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The Shady Groove Podcast #125: We’ve Got The Come And Go Blues

 

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Heyo to all you Shady Groovers out there! Had a great time putting together this radio show. We are here to bring joy, new music, old favorites, B-sides, and rarities to the forefront of your consciousness. Thanks for listening.

These are the tracks that made it to this weeks podcast:

Allen Toussaint – Goin’ Down ++ David Bowie – Fame ++ B.B. King – The Thrill Is Gone ++ The Allman Brothers Band – Come And Go Blues ++ The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Remember ++ T. Rex – Mambo Sun ++ The Clash – Magnificent Seven ++ The Shins – Name For You ++ Karl Blau – Falling Rain ++ Link Wray – Crowbar ++ The Wood Brothers – Singin’ to Strangers ++ Khruangbin – People Everywhere (Still Alive) ++ Peter Tosh – Wanted Dread and Alive ++ Lynyrd Skynyrd – I Need You ++ The Americans – Prison Yard Walk ++ Anderson East – Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em and Forget ‘Em ++ Shinyribs – Tub Gut Stomp & Red-Eyed Soul ++ The Gourds – Smoke Bend ++

 

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We Like American Music: Podcast #118

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What is American Music to you? I think one of the greatest things about American Music is that it can mean something different to everyone. This weeks podcast is a little taste of what it means to me. I sat down and really pondered where the music came from. From it’s Folk, Blues and Jazz roots to its country beginnings, R&B and Soul, through to Rock n Roll and back again. American music has a long, diverse, and storied history; rich in tradition but also heavy on exploration and improvisation. It’s also important to mention that there are many more that I would have loved to add to this list; and even as I write this now several more have popped in my head (Doc Watson, Velvet Underground, Link Wray, The Temptations, and Stevie Wonder just to name a few). So, nevertheless I invite you to listen to my interpretation; soak it in, but also I encourage you to make your own playlist and think of what american music means to you. As always, enjoy, and listen loud.

These are the truly american tracks that were played:

Robert Johnson – Cross Road Blues ++ Chuck Berry – Roll Over Beethoven ++ Otis Redding – I Can’t Turn You Loose – Sam Cooke – Another Saturday Night ++ Leon Bridges – Coming Home ++ Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) ++ Billie Holiday and her Orchestra – Summertime ++ Preservation Hall Jazz Band & The Del McCoury Band – I’ll Fly Away ++ Lead Belly – Midnight Special ++ The Allman Brothers Band – Revival ++ Bruce Springsteen –  4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) ++ Dawes – From a Window Seat ++ The Band – The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (live) ++ Woody Guthrie – Going Down The Road Feeling Bad ++ Bob Dylan – You’re No Good ++ The Byrds – You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere ++ Joe Pug – Hymn #101 ++ Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues ++ Buddy Holly – Not Fade Away ++ Grateful Dead – Ripple ++ Alabama Shakes – Gimme All Your Love ++ Father John Misty – Bored In the USA ++ The Gourds – All The Labor

 

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Feelin’ Free with The Shady Groove

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Time for another Theme-Time Radio from the Shady Groove. Today we explore freedom, all songs about it, and the overall sense of longing to be free. You know what I’m talking about. We all want to be free, to do what you want, any old time. These were the songs that we played:

 

The Rolling Stones – I’m Free ++ Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Free Fallin’ ++ G. Love & Special Sauce – Free At Last ++ The Derek Trucks Band – Already Free ++ Nina Simone – I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free ++ Delaney & Bonnie – Free The People ++ The Allman Brothers Band – I Feel Free ++ Richie Havens – Freedom (Motherless Child) ++ Phish – Free (live) ++ Traffic – Freedom Rider ++ Bob Marley – Redemption Song ++ Bob Dylan – I Shall Be Free ++ Lead Belly – We Shall Be Free ++ The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Stone Free ++ The Black Keys – Set You Free ++ Michael Franti & Spearhead – Feelin’ Free ++ Ween – Roses Are Free ++ The Gourds – I Come Up/All The Labor (Live)

 

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It’s So Heavy: Shady Groove Podcast #114

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This is the sonic awesomeness that was included on this weeks podcast:

Cahlen Morrison & Eli West – Fleeting Like the Days ++ The Black Crowes – What Is Home  ++ Dire Straits – Six Blade Knife ++ My Morning Jacket – Golden ++ Bruce Springsteen – Wild Billy’s Circus Story ++ Father John Misty – Well, You Can Do It Without Me ++ John Scofield – Jeep On 35 ++ The Allman Brothers Band – Pony Boy ++ Derek & The Dominos – It’s Too Late ++ George Harrison – Wah-Wah ++ Tedeschi Trucks Band – It’s So Heavy ++ B.B. King – Sweet Little Angel ++ Desmond Dekker – 007 (Shanty Town) ++ Talking Heads – Tentative Decisions ++ Little Joy – The Next Time Around ++ The Rolling Stones – Let It Loose ++ Max Johnston – How The Mighty Do Despair ++ The Gourds – Smoke Bend

 

 

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The Usual Place: Podcast #111

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These are the fantastically pleasing tracks that were included:

Bo Diddley – Ooh Baby ++ Don Covay – The Usual Place ++ The Allman Brothers Band – Stand Back ++ Jason Isbell – Stockholm ++ Sturgill Simpson – Life of Sin ++ The Black Crowes – Sometimes Salvation ++ Damien Jurado – Sheets ++ Neil Young – Harvest ++ Ages and Ages – Alright You Restless ++ Dr. Dog – Broken Heart ++ Old 97’s – Longer Than You’ve Been Alive ++ Link Wray – Black River Swamp ++ Bob Segar & The Silver Bullet Band – Against The Wind ++ Old Crow Medicine Show – Sweet Amarillo ++ Peter Tosh – Jah Guide ++ The Derek Trucks Band – I Know ++ Max Johnston – Next To You

 

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