Tupelo Honey Playlist 7/26/11


One of my favorite Americana cross-over albums to come out in the last few years was from The Bridge. The album was Blind Man's Hill. The only reason it didn't make my list of best albums of the year was because it came to me 6 months after the year's end.

The great album is equaled by their epic live performances. I understand they have lifelong friends here in Eugene so we've been blessed with regular gigs. The band has announced they'll be splitting up at year's end. So if you'd like a last chance to see this incredible group you'll have to get tickets for this weekend's Black Sheep Family Reunion in Tidewater, OR.

RIP The Bridge, you will be missed.

Till Next Week
Ciao


Song - Artist - Album


5pm
Things They Say About Home - The Wilders - The Wilders
Portland - Middle Brother - Middle Brother
I Don't Know Anybody In This Town - Greg Brown - Freak Flag
Queen Bee - Taj Mahal - SeƱor Blues
49 Tons - Blackie & The Rodeo Kings - Swinging from the Chains of Love
Needn't Say a Thing - Ben Sollee & Daniel Martin Moore - Dear Companion
County Fair - John Mellencamp - Life, Death, Love and Freedom
Come Inside - Zoe Muth And The Lost High Rollers - Starlight Hotel
Mexican Blackbird - ZZ Top - Chrome, Smoke & BBQ 
Gonna Love You - Karen Savoca - Promise
Shipping Out To Iraq Blues - Jesse Dayton & Johnny Bush - Voices Of A Grateful Nation
A Boy Named Sue - Todd Snider - Twistable, Turnable Man
New Song for the Crossroads - The Reverend John DeLore - Ode to an American Urn


6pm
Jokerman - Eliza Gilkyson - A Nod To Bob 2: An Artists' Tribute To Bob Dylan On His 70th
Hot and Dusty Monday - Grievous Angels - 22 Trailer Park
Sea Green, See Blue. - Jaymay - Sea Green, See Blue EP
Fish and Whistle - John Prine - Souvenirs
You Call It Rain - Old 97's - The Grand Theatre Volume 2
Town With No Shame - Jimbo Mathus - Confederate Buddha
Since She Started to Ride - Jonathan Richman - Jonathan Goes Country
Honey Bee - The Bridge - Blind Man's Hill
Six White Horses - Gillian Welch - The Harrow & The Harvest
Come Back Home - Tyler Fortier - Fear Of The Unknown
7 & 7 - Turnpike Troubadours - Diamonds & Gasoline
The Walk to the God House - Dan Reeder - This New Century

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