Steve Marriner “El Encuentro” from Going Up (Dog My Cat Records 2007)Buy it!
Faces “You're So Rude” from Five Guys Walk Into a Bar (Box Set) (Warner Bros. 2004) —Ronnie Lane singin' this one. It's The Faces...what more do you need to say?Buy it!
Buffalo Springfield “Mr. Soul” from Buffalo Springfield Again (ATCO 1967) —This is just one tough, cool song, and I never get tired of hearing it. What a deep groove - too cool!Buy it!
The Yayhoos “Love Train” from Put the Hammer Down (Lakeside Lounge Records 2006) —I hope all you Yayhoos out there enjoyed this one. This band is a favorite of mine, as are most any of them that feature Dan Baird, Eric Ambel or Terry Anderson.Buy it!
Patrick Sweany “Bus Station” from Close To the Floor (Nine Mile Records 2013) —Another of my all-time favorite artists, and this tune was right at the top of my top 10 list for 2013.Buy it!
Queen Esther “Jet Airliner (The Black Americana Version)” from The Other Side (El Recordings/Self-Released 2014) N —Queen Esther take Jet Airliner back home to it's roots with Paul Pena. If you haven't heard Pena's version, you need to. Seriously.Buy it!
Rose Tattoo “Scarred For Life” (Repertoire Records 1990) —Originally released in 1982. To say these cats were rough and ready would be a massive understatement. That said, I dig 'em1Buy it!
AC/DC “Gone Shootin'” from Powerage (ATCO 2003) —Originally released on Atco in 1978. The remastered version sounds pretty good, folks.Buy it!
The Easybeats “Gonna Have A Good Time” from More Nuggets Classics From The Psychedelic Sixties Vol 2 (Rhino 1987) —For those who didn't know, the Easybeats featured George Young in the band, who was the older brother of Malcolm and Angus (of AC/DC).Buy it!
Clothesline Revival “Not Have No Spot” from The Greatest Show on Mars (PALEO MUSIC 2014) N —This features an unidentified 80 year old preacher's radio sermon broadcast via radio in the San Fran Bay area, 1980s.Buy it!
Blind Willie Johnson “God Don't Never Change” from The Complete Blind Willie Johnson (Sony 1993) —recorded on a December Thursday in New Orleans, back in 1929.Buy it!
Adrian Belew “I Am What I Am” from Young Lions (Atlantic 1990) —featuring the Prophet Omega, of course. Who else could that be. I hope you listened and learned from the good prophet.Buy it!
Earl Slick “Zig Zag (feat. Royston Langdon)” from Zig Zag (Oil Slick, Inc. 2003)Buy it!
Spacehog “Too Be A Millionaire” from Resident Alien (Sire Records 1995) —Lonny digs Spacehog....and so do I. Ol' Royston Langdon was singing on that Earl Slick track, as well.Buy it!
David Bowie “Sound And Vision (single edit)” from Low (Virgin 1999) —Originally released in 1977. I can't say that I enjoy all of "Low", but I sure do enjoy this cut.Buy it!
Jimi Hendrix “Still Raining, Still Dreaming” from Electric Ladyland (MCA 1997) —originally released in 1968, with Mike Finnigan on organ and Buddy Miles on drums for this song.Buy it!
Thin Lizzy “Return of the Farmer's Son” from Thin Lizzy (Deram 1971)Buy it!
Thin Lizzy “Honesty Is No Excuse” from Thin Lizzy (Deram 1971) —One of my favorite bands, so I played 2 of their very early tunes - from the 1st album, back in 1971.Buy it!
Howlin' Wolf “You'll Be Mine” from His Best Vol. 2 (MCA 1999) —A Driving groover from one of my heroes, and one of the all time greats in any genre. It seems fitting to play Wolf's music in the middle of the night time, ya know?Buy it!
Rl Burnside “Sound Machine Groove” (HMG/Hightone 1997) —This album was recorded back around 1980 or so, with what truly was a family band. Sons, a grandson, that'll do it.Buy it!
Elmo Williams & Hezekiah Early “Let It All Go” from Takes One to Know One (Fat Possum Records 1997) —This is a mellow tune from this pair - the wild stuff might not even be playable this time of the night. Seriously.Buy it!
Creedence Clearwater Revival “Pagan Baby” from Chronicle, Vol. 2: Twenty Great CCR Classics (Fantasy Records 1991) —Many of CCR's deep album tracks fill greatest hits volume 2 - including many covers of songs they grew up with.Buy it!
Texas Cannonballs “One Slip” from Texas Cannonballs (self-released 2013) —Just a fine bunch of roadhouse warriors bringing it home here. Mostly blues players, doing a little moonlighting.Buy it!
Texas Cannonballs “I Want Somebody To Love” from Texas Cannonballs (self-released 2013) —it's early - let's rock out!Buy it!
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