Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 178
Homemade Jam 178

Part 1

“In An Instant” – Sim Redmond Band from “Shining Through”

“Faith” – Kevin Kinsella from “Great Design”

“Can We Get Along?” – Cha Cha & The Ndor Band from “Food for Thought”

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

Part 2

“Second Opinion” – Divot from “Divot”

“Sidewalker” – Stone Soul Foundation from “Electric Valley”

“Nothing Going On In The City” – The Rods from “The Rods

“Hoochie Koochie Lady” – Elf from “Elf”

Part 3

“Luana” – The Small Kings from “Eating Oranges After Dark”

“Our Love is Gonna Last” – The Nepotist from “The Nepotist EP”

“I Oughta Go” – Not From Wisconsin from “Not From Wisconsin”

“Seeds” – Big Mean Sound Machine from “Marauders”

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