The Paul Slavens Show: Live blog for March 18, 2012

Good evening, hope you are recovering nicely from the weekends festivities. This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions for next weeks show. Remember please, nothing too long, loud or soft and no bad words. I don’t wanna get in trouble.

New to me this week:
The King Khan and BBQ Show
Duane Eddy
Half Moon Run
Julia Holter
Red Elvises
Chris Watson
Hoosier Hot Shots
Boubacar Traore

Tonight’s playlist

Rosemary Clooney, “Mambo Italiano,” Hey There
Beastie Boys, “Electric Worm,” The Mix-Up
Rufus Wainwright, “I Don’t Know What It Is,” Want One
Lightnin’ Hopkins, “Mojo Hand,” The Roots Of Van Morrison
The Shins, “New Slang (Album),” Oh – Inverted World
Boxcar Bandits, “Track 06,” Live At Dans
School of Seven Bells, “White Wind,” Ghostory
The King Khan & Bbq Show, “I’ll Be Loving You,” Invisible Girl
The Magnetic Fields, “I’ve Run Away To Join The Fairies,” Love At The Bottom Of The Sea
The Cinematic Orchestra, “To Build A Home (Radio Version),” You Don’t Know: Ninja Cuts
PJ Harvey, “Down By The Water,” iTunes Session
Duane Eddy, “Movin’ N’ Groovin’,” Greatest Hits
Shearwater, “Animal Life,” Animal Joy
Incredible Bongo Band, “Apache (Original Radio Edit),” Apache (Original Radio Edit)
Ralph Stanley, “Man Of Constant Sorrow,” Man Of Constant Sorrow
Half Moon Run, “Full Circle,” Dark Eyes

The Beach Boys, “In My Room (Mono),” Endless Summer
Julia Holter, “Marienbad,” Ekstasis
Little Walter, “My Babe,” His Best
Flight Of The Conchords, “The Prince of Parties,” Flight Of The Conchords
Nervous Curtains, “The Crooked Telepathic,” Fake Infinity
Patti Smith, “Pastime Paradise,” Twelve
Red Elvises, “A Kegga Beer And Potato Chips,” Welcome To The Freakshow
Willie Nelson, “Crazy,” The Early Years
Chris Watson, “T-Bone Swing,” Just for Show…
Hoosier Hot Shots, “He’s A Hillbilly Gaucho,” The Very Best Of
Boubacar Traoré, “Soundiata,” Sa golo (Kar Kar)
Bjork, “The Anchor Song (LP Version),” Debut
Four Tet, “She Just Likes To Fight,” There Is Love In You
Emerson String Quartet, “String Quartet No.11 in F minor,” Op.122 – 5. Humoresque: Allegro,” Shostakovich: The String Quartets
The Band, “Ophelia (2001 Digital Remaster),” Greatest Hits