Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 219
Homemade Jam 219

Part 1

“What Happened to You” – The Unknown Woodsmen from forthcoming album

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

“Pour It Down” – The Howlin’ Brothers from “Trouble”

“Molly O!” – Simone Felice from “Strangers”

Part 2

“Echo of Your Voice” – Rockwood Ferry from “Rockwood Ferry”

“The Turning” – David Graybeard from “The Turning”

“Snake in the Grass” – Brandon Schmitt from “Red Blood Blues”

“Murder” – Johnny Dowd from “Live in Morgantown”

Part 3

“Great Big Fake Ones” – The Rods – online single

“Everyday’s a Holiday” – Ten Man Push – online single

“Drift Away” – Joe Whiting from “Rocket In My Pocket”

“All I Have Is Yours” – Candypants from “Sick at Heart”


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