WCOM Play List for January 30, 2012

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Jan 302012
 

wcom play list logoThis week I’ll be playing new music from The Far West, Lincoln Durham, and Jackstraw. I’ll also be playing some old favorites from Wanda Jackson, Janiva Magness, and the Drive By Truckers.

My interview guest this week is Ace Crayton from the Thieving Birds.

As usual, local listeners can tune into WCOM 103.5 FM and everyone else can tune into the WCOM webcast.

“Baby Doll” / Charlie Gracie / “Baby Doll” Single / 3:05
Funnel of Love (with The Cramps) / Wanda Jackson / Heart Trouble / 2:33
Cave / Hymn For Her / Lucy & Wayne And The American Stream / 2:28
Messin Up / Steve Cropper & Sharon Jones / Dedicated – A Salute To The 5 Royales / 3:05

*** Interview with Ace Crayton from The Thieving Birds ***

Sink Hole / Drive-By Truckers / Decoration Day / 3:27
Never Had A Problem / Andre Williams and the New Orleans Hellhounds / Can You Deal With It? / 2:29
You Were Never Mine / Janiva Magness / Do I Move You / 4:36
Got My Mojo Working / Muddy Waters / His Best, 1956 To 1964 / 2:53
Have You Ever Been Lonely / Paladino / Paladino / 2:16
Better Place To Stop / The Damn Quails / Down the Hatch / 3:20
You’ve Been Lonesome, Too / Alan Jackson / The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams / 3:23
Ashes & Fire / Ryan Adams / Ashes & Fire / 3:49
This Time Around / Randy Rogers / Rollercoaster / 4:34
Just Another Way To Go / Jackstraw / Sunday Never Comes / 2:53
Your Benefit / The Gourds / Old Mad Joy / 4:15
How Does A Crow Fly / Lincoln Durham / The Shovel Vs. The Howling Bones / 2:36

 

 

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Jan 302012
 

On episode 73 of the Taproot Podcast, Lincoln Durham talks about his residency at Gruene Hall, why he can’t write love songs, his long path from playing fiddle to Son House and Fred McDowell, and why he wrote a creepy songs about ne’er-do-well characters playing forty two.

Lincoln Durham PictureTPR#73 Lincoln Durham – Interview and Music (MP3)

PSA

Jack Benny PSA on the importance of racial and religious tolerance.

Show Notes

Lincoln Durham on iTunes (Note: The Shovel vs The Howling Bones is not available until January 31, 2012.)

Lincoln Durham web site

Lincoln Durham Interview Recap

Lincoln Durham explains how he came up with the creepy title “The Shovel vs The Howling Bones” for his new CD. He says he doesn’t seem to be able to write a love song. He tried to come up with a way to describe the emotions throughout the CD.

Lincoln Durham talks about his favorite song “Mud Puddles.” because it gives us a hint about where his next CD is going to go. He enjoyed the chance to play some fiddle on this tune.

[plays “Mud Puddle”]

Lincoln Durham talks about the guidance he got from the CD’s co-producer, Ray Wylie Hubbard. Ray told him to emphasize being able to play and deliver a song by yourself and then add stuff to it. So he encouraged him to adopt a finger picking style with the thumb providing a base. Ray told him if you start like that you can feel comfortable booking a gig even if the band can’t show up.

Lincoln Durham took that advice to heart and the next thing he added was a porchboard bass/lo fi microphone, which is something he could also do on his own. Later he added harmonica as well and he already knew how to play fiddle from when he was a kid.

Lincoln Durham talks about how he did a show with Scott H. Biram a few months ago and how he was impressed and encouraged that someone was out there proving that there is a market for this kind of sound.

Lincoln Durham introduces “Love Letters” which is a free download from his web site. He says this one was especially fun to record and that it has a rockabilly-ish feel to it. It’s basic, no bass. mostly him and Rick Richards on drums. This song is about everyone has past lives and relationships that didn’t work out and how everyone “has love letters to burn.”

[plays “Love Letters”]

Lincoln Durham talks about how ended up as a blues man. He started out playing fiddle when he was 4 years old, thanks to the influence of his dad and granddad. He played monthly opry shows from around 7-8  until he was 15, out in a turn of the century school house. Back then it was largely bluegrass. Then he transitioned to guitar and wanted to be the next Hendrix. His father was into Outlaw Country listening to Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash etc. But His guitar interests led him to bands like Led Zeppelin who then pointed him to the early blues men like Son House and Fred McDowell. Lincoln Durham says that now he’s finally playing the music he wants to be instead of imitating others.

