Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 161
Homemade Jam 161

Song/Band/CD

Part 1

“Pink Guitar” – Sim Redmond Band from “Live at GrassRoots”

“The One I Need To Find” – Mike Brindisi & The New York Rock from “Live and Well, Vol. 1”

Part 2 – Ronnie James Dio tribute

“Sit Down Honey (Everything Will be All Right)” – Elf from “Elf”

“Catch the Rainbow” – Rainbow from “Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow”

“Children of the Sea” – Black Sabbath from “Heaven and Hell”

“We Rock” – Dio from “The Last in Line”

 Part 3

In-studio segment with Living My Last Day

“We Could Do No Wrong“ – Living my last day

“Believe“- Living my last day

“Heartbeat intention“- Living my last day

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