PODCAST 21 Dark in my Heart


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1.  Hank Williams – Lonesome Whistle (1951) from Revealed: The Unreleased Recordings

2.  Lee Hazlewood – Dark In My Heart (1967) from Lee Hazlewoodism, Its Cause and Cure

3.  Addie Pray (Bill Lincoln from Euphoria) – Wings In The Wind (1970-1971) from Late For The Dance

4.  Elyse (with Neil Young) – Houses (1969) from Elyse

5.  The Youngbloods – Foolin’ Around (The Waltz) from The Youngbloods (1967)

6. J.J. Light – Gallup, New Mexico (1969) from Heya!

7.  Roscoe Holcomb – Coal Creek (date unknown) from An Untamed Sense of Control

8.  Buffy Sainte-Marie – Poppies (1969) from Illuminations

9.  Bert Jansch – Cluck Old Hen (1974) from LA Turnaround

10.  Graham Nash & David Crosby – Frozen Smiles (1972) from self-titled LP

11.  Ry Cooder – France Chance (1970) from Ry Cooder

12.  John Simon – Did You See? (1970) John Simon’s Album

13.  The Beau Brummels – One Too Many Mornings (1966) from Magic Hollow Box Set

14.  Space Opera – Blue Ridge Mountains (1972) from Space Opera

15.  Pearls Before Swine – Ballad to an Amber Lady (1967) from One Nation Underground

16.  Muleskinner – Muleskinner Blues (1972) from Muleskinner

17.  Tim Buckley – Song to the Siren – Morning Glory – The Tim Buckley Story

18.  The Band – The Rumor (1970) from Stage Fright

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  • Brendan

    Jay, wow, this might be my favorite mix to date. I swear you need a 24/7 radio show.

  • Thanks a lot for sharing this.
    I listened to it while drinking my first couple of beers on a Saturday night. It was prefect.

    Love from Iceland,

  • p.s. ending with The Rumour… a real nice touch. I’d forgotten that one.

  • Yep, I second Brendan. Crazy good mix this time around. I’ve listened to it at least 3 times through by now. Thanks Jason!

  • Len Liechti

    Phew! Finally got to listen to this right through. What a quality fifty-two minutes! The Buffy St Marie track is just beyond description, and the Band’s closer just confirms that they were the second greatest outfit ever in rock. I second Brendan’s comment.

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