The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for Sept 18 2011

Hi there, thanks for dropping by. I would love to hear any suggestions you have for music or artists to feature on future show. Leave a link if you can to where the music can be purchased or listened to.

New to me this week:

Ethereal and the Queer Show
Merle Travis
Eilen Jewell
Dominique Leone
John Maus
Fruteland Jackson
Manchester Orchestra
Johnny Adams
Summer Camp

Tonight’s Playlist:

Willie Nelson, “September Song,” Stardust
Eleanor Friedberger, “My Mistakes,” Last Summer
Ethereal and The Queer Show, “Rite of Spring,” Glimmer
Akron/Family, “So It Goes,” S/T II: The Cosmic Birth And Journey Of Shinju TNT [+Digital Booklet]
Merle Travis, “Cannonball Rag (Instrumental),” Strictly Guitar
Eilen Jewell, “Bang Bang Bang,” Queen Of The Minor Key
Balkan Beat Box, “Cha Cha,” Balkan Beat Box
Astrud Gilberto, “The Shadow Of Your Smile,” Best Of/20th Century
Townes Van Zandt, “Colorado Girl,” Townes Van Zandt
Dominique Leone, “Left – The Other Left” Dominique Leone
Joni Mitchell, “The Jungle Line,” The Hissing Of Summer Lawns
Squeeze, “Messed Around,” East Side Story
John Maus, “And The Rain,” We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves
Fruteland Jackson, “Can’t Be Yo’ Man,” I Claim Nothing But The Blues
Dumpstaphunk, “Neutral Rat,” Everybody Want Sum
Luscious Jackson, “Here,” Greatest Hits

St. Vincent, “Strange Mercy,” Strange Mercy
Jacques Brel, “La valse à mille temps,” Ne me quitte pas + 29 succès de Jacques Brel
The Swingle Singers, “Little Organ Fugue – BWV 578,” Bach/Mozart : The Swingle Singers
Dion, “Runaround Sue,” Runaround Sue
Peopleodian, “Muddy Dream,” It Woke the Moon
Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, “Pluto The Dog,” Solar Fire
Frank Zappa, “Who Are The Brain Police,” Freak Out!
Skysaw, “No One Can Tell,” Great Civilizations
The Girls, “Magic,” Father – Son – Holy Ghost
Jimmie Rodgers, “Frankie And Johnny,” Frankie & Johnny – The Best Of
Manchester Orchestra, “I Can Feel Your Pain (Album Version),” I’m Like A Virgin Losing A Child
Johnny Adams, “Reconsider Me,” Original – Johnny Adams’ You Can Depend On Me
Summer Camp, “Better Off Without You,” Better Off Without You
The Dead Milkmen, “Guitar Song (Album Version),” Beelzebubba
Doc Watson, “Tennessee Stud,” The Best of Doc Watson 1964-1968
Gustov Holst Conducting The LSO, “The Planets Mercury – The Winged Messenger,” Gustov Holst Conducts His Own Work: The Planets (Acoustic Recordings)