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Roadies Episode 10 – Song List

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Eddie Vedder as himself in Roadies (season 1, episode 10). - Photo: Neal Preston/SHOWTIME - Photo ID: Roadies_110_6148

Photo: Neal Preston/SHOWTIME

Episode 10 – The Load Out:

  • “Ring Them Bells” – Bob Dylan
  • “Advice on Bears” – Boats
  • “Trailer”– Mudcrutch
  • “Man of the Hour” – Eddie Vedder
  • “Sayonara Judge” – Robyn Hitchcock
  • “Abandoned Love” – Bob Dylan
  • “He Was a Friend of Mine” – Jim James
  • “Mohammed’s Radio” – Jackson Browne ft. Greg Liesz & Luke Wilson
  • “Church” – Gary Clark Jr.
  • “A Little Crazy” – Nicole Atkins
  • “Willin'” – Jackson Browne & Lucius ft. Greg Leisz
  • “The Load-Out” – Jackson Browne (Song of the Day)
  • “Better Man” – Leon Bridges
  • “I’ll Be Good to You” – The Brothers Johnson
  • “Find a Way” – Austin Basham
  • “Ballad of Mad Dogs and Englishmen” – Leon Russell
  • “Once I Was? – Tim Buckley
  • “Take It Slow”- Rogue Wave
  • “All We Ever Knew” – Jon Russell (The Head and the Heart)

 

 

 

 

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Aug 29, 2016

Roadies Episode 9 – Song List

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Episode 9 – The Corporate Gig:

  • “Reach Us” – Derek Poulsen
  • “Vacation” – Florist
  • “Absolute Loser” – Fruit Bats
  • “Little Cloud” – Desert Stars
  • “Half a Native” – Buxton
  • “Hurt Me” – Låpsley
  • “Talking to You (Is Like Talking To Myself)” – Daryl Hall
  • “Lost in the Zoo” – Goddamn Electric Bill
  • “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” – Phantogram (Song of the Day)
  • “Stella” – Here We Go Magic
  • “Make Ya Feel Good” – Craig Paul Hardy & Theo Chinara
  • “On Fleek” (Full Mix) – Warner/Chappell Productions
  • “Lost Verses” – Sun Kil Moon
  • “Ready for Yr Closeup” – Là-Bas
  • “Soup For One” – Chic
  • “Always Be” – TVÅ
  • “Let’s Go Forward” – Sananda Maitreya
  • “Look at Miss Ohio” (Gillian Welch Cover) – Peter Cambor & Jen Tullock
  • “Advanced Falconry” – Mutual Benefit
  • “Cergy-Pontoise” – The Magnetic North
  • “Willin'” – Jackson Browne and Lucius
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Aug 22, 2016

Roadies Episode 7 – Song List

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Photo: Neal Preston/SHOWTIME

Episode 7 – Carpet Season:

  • “Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go to the Party” – Courtney Barnett
  • “World Spins Madly On” – The Weepies
  • “Lost Verses” (Acoustic) – Sun Kil Moon
  • “Always Something” – Cage the Elephant
  • “Advice on Bears” – Boats
  • “Cary On, Carry On, Carry On” – He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister
  • “Pedestrian at Best” – Courtney Barnett
  • “Hold Me Down” – Halsey (with Machine Gun Kelly)
  • “I Am Not Waiting Anymore” – Field Report
  • “Banditos Eternos” – Derek Poulsen
  • “Blue Mountain” – Derek Poulsen
  • “Ghost” – Halsey (Song of the Day)
  • “Hollow Head/Hollow Heart” – Austin Basham
  • “Outside the Lines” – Mike McCready
  • “The 4:19” – Lewis & Leigh
  • “Lawless Avenue” – Jackson Browne
  • “Feeling OK” – Best Coast
  • “Guilt” – Young Buffalo
  • “Hollow Crown” – Isaac Gracie
  • “Alone” – Trampled by Turtles
  • “Heaven is a Place On Earth” – Cast of Roadies
  • “Make You Mine” – Black Lips

 

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Aug 8, 2016

Rolling Stone 10th Anniversary: Top 10 Albums of Their First Decade

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To celebrate Rolling Stone‘s 10th Anniversary (way back in 1977!), each of their writers shared their Top 10 Albums of the magazine’s first decade. Here is Cameron’s list (he went with 8 albums and 2 singles), in no particular order. Happy Friday All…

Rolling Stone 10th Anniversary: Top 10 Albums of the Last 10 Years (1967-1977)

Katy Lied – Steely Dan

Anonymous, abosolutely impeccable swing-pop. No cheap displays of human emotion.

