[Playlist] Ninebullets Radio – 08.16.2014 – 88.5FM WMNF Tampa

Local talent and female fronted bands are heavily featured on this show. Some other bad ass shit too so put your ears on the archive of the show.

Below is the playlist for August 0916, 2014 [Artist – Song (Album)]

01. Drag The River – Old Sad Songs
02. Valerie June – Workin’ Woman Blues (Pushin’ Against A Stone)
03. Becky Warren – Off My Back (The Iraq EP)
04. Kierston White – Alcohol (Don’t Write Love Songs)
05. Lucero – Drink Till We’re Gone (Live From Atlanta)
06. Big Shoals – Skipping Stones (Still Go On)
07. Joseph Huber – Two Tongued Swear (The Hanging Road)
08. Willie Nelson – Hard to Be an Outlaw (Band Of Brothers)
09. Jason Isbell – Elephant (Southeastern)
10. Andrew Combs – Month Of Bad Habits
11. John R Miller – M.O.T.E. (Service Engine)
12. Matt Woods – Sunshine (Broken Strings & Beer Specials)
13. American Aquarium – Casualties (Burn.Flicker.Die)
14. The Wind + The Wave – Raising Hands Raising Hell Raise ‘Em High (From The Wreckage)
15. St. Paul and the Broken Bones – Half the City (Half The City)
16. Nikki Lane – Right Time (All Or Nothin’)
17. NQ Arbuckle – Hospitals (Future Happens Anyway)
18. The Gaslight Anthem – Rollin’ & Tumblin’ (Get Hurt)
19. The Holy Ghost Electric Show – Surprise (The Great American Holy Ghost Electric Show)
20. Glossary – save your money for the weekend (Feral Fire)
21. Those Crosstown Rivals – Six Strings (Hell and Back)
22. Arliss Nancy – Troubadour (Wild American Runners)
23. Benjamin Booker – Wicked Waters (Benjamin Booker)
24. The Woolly Bushmen – Screamin’ ana’ Shoutin’ (Sky Bosses)
25. Dos Ringos – Long Time (Dos Ringos)
26. John Moreland – Gospel (In The Throes)
27. Micah Schnabel – American Static (When The Stage Lights Dim)
28. Roadkill Ghost Choir – Down & Out
29. Sturgill Simpson – Living The Dream (Metamodern Sounds In Country Music)
30. Parker Millsap – Truck Stop Gospel (Parker Millsap)

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Episode 188: aired 08.16.2014

JOSEPH HUBER – THE HANGING ROAD

The Hanging Road Album Cover

The Hanging Road by Joseph Huber hit me right away. I was hooked by the dirty, high lonesome fiddle at the beginning of the first song, “Same River Twice,” the first time I heard it and the record didn’t let go of me until the end of the second full play. It has an old-timey feel without feeling old-timey. The traditional instruments are played just gritty enough to suit my taste. The Hanging Road was a winner immediately.

 

Several of us writers talked about really liking this record but no one jumped forward to write a review. I listened to it a bunch around the same time that I started listening to the Arlo McKinely & The Lonesome Sound record. I would jump back and forth between the two and eventually realized that I was playing the Arlo record more and that the songs stuck in my head were his.

 

Eventually a couple of us had a conversation in the Nine Bullets break room and decided The Hanging Road was a good record but we just didn’t have much to say about it. This lead me to listening more and thinking more about it. I think where this record falls short is in the lyrical depth. The lyrics aren’t bad, they never creep into the hokiness of the worst of Old Crow Medicine Show but they also never reach for a new use of language. Maybe that’s too harsh of a criticism but I want to see Huber continue to develop his craft because there’s a serious possibility that he can make an album-of-the-year caliber record. Even though The Hanging Road is not that record it is still worthy of your ears and your money.

