The Paul Slavens Show: Live blog for November 20, 2011

Hey there. Fall has fell, but not too hard yet. Still, it’s a blustery evening, best to stay inside and check out some tunes. This is where you can make your suggestions for music to be played on future shows. Remember, I can’t play requests on tonight’s show, but I still need your music ideas to make next weeks show.

New to me this week:

Snooks Eaglin
Teddy Wilson
Future Islands
Alvin Youngblood hart
The Original Caste
Barbara Dane
The Phenomenal handclap Band
Vernon Dalhart

Tonight’s Playlist:  

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “Opium Tea,” B-Sides And Rarities [Disc 3]
Snooks Eaglin, “Sophisticated Blues,” New Orleans Street Singer
Tom Tom Club, “Femme Fatale,” Boom Boom Chi Boom Boom
Easy Star All-Stars, “Time Version” (Michael G Easy Star All-Stars Remix), Dubber Side Of The Moon
Boxcar Bandits, “Mixed up Mess of a Heart,” Live At Dans
Teddy Wilson With Billie Holiday, “Wham” (Be Bop Boom Bam), Partners In Jazz
Future Islands, “The Great Fire,” On the Water
Alvin Youngblood Hart, “Illinois Blues” (Album Version), Territory
Deerhoof, “Vivid Cheek Love Song,” The Runners Four
Daedelus, “Only For The Heart Strings,” Love To Make Music To
The Original Caste, “Mr. Monday,” One Tin Soldier / Mr. Monday
Jethro Tull, “The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles,” Passion Play
Hunter Hendrickson, “If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day,” Behind The

Barbara Dane, “Nine Hundred Miles,” Anthology of American Folk Songs
Eric Clapton, “Modern Girl” (Album Version), Reptile
The Beatles, “If I Fell,” A Hard Day’s Night

James Brown, “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World,” – 20th Century
Masters: Best of James Brown

Pram, “Iske,” The Moving Frontier
Inara George with Van Dyke Parks, “Idaho,” An Invitation
Jacques Brel, “Jojo,” Infiniment
The King Bucks, “Gentle Lovin’ Man,” Bar-B-Que Drugs
The Phenomenal Handclap Band, “Baby” (feat. Tommy Brenneck & Rodrigo Ursaia), The Phenomenal Handclap Band
Storyhill, “Fallen,” Storyhill
Dr. John, “Your Average Kind of Guy,” Dr. John Plays Mac Rebennack The
Legendary Sessions Vol. 2

R.E.M., “Lightnin’ Hopkins,” Document (R.E.M. No. 5)
Puscifer, “Monsoons,” Conditions of My Parole
Stan Kenton, “Incident In Jazz,” City Of Glass
Klaatu, “Madman,” Two Classic Albums From Klaatu
Brian Eno, “Dow,” Drums Between The Bells
Vernon Dalhart, “Bum Song,” Vernon Dalhart #2 CD103
Toad The Wet Sprocket, “Nightingale Song,” fear
The Beatles, “I Will,” The Beatles (White Album)