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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #71: Cosmic Americana with Dana Berry

Monday, July 13


Dana Berry (Night Herons, Bitterwind) returns as Jim G’s guest to help put the rubber to the road onto America’s backroads and scenic by-ways where the roots of country and blues heed the speed and energy of rock n roll and extend all it’s mystical powers straight out to the horizon. Summer days are long, but eventually twilight beckons and the stars take over…



We’re Gonna Let The Good Times Roll by Buck Owens and His Buckaroos from I’ve Got A Tiger By The Tail (1965)
Act Naturally by The Beatles from Help! (1965)
I’ll Leave The Bottle On The Bar by Merle Haggard from Sing Me Back Home (1968)
(Tonight The) Bottle Let Me Down by Emmylou Harris from Pieces Of The Sky (1976)
Honky Tonk Women by Gram Parsons & The Flying Burrito Brothers from Sleepless Nights (1976)
Her Eyes by Night Herons from Shipyard Riot (2014)

Blame It On The Stones by Kris Kristofferson from Me and Bobby McGee (1970)
Faraway Eyes by The Rolling Stones from Some Girls (1978)
Just Dropped In by Mickey Newbury from Sings His Own (1968/1972)
No Way Out Of Here by Unicorn from Unicorn 2 (1975)
Hairy Ass Hillbillies by Jerry Jeff Walker from Jerry Jeff Walker (1972)
Collection Box by Marjoe Gortner from Bad But Not Evil (1972)

T For Texas by The Everly Brothers from Roots (1968)
Elements & Things by Tony Joe White from … Continued (1969)
Bird Song by The Holy Modal Rounders from The Moray Eels Eat The Holy Modal Rounders (1968)
You Are My One by Michael Nesmith & The Second National Band from Tantamount Treason, Vol. 1 (1972)
A Child’s Claim To Fame by Buffalo Springfield from Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)
Harvest by Neil Young from Harvest (1972)
You Better Sit Down Kids by Glen Campbell from Wichita Lineman (1968)

Folsom Prison Blues/That’s All Right by The International Submarine Band from Safe At Home (1967)
Stranger In The House by George Jones & Elvis Costello from 45 single (1978)
Sunday Morning Coming Down by Johnny Cash from 45 single (1970)
Sick & Tired by Waylon Jennings from Singer Of Sad Songs (1970)
Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You by Bob Dylan from Nashville Skyline (1969)

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