Paul Slavens Show: Live blog for Dec. 6, 2009

Tons and tons of music this week by artists I had not heard of last week!

New to me this week: Jon Hopkins, Buika, Shuta Hasunuma, the Pretty Things, Sean Hayes, Syl Johnson, Los Super Seven, Chao, Dick Marta and more!!!

Thanks to everybody who suggested music this week.
But now its time for some fresh ideas. As you listen in tonight, I hope you will take a moment to give me your suggestions for music and your polite comments on what you are thinking.

Let’s listen to some music!

The setlist:

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, “How Do I Let A Good Man Down?” Naturally
Rhett Butler, “A Drive to Denton,” Spend It All
David Bowie, “Ashes To Ashes,” Scary Monsters
Spitfire Tumbleweeds, “No How,” Pope Crow
Jon Hopkins, “The Wider Sun,” Insides
Bat For Lashes, “Sarah,” Fur And Gold
Washington Phillips, “Denomination Blues, Part 2,” I Am Born To Preach
The Gospel

100 Damned Guns, “Ain’t That Bad Anymore,” Musica de Tormento
Mose Allison, “Foolkiller,” The Word from Mose
Buika, “Soledad,” El Ultimo Trago
Shuta Hasunuma, “OK Bamboo,” OK Bamboo
The Pretty Things, “Rosalyn,” The Pretty Things
Sean Hayes, “Boom Boom Goes The Day,” Big Black Hole And The Little
Baby Star

Eartha Kitt, “Let’s Do It,” Miss Kitt, To You
Syl Johnson, “Back In The Game,” Back In The Game
Los Super Seven, “Baby,” Canto
Huun-huur-Tu, “Eki Attar,” The Orphan’s Lament
Robert Goulet, “Real Live Girl,” 16 Most Requested Songs
Chao, “Gotta Go,” Hits the Miss
Sleep Whale, “We Were Dripping,” Houseboat
Dick Marta, “Brahms: Hungarian Dance #8,” Café Continental
Geeshie Wiley, “Last Kind Words,” Mississippi Masters: Early American
Blues Classics 1927 – 35

Pomplamoose, “Beat the Horse,” Pomplamoose VideoSongs
Bon Iver, “Creature fear,” For Emma, Forever Ago
Jo Stafford, “Haunted Heart,” Gonzo
Books, “Smells Like Content,” Lost and Safe
Deathcab for Cutie, “Lightness,” Transatlanticism
Janacek, “Allegro Suite for Wind Quintet and Bass Clarinet,” Wind Quintets of
the 20th Century

Pizzicato 5, “Groovy Is My Name,” Bossa Nova