The Paul Slavens Show: Feb. 14, 2010

Hello, young lovers (of music)
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New to me this week: Susannah McCorkle, The Daniel Pemberton TV Orchestra, The Easybeats, Dagmar Krauss and James Hand.

Tonight’s set list:

Susannah McCorkle, “The Waters Of March,” Most Requested Songs
The Daniel Pemberton TV Orchestra, “Leaders Of Men (Little Big Planet
Dub),” Little BIG Music: Musical Oddities From And Inspired By Little
Big Planet

Brian Wilson, “Child is Father of the Man,” Smile
tUnE-yArDs, “Synonynonym,” BiRd-BrAiNs

The Baptist Generals, “Alcohol (Turn & Fall),” No Silver/No Gold
Maria Callas, “L’amour est un Oiseau Rebelled,” The Very Best of Maria

Cornelius, “Fit Song (The Books Remix – “Eat White Paint”),” Gum
The Residents, “Make Me Moo,” Demons Dance Alone
King Tubby, “Roots Of Dub,” The Evolution of Dub, Vol. 1
The Easybeats, “Friday On My Mind,” Friday On My Mind
Anita O’Day, “The Wildest Gal in Town,” At Mister Kelly’s
Bat for Lashes, “Bats Mouth,” Fur and Gold
Steve Martin, “Freddie’s Lilt,”  The Crow
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, “Henry Lee,” Murder  Ballads
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show, “Cover of the Rolling Stone,” Greatest Hits
Regina Spektor, “Laughing With,” Far
Blind Lemon Jefferson, “See That My Grave Is Kept Clean,” Complete Classic Sides 1928
Rush, “Tears,” 2112

Bridges and Blinking Lights, “Soft Erode,” Heroes, Guns and Snakes
Dagmar Krauss/Kurt Weill, “Surabaya Johnny,” Lost In The Stars – The
Music Of Kurt Weill

Clannad, “Theme From Harry’s Game,” Greatest Hits
James Hand, “Mona Lisa,” Shadow on the Ground
Jellyfish, “Hush,” Spilt Milk
Rickie Lee Jones, “Night Train,” Rickie Lee Jones
Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus and Max Roach, “Wig Wise,” Money Jungle (Remastered)
Elliott Smith, “Ballad Of Big Nothing,” Either/Or
Jimi Hendrix, “Valleys of Neptune,” Valleys of Neptune
WEEN, “Voodoo Lady,” Chocolate and Cheese
Of Montreal, “Your Magic Is Working,” Satanic Panic In The Attic