[Playlist] Ninebullets Radio – 07.26.2014 – 88.5FM WMNF Tampa

This week’s show was a show for pulling out your air guitar collection and rocking the fuck out so put your earholes on the archive of the show.

Below is the playlist for July 26, 2014 [Artist – Song (Album)]

01. The Black Keys – Thick Freakness (Thick Freakness)
02. Left Lane Cruiser – That Ass (Slingshot)
03. Benjamin Booker – Have You Seen My Son (Benjamin Booker)
04. Brothers of the Last Watch – Frank T. James (Brothers of The Last Watch)
05. Parker Millsap – Truck Stop Gospel (Parker Millsap)
06. Matt Woods – Real Hard Times (With Love From Brushy Mountain)
07. Chuck Ragan – Let It Rain (Gold Country)
08. Michael Claytor – My Trespasses (My Trespasses)
09. The Fox Hunt – It Suits Me (Long Way To Go)
10. Arlo McKinley & The Lonesome Sound – Time In Bars (self-titled)
11. Jenny Lewis – Just One Of The Guys (The Voyager)
12. Nikki Lane – Right Time (All or Nothin’)
13. The Builders And The Butchers – Raise Up Your Weary Hands (Salvation Is A Deep Dark Well)
14. Lucero – Texas & Tennessee (Live From Atlanta)
15. Grayson Capps – A Love Song For Bobby Long (Live At The Paradiso)
16. Andrew Combs – Month Of Bad Habits
17. Hank Thompson – Three Times Seven (Songs For The Rounders – At The Golden Nugget)
18. Sturgill Simpson – Life of Sin (Metamodern Sounds In Country Music)
19. Shooter Jennings – Outlaw You (The Other Life)
20. Willie Nelson – The Git Go (feat. Jamey Johnson) (Band Of Brothers)
21. Ben Knight and The Welldiggers – Iceman’s Lament (The Divining Rod)
22. Big Shoals – 12 Steps (Still Go On)
23. Tim Barry – Thing Of The Past (28th & Stonewall)
24. Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires – Righteous, Ragged Songs (There Is A Bomb In Gilead)
25. The Gaslight Anthem – Rollin’ & Tumblin’ (Get Hurt)
26. Cory Branan – Daddy Was a Skywriter (The No-Hit Wonder)
27. Radiolucent – Jim Beam (Turn Me On And Turn Me Loose)
28. The David Mayfield Parade – Love Will Only Break Your Heart (Good Man Down)
29. Lake Street Dive – You Go Down Smooth (Bad Self Portraits)
30. Justin Townes Earle – White Gardenias (Single Mothers)
31. Caleb Caudle – Countdown (Paint Another Layer On My Heart)
32. Sylvia Rose Novak – Highway Song (Chasing Ghosts)

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Episode 186: aired 07.26.2014

PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 12.22.11

Last night’s episode was the 1st annual “Ninebullets Loosely Themed Christmas Radio Extravaganza Hour!”

Ninebullets Radio is a radio extension of the blog ninebullets.net that airs every Thursday night in Tampa, Florida on WMNF 88.5 FM at 10pm Eastern. The show is archived for one week after it’s original air date and is available for streaming here. Also, don’t forget to head over to Facebook and like the Ninebullets Radio page.

Below is the playlist for December 22, 2011.

01. Alan Jackson – Please Daddy (Don’t Get Drunk This Christmas)
02. John Anderson – Seminole Wind
03. Alabama – Mountain Music
04. Mel McDaniel – Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On
05. The Drive-By Truckers – Ms. Claus’ Kimodo
06. The Porter Draw – Athens
07. Kentucky Street Parlor Pickers – Meet Me Under The Mistletoe
08. Beau Hinze & The Backporch Shufflers – Swamp Rabbit Boogie
09. Mofro – Dirtfloorcracker
10. Merle Haggard – If We Make Through December
11. Austin Lucas – Four Wheels
12. The Little Willes – Jolene
13. The Black Keys – Have Love Will Travel
14. Otis Gibbs – Crap For Christmas

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Episode 51: aired 12.22.2011

THE BLACK KEYS – EL CAMINO

The Law Of Diminishing Returns: The tendency for a continuing application of effort or skill toward a particular project or goal to decline in effectiveness after a certain level of result has been achieved.

