"Swing in A" is an original jumpin' Blues number that the band likes to start the shows off with to get things warmed up.
"Too Tired" is another jumping' Swing tune written and recorded by Johnny 'Guitar' Watson.
"Guitar Man" gives you a taste of Rockabilly with a little story about trying to find a gig as a guitar slinger. It was written and recorded by Country picker Jerry Reed and also performed by Elvis Presley on his '68 Comeback Special show.
"Who Stole the Hot Sauce" was recorded by Chubby Carrier originally with that Zydeco sound but the band gives it a little bit of a Texas flavor. By the way, I prefer Tapatio.
"Come On" was a song that Earl King sang about his baby, but the band replaced "baby" with "Jesus" and hopped it up like the Jimi Hendrix version. Scripture reference: Ps. 16:11 "….In His presence is fullness of joy, and at His right hand are pleasures forevermore."
"Okie Dokie Stomp" is another rumpus Blues/Swing number that brings the house down. Written and recorded by the great Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown.
"Europa" is a song made famous by Carlos Santana. It has that smooth Jazz sound with a heavily distorted but sweet guitar tone. Great vehicle for launching into a blazing guitar solo.
"Ghost Riders in the Sky" - Think surf guitar with Johnny Cash vocals. Recorded by many greats.
"Mama's Cookin'" is a funky, riff driven instrumental with lots of room for improvising. The band's unscripted solo section makes you think they were able to read each others minds. Written by Hot Rod.
"Goin' Down No More" is a funky/Blues number that celebrates a life of salvation and rescue from the penalty of sin. Won't you meet me on the next train? By the way, if you hear an off note or two, that's probably when the guitarist was standing on his head. Written by Hot Rod.
Technical info: The show was recorded on a MacBook Pro laptop using Logic Express recording software. Four mic's were used on the drums, one on the guitar amp, a D.I. from the bass and two vocal mic's. These were all ran into M-Audio's Ultra 8r eight channel interface. Mixed at home and mastered by Alan Dicato at Ground Level Sound. Sounds too simple to be any good but the results are amazing.