Friday, May 4, 2012

DIRTY ROOTS RADIO - May 3rd Playlist

Tune in to Dirty Roots Radio every Thursday night from 8 to 10 p.m. (central) on WGRN 89.5 FM. Listen online from anywhere in the world at

Isaac Hayes - Theme from Shaft (RIP Charles "Skip" Pitts)
Pete Seeger - Waist Deep In the Big Muddy (Happy 93rd Birthday)
James Brown - Get Up Offa That Thing (Happy "Would-Be" 79th Birthday - RIP)
James Brown - Get On the Good Foot
Merle Haggard - Honky Tonk Night Time Man
X - Soul Kitchen
Steve Earle - Little Emperor
Lucinda Williams - Joy
Gil Scott-Heron - New York is Killing Me
Tom Waits - Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets to the Wind in Copenhagen)
Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working
Scott H. Biram - I See the Light/What's His Name
Andre Wililams - Hoods and Shades
Leonard Cohen - Bird On a Wire
Norah Jones - Happy Pills
Dr. John - Kingdom of Izzness
Jeb Stewart - The Greasy Frog
Danny Johnson & the Rhythm Makers - Tired of Working for the Other Man
Marty Stuart feat. Hank 3 - Picture From Life's Other Side
Head Cat - Crying, Waiting, Hoping
Dwight Yoakam - I Hear You Knocking
The Cramps - Jungle Hop
Roberta Flack - Go Up Moses
Mike Ness - No Man's Friend
Social Distortion - Mommy's Little Monster
Willie Nelson - Come On Back Jesus
Greg Brown - Freak Flag
Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft
Joe Tex - You Said a Bad Word
Bare Jr. - If You Choose Me
Neil Young - Farmer John
Keith Richards - Take It So Hard
Jason & the Scorchers - 19th Nervous Breakdown
Jason & the Scorchers - Moonshine Guy/Releasing Celtic Prisoners
The Hooten Hallers - The Ugliest Girl
Robert Duvall - Live Forever
Elmo & Hezekiah - Hoopin' & Hollerin'
Dwight Yoakam - These Arms
V-Roys - Mary
Albert King - Watermelon Man
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!
Steve Earle - My Old Friend the Blues
Fats Domino - I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday
Ry Cooder - No Banker Left Behind
Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues
Jeff Bridges - What a Little Bit of Love Can Do

Background Music: Calvin Keys - Shawn-Neeq



"Super casual music listeners. That's most of the people in the world. And you have to understand, that's why Top 40 radio exists. It's not there for people who seek out music and who love music."  
- Michael Stipe

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