The Paul Slavens Show: Playlist and Blog for April 10, 2016

Pj Harvey – Good Fortune – “Stories From The City – Stories From The Sea”
Jerry Jeff Walker – About Her Eyes – Five Years Gone
Iggy Pop – Gardenia – Post Pop Depression
Juanes – A Dios le Pido – Super Rock 10 Super Exitos
Chris Holt – Dirty Trick – Stargaze
Cliff Edwards – Good Little Bad Little You – The Vintage Recordings of Cliff Edwards (Ukulele Ike)
First Aid Kit – Tiger Mountain Peasant Song – Drunken Trees EP
Gary Moore – Parisienne Walkways – Back On The Streets
Parquet Courts – Berlin Got Blurry – Human Performance
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – First Flight – Ears
Jeff Buckley – Everyday People – You And I
The Cookies – I Never Dreamed – “One Kiss Can Lead To Another: Girl Group Sounds – Lost & Found”
Charley Crockett – WHAT THE PREACHER SAY – A Stolen Jewel
Cesaria Evora – sodade – Club Sodade
The Donkeys – Dolphin Center – Living On The Other Side

Merle Haggard And The Strangers – California Cottonfields – Someday We’ll Look Back
Youth Lagoon – The Knower – The Knower
Joe Cuba – Bang! Bang! – “Wanted Dead or Alive aka Bang! Bang! Push – Push – Push”
Devendra Banhart – Baby – What Will We Be
Ronnie Hart – Smoovie – you(r) mine
Blonde Redhead – More Than Honey (Nosaj Thing Remix) – Freedom of Expression on Barragán
Vince Guaraldi Trio – Linus And Lucy – A Boy Named Charlie Brown
The Fall – Alton Towers – Imperial Wax Solvent
Charles Bradley – Ain’t Gonna Give It Up – Changes
BØRNS – American Money – Dopamine
Willie Nelson – Sad Songs And Waltzes – Shotgun Willie
Deerhoof – “O’Malley – Former Underdog” – The Runners Four
Relick – I Wouldn’t Lie To You – Twin House
Booker T. And The M.G.’s – Green Onions – Green Onions
The Louvin Brothers – The Great Atomic Power – Weapon Of Prayer
James Brown – Soul Power (Jungle Funk Mix) – Dynamite X
Lower Dens – To Die in L.A. – To Die in L.A.


A very good evening to you all. This is where you leave your polite comments and music suggestions for next week’s show. Leave a link if you can to a video or purchase download. Make sure your suggestions are FCC safe, please. Mix it up, styles, time periods, instrumentals etc.

New to me this week:

  • Juanes
  • The Cookies
  • The Donkeys