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Dan-o's Delights - Episode 163

Alright youse mugs, this is the most personal Dan-o’s Delights I have ever done, Episode 163 is up now on https://danneer.net. It is super long and chock full of explanations as to why it has taken me months to finish. Three fourplays of tremendous new music from the likes of Dion, The Mavericks, Kula Shaker, Noel Gallagher and John Squire, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, Brigitt Calls Me Baby, Mark Knopfler, Brittany Howard, Manchester Orchestra, Sheryl Crow, the Avett Brothers, Little Feat, and Cage the Elephant, JUST TO NAME A FEW. There is a set for Memorial Day, for the 4th of July, a “guess what I’m thinking set” featuring artists like Emmylou Harris, Run Katie Run, Paul Simon, Springsteen & the E-Street Band, Johnny Cash, Boz Scaggs, Ian Hunter and Frank Sinatra. It is done with love and apologies. If you like it, please pass it on to fellow music lovers.

Episode 160

Alright youse mugs in the audience, Dan-o's Delights - Episode 160 arrives just in time for a day of turkey, stuffing, mac and cheese, stringbeans, apple pie and ice cream, but must importantly, GRATITUDE.

 

We set the wayback machine for 1976 and revisit the Band's "The Last Waltz" though the words of the late Robbie Robertson, with guests quotes from Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan. The we set the wayback machine for more recently to revisit the box set of Tom Petty's Wildflowers and All the Rest through Tom's words and those of Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench.

 

The new music that fills your plate a couple of times comes from the likes of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, LP, Lydia Loveless, Allison Russell, Lucinda Williams, Janelle Monae, The Revivalists and Manchester Orchestra JUST TO NAME A FEW.


There's also some music about Father/Son relationships and, because I've heard your complaints, we play Alice's Restaurant Massacre.  Feast your ears and feel free to help yourself to seconds and thirds.

I hope you like it.

Thanks for your support. If you like what you hear, please pass it on to fellow music lovers.

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