Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 180
Homemade Jam 180

Part 1

“Big Wheel Keep On Sinking” – Soft Healer from “EP”

“Girl in a Suitcase” – Johnny Dowd from “Do The Gargon”

“More is More” – The Small Kings from “Eating Oranges After Dark”

“Say Darlin’ Say” – Albert Moses Gravy Train from “Live at the Unitarian Church”

Part 2

“I Got It Bad for You” – The Andrew and Noah Band from “Andrew and Noah Band”

“Stars Are Shining” – Hardin Burns from “Lounge”

“More is More” – The Small Kings from “Eating Oranges After Dark”

“Say Darlin’ Say” – Albert Moses Gravy Train from “Live at the Unitarian Church”

 Part 3

“Meditron Meditation” – Cha Cha and the Ndor Band from “Food for Thought”

“Fall On Deep” – John Brown’s Body from “Kings and Queens”

“Spinning World” – Donna the Buffalo from “Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday”

“Bonnie Kate/Mason’s Apron” – Traonach from “Macintosh Jon”

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