Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 166
Homemade Jam 166

Part 1

“Under the Floor” – Sanjuro Fields from “Whiskey for the Dead”

“Launch in Five” – Why the Wires from “All These Dead Astronauts”

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

“All By Myself” – LOFTS from “SuNspELLS ep”

 Part 2

“I Love My Tribe” – Donna the Buffalo from “Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday”

“Hold Steady” – Anna Coogan from “The Wasted Ocean”

“Empty Hands” – John Brown’s Body from “Kings and Queens”

“Our Town” – Dynamic Inkline from “Hear to Have Fun”

 Part 3

“Crank It Up” – The Rods from “The Rods”

“First Avenue” – Elf from “Elf”

“Rooster in the Henhouse” – Mark Doyle & The Maniacs from “Pushin’”

“Tongue Power” – Big Mean Sound Machine from “Ouroboros”


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