Greetings folks! It’s Philly again, back with your weekly dose of info and thoughts on the latest podcast. This one features a ton of great music including a Trio Bravo from listener Chris Green and a sweet interview and performance by Kurtis Marschke of Deadstring Brothers, who Eric, Mike and I pinned down for an interview at last summer’s Wildwood Music Festival.
Just a quick note to say thank you all for the great input we’ve received about the podcast and blog so far. Feedback mostly has centered on the Flash-based website and the inability to view it and play the podcast or blog on mobile devices. We’re taking steps to solve these problems so the podcast can be a more enjoyable experience for more folks. Big changes in the works. Stay tuned.
Also, we unsuccessfully tweaked our recording levels for this podcast, which may require you to ride your volume knob throughout the podcast. Hey, it’s interactive! Hah! Sorry about that. Plus, our file was a little too large to be served well on a Firefox browser. Oh well, more things to fix.
Rocktober continues with tons more great shows here in Portland over the next few weeks, so look for us out and about. We’re hitting as many as we can and will report back to you of our comings and goings.
Here’s a look at this week’s playlist:
Playlist for Podcast No. 4 (recorded 10-9-13)
That Much Further West (Demo; show theme), Lucero
Drunken Poet’s Dream, Ray Wylie Hubbard
Concrete And Barbed Wire, Lucinda Williams
Cowboys Are My Weakness, Kate Mann
Reba, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires
You Can Have The Crown, Sturgill Simpson
Love Like This, Drive-By Truckers
Drunk & Single (for George Jones), Joe Fletcher & The Wrong Reasons
Tulsa County Rail, Rubella Graves
Whiskey Rain, Railbenders
Good For You, Truckstop Darlin’
TRIO BRAVO (three songs picked by superfan Chris Green)
Blues Of Sin/Babylove, Pat Macdonald
She Don’t Care, White Trash Blues Revival
Somebody Take Me Home (LLRS Live), Phillip Roebuck
Interview with Kurtis Marschke from Deadstring Brothers.
Let Me In, Austin Lucas
She’s A Lot Like Texas, The Derailers
Meanest Jukebox In Town, Whitey Morgan and the 78s
Daddy Raised A Boy, Scott Miller & The Commonwealth
I Can’t Believe I’ve Fallen, Copper & Coal
Money Back, The Resolectrics
Pappy, Ugly Valley Boys