Lincoln Durham introduces “Reckoning Lament” This is a song that talks about Fred McDowell, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Robert Johnson, etc. The idea of it came from playing dominoes, especially 42, which he has played a lot of over the years. he had a dream about playing dominoes with ne’er do well characters. The next day he woke up and wrote the song in a single day which is unusual for him.

[plays “Reckoning Lament”]

Lincoln Durham talks about the residency he did at Gruene Hall, which claims to be the oldest dance hall in Texas.

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Taproot Radio News #297

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Jan 292012
 

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Howdy,

Charlie Gracie is one of those masters of rock and roll most kids these days have never heard of. But The Stones have. Graham Nash has. Van Morrison has. He was one of the early American Rock and Rollers to tour Britain in the mid 50’s and has been cited as a key influence by many of the rock legends. This week I received in the mail a CD single promoting a new(?) tune of his called “Baby Doll,” which combines a full on rock and roll sound with an early rockabilly vibe. Was glad to receive it. Not sure if this is a teaser for more Charlie Gracie releases to come, but we can hope.

On episode 72 of the Taproot Podcast, Lee Briante of The Far West talks about the importance of having video and internet media available for today’s audience; how it made him feel to move to Los Angeles; and how recording in an American Legion hall brought their debut self-titled CD to life.

Dig Deep,
Calvin

Taproot Road Song 297

“Messin’ Up by Sharon Jones. Follow the link to hear the song on iTunes or SPotify.

Sharon Jones is a soul goddess and Messin’ Up is a classic soul tune from the Five Royales. In other words a killer combination of music and soul.

Recent Podcast Episodes

Episode 68 – We feature a special audio show about the making of The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams. 13 singer/songwriters were given the opportunity to set lyrics from Hank Williams’ notebooks to music and perform them on the CD. On this show hosted by Alejandro Escovedo, we hear the artists such as Jack White, Rodney Crowell, and Alan Jackson talk about what it was like to “collaborate” with Hank Williams.

Episode 69 –  Cam Penner talks about his motivation for writing songs when he was younger, his roadtrip across North America, getting stopped by the police, his time with Jesus People USA, and how he set up the recording of his latest CD, Gypsy Summer.

Episode 70 – Lydia Loveless talks about how much she enjoyed going into the sound booth to “scream until I almost passed out” when recording her CD, Indestructible Machine; her admiration for the songwriting of Sunny Sweeney and the guitar work of James Wilsey; her advice to aspiring artists; and why punk rock wasn’t a rebellion for her.

Episode 71 – John Lilly talks about meeting Bill Kirchen and Bill’s help on his most recent CD, Cold Comfort; how he funded the CD by winning a songwriting contest; working at the Country Music Hall of Fame and getting to visit “the cathedral of Country Music”; his yearly Hank Williams Tribute show; and introduces us to three songs on his Cold Comfort CD.

Episode 72, Lee Briante of The Far West talks about the importance of having video and internet media available for today’s audience; how it made him feel to move to Los Angeles; and how recording in an American Legion hall brought their debut self-titled CD to life.

