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Below is the playlist for August 04, 2011.
01. Back Row Baptists – Wood & Steel
02. Kaleigh Baker – Train Gone By
03. Nikki Lane – Gone, Gone, Gone
04. Frank Turner – Peggy Sang The Blues
05. Jon Snodgrass – Hey, Dennis
06. 13 Ghosts – Born To Rock -n- Roll
07. Tin Horn Prayer – Fighting Sleep
08. Arliss Nancy – Abacus
09. NQ Arbuckle – Mincing Words
10. James Keyes – Slow Motion Blues
11. Joshua Black Wilkins – Backseat Of Her Car
12. Moreland & Arbuckle – Purgatory
13. Shane Sweeny – When I Am Empty
14. Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil – Seven Points
15. Grayson Capps – Going Back To The Country
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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.
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“).
- Intro [00.00.00]
- Autopsy IV Commentary [00.02.40]
- Kasey Anderson – The Wrong Light [00.04.28]
- Arliss Nancy – Paul Revere [00.08.56]
- Beastie Boys – Paul Revere [00.12.00]
- The Cur Dogs – Kro-Bride [00.15.44]
- Truckstop Darling – Bluegrass State [00.19.47]
- Doc Dailey and Magnolia Devil – Sunday School [00.24.47]
- Autopsy IV Commentary [00.28.01]
- Whitey Morgan & the 78’s – Bad News [00.29.16]
- The Steeldrivers – The Price [00.34.16]
- Joseph Huber – Downtime [00.38.20]
- Joshua Black Wilkins – Backseat of Her Car [00.42.00]
- John Mellencamp – County Fair [00.45.10]
- Grayson Capps – Mermaid [00.48.48]
- Will Quinlan & The Diviners – The Thieving Life [00.52.44]
- Autopsy IV Commentary [00.57.22]
- Drag The River – Here’s To The Losers [00.58.26]
I’ve always wanted to get behind Joshua Black Wilkins. I put a considerable amount of effort into listening to his solo material, but it ultimately fell flat on my ears. As a result, I skipped his show at a local tattoo parlor here in Tampa simply because it was a 40 minute drive from my house. Pathetic, yes, but it’s the truth. So, when I got a copy of While You Wait, I wanted to like it, but I put it in the CD player expecting not to.
Boo Yah Kah Sha!
I’ll admit, it has been quite some time since I listened to those (I believe) 2 albums I had from Joshua. If I recall correctly, they were Joshua doing the singer-songwriter thing, whereas While You Wait features a full band and about 10x the awesome. One of my favorite things about this album is that it isn’t just your typical ‘singer/songwriter dude adds a band and does his thing with more noise’. It seems like they took the time to actually become a band, and the songs are stronger for it. I really hope Joshua stays on this path, and a 40 minute drive won’t even enter in the decision process next time he is in town.
Check it out folks, this is a good one.
Joshua Black Wilkins & The Forty Volts – Backseat Of Her Car
Joshua Black Wilkins & The Forty Volts – Drunk Before
Joshua Black Wilkins & The Forty Volts – Halos
Joshua Black Wilkins’ Official Site, Buy While You Wait