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CURRENT PLAYLIST

Views of the Blues (Blues)

Great blues music in its historical & cultural context.

Mon Oct 23rd 2017 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

3:27pm

Jessie Mae Hemphill “Shake It, Baby”
from Shake It Baby CD Comp (Hightone 2003) —Recorded in 1984

3:24pm

Paradise Kings “69 Chevy”
from Controlled Burn CD Album (Self Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2017) N

3:20pm

Duke Robillard and His Dames of Rhythm “What's the Reason (I'm Not Pleasin' You)”
from Duke Robillard and His Dames of Rhythm CD Album (M.C. Records 2017) N

3:16pm

Erwin Helfer “Operator Blues (feat. Estelle Mama Yancey)”
from Last Call CD Comp (The Sirens Records 2016) —Recorded in 1957

3:13pm

The Rolling Stones “Blue and Lonesome”
from Blue & Lonesome CD Album (Polydor Ltd. 2016)

3:08pm

Kim Wilson “Blue and Lonesome”
from Blues and Boogie, Vol. 1 CD Album (Severn 2017) N

3:03pm

James Armstrong “Addicted to love”
from Blues Been Good to Me CD Album (Catfood Records 2017) N

2:58pm

Mitch Woods “Never Get Out of These Blues Alive”
from Friends Along the Way CD Album (eOne Music 2017) N  —Vocal by John Lee Hooker

4:06pm

Catfish Keith “Mama Don't You Sell It, Papa Don't You Give It Away”
from Mississippi River Blues CD Album (Catfish Keith 2016)

4:03pm

Rob Rio “Facebook Me, Baby (Live)”
from Live in Anaheim CD Album (Boss Productions 2017) N

3:56pm

J.D. Edwards “Crying”
from Rural Blues: Saturday Night Function LP Comp (Imperial 1968) —Recorded in 1953

3:49pm

John Mayall “The Devil Must Be Laughing”
from Talk About That CD Album (Forty Below Records 2016) —Joe Walsh on guitar

3:45pm

Tommy Castro and The Painkillers “Fear Is the Enemy”
from Stompin' Ground CD Album (Alligator www.alligator.com 2017) N  —Lisa Andersen on backing vocal

3:36pm

Jessie Mae Hemphill “Streamline Train”
from Shake It Baby CD Comp (Hightone 2003) —Recorded in 1988

3:34pm

Papa Lightfoot “Wine, Women & Whiskey”
from Rural Blues, Vol. 2: Saturday Night Function LP Comp (Imperial 1968) —Obscure performer from New Orleans; recorded in 1952 or 1953

3:29pm

Ronnie Baker Brooks “Doing Too Much (feat. 'Big Head' Todd Mohr)”
from Times Have Changed CD Album (Provogue 2017) —One of Lonnie Brooks's sons

3:24pm

Ben Hunter, Phil Wiggins, Joe Seamons “Longin' for My Sugar”
from A Black & Tan Ball CD Album (2017) N

3:17pm

The 44S “She's Poison”
from Americana CD Album (Rip Cat Records 2011) R

3:13pm

Bessie Smith “Florida Bound Blues”
from Nobody's Blues but Mine LP Comp (Columbia) —Recorded in 1925; Clarence Williams on piano

3:10pm

Lightnin' Hopkins “Short Haired Woman”
from Lightnin' Hopkins: The Complete Aladdin Recordings CD Comp (Aladdin (EMI) 1991) R

3:06pm

Paradise Kings “Butter Me Up”
from Controlled Burn CD Album (Self Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2017) N  —Santa Barbara band, to represent the S.B. Blues Society at the Jan. 2018 Intl. Blues Challenge

3:03pm

Blind Willie McTell “Come On Around To My House Mama”
from The Definitive Blind Willie McTell CD Comp (Columbia Records 1994)

2:58pm

Erwin Helfer “Rocky Mountain Blues (feat. Ardella Williams & John Brumbach)”
from Last Call CD Comp (The Sirens Records 2016)

2:53pm

Kim Wilson “You're the One”
from Blues and Boogie, Vol. 1 CD Album (Severn 2017) N

2:45pm

Fleetwood Mac and friends “I Got the Blues”
from Blues Jam in Chicago, Vol. 1 LP Album (Blue Horizon/Polydor 1969) R  —Otis Spann on piano, Peter Green on guitar, vocal and harmonica by Big Walter Horton

2:41pm

Memphis Minnie “I'm a Bad Luck Woman”
from Hoodoo Lady (1933-1937) CD Comp (Legacy/Columbia 1991) —Recorded in 1936; her real name was Lizzie Douglas

2:37pm

The 44S “Mr. Operator”
from Americana CD Album (Rip Cat Records 2011) R  —Los Angeles area band

2:26pm

Charles Brown “Black Night”
from Legend! LP Album (Bluesway/ABC 1970) R  —Recorded in 1969

2:23pm

Hurricane Ruth “Barrelhouse Joe's”
from Ain't Ready for the Grave CD Album (Hurricane Ruth Records 2017) N  —Contemporary blueswoman from Nashville

2:19pm

Andy T Band “Juanita”
from Double Strike CD Album (American Showplace Music 2017) N  —Vocal by Nick Nixon

2:15pm

Mitch Woods “Mother in Law Blues”
from Friends Along the Way CD Album (eOne Music 2017) N  —Vocal and guitar by John Hammond

2:11pm

Otis Spann “I Wonder Why”
from Sweet Giant of the Blues LP Album (Flying Dutchman 1969) R  —Muddy Waters's first and best pianist

2:06pm

Jessie Mae Hemphill “Feelin' Good”
from Shake It Baby CD Comp (Hightone 2003) —Recorded in 1988


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