Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 223
Homemade Jam 223

Part 1

“I Love My Tribe” – Donna the Buffalo from “Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday”

“Pink Guitar” – Sim Redmond Band from “Live at GrassRoots”

“14 Reasons” – The Horse Flies from “Until the Ocean”

“Lazy Eye” – Red Dog Run from “Red Dog Run”

Part 2

“Wishing Well” – The Gunpoets from “gunpoets ♥ you: Live at the Hangar Theatre”

“Shine Bright” – John Brown’s Body from “Kings and Queens”

“Mutoto” – Samite from “My Music World”

“Cotton Eyed Joe” – John Specker from “Rockingham Cindy”

Part 3

“Animal State” – The Blind Spots from “Animal State”

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

“You Go Down Smooth” – Lake Street Dive from “Bad Self Portraits”

“Blue Sky” – Dickey Betts & Great Southern from “Live at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame”

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