Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 212
Homemade Jam 212

Part 1

“Animals” – The Blind Spots from “Small Stampede”

“Beat” – Second Dam from “Swimming”

“The Sun’s Going Down” – Driftwood from “Driftwood”

“Miner in the Mourning” – Joe Crookston from “Georgia I’m Here”

Part 2

“The Ballad of John Henry” – Joe Bonamassa from “The Ballad of John Henry”

“Man on the Silver Mountain” – Rob Halford from “Ronnie James Dio: This Is Your Life”

“Rockin’ The Country” – Ten Man Push from online download

Part 3

“you Better Believe It” –  Black Candy From “The Gold Beach”

“Same Way Too” – Not From Wisconsin” from “Not From Wisconsin”

“Crimson” – Dreamt from “Eyes Get Wide”

“Crazy” – The Oxtet from “The Oxtet”

“Triphammer” – Solaris from “Neon”

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