The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for July 31, 2011

Hi there, hope your July was good cuz it’s pretty much over now. This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions for future shows. Leave a link if possible to where the music can be purchased or listened to.
New to me this week:
Barrence Whitfield
Umphreys McGee
Little Esther
John Evans
Silversun Pickups

Tonight’s setlist:

Gal Costa, “Que Pena (Ele Já Não Gosta Mais De Mim),” Gal Costa
Apparat, “Circles,” DJ-KiCKS
Barrence Whitfield & the Savages, “Stop Twistin’ My Arm,” Ow! Ow! Ow!
LehtMoJoe w/ Sara Dean, “Crash,” Aisle7
Amy Winehouse, “Love Is a Losing Game,” Back To Black
Daniel Johnston, “The Story Of An Artist,” Don’t Be Scared
Camper Van Beethoven, “All Her Favorite Fruit,” Key Lime Pie
Brian Eno, “The Airman,” Drums Between The Bells
The Dead Milkmen, “Instant Club Hit (You’ll Dance To Anything),” Bucky Fellini
The Deer Tracks, “Fra Ro Raa / Ro Ra Fraa,” The Archer Trilogy Pt. 2
King Creosote & Jon Hopkins, “Bats In The Attic,” Diamond Mine
Umphrey’s McGee, “Utopian Fir,” Hall of Fame: Class of 2010
Scott Walker, “Tilt,” Tilt
Little Esther, “Aged And Mellow,” The Best Songs Ever Recorded
Wes Montgomery, “California Nights,” Greatest Hits
Bob Dylan, “You Belong To Me,” Natural Born Killers
Eagles, “Bitter Creek,” Desperado
Dave Little, “Once Upon A Time,” Awkward Surprises
Katy David, “Plus Tard (Call Me),” Femmes de Paris, Vol.3 – Groovy Sounds from The 60’s
John Evans, “Too Slow Blues,” Lollygaggin’
Silversun Pickups, “Panic Switch,” Swoon
Bo Diddley, “Bring It To Jerome,” His Best
Swingle Singers, “Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Brahms),” Keyboard Classics
Tom Jones, “Daughter Of Darkness,” Gold
Frank Zappa, “Lemme Take You To The Beach,” Studio Tan
Robert Johnson, “They’re Red Hot,” The Complete Recordings 1
Chicha Libre, “Gnosienne No.1,” Sonido Amazonico
Stevie Wonder, “Contusion,” Songs In The Key Of Life
Kaki King, “Life Being What It Is,” Dreaming of Revenge