Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 179
Homemade Jam 179

Part 1

“Deep Dark South” – Black is Green from “The Myth of Symmetry”

“Hit The Road” – The Fly Rods from “Adventures in WIlburland”

“Runaway Train” – Burns & Kristy from “Caravan”

“Definite Chill” – Regina O’Brien from “Switchyard Lullaby”

 Part 2

“Nine to Five” – The Gunpoets from “Shoot the Stars”

“Spirit of the Music” – Mosaic Foundation from “Mosaic Foundation”

“All That I Have” – Kevin Kinsella from “Great Design”

“Steve’s Salsa” – Jorge T Cuevas & the Caribe Jazz Allstars

 Part 3

“Caravan” – Sally Ramirez & Doug Robinson from “Crimson”

“From Prophecy to Heresy” – Big Mean Sound Machine from “Marauders”

“Rocket in my Pocket” – Joe Whiting from “Rocket in my Pocket”

“Drive Me Crazy” – The El Caminos from “10 and 2”

“Crazy” – The Oxtet from “The Oxtet”

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