Stream The New Bobby Bare, Jr. Track From The Upcoming Documentary “Don’t Follow Me, I’m Lost”

Bloodshot Records is proud to release the soundtrack to the Bobby Bare Jr. documentary Don’t Follow Me (I’m Lost). The album will be released through digital retailers and via a limited edition screen printed poster with digital download code. Pre-orders are available now. The lone studio recording on the live collection, a previously unreleased track titled “The Beginning of the End,” is streaming on Consequence of Sound.

Back in 2010 and 2011, visionary, charismatic singer/songwriter and musician’s musician Bobby Bare Jr. was followed on tour by a film crew led by filmmaker William Miller. What resulted is Don’t Follow Me (I’m Lost), a touching, funny, and genuine rock doc about the struggles of maintaining a modestly successful touring career (which is a hell of a task in and of itself) whilst remaining a loving family man back in his hometown of Nashville. The film, which features appearances and commentary by Justin Townes Earle, My Morning Jacket, Hayes Carll, Bobby Bare Sr., and more, was released in a limited capacity in 2012, and then in 2014 screened in theaters and clubs in major U.S. cities, including a stint at Austin’s South By Southwest music festival. It is now widely released online (Hulu, iTunes, Amazon, Vimeo, etc.) and on DVD.

What also resulted from those months of documenting Bobby Bare Jr. on the road is a film soundtrack, consisting of some of Bobby Bare Jr.’s most energetic and sonically sharp live performances put to tape. Don’t Follow Me (I’m Lost) Original Motion Picture Soundtrack includes new versions of fan-favorites and deep cuts from Bobby’s classic Bloodshot albums like The Longest Meow and From the End of Your Leash, as well as songs from his 2010 Thirty Tigers album A Storm, A Tree, My Mother’s Head.  Recorded at beloved venues like Portland, OR’s Crystal Ballroom, Chapel Hill, NC’s Local 506, and Nashville’s The Basement, these songs span the genre-busting gamut that Bobby is known to trample, while evoking many of the emotions felt by viewers of the documentary – love, heartbreak, joy, homesickness, anticipation, despair, and hope.

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Episode 270 – Most Humbling

Well done, friends. We met our goal, to pay the yearly fees, within a week. You guys are amazing, and it truly means a lot that you’d act that fast, and with that much consideration, to get things done. Just amazing. I’ve got some great new music for you guys this week, and I keep the talking to a minimum, except for praising you guys. Enjoy!

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Music in this episode:

– Tres Borrachos AND Skateboard Blues by Left Lane Crusier
(from Dirty Spliff Blues)
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– All The Way Back Home AND Wake Up, Rounder! by Spirit Family Reunion
(from Hands Together)

– More… AND The Joke Explained by Wilco
(from Star Wars)

– New Kids AND Signs by The Vespers
(from Sisters And Brothers)

– Fractioned AND Kicked Out Of The Chain Gang by Tigers on Trains
(from Antarctica In Color)
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– The Legend Of Chavo Guerrero AND Blood Capsules by The Mountain Goats
(from Beat The Champ)

Mini-Mix submitted by Jake Lemon

1 – Burning Building by Ben Miller Band
(from Anyway, Shape or Form)

2 – Burn. Flicker. Die by American Aquarium
(from Burn. Flicker. Die)

3 – Faraway You by Marah
(from Kids In Philly)



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Episode 269 – A Call To Arms

This is where I ask you guys to help out. The yearly dues are coming up next month. Exactly one month from the day that I’m recording this. Once again, the show only goes on with your support, so I’d appreciate any help you can send my way. The donation link is at the bottom of this post. Take a listen to all the great music I’m playing today, and hopefully you’ll find it worth a donation. Enjoy!

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Music in this episode:

– I’ve Been Lovin’ You AND Dancin’ by Thomas Bryan Eaton
(from We All Want To Be Love)

– Woodshed AND Black & Blue by Jeff German & The Blankety Blanks
(from Woodshed)

– Strength In Numbers AND The First Ever Hooverville by Rebel Mart
(from Amalgamated Saboteurs Local 21)

– 7 Come 11 AND It’s Hard To Make Love To An American by Ike Reilly
(from Am I Still The One For You?)
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– Lonely And Blue AND When We Was Young by Black Vincent
(from Teardrop Deluxe)
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– Wings Of No Restraint AND Soon The Earth Shall Swallow by Danny Schmidt
(from Owls)

Mini-Mix submitted by Tony Shoemaker

1 – Needles And Pins by The Ramones
(from Road To Ruin)

2 – Rode by Dinosaur Jr.
(from I Bet on Sky)

3 – Hit Me by The Whigs
(from Modern Creation)



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Episode 268 – Too Damn Hot To Cope

For some reason, today was a bitch. It was HOT, and borderline unbearable. Turns out I had some heat exhaustion going on. Anyway, you get to hear me complain about it while I play some awesome new music. Enjoy!

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Music in this episode:

– Don’t Strike Me Down AND Healing To Do by William Elliott Whitmore
(from Radium Death)

– Justice And Fair Shake AND Vagabond by Chuck Ragan
(from Kindred Spirit)

– Better Life AND Other Side by Braggers
(from Braggers)

– I Won’t Let You Down AND Crash and Burn by Carolina Story
(from Chapters One And Two)
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– Workin’ Man AND Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop by Neil Young And Promise Of The Real
(from The Monsanto Years) and

– Newmyer’s Roof AND Three Drinks by Craig Finn
(from Newmyer’s Roof)

Mini-Mix submitted by Gary Walker

1 – Ain’t Waiting On Tomorrow by Drivin’ n Cryin’
(from Songs From The Laundromat)

2 – 99 Shades Of Crazy by JJ Grey & Mofro
(from This River)

3 – Southern Grammar by Hiss Golden Messenger
(from Lateness Of Dancers)
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Episode 267 – The Ginger Zebra Effect

In this episode I talk about having some family come down from St. Louis to visit for the weekend, and how that led to me looking like, what we called, a ginger zebra. You’ll have to listen to find out what that is. Also, as you’ve undoubtedly come here for, there’s some great new music. Enjoy!

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Music in this episode:

– Blackwater AND Bad Seed by The Blackwater Fever
(from Sweet Misery)

– Wind Up Bird AND Black Cloud by Heartless Bastards
(from Restless Ones)

– Come AND Rewired by June Star
(from Pull Awake)

– Skip The Line AND I Think I Said Too Much by Sugar & The Hi Lows
(from Sugar & The Hi Lows)

– Dependence Day AND Stars by Treasures of Mexico
(from Holding Pattern)
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– Alice Mae AND All Night Long by Old Gray Mule
(from Have Mercy)

Mini-Mix submitted by Paul Mason

1 – Penitentiary by Houndmouth
(from From The Hills Below The City)

2 – Eid Ma Clack Shaw by Bill Callahan
(from Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle)
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3 – Easy Mistake by David Corley
(from Available Light)



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