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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 Jul 21st 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

8:32pm

Johnny Tucker “Tired of Doing Nothing”
from Seven Day Blues (HighJohn) N

8:27pm

Bernard Allison “let it go”
from let It Go (Ruf Records GmbH 2018) N

8:22pm

Little Freddie King “Mean Little Woman”
from Fried Rice & Chicken (Orleans Records) N

8:17pm

James Harman “In with the Grief...In with the Gravy”
from Fineprint (Electro-Fi Records) N

8:00pm

Bobby Patterson “How Do You Spell Love?”
from Jewel/Paula Records Story Disc 2 (Capricorn)

9:42pm

The Little Red Rooster Blues Band “4 O'clock in the Morning”
from Lock Up The Liquor (Self-Produced) N

9:37pm

Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' “She Knows How To Rock Me”
from TajMo (Concord 2017)

9:34pm

Keb Mo' “Am I Wrong”
from Keb Mo

9:28pm

Taj Mahal “Come On In My Kitchen”
from An Evening of Acoustic Music (Ruf)

9:23pm

Eddie Taylor & Floyd Jones “Train Fare Blues”
from Masters of Modern Blues Album (Testament)

9:19pm

JB Hutto “Dust My Broom”
from Masters of Modern Blues (Testament)

9:15pm

Eddie Taylor & Floyd Jones “Stockyard Blues”
from Masters of Modern Blues Album (Testament)

9:12pm

Johnny Shines “Two Trains Runnin'”
from Masters of Modern Blues Single (Testament)

9:05pm

John Lee Hooker “Tupelo Blues”
from Dance The Blues (Mojo) —1962

9:02pm

Albert King “I Walked All Night Long”
from More Big Blues (Ace 1960)

8:59pm

Elmore James “the sun is shining”
from King of the Slide Guitar Disc 2

8:57pm

Big Time Sarah “Big Time Operator” 7‑Inch Single (Airway) —first record 1977. Sunnyland Slim piano, Magic Slim guitar, Nick Holt bass

8:53pm

Jody Williams “Lucky Lou”
from Chess Rhythm & Roll (MCA/Chess)

8:48pm

Hound Dog Taylor & The HouseRockers “Give Me Back My Wig (Live)”
from Beware of the Dog! LP Album (Alligator Records 1976)

8:43pm

Bobby Rush “Bowlegged Woman / Knock-Kneed Man”
from 1ewel/Paula Records Story Disc 2 (Capricorn) —1972 Jewel 834

8:40pm

Jerry McCain “Honky tonk”
from Blues Harp Heroes (Fuel 2000) —1966 Jewel 761

8:37pm

Carter Brothers “Booze In the Bottle”
from The Essential Carter Brothers (Fuel 2000 2006) —1966 Jewel 754

8:34pm

Lightnin' Hopkins “Uncle Stan the Hip Hit Record Man”
from Fishing Clothes: The Jewel Recordings 1965-69 (Westside) —1968 Jewel 825. Stan The Record Man Lewis from Shreveport LA died at age 91. He owned Stan's record shop and owned Jewel, Paula and Ronn record labels

8:27pm

John Lee Hooker “i'm in the mood”
from Hooker Disc 1 (Shout Factory)

8:21pm

Reverend Charlie Jackson “Wrapped Up and Tangled Up In Jesus”
from God's Got It (CASEQUARTER 2003)

8:18pm

Louis Jordan “The Dripper”
from One Guy Named Louis (Capitol `)

8:16pm

The Chips “Rubber Biscuit”
from Spotlite on Josie Records Vol. 3 CD Comp (Collectables 1996)

8:13pm

Long John Hunter “Border Town Blues”
from Ooh Wee Pretty Baby! (Norton Records) —audition these

8:08pm

Howlin' Wolf “Coon on the Moon”
from Back Door Wolf (Chess / MCA)

8:06pm

Roosevelt Sykes “Sputnik Baby”
from Complete Recorded Works Vol. 10 (Document Records) —1957 House of Sound

8:04pm

Jolly Jax Trio “Everything is A-Okay”
from Cockroach Run (Kokomojo) —1961 Tina, Baltimore R&B group

8:02pm

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.