Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 165
Homemade Jam 165

Part 1

“Pretty Boy” – Johnny Dowd from “Do The Gargon”

“Hibachi Sushi Dance” – Tzar with Moist Paula from “Live at the Stone NYC”

“Billy’s Song” – The El Caminos from “10 and 2”

“Looking for Your Love” – Bert Scholl from “Letters from the Prison City”

 Part 2

“Shine Bright” – John Brown’s Body from “Kings and Queens”

“No Battlefield” – Kevin Kinsella from “Great Design”

“Love is on the Way” – Harry Nichols from “Love en Route”

“The Chump and the Child” – Samuel B Lupowitz & the Ego Band from “Songs to Make You Wealthier and More Attractive”

Part 3

“Suicide” – LOFTS from “Suicide EP”

“Good Stuff” – Summer People from “Burn the Germs”

“All Aboard” – Donna the Buffalo from “Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday”

“I’ve Been Loving You” – Thomas Bryan Eaton from “We All Want to Be Love”

“Lost Goose”         Richie Stearns & Rosie Newton from “Tractor Beam”

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