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Dirty Jeans and Mudslide HymnsDirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns available on iTunes

John Hiatt Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns

Veteran singer/songwriter John Hiatt has a new album out called Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns. And like your favorite jeans, there's something comfortable about Hiatt. But, Jim adds, there's also great depth and poignancy. Just look at the variety of artists who choose to cover Hiatt. He says Buy It. Greg describes Hiatt as amazingly consistent over the years. You can count on a handful of Americana classics sung with a wolfish drawl. But Dirty Jeans is neither great nor terrible. He wishes Hiatt had pushed it further and would recommend you Burn It.

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Go to episode 299
Ride OutRide Out available on iTunes

Bob Seger Ride Out

When you hear the name Bob Seger, it's fair to picture your kooky aunt dancing to“Night Moves”at the last family BBQ. But, Jim and Greg say there's more to this Detroit rocker. Now with his 17th album, this elder statesmen is having a real impact in terms of influencing sounds for his neighbors to the south in Nashville. Think Zak Brown and Travis Tritt. So, what do we hear on Ride Out? In addition to some noteworthy covers of songs by Steve Earle, Woody Guthrie and John Hiatt, he really lets his personality shine through on his own material. But, while this artist deserves the respect of you youngins, this isn't a must-own according to Jim and Greg. They say Try It.

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Go to episode 464
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Songs About Dad

Rock and roll is filled with father figures–some dear dads and some deadbeat dads. But the male parent doesn't get nearly as much song time as Mom. So in honor of Father's Day, Jim and Greg decide to give the fathers some. Here are their favorite Songs About Dad.

Go to episode 289