Recent Adds

  • “Baby Doll”  / Charlie Gracie / “Baby Doll” Single / 3:05

  • Whisky Whispers / Nearly Beloved / Where’s Bob? / 4:41

  • Streets Of Pocatello / Karen Dahlstrom / Gem State EP / 3:56

  • Save Yourself / Lewie Longmire Band  / Tales Of The Left Coast Roasters / 5:16

This Week’s Rotation

Taproot Play Lists on iTunes

This week’s play list on Live365

This week’s play list on Spotify

  • Six Days On The Road / Gram Parsons / Under Your Spell Again [Disc II] / 3:13
  • Ashes & Fire / Ryan Adams / Ashes & Fire / 3:49
  • Carolina Dreams / Lee Marcus / Grandpa’s Pond / 3:12
  • Magnolia Wind / Emmylou Harris & John Prine / This One’s For Him: A Tribute To Guy Clark [Disc 2] / 4:23
  • Sink Hole / Drive-By Truckers / Decoration Day / 3:27
  • Whisky Whispers / Nearly Beloved / Where’s Bob? / 4:41
  • Funnel of Love (with The Cramps) / Wanda Jackson / Heart Trouble / 2:33
  • Never Had A Problem / Andre Williams and the New Orleans Hellhounds / Can You Deal With It? / 2:29
  • This Time Around / Randy Rogers / Rollercoaster / 4:34
  • Two Can Play Your Game / Marquise Knox / Here I Am  / 4:06
  • You Were Never Mine / Janiva Magness / Do I Move You / 4:36
  • Buick City / Whitey Morgan / Whitey Morgan & The 78s / 3:12
  • Come See About Me / The Supremes / The Ultimate Collection / 2:42
  • Good Times / Ray Bonneville / Bad Man’s Blood / 3:55
  • Ramblin’ On My Mind / Robert Johnson / The Centennial Collection / 2:22
  • We Don’t Live Here Anymore / Jakob Dylan / Women And Country / 4:24
  • Here Tomorrow Gone Today / Two Dollar Pistols / Here Tomorrow Gone Today / 3:28
  • I-95 / John Lilly / Cold Comfort / 3:10
  • Just Another Way To Go / Jackstraw / Sunday Never Comes / 2:53
  • Marching  To Zion / The Brothers In The Kitchen / Bring It Back Alive / 2:41
  • Signs / The Avett Brothers / Mignonette / 3:45
  • Cleaning House / Grandpaboy / Dead Man Shake / 2:32
  • Mr. Big Stuff / Jean Knight / Stax 1968-1971 #7 / 2:34
  • Bound to Lose / The Far West / The Far West / 2:41
  • Cave / Hymn For Her / Lucy & Wayne And The American Stream / 2:28
  • Have You Ever Been Lonely / Paladino / Paladino / 2:16
  • How Does A Crow Fly / Lincoln Durham / The Shovel Vs. The Howling Bones / 2:36
  • Got My Mojo Working / Muddy Waters / His Best, 1956 To 1964 / 2:53
  • Halfway House / Arty Hill and the Long Gone Daddys / Another Lost Highway / 3:55
  • Over Again (Feat. Zoe Muth) / Eilen Jewell / Queen Of The Minor Key / 4:02
  • La Mujer / Flaco Jiménez / Tex-Mex Party / 2:20
  • Messin Up / Steve Cropper & Sharon Jones / Dedicated – A Salute To The 5 Royales / 3:05
  • Twang This / Randy Thompson / Collected / 3:54
  • One Way Gal / Jon Shain Trio / The Kress Sessions / 4:06
  • Pick It Up, Lay It in The Cut / Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings / Dap-Dippin’ With… / 4:08
  • The Slummer The Slum / Steve Cropper & Buddy Miller / Dedicated – A Salute To The 5 Royales / 3:12
  • Dancing Queen / The Yayhoos / Fear Not The Obvious / 4:23
  • Low Down Dog / Honeyboy Edwards / Roamin’ And Ramblin’ / 1:43
  • Your Benefit / The Gourds / Old Mad Joy / 4:15
  • Shine Along / The Black Crowes / Before The Frost…Until The Freeze / 4:33
  • I’m So Proud / Dan Penn / The Man Of Somebody’s Dreams: A Tribute to the Songs of Chris Gaffney / 3:06
  • Just One More Day / Otis Redding / Deep Soul Treasures 2 / 3:26
  • Better Place To Stop / The Damn Quails / Down the Hatch / 3:20
  • My Friend The Devil / Audra Mae and The Almighty Sound / EP / 3:05
  • Truth! / Ruthie Foster / KGSR Broadcasts Vol. 17 (Disc 1) / 3:22
  • “Baby Doll”  / Charlie Gracie / “Baby Doll” Single / 3:05
  • Always A Friend / Alejandro Escovedo / Real Animal / 3:36
  • Hell, Yes I Cheated / Johnny Adams / More Dirty Laundry: The Soul Of Black Country / 3:33
  • House Of Gold / Patty Griffin / Downtown Church / 2:54
  • Mr. Lonely / Jeff Hart / Ghosts Of The Old North State / 3:33
  • You’ve Been Lonesome, Too / Alan Jackson / The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams / 3:23
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Road Song Of The Week: “Messin’ Up” By Sharon Jones and Steve Cropper

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Jan 292012
 

Sharon JonesThis week’s road song of the week is from soul diva Sharon Jones who helped out Steve Cropper on his Tribute CD to the Five Royales with a cover of “Messin’ Up.”

