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Happy Thanksgiving from the Shady Groove: Podcast #99


A-Charlie-Brown-Thanksgiving-tonight-on-ABC

Here are the tracks on this weeks Thanksgivingkkah podcast:

William DeVaughn – Be Thankful for What You Got ++ Bob Marley – Thank You Lord ++ Sly & The Family Stone – Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again) ++ My Morning Jacket – Thank You Too! ++ Cab Calloway – Everybody Eats When They Come To My House ++ The Kinks – Maximum Consumption ++ The J.B.’s – Pass The Peas ++ Arlo Guthrie – Alice’s Restaurant Massacree ++ The Avett Brothers – Nothing Short of Thankful ++ Those Darlins – The Whole Damn Thing ++ Bob Dylan – Country Pie ++ The Beatles – I’m So Tired ++ Alabama Shakes – Goin’ To The Party ++ The Gourds – When Wine Was Cheap

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The Shady Groove’sgiving #2: Be Thankful

Happy Thanksgiving everybody!! Here’s some greatfully thankful tunes for you to get down with this year. Listen. Share. Repeat.

Ps Dont eat too much!!

These are the tracks that were included:

Wiliam DeVaughn – Be Thankful For What You Got ++ Ray Davies – Thanksgiving Day ++ Blitzen Trapper – My Home Town ++ Hayes Carll – Wild As a Turkey ++ Those Darlins – The Whole Damn Thing ++ Drive-By Truckers – The Thanksgiving Filter ++ My Morning Jacket – One Big Holiday ++ Arlo Guthrie – Alice’s Restaurant Massacree ++ Michael Kiwanuka – Home Again ++ Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World ++ The Gourds – Meat Off The Bone …..

 

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Homegrown Eatin’ With The Shady Groove: Podcast 72

 

These are the delicious tunes that were played on this weeks podcast:

Tim O’Brien – Megna’s ++ The Gourds – My Name Is Jorge ++ Guy Clark – Homegrown Tomatoes (live) ++ Carolina Chocolate Drops – Cornbread and Butterbeans ++ Harry Nilsson – Coconut ++ Ween – Pork Roll Egg and Cheese (live) ++ Those Darlins – Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy ++ Ryan Montbleau Band – Eggs ++ Jack Johnson – Banana Pancakes ++ Jimmy Buffett – Cheeseburger In Paradise ++ Gurf Morlix – Big Cheesburger and Good French Fries ++ The Gourds – Pickles ++ Guy Clark – Texas Cookin’ ++ The Beatles – Savoy Truffle ++ The Wood Brothers – Shoofly Pie ++ The Gourds – Ants On The Melon.

 

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Outta Sight!! Shady Groove Podcast #65

The Vinyl Groove

These are the hottest of the hot, the freshest new tracks in the life of The Shady Groove:

Ben Folds Five – Do It Anyway ++ Wilco – Outta Mind (Outta Sight) ++ The Ziggens – Strange Way To Live ++ The Rolling Stones – Beast Of Burden ++ Trombone Shorty – Backatown ++ Dr. John – Locked Down ++ The Black Keys – Stop Stop ++ The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Little Wing (live) ++ Phish – Heavy Things ++ Alabama Shakes – Heavy Chevy ++ The Slickers – Johnny Too Bad ++ G. Love & Special Sauce – Do It For Free ++ Those Darlins – Glass To You ++ Joe Pug – Nation of Heat ++ The Gourds – Shreveport.

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Shady Groove’s Top 11 Albums of 2011

Jim James of My Morning Jacket

Well, well. We’ve come to the end of another year. There were so many great albums to choose from this year. It was not easy narrowing it down to only 11. These are the ones that stood out; that are playable all the way through. These 11 albums were consistently on the playlist, turntable, and cd player. They were played over and over again, in their entirety.

