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The Paul Slavens Show: Live Blog for July 11, 2010

by Paul Slavens 11 Jul 2010 8:06 PM

Welcome to the show! Hope you had a great week. Kick back and get ready for the next Paul Slavens Show.


Welcome to the show!  Hope you had a great week.  Kick back and get ready for the next  Paul Slavens Show.
This is where you can leave your polite comments and suggestions for music or artists that you think people would like to hear.
New to me this week:
Mildred Bailey
Pinkish Black
Vitamin String Quartet
Cass McCombs
Sidney Bechet
Chrisian L Williams
The catherine Wheel
Blitzen Trapper

Mildred Bailey, “Blue Prelude,” The Rockin’ Chair Lady 
Beck, “Lost Cause,” Sea Change 
The Shangri-Las, “Remember (Walking In The Sand),” Golden Girls of the 60s    
Brian Eno, “Everything Merges With the Night,” Another Green World 
 Pinkish Black, ”Everything Went Dark,” Live In Studio  
Vitamin String Quartet, “Keep Me In Your Heart.” The String Quartet
Tribute to Warren Zevon: Dad, Get Me Out Of This! 
Suzanna Choffel,Hey Mister,” Shudders & Rings
Smokey Robinson,Special Occasion,” The Ultimate Collection: Smokey
Robinson & The Miracles 
 Thomas Dolby, “I Scare Myself (2009 Digital Remaster),”  The Flat Earth
(Collector’s Edition)
George Gershwin, “Prelude No. 2 For Piano” The Essential George

Cocorosie, “Gallows” Grey Oceans  
Cass McCombs,You Saved My Life,” Catacombs
Carter Family, “John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man,” American Folk

ZZ Top, “Heard It On The X,” Fandango [Expanded & Remastered]
Laurie Anderson, “Falling,” Homeland
Sidney Bechet, “Summertime,” The Best Of Sidney Bechet 
Enon, “Natural Disasters,” High Society
Christian L. Williams, “Trippin’, Fallin’,” Live In Studio, Fort Worth Weekly  
The Catherine Wheel,  “I Want To Touch You,” Ferment 
Tom Waits, “What’s He Building In There,” Mule Variations 
Smoosh, “Call Of The Mid Afternoon,” The World’s Not Bad   
Conlon Nancarrow,  “Study No. 18” Studies for Piano Player 
Gonjasufi, “Ancestors,”  A Sufi And A Killer 
Rheostatics, “The Pooby Song,” The Nightline Sessions 
Blitzen Trapper,  “Texaco,”   Blitzen Trapper 
Blonde Redhead,   “Magic mountain,”   Misery Is a Butterfly   
Neutral Milk Hotel, “Two-Headed Boy,” In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
Steel Guitar Rag, “Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys,” Classic Western

  • How about a song from the 200 best new music from the net, list?
    Remember it doesn’t have to be a band before it’s music.

  • Paul Slavens

    hey ho, lets go

  • Byron

    You should play “Art House Director” from Broken Social Scene’s Latest “Forgiveness Rock Record” The horn section alone is worth a listen.

  • John

    How bout something from Hot Rats?

  • Paul Slavens

    very good
    thanks , havent checked out hot rats for an age

  • andrew

    Rawhide’s Clint Eastwood was groomed to be a young singer in the early 60’s. Check out “twilight on the trail” Other songs can be found on allmusic.com

  • Paul Slavens

    wow, I will totally check that out
    Ive heard him sing, not bad

  • The One True Cory

    Mister Jay Pee Slavens, OH LAWD how I have missed you.

  • Paul Slavens

    where you been freak?

  • Russell

    Summertime, indeed. Thanks…

  • Hey, if you like Catherine Wheel, be sure to check out something by Swervedriver. I particularly like their album Mezcal Head.

  • Paul Slavens

    had a friend messaged me asking about that Catherine Wheel
    I will check out the Swervedriver

  • Regan

    Something by Drywall (The Drywall Incident)

  • Paul Slavens


  • The One True Cory

    Last time I heard this song, it was by Joy Division and was called “Love Will Tear Us Apart”.

  • Byron

    Next week try something from Dump preferably something from “A Plea for Tenderness”

  • Bobby Lee (“B L”) Zebubba

    What, no Richard Cheese this week (or last)?

  • Fritzel03

    Hey, The band DUNGEN is coming soon to the loft in Dallas and it would be a great plug for them if you play a song!