It’s modern psychedelic music on your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, April 22, 2018:

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Last week we took a psychedelic trip back to the day. This week’s fellow travelers are often still with us.

Your psychedelic #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, April 15, 2018:

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I took a March Break trip (he he) to San Francisco and was inspired by the spirit of non-conformity. So here’s some old psychedelic music that’s not from there. Peace.

Be sure to tune back in next Sunday for some modern psychedlia …. This ain’t gonna be your grandpappy’s playlist!…

Je me souviens souvenirs: Your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, March 25, 2018:

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I was doing some spring cleaning this week and tossed out more than a few tired, old souvenirs. Unlike these songs, which you’ll cherish and keep forever.

It’s songs written by Jerry Lynn Williams on your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, March 18, 2018:

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Jerry Lynn Williams was an ornery Texan with a utopian bent and a knack for writing sentimental pop blues. I heard @ColinJamesMusic sing his praises this week and thought, hmm, who dat? Here’s a little appreciation:
* She Could Dance All Night is from Williams’ sole album, The Peacemaker, with Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan on guitars.
 * Giving It Up For Your Love was a pop hit for Delbert McClinton
* Tick Tock was mostly written by Jimmie & Stevie Ray Vaughan. They got stuck and called on Williams to save it.
* Standing On The Edge Of Love is better known by B.B. King

I’ve been working on a dream playlist of Springsteen covers. Wanna hear it?

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Your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, March 11 , 2018:

Your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, Feb 25 , 2018 features some big, big names but one of them’s a secret.


Gotta open with a curling song this week, #amiright? It was also a good week for music: I finally got to see Josh Ritter, THE Mark Erelli played with him, and another guy who wears his heart on his sleeve, Leeroy Stagger, opened.
After that, how’s about a 10-song American-Canadian who dat? Whoever it is plays on them all and I’ll wait til below to tell you in case you want to guess.
Who dat answer: Amos Garrett played session guitar and trombone for, like, everybody. It’s his guitar on these tracks by Anne Murray, Emmylou Harris, Kate & Anna McGarrigle, Maria Muldaur (the famous solo), Paul Butterfield’s Better Days and Rodney Crowell, and his trombone with Bonnie Raitt and Jerry Garcia. He was also lead guitarist in Ian & Sylvia’s Great Speckled Bird and co-wrote one song, this one, with Ian.

Your #TinPodShuffle for Sunday, Feb 4 , 2018:

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Let’s get back to it, shall we? Here’s an hour’s worth of pretty darn good tunes you can play during your Sunday afternoon putters. Enjoy. I’m off to putter.

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