Shady Groove’s Top 11 Albums this year:

 

11. Tedeschi Trucks Band – Revelator

Revelator

Derek and Susan have been playing together for years. Now they have a proper name and a sick backing band for the best Husband/Wife duo in the biz. Rock on.

 

10. Various Artists – Rave On Buddy Holly

Rave On Buddy Holly

I would normally shy away from putting a compilation album, let alone a tribute compilation, on this list of best albums. This one is just too good NOT to put it on the list.

 

9. Dawes – Nothing Is Wrong

Nothing Is Wrong

The harmonies and song writing are awesome on this, the 2nd album from Dawes. These guys really embody the Laurel Canyon sound. Neil would be proud. Plays well front to back.

 

8. David Wax Museum – Everything Is Saved

Everything Is Saved

The mexi-folk wonders are the real deal. This album is a welcome change from the everyday folk album.

 

7. Wilco – The Whole Love

The Whole Love

Hats off to Jeff Tweedy and the boys for coming back with a stellar follow up to 2009’s self-titled album. Great album.

 

6. The Wood Brothers – Smoke Ring Halo

Smoke Ring Halo

Gotta love the Brothers down home bluesy sound. It hits home again with Smoke Ring Halo. You’re sure to stumble on some gems as you sit and listen through this one.

 

5. Blitzen Trapper – American Goldwing

American Goldwing

The Portland rockers are back with another killer set of tunes that will make you think you’ve taken a trip back to 1973. But we’re not talking a total throwback here. These guys are doing things Neil Young and Crazy Horse never did.

 

4. Gregg Allman – Low Country Blues

Low Country Blues

Man, T. Bone Burnett has an amazing ear for a good tune. When he sent Gregg a playlist of over 200 old blues songs to pick from for their new project, Gregg could tell it was going to be something special. Fresh off a brand new liver, Allman sings his heart out on this solo project. Great tracks from a great blues singer.

 

3. The Gourds – Old Mad Joy

Old Mad Joy

Not to be confused with Old Man Smell. Austin’s finest alt/county/blues/folk/rock/cajun/gospel/bluegrass band has really got something special with this album, thier 11th. And they’ve done it in fine fashion, recording with longtime dylan bandmate/now fixture in Levon Helm’s band, Larry Campbell up in Woodstock NY at the legendary Barn, Levon Helm’s Studios. Larry pushed the boys to their limits, wringing out some of their best material in 15 yrs.┬áThe album rolls from front to back seamlessly. While listening, its hard not to hear sounds of The Band, The Rolling Stones, even the The Who. So crank it up and let it play, you’re sure to enjoy.

 

2. Hayes Carll – KMAG YOYO (& Other American Stories)

KMAG YOYO

I was hooked when I first heard the Hank Williams style, Hard Out Here. The Texas country rock man Hayes Carll is part of a growing genre of texas troubadour, country/folk outlaws that is alive and well. Some of the songs on this album are so familiar, you’d think you were listening to a cover. But that’s not a bad thing. He has no interest in doing anything different. Carll and his band take the honky tonk, rock n roll to a new level. They have never sounded so good and will even make the biggest Townes Van Zant follower a fan. Have fun with this one.

 

1. My Morning Jacket – Circuital

Circuital

Not a conventional rock album by any means, My Morning Jacket follow up 2009’s Evil Urges with a superb set of new songs. Circuital itself means coming full circle, everything starts and ends in the same place. In a way this album does just that. Yim Yames talks about how even the songs have a more circular form, as opposed to the more triangular wave forms on the last album. This album moves you through the songs in a very systematic way. It is very well put together. A listen to it from front to back will reveal endless hooks, ambient jams and great triumphant endings. Well done folks, well done.

 

Honorable Mention:

The Black Keys – El Camino

The Decemberists – The King is Dead

Cheers Elephant – Time Well Wasted

Those Darlins – Screws Get Loose

G. Love – Fixin To Die

Wanda Jackson – The Party Ain’t Over