Homemade Jam

Homemade Jam 229
Homemade Jam 229

Part 1

“Do You” – Spoon from “They Want My Soul”

“Beat the Curse” – Jimkata from “Feel in Light”

“Beat the Curse” (Ted Bowne Remix)  – Jimkata from “Remix in Light”

“Beat”– Second Dam from “Swimming”

Part 2

“Different Shades of Blue” – Joe Bonamassa from “Different Shades of Blue”

“All Gone Wrong” – Pete Panek and the Blue Cats from “Live at Castaways 2007”

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

“Walls in the Way” – Chris Merkley from “Thirty Miles from Nashville

Part 3

“Rally Time”– The Campbell Brothers from “Can You Feel It?”

“Come With Us” – The Gunpoets from “gunpoets ♥ you: Live at the Hangar Theatre”

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

“Angriest Man in the World” – Big Mean Sound Machine from “Contraband”

“Swing Guitars” – The Djangoners from “En Direct et Endiable” (“Live and Swinging”)


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