Episode 124 – Preempting The Pain

Tried to get a solid episode recorded before I’m not able to talk properly for a couple of days when I get this tooth pulled. Not much to say this episode, but it’s definitely full of solid music. Enjoy!

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Music in this episode:

– The Devil Lives In The T.V. AND Stranger by Mississippi Live & The Dirty Dirty
(from Way Down Here)
www.MississippiLive.net

– White Wolf AND Gonna Be A Goner by Hellbound Glory
(from Damaged Goods)
www.HellboundGlory.com

– The Way I’m Strung AND Died Along The Way by Wicked Saints
(from Wicked Saints)
www.WickedSaints.net

– Promise Me AND Big City by Michael Donner & The Southern Renaissance
(from No Better Time)
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– All Over The Radio AND Heaven On A Paper Plate by Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers
(from Unida Cantina)
www.AZPeacemakers.com

– The Dirt, The Blood, The Faith AND Until The Light Goes Out On Me by New London Fire
(from The Dirt, The Blood, The Faith)
www.NewLondonFire.com

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2 thoughts on “Episode 124 – Preempting The Pain

  1. Rachel says:

    Thanks for getting me to listen to those tracks from Unida Cantina again. I thought the album was thoroughly mediocre, but I guess I need to dig deeper for the gems in this one. I had no idea Larsen had left; that certainly explains why it sounds so different!

    • Von says:

      Yeah, it kind of surprised me when I listened to it again too. “All Over The Radio” just popped up on shuffle, and I figured why not give it one more listen. The roots of Roger Clyne’s songwriting is there, but it’s just not the same. Even though Dalton’s guitar work is good stuff, Steve Larson gave that band a sound that I don’t think they can recreate without him.

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