Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for August 15 2010

Hold on , it cant stay this hot forever.
Hope you are somewhere comfortable , kicking it and listening to the cool tunes.
This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions. Make sure and leave a link if you can, so we can find the music too.
New to me this week:
Tyondai Braxton
Here We Go Magic
Hudson Mohawke
Otis Taylor
young and brave
Florene
Gabvin Bryars
Julian Lynch

Joanna Newsom – ‘”81″ – Have One On Me

The Bad Plus – “Flim” – These Are The Vistas

Roxy Music – “Avalon” - Avalon

Young and Brave - “You’ll Never Get Out Of Dallas” - Young and Brave

Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra – “Jamaica Shout” – Hawkins Vol.01 – 1929-1934

Hot Chip - “Wrestlers” – Made in the Dark

John Jacob Niles – “The Old Woman and the Pig” – American Folk & Gambling Songs

Sly & The Family Stone – “If You Want Me To Stay” – The Essential Sly & The Family Stone

Florene - “What’s A Rave” - Homemade Extacy

Stereo Lab -” Self Portrait with Electric Brain” – Chemical Chords

Gavin Bryars – “3. Tramp with Orchestra (no strings)” – Bryars: Jesus’ Blood has Never Failed Me Yet

1910 Fruitgum Company – “1,2,3 Red Light (Buddha Remastered 2001)” - The Best of the 1910 Fruitgum Co.

The Dresden Dolls – “Coin-Operated Boy” – The Dresden Dolls

Alfred Drake/Rogers Hammerstein – “Pore Jud Is Daid” – Oklahoma! (Selections)

Julian Lynch -” A Day at the Racetrack” – Mare

Etta James -” Do Right Woman – Do Right Man” – Tell Mama – The Complete Muscle Shoals Sessions

Wye Oak – “I Hope You Die”- Merge Records 2010 Digital Sampler

Tyondai Braxton – “Uffe’s Woodshop” – Central Market

Wes Montgomery – “Windy” – Greatest Hits

Here We Go Magic – “Hibernation” – Pigeons [+Digital Booklet]

Frank Stokes – “Tain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do” – The Best Of Frank Stokes

North Texas Wind Symphony / Eugene Migliaro Corporon – Circuits – Composer’s Collection: Cindy McTee

Hudson Mohawke - Gluetooth – Butter

Otis Taylor - Lost My Horse – White African

Andy Summers / Victor Biglione – Django – Strings Of Desire

Sleep Whale – Light Tunnel – Houseboat

Bee Gees - New York Mining Disaster 1941 – Best Of

Mr. Bungle – Sweet Charity (Album Version) – California

Gene Pitney – Only Love Can Break A Heart – Gene Pitney – 25 All-Time Greatest Hits

  • Paul Slavens

    I am here and ready for your communication.

  • Ron Bulla

    Greetings Paul- “Walken” by Wilco, “The Outsider” by Rodney Crowell, “Phenomenal Woman” by Ruthie Foster. Nothing ground breaking, but good songs all. Wishing coolness and rain on my Texas friends.

  • Ron Bulla
  • Ron Bulla

    Wow. My first posting of a music link. Alert the media.

  • Paul Slavens

    thank you
    looks like you got the place to yourself tonite

  • Philip

    Hey, it’s me again. How about “Things in Life” by Dennis Brown? Classic Reggae. “All I Want” by Bobby McFerrin in the album Simple Pleasures for something more vocal.

    An album to check out (heard it reviewed on NPR) is “Yes We Can: Songs About Leaving Africa”; a compilation rap/hip-hop album that features all African artists.

    Thanks Paul

    love this show! (accidentally posted this on your other blog for Track by Track)

  • Ron Bulla
  • Regan

    Something off Slayers newest album.

    Or some Paul Simon. Or something off the Passion Sources album, (Peter Gabriel’s label).

  • Paul Slavens

    Slayer?
    well, that sounds like an interesting challenge
    ok
    I will check it out
    thanks

  • untcampbell

    Great show. Thanks for challenging me with the interesting and eclectic mix.

  • David C.

    Hmmm, Hot Chip, Roxy Music…. all that’s needed is Dizzee Rascal (a good well-known track from his is “Holiday”), and you will have the big names in London’s “Love Box”.

    I am loving the variety tonight.

    something from the album…

    Janaelle Monae’s “Archandroid”,
    Mike Patton’s “Mondo Cane”,
    Micachu’s “Jewelry”
    Fuck Button’s “Tarot Sport”.

    I hope for cooler weather as well! Chill music shall help!

  • Paul Slavens

    thanks for coming along for the ride!

  • dan

    g spot tornado my ass. it sounded like pre-red crimson. totally cool, btw. maybe next week you can hit us with the real deal. something off starless and bible black perhaps. keep up the good work. you rock paul.

  • listener mark

    The new Books record, The Way Out, is finally here and man is it good. I think “The Story of Hip Hop” would be an interesting track to share with the congregation. Hallelujah!

  • Gthing

    How bout some Tea Leaf Green.. A Piano Jam Band from San Fran…

    Heres Apocalyptic Cowboy…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc9pEpQuOGA

    or Innocence…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO9n_9h_CjU&feature=related

    or Standing Still

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFad8TpWtno&feature=related

    http://www.tealeafgreen.com

  • Paul Slavens

    Already played so much of the new Books record the last couple weeks I figured I better give them a rest. I love that band.

  • steward

    Harry Patch (In Memory Of) – Radiohead

  • Paul Slavens

    thanks for writing in everyone
    I will see you back here next week
    cheers
    p

  • Ron Bulla

    purshee-ate-it

  • http://www.myspace.com/youngandbravetx Young and Brave

    Thanks so much for playing a song from our album Paul! We love your show and are honored that we got to be a part of it tonight. It’s great to see someone fighting the good fight for local music.

  • Chelsea

    I wasn’t able to write last night, but I have two artists I think you should check out. One is a band out of Charlotte, NC called Matrimony. I love their song “Flee or Fight”. Their music can be found on their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Matrimony/243191776665?ref=ts#!/pages/Matrimony/243191776665?v=app_19507961798&ref=ts

    The other is a musician from Pennsylvania who recorded here in Dallas named Kim Edwards. Her song “It Was Me” is poignant and sweet. It can be found on her MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/kimedwardsmusic