iVoryTowerz Radio: Built for Comfort

Inspired by requests, this week's podcast takes a funky, bluesy turn. Also, don't miss the debut of demo music from Temporarily Speaking, a new trio from Pennsylvania . Although the podcast has highlighted regional music in the past, this is the first time we get to break out a demo.

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“Erotic City” (single version) by George Clinton
"Theme from Shaft" by Isaac Hayes
“Angola Bound" by Aaron Neville
“Ain't Nothing Wrong with That” by Robert Randolph & the Family Band (by request)
Cover Me: “Fame” by The Infectious Grooves (by request)
"Red House" by Buddy Guy
"Built for Comfort" by Howlin' Wolf
"The Blues had a Baby" by Muddy Waters
"Funny How Time Slips Away" by Al Green & Lyle Lovett

“A Child's Claim to Fame” by Buffalo Springfield
“Interactive Bible Stories (For Children)” by Temporarily Speaking (demo)
“Get Over It” by The Eagles
"Disorder in the House" by Warren Zevon
"Nausea" by Beck
Jeff’s New Wave: “Up Against the Wall” by The Tom Robinson Band
Rick’s Metal Shoppe: “Dimension” by Wolfmother

(Mp3 Runs - 1:18:13; 72 MB

(Photo from sibaudio of Lansdale, PA via stock.xchng.)

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