Four old legendary rockers are back these days with their new projects. Neil Young once again got on his Crazy Horse and this time he covered eleven songs from the history of the American continent. Thus the title Americana. Howe Gelb expanded Giant Sand to Giant Giant Sand and a busload of musicians from two places on the planet (Denmark and the US), and made a new rock opera dedicated to his hometown Tucson. Ed Crawford (Fromohio) has a new band FOOD and a new EP Four Easy Pieces. Alejandro Escovedo is back with the new record called Big Station. Once again, the record is co-written with Chuck Prophet and it is produced by Tony Visconti, just like the other two previous records. The idea of this episode is to fill up an our by hearing some new tunes from Young, Gelb, Crawford and Escovedo and also recall their earlier careers as well.
Shocking Blue – Venus;
The Big Three – Banjo Song;
Neil Young – Oh Susannah;
Buffalo Springfield – Broken Arrow;
Neil Young – On The Beach;
Giant Sand – Tumble ‘n’ Tear;
Giant Giant Sand – We Don’t Play Tonight;
Giant Sandworms – Steadfest;
Ed Fromohio – Live in Pittsburgh;
FOOD – You Don’t Know;
fIREHOSE – Witness;
Buick Mackane – The End;
Alejandro Escovedo – Man of the World;
The Setters – She’s Got;
Mott The Hoople – I Wish I Was Your Mother.