I like the Sharon belts out the chorus on this one. If you ever get a chance to see her perform live, do it. You won’t regret it.

“Messin’ Up” on Dedictated: A Tribute To The Five Royales on iTunes.
Messin’ Up on the Taproot Road Song Of The Week on Spotify

WCOM Play List for January 23, 2012

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Jan 232012
 

wcom play list logoThis week I’ll be playing an Etta James tribute set at the end of the hour and will be playing new music from Jackstraw and the Dan Quails.

My interview guests this week are Lucy and Wayne from Hymn For Her. If you like trailer park rock, they’re the band for you!

As usual, local listeners can tune into WCOM 103.5 FM and everyone else can tune into the WCOM webcast.

The Wallflower (Dance With Me Henry) / Etta James / Gold / 2:59
Fool’s Gold / The Damn Quails / Down the Hatch / 4:15
More Like Them / Lydia Loveless / Indestructible Machine – CLEAN / 4:06
Love Letters / Lincoln Durham / The Shovel Vs. The Howling Bones / 2:58

*** Interview with Hymn for Her ***

My Heart Still Stands With You / Jason And The Scorchers / Still Standing (2002 Reissue) / 3:37
I-95 / John Lilly / Cold Comfort / 3:10
Home / Thieving Birds / Thieving Birds / 4:43
Dontcha Lie to Me Baby (Album) / Scott H. Biram / Bad Ingredients / 1:54
Nothing / The Far West / The Far West / 2:38
A Sunday Kind of Love / Etta James / Gold / 3:18
At Last / Etta James / Gold / 3:01
Trust In Me / Etta James / Gold / 3:00
Something’s Got A Hold On Me / Etta James / Gold / 2:50
Almost Persuaded / Etta James / Gold / 3:23
Sunday Never Comes / Jackstraw / Sunday Never Comes / 3:36

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Jan 232012
 

Lee Briante of The Far West talks about the importance of having video and internet media available for today’s audience; how it made him feel to move to Los Angeles; and how recording in an American Legion hall brought their debut self-titled CD to life.

The Far West Promo Pic

The Far West

TPR#72 Lee Briante from The Far West – Interview and Music (MP3)

Show Notes:

Recap of Lee Briante Interview

Lee Briante talks about how no one from the band is from Los Angeles. Everyine moved there from somewhere else. Everyone in the band is an experienced musician from other projects but this is the first CD issued from The Far West.

Lee Briante says some songs on the CD are written by him and some are written by the bass man Robert Black. Lee walks through the CD’s original line up and the band’s current line up.

Lee Briante introduces “Bitter, Drunk, and Cold,” saying it described how he felt when he first go to LA and had to deal with being alone at first.

[plays “Bitter, Drunk, and Cold”]

Lee Briante talks about how that song has a little bit of a Bakersfield sound to it.

Lee Briante talks about the documentary that was made while the band was recording the CD. They had been playing many of their gigs ate a local American Legion hall and he felt like many of the songs came alive in that hall. The American Legion Hall was a visually interesting place so they decided to have a documentary made of the recording. Lee works in video production and they knew the camera man, so they were comfortable with him being there. Lee says these days you have to have a whole collection of media to keep people interested.

Lee Briante introduces the song, “Bound To Lose.” He describes it as a moving song. It’s about packing up your duffle bag and heading out and not being sure where you’ll end up.

[plays “Bound To Lose”]

Lee Briante talks about how the band tried playing “Bound To Lose” a couple of different ways before they settled on the sound. He says that at first they were trying a more bluegrass approach to the song. But when Robert Black switched to electric bass, the song came together better. But they wanted to keep the banjo bits because it gave the song a rolling moving feel. Lee says he likes how the song has a road vibe to it.

Lee Briante describes Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, and John Prine as song writing influences. He talks about “St. James Infirmary” being the first song he ever played in public.

lee Briante talks about hos there is a definite alt.country/americana scene in L.A. and there is a core set of bands that play  together once or twice a week.

Lee Briante introduces “I’ll Never Drink Again.” He says he’s trying to boil things down and keep it simple. In this song he limits it to girls names, drinks, and promises that can never be kept.

