Morning Show Tuesday Playlist for March 26, 2013

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ArtistTrackAlbum/CD
Peter Paul & Mary I Dig Rock N Roll Music Album 1700
Amy MacDonald Mr. Rock and Roll This Is The Life
Elvis Perkins In Dearland Stop Drop Rock And Roll The Doomsday EP
Son Volt Hearts and Minds Honky Tonk
The Pines Heart & Bones Tremolo
Ingrid Michaelson End of World Human Again
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Time to move on Wildflowers
Lucius Go home Lucius EP
Ryan Adams Hallelujah Demolition
Works Progress Administration Rise Up WPA
The Decemberists Sons and Daughters The Crane Wife
Josh Ritter Snow is gone Hello Starling
The Low Anthem Charlie Darwin Oh My God, Charlie Darwin
Rebekah Pulley & The Relucant Prophets Let it shine Songs of Southern Zen From Pen And Paper To The Electric Den
The Beatles I Saw Her Standing There Please Please Me
Paul Cebar & The Milwaukeeans I can't dance for you I can't dance for you
Leftover Salmon/Lucinda Williams Lines around your eyes The Nashville Sessions
Glen Hansard bird of sorrow Rhythm and Repose
Julie Miller By Way Of Sorrow Blue Pony
Paul Thorn Rise Up Mission Temple Fireworks Stand
Mavis Staples Creep along Moses You Are Not Alone
Robin & Linda Williams None but the rain Close As We Can Get
Phosphorescent Heaven, Sittin' Down Here's To Taking It Easy
The subdudes Any Cure The Subdudes
Lord Huron She Lit a Fire Lonesome Dreams
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Shinin' brightly Against the wind
Sam Pacetti Brian's Rapier Solitary Travel
Wayne Hancock ride ride
Mark Knopfler Cannibals Golden Heart
Brandi Carlile Have you ever The Story
Linda Thompson Dimming Of The Day Dreams Fly Away
Lyle Lovett Closing time Lyle Lovett
Joe Ely & Joel Guzman Wind's gonna blow you away Live Cactus!
JJ Grey & Mofro Tame a wild one This River
Evangeline She's a wild one French Quarter Moon
Randy Newman Birmingham good old boys
Brendan James Hero's song Body of War
Bruce Springsteen Chimes of freedom (live) Fahrenheit 9/11
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals Ain't no time this is somewhere