Same River Twice
Coming Down From You

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PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 06.21.2012

This week I went out to the new release tree and gave it a shake to see what might fall out. The result was a sonic Thanksgiving feast. Matter a fact, I got so many new tracks I wasn’t able to get to them all this week which means next week will basically be an all new release show too. This show features brand new tracks from; Chris Knight, Old Crow Medicine Show, Left Lane Cruiser & James Leg, The Bohannons, Magnolia Mountain, Kasey Anderson and former .357 String Band member, Joseph Huber…Ninebullets Radio: Next month’s Americana radio programming, tonight.

If all of this sounds like something you’d be willing to invest an hour into then put some ears on the archived stream of the show and thanks for tuning in.

Below is the playlist for June 21, 2012 [Artist – Song – Album]

01. Todd Farrell – Nine Bullets (shortened)
02. Earl Dibbles Jr. – The Country Boy Song
03. Lucero – Hate and Jealousy – That Much Further West
04. The Bohannons – River Above – Unaka Rising
05. Big Kettle Drum – Bad Girl – Big Kettle Drum
06. Left Lane Cruiser & James Leg – Shake It – Painkillers
07. Chris Knight – In The Meantime – Little Victories
08. Kasey Anderson – Some Depression – Upcoming Album
09. Andrew Combs – Big Bad Love – Upcoming Album
10. Old Crow Medicine Show – Bootlegger’s Boy – Carry Me Back
11. Joseph Huber – Fell Off the Wagon – Tongues Of Fire
12. Magnolia Mountain – The Old Ways – Town and Country
13. The Sparklers – Gingham – Crying At The Low Bar
14. Micah Schnabel – American Static – When The Stage Lights Go Dim
15. Red Fang – Prehistoric Dog – Red Fang

Bold = Request

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P.S.: If you like this show, do me a favor and post about it on your Facebook/Twitter/Blog. It’ll do a lot to help these bands reach new ears…and in the end, that’s what this is all about. It’ll also help bring the existence of the radio show to more people’s attention & the more people there are listening/paying attention to the show the more likely it is to stay on the air.

Episode 77: aired 06.21.2012

NINEBULLETS.NET DECEMBER 2010 PODCAST: SOME OF MY FAVORITE SONGS FROM 2010 EDITION:


Here we are at the end of another year. All things considered, it was a pretty good one. On a personal level, I came into 2010 facing some pretty freaky & scary health issues and I’m leaving more or less in tact and healthy. Both my Seminoles and my Buccaneers had positive seasons while it looks like my Lightning are gonna be in the playoff conversation all season. Musically, it was a pretty solid year too and that’s what we’re really here to talk about now ain’t it.

In preparation for this show I literally (yes, I am properly using the word) collected 70+ songs I wanted to play and set to making a podcast. I say that so you know that this isn’t a “best songs of the year” show so much as a “some of my favorite songs of the year” that fit the flow of this particular show. That said, there are some seriously good songs assembled in here.

And, 2011 is already shaping up to be pretty fucking phenomenal. Hopefully, this won’t be the final ninebullets.net podcast but there’s more about that in the show, so for now, let’s just listen to the music:

TRACK LISTING:

  1. Lissie – Bad Romance (Lady Ga Ga cover) [00.00.00]
  2. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.05.36]
  3. Jon Snodgrass – Old Sad Songs [00.06.46]
  4. Gill Landry – Careless Love [00.09.04]
  5. Shannon McNally – Bohemian Wedding Song [00.13.02]
  6. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.18.32]
  7. American Graveyard – Common Ones [00.19.24]
  8. Tim Barry – Thing of the Past [00.23.02]
  9. Truckstop Darlin’ – Bluegrass State [00.26.48]
  10. Mat. D. – Ford Marriage [00.31.56]
  11. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.35.12]
  12. Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil – Prove Me Wrong [00.37.04]
  13. Two Cow Garage – Jackson, Don’t You Worry [00.38.48]
  14. Joseph Huber – Can’t You See A Floods Coming [00.42.34]
  15. Joe Pug – Not So Sure [00.46.32]
  16. Otis Gibbs – Kansas City [00.51.02]
  17. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.54.36]
  18. Frank Turner – I Still Believe [00.56.54]

As always, if you’re enjoying the sounds you’re hearing please mention this show to your friends and relatives.