[Plays “I’ll Never Drink Again”]

Lee Briante notes that the band is getting ready to play South By Southwest and is working on putting together some more theatrical, staged videos.

Lee Briante advises independent artists to treat their music like a small business. He says an internet presence is crucial but there are so many online services for managing a band it’s hard to keep up with them all.

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The Taproot Radio Podcast is copyright 2011 by Taproot Media. The music and interviews in this episode are used with permission of the artists. The Taproot Theme music is called “Meltdown Man” by Derek K. Miller of Penmachine.com. The episode as a whole is copyright 2011 by Taproot Media.

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Taproot Radio News #296

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Jan 212012
 

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Howdy,

The Damn Quails are going into rotation this week with some country rock that takes you back somewhere that you never you came from. Jackstraw caught me by surprise. They’re doing bluegrass, but not their grandfather’s bluegrass. They are doing their own here and now bluegrass. Believe me, that makes all the difference. Several tracks going into rotation this week.

I was sad to hear that Etta James passed away this week. I’ll be doing a tribute set for her this week. I’m glad that she’s getting so much recognition. But I have to say it, “At Last” has never been one of my favorites. Tune in on Monday to hear a set of some of the lesser known Etta James songs that will blow you away.

On episode 71 of the Taproot Podcast, John Lilly talks about meeting Bill Kirchen and Bill’s help on his most recent CD, Cold Comfort; how he funded the CD by winning a songwriting contest; working at the Country Music Hall of Fame and getting to visit “the cathedral of Country Music”; his yearly Hank Williams Tribute show; and introduces us to three songs on his Cold Comfort CD.

Dig Deep,
Calvin

Taproot Road Song 296

This week’s road song is from Audra Mae and the Almighty Sound. “Won’t Grow Up” is sort of your typical rebellion against mundaneness, but Audra Mae does a great job selling the vibe. Truly a crank it up song.

Recent Podcast Episodes

Episode 67 – Jonathan Harkham from the band Paladino, talks about trying to capture the textures of the southern California landscape and latino culture, listening to his mother’s country music while growing up in Los Angeles, and why he chose to cover “Green Green Grass of Home.”

Episode 68 – We feature a special audio show about the making of The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams. 13 singer/songwriters were given the opportunity to set lyrics from Hank Williams’ notebooks to music and perform them on the CD. On this show hosted by Alejandro Escovedo, we hear the artists such as Jack White, Rodney Crowell, and Alan Jackson talk about what it was like to “collaborate” with Hank Williams.

Episode 69 –  Cam Penner talks about his motivation for writing songs when he was younger, his roadtrip across North America, getting stopped by the police, his time with Jesus People USA, and how he set up the recording of his latest CD, Gypsy Summer.

Episode 70 – Lydia Loveless talks about how much she enjoyed going into the sound booth to “scream until I almost passed out” when recording her CD, Indestructible Machine; her admiration for the songwriting of Sunny Sweeney and the guitar work of James Wilsey; her advice to aspiring artists; and why punk rock wasn’t a rebellion for her.

Episode 71 – John Lilly talks about meeting Bill Kirchen and Bill’s help on his most recent CD, Cold Comfort; how he funded the CD by winning a songwriting contest; working at the Country Music Hall of Fame and getting to visit “the cathedral of Country Music”; his yearly Hank Williams Tribute show; and introduces us to three songs on his Cold Comfort CD.

Recent Adds

  • Voodoo Woman / Jonathan Jeter / Late To My Own Funeral / 4:05

  • 19 Doin’ 20 / Jonathan Jeter / Late To My Own Funeral / 3:35

  • Breakdown / Audra Mae and The Almighty Sound / EP / 3:19

  • My Friend The Devil / Audra Mae and The Almighty Sound / EP / 3:05

  • Won’t Grow Up / Audra Mae and The Almighty Sound / EP / 2:36

  • Another Story / The Damn Quails / Down the Hatch (Rough Masters from Joe) / 3:33

  • Better Place To Stop / The Damn Quails / Down the Hatch (Rough Masters from Joe) / 3:20

