Monday, November 07, 2005

Weekly Playlist - 11/6/05

Stewart Francke
Paul McCartney, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard Capitol)
Stevie Wonder, A Time to Love (Motown)
E Street Radio (Sirius Satellite Channel 10)
Al Green, Tokyo Live (Hi)
Rosa Parks Funeral Selections (WDIV Detroit)
Bruce Springsteen, “Born To Run” remastered, from Born to Run: 30th Anniversary (Columbia)
Sam Cooke, The Man Who Invented Soul (Specialty/RCA)

Bill Glahn
Terry Allen, Human Remains (Sugar Hill)
Alejandro Escovedo, More Miles Than Money: Live 1994-1996 (Bloodshot)
Flamin' Groovies, Teenage Head (Buddha)
Mickey Jupp, Oddities (Line, German import)
Thin Lizzy, Warriors (Continental Sound, live bootleg, Chicago '76)

Dave Marsh
Cyndi Lauper, The Body Acoustic (Epic)
E Street Radio (Sirius Satellite Channel 10 -- I'd have heard a lot more other stuff
if I could get myself to turn this off. I guess I'm still a fan.)
Various Artists, What's Shakin' (Collector's Choice of '65 Elektra album with Butterfield, Clapton, Spoonful, Al Kooper, Tom Rush)
Slick Ballinger, Slick Presents Mississippi Soul (O Boy)
Bill Withers, Just As I Am (BMG Dual Disc--fuck no, I didn't watch the
DVD)
Homer Banks, The Best Of (Stateside, UK reissue --The
Ghost of Sam Moore)
T. Rex, The T. Rex Wax Co. Singles, A's and B's 1972-77 (Rhino advance--The Joan Jett of
the '70s)

Susan Martinez
For Paula, Uncle Bob, Harold Leventhal, Vassar Clements, Ibrahim Ferrer,
Lalo Guerrero, David Grierson, St. Bernard Parish, and Cocoa.

Gracias por la vida.

Sam Cooke, "It Won't Be Very Long" from The Complete Recordings of Sam Cooke with the Soul Stirrers (Specialty)
Bruce Springsteen, "Streets Of Philadelphia" from Greatest Hits (Columbia)
The Staple Singers, "This May Be The Last Time" from Glory! It's the Staple Singers (Recall Records UK)
Patty Griffin, "Goodbye" from Flaming Red (A&M)
Swan Silvertone Singers "Mother's Cry" and “I Want to Rest” from 1946-1951 (King)
Los Cenzontles w/ Julian Gonzalez "Too Much Love" from Pasajero (Los
Cenzontles Mexican Arts Center)
Jimmy LaFave, "Blue Nightfall" Blue Nightfall (Red House)
Eliza Gilkyson, "When You Walk On" from Paradise Hotel (Red House)
The Campbell Brothers, "End Of My Journey" from Pass Me Not (Arhoolie)
Boubacar Traoré, "Kar Kar/Vincent" from Kongo Magni (WorldVillage)

Lauren Onkey
Bobby Blue Bland, Two Steps from the Blues (MCA)
James Booker, Spiders on the Keys (Rounder)
Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Alright Again! (Rounder)
Various Artists, Chess New Orleans (Chess)
E Street Radio (Sirius Satellite Channel 10)
Stevie Wonder, Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants (Motown; now available as part of iTunes The Complete Stevie Wonder)

Matthew Orel
Gary US Bonds, Back in 20 (M.C. Records)
Paul McCartney, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard Capitol)
John Hiatt, Master of Disaster (New West)
Bob Dylan, No Direction Home (Columbia)
Bruce Springsteen, Tunnel of Love 2005 (bootleg oflive performances from current tour)
E Street Radio (Sirius Satellite Channel 10)

Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen
E Street Radio (Sirius Satellite Channel 10)
J. Geils Band, Blow Your Face Out (Live) (Rhino)
J. Geils Band, Love Stinks (Capitol)
Stevie Wonder, Journey Through the Secret Life of Plants (Motown; now available as part of iTunes The Complete Stevie Wonder)
Mitch Hedberg, Strategic Grill Locations (Comedy Central)