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Todd Rundgren – Something Anything

Something/Anything? – Todd Rundgren

Gloriously cheap displays of human emotion. Heart-wrenching teen classics.

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For the Roses – Joni Mitchell

In which Joni Mitchell so far outstrips anything else to emerge from the singer/songwriter boom that half the field promptly drops out.

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Physical Graffiti – Led Zeppelin

Harder than Exile on Main Street and three times as convincing.

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At the Fillmore East – The Allman Brothers Band

The tragic and ultimately garish aftermath of the Allman Brothers Band began immediately after the release of this magnificent live album. Now their memory is all but obscured; no one even yells out “Whipping Post” at concerts anymore. Their spooky pinnacle remains.

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Jackson Browne – Jackson Brown

Taken as a whole, this album is a southern California Catcher in the Rye. Jackson will doubtlessly continue to make more finely crafted records, but nothing as wide-eyed and endearing as his first.

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Spinner – The Spinners

Thom Bell, ladies and gentlemen. Thom Bell!

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White Album – The Beatles

In the words of semiprofessional session guitarist Danny Kortchmar, “You still can’t buy a better record.”

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“Take It Easy” – The Eagles

Those first two chords mean instant top-down summer . . . anywhere, any time. Not, however, worth the trip to Winslow, Arizona.

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“Ohio” – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

If punk is any indication of the alternative, I’ll stick with the Sixties wimps.

Courtesy of Rolling Stone #254 – Cameron Crowe – December 15, 1977

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Oct 23, 2015

Jackson Browne: Happy Birthday

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Jackson Browne turns 65 today and we thought we’d look back at some of his collaborations with Cameron. First up is the LA. Times interview from early 1974, followed by the more in-depth Rolling Stone cover story from May, 1974.  Lastly, there’s the Running on Empty liner notes from the remastered version that was released in November, 2005. Enjoy!

 

 

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Oct 9, 2013

Eyes and Ears

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"Eyes" - Joel Bernstein - 1971

You might remember the Eyes and Ears sections of the old cameroncrowe.com site (for film and music, respectively). There’s a story behind those names and Cameron discusses them in the liner notes for Jackson Browne’s 1977 masterpiece, Running on Empty. The 205th piece in the Journalism section focuses on photographer and longtime friend Joel Bernstein. In addition to his amazing photography, Joel is best known these days as Neil Young’s official archivist. Check it out!

Jackson Browne photo by Joel Bernstein

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Dec 9, 2011

Jackson Browne: “Most People Publish Their Mistakes”.

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Jackson Browne and Cameron Crowe go way back. Some might think that “Somebody’s Baby” from the Fast Times soundtrack is where their relationship began. In reality, it goes back much further. Here’s an early 1974 interview that Cameron conducted at Jackson’s home for the L.A. Times between the release of Browne’s For Everyman and Late for the Sky albums. The normally press shy Browne talks about his early days in Orange County, setbacks, fame and that his best vocal performances are yet to come. I hope you like reading it as much as I liked transcribing it!

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May 30, 2011

The Eagles – Flying High, Fueled by Tequila

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Here’s a very rare early piece that Cameron did with the Eagles for Zoo World magazine. This July, 1973 interview is just with singer/songwriter/guitarist Glenn Frey and focuses on the recent success of the band. Topics include their latest album Desperado, touring, working with Jackson Browne and J.D. Souther. Enjoy!

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Mar 21, 2011

David Crosby: Remember My Name Coming Soon!


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