Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 191
Homemade Jam 191

Part 1

“Signs of the Time” – Mosaic Foundation from “Signs of the Time”

“8 Track Mind” – The Gunpoets from “Come With Us”

“Lost Avenue” – Johnny Dowd from “Temporary Shelter”

“Love Without Strings” – Anna Coogan from “The Wasted Ocean”

Part 2

“Roller Coaster” – Driftwood from “Driftwood”

“Impact” – Powerdove from “Be Mine”

“Happy Little Hippie Girl” – Billy Golicki from online download

“Blue Blue Water” – Linda Stout from “Good Luck Child”

Part 3

“Cry” – Summer People from “Burn the Germs”

“October” – Del Paxton from “Worst.Summer.Ever”

“Winter Lung” – Why The Wires from “All These Dead Astronauts”

“Hello Cruel World” – Bad Religion from “True North”

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


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