The Paul Slavens Show:Playlist and Blog for April 27 2014

Darondo – Didn’t I – Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions
The Bad Plus – How Deep is Your Love – For All I Care
Bert Jansch – Running From Home – Bert Jansch
Kelis – Cobbler – Food
Def Rain – How Much – Def Rain
Lewis – I Thought the World of You – L’Amour
The Bryan Ferry Orchestra – Love Is The Drug – The Jazz Age
The Gaslamp Killer – When I’m In Awe (feat. Gonjasufi) – Death Gate – EP
Esther & Obi Ofarim – Morning of My Life – The Very Best Of
Telepopmusik – Breathe – Genetic World
The Meters – Hey Pocky A-Way – The Very Best Of The Meters (US Release)
Howe Gelb – “‘Sno Angel “”Spiral””” – “‘Sno Angel & Melted Wires split 7″””
Marissa Nadler – Drive – July
Pavement – Old To Begin – Brighten The Corners

Josephine Baker – C’est Si Facile De Vous Aimer (Easy To Love) – Bonsoir My Love
Here We Go Magic – I Believe In Action – A Different Ship [+digital booklet]
The Kinks – Nothin’ In the World Can Stop Me Worryin’ ‘Bout That Girl – Kinda Kinks
Sohn – Lessons – Tremors
Jessie Frye – Brave The Night – Obsidian
Snakefinger – The Man In The Dark Sedan – The Man In The Dark Sedan
Egberto Gismonti – Sanfona – Alma
Gordon Gano – Impossible Love – The Late Great Daniel Johnston: Discovered Covered
ABBA – My Mama Said – Waterloo
Clint Eastwood – Rowdy – Rawhide’s Clint Eastwood Sings Cowboy Favorites
Liz Phair – Go West – Whip-Smart
Dan Fogelberg – Wysteria – Home Free
Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington – It Don’t Mean a Thing – At Duke’s Place – The Greatest Hits
Enoch Light – Hawaiian War Chant – Persuasive Percussion 1960-1961
The Horrors – Draw Japan – Strange House

What a gorgeous evening.  Lots going on around the Metroplex, hopefully you are out enjoying the evening with the radio on.   However you came to the show, welcome.  This is where you leave your polite comments and wonderful music suggestions for next weeks show.  Nothing over 6 minutes long, please and make sure the lyrics are clean.  Other than that I like to really mix it up so dont be shy.

New to me this week:




Gordon Gano

The Horrors