Jan 182013
 

Lots and lots of new stuff in this week’s show. New Jayke Orvis (.357 String Band, Goddamn Gallows), Kent Goolsby (The Only Sons), Shooter Jennings, Fifth on The Floor, Kingsley Flood and Larcenist. So find a spare hour and put your ears on the archived stream of the show.

Below is the playlist for January 17, 2013 [Artist - Song (Album)]

01. Drag The River – Amazing G (It’s Crazy)
02. Scott H. Biram – Wildside (Something’s Wrong/Lost Forever)
03. Jayke Orvis – Long Way Home (Bless This Mess)
04. Dorado – Second-Hand Stories (Anger Hunger Love & The Fear Of Death)
05. Kent Goolsby – Jesus Is My Landlord (Modern Rhymes Vol. 1)
06. Joey Kneiser – Bruised Ribs (The All-Night Bedroom Revival)
07. Larcenist – American Saint (Eager City, Patient Country)
08. Fifth On The Floor – January In Louisiana (Ashes & Angels)
09. Those Crosstown Rivals – Kentucky Woman (Arliss/TCR Split 7″)
10. Red Collar – American Me (Welcome Home)
11. Shooter Jennings – A Hard Lesson To Learn (The Other Life)
12. Kingsley Flood – Down (Battles)
13. Gary Roadarmel & The Parish Commissioners (La Porte D’en Arriere – Ecoute)
14. The Heavy Horses – Anyone Can Tell (Murder Ballads & Other Tales)

Bold = Request

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Episode 107: aired 01.17.13

Autopsy IV

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  3 Responses to “PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 01.17.2013”

  1. I would like to request Kasey Anderson’s ‘Older Guys’ from Let The Bloody Moon Rise. Thanks.

  2. It’s good to see you keep giving Those Crosstown Rivals some attention. You need to find a copy of their album “Kentucky Gentleman” and give it a review/listen. And if you can’t find it, I’ll burn you a copy of mine.

  3. Sorry, “Kentucky Gentlemen.”

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