We have a most righteous random shuffle today:
First up, we have another excellent track from the fabulous The Imperial Rooster or as my friend Rex Silo likes to call them IrMoPoEsRtIeArL. This is another track from their must own album Decent People. The song is called The Vintage and it manages to sound melancholy and celebratory at the same time. As in, we're all damned to hell, so we might as well have fun. That's not exactly it, but it's close to that. Sandpapery silk vocals and deep dark backwoods instrumentation.
I couldn't find a video for The Vintage, so here's The Imperial Rooster covering The Decemberists.
Next we have Blind Willie McTell's original version of a song covered notably by The Allman Brothers Band. Stateboro Blues is classic Blues which features McTell's celebrated guitar style and his smooth tenor vocals.
And finally, we have a song from Featured Artist - Justin and The Salty Dogs who represent well on their song Streetwise.
Here's another fine song from Justin and the Salty Dogs