Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 192
Homemade Jam 192

Part 1

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

“Songs We Love” – The Burns Sisters from “Tradition”

“Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” – Bad Religion from “Christmas Songs”

“No Replacement” – The Geronimo Line from “The Geronimo Line”

 Part 2

“Jingle Bells” – Johnny Dowd from “The Pawnbroker’s Wife”

“Pale Blue Parka” – Jennie Lowe Stearns & The Fire Choir from “Blurry Edges”

“Anything Can Happen” – Mary Lorson & Saint Low from “Tricks for Dawn”

 Part 3  Q&A with Dan Forsyth of Driftwood

“The Sun’s Going Down”– Driftwood

“Buffalo Street” — Driftwood

“Outer Space” — Driftwood

“Before I Rust” — Driftwood

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