Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 169
Homemade Jam 169

Part 1

“Heartbreak, for Art’s Sake” – Starts on Friday from forthcoming album

“Why We Fight” – The Sutras from “Call Out We’ll Find You”

“Earthquake Hurricane Flood” – Hardin Burns from “Lounge”

“Don’t Know What We’ve Got” – Donna the Buffalo from “Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday”

Part 2

“She Looked Like Marilyn Monroe” – Billy Eli from “The UnExplainable Billy Eli”

“Waitin’ ‘Til The Devil Comes to Pray” – Danny Speer from “Where Were You When The Fun Began?”

“Shadow Man” – Peter Novelli from “Louisiana Roots and Blues”

“Rocket 88” – Steve Southworth & The Rockabilly Rays from “Rocket 88”

Part 3

“Empowher” – Ire Clad from “Ire Clad”

“Evolution” – Bone Jar from unreleased 2009 album

“Come Around”      5:26   Mike Brindisi & The New York Rock from “Taste” EP

“The Warning”       5:43   Big Mean Sound Machine from “Marauders”

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