Media Vixen: Radio Sally

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CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Mixed Genre


Artist Song
Peter Case (Flying Saucer Blues, Vanguard, 2000)  COOL DRINK O' WATER (Case) 
Jonell Mosser (Boys on the Side Original Soundtrack, Arista, 1995)  CROSSROADS (Johnson) 
Dave Alvin (Every Night About this Time, Demon, 1987)  LONG WHITE CADILLAC (Alvin) 
Top Jimmy and The Rhythm Pigs (Pigus-Drunkus-Maximus, Down There, 1988)  FRAMED (Leiber/Stoller) 
Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom featuring Lowell Fulson & South Central Rhythm & Perry G  GROOVELATIN' ACID BLUES (Levy/Geyer) 
X (Los Angeles, Slash, 1980)  THE PHONE'S OFF THE HOOK (Doe/Cervenka) 
Jefferson Airplane (Surrealistic Pillow, RCA, 1967)  SHE HAS FUNNY CARS (Kaukonen/Balin) 
Robben Ford and The Blue Line (Handful of Blues, MCA, 1995)  DON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTOOD (Benjamin/Marcus/Caldwell) 
Rodney Crowell (But What Will the Neighbors Think?, Columbia, 1980)  ASHES BY NOW (Crowell) 
Dream (Strange Days:The Psychedelic Sixties, Dressed to Kill, 2000)  FOR EMILY, WHEREVER I MAY FIND HER (Simon) 
Emmylou Harris/Dolores Keane/Mary Black (Bringing It All Back Home, Vol. 1, Valley Entertainment, 1998)  SONNY (Hyne) 
Joni Mitchell 9Court and Spark, Warner Bros., 1974)  DOWN TO YOU (Mitchell) 
Rickie Lee Jones (Traffic from Paradise, Geffen, 1993)  ALTAR BOY (Jones)  
Richard Thompson (Amnesia, Capitol, 1988)  RESTLESS KIND (Thompson) 
Nona Hendryx/Billy Vera (You Have to Cry Sometime, Shanachie, 1992)  GOT TO GET YOU OFF MY MIND (Burke) 
Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes (Black and Blue, Philadelphia International, 1973)  LOVE I LOST (Gamble/Huff/Martin) 
Little Feat (The Last Record Album, Warner Bros., 1975)  ONE LOVE STAND (Barrere/Payne) 
Etta James (Etta James Rocks the House, MCA/Chess, 1964)  BABY, WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO? (Reed) 
Ernest Ranglin (Below the Baseline, Island, 1996)  KING TUBBY MEETS THE ROCKERS (Pablo) 


Ah, the many faces of procrastination! I dug this one up and just had to amend and post it! Really great stuff on this one from five years ago (!). I find that these mixed genre mixes wear very well for me. For those of you who have yet to get to Peter Case, he's really good, this record is extra good, and his stuff goes out of print somewhat rapidly. This version of "Crossroads" is the only Jonell thing I've been able to find, but she tears it up (and in a crummy movie, too). D. Alvin, ... isn't it time someone did a tribute record to him? A classic song. A Leiber/Stoller fave and then some serious fun funk from Ron Levy. I can't quite figure out where the title comes from ... Love X, always. One of my favorite Airplane songs which I have never understood ... but the instrumental track used to be the theme music for track and field events on CBS in the '70s. I could blab on ... but you get it. I like this music. You should too. Title from the refrain on the Harold Melvin tune (regarded as the first disco hit!) ... Cheers.


Rob Conroy
Date: 7/24/2007
This is cool. I definitely prefer a good mixed-genre effort over any kind of theme mix...
Date: 7/24/2007
Fine stuff hear.
The Misfit
Date: 7/24/2007
Date: 7/24/2007
I'm with Rob.
anthony lombardi
Date: 7/24/2007
rob & gobi said it - the mixed genre mix is certainly the most engaging to my ears - lookin' great as usual
Sean Lally
Date: 7/25/2007
This is fantastic!
Date: 7/26/2007
Sister ZoT Jarvis
Date: 7/28/2007
this looks better than perfect. with your mixes, there's never a bad'un. etta james' chess records era is tops!
Date: 7/29/2007
Date: 7/29/2007
Just full of great stuff. Love the Peter Case opener.
Date: 7/29/2007
Almost missed this...and that would have stunk, as this is of the highest order. 5 - 12 is genius in it's sequencing. Awesome.
Mark Petruccelli
Date: 7/30/2007
That 11-14 run is stellar. Great Alvin, Airplane and Etta tracks too.
p the swede
Date: 8/6/2007
great stuff, esp 11-13