Americana Rock Mix: Episode 165 - Home Alone

The episode that almost never was. Or at least this week. I've been lazy this week, and I almost let it affect my enjoyment of doing this show! But, alas, here we are with another episode full from fresh music. Enjoy!

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Music in this episode:

- Black Eyes Of Doom AND Hog The Bed by Bow Thayer
(from Hindsight)

- Freight Train Hearts AND Cars by Browan Lollar
(from For The Givers And The Takers)

- Concrete Kid AND Washateria by Fat Opie
(from Victoryville)

- Southern Girls (Cheap Trick cover) AND Running Back (Thin Lizzy cover) by Mike Doughty
(from The Flip Is Another Honey)

- Big MT AND Liberty Bell by The Longwalls
(from Kowloon)

- German Train AND Thorns Of Gold by Doc Dailey & The Magnolia Devil
(from Catch The Presidents)

- Pray For Rain AND Hard Times by Mike June
(from Talkin' Revolution Blues)

Mini-mix submitted by Brian Miller

1 – Deep Dark Wells by Joe Pug
(from The Great Despiser)

2 – The Grain by Austin Lucas
(from New Home In The Old World)

3 – I See You by Truckstop Darlin'
(from Hope And The Heart It Breaks)


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Created by No Depression Feb 17, 2009 at 9:06pm. Last updated by No Depression Sep 24, 2012.