Ajax Diner Book Club – 4/13/15 KRFC Ft. Collins CO

Kierston White “big star” from Don’t Write Love Songs

Micah Schnabel “Not The Boy You Used To Be” from Not The Boy You Used To Be

John Moreland “You Don’t Care for Me Enough to Cry” from High On Tulsa Heat

Ty Segall “The singer” from Manipulator

Blue Blood “The Kids Are The City” from This Is The Life

The Glands “Straight down” from The Glands

REM “Turn You Inside Out” from Green 

Blue Blood “Birth Right” from This Is The Life

Cafeteria “Drunk” from Knee Deep

Austin Lucas “Alone In Memphis” from Stay Reckless

JD McPherson “head over heels” from Let the Good Times Roll

Tom Petty “The Apartment Song” from Full Moon Fever

Adam Faucett “Benton” from Blind Water Finds Blind Water

Aimee Mann “Driving Sideways” from Bachelor No 2

Sam & Dave “Can’t You Find Another Way” from The Best Of Sam & Dave

Possessed By Paul James “Songs We Used to Sing” from There Will Be Nights When I’m Lonely

Hayes Carll “Down the Road Tonight” from Little Rock

4H Royalty “Rubber City Girl” from Colossalalia

Sam Cooke “You send me” from The Best of Sam Cooke

American Aquarium “Katherine Belle” from Dances For The Lonely

McDougall “On the Mend” from McDougall

Ike and Tina Turner “Get You When I Want You” from Workin’ Together

Todd Snider “Lookin’ for a Job” from The Devil You Know

Glossary “Save Your Money for the Weekend” from Feral Fire

Booker T. Jones “The Bronx” from Road From Memphis

Otis Gibbs “Damn Me” from Grandpa Walked a Picketline

Lucero “The Last Song” from Tennessee

Charlie Parr “Empty Out Your Pockets” from Stumpjumper

4 thoughts on “Ajax Diner Book Club – 4/13/15 KRFC Ft. Collins CO”

  1. Although I already own JD McPherson’s new album I really must insist that you stop posting such a great show as I have lost count of the albums bought on the strength of them. This one alone made me seek out the album by Cafeteria (who I had never heard of) & what a brilliant find it is. Also, even though I own some Charlie Parr music, this show prompted me to pre-order Stump Jumper. Keep it going, even though you cost me a fortune.

  2. P.S. Please play some Scott H Biram. I went to see him at The Cluny in Newcastle, England last week & he was amazing & a very decent bloke signing a cd, taking photos & chatting about Possessed By Paul James. Class

  3. Thank you for the kinds words, my friend. You are the second person to mention Cafeteria to me after this show. Were you able to find their album Knee Deep? I’ll keep putting together the best shows I can and I hope you’ll tell your friends to listen. Biram is on the list for next week.

    1. I do mention the show to anyone that listens to my drunken ramblings & yes, bought ‘Knee Deep’ about two minutes after hearing ‘Drunk’ & it’s great. May I please also recommend Natural Child for a slot on the show along with my favourite Milwaukee man, Mr Jonathan Burks. Thanks for the music Charles, we are in a small, but very important club I feel.

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