21 Oct 2023

Nashville Babylon: 21 October 2023

From Nashville Babylon, 6:00 pm on 21 October 2023

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On this week's show Mark plays blues from Big Mama Thornton and Muddy Waters, classic country courtesy of George Jones and Gram Parsons plus a new release from rising star Jeffrey Martin.

Songs Played:

Artist: Floyd James and the GTs

Track: Green Onions

Composer: Jones / Cropper / Steinberg / Jackson

Album: Single

Label: Original Gravity


Artist:Alejandro Escovedo

Track: Castanets

Composer: Escovedo

Album: A Man Under The Influence

Label: Bloodshot


Artist: Bap Kennedy

Track: Long Time Coming

Composer: Bap Kennedy

Album: Domestic Blues

Label: Lonely Street


Artist: Steve Earle

Track: Johnny Come Lately

Composer: Earle

Album: Copperhead Road

Label: Uni


Artist: Junior Dell and the D-Lites

Track: Jump Around

Composer: Muggerud / Schrody

Album: Single

Label: Original Gravity


Artist: Memphis Minnie

Track: Killer Diller

Composer: Lawler

Album: Killer Diller Blues

Label: Wolf


Artist: George Jones

Track: The Race Is On

Composer: Rollins

Album: The Race Is On

Label: United Artists


Artist: Gram Parsons

Track: In My Hour Of Darkness

Composer: Parsons / Harris

Album: Grievous Angel

Label: Reprise


Artist: Willard Grant Conspiracy

Track: Soft Hand

Composer: Fisher

Album: Regard The End

Label: Loose


Artist: Jeffrey Martin

Track: Sculpture

Composer: Martin

Album: Thank God We Left The Garden

Label: Loose


Artist: The Louvin Brothers

Track: Satan's Jewelled Crown

Composer: Edens

Album: Satan Is Real

Label: Capitol


Artist: Muddy Waters

Track: Champagne and Reefer

Composer: Morganfield

Album: King Bee

Label: Blue Sky


Artist: Big Mama Thornton

Track: Ball and Chain

Album: Single

Composer: Thornton

Label: Arhoolie


Artist: The Noveltones

Track: Left Bank Two

Composer: Wayne Hill

Album: Single

Label: DeWolf Music

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