The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for October 10, 2010

Hey there,
great weather, football, autumn colors. Its been a rockin week.
Here is where you can hip me to new music, local music or old stuff you think
we all might have missed. Or just a plain old music suggestion is always great to hear.
Remember to leave a link to where the music can be bought.

New to me this week:
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Glasser
Castanets
Lauren Adelle

Set list

Edith Piaf – “Non – Je Ne Regrette Rien” – Edith Piaf – The Best Of

Harry Nilsson – “Blanket For A Sail” – Knnillssonn

Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - “Home” – Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

Randy Newman – “Sail Away” – Sail Away

16 Horsepower – “I Seen What I Saw” – Sackcloth ‘n’ Ashes

Björk -” I See Who You Are (Feat. Min Xiao-Fen)” – Volta

Puerto Plata -“Mujer De Cabaret” – Mujer De Cabaret

Mance Lipscomb – “You Gonna Quit Me” - Texas Songster

Emily Elbert - “Lazy” – Proof

Nat King Cole – “You Are My Sunshine” – Ultra-Lounge: Nursery Rhythms!

Devo -“Uncontrollable Urge” – Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!

Glasser – “Mirrorage” – Ring

Shel Silverstein – “Crocodile’s Toothache” – Where the Sidewalk Ends

Van Morrison – “The Way Young Lovers Do “- Astral Weeks: Live at the Ho..

Asobi Seksu – “Walk On The Moon” – Asobi Seksu

Art Ensemble Of Chicago – “Theme De Celine “- Les Stances a Sophie

The Beatles – “The Night Before” – Help!

Belle & Sebastian – “I can see your future” – Write about Love

The Beach Boys -” The Warmth Of The Sun” (2007 Digital Remaster) – The Warmth Of The Sun

Astor Piazzola – “Oblivion” – The Best Of Astor Piazzolla

Tangle Eye -” O Death” – Alan Lomax’s Southern Journey Remixed

The Beaten Sea – “Grave Clothes” – The Beaten Sea

Creedence Clearwater Revival – “Lodi” – Green River

Castanets -“Cathedral 4 (The Unbreaking Branch and Song)” – Cathedral

Fleetwood Mac – “Rattlesnake Shake”- Best Of British Blues – Volume 1

Tom Lehrer -” I hold your hand in mine” – Songs by Tom Lehrer (1953)

Carmen Miranda – “Boneca De Pixe” – Raízes do Samba

Television – “See No Evil” – Marquee Moon

Erzsebet Tusa - “Nr. 7 Marcia delle bestie; Comodo” – Bartok Piano Music

Ellen Allien – “Alles Sehen” - Berlinette

Lauren Adelle With Colin Boyd – “Bad Boys” – Mi Amor

The Divine Comedy – “Dumb It Down” – Regeneration

Deerhunter - “Basement Scene” - Halcyon Digest

Fats Waller -“Beat It Out” – Portrait Vol. 2

  • paul slavens

    I am here and ready for your transmissions.
    suggest me some cool music.

  • Tom Ottinger

    Have you ever play anything by pianist Nik Bartsch? His ensemble is “Nik Bartsch’s Ronin”. Their album “Holon” is very interesting. Minimal, evolving. I purchased this from Amazon.

    Have enjoyed your show for several years. Hope that KXT will include more diverse music programming (such as your show) as it evolves. KXT’s current programming direction is too limited in my opinion.

    Keep up the good work.

  • Russ

    Wow, Ginny Mac last week (told you she was good), Edith Piaf this week, who knows – maybe Brandi Carlile’s “Story” next week.

  • paul slavens

    Brandi Carlile? cool , never heard of her
    Nik Bartsch? coool. definitely never heard of him

    thanks yall

  • Regan

    Jenny Lewis Black Sand
    Pogues- Fairytale of New York
    Burl Ives- Old Witch, Old Witch

  • paul slavens

    far out Regan
    good picks

  • Kaila

    Play us a song, Paul!
    Moze Allison -Middle Class White Boy.
    Shawn Phillips
    Jesse Colin Young -Gray Day
    Karen Dalton

    Eh???!?!?!
    Thanks!

  • Kaila

    Oh, and some Wilco?

  • miguelito

    Talk Talk – New Grass (off the Laughing Stock album)

  • Randy Riddile

    My ‘must hear’ nomination: Tommy Emmanuel’s guitar instrumental cover of ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ on his CD ‘Endless Road.’ Beyond his astonishing chops (Chet Atkins: ‘greatest player on the planet,’ Clapton: ‘Best guitarist I ever heard’), Tommy E’s playing is so emotional and expressive. Maybe because he doesn’t have to think about technique, he is free to focus totally on the music. Whatever, his ‘Over the Rainbow’ exemplifies his emotional style. I have heard him play this live many times, for both small and large (Bass Hall) groups, and he has never failed to bring many (me included, every time) to tears at the sheer beauty of it.

  • lola

    how about some ray lamontagne… i’m in love with his voice

  • paul slavens

    excellent
    some very intriguing suggestions
    next week should be fun

  • lola

    gracias, thank you for the tango!

  • http://hunkasaurus.com Tom Hendricks

    Paul, Play some of the Dallas musicians on the first world list -best of the net music list.

  • Ron Bulla

    Thanks for the Beatles song. I request “Bless You” by John Lennon. http://www.last.fm/music/John%2520Lennon/_/Bless%2520You?ac=bless%20you%20john%20lennon

    Also, I request “Dindi” by Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim. http://www.last.fm/music/Frank%2520Sinatra%2520%2526%2520Antonio%2520Carlos%2520Jobim/_/Dindi?ac=dindi%20frank

    Peace.

  • Lauren

    “Living Without You” –Nilsson (not “Without You” but the other one)

    After hearing that song, I wondered if anyone ever needed to record a break-up song again. Man.

  • paul slavens

    I actually already downloaded Dindi, and just forgot to put it in the mix, so next week fo sho.
    great tune

  • Francois & Rebecca

    Hi Paul,
    Would love to hear some Ivor Novello! Great show tonite, nice opening song! ;-)
    Best
    Francois

  • Francois & Rebecca

    and yes Beach Boys are simply awesome… would you play “Misirlou” sometime ;-)

  • paul slavens

    hello F and R
    I will def look into your stuff !
    always nice to have you along

  • paul slavens

    Thanks yall
    have a great week and continue to leave suggestions I will check this later on this week.

  • Dan G

    Hey Paul – Are you familiar with Little Fish?
    http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/baffled-and-beat/id383848159

    Am I Crazy and Darling Dear are my new earworms.