The Paul Slavens Show: Live blog for February 19, 2012

Hello! Well, no awards shows, no football, just a nice mild February evening. Hope you are comfy and ready for some tunes. This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions – nothing too long, soft, or loud. Also, please make sure that there are no bad words to get me in trouble. Leave a link to where the music can be obtained if you can.

New to me this week:
Lisa Hannigan
Trini Lopez
The Crystals
Holly Golightly
Jack Jones
Night Manager
Los Fabulosos cadillacs
Great Lake Swimmers


Lovelites, “How Can I Tell My Mom and Dad,” Sisters of Soul
Kraftwerk, “It’s More Fun to Compute (LP Version),” Computer World
Bill Frisell and 858 Quartet, “Mother Daughter,” Sign Of Life
Meat Puppets, “New Gods,” Ii
Books, “The Lemon of Pink,” The Lemon of Pink
Serge Gainsbourg, “Initials B B,” Initials SG
Angelo Badalamenti featuring MarianneFaithfull, “Who Will Take My Dreams Away”, Music For Film And Television
Lisa Hannigan, “Knots,” Passenger
Battles, “Ice Cream,” Ice Cream
Bill Withers, “Use Me,” Greatest Hits: Lean On Me
Einstürzende Neubauten, “Stella Maris,” Ende neu
Madonna, “Beautiful Stranger,” Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Soundtrack
Trini Lopez, “Unchain My Heart,” Trini Lopez At PJ’s

The Crystals, “He’s A Rebel,” Wall Of Sound: The Very Best Of Phil Spector 1961-1966
Gomez, “Get Myself Arrested,” Bring It On
The Cars, “Heartbeat City (LP Version),” Heartbeat City
Holly Golightly, “Tell Me Now So I Know,” Broken Flowers
Jack Jones, “Wives And Lovers,” Greatest Hits: Jack Jones
Night Manager, “Pizza Pasta,” Pizza Pasta
Dredg, “Same Ol’ Road,” El Cielo
Kris Kristofferson, “Quinn The Eskimo,” Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan
Gina Lollobrigida, “’A frangesa,” Napoli in Frac – Vol. 17
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, “Strawberry Fields Forever,” Obras Cumbres
Grimes, “Circumambient,” Visions
Lyle Lovett, “You Can’t Resist It,” Lyle Lovett
Great Lake Swimmers, “Easy Come Easy Go” (Radio Edit), Easy Come Easy Go
M.I.A., “Bad Girls,” Bad Girls
John Williams, “Cavatina from The Deer Hunter,” Classic Williams: Romance of the Guitar