Paul Slavens Show: Blog for June 27, 2010

Hey there.
I hope you are staying cool.
I am here to help with cool music.
This is where you leave your polite comments and music suggestions.
Make sure and leave a link if you can so we can buy it if we want.
New to me this week: Balmorhea, Nina Nastasia, Bally Sagoo and Hayes Carll.

Tonight’s Playlist:

Charlotte Gainsbourg, “La Collectionneuse,” IRM
Balmorhea, “Coahuila,” All Is Wild, All Is Silent
Donovan, “Season Of The Witch,” Sunshine Superman
Darktown Strutters, “Grab a Silver Bullet” (radio edit) Darktown Strutters
Otis Spann, “Love, Love, Love,” Otis Spann – From The Archives (Digitally Remastered)
Nina Nastasia, “What’s Out There,” Outlaster
The Roots, “Walk Alone,” How I Got Over
Brad Mehldau, “Capriccio” Highway Rider
Bally Sagoo, “Choli Ke Peeche,” Bollywood Flashback
Jackson 5, “Doctor My Eyes,” Soulsation! Disc 2
Schoenberg, “Pierrot Lunaire” Valse De Chopin Contempoartensemble, Sonia Bergamasco, Pietro De Maria & Mauro Ceccanti
Conway Twitty, “I’d Love To Lay You Down,” Number Ones
Nina Simone, “Pirate Jenny,” The 60’s Vol. 1 – Ne Me Quitte Pas
Steely Dan, “Any Major Dude Will Tell You,” Pretzel Logic
Loudon Wainwright III, “Where The Whippoorwill Is Whispering Goodnight,” High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project
Daniel Folmer, “Skin and Bones,” 20 Bands/74.4 Minutes!
Enoch Light, “Fascinating Rhythm,” Provocative Percussion
Luciana Souza, “O Bolo,” Brazilian Duos
Geeshie Wiley, “Last Kind Words,” Mississippi Masters: Early American Blues Classics 1927 – 35

Danny Balis, “If You’re Trying To Kill Me,” Too Much Living
Laurie Anderson, “The Lake,” Homeland
Hayes Carll, “I Don’t Wanna Grow Up,” Trouble In Mind
Cat Power, “Silver Stallion,” Jukebox
John Zorn, “Toys,” The Dreamers
Curtis Mayfield & The Impressions, “I’m The One Who Loves You,” The Anthology 1961-1977 (Disc 1)
Mike Hankinson, “Sonata in D major” (Scarlatti), The Unusual Classical Synthesizer