The Paul Slavens Show: Live blog for Nov. 21, 2010

Greetings, y’all.
Hope you had a great week and are looking forward to a fun Thanksgiving.
Got some interesting music this week, and you can help future shows be fun by giving me some music suggestions. Just let us know where we can find the music by leaving links if possible. Or maybe you need help finding a song or artist. In any case, this is where to leave polite comments and music suggestions.
New to me this week: Brian Mcbride, Willy Mason and Sergio and Odair Assad

Tonight’s set list:

Charlotte Gainsbourg, “La Collectionneuse,” IRM
Beastie Boys, “The Gala Event,” The Mix-Up
The National, “Bloodbuzz Ohio,” High Violet

Marvin Gaye, “Ain’t That Peculiar,” Number 1’s
Four Tet, “She Just Likes To Fight,” There Is Love In You
Norah Jones featuring Dolly Parton, “Creepin’ In,” …Featuring Norah Jones
Gorecki, “Requiem Für Eine Polka for Piano and 13 Instruments,” Henryk
Górecki: Life Journey

The Band, “Ophelia (2001 Digital Remaster,” Greatest Hits
Bjork, “The Anchor Song (LP Version),” Debut
Brian Mcbride, “Toil Theme Part 3,” The Effective Disconnect
Oscar D’León, “Lloraras,” 15 Exitos De Oscar D’León

Joanna Newsom, “Easy,” Have One On Me
The Meters, “Cissy Strut,” The Very Best Of The Meters
Joe Jackson, “Steppin’ Out,” Steppin’ Out: The Very Best Of Joe Jackson
Inara George with Van Dyke Parks, “Idaho,” An Invitation
Lowell George, ”Cheek to Cheek (Album Version),” Thanks – I’ll Eat It Here

Shugo Tokumaru, “Green Rain,” Exit
Belle and Sebastian, “Write About Love,” Write About Love
Daniel Folmer, “Amelia,” Danny Rush and the Designated Drivers
Röyksopp, “Miss It So Much,” Junior
Willy Mason, “Oxygen,” Where The Humans Eat

MGMT, “Weekend Wars,” Oracular Spectacular
Sergio and Odair Assad,” Bailo Malandro,” Alma Brasileira
Aimee Mann, “Calling It Quits,” Bachelor No. 2

CocoRosie, “Hopscotch,” Grey Oceans
Sonic Youth, “Superstar,” If I Were A Carpenter
Janelle Monáe, “Dance Or Die (Feat. Saul Williams),” The ArchAndroid
Lawrence Welk, “Bubbles In The Wine,” The Best Of Lawrence Welk