[Playlist] Ninebullets Radio – 08.09.2014 – 88.5FM WMNF Tampa

An entire fucking hour of Matt Woods and Caleb Caudle. What the fuck else needs to be said? Put your ears on the archive of the show.

Below is the playlist for August 09, 2014 [Artist – Song (Album)]

01. Matt Woods – Sunshine (Broken Strings and Beer Specials)
02. Andrew Combs – Month Of Bad Habits
03. Lucero – Hey Darlin’ Do You Gamble (1372 Overton Park)
04. NQ Arbuckle – Hospitals (The Future Happens Anyway)
05. Nikki Lane – Right Time (All or Nothin’)
06. Shovels & Rope – Evil (Swimmin’ Time)
07. Benjamin Booker – Wicked Waters (Benjamin Booker)
08. Shooter Jennings – She Thinks I Still Care (Don’t Wait Up (for George))
09. Sturgill Simpson – Living The Dream (Metamodern Sounds In Country Music)
10. Arlo McKinely & The Lonesome Sound – Sad Country Song (Self-Titled)
11. The Woolly Bushmen – Screamin’ ana’ Shoutin’ (Sky Bosses)
12. The Gaslight Anthem – Rollin’ & Tumblin’ (Get Hurt)
13. Will Hoge – Middle of America
14. Roadkill Ghost Choir – Down & Out
15. Johnny Cash – Down the Line (Unearthed)
16. Parker Millsap – Truck Stop Gospel (self-titled)
17. Caleb Caudle – Countdown (Paint Another Layer On My Heart)
18. MATT WOODS AND CALEB CAUDLE LIVE IN STUDIO
19. Justin Townes Earle – White Gardenias (Single Mothers)

Bold = Request

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Episode 187: aired 08.092014

SPOTIFY THIS: THE NINEBULLETS.NET JANUARY 2012 SPOTIFY PLAYLIST

Last month I asked if you guys would be interested in a monthly Ninebullets Spotify playlist. You seemed pretty responsive to the idea so here is the first one. This playlist features every band that was featured on ninebullets in the month of January that was also on Spotify. I hope you enjoy it and if you do, pass it along to some friends. Like I keep saying, every new pair of ears these bands reach is a potential fan/head at show.

This month’s playlist features: Lauderdale, Ryan Adams, Jason Isbell, The Far West, Will Hoge, Sasparilla, The Rainmakers, Micah Schnabel, Hellbound Glory, Molly Gene, Lucero, Childish Gambino, Chris Cornell, The Pack A.D., The Dirt Daubers and Low Cut Connie.

The Ninebullets.net January 2012 Spotify Playlist

WILL HOGE – NUMBER SEVEN

I’m not sure how it took me this long to hear about Will Hoge and I’m even less sure why, in all this time, not a single one of you bastards emailed me a note telling me to check him out. Well, I may be late to the party, but with his seventh release I finally stumbled upon Mr. Will Hoge and I’m loving it.

I can’t speak for any of Will’s other albums as I’ve not listened to any of them (yet), but while Number Seven may be lucky in theory, for the bulk of the characters on this album it’s anything but. On “American Dream” Will provides a voice for the beggar on the corner you try to ignore when you get caught by the light and does so in a matter-of-fact unflinching/patronizing manner. Similarly, he attacks the issue of illegal immigration on “The Illegal Line” with the same unflinching eye.

Really, I think that’s my favorite thing about this album. Lyrically, it’s real and it never compromises on that “realness” for the sake of a better flowing/more poetic line, whether it be on the subject of homelessness, illegal immigration or just waking up and realizing that even on your best day you’re just mediocre.

Number Seven is one of those albums that ends with me wanting more. I want the outtakes that didn’t make the cd. I want the demos for the songs that did. My only regret is that I didn’t hear this album earlier as it, undoubtedly, would have been a Top 5 in my year end list. Only thing I have left for it this late in the game is to tell y’all about it and to crown it Essential Listening.

Will Hoge – The Illegal Line
Will Hoge – Goddam California
Will Hoge – Too Old To Die Young

Will Hoge’s Official Site, Will Hoge on Facebook, Will Hoge on Spotify, Buy Number Seven

PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 12.08.11

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 December 08, 2011.

01. Drive-By Truckers – Where The Devil Don’t Stay
02. Chuck Allen Floyd – Hard Times
03. Roy Dean & Alexander Hudjohn – Rain On The Scarecrow
04. Some Dark Holler – Pills and Keroscene
05. Lucero – Tonight Ain’t Gonna Be Good
06. Drag the River – Me & Joe Drove Out To California
07. The Mallett Brothers Band – Low Down
08. Leonard Croon Band – Dashboard Mary
09. Have Gun Will Travel – Song Of Seven Sisters
10. Will Hoge – Too Old To Die Young
11. Adam Lee & The Dead Horse Company – Broken Wings
12. Fire Mountain – Black Heart
13. New London Fire – Until The Light Goes Out On Me
14. Howlin’ Wolf Band/Hubert Sumlin/Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Sittin’ On Top Of The World

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Episode 49: aired 12.08.2011

WILL HOGE – THE WRECKAGE

The Wreckage

Do you ever hear an album and wonder why you have never heard of the artist before? I do and this album is one of those. Now I may have heard the name before but I had never heard Will Hoge’s music until someone handed me a copy of “The Wreckage”. I screwed around for a while because it had a stack of stuff to get through musically, at home, and at work and soon forgot I had the album. The other day I was cleaning up some stuff and found this little jewel. I plugged it in and wondered where I had been for this man’s last five albums. Six albums and ten years in Will Hoge displays his talent with a roots album that speaks to you in a simple and necessary way. Recorded after a near death van vs. scooter accident and produced by Jim Scott “The Wreckage” is one of the all around best albums of the year.

“The Wreckage” was released almost a year to the day after his accident and is dark, brooding, introspective, moody, and brilliant. While Hoge has recovered from his brush with death this album is not a celebration of that. It is a look at the darker side of life. Ghosts are conjured, dark and smoky images abound. I can see a future of whiskey soaked nights with this album playing. I usually write up a little blurb or two about the songs but I wouldn’t do them justice. I am off to get more of Will’s music and I’ll leave you to decide for yourself about how good this album is.

Will Hoge – Just Like Me
Will Hoge – The Wreckage
Will Hoge – Hard To Love

Will Hoge’s Official Site
Will Hoge on MySpace
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