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Back to Back to Basics - 2 CDs

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Vampire Weeke nd  Oxford Comma  buy on itunes
Van Dyke Parks  FDR In Trinidad  buy on itunes
Ry Cooder  Steel Guitar Heaven  buy on itunes
Rich ard Thompson  Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee  buy on itunes
Wilco  Tried and True  buy on itunes
Rick Danko Band  Crazy Mama  buy on itunes
John Prine  Ain't Hurtin' Nobody  buy on itunes
Greg Brown  Evening Call  buy on itunes
The Black Keys  Things Aint Like They Used to Be  buy on itunes
Side B
Jeff Tweedy  Simple Twist of Fate  buy on itunes
Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris  All the Roadrunning  buy on itunes
The Cowboy Junkies  Still Lost  buy on itunes
The Broken Family Band  Living in Sin  buy on itunes
Bright Eyes  Another Travelin' Song  buy on itunes
Old 97s  Here's to the Halcyon  buy on itunes
Webb Wilder  The Rest (Will Take Care Of Itself)  buy on itunes
Jason Ringenberg  Shop It Around  buy on itunes


My uncle Daryl was my first musical mentor. We have traded music and mixes for over 20 years. Two years ago, I made a series of mixes for him called Back to Basics. This is about getting back to that same mood, but with hopefully a few pleasant surprises for him. As you can see, not necessarily a best of 08, but with less of my usual suspects.

I want to thank Barry via Anthony for The Broken Family Band, also Anthony proper for the Okkervil River, George for the Linda and (not that) Robin Williams, and, last but far from least, Dean for the Eliza Gilkyson as well as his impeccable artwork.P.P.S. The site is not letting me put all the tracks, but you can see in the artwork below the complete listing.


Date: 2/25/2009
This looks absolutely wonderful. I'm jealous of Uncle Daryl.
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Date: 2/25/2009
It was a pleasure being part of this mix in a small way, and frankly I think it's one of the best Derek has done.
Date: 2/27/2009
This looks phenomenal.
Date: 3/3/2009
Timeless, atmospheric, unique. This is why we all root for Doowad!

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