June 24, 2006

Can’t sleep when the bedsheet fights


Here are some live Whiskeytown tracks (Ryan Adams’ superb alt-country combo, prior to goin’ it solo) from NPR’s World Cafe in Philadelphia from 1997. I’ve also got some extra bonus tracks that I had to add. You’ll be glad I did — soundtrack for a warm summer evening.

August 1997
16 Days (I love this song)
Somebody Remembers The Rose
Too Drunk To Dream
Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight (just noticed it’s incomplete, so a bonus one below from 1999)
Dreams (Fleetwood Mac cover)

April 1998
Sittin’ Around
Houses On The Hill

August 1999
Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight

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2 Comments »

  • Thanks for the live Whiskeytown – I’ve got a ton of live Ryan solo but hardly any live Whiskeytown so this was such a bonus!

    Anonymous — June 26, 2006 @ 9:01 pm

  • Good stuff. Some of this is new to me!

    Thanks H

    Ryan of the RSL blog — June 29, 2006 @ 4:35 am

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