Thursday, August 9, 2012

DIRTY ROOTS RADIO - August 9th 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 www.wgrn.net.

Tom Waits – Goodnight Irene
Henry Thorne – Wolf Bait
James Brown – The Payback
Kris Kristofferson – The Pilgrim: Chapter 33
Elmo Williams & Hezekiah Early – Mother’s Dead
The Cramps – Drug Train
Dex Romweber Duo – Redemption
Motorhead – Dance
Dr. Dog – Lonesome
Tom Waits – Hell Broke Luce
Townes Van Zandt – Who Do You Love
The Everly Brothers – Gone, Gone, Gone
Left Lane Cruiser – Lost My Mind
Jack Scott – My True Love
R.L. Burnside – See What My Buddy Done
Johnny Cash – One Piece at a Time
The Crystals – I Wonder
The WhiteTrash WhipLash – Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Syl Johnson – Is It Because I’m Black
Mike Ness – Big Iron
The Staple Singers – The Weight
The Sonics – I’m A Man
The Sonics – Psycho
The Clash – Hate & War
Paul Jones – Pucker Up Buttercup
Sunnyland Slim – The Devil Is A Busy Man
Willie Nelson – Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die
Ten Foot Polecats – Tears On My Windshield
Flatt & Scruggs – I Still Miss Someone
Jason & the Scorchers – Absolutely Sweet Marie
The Lively Ones – Surf Rider
Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears – Livin’ In the Jungle



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"A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and gets to bed and night, and in between he does what he wants to do."  - Bob Dylan

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