See y’all (i think) in 2011!


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JOSEPH HUBER – BURY ME WHERE I FALL


The debut solo album from .357 String Band member Joseph Huber opens with its title track, and what I feel is the album’s weakest track. That said, it serves as the perfect opening song for this solo effort, ‘cause it immediately lets you know this ain’t just a .357 album, just with Joe manning all of the vocal duties. In fact, it’s more like a collection of dirges written in the back of vans and in dingy hotel rooms, while caught in the teeth of touring in a small band. Not to suggest that this is an album of navel-gazing melancholy. No, this is more the kind of album that one gets from hours of staring out a window in silence as a van counts off the miles to the next town. It’s reserved, introspective, contemplative and, at times, shockingly deliberate.

I really wanted to write about this album this week because I have a feeling it (like the Doc Dailey) is gonna end up on my list. I was gonna go into a great long description of the cd, but just deleted 2 paragraphs and figured I could sum it up like this…..I really, really, really like this cd. Matter of fact, outside of the latest .357 album, it’s my favorite thing to come out of this group. It’s Essential Listening without a doubt.

Joseph Huber – Can’t You See A Flood’s A-Comin’
Joseph Huber – Downtime

Joseph Huber on Facebook, Buy Bury Me Where I Fall

NINEBULLETS.NET NOVEMBER 2010 PODCAST: WE’RE BACK EDITION:


Oh yeah! Sorry for the 2 month furlow. I missed a month for the ninebullets.net 4th Anniversary Party (which was way awesome!) and I missed a month based on total I dunno. Honestly, I’d planned to do an October podcast but the month just kind of got away from me. Not that any of that shit matters now. It’s November, turkey day is around the corner and the podcast is back so let’s talk about it….

The November show features a really drunk me (can you tell where I turned off the drunk recording of this show and came back sober?) and new music from 9B staples Kasey Anderson, Whitey Morgan & The 78’s, The Steeldrivers, Joseph Huber (.357 String Band), John Mellencamp and Drag The River. It also features some music from some new found 9B faves like The Cur Dogs, Truckstop Darlin’ and Doc Dailey.

All in all, I think this is a great collection of music for your Thanksgiving travels. Listen, love, order a Jack and Coke from your stewardess and let’s do this! Also, really, you have no idea how far a comment, an email or any sort of acknowledgment that people are actually listening/enjoying these things goes….so please, if you like the 9B podcast, let me know but only after you’ve tweeted and posted on Facebook about it.

Enjoy and I’ll holler at y’all in December (i promise, I’ve already pulled out Robert Earle Keene’s, “Merry Christmas From The Family“).

TRACKLISTING:

  1. Intro [00.00.00]
  2. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.02.40]
  3. Kasey Anderson – The Wrong Light [00.04.28]
  4. Arliss Nancy – Paul Revere [00.08.56]
  5. Beastie Boys – Paul Revere [00.12.00]
  6. The Cur Dogs – Kro-Bride [00.15.44]
  7. Truckstop Darling – Bluegrass State [00.19.47]
  8. Doc Dailey and Magnolia Devil – Sunday School [00.24.47]
  9. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.28.01]
  10. Whitey Morgan & the 78’s – Bad News [00.29.16]
  11. The Steeldrivers – The Price [00.34.16]
  12. Joseph Huber – Downtime [00.38.20]
  13. Joshua Black Wilkins – Backseat of Her Car [00.42.00]
  14. John Mellencamp – County Fair [00.45.10]
  15. Grayson Capps – Mermaid [00.48.48]
  16. Will Quinlan & The Diviners – The Thieving Life [00.52.44]
  17. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.57.22]
  18. Drag The River – Here’s To The Losers [00.58.26]