The Paul Slavens Show: Dec. 11, 2011 Live Blog

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New to me this week:
Doug Duffey
Freddie King
Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel

Tonight’s setlist:

 Aretha Franklin, Arranged by Robert Mersey, “Blue Holiday,” The Essential Aretha Franklin
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition, “Just Dropped In,” Anthology
Black Sabbath, “Laguna Sunrise,” Vol 4
Doug Duffey, “Nextdoor to a Nightmare,” The Solo Sessions 1988-1992 Volume 2: Cabaret Vieux Carre
Doug Neil, “Doug Neil / I Do,” Gravitylab
Brazilian Girls, “Crosseyed and Painless,” Silencio= Muerte: Red Hot + Latin Redux
Lila Downs, “Pa’ Todo El Ano,” La Cantina
Freddie King, “Going Down,” The Best Of Freddie King: The Shelter Years
Steely Dan, “The Fez,” The Royal Scam
Gardens & Villa, “Orange Blossom,” Gardens & Villa
Melanie Safka, “What Have They Done To My Song – Ma?,” Melanie Safka
Roy Acuff, “The Precious Jewel,” The Essential Roy Acuff
Les Rita Mitsouko, “C’est Comme Ca,” Acoustiques

Syd Barrett,
“Dominoes,” Barrett
Eleanor Friedberger, “Inn Of The Seventh Ray,” Last Summer
The Faces, “Pineapple And the Monkey,” First Step
Bethan, “I Have Nothing To Say,” Chapter 1:
Gentle Giant, “Knots,” Octopus
Doc & Merle Watson, “Freight Train Boogie,” Elementary Doctor Watson
Sir Douglas Quintet, “The Rains Came,” The Best Of Sir Douglas Quintet
Cat Stevens, “I Want To Live In A Wigwam,” Footsteps In The Dark
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, “Judy Teen, Make Me Smile,” The Best Of
Steve Harley

Bed, “The Gap,” Spacebox
Sonny And Cher, “Groovy Kind Of Love,” In Case You’re In Love
Jimmy Reed, “Little Rain,” The Very Best of Jimmy Reed
Walker Brothers, “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore,” Classics &

Kingston Trio, “Wimoweh,” “From The Hungry I”
The Books, “Ghost Train Digest,” Music For A French Elevator