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Tomorrow Land: Podcast #106

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These were the funky fresh tracks on this weeks’ podcast:

The John Scofield Band – Tomorrow Land ++ ┬áTommy James & The Shondells – Crimson and Clover ++ Dr. Dog – Phenomenon ++ Chris Kasper – Never Saw You Blues ++ Bob Dylan – Tell Me, Momma ++ Alabama Shakes – Always Alright ++ Ramsay Midwood – Monster Truck ++ Jimi Hendrix – Killing Floor (live) ++ Derek Trucks Band feat. Susan Tedeschi ++ Pharrell Williams – Happy ++ The Rolling Stones – Happy ++ Talking Heads – Happy Day ++ Herb Alpert & Hugh Masekela – Happy Hanna ++ Barry Louis Polisar – All I Want Is You ++ Mason Porter – Let Me In ++ The Gourds – Let Him In

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Here We Go Loop De Loop: Shady Groove Podcast #98

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Man, I know it’s been soooo long since you’ve last heard a Shady Groove Podcast. You’ve probably been wondering what the ‘f’ is going on. You’ve probably been scared that you would never hear the podcast again.┬áBut fear no more! We are back with one of the best sets of audibly pleasing songs that we have ever had. So, please enjoy, listen loud, and tell your friends.

These are the super fantastic tracks that were included:

James Booker – Lawdy Miss Clawdy ++ Derek Trucks Band – I’d Rather Be Blind, Crippled & Crazy ++ Wet Willie – Keep on Smilin’ ++ Leon Russell – Stranger In a Strange Land ++ Lord Huron – Lonesome Dreams ++ Harry Nilsson – Loop De Loop ++ Mayer Hawthorne – The Ills ++ Lou Reed – She’s My Best Friend ++ Spirit Family Reunion – To All My Friends and Relations ++ Bob Marley – Trench Town Rock ++ Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band – Fire Lake ++ The Decemberists – Calamity Song ++ Jimi Hendrix – Angel ++ The Gourds – Ringing Dark & True

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A Car-Themed Podcast

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Cars, trucks, buses. They’ve been around since the early 19th century and have historically been super-prevalent in everyday life. The connection between the automobile and music probably stems from the feeling of freedom brought on by the driving of a car. Freedom = rebellion, which is what the early songs that mention cars are about. Big engines, driving fast, making out in the backseat; these were some of the themes of songs. Anyway, regardless of why people started singing songs about cars, there is no question that the link is there. Today’s podcast takes a look at that link. Enjoy.

This week’s podcast was comprised of these exhaust-drenched tracks:

Chuck Berry – No Particular Place to Go ++ Derek Trucks Band – Chevrolet ++ Wilson Pickett ++ The Beatles – Drive My Car ++ Cake – Stickshifts and Safetybelts ++ Duane Allman – No Money Down ++ Bob Dylan – From a Buick 6 ++ The Gourds – Fine Leather Truck ++ Janis Joplin – Mercedez Benz ++ The Beach Boys – 409 ++ Wilco – Bull Black Nova ++ The Clash – Brand New Cadillac ++ Bo Diddley – Cadillac ++ War – Low Rider ++ Elizabeth Cook – El Camino ++ Old 97’s – Bel Air ++ The Gaslight Anthem – Old White Lincoln ++ The Gourds – Get Your Kicks On Route 66

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