Blues in the Night (Music)
Fri Sep 21st 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. Thanks, Art, for inviting me! ; - )Buy it!
Roy Gaines “Blues from hell” from Tuxedo Blues (Black Gold Records)Buy it!
Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five “Oh boy, I'm in the groove” from Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Disc A: 1938 - 1940 (JSP Records)Buy it!
Leo's Five “Ol' man river, part 2” from Direct From The Blue Note Club, East St Louis (Ace 2008) LBuy it!
Joe Hill Louis “Don't Trust Your Best Friend” from Down Home Blues Classics 1949 - 1954 Vol. 5 - Memphis & The South (Secret Records Limited)Buy it!
Eddie Taylor “You'll Always Have a Home” from Juke Joints 3 (JSP Records)Buy it!
Doctor Ross “Country clown” from Down Home Blues Classics 1949 - 1954 Vol. 5 - Memphis & The South (Secret Records Limited)Buy it!
L.C. "Good Rockin'" Robinson “Mojo in my hand” from Mojo In My Hand (Arhoolie Productions www.arhoolie.com)Buy it!
Soulard Blues Band. “West End blues” from Live At The Great Grizzly Bear (King Solomon Records) LBuy it!
Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughn “Pride And Joy” from In Session (Concord Music Group/Stax Records) R —For the listener who requested something from Stevie Ray, here's Stevie singing and playing guitar with Albert King and Albert's band....two for the price of one ; - )Buy it!
Big Mike Aguirre and the Blu-City All-Stars “She Moves Me” from Live at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups (self-release 2010) L —Here is a set of three fine local bands which are playing tomorrow at the Blues City Deli Street Fest in St. Louis.....Buy it!
The Funky Butt Brass Band “Gone gone gone” from Cut The Body Loose (self-release) L —......also appearing at the Street Fest........Buy it!
Matt Hill “Griddle Bread Boogie” from On The Floor (Deep Fryed Records/VIZZTONE 2010) —And also appearing at the Street Fest.Buy it!
Camille Howard “The boogie & the blues” from Camille Howard Vol. 1: Rock Me Daddy SINGLE (Specialty Records)Buy it!
Albert King “Nobody Wants A Loser” from Guitar Man - An Essential Collection (Fuel 2000 Records) —Here is a set of one of each of the Three Kings Of The Blues.Buy it!
Freddie King “Blue shadows” from Freddie King Is a Blues Master (Cotillion/Atlantic 1992)Buy it!
B. B. King “Bad Case Of Love” from Blues On The Bayou (MCA Records)Buy it!
Roosevelt Sykes “Ice cream freezer” from The Specialty Story (Specialty Records Inc.)Buy it!
Otis Rush And His Band “My baby's a good 'un” from The Cobra Records Story (Capricorn Records)Buy it!
Big Maceo Merriweather “Big city blues” from The Specialty Story (Specialty Records)Buy it!
Clarence Gatemouth Brown “Toughen up” from Gate Swings (Verve/Polygram Records)Buy it!
The Mighty Clouds of Joy “Heavy load” from Pray for Me (Word Records 2007) —This was recorded on July 23, 1990 at the Mt. Ephraim Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and defintely is scorchin', tongues-of-fire Holy Blues!Buy it!
Gabriel “Don’t Stay Out All Night” from Gabriel: The Flock-Rocker (Crown Prince of the Blues) (Stackhouse Recording co. & Drop-Top Music 2010) —The man, and I mean the MAN! tearin' it up on trumpet and vocal in the early 60s. Listen to Gabriel every Sunday night on KDHX from midnight to 3 a.m. Monday morning for the blues, Holy Blues, and country classics.Buy it!
Morry Sochat & The Special 20s “1955” from Swingin' Shufflin' Smokin' (Special 20 Publishing 2010) —From Chicago, and appearing tomorrow at the Blues City Deli Street Fest!Buy it!
The 44S “Hanging tree” from Americana (Rip Cat Records) —From California, and also appearing at the Deli Street Fest tomorrow.Buy it!
Little Walter “Juke” from Big Town Playboys - Chicago Blues 1949 - 1954 (Acrobat Records)Buy it!
Memphis Slim “Train time” from Big Town Playboys - Chicago Blues 1949 - 1954 (Acrobat Records)Buy it!
Robert Lockwood, Jr. “I'm Gonna Dig Myself a Hole” from Big Town Playboys - Chicago Blues 1949 - 1954 (Acrobat Records)Buy it!
Chris Powell & The Five Blue Flames “That's Right!” from The OKeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949 - 1957 (Sony Music Entertainment) —Here's a set of three old-school jump, shout and swing recordings.Buy it!
Jumpin' Joe Williams with Red Saunders & His Orchestra “Lyin' girl blues” from The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949 - 1957 (Sony Music Entertainment)Buy it!
Mr. Google Eyes with Billy Ford & His Musical V-8s “Rough and rocky road” from The OKeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949 - 1957 (Sony Music Entertainment) —Mr. Google Eyes' real name was Joseph August, and he was from New Orleans. Do bands have names like this anymore? ; - )Buy it!
Leo's Five “Johnnie come marching home (country style) pts 1 & 2” from Direct From The Blue Note Club, East St. Louis SINGLE (Ace 2008) —What I'd call a fine jazz-soul recording by local good guys from the early 60s.Buy it!
Clarence Gatemouth Brown “Take the "A" train” from Gate Swings (Verve/Polygram Records)Buy it!
Derek and the Dominos “Tell the truth jam” from History Of Eric Clapton (Atco Records) —From my old 2 LP set, which was issued in 1972. A stellar instumental blues-rock groove, with Clapton in guitar, Bobby Whitlock on keyboard, Carl Radle on bass, and Jim Gordon on drums.Buy it!
Pee Wee Crayton “Telephone Is Ringing” from The Vee-Jay Story Celebrating 40 Years Of Classic Hits (Vee-Jay Limited Partnership)Buy it!
Jay McShann & Priscilla Bowman “Hands Off” from The Vee-Jay Story Celebrating 40 Years Of Classic Hits (Vee-Jay Limited Partnership)Buy it!
Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five “Brotherly love” from Louis Jordan And His Tympany five Disc B: 1941 - 1944 (JSP Records 2001)Buy it!
Billy Boy Arnold “Rockin'itis” from The Vee-Jay Story Celebrating 40 Years Of Classic Hits (Vee-Jay Limited Partnership)Buy it!
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown “We're Outta Here” from The Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Alligator) —Art will be back next Friday!Buy it!
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