The Paul Slavens Show: Live blog for May 22, 2011

What a beautiful day, muggy to be sure, but quite lovely, and we can always use the rain.
In any case, glad to have you along – I’ve got some interesting music for us to check out this week. Please leave me suggestions for music to check out, new, old, unusual, something you think people should get a chance to hear on the radio.
New to me this week:
Zoe Keating
Nicholas Altobelli
Mark Ronson
Miranda Sex Garden

Tonight’s setlist:

Melody Gardot, “Who Will Comfort Me,” My One And Only Thrill
Brian Eno/David Byrne, “Regiment,” My Life in the Bush of Ghosts
Queen, “The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke/Nevermore,” Queen II
Prefuse 73, “The Only Hand To Hold (Feat. Shara Worden),” The Only She Chapters
Jorge Ben, “Menina Mulher Da Pele Preta,” A Tábua de Esmeralda
Zoe Keating, “Optimist,” Into The Trees
Nicholas Altobelli, “Track 02,” Radio Waves and Telephone Wire
Caravan Palace, “Jolie Coquine,” Caravan Palace
Taj Mahal, “Queen Bee,” Señor Blues
Gary Numan, “Complex,” The Pleasure Principle
Phish, “Cavern,” A Picture Of Nectar
Clark, “Ted (Bibio Remix),” Ted E.P.
Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, “The Night Last Night,” Record Collection
Anita O’Day, “I Get A Kick Out Of You,” Diva
Traffic, “John Barleycorn (Must Die),” John Barleycorn Must Die
Miranda Sex Garden, “The Monk Song,” Fairytales Of Slavery
Dem Southernfolkz, “Feels Like,” Something To Hold On To
Rodrigo Y Gabriela, “Tamacun,” Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Tom Waits, “Take It With Me,” Mule Variations
O.V. Wright, “I’d Rather Be Blind, Crippled And Crazy,” The Soul Of O.V. Wright
Robyn Hitchcock, “Intricate Thing,” Goodnight Oslo
John Coltrane, “Say It (Over And Over Again),” The Classic Quartet – Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings
Stereolab, “Margerine Rock,” Margerine Eclipse
Sam Cooke, “Little Red Rooster,” Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964
David Cassidy & The Partridge Family, “I Think I Love You,” The Definitive Collection
Johnny Cash, “If I Were A Carpenter (with June Carter Cash),” The Essential Johnny Cash
CocoRosie, “Hopscotch,” Grey Oceans