The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for October 2, 2011

Hey there kids,
Hope you are enjoying the amazing weather. I’ve got some great songs to play for you this evening, but I need your help with future shows. Please leave polite comments and wonderful interesting music suggestions here. Nothing too long, loud or soft, and no bad words please. Leave links to where the music can be obtained if you can.
New to me this week:
SLoan Automatic
Lynn Dellog
Com Turise
Magazine
Space Opera
Power Animal

Metric – “Grow Up” – Grow Up And Blow Away
hawk and a hacksaw –
“wicky pockey” – Darkness At Noon
Centro-matic –
“Against The Line” – Candidate Waltz
Sloan Automatic –
“Jerry Jones Jumbotron Blues” – Metroplex Love Songs
Carla Kihlstedt –
“Rooting For The Shy Librarian” – Two Foot Yard
Desmond Dekker –
“Fu Man Chu” – Israelites: The Best of Desmond Dekker
Lynn Kellogg –
“Easy To Be Hard“ – Hair: The American Tribal Love Rock Musical – 1968
Ted Hawkins –
“Green-Eyed Girl” – The Next Hundred Years
Space Opera –
“Psychic Vampire” – Safe At Home
Com Truise –
“Datebar” – Galactic Melt
Joanna Newsom –
“Sprout and the Bean” – The Milk-Eyed Mender
Curtis Mayfield –
“Kung Fu” (ReMastered) – Future Shock
Robert Gomez –
“Main Theme” – Music for a Film
Goldfrapp –
“You Never Know” – Supernature
Blackalicious – “
Blazing Arrow” – Blazing Arrow

Tom Waits – “Back In The Crowd” – Back In The Crowd
Raymond Scott –
“Bumpy Weather Over Newark” – The Music Of Raymond Scott: Reckless Nights And Turkish Twilights
Vicki Lawrence – “The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia” – The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia
The Who – “Waspman” – Rarities
My Wooden Leg –
“Cop City”  – Jealous Disco
Thao – Bag of Hammers –
“Bag of Hammers” – Single
The Rolling Stones –
“Cherry Oh Baby” – Black And Blue
Mount Righteous –
“We’re All Going Crazy” – Mount Righteous
Magazine –
“Goldfinger” (2007 Digital Remaster) – Real Life
Steely Dan –
“Don’t Let Me In” – Forward Into the Past
Power Animal – “Birds Have Worries Too!” – People Songs
Hank Williams –
“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” – The Best Of Hank Williams 20th Century Masters
The XX – “VCR”XX
The Knife –
“Na Na Na” – Silent Shout-Limited Deluxe Edition

  • Paul Slavens

    I am here and ready to get some great ideas stuck in my head.

  • Ray Worth

    Next week – Sharon Van Etten

  • redz

    Amazing weather indeed! How about “Song to the Siren” by This Mortal Coil? Do you know if “About 9 Times” ever recorded anything? If you can find it, would love to hear…

    Cheerio…

  • Brad Quinn

    How about something by Dinah Washington, maybe “Mood Indigo”?

  • Lena

    Melody Gardot . . .”Who Will Comfort Me”

    • Paul Slavens

      thanks yall, I think I can accomodate those suggestions

  • James Lovell

    How about “Tootie Ma Is A Big Fine Thing” from Out Louder by Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood?

  • Regan

    Like the show Paul
    Trentemoller – Miss You

  • rick childers

    Hey Paul, how about some Neil Young either Trans Am are Safeway Cart from the “sleeps with angels” love the show!!

  • Mike

    check out these guys:

    Andrew Risner http://youtu.be/V2YMY89IjPk

    Paul Banks and the Carousels http://youtu.be/h83oxEY2n-M

    They are playing with My Wooden LeG at the Doublewide on October 15th.

    • Paul Slavens

      yeah! there we go ! thanks youse guys !!

  • Eskimo Pie

    Paul,

    Excellent show tonight. Sitting outside having dinner.
    Who was that girl in Gregory’s Girl? Have her album in the garage. Will let you know.

    See you at Art Con 7.

    The P Slave rocks!

  • Mike

    cop city!

  • Mike W

    Hey Paul, I know you’re a big Brian Eno fan. There’s an amazing interview with him on Salon.com today:

    http://entertainment.salon.com/2011/10/01/david_mitchell_brian_eno/singleton/

  • redz

    Manu Dibango – awesome African jazz!

  • Eskimo Pie

    I found it – Altered Images – the Bite album. Great female vocals. Pick one.

  • HS

    How about some Judys “Guyana Punch”? (P.S. Please stop drinking the koolaid my right wing, working poor friends:)