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Geezerville’s Best of 2014 Volume 2

By Jim Caligiuri, January 7, 2015, 1:45pm, Earache!

Here’s my semi-annual mix of fave songs from the past 12 months. It starts off kind of freaky, but ends up in roots-rock heaven. True to this column’s name, there’s a few musical veterans included: Dale Watson, Jim Lauderdale, Marty Stuart, and Marcia Ball, but Jason Eady, Sunny Sweeney, the Mastersons, Kat Edmonson, and Israel Nash will be new names to some.

It’s some 75 minutes and you can download it here.

For a complete look at 2014, check out my first mix from July, with St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Erin Ivey, Johnny Cash, and Phil & Dave Alvin. That’s also available for download.

In 2015, keep an ear open for new music from James McMurtry, Robert Earl Keen, JD McPherson, Steve Earle, Gurf Morlix, Asleep at the Wheel, Allison Moorer, and Jorma Kaukonen. As always, thanks for reading. Happy New Year.

Geezerville’s Best of 2014 V.2 (artist, song, album)

1) Stephen Doster, “Second Story Balcony,” Arizona

2) Kat Edmonson, “Rainy Day Woman,” The Big Picture

3) Golden Dawn Arkestra, “Dimensions,” EP

4) Delta Spirit, “Hold My End Up,” Into the Wide

5) Israel Nash, “Just Like Water,” Rain Plans

6) Chuck Prophet, “Laughing on the Inside,” Night Surfer

7) The Mastersons, “Good Luck Charm,” Good Luck Charm

8) Ian McLagan & the Bump Band, “I’m Your Baby Now,” United States

9) Richard Thompson, “When the Spell is Broken,” Acoustic Classics

10) Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn, “Little Birdie,” Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn

11) Adam Carroll, “Wrote It for You,” Let It Choose You

12) Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, “I’m Blue I’m Lonesome,” Saturday Night/Sunday Morning

13) Dale Watson, “It’s Been a Long Truckin’ Day,” The Truckin’ Sessions Trilogy

14) Billy Joe Shaver, “The Git Go,” Long in the Tooth

15) Marcia Ball, “Can’t Blame Nobody But Myself,” The Tattooed Lady & the Alligator Man

16) Jim Lauderdale, “Let’s Have a Good Thing Together,” I’m A Song

17) Doug Seegers, “Hard Working Man,” Going Down to the River

18) Laura Cantrell, “When It Comes to You,” No Way There from Here

19) Jason Eady, “The Other Side of Abilene,” Daylight & Dark

20) Sunny Sweeney, “Everybody Else Can Kiss My Ass,” Provoked

21) The Both, “You Can't Help Me Now,” The Both

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The Austin Chronicle

https://www.austinchronicle.com/daily/music/2015-01-07/geezervilles-best-of-2014-volume-2/

Geezerville’s Best of 2014 Volume 2

By Jim Caligiuri, January 7, 2015, 1:45pm, Earache!

Here’s my semi-annual mix of fave songs from the past 12 months. It starts off kind of freaky, but ends up in roots-rock heaven. True to this column’s name, there’s a few musical veterans included: Dale Watson, Jim Lauderdale, Marty Stuart, and Marcia Ball, but Jason Eady, Sunny Sweeney, the Mastersons, Kat Edmonson, and Israel Nash will be new names to some.

It’s some 75 minutes and you can download it here.

For a complete look at 2014, check out my first mix from July, with St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Erin Ivey, Johnny Cash, and Phil & Dave Alvin. That’s also available for download.

In 2015, keep an ear open for new music from James McMurtry, Robert Earl Keen, JD McPherson, Steve Earle, Gurf Morlix, Asleep at the Wheel, Allison Moorer, and Jorma Kaukonen. As always, thanks for reading. Happy New Year.

Geezerville’s Best of 2014 V.2 (artist, song, album)

1) Stephen Doster, “Second Story Balcony,” Arizona

2) Kat Edmonson, “Rainy Day Woman,” The Big Picture

3) Golden Dawn Arkestra, “Dimensions,” EP

4) Delta Spirit, “Hold My End Up,” Into the Wide

5) Israel Nash, “Just Like Water,” Rain Plans

6) Chuck Prophet, “Laughing on the Inside,” Night Surfer

7) The Mastersons, “Good Luck Charm,” Good Luck Charm

8) Ian McLagan & the Bump Band, “I’m Your Baby Now,” United States

9) Richard Thompson, “When the Spell is Broken,” Acoustic Classics

10) Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn, “Little Birdie,” Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn

11) Adam Carroll, “Wrote It for You,” Let It Choose You

12) Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, “I’m Blue I’m Lonesome,” Saturday Night/Sunday Morning

13) Dale Watson, “It’s Been a Long Truckin’ Day,” The Truckin’ Sessions Trilogy

14) Billy Joe Shaver, “The Git Go,” Long in the Tooth

15) Marcia Ball, “Can’t Blame Nobody But Myself,” The Tattooed Lady & the Alligator Man

16) Jim Lauderdale, “Let’s Have a Good Thing Together,” I’m A Song

17) Doug Seegers, “Hard Working Man,” Going Down to the River

18) Laura Cantrell, “When It Comes to You,” No Way There from Here

19) Jason Eady, “The Other Side of Abilene,” Daylight & Dark

20) Sunny Sweeney, “Everybody Else Can Kiss My Ass,” Provoked

21) The Both, “You Can't Help Me Now,” The Both

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