[Playlist] Ninebullets Radio – 03.01.2014 – 88.5FM WMNF Tampa

Got into a little bit is a honky tonk/classic country vibe this week. People seemed to respond to it pretty well so I might make sure to mix more in in future shows. Sound good to you? Grab 2 hours and drop your earholes on the archive of the show.

Below is the playlist for March 01, 2014 [Artist – Song (Album)]

01. Lincoln Durham – How Does a Crow Fly (The Shovel vs. The Howling Bones)
02. Drive By Truckers – Outfit (Decoration Day)
03. Chris Knight – Nothing On Me (Little Victories)
04. The Weary Boys – Cruel Corrine (Good Times)
05. Eilen Jewell – Fist City (Butcher Holler: A Tribute To Loretta Lynn)
06. Loretta Lynn – You Ain’t Woman Enough (You Ain’t Woman Enough)
07. The Takers – Friends in Bottles (Taker Easy)
08. Whiskey Myers – Early Morning Shakes (Early Morning Shakes)
09. White Trash Blues Revival – Drives a Man to Drinking (Now Honey, Now Baby, Now Listen…)
10. Husky Burnette – Highway 41 (Tales From East End Blvd.)
11. Matt Woods – Deadman’s Blues
12. The Waifs – London Still (Up All Night)
13. John Moreland – God’s Medicine (In The Throes)
14. Waylon Jennings – Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand (I’ve Always Been Crazy)
15. Shooter Jennings – Outlaw You (The Other Life)
16. Gators In The Sawgrass – 99 Years (Gators In The Sawgrass)
17. Whitey Morgan And The 78’s – If It Ain’t Broke (Honky Tonks and Cheap Motels)
18. Sturgill Simpson – Living The Dream (Metasounds In Modern Country)
19. Andrew Combs – Worried Man (Worried Man)
20. The Devil’s Cut – Bridge Diving (No Salvation)
21. Todd Farrell – Pawnshops (All My Heroes Live In Vans)
22. Those Crosstown Rivals – Six Strings (Hell and Back)
23. The Fox Hunt – Change My Ways (Nowhere Bound)
24. The Wells – Gem of Egypt (single)
25. Chuck Ragan – Non Typical (Till Midnight)
26. Johnny Cash – Daddy Sang Bass
27. Tyler Childers and High Wall – Deadman’s Curve (Live At Red Barn Radio)
28. Scott H Biram – Slow & Easy (There Will Be Blood)
29. Two Cow Garage – Humble Narrator (Speaking In Cursive)
30. Soundgarden – Outshined (Badmotorfinger)

Bold = Request

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Episode 165: aired 03.01.2014

PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 05.26.11

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. Below is the playlist for May 26, 2011.

01. Matt Woods – Beating Down My Door
02. Medford’s Black Record Collection – Small Town
03. Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil – Prove Me Wrong
04. The Sumner Brothers – Going Out West
05. The Mojo Gurus – I Can’t Stand To Hear That Song Again
06. Kenneth Brian Band – Prayer For Love
07. Whitey Morgan & The 78’s – Where Do You Want It?
08. Waylon Jennings – Don’t You Think This Outlaws Bit Gotten Out Of Hand
09. Merle Haggard – I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink
10. Joey Allcorn – This Ain’t Montgomery
11. Greenland Is Melting – The Last Song
12. Kentucky Parlor Pickers – Shake Your Molasses
13. Kingsley Flood – I Don’t Wanna Go Home
14. The Waifs – Moses & The Lamb

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THE WAIFS – LIVE FROM THE UNION OF SOUL

The Waifs are probably one of the best and most decorated folk/roots rock bands that you’ve never heard of. Coming out of West Australia, the band is made of sisters Vikki Thorn (harmonica, guitar, vocals) and Donna Simpson (guitar, vocals) and they are joined by Josh Cunningham (guitar, vocals). Two years ago they emerged from a three year hiatus to release Sun, Dirt, Water, which they toured on last year.  Two shows from that tour were culled into Live From The Union Station, a 14 track live album that combines songs spanning their entire discography with a couple of covers plus a reworked and bluegrassed-up version of “When I Die”.  The album has a real intimate feel to it, which is impressive considering the sizes of the crowds they can play to. It would be an excellent introduction to The Waifs, my only complaint is the absence of “Vermillion” and “Fisherman’s Daughter” from the tracklisting.

You can also get the album over on Amie Street for less than five dollars.

The Waifs – London Still
The Waifs – SunDirtWater
The Waifs – When I Die

Bonus tracks that I wish they’d included:

The Waifs – Fisherman’s Daughter
The Waifs – Vermillion

The Waifs’ Official Site, The Waifs on myspace, Buy Live From The Union Of Soul

The Waifs – Sun, Dirt, Water

The Waifs are probably one of the most decorated folk/roots rock bands that you’ve never heard of. Coming out of west Australia, the band is made of sisters Vikki Thorn (harmonica, guitar, vocals) and Donna Simpson, and they are joined by Josh Cunningham (guitar, vocals). In 2003, they won Best Blues and Roots Album for Up All Night at the ARIA awards, an award they were also nominated for in 2005, for their live album, A Brief History. Their new release, Sun, Dirt, Water, debuted at #2 on the ARIA Album Chart this month.

Yes, after a three…was it three?…year hiatus to do trivial shit, like raise kids and crap, the band has managed to gathered themselves up and make another amazing album.

I first became aware of The Waifs a few years ago when they were coming to play a local musical festival here in town called Tropical Heatwave. Leading up to it, the radio station that puts the festival on put all the performing artists into heavy rotation, so I got a good dose of their Up All Night album. However, the radio station was unable to quench my thirst, and within days I was at the record store buying the album.

I was curious about how the band would interact after a few years off, but within the first 30 seconds of the opening track “Pony”, I knew that they didn’t. It probably affected the hell out of the recording process, but the end product is a Waifs record through and through. I can’t say it’s better than Up All Night, because I’m not sure that’s possible, but it doesn’t suffer much, if any, of a drop off from it. I think the title track “sundirtwater”, the following track “Vermillion” and “Eternity” tell you everything you need to know about this band. If you’re feeling those songs, then you’ll be diggin’ this band….if you ain’t feeling those tracks, you’re better off passing on these guys and gals.

From Up All Night:

The Waifs – London Still
The Waifs – Flesh and Blood
The Waifs – Lighthouse


From Sun, Dirt, Water

The Waifs – Vermillion
The Waifs – Sun, Dirt, Water
The Waifs – Eternity

The Waifs Official Site, The Waifs on myspace, Buy Sun, Dirt, Water