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Mar 22, 2019 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
With Steve Pick
Steve Pick brings you Sound Salvation. It's 3 hours of the best new music liberally mixed with all the classics of the last century's worth of pop music, rock & roll, jazz, blues, country, soul and more. If it's worth hearing, you'll find it on Sound Salvation.
Melody Den Points in Between L N
Pull, Then Push Perdition Records 2019
I get pumped up every time I hear this excellent record.
The Beths Great No One N
Future Me Hates Me Carpark Records 2018
One of the most interesting young bands to come along in some time - they don't invent anything new, but they do what they do very well.
Thin White Rope Lithium
Exploring the Axis Frontier 1985
I remember seeing them at Mississippi Nights when this album was new - there were only half a dozen of us in the crowd, but we were enthralled!
Steely Dan Babylon Sisters
Gaucho Geffen* Records 1980
Something weird in my brain told me to play this song next.
Big Star Stroke It Noel
Third/Sister Lovers Ryko 1975
The third album by Big Star, or the first solo album by Alex Chilton, is one of the most messed up but wonderful records I know.
Brian Andrew Marek Not Impressed! L N
Haunted Rubberstamp 2018
As Brian prepares to release a brand new album, let's still enjoy this last collection of previously unreleased older songs.
Cat Stevens Here Comes My Baby
Rushmore (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Island Records 1967
I often forget it's Cat Stevens who did this classic - it's so different from his later, more famous material.
Harry Nilsson I'll Never Leave You
Nilsson Schmilsson RCA Records Label 1971
I just never get tired of hearing this guy sing his wonderful songs.
Waxahatchee You Left Me with an Ocean
Great Thunder - EP Merge Records 2018
I not only enjoy her music, I like to say her name.
Richard & Linda Thompson I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
Live at the BBC Universal 2011
Great live rendition of one of the greatest songs in the world.
Game Theory Slip
Lolita Nation Omnivore Recordings 1987
Classic from the late great Scott Miller.