Rural Ledge-ucation #91: More New Finds

If Friday's Live Ledge is a new finds show, then  you can pretty much predict the next Rural Ledge-ucation will be of the same sort. This week is no exception, as there's nothing but brand new tracks (outside of the opening Johnny Marr/Ron Wood collaboration on "How Soon Is Now").
The highlight of this week's show is the debut of two tracks from the new Son Volt album, Honky Tonk. Their seventh, and first since 2009, is a return of sorts to the more country-ish elements of their debut album, Trace. If you've ever been a fan of Jay Farrar, you should head to the record store this Tuesday to buy this.
Besides the Son Volt tracks, today's broadcast also included a cut from the new Emmylou Harris/Rodney Crowell album, Old Yellow Moon, along with new tunes by Eels, Roger Knox, New Amsterdams, and a trio of tracks from the Sons of Rogue's Gallery compilation.
You can find this show in iTunes, Stitcher, or The Ledge android/iPhone app. Or...


1. Johnny Marr & Ron Wood, How Soon Is Now  
2. Son Volt, Hearts And Minds
3. Son Volt, Down The Highway
4. Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Black Caffeine
5. The New Mendicants, This Time
6. Townes Van Zandt, Dead Flowers
7. U.K. Subs, Four Strong Winds
8. Roger Knox & The Pine Valley Cosmonauts, The Land Where the Crow Flies Backwards
9. Eels, Kinda Fuzzy
10. The New Amsterdams, Ex's & Oh's
11. Michael Stipe And Courtney Love W/ Jack Shit, Rio Grande
12. Shane McGowan W/ Johnny Depp & Gore Verbinsky, Leaving Liverpool
13. Robyn Hitchcock, Sam's Gone Away
14. David Bowie, Valentine's Day


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