Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 184
Homemade Jam 184

Part 1

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

“One Family” – Cha Cha & the Ndor Band from “Food for Thought”

“Mad Props” – The Sutras from “Call Out We’ll Find”

“Ease Your Mind” – The Fly Rods from “Adventures in Wilburland”

Part 2

“Wreathed Youth” – Monoculture from “Wreathed Youth”

“Ivan Laughingstock” – The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Band from “The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Band”

“I Do What I Want” – Summer People from “Burn the Germs”

“Teenage Suicide” – Alter Koker from “Alter Koker”

Part 3

“Ronnie Sang the Blues” – Steaming Pile of Mick from “Pet Wounds”

“I Just Wanna Rock” – The Rods from “Vengeance”

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

“Fighting Man (Jesse James)” – Evil City String Band from “Evil City String Band”

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