Here are all the jams that nosajholt likes
Hey Ya! is a brilliant song. I'm not so keen on Razorlight, but they do a magnificent cover of this. I'm gong to miss you lot.
Jammed: 23rd Sep 2015
by Steely Dan
Jammed: 18th Sep 2015
by Colour Haze
#1 to #111, full circle. This was the first jam I posted so I thought I would end with it, a cool Duna Jam version too! So sad #TIMJ is so quickly coming an end. I hope to see all of you with such stellar taste in music somewhere else! You can find me at http://www.nusiki.com/#/users/17101 http://www.letsloop.com/mariaelenaw111 @mariaelenaw111 on Twitter
Jammed: 20th Sep 2015
by King King
Just the right balance between keys and guitar. Good, solid rhythm section, just keeping it down. Frontman's from Glasgow, Alan Nimmo. He can carry a tune, as they say...
Jammed: 22nd Sep 2015
by The Machine
I can't get enough of this song right now, serious heavy guitar jam. I am aiming for 111 jams which means one more after this one. I signed up on this one too! http://www.nusiki.com/#/users/17101
Jammed: 12th Sep 2015
by The Rolling Stones
a little vintage stones
Jammed: 15th Sep 2015
Have a great weekend all you jammers!!!
Jammed: 22nd May 2015
by The Black Crowes
More dog-walking related jams. Ozzy and I were out for a walk late Saturday night. About 28c or so, a slight breeze, but no cats or other furrry friends to report of. Perfect weather for a bit of stroll and some jams. Then the album version of this came on as we were walking and I remembered just how great The Black Crowes were as a studio band, but some of their live stuff is just simply superb. They really know how to Jam! Check out both Rich and Chris Robinson's solo albums (CR's first album is really good but after that a bit same-same), the drummer Steve Gorman started 'Trigger Hippy' who released a great album last year, as did ex-BC guitarist Marc Ford.
Jammed: 31st Aug 2015
by Raymond Meade (Ft. Justin Currie)
More memiors...since we're getting near the end of TIMJ. I've been lucky enough to have my own weekly spot on a national radio station here in Seoul for almost 2 years. Every Wednesday from 5-6pm on 'Cut Me Some Slack' I play 5 songs from different artists. As time has moved on, to keep things fresh and engaging for me (and hopefully the listener) the show is tied to a theme I put together. Of course, we've had the bass player episode, bands from the Pacific North West, the science episode, the Jangly Guitar episode (where I can't say Rickenbacker...for a whole hour), and many more. Anyway, it's been great fun and I always try to make it an entertaining, informative, fun hour of tunes and chat. This week's the Glasgow Episode and I'll feature this track I heard earlier this year. Justin Currie does a great job on the vocals, a nice wee guitar solo, and the Cairn String Quartet adding the finishing touches to the song. Bravo!
Jammed: 24th Aug 2015
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