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Sound Salvation (Music)

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.

Fri Oct 19th 2018 7.00am–10.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: central


Steeleye Span “Lovely on the Water”
from Please To See The King (Sanctuary 1972) —From the time when Martin Carthy joined the band.


R.E.M. “I'm Gonna DJ”
from Accelerate (Warner Bros. url 2008) —They were quite good at the end of their long run as a band.


Tori Amos “Girl”
from Little Earthquakes (Atlantic 1991)


Eddie Palmieri “Tema Para Eydie”
from Listen Here! (Concord www.concordrecords.com 2005) —He so often leads bigger dance bands, it's nice to have this delightful showcase for his piano playing.


Bombino “Adouagh Chegren”
from Deran (Partisan / Knitting Factory www.partisanrecords.com 2018) N  —This guy is from Niger, and plays an intoxicating desert-infused guitar.


Ohio Players “Love Rollercoaster”
from Soul Hits of the '70s: Didn't It Blow Your Mind Vol. 17 (Rhino url 1995) —I saw these guys when this was a big hit - they were spectacular.


Aretha Franklin “Since You've Been Gone (Sweet, Sweet Baby)”
from Lady Soul (Atlantic 1968) —We will never get tired of hearing her magnificent records.


The Soul Children “Hearsay”
from Stax 50th Anniversary Celebration (UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 2008) —Oh, that Shirley sounds like trouble.


Mandy Barnett “My World Keeps Slipping Away”
from Strange Conversation (Dame Productions 2018) N  —A world class singer with a terrific song.


Elvis Costello & the Imposters “Why Won't Heaven Help Me?”
from Look Now (Concord www.concordrecords.com 2018) N  —I just assumed this was one of the songs he co-wrote with Burt Bacharach, but nope, it just sounds like it could have been.


Shelby Lynne “Toss It All Aside”
from Revelation Road (Everso Records 2011) —One of my favorite singers in the world.


Tommy Halloran “Under the Moonlight”
from Just as Good as Feeling Good (self-released 2018) N L —You never know from song to song what this guy is gonna do next.


Clifton Chenier “Don't Touch My Leg”
from Bayou Soul (Edsel 1979) —Blues on the accordion.


Les Negresses Vertes “L'homme des Marais”
from Le grand déballage - Best Of (Because Music 2002) —I dug this French band quite a bit in the early 90s.


Edith Piaf “Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien”
from The Very Best of Edith Piaf (CAPITOL 1987) —The classic song Tom Russell references in the previous song.


The Tom Russell Band “Chocolate Cigarettes”
from Hurricane Season (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com 1991) —A song about Edith Piaf, among other things.


The War and Treaty “If It's in Your Heart”
from Healing Tide (Thirty Tigers 2018) N  —It wasn't until I typed their name that my conscious brain realized what my subconscious brain was doing playing this now.


War “Don't Let No One Get You Down”
from Why Can't We Be Friends? (United Artists 1975) —It's nice to hear some of the deeper War cuts now and then.


Billy F Gibbons “Crackin' Up”
from The Big Bad Blues (Concord Records unk 2018) N  —I bet he put on a great show at the Pageant last night.


Summer Magic “Charles De Gaulle in the Afternoon”
from Sharks and Other Dangers (Summer Magic 2018) N L —One of the best bands in St. Louis finally has an album out.


Dwight Twilley Band “Could Be Love”
from Sincerely (MCA url 1976) —I don't mind playing some more Twilley!


John Henry “Fade to Black”
from Dark City Dark Country (John Henry 2016) L —Talented singer songwriter from our fair city.


Aimee Mann “Labrador”
from Charmer Single (Superego 2012) —If they still made box sets, you could make a pretty dang impressive one out of Mann's excellent catalog.


Elvis Presley “My Little Friend”
from From Elvis In Memphis: Legacy Edition (RCA 2008) —Nice little track from the bonus disc of this reissue.


Jill Sobule “I Don't Wanna Wake Up”
from Nostalgia Kills (Pinko 2018) N  —She writes straight-forward, small but wonderful pop songs.


Gram Parsons “The New Soft Shoe”
from GP (Warner Bros. url 1973) —I still don't know what he's going on about in this song, but I'm always glad to hear it.


Buffalo Springfield “Hot Dusty Roads”
from Buffalo Springfield (ATCO 1966) —These guys had so many classic songs, I can't keep them all in my head at once.


Son Volt “Back into Your World”
from Straightaways (Warner Bros. url 1997) L —From their second album, which is now old enough to drink.


The Jayhawks “Come Cryin' to Me”
from Back Roads and Abandoned Motels (Legacy 2018) N  —If you add up the years these first three artists have been making records, you get more than 110.


Peter Holsapple “Not Right Now”
from Game Day (Omnivore Recordings 2018) N  —One of the greatest songwriters of my life, and he's still going strong.


Joan Armatrading “Always in My Dreams”
from Not Too Far Away (BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2018) N  —Yup, it's another rock solid album from this great singer/songwriter.

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