Jim Neill

Jim Neill’s Jukebox Wed. 2/12/14

7PM
Trwbador – Sun In the Winter

Twin Sister – All Around and Away We Go
The Luyas – Too Beautiful To Work

Thje Mendicants- Sarasota
The Coffee Sergeants – Purple Martin Sanctuary
Beck – Blue Moon
Brian Wilson – Surf’s Up
Quilt – Arctic Shark

Fleetwood Mac- Spare Me A Little
Led Zeppelin – Bron-Yr-Aur
Elliott Smith – Angel In The Snow
Crooked Fingers – Twilight Creeps
Neil Finn – Impressions
snowbird – I Heard the Owl Call My Name

8PM
Pure X – Thousand Year Old Child

The Orgone Box – Ticket With No Return
Rising Appalachia – Swoon
Roy Harper- One For All
Damien Jurado – Nothing Is The News
Zammuto – Groan Man, Don’t Cry
Alan Smithee – Alcohol vs. Marijuana & Lsd
American Tomahawk – Our Song Knife
Allan Smithee – Lsd Experience
The Incredible Casuals – Blind World
Tomorrow – My White Bicycle – 1999 Digital Remaster

Sun Kil Moon- I Watched The Film The Song Remains The Same

Led Zeppelin – The Battle Of Evermore
Led Zeppelin – Four Sticks
Led Zeppelin – No Quarter

Mammut- Salt

Temples- Colours to Life

Beverly- Honey Do

Cibbo Matto- 10th Floor Ghost Girl
De Lux – Better At Making Time
Talking Heads – Artists Only

Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters- The Messiah is Falling

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