A show about all the things that I am thankful for this year.
Eliza Gilkyson – LIGHTS OF SANTA FE – Eliza Gilkyson is an Austin, Texas-based folk musician. She first recorded as a vocalist on demos and soundtracks produced by her father, who wrote several hits in the 1950s and early 1960s and is also known as a singer-composer for 1960s Disney films. She released Eliza '69, her first album, in 1969 while raising a family in Santa Fe, New Mexico Taken from her album “Through the Looking Glass”, 1992.
Warren Zevon– EL AMOR DE MI VIDA – Taken from his CD “The Wind”, the last studio album he released in 2003. Zevon began recording the album shortly after he was diagnosed with inoperable pleural mesothelioma (a cancer of the lining of the lung), and it was released just two weeks before his death on September 7, 2003.
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals – FRIENDS – Taken from the CD “Cold Roses”. Cold Roses is the sixth studio album by alt-country singer-songwriter Ryan Adams, released on May 3, 2005 on Lost Highway. The album is his first with backing band The Cardinals, and the first of three albums released in 2005.
UB 40 Featuring Chrisie Hynde – I GOT YOU BABE - "I Got You Babe" is a 1965 #1 single by American pop music duo Sonny & Cher. In 1985 UB40 covered it (with Chrissie Hynde) from the album Baggariddim, also appearing on The Pretenders' 1987 album The Singles.
Robert Knight – EVERLASTING LOVE - "Everlasting Love" is a song written by Buzz Cason and Mac Gayden, originally a 1967 hit for Robert Knight. Taken from the CD “Night Train To Nashville”, 2005.
John Fogerty – JOY OF MY LIFE (LIVE). Written by John Fogerty, and taken from the live CD “Premonition”, released in 1998.
Lindsey Buckingham – BIG LOVE (LIVE) - "Big Love" was written by Lindsey Buckingham, and was originally going to be part of his third solo album which he began working on in 1985, but the project became a Fleetwood Mac album instead. Since Buckingham left Fleetwood Mac in 1987, the band never performed "Big Love" live until his return in 1997. It was in 1993, on his first solo tour, that Buckingham performed a stripped down guitar-only version of the song. In 1997, he performed it in the same style on Fleetwood Mac's live album and video The Dance. It also appeared on the second volume of Cameron Crowe's Elizabethtown film soundtrack.
The Pretenders – KID (LIVE) – Pretenders II is the second studio album by British rock band the Pretenders. Rhino released a re-mastered edition of Pretenders II in 2006, including with it a second disc of live tracks and outtakes, including this live version of “Kid”, recorded at the Santa Monica Civic Center 1972.
John Hiatt – MY DOG AND ME – First released on his album: Beneath This Gruff Exterior, John Hiatt's seventeenth album, released in 2003. From the KGSR collection, Vol 11.
Mark Broussard – HOME – Carencro is the major label debut of Louisiana musician Marc Broussard. The album was released by Island Records on August 3, 2004. The album title pays tribute to the musician's hometown of Carencro, Louisiana. The album's first single was "Home".
Elvis Costello & The Attractions – SWEET DREAMS – "Sweet Dreams" or "Sweet Dreams (of You)" is a country ballad, which was written by Don Gibson. In Early 1963 Patsy Cline was recording songs for her next album, Faded Love, which was set for release in late March, 1963. In 1963, "Sweet Dreams" was released and became a big hit. This version was taken from Costello’s CD - Almost Blue. It was recorded May 1981 in Nashville, and released on 23 October 1981. The record's songs consist entirely of country covers, including works originally written by Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Gram Parsons.
Tom Petty – STORIES WE COULD TELL – Written by John Sebastian. Taken from Petty’s CD “Pack Up The Plantation: Live!”, the first live album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in November 1985.
Matt Kearney – ALL I HAVE - Mathew William "Mat" Kearney is an American musician born in Eugene, Oregon, now based in Nashville, Tennessee. Taken from his CD “For The Resilient Hearts”, 2009.