Blues in the Night (Music)
Fri Feb 10th 2012 4.00pm–7.00pm
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Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working” from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Magnum Music Group. 1998) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Art Dwyer today on Blues In The Night. A big THANK YOU to Art for letting us substitute DJs, including me, Spencer, and Logan, fill in these past few weeks.Buy it!
Big Jay McNeely “Deacon Hop” from The Big Horn - The History Of Honkin' And Screamin' Saxophone (Proper Records)Buy it!
Little Willie Littlefield “Beehive Jump” from Boogie, Blues and Bounce - The Modern Recordings, Vol. 2 (Ace Records 2005)Buy it!
Leo's Five “Ol' man river, part 1” from Direct From The Blue Note Club, East St. Louis SINGLE (Ace Records 2008) LBuy it!
Louis Meyers “Top Of The Harp” from Sweet Home Chicago (Delmark Records) —Stellar Chicago blues from 1968.Buy it!
Nick Moss & The Flip Tops “Count your blessings” from Count Your Blessings (Blue Bella Records) —Stellar Chicago blues...from 2003!Buy it!
SOULARD BLUES BAND “St. Louis blues” from In The Soulyard (KING SOLOMON Self 1995) LBuy it!
LOUISIANA RED “Chankity Chank Chank” from Driftin' (Earwig Music 2005) —Red plays guitar and sings, with Willie "Big Eyes" Smith on harp, who died in Sept. 2011.Buy it!
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan “Stone Cold Dead In The Market” from The History Of Rhythm And Blues 1942 - 1952 (Rhythm and Blues Records)Buy it!
Los Carnales “Junko partner” from Los Carnales (Los Carnales Records) L —Los Carnales are having a reunion event at the Blues City Deli on Saturday afternoon 1 - 3:30pm.Buy it!
J. B. Hutto “Jealous Hearted Woman” from Deep Blue - 25 Years of Blues on Rounder Records (Rounder)Buy it!
Professor Longhair “501 Boogie” from Deep Blue - 25 Years of Blues on Rounder Records (Rounder Records www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Big George Brock “Burden Down” from Round Two (Cat Head Delta Blues and Folk Art 2006) L —Excellent Holy Blues by St. Louis' heavyweight champ of the blues.Buy it!
Ray Charles “Mess Around” from Ray Charles - The Definitve Soul Collection (Rhino Entertainment Co) —Released on Atlantic July 1953, his first big hit, and still sounds fantastic.Buy it!
Clayton Love “Don't you lie to me” from Rockin' Eighty-Eights (Modern Blues Recordings) LBuy it!
Gabriel “I'm Gabriel” from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Norman 2010) —The Man! I mean THE MAN! tearin' it up on trumpet & vocal from 1962. Listen to Gabriel each Sunday on 88.1 KDHX at midnight to 3am Monday morning for blues, Holy Blues, and country classics!Buy it!
Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne “Blackberry Wine” from Let It Loose (Electro-Fi Records) —Kenny Wayne is a HUGELY talented blues and boogie woogie piano man. He will gig next week at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups in St. Louis on Feb 15, 16 and 18. Highly recommended by Hound Dog Brown!Buy it!
Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne “Johnnie J. Was Good” from Can't Stop Now (Electro-Fi Records 2008) —Kenny wrote this song in tribute to Johnnie Johnson, and recorded it in St. Louis backed up by Rich McDonough on guitar, Gus Thornton on bass, and Joe Pastor on drums.Buy it!
Tom Hall “Worn out engine” from Right Down There on Lee Street (self 2005) L —A local St. Louis acoustic blues guitar whiz! Engine trouble..........Buy it!
Johny Winter “Broke Down Engine” from The Progressive Blues Experiment (Capitol Records) —More engine trouble blues.........Buy it!
Illinois Jacquet & His Big Band “Blues from Louisiana” from Jacquet's Got It (Atlantic Recording Corp 2005) —Definitely the blues, but by a 17 piece jazz band. This recording is a textbook of how to start a song loud & proud, back it down, build it back up, back it down again, and build it up once more for the end. Masterwork arranging by a tenor sax legend.Buy it!
Bob Case “Goin' To A King Cake Party Tonight” from Mardi Gras in St. Louis (Case Records 2002) L —St. Louis' KING of king cake parties! ; - )Buy it!
Matt Hill “Poor Circle” from On The Floor (Deep Fryed Records/VIZZTONE 2010) —Speaking of king cake parites, Thurs Feb 16 6 - 8 pm at the Blues City Deli there will be a king cake Smackdown, Mrs. Gravyman VS Miss Vickie, trying to outdo each other for best king cake ; - ) St. Louis' Matt Hill is performing.Buy it!
Katie Webster “Two-Fisted Mama” from Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection (Alligator 2011)Buy it!
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet “Mercy, mercy, mercy” from Mercy, Mercy, Mercy Live At "The Club" (Capitol Jazz) —The full five minute album version.Buy it!
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “Ain't That Dandy” from Out Of The Blue (Rounder Records/Rykodisc)Buy it!
Marquise Knox “I Go To Work” from Man Child (APO 2009) L —Marquise will have a 21st (!) birthday party at BB's Jazz, Bluess and Soups in St. Louis on Suday Feb 12 9pm.Buy it!
Frank Frost “Jelly Roll King” from Sun Records: 25 Blues Classics (Varese Sarabande 2001) —A set of three cuts, all by alumni of the Mississippi delta blues crew know as the Jelly Roll Kings....Buy it!
Frank Frost and Sam Carr “It's cold outside” from The Jelly Roll Kings (BluesLand - HMG/Hightone Records) —More Jelly roll Kings.Buy it!
Big Jack Johnson & The Oilers “You're Gonna Make Me Cry” from Roots Stew (M.C. Records 2000) —Another of the Jelly Roll Kings.Buy it!
Dave Herrero “Orange Peel” from Hard Life Blues (self-release 2000)Buy it!
Bonerama “The mouse” from LIVE At the Old Point (self 2001) —This wild & crazy trombone band from New Orleans will appear at The Old Rock House in St. Louis on Sat Feb 18.Buy it!
John Primer “I Called My Baby” from The Real Deal (Atlantic Recording Corp) —Fine Chicago blues, with excellent piano by Dave Maxwell.Buy it!
Magic Sam Blues Band “You Don't Love Me Baby” from Black Magic (Delmark Records)Buy it!
Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom “Big Mamou” from Safari to New Orleans (Black top records 1988)Buy it!
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “We're outta here” from Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Alligator Records) —Hound Dog will be here next week, too, with a big St. Louis Soulard Mardi Gras pre-Grand Parade show.Buy it!
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