APS
Marcos Hernandez, "If You Were Mine" from C C About Me (TVT)
Edu K, "Popozuda Rock and Roll" (MAN Germany)
Switchfoot, "Stars" from Nothing is Sound (Sony)
Neil Diamond with Brian Wilson, "Delirious Love" from 12 Songs (Columbia)
Goapele, "First Love" from Change It All (Sony advance single)
Kindred the Family Soul, "Where Would I Be If…(The Question)" from In This Life Together (Hidden Beach)
Jay Smooth, "Thank You Rosa Parks" (Sly Stone/Outkast/Neville Brothers mashup at hiphopmusic.com)

Fred Wilhelms
Betty Harris, Happiness Is Mine (unreleased CD)
Bruce Springsteen Soul Mix, Lauren Onkey compilation
Various Artists, Doc Pomus (Rhino)
Othar Turner & The Rising Star Fife and Drum Band, Everybody Hollerin' Goat (Birdman)
Dan Penn, Do Right Man (Sire) Various Artists, Gospel: The Soul of R&B (Sparrow/BMG Direct -- this week's bargain special)

Daniel Wolff
John Coltrane, One Down, One Up (Live at the Half Note) (Impulse)
Fred J. Eaglesmith and the Flying Squirrels, Things Is Changin' (Sweetwater Records)
Grandmaster Flash and others, Street Beat (Sugar Hill)
Jerry Lee Lewis, Rockin' My Life Away (Warner Bros.)
Meade Lux Lewis and others, The Original Honky Tonk Piano (Classic Jazz Masters)
Teddy Pendergrass, Teddy Pendergrass (Philadelphia International)
Memphis Slim, The Real Folk Blues (Chess)
Stevie Wonder, Stevie Wonder, A Time to Love (Motown)
The Great Jug Bands 1920's-30's, Ruckus Juice & Chitlins (Yazoo)
Various artists, Southern Journey, Vol. 4: Brethren, We Meet Again Rounder)

Danny Alexander
Cindy Bullens, Dream #29 (Blue Lobster)
Kristie Stremel, Ignoring the Obvious (Stremeltone)
Marah, If You Didn't Laugh, You'd Cry (YepRoc)
Sirius Springsteen y Mexicana
Stevie Wonder, Stevie Wonder, A Time to Love (Motown)

John Floyd
Stevie Wonder, Stevie Wonder, A Time to Love (Motown)
Bettye LaVette, The Complete Bettye LaVette 1962-1997 (no label)
Dion, Deja Nu (Collectables)
Bruce Springsteen, "Backstreets" (various live takes, 1975-1981)
The Waco Brothers, New Deal (Bloodshot)

3 Comments:

Anonymous Glenn Radecki said...

Third week you've posted these lists -- what exactly is the point here?

Yeah, the blog is published for free and I know exactly where to direct the complaints -- but it's a shame to see the concept of and talent on this site so under-utilized.

I love my Bruce boots as much as the next person, but does anybody really give a crap about which one I'm listening to this week?

7:57 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Dave, you've GOT to watch the Bill Withers DVD. "You gonna talk to me about the blues because you read about Bessie Smith in some book? I AM the goddamn blues!"

3:49 PM  
Anonymous NiXaM said...

oh my good heavens... blogging is just another reason people keep posting crap because they can, like my own comment...

but why should Bono talk about Iraq war if he feels like not to?? Is he supposed to talk about and clean up american shit? Infact i am enjoying the Iraq war personally... it is a kind of an equaliser... everyone beating themselves to the ground....
and i am not really sure if bush could have done anything else...

what Bono did is cleared up american treasury for Africa... if he has to talk to Bush well damn it he HAS to ... do u think talking to Al Gore would help u get cash for africa??

dont just write criticism because ur bum's feelin hot...

12:14 AM  

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