On My Deathbed May/June Contest

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On My Deathbed May/June Contest

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At the 2009 CMA Fan Fair Washburn artist Rodney Atkins signed our Washburn D-64 giveaway guitar. Stay tuned to see who wins!

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  1. Patty Griffin – Living With Ghosts
    Lucinda Williams – Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
    Neko Case – Furnace Room Lullaby
    Gillian Welch – Time (The Revelator)
    PJ Harvey – Four Track Demos
    The Beatles – Abbey Road
    Sheryl Crow – Sheryl Crow
    Cat Power – What Would the Community Think
    Howlin Wolf – Howlin Wolf
    Dinah Washington – Dinah Jams

  2. Big Star – Radio city #1
    Faces – A Nod is as Good as a Wink to a Blind Horse
    Tim Rogers -Dirty Ron and Ghost Songs
    Dave Alvin – Blackjack David
    Mc5 – High Times
    Lucinda Williams – World Without Tears
    The Rolling Stones – Exile On Main Street
    Alejandro Escovedo – Bourbonitis Blues
    Paul Kelly- Songs Of Summer
    Steve Earle – El Corazon

  3. The Beatles: Revolver
    The Beatles: Rubber Soul
    Steve Earle – El Corazon
    Neko Case: Black Listed
    Bob Dylan: Bob Dylan(1st Album)
    Bob Dylan: Nashville Skyline
    U2: Unforgettable Fire
    Ray Lamontagne: Trouble
    John Lennon: The Plastic Ono Band
    Willie Nelson: Red Haired Stranger

  4. “Did 7” – Mike McClure Band
    “12 Pieces” – Mike McClure
    “Ridin’ High” – Jerry Jeff Walker
    “Exile on Main Street” – The Rolling Stones
    “Comal County Blue” – Jason Boland & The Stragglers
    “Rock Crown” – Seven Mary Three
    “You Don’t Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker – Willie Nelson
    “See What You Want to See” Radney Foster
    “Texas Cookin” – Guy Clark
    “More Where That Came From” – Lee Ann Womack

  5. “Highwayman” – The Highwaymen
    “Decade” – Neil Young
    “Highway 61 Revisited” Bob Dylan
    “Their Royal Satanic Majesties Request” – The Rolling Stones
    “Cheap Thrills” – Big Brother & the Holding Co w Janis Joplin
    “American Beauty” The Grateful Dead
    “Stardust” – Willie Nelson
    “Oh Brother Where Art Thou” Compilation Soundtrack
    “The Silver Tounged Devil & I” – Kris Kristopherson
    “Frisco Mabel Joy” – Mickey Newbury

  6. Where You Been — Dinosaur Jr
    Where’d You Hide The Body — James Mcmurtry
    The Essential Guy Clark — Guy Clark
    Temple Of The Dog — Temple Of The Dog
    Apostrophe’ — Frank Zappa
    Blind Melon — Blind Melon
    Rated-X — Black Oak Arkansas
    Tear This Circus Down — Tim Mcgraw
    Rust Never Sleeps — Neil Young
    Dragline — Paw

  7. Live at the Old Quater – Townes Van Zandt
    Near Truths and Hotel Rooms – Todd Snider
    Trace – Son Volt
    The Good Life – Justin Townes Earle
    Old No. 1 – Guy Clark
    American Recordings – Johnny Cash
    Cold Roses – Ryan Adams & The Cardinals
    Live at Massey Hall – Neil Young
    John Prine – John Prine
    Golden Age of Radio – Josh Ritter

  8. In no particular order:

    John Mayer – “Continuum”
    Jack Johnson – “Brushfire Fairytales”
    Jack Johnson – “In Between Dreams”
    DMB – “Best of What’s Around Vol 1”
    Taylor Swift – “Fearless”
    Chris Tomlin – “Hello Love”
    Matt Nathanson – “Some Mad Hope”
    Joshua Radin – “Simple Times”
    Tristan Prettyman – “Love Love Love”
    Sheryl Crow – “Very Best of Sheryl Crow”

    : )

  9. Revolver~Beatles
    A Hard Day’s Night~Beatles
    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band~Beatles
    Yellow Submarine~Beatles
    The Beatles (The White Album)~Beatles
    Magical Mystery Tour~Beatles
    Beatles For Sale~Beatles
    Abbey Road~Beatles
    Let It Be~Beatles
    Rubber Soul~Beatles
    THE TRUTH IS I CAN’T LIVE WIHOUT THE BEATLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Dead Flowers, Bottles, Bluegrass and Bones-Swingin’ Utters
    Rocket to Russia-Ramones
    Four Thieves Gone-The Avett Brothers
    …And Out Come The Wolves-Rancid
    O.C.M.S.-Old Crow Medicine Show
    Straight Outta Compton-N.W.A.
    The Debt of the Dead-Ghost Mice
    In Bocca Al Lupo-Murder by Death
    London Calling-The Clash
    Gipsy Hill-Big D and the Kids Tavle

  11. Brothers in Arms–Dire Straits
    Born in the U.S.A–Bruce Springsteen
    Original Musiquarium 1–Stevie Wonder
    30 #1s–Elvis Presley
    Greatest Hits–The Beatles
    Kill to Get Crimson–Mark Knopfler
    Just a Closer Walk with Thee–Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry
    From the Cradle–Eric Clapton
    Braveheart Soundtrack
    Back Home Hymns–Chet Atkins

  12. Let it Be (Naked) The Beatles
    Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Wilco
    To Kingdom Come, The Band
    Folker, Paul Westerberg
    Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen
    Layla and other Love Songs – Derek and the Dominoes
    Anodyne, Uncle Tupelo
    All Things Must Pass, George Harrison
    Blood on the Tracks, Bob Dylan
    The Kink Kronicles, The Kinks

  13. All from the last decade:

    “Emotionalism” – The Avett Brothers
    “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot” – Wilco
    “Elephant” – The White Stripes
    “Begin to Hope” – Regina Spektor
    “I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning” – Bright Eyes
    “When the Sun’s Gone Down” – Langhorne Slim
    “Aha Shake Heartbreak” – Kings of Leon
    “Andrew Bird and the Mysterious Production of Eggs” – Andrew Bird
    “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots” – The Flaming Lips
    “Boys and Girls in America” – The Hold Steady

  14. “Animals” – Pink Floyd
    “Harvest” – Neil Young
    “Kid A” Radiohead
    “Our Endless Numbered Days” – Iron & Wine
    “Let it be” – The Beatles
    “10,000 Days” – Tool
    “Wish You Were Here” – Pink Floyd
    “Crack the Sky” Mastadon
    “Shut Up and Play Yer Guitar” – Frank Zappa
    “Blues for Allah” – Grateful Dead

  15. “Summer Time Dream” – Gordon Lightfoot

    “Where We All Belong” – Marshall Tucker band

    “White Album” – Beatles

    “Ozark Mountain Daredevils(Quit Album)” Ozark Mountain Daredevils

    “Quadrophenia” – The Who

    “Retrospective 1995-2000” – Son Volt

    “Devils and Dust” – Springsteen

    “Stills Alone” – Stephen Stills

    “Best of Bee Gees” – Bee Gees

    “Deja Vu” – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

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