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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 Soundtrack Season 1 Details

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The final track listing for the Roadies Season 1 soundtrack is here! We think it represents a nice mix of the artists featured during the show and hope you’ll like all the unique (and unreleased) versions. It will be available on CD and via iTunes on August 26th from Republic/StarDog Records. 
1. I Wish I Was Sober (Roadies Remix) – Frightened Rabbit ft. Mike McCready
2. Are You Satisfied? (Live) – Reignwolf
3. Big Love (Live) – Lindsey Buckingham
4. The First Time – My Morning Jacket
5. Born Again Teen (Live) – Lucius
6. Longest Days (Live) – John Mellencamp
7. Feeling OK (Live) – Best Coast
8. Simple Man (Live) – Machine Gun Kelly and Peter Cambor
9. You Don’t Get Me High Anymore (Live) – Phantogram
10. All We Ever Knew (Live) – The Head And The Heart
11. They Are All In Love (Live) – Jim James
12. Sayonara Judge (Live) – Robyn Hitchcock
13. Willin’ (Live) – Jackson Browne & Lucius ft. Greg Leisz
14. A Little Crazy (Live) – Nicole Atkins
15. The Healing (Live) – Gary Clark Jr.
16. Man of the Hour (Live) – Eddie Vedder
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Aug 10, 2016

Roadies Episode 4 – Song List

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Episode 4 – The City Whose Name Must Not Be Spoken:

  • Lightspeed – Wolfgang Black (during the recap)
  • 16 Days – Whiskeytown
  • Gooch’s Wife (Score)- Jim James
  • Freaky Feedback Blues – Benji Hughes
  • Come On Get Higher (Live Session iTunes Exclusive) – Matt Nathanson
  • The “C” Word (Score) – Jim James
  • Born to Lose – Jesus Sons
  • Roadrunner – Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers
  • Victim of Life – Avett Brothers
  • Curse Instructions (Score) – Jim James
  • Boston – Augustana
  • She Lit a Fire – Lord Huron
  • (Let’s) Jack – Breach
  • If I Am a Stranger (Live in Porto Bonus Track) – Ryan Adams
  • Hot Bag (Score) – Jim James
  • Only Ghosts – Gregory Alan Isakov
  • Milo Finds Balloons (Score) – Jim James
  • 30 Bones – Fistful of Mercy
  • They Are All in Love – Jim James (and Cast)
  • They Are All in Love – The Who (Song of the Day)
  • Money – Leaf
  • Actors – Still Parade
  • The First Time – My Morning Jacket
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Jul 18, 2016

Summer Days and Summer Nights…

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Cameron was asked to provide a Spotify list for the latest issue of Gather Journal and he was happy to oblige.

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Jun 2, 2013

Elizabethtown Sneak Peek

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Jim James, lead singer of My Morning Jacket.

I was fortunate enough to attend a special event this past weekend in Seattle. Cameron unveiled 22 minutes of Elizabethtown footage at the Northwest Film Forum for the Coalition of Independent Music Stores (CIMS). Cameron was on hand to introduce the footage – he described the film as “a comedy about getting connected to your roots” that is “filled with music”. The footage included Drew’s (Orlando Bloom) memorable first encounter with Claire (Kirsten Dunst), his arrival into Elizabethtown, and a montage of other scenes set to music. I’m sure you want some of my impressions (without spoiling the plot), so here goes.

It was amazing to see these images on screen that I’ve been imagining for a few years now. Orlando is spot on and heartbreaking. As I predicted when she was first attached to the film, Kirsten WILL steal your heart. She is adorable and you can’t help but fall in love with her. I think Cameron has really captured the essence of this small town ( Drew sees signs in memory of his Dad in store front windows and everyone waves to him as he rolls into town ). As always, music plays a lead role in the film and Nancy’s score captures the scene beautifully. All of the music is not in place yet, but it looks to be intriguing as usual. I can’t wait see the final film.

Lastly, Cameron introduced Jim James, lead singer of My Morning Jacket, who entertained the small audience with a great acoustic set. It was my first experience hearing Jim’s music and I can see why it captivated Cameron. His music has a haunting quality and it sticks with you long after the final note. Jim even has a small role in the movie. Stay tuned for all the latest news on Elizabethtown


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May 2, 2005

David Crosby: Remember My Name-Out Now on DVD/Blu-ray & Digital!

  • Almost Famous- Paramount+
  • Aloha- Starz, DirecTV
  • David Crosby- Starz, DirecTV
  • E-Town- FUBO
  • Fast Times- TUBI
  • Jerry Maguire- Netflix
  • Say Anything...- FUBO,Paramount+,MGM+
  • Singles- Vudu
  • Vanilla Sky- Prime Video,Pluto TV
  • We Bought A Zoo- Disney+