True. I crowned the last Black Keys album, Brothers, the best album of 2010. I also talked about how proud of myself I was for sticking with a band even though they’d gone on a run of music that I wasn’t too fond of. Turns out I may have jumped the gun on the whole “this band has found it’s sound” praise. They very well may have found their sound, it just turns out that for the most part (3 out of the past 4 albums) I’m not that big of a fan of it.

The main thing I wanna do after listening to El Camino is put on Thickfreakness. Weird thing is that I honestly enjoy the album while it’s playing but the minute it ends I’ve forgotten about it, and, at least for me, El Camino, is pure pop in that sense. I still love Brothers and those first 3 Black Keys albums have a permanent spot in my cd rotation, but if the El Camino cd were to slip into the crack between my center console and the seat, I’d never even notice it was missing.

In memoriam:

The Black Keys – Thickfreakness
The Black Keys – Have Love Will Travel

The Black Keys Official Site, The Black Keys on Facebook, The Black Keys on Spotify, Buy Thickfreakness

In other news:

Left Lane Cruiser – Big Mama
Left Lane Cruiser – Pig Farm
Left Lane Cruiser – Pork N’ Beans
Left Lane Cruiser – Lost My Mind

Left Lane Cruiser on Facebook, Left Lane Cruiser on Spotify, Buy Left Lane Cruiser music

Overheard in Autopsy IV’s email: I was trying to pen a line in the vein of, “El Camino is a lot like masturbating. It’s pretty cool while it’s happening but the minute you’re done you wash your hands and walk away disappointed in the authenticity of it all.” But I couldn’t put it together in a way that I was happy with. The above was the closest I got and it still sounds too crass.

9b IS DOWN WITH O.P.P. (OTHER PEOPLE'S POSTS):

Forgive me for slacking.  It had been my intention to provide these posts more often than they have appeared but things like taking my dog to the dog park and watching The Rachel Maddow Show have kept me from compiling links.  But here you go.

We posted a bunch of new Lucero songs not too long ago and here is an excellent interview with Ben Nichols where he discusses the new album Women & Work.  Thanks No Depression.

There are several videos on youtube of Glossary playing songs from their spectacular new album Long Live All Of Us. The quality is good so here is A Shoulder To Cry On and Trouble Won’t Last Always.

American Aquarium is about to record it’s first live album at Raleigh’s Pour House.  Here’s a write-up.  And don’t forget about their Kickstarter campaign.

The Black Keys forthcoming album El Camino has been getting plenty of play around the Nine Bullets Office and you should really see RomeoSidVicious’ dance moves to this one.  They’re offering streaming of five songs over at the official site.

The Devil Makes Three has been out on the road lately and my lack of planning caused me to miss them in Denver.  This looks like a good night in Eugene.  Looking rather Amish and Awesome.

And then there’s THIS that our fearless leader pointed out.

NINEBULLETS.NET PODCAST: EPISODE 23

How y’all doing? It’s been a little while since we did one of these. I wish I had a real excuse but, to be honest, I don’t. I felt the pressure of doing a weekly radio show and as a result, the podcast got pushed to the background. Well, that’s not the case any longer and with that said, let’s focus on this show and not the missed shows of the past few months.

Once again out good friend from the Northwest, Lollyrae, sent us some beers and I went to drinking them during the podcast. You may remember that we did this once before and I was a little mixed on the results. While I did not get slurring drunk during this show I think I did a much better job describing the beers and making the trying of the beers a part of the show. I hope y’all think so too.

Speaking of the show. We’ve lots of good new stuff as well as some tunes you’re probably already quite familiar with. The show opens with a cover of Tom Petty’s “Refugee” by The Gaslight Anthem that I think rivals the original. Some of the other standout tracks include; Merle Haggard proving he still has it, Hellbound Glory showing there’s more to them than drug songs, Have Gun Will Travel showing there will be no sophomore slump with Mergers & Acquisitions, Shooter Jennings sending the pop country boys a message and Scott Hiram Biram doing what he does so well.

