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Counttry? Rock?

Artist Song
Hank Williams  Lost Highway 
Johnny Cash  Rockabilly Blues (Texas 1955) 
The Beau Brummels  Deep Water 
The Byrds  The Christian Life 
The Dillards  Listen To The Sound 
Doug Sahm  Nuevo Laredo 
The Eagles  Already Gone 
Emmylou Harris  Two More Bottles Of Wine 
The Flying Burrito Brothers  Sin City 
Willie Nelson  Whiskey River 
Gene Clark  Train Leaves Here This Morning 
The Grateful Dead  Uncle Johns Band 
Guy Clark  Desperados Waiting For A Train 
The International Submarine Band  Luxury Liner 
John Stewart  Gold 
Linda Ronstadt  Different Drum 
Phil Ochs  Chords Of Fame 
Poco  Pickin Up The Pieces 
Waylon Jennings  Are You Sure hank Done it This Way? 
Jason & The Scorchers  Lost Highway 


My first in a VERY long time. How do I upload. In case anyone is interested. My best of 2006 to come next. Oh and thanks to Rob for the Phil Ochs track on this.


Date: 12/8/2006
Welcome back-great mix.
Date: 12/8/2006
very nice. i especially like the guy clark and emmylou harris picks.
joey de vivre
Date: 12/8/2006
I'm not sure Hank done it this way, but I bet he would have ,if he would have knowed how to upload . . .

looks real good & makes me want to drive down that lost highway playing this mix -
Date: 12/9/2006
Country? Rock? Who cares? Not I when the music in question is of this calibre. Magnificent.
Rob Conroy
Date: 12/10/2006
This looks great, my friend--good to see you back. And you're certainly welcome for the Ochs classic.
Mark Petruccelli
Date: 12/11/2006
killer stuff. Diggin That 7-13 stretch is smokin!
Date: 12/11/2006
Excellent stuff here from start to finish, and really nice to see you posting stuff here again. I love that Dead track sandwiched between the Clarks, and wholeheartedly agree about the Emmylou comment below. (PS: checked out the forum too - very impressive, thanks!)
Date: 12/14/2006
When I'm in the mood, this type of stuff is just aces. Lots of amazing classics here.
French Connection
Date: 12/14/2006
Good to see you frequenting these parts again John. This looks good to me.