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Blue's With A Feelin' (Music)

Playing the blues from both contemporary and "old-school" masters. Music designed to shake-a- leg.

Wed May 24th 2017 6.00pm–8.00pm

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: mountain

7:53pm

BB King with Bonnie Raitt “Baby I Love You”
from Duces Wild (MCA Records 1997)

7:50pm

BB King with John Lee Hooker “You Shook Me”
from Lucille & Friends (MCA Records 1995)

7:44pm

BB King “I Can't Lose”
from Vinyl 45 (Kent 1964)

7:43pm

BB King “rock Me Baby”
from Vinyl 45 (Kent 1964)

7:36pm

BB King and Diane Schuur “No One Ever Tells You”
from Heart to heart (GRP 1994)

7:29pm

BB King “there's Something On Your Mind”
from blues summit (mca 1993) —with Etta James

7:25pm

BB King “Something you Got”
from blues summit (mca 1993) —with Koko Taylor

7:21pm

BB King “Since I met you baby”
from blues summit (mca 1993) —with Katie Webster

7:14pm

BB King “Guess who”
from Live at the Apollo (GRP Records 1991)

7:09pm

BB King “When Love Comes to Town”
from Live at the Apollo (GRP Records 1991)

7:05pm

BB King “Rainbow Riot”
from Blues & Jazz (Geffen 1983)

7:03pm

BB King “Sell My Monkey”
from Blues & Jazz (Geffen 1983)

6:58pm

BB King “How Blue Can You Get”
from B.B. King in Cook County Jail (MCA Records 1971)

6:49pm

BB King “The Thrill is gone”
from BB King Live At Cook County Jail (mca 1971)

6:47pm

BB King “Every day I have the blues”
from B.B. King in Cook County Jail (MCA Records 1971)

6:40pm

BB King “Ghetto Woman”
from BB King In London (ABC 1971)

6:32pm

BB King “Blue shadows” Single (ABC 1971)

6:27pm

BB King “Caldonia”
from BB King In London (ABC 1971)

6:27pm

BB King “Please Send Me Someone To Love”
from Confessin' The Blues (ABC 1966)

6:23pm

BB King “I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water”
from Confessin the Blues (ABC 1966)

6:20pm

BB King “See See Rider”
from Confessin the Blues (ABC 1966)

6:15pm

BB King “Boogie Woogie Woman”
from The Blues (Crown 1958)

6:12pm

BB King “Ruby Lee”
from The Blues (Crown 1958)

6:10pm

BB King “Everyday I Have the Blues”
from Singing The Blues (Crown 1956) —BB's debut album

6:04pm

BB King “Your Still My Woman”
from Indianola Mississippi Seeds (Geffen 1970)

6:02pm

BB King “Nobody Loves Me But My Mother”
from Indianola Mississippi Seeds (Geffen 1970)

5:59pm

Albert King “I'll play the Blues for you”
from The Best of Albert King (Stax 1986)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.