All that’s left is to press play on the music. So get to it and as always, if you like what you’re hearing on these podcasts, tell your friends about it. Post about it on your Facebook wall. Tweet about it. These bands are all pretty small so every new ear their music find counts, and you can directly assist them in that effort by telling people about this podcast and others like it.

Track Listing:

01. The Gaslight Anthem – Refugee (from the iTunes Sessions)
02. Autopsy IV Commentary
03. Merle Haggard – working Man’s Blues (from Working In Tennessee)
04. Chris Knight – Enough Rope (from Enough Rope)
05. Doop and The Inside Outlaws – What Am I Supposed To Do (from What Am I Supposed To Do)
06. Autopsy IV Commentary
07. Sassparilla – Same Old Blues (from The Darndest Thing)
08. Gill Landry – Careless Love (from Piety & Desire)
09. James Leg – Drowning In Fire (from Solitary Pleasures)
10. Autopsy IV Commentary
11. Hellbound Glory – Bastard Child (from Damaged Goods)
12. Arliss Nancy – Wrong or Right (from Dance To Forget)
13. Have Gun Will Travel – To The Victor Goes The Spoils (from Mergers & Acquisitions)
14. Autopsy IV Commentary
15. The Decemberists – E. Watson (from Long Live The King)
16. The Black Keys – Lonely Boy (from the cd-single Lonely Boy)
17. Autopsy IV Commentary
18. Shooter Jennings – Outlaw You (from iTunes)
19. Chuck Ragan – Nomad By Fate (from Covering Ground)
20. Autopsy IV Commentary
21. American Anodyne – Bastard Sons Of The New Depression (from So, You Wanna Be A Bullfighter)
22. Scott H. Biram – I want My Mojo Back (from Bad Ingredients)



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PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 11.03.11

Ninebullets Radio is a radio extension of the blog ninebullets.net that airs every Thursday night in Tampa, Florida on WMNF 88.5 FM at 10pm Eastern. The show is archived for one week after it’s original air date and is available for streaming here. Also, don’t forget to head over to Facebook and like the Ninebullets Radio page.

Below is the playlist for November 03, 2011.

01. Drive-By Truckers – The Sands Of Iwa Jima
02. Have Gun Will Travel – Living Dead Blues
03. Greenland Is Melting – No Matter What You See
04. The Decemberists – E. Watson
05. The Black Keys – Lonely Boy
06. Hoots & Hellmouth – What Good Are Plowshares If We Use Them Like Swords
07. The Allman Brothers – Midnight Rider
08. The Marshall Tucker Band – Fire On The Mountain
09. The Charlie Daniels Band – The South’s Gonna Do It Again
10. The Alabama Shakes – Hold On
11. JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound – Want More
12. Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears – Sugarfoot
13. Glossary – The Flood
14. Austin Lucas – The Grain
15. Will Quinlan & the Diviners – Acrimony Blues

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Episode 44: aired 11.03.2011

TOP 5: BANDS MOST LIKELY TO…


My Twitter and Facebook feeds were all a flutter Monday morning about The Grammys. The Black Keys won 3 Grammys and Mumford & Sons and The Avett Brothers performed on the show! Not to mention Mumford & Sons being up for Best New Artist. For a day at least, everyone was openly wondering who the next band from whatever our little niche of music is was gonna be.

So that’s this week’s Top 5. Give me your opinion on the 5 artists or bands that have the best shot at moving from this little scene we live and play in up to the bright lights of the Grammys.

Here are mine:

Gaslight Anthem: They’re one of those “love em or hate em” bands but the simple fact is that they have the polish, the hooks and the looks.

The Gaslight Anthem – The 59 Sound

Lucero: They’re almost the anti-Gaslight but what they lack in polish they make up for in substance. These guys have the songs, have put in the work and if the ever growing crowds have proven anything, they have mass appeal too.

