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Blues Review (Music)

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Classic & contemporary Blues from the 30s to now. Real Blues, R&B, Chicago Blues, West Coast, Delta, Piedmont, etc.

With Marty Kool

Sat Jul 21st 2018 5.00pm–9.00pm

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: arizona

6:49pm

Phillip Walker “Lay You Down”
from Going Back Home (Delta Groove Records)

6:45pm

Little Johnny Christian “Luv Sumbody”
from The Leric Story (Delmark Records) —Early 80s for the Leric label in Chicago with Jimmy Dawkins on guitar.

6:42pm

Al Basile “All Right”
from Me & The Originator (Sweetspot)

6:38pm

Boz Scaggs “The Feeling Is Gone”
from Out Of The Blues (Concord Records)

6:31pm

Big Harp George “Just Calm Yourself”
from Uptown Cool (Blues Mountain Records) —Loralee Christianson, vocal.

6:18pm

Adrianna Marie and her Roomful of All-Stars “Memphis Boogie”
from Kingdom of Swing CD (VizzTone 2017) —Appearing at KXCI's 7th Annual Houserockin' Blues Review Aug. 3rd at El Casino Ballroom.

6:13pm

Toni Lynn Washington “Walkin' and Talkin' (And Crying My Blues Away)”
from I Wanna Dance0 (Regina Royale Records)

6:10pm

Whitney Shay “Don't You Fool Me No More”
from A Woman Rules The World (Little Village Foundation)

6:07pm

Hurricane Carla “What's The Use of Gettin' Sober”
from Drawn To Louis Jordan CD (Carla Brownlee 2015)

6:03pm

Anna Warr “Voodoo Voodoo”
from Anna Warr (Anna Warr) —Appearing at KXCI's 7th Annual Houserockin' Blues Review Aug. 3rd at El Casino Ballroom.

5:49pm

Earl King “Eating and Sleeping”
from Creole Kings of New Orleans, Vol.2 (Specialty Records) —Early 50s for Specialty.

5:47pm

Jesse Allen “Take It Easy”
from Don't Mess With Me Baby (Koko-Mojo) —1953 for the Bayou label with Lee Allen.

5:44pm

Larry Darnell “Do you Love me”
from Jump 'N' Shout, New Orleans Blues & Rhythm (Delmark Records) —Regal Records, 1950, with Mary Lou Greene.

5:41pm

Annie Laurie “it's Been a Long Time”
from The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949-1957 (Epic Records) —1952 for Okeh.

5:39pm

Clarence "Frogman" Henry “Lonely Tramp”
from Ain't Got No Home - The Best Of Clarence "Frogman" Henry (Geffen* 1994) —1956 for the Argo label with Lee Allen, sax & Paul Gayten, piano.

5:36pm

Lloyd Price “If Crying Was Murder”
from Lawdy! (Specialty Records) —1952 for Specialty in Hollywood.

5:29pm

Mercy Dee “After the Fight”
from Mercy's Troubles (Arhoolie Records) —1961 in Stockton, CA.

5:25pm

Dr. Hepcat “Lord Have Mercy”
from The Piano Blues of Dr. Hepcat (Documentary Arts) —The one & only Lavada Durst!

5:16pm

Gary Primich “Varmint”
from Company Man (Black Top Records) —Shorty Lenoir & Mark Korpi, guitars & Gene Taylor, piano.

5:10pm

Sonny Boy Terry “Too Late”
from Live At Miss Ann's Playpen (Doc Blues) —Little Ray Ybarra, guitar.

5:06pm

R.J. Mischo “Rich Cat”
from Knowledge You Can't Get In College (Greaseland Records) —Rusty Zinn, guitar.

5:00pm

LA Jones & The Blues Messengers “Don't Lose Your Cool”
from Man Alive! (Barking Blues)


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