Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 198
Homemade Jam 198

Part 1

“What I Know Is True” – The Fly Rods from “Catch and Release”

“Turn Your Baby On” – The Sutras from “Those Are Mountains”

“In From the Cold” – Jennie Lowe Stearns & The Fire Choir from “Blurry Edges”

“Blast Off” – Mary Lorson & Saint Low from “Tricks for Dawn”

Part 2

“Down at the Honky Tonk” – Chris Taylor from “Down at the Honky Tonk”

“Lookin’ For Your Love” – Bert Scholl from “Letters from the Prison City”

“It Fades” – The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Band from “The Starry Mountain Sweetheart Band”

“Stray” – Candypants from “No Honey”

Part 3

“Babysitters” – Steve Gollnick from “Somewhere in the Nowhere”

“We’ll Get Along” – Common Railers from “The Spark”

“Other Side of the Mountain” – Balsam Ridge from “Papertown”

“Down On My Knees” – Evil City String Band from “Evil City String Band”

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