Thursday, July 12, 2012

DIRTY ROOTS RADIO - July 12th 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

Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
Dr. John – Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya
Jason & the Scorchers – Shop It Around
Jason & the Scorchers – Absolutely Sweet Marie
Jason & the Scorchers – Moonshine Guy/Releasing Celtic Prisoners
Rolling Stones – Before They Make Me Run
The WhiteTrash WhipLash – Spodie Odie Hey!
Willie Nelson – Whiskey River
The Renegades – Ghost Train (Unissued)
Bruce and Jerry – I Saw Her First
The Heavy – Short Change Hero
Tom Waits – Raised Right Men
Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers – Do You Love Me
Andre Williams – Bacon Fat
The Everly Brothers – Gone, Gone, Gone
Neil Diamond – Thank the Lord for the Night Time
The Staple Singers – The Weight
Screaming Lord Sutch – Bye Bye Johnny/Johnny B. Goode
Reverend Deadeye – Drunk On Jesus
The Persuasions – Buffalo Soldier
Baby Huey – Listen to Me
Ron McMaster – Acid, Pot Or Pills
Eugene McDaniels – The Lord Is Back
Tom Waits (w/Keith Richards) – That Feel
Rolling Stones – Happy
Pearl Harbour & the Explosions – You’re In Trouble Again
Bonnie Raitt – Million Miles
Johnny Cash – Thunderball
Sammy Davis Jr. – I Got a Woman
Elvis Presley – I Got a Woman
Ray Charles – I Got a Woman
Possessed by Paul James – Feed the Family
Woody Guthrie – Riding In My Car (Car Song)
Woody Guthrie – Ranger’s Command
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – This Land Is Your Land
Billy Bragg & Wilco – All You Fascists
Billy Bragg & Wilco (feat. Natalie Merchant) – Birds and Ships
Peter Case – Kokomo Prayer Vigil
Willie Nelson – Sad Songs and Waltzes
Cake – Italian Leather Sofa
The Jaynetts – Sally Go Round the Roses
John Lee Hooker – The Motor City Is Burning
MC5 – The Motor City Is Burning
Southern Culture On the Skids – Meximelt
Donnie and Joe Emerson – Give Me the Chance


"Life without music would be a mistake."  - Friedrich Nietzsche

"Those who dance are considered insane by those who cannot hear the music."  - George Carlin

"Play it fuckin' loud!"  - Bob Dylan

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