Morning Show Tuesday Playlist for July 01, 2014

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ArtistTrackAlbum/CD
Herman's Hermits I'm Into Something Good The Best Of
John Gorka Good Jack's Crows
Patty Larkin Good Thing Angels Running
The Steel Wheels Halfway To Heaven Lay Down Lay Low
Joan Osborne I've got to use my imagination Pretty Little Stranger
Chris Isaak Solitary man San Francisco Days
Tom Russell Outbound plane Poor man's dream
Gram Parsons I can't dance Grievous Angel
little eva Loco-Motion The Loco-Motion
Lord Huron She Lit a Fire Lonesome Dreams
John Hiatt Marlene Terms Of My Surrender
Carrie Rodriguez Big Love Love and Circumstance
Teddy Thompson Tonight will be fine Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
Wilco Hesitating beauty Mermaid Avenue
Playing For Change 3 A better place Songs Around The World
Kris Delmhorst Everything Is Music Strange Conversation
Jason Isbell Traveling Alone Southeastern
the Shirelles Will you still love me tomorrow Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Aretha Franklin (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman 30 Greatest Hits
Robby Hecht Feeling it now Robby Hecht
The Valentinos It's all over now single
Brett Dennen Darlin' Do Not Fear So Much More
The Drifters Up On The Roof The Drifters Greatest Hits
John Moreland Gospel In The Throes
the Chiffons One fine day One Fine Day
Laura Nyro Stoned Soul Picnic Eli And The Thirteenth Confession
Spirit Family Reunion Carry me 2014 Great Hudson River Revival
Holly Near I am willing Cris & Holly
John Fullbright Moving From the Ground Up
Brother Joscephus & the Love Revolution Bury me in New Orleans Brother Joscephus & the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra
Rufus Wainwright Beauty mark 2014 Great Hudson River Revival
Lake Street Dive What About Me bad self portraits
Martin Sexton Diner 2014 Great Hudson River Revival
Richard Thompson Wall of death 2014 Great Hudson River Revival
Sweet Honey in the Rock I remember, I believe Sacred Ground
Josh Ritter Snow is gone 2014 Great Hudson River Revival
Pete Seeger Well may the world go Online