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Views of the Blues (Blues)

Great blues music in its historical & cultural context.

Mon Mar 18th 2019 2.00pm–5.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific


Heather Newman “High Mountain Blues”
from Burn Me Alive CD Album (Vizztone www.blindpigrecords.com 2017)


T.C. Johnson and "Blue Coat" Tom Nelson “T.C. Johnson Blues”
from Up Country Blues CD Comp (Proper 1999) —Recorded in 1928


John Nemeth “Do You Really Want That Woman”
from Name the Day! CD Album (Blind Pig www.blindpigrecords.com 2010)


Robert Nighthawk “Cheating and Lying Blues”
from Live on Maxwell Street 1964 CD Album (Rounder 2000) —Recorded (duh) in 1964


Tracy Nelson “One More Mile”
from Victim of the Blues CD Album (Delta Groove 2011)


North Mississippi Allstars “Long Haired Doney”
from Prayer for Peace CD Album (Legacy Recordings 2017)


Brother Son Bonds with Hammie Nixon “I Want To Live So God Can Use Me”
from You Got What I Want CD Comp (Blues Images 2014) —Recorded in 1934


Cyril Neville “Blues is the Truth”
from Magic Honey CD Album (Ruf Records 2013)


Blind Gussie Nesbitt “Motherless Children”
from I'm Talking About You CD Comp (Blues Images 2016) —Recorded in 1935


Shoji Naito “Honey Bee (feat. Billy Flynn & Willie Buck)”
from New Cool Old School CD Album (Ogden Records 2016) —Harmonica by Naito, vocal by Willie Buck, guitar by Billy Flynn


The Paul Butterfield Blues Band “Thank You Mr. Poobah”
from The Paul Butterfield Blues Band LP Album (Elektra 1965) R  —Organ by Mark Naftalin


Danielle Nicole “How You Gonna Do Me Like That”
from Wolf Den CD Album (Concord Records 2015)


Omar & The Howlers “Hard Times in the Land of Plenty” LP Album (CBS 1987) R  —Omar Kent Dykes is a Texas bluesman


Dad Nelson “Coon Can Blues”
from Piney Woods Money Mama CD Comp (Blues Images 2018) —Recorded in 1926


Mitch Kashmar “Mellow Down Easy”
from Crazy Mixed Up World CD Album (Thumbs Up 1999) L —Santa Barbara native and excellent singer and harmonica player Kashmar will be leading the all-star band West Coast Toast at the S.B. Blues Society's 42nd. birthday show on March 23, 2019


The Nighthawks “Three Times Your Fool”
from All You Gotta Do CD Album (Eller Soul 2017) —Band from Washington, DC, that has been together for almost 50 years


The Mississippi Moaner “It's Cold In China Blues”
from Good Whiskey Blues CD Comp (Proper 1999) —Recorded in 1935


Chick Willis “Stoop Down Baby Let Your Daddy See”
from Mr. Blues: The Best Of...So Far CD Comp (CDS Records) R


The Randy Oxford Band “How Come You're Never Here (When I Get Home)”
from It Feels Good CD Album (Figgleblail Records 2014) R  —Band from the Seattle area; trombone by Oxford, vocal by Jada Amy


Kenny Neal “Ain't Gon' Let the Blues Die”
from Bloodline CD Album (Cleopatra Blues 2016)


Darrell Nulisch “Blue Monday”
from Goin' Back to Dallas CD Album (Severn 2007) —Former lead singer for Roomful of Blues and Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets


RJ Mischo “The Kalamazoo Kicker”
from I Hope You're Satisfied CD Album (Bluebeat Music 2018)

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