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Two for the Blues (Music)

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Blues from the 1920s to the present with a little zydeco and southern soul added to the mix, hosted by Art Schuna and Dave Leucinger. Since 1999, the show has done special features on blues artists including interviews discussing their careers and music. Unfortunately, we can't give you the music without violating copyright acts but we can give you the interviews.

With Art Schuna

Sat Jan 20th 2018 8.00pm–10.00pm

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: central

8:44pm

Muddy Waters “Howling Wolf”
from Hoochie Coochie Man:Live at the Rising Sun Jazz Club Montreal January 1977 LP (Justin Time) —record store day April 2016

9:00pm

Son House “Judgement Day”
from Live At Oberlin College LP (Rock Beat)

9:13pm

Andre Williams “Dirty Mac Stinky Dog”
from Don't Ever Give Up (Pravda Records 2017) N

9:35pm

Andre Williams “Bury Me Deep”
from Don't Ever Give Up (Pravda Records 2017) N

9:29pm

Bettye LaVette “Things Have Changed (radio edit)”
from Things Have Changed (Verve) N

9:25pm

AJ Ghent [ j-ent ] “Wash Ya Hair”
from The Neo Blues Project (ROPEADOPE) N

9:13pm

Buddy Guy & Junior Wells “Love Her With a Feeling”
from The Criteria Sessions LP (Atco) —record store day April 2016

9:04pm

Scrapper Blackwell “Goin' Where the Monon Crosses the Yellow Dog”
from Mr. Scrapper's Blues CD Album (Original Blues Classics 2001)

8:57pm

Bukka White “Bald Eagle Train”
from Sky Songs Single (Arhoolie Records)

8:46pm

Eddie Boyd “Five Long Years”
from Complete Recordings disc 2 1951-53 (Epm 2004)

8:44pm

Tampa Red “It Hurts Me Too” Single

8:41pm

Blind Willie McTell “statesboro blues”
from The Definitive Blind Willie McTell (Catfish 1928)

8:38pm

Blind Willie McTell “Motherless Children Have a Hard Time”
from Atlanta 12 String (Atlantic) —recorded 1949

8:32pm

Big Lucky Carter “Miss Lula Mae's Mule”
from Lucky 13 (Blueside)

8:22pm

Earl Hooker “The Hook”
from Two Bugs and a Roach (Arhoolie Records 1990)

8:16pm

The Griswalds “all the way down”
from All The Way Down (JSP)

8:10pm

Tommy Ridgley “Looped (09-?-52)”
from 1949-1954 (Classics Blues & Rhythm Series)

8:08pm

Slim & Slam “Flat Foot Floogie”
from Groove Juice Special

8:05pm

Roy Brown “Butcher Pete”
from Good Rockin' Tonight Single (Rhino)

8:02pm

Tiny Bradshaw “The Train Kept a Rollin'”
from Breaking Up the House Disc 2 CD Album (Proper 2004)

8:00pm

Luther Randolph & Johnny Stiles “crossroads”
from Cameo 45 7‑Inch Single (cameo)


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