The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for Jan. 9, 2011


Best to stay inside and pile some logs on the fire and listen to some groovy music for a bit.
This is where you can leave your polite comments and give ideas for music to check out.  Make sure and leave a link if you can.

New to me this week:
Porcupine Tree
Tame Impala
William Brittele
Teena Marie
Lymbyc Systym

Tonight’s playlist:
Caro Emerald, “Stuck” Radio Mix, Stuck
Porcupine Tree, “ The Seance – The Incident
Einstuerzende Neubauten,  “Wenn Dann,” Strategies Against Architecture IV
Tom Jones, “Burning Hell,” Praise & Blame

Yann Tiersen, “Dust Lane,” Dust Lane
Marty Stuart, “Porter Wagoner’s Grave,” Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions
Deerhoof, “Eaguru Guru,” Offend Maggie

Stealers Wheel, “Late Again” (Remastered), Stuck In The Middle With You
John Coltrane, “My One and Only Love,”  John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman
Elbow, “Mirrorball,”  The Seldom Seen Kid

The Theater Fire, “These Tears Could Rust a Train,” Everybody Has A Dark Side
Brigitte Fontaine, “Le Beau Cancer,” Brigitte Fontaine Est?
Dizzy Gillespie, “Salt Peanuts,” Charlie Parker: Ken Burns’s Jazz Series
Lee Hazlewood, “Sand,” Nancy and Lee

Julie London, “Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man,” The Very Best Of Julie London
Tame Impala, “The Sun” (Fred Cherry Eclipse), Tame Impala
John Jacob Niles, “The Roving Gambler,” American Folk & Gambling Songs
William Brittelle, “Halcyon Days,” Television Landscape

Shaolin Death Squad, “Mischief and Epiphany,” Five Deadly Venoms
Susannah McCorkle, “The Waters of March,” Most Requested Songs
The White Stripes, “The Nurse,” Get Behind Me Satan
Yma Sumac, “Carnavalito Boliviano,” Mambo

Teena Marie, “Lovergirl,” Ultimate Collection: Teena Marie
Japan, “Visions of China” (2003 Digital Remaster),  Tin Drum
Jimmy Webb Featuring Linda Ronstadt, “All I Know,” Just Across The River

James, “Got The Shakes,” The Morning After
Messiaen, “Liturgie De Cristal,” Quartet For The End Of Time
Lymbyc Systym, “Contemporary Art,” Shutter Release
Stanley Brothers, “The Little Birdie,”  Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways