The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for Jan. 29, 2012

Another lovely weekend draws to a close and it’s time to check out this week’s slew of interesting tunes. As you know I get lots of my playlist from this blog, so please leave your polite comments and music suggestions for future shows. Sorry I can’t play your requests tonight, I have already picked the music. But help me populate next week’s playlist. No dirty words please, I like my job, also nothing too long (+6 minutes), too loud or too soft.
New to me this week:
The Marcels
Termolo Beer Gut
Paris Combo
Dark Dark Dark

Tonight’s setlist:

Ute Lemper, “Chuck Out The Men!,” Berlin Cabaret Songs
Can, “Mushroom (2004 – Remaster),” Tago Mago (40th Anniversary Edition)
The Marcels, “Blue Moon,” Doo Wop Classics Vol. 1
Phantogram, “16 Years,” Nightlife
Bosque Brown, “On and Off 3,” Baby
Neil Young, “Sugar Mountain,” Decade
Tremolo Beer Gut, “Slingshot Dragster,” Under The Influence Of…
Barrence Whitfield & the Savages, “Bloody Mary,” Live Emulsified
Reed Easterwood, “Lolita Lorene,” Double Eagle
Paris Combo, “Obliques,” Paris Combo
They Might Be Giants, “My Evil Twin,” Apollo 18
U.S. Girls, “Island Song,” U.S. Girls On Kraak
The Rolling Stones, “Carol (Live),” Get Yer Ya- Ya’s Out! The Rolling Stones In Concert (40th Anniversary Edition)
Neko Case, “The Pharaohs,” Middle Cyclone
Stan Ridgway, “Bing Can’t Walk,” Holiday in Dirt
Willie Dixon, “If The Sea Was Whiskey,” Poet Of the Blues
Bulgarian State Television Female Choir, “Erghan Diado (Song of Schopsko),” Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares
Blonde Redhead + Devastations, “When The Road Runs Out,” Dark Was The Night (Red Hot Compilation)
Gotye, “Somebody That I Used To Know,” Making Mirrors
Sealion, “Steampunk Jetpack,” Keep the Camera Rolling
Gonjasufi, “Feedin’ Birds,” MU.ZZ.LE
Procol Harum, “A Salty Dog,” Greatest Hits: Procol Harum
Deer Tick, “Chevy Express,” Divine Providence
The Mars Volta, “Cotopaxi,” Octahedron
Dark Dark Dark, “Robert,” Wild Go
Warpaint, “Bees,” The Fool
James Blake, “At Birth,” Love What Happened Here
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, “Where The Wild Roses Grow,” Murder Ballads
Ellen Allien, “Ghost Train,” Thrills