Woot! Three months in a row! I think it’s fair to say I’ve gotten my groove back with the ninebullets podcast.
This month’s show features the Ninebullets Radio/Ninebullets Podcast theme song written and performed by my buddy through music, Todd Ferrell. I’d love to know what y’all think of it. I think it has a solid Nashville Pussy feel to it and love it accordingly. The show also features the brand new Lucero track called "Sometimes" as well as new music from The Porter Draw, Greenland Is Melting and Dear Sister. The end of the show pretty much turns into a rock fest. Not sure why but the night I made it I really wanted to rock out and finally gave into the need as the night wore on and the liquor took hold.
So, let’s get to it. As always, if you like what you’re hearing on these podcasts, tell your friends about it. Post about it on your Facebook wall. Tweet about it. These bands are all pretty small so every new ear their music finds counts, and you can directly assist them in that effort by telling people about this podcast and others like it.
Let’s get a little bit of unity back in our Community.
01. Ninebullets Intro
02. Lucero - Sometimes (from Women and Work)
03. Lauderdale - Moving On (from Moving On)
04. Arliss Nancy - Abacus (from Truckstop Roses)
05. The Porter Draw - Davey (from California Widow)
06. Sinful Savage Tigers - Ballad Of John Grave (from Last Night of the Revels)
07. Greenland Is Melting - The Dead Are Watching (from Where We Go)
08. Dear Sister - Con Man (from Dear Sister)
09. Sassparilla - My First Lover (from The Darndest Thing)
10. Pokey Lafarge and The south City Three - Drinking Whiskey Tonight (from Middle of Everywhere)
11. John Moreland and The Dust Bowl Souls - Low (from Everything The Hard Way)
12. Moreland & Arbuckle - Purgatory (from Just A Dream)
13. Clutch - The Mob Goes Wild (from Blast Tyrant)
14. Two Cow Garage - My Great Gatsby (from Sweet Saint Me)
15. Corrosion Of Conformity - Who's Got The Fire (from America's Volume Dealer)
16. Murder City Devils - Every Shitty Thing (from Broken Bottles, Empty Hearts)