Lucero – What Are You Willing To Lose

Glossary: These guys are almost an amalgam of Lucero and Gaslight. Every time I play their new album for someone, I end up burning a copy for them (sorry Glossies, but it’s the truth). If the country still had any real DJ’s outside of community radio these guys would be getting tons of airplay right now.

Glossary – Save Your Money For The Weekend

Whitey Morgan and The 78’s: If country music radio had any balls or if country music radio listeners actually cared about music these dudes would be huge already. The nashville country music scene and fan is dying for something worthwhile and these guys supply it without asking those pop country ears to try to hard.

Whitey Morgan and the 78’s – Bad News

Old Crow Medicine Show: Watching Mumford & Sons and The Avett Brothers actually perform on the Grammy stage while Bob Dylan tried to sing through some snot goober he had lodged mid-throat makes Old Crow the most obvious in this list.

Old Crow Medicine Show – My Good Gal

So. There you go. What are your 5?
Also, anyone else notice how much the singer of Mumford & Sons looked like Tim Tebow in the Grammy performance?

THE BLACK KEYS "HOWLIN' FOR YOU" GETS A STAR STUDDED VIDEO:

I gotta admit, I like the approach they took with this video. Kind of reminds me of the fake movie trailers in between Planet Terror and Death Proof in Grindhouse. Now, I wonder if, like Machete, they might make it an actual movie.

What do you think of the video? I could see where some people wouldn’t like it cause it doesn’t actually “feature” the song.


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THE BLACK KEYS MEET BIG BOI IN "THE BROTHERS OF CHICO DUSTY":


Happy New Year everyone! I hope your holiday’s were good. My long weekend was stellar. FSU tried to break Marcus Lattimore’s jaw on New Years Eve and then proceeded to just beat up on South Carolina while earlier in the afternoon USF took care of Clemson to capture the biggest bowl win in that young program’s history. Sunday saw the Buccaneers get their 10th win of the season and lemme tell you, if you’d have bet me Tampa was gonna win 10 games at the beginning of the year you’d own my left nut right now. The national press isn’t paying much attention to what’s happening down here in Tampa but I’ll tell you what…the Bucs are about to be an NFL powerhouse again. But enough about sports. Let’s talk about some music.

I have probably listened to this album 50 times since finding out about it last week. If you’ve been without internet access and don’t know about it, it’s a mashup featuring the beats of ninebullets.net’s album of the year, Brothers by The Black Keys and vocal tracks from Big Boi‘s 2010 effort The Son of Chico Dusty. In a word this album is “pure fun” which is actually two words but that’s how crazy I am for this album. Check it out and we’ll get back to our alt.country leanings tomorrow:


While we’re posting fun stuff here’s a video of Slobberbone absolutely crushing on a cover of Cee Lo Green‘s current hit, “Fuck You”.

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TOP 5: WHAT WOULD YOUR SIDE ‘A’ BE?


Have you heard the news? It was announced last week that an English company is now offering the service of pressing your ashes into a vinyl record after (obviously) you die. This is basically the sloppiest wet dream in the history of music geek soiled undergarments, and it bears the obvious question; You’re dead and they’re making a record from your withered corpse….what 5 songs are gonna make up your Side A?

There are quite a few directions one could go with this…I originally started down the sentimental route but quickly realized that I’d prefer my corpse rock once my consciousness left it….

The Black Keys – Stack Shot Billy: IMO, the best Black Keys song ever and I’ve often said only a dead person can listen to it an not start a head bob. As a dead guy, I still wanna preach the gospel of the Stack Shot.

The Drive-By Truckers – Never Gonna Change: Probably not the “best” DBT song ever but easily one of the Top 5 and the one I can listen to the most times in a row.

Scott H. Biram – Spoonful: One of my favorite blue songs being sang by one of my favorite artists. Better put a smiley face on that record.

Tim Barry – A Thing Of The Past: So I can continue to preach the Tao of letting you and not what you do for a living define you long after I’ve been defined, expired and recycled.

Lynyrd Skynyrd – Tuesday’s Gone: Couldn’t help it. Love the song. Subject matter is spot on and damnit…..I can be sentimental too.