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Thursday, October 02, 2008


Thursday Morning Mix: Playlist, Episode 10028

Steve Earle, "Revolution Starts" Revolution Starts Now
Bekka Bramlett, "What Happened" Imus Ranch Record
Los Super 7, "Heard it On the X" Heard it On the X
Band of Annuals, "Blood on My Shirt" Let Me Live
Cadillac Sky, "Wouldn't Put it Past Love" Gravity's Our Enemy
Horse Flies, "Baghdad Children" Until the Ocean
Susan Tedeschi, "True" Back to the River
Gram Parsons, "California Cotton Fields" (live) Live 1973
Asylum St Spankers, "Asylum St Blues" (live) What? And Give Up Show Biz?
Two Tons of Steel, "Vegas" Vegas
Rory Block, "I Want to Go Home" Blues Walkin' Like a Man
Legendary Shack Shakers, "Swampblood" Swampblood
Melonie Cannon w/Willie Nelson, "Back to Earth" And the Wheels Turn
Jesse Dayton, "Country Soul Brother" Country Soul Brother
Jenny Lewis, "See Fernando" Acid Tongue
Los Lonely Boys, "Castanets" Por Vida
Alejandro Escovedo, "Always a Friend" Real Animal
Lucinda Williams, "Well Well Well" Little Honey
Lyle Lovett, "Private Conversation" Road to Ensenada
Yarn, "Empty Pockets" Empty Pockets
Blue Mountain, "Free State of Jones" Midnight in Mississippi


Today's Episode of the Thursday Morning Mix was a tad abbreviated, owing to KRFC's Fall Membership Drive. Thanks honestly to all who have contributed to make it a success. Thanks also to Jeff Koepke of the House Rent Party blues show, who joined me behind the mic. Incidentally, today's Thursday Morning Mix was brought to you by great new music from Utah's Band of Annuals and New York's band Yarn, whose Empty Pockets is promising to be one of the year's best follow-ups. Their 2006 self-titled album was a humble, homemade affair, but one with enough appeal to see it onto the americana radio charts. Band of Annuals' debut full-length Let Me Live holds the same promise. until then,
Scott

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