISS request right off the bat
    believe it or not I am not familiar with this piece
    I will chek it and spin it if possible
    nice to hear from you again
    cheers

  • Mike

    thanks for the AC play from the request last week. when you get a chance sometime, check out the laughing stock album by talk talk. not too many radio friendly songs but worth a listen; it’s different.

  • Regan

    The Ink Spots, or King Missile, or Roy Orbison, or something by Paul Slavens.

  • Byron

    Hi Paul great show so far. Here is a suggestion for tonight or future shows. The Reputation “Some Senseless Day” Thanks
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000XUJY6S/ref=dm_mu_dp_trk8

  • Paul Slavens

    excellent
    I probably won’t be playing the Paul Slavens.
    That guy is a hack.

  • Mike W

    Hey P,
    I know you’re a Books fan. The new cd has some great stuff on it.

  • Paul Slavens

    New Books coming up in about 45 minutes !!!!!

  • John Hoss

    Hey Paul, good show tonight!
    Bad Design – Friend or Foe or Lightning Strikes Twice

  • Sheldon

    Kentuch Colonels, is that the correct spelling? I’m not finding anything on them in google. Thanks.

  • Paul Slavens

    Got it, I will check those tracks out special.

  • Kavin.

    This week I discovered a a couple of forgotten classic albums by The Pretty Things, “Parachute” and “SF Sorrow”. I think I like Parachute best, it was Rolling Stone’s album of the year in 1970. Heard of those?

  • Paul Slavens

    Nope, never heard of ’em.
    Thanks.

    I will go lookin’.

  • i emailed you some suggestions before, but i don’t remember if i mentioned Irfan?

    http://www.amazon.com/Irfan/dp/B0007LPRUA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1280845577&sr=1-3

    right now this (& Ruth Welcome http://thehighhat.com/Potlatch/006/Welcome_Letterly.html –not much on the internet, but i have a couple tracks up at http://steampunk.ning.com/profile/michaelhelsem) are my favorite artists to listen to…

    also, i have put my weirdo electronica cd up for free at

    http://hedgehogcoitus.bandcamp.com/

    thanx,

    m.

  • Annette Marin

    Listen to Efterklang. Amazing. They will play a festival in Frisco in September.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbS32_u466M