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Heads, Hands and Feet, Al Wilson the snake, Black Pumas, Nat King Cole L-O-V-E
Episode 54 5/20/24

After attending a fantastic concert put on by Billy Strings in Lexington, Kentucky I was inspired to do an entire show on progressive Bluegrass featuring music from it’s beginning to present day. Artists featured were Sierra Hull, Newgrass Revival, Béla Flack, Ganstagrass, Alison Krauss, Sam Bush, Carolina Chocolate Drops and of course Billy Strings!

Heads, Hands and Feet, Al Wilson the snake, Black Pumas, Nat King Cole L-O-V-E
Episode 53: 5/13/24

Episode 53 was just music for music’s sake. No particular special features but we did look at Sturgill Simpson’s pandemic released Cuttin Grass albums that feature bluegrass versions of his earlier work in several different genres and compared and contrasted his vocal stylings between two different versions of the same song. Also featured were Bobbi Gentry, The Coasters, The Vaughn Brothers, Citizen King, Talking Heads and more!

These Shows Are Available to View the Playlist and Notes.


For licensing reasons shows can only be streamed within two weeks of the original air date but the playlists are still available with 30 second song previews.

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Episode 52: 5/6/24

Episode 52 was a Top 5 night! Tony Beard of Louisville, Kentucky submitted his Top 5 Albums He Can’t Stop Listening To, a list that featured Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pearl Jam, The Who and Pink Floyd. Also featured were new releases by Green Day and Elbow.

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Episode 51: 4/22/24

Episode 51 featured our first listener submitted Top 5 list! Listener Kevin Manker of Adams, Tennessee submitted his Top 5 Rodeo Songs featuring George Strait, Red Steagall, Jerry Jeff Walker, Cody Johnson and Casey Donahew. We broke down the rodeo song and what makes it special. Other artists featured were Jackie Venson, Stereophonics, G Love, Lyle Lovett, and Darrell Scott

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Episode 50: 4/15/24

The 50th episode of Can You Feel It was the very first show since I returned to the air to not have a cover set. No real reason, I just forgot. But the show did feature brand new music from Mother Mother and Khruangbin. Other artists featured were Albert Lee, Dallas Wayne, Dada, David Gilmore, Little Richard, Deer Tick, The 1975, Darrell Scott and more!

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Episode 49 4/8/24

Sean Tisdale of Lexington, Kentucky’s Top 5 Songs That Can Make A Grown Man Cry was the centerpiece of Episode 49. His list included songs by Led Zeppelin, George Harrison, The Rolling Stones and two from Lynyrd Skynyrd. The cover set was versions of Fleetwood Mac songs. Other artists featured included Sonny Landreth, Muse, a brand new track from The Black Crowes and more!

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Episode 48: 4/1/24

In Episode 48 we looked at the difference between a version and a cover through the lens of the originals for three different songs which were really big hits and that most people did not know were, in reality, covers. The originals were from Linda Lyndell, Sam & Dave and Ednaswap. We heard a set of “cryin’-in-my-beer” country songs, as well as hearing cuts from The Damnwells, Gabi Hartman, The Diablo Swing Orchestra and more!

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Episode 47: 3/25/24

Episode 47 featured a couple of brand new releases, songs from seven different decades, four different countries and 10 different states and the cover set featured covers of REM songs. Artists included Hem, The Refreshments, The Chi-Lites, Both Girls, Old 97s, Annie Lennox, Mall Girl, Elbow, U2 and more.

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Episode 46: 3/18/24

A new recurring segment of The Can You Feel It Radio Show, The Top 5 list, made its debut in episode 19 and I decided to re-air the show again this week. I had submitted the first Top 5 list just to get the ball rolling but and all top-five lists since have been submitted by listeners. To date I’ve received 24 Top 5s! My Top 5 list was, “Top 5 Songs That Appear Together On An Album And Must Always Be Played Together”. It featured pairs of songs by ZZ Top, Reckless Kelly, Train, Dire Straits and BR5-49.

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Episode 45: 3/11/24

The 45th episode of Can You Feel It featured a cover set of hip-hop songs that took samples from rather unlikely sources. We heard a set of guilty pleasures songs and talked about whether or not there is such a thing as a guilty pleasure. Other artists featured were Radiohead, The Chicks, The Wrights, Meghan Trainor and Joe Walsh and about 10 or so more.

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Episode 44: 3/4/24

It was another Top 5 night on Episode 44. Henry Hegemann of Lexington, KY submitted his Top 5 Long Songs that close out albums. His 5 artists were Stone Temple Pilots, Metallica, Led Zepplin, Greta Van Fleet and The Who. And just for fun the whole show, while not all long songs, were all the last song on the album. Other artists featured were John Prine, Nirvana, Jann Arden, Public Enemy, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers & The Beatles

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Episode 43 2/27/24

The Beatles opened and closed episode 43. We heard a great collaboration between Todd Rundgren and Rivers Cuomo of Weezer which led into the cover set for the night which were all covers performed by Weezer. We even had a bit of grunge with the Screaming Trees. Other artist featured were The Brothers Johnson, The Black Keys, Todd Snider, Blackalicious, Lianne La Havas just to name a few.

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Episode 42 2/20/24

Episode 42 featured, of all things, a set of four songs that highlighted yodeling in each one. Rodney Crowell’s new album was featured and the theme of the cover set was songs that had been written by one person has an instrumental and we’re covered by someone else who added lyrics. Other artists featured were James McMurtry, Jake Scott, John Hiatt, De La Soul, Arctic Monkeys and David Bowie made his first appearance on the show.

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Episode 41: 2/5/24

My initial idea for the 41st episode was too work all five versions of the Tom Waits song “Way Down In The Hole” that had served as the theme song for all five seasons of the HBO crime drama The Wire into the show and it evolved into a tribute to the songs of Tom Waits and it became an entire show of covers of his songs performed by over 20 artists that included Rosanne Cash, The Ramones, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins and three foreign language covers.

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