  • Fool’s Gold / The Damn Quails / Down the Hatch (Rough Masters from Joe) / 4:15

  • Mr. Lonely / Jeff Hart / Ghosts Of The Old North State / 3:33

  • Wayfaring Stranger / Jeff Hart / Ghosts Of The Old North State / 3:32

  • Come On Back To Me / Jackstraw / Sunday Never Comes / 3:08

  • Just Another Way To Go / Jackstraw / Sunday Never Comes / 2:53

  • Sunday Never Comes / Jackstraw / Sunday Never Comes / 3:36

 

This Week’s Rotation

 

  • King of That Thing / Arty Hill and the Long Gone Daddys / Another Lost Highway / 3:59
  • Swept Avay / The Avett Brothers / Mignonette / 3:55
  • Sugarfoot / Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears / KGSR Broadcasts Vol. 18 (Disc 2) / 3:19
  • The Gravedigger (Radio Edit) / The Bluerunners / Honey Slides  (Radio Edit) / 5:08
  • The Hennepin Avenue Bridge / Brian Setzer / 13 [Bonus Track] / 3:09
  • Newborn Blues / Calvin Newborn / It’s All Connected / 8:36
  • Fool’s Gold / The Damn Quails / Down the Hatch / 4:15
  • Junkyard Junky / Dan Penn / Junkyard Junky / 4:09
  • S.O.T. / Danny Barnes / Rocket / 3:15
  • Daddy’s Cup / Drive-By Truckers / The Dirty South / 5:53
  • Nothing / The Far West / The Far West / 2:38
  • Melchert / The Gourds / Old Mad Joy / 2:55
  • Wake Up (Next To You) / Graham Parker & The Shot / Graham Parker Ultimate Collection / 5:10
  • No Time To Waste / Hacienda Brothers / Music For Ranch & Town / 4:40
  • Sunday Never Comes / Jackstraw / Sunday Never Comes / 3:36
  • Yonder Come The Blues / Jakob Dylan / Women And Country / 4:01
  • My Heart Still Stands With You / Jason And The Scorchers / Still Standing (2002 Reissue) / 3:37
  • Sister Ray Charles / JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound / Want More / 3:25
  • Austin After Midnight / Jimmy LaFave / Favorites 1991-2001 / 4:15
  • One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer / John Lee Hooker / From Clarksdale to Cleveland Vol.1 The Roadhouse / 2:54
  • I-95 / John Lilly / Cold Comfort / 3:10
  • 19 Doin’ 20 / Jonathan Jeter / Late To My Own Funeral / 3:35
  • Love Letters / Lincoln Durham / The Shovel Vs. The Howling Bones / 2:58
  • More Like Them / Lydia Loveless / Indestructible Machine – CLEAN / 4:06
  • Hannah’s Trading Post / Malcolm Holcombe / For The Mission Baby / 3:26
  • Operator / Mary Wells / The Ultimate collection / 2:46
  • Snow Deer / Paladino / Paladino / 2:29
  • My Mortal Sin / Parker Roads / Youngblood / 2:24
  • I Want It Back / Pieta Brown / Mercury / 4:57
  • If You Don’t Love Me, Would You Fool Me Good? / Precious Bryant / Blues Came To Georgia / 1:33
  • Twang This / Randy Thompson / Collected / 3:54
  • Homegrown Tomatoes / Ray Wylie Hubbard / This One’s For Him: A Tribute To Guy Clark [Disc 1] / 3:30
  • Steady Rollin’ Man / Robert Johnson / The Centennial Collection / 2:37
  • Ashes & Fire / Ryan Adams / Ashes & Fire / 3:49
  • Dontcha Lie to Me Baby (Album) / Scott H. Biram / Bad Ingredients / 1:54
  • Ain’t Much / Scotty Alan / Wreck And The Mess / 1:24
  • Angel Mine / Sheryl Crow / The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams / 3:36
  • Messin Up / Steve Cropper & Sharon Jones / Dedicated – A Salute To The 5 Royales / 3:05
  • Home / Thieving Birds / Thieving Birds / 4:43
  • Take, Take, Take / The White Stripes / Get Behind Me Satan / 4:23
  • I’m Lonely (But I Ain’t That Lonely Yet) / The White Stripes / Get Behind Me Satan / 4:20
  • I’m In Love / Wilson Pickett / The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett / 2:34
  • Woman On The Interstate / Yarn / Yarn / 3:42
  • Dead And Gone / Yvette Landry / Should Have Known / 3:15

 

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