MySpace Country/Bluegrass Playlist for Jul 9 2009

You can listen to the playlist by visiting our myspace page (www.myspace.com/takecountryback) or by clicking on the link below. Stay tuned tomorrow for more great indie music that deserves a listen!

Country

What Did I Do by Roger Wallace
Pardon Me by Allison Moorer
Empty House by Rex Hobart & the Misery Boys
Used Wedding Rings by Caroline Casey and the Stringslingers
Get A Little Goner by Bill Kirchen
Ramblin’ Fever by Tanya Tucker
Country Soul Brother by Jesse Dayton
Marie Marie by Dave Alvin & The Guilty Women
Chevy Headed West by Jim Stringer & The AM Band
That’s My Home by Prairie Oyster
Like A Fool by Kit & The Branded Men
Smokin’ And Drinkin’ by Scotty Campbell & His Wardenaires
Lovin’ You, Lovin’ Me by George Jone & Tammy Wynette
Ghost Town Train by Troy Olsen (with Allison Moorer)
The Boys Are Back by The Oak Ridge Boys

Bluegrass

Facing The Rain by Polecat Creek
Devil In Disquise by Jason Crawford
Blackbird by The Lonesome Sisters
Man Killer by Lo-Fi Breakdown
Ashes Of Love by Hilltop Ramblers
Stars Fell On Alabama by Tara Nevins
Return To Dismal Swamp by John McEuen
Wild Bill Jones by Bog Medicine
I Believe In Forever by Claire Lynch
The Almond Song by Beaconwood
Long Steel Rail by Riley Baugus
Black Jack Davy by Moonshine Holler
Sandy Boys by The Flat Mountain Girls
Midnight Moonlight by Old And In The Way
Contraband by Salt Miners

One Response to “MySpace Country/Bluegrass Playlist for Jul 9 2009”

  1. thank you thank you for playing my song.. I appreciate it.. the one after it was the fastest song I EVER played, Tall Timber with Vassar and Bobby Hicks.
    best regards

    John

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