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IRA'S BLEND #45: MP3 SHUFFLE (PLAYLIST)



IRA’S BLEND #45: MP3 SHUFFLE
Broadcast 11-9-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Joni Mitchell – River
Bruce Springsteen – Blinded by the Light
James Gang – Funk #49
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Aretha Franklin – Respect
Traffic – 40,000 Headmen
Joni Mitchell – Let the Wind Carry Me
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James Taylor – Shed a Little Light
Jack Bruce – As You Said
Little Feat – Feats Don’t Fail Me Now
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Allman Brothers Band – Stormy Monday
Van Morrison – Moondance
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama
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Paul Thorn – Everybody Looks Good
James Taylor – River
James Gang - Asshtonpark
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Bob Dylan – A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall
Jefferson Airplane – Watch Her Ride
Little Feat – Oh, Atlanta
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Little Feat – Walkin’ All Night
Neil Young – Old Man
Allman Brothers Band – Hot ‘Lanta
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Jack Bruce – Rope Ladder to the Moon
Bruce Hornsby and The Range – Wild Frontier
Robin Trower – Confessin’ Midnight
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Jefferson Airplane – Young Girl Sunday Blues
Dave Matthews – What Would You Say
Led Zeppelin – Over the Hills and Far Away



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