Rhythm Highways (Music)
Thu Apr 3rd 2014 5.00am–7.00am
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Time zone: central
Lead Belly “Looky Looky Yonder/Black Betty/Yellow Women's Doorbells”
from The Tradition Masters (Rykodisc 2002) —to honor the the request of a very generous donor to Rhythm Highways during last week's show - here's that Leadbelly you asked about! Thank YOU, baby!
John Patton “I'll Never Be Free”
from Along Came John (Blue Note 2000) —1963 session from Big John Patton recorded by Rudy Van Gelder. Grant Green on guitar, Ben Dixon on drums, Fred Jackson & Harold Vick on tenor saxes.
Elmore James “Talk To Me Baby”
from Whose Muddy Shoes (MCA 1991) —recorded in 1960 for Chess; Johnny Jones on piano, Homesick James on 2nd guitar, Odie Payne on drums, J.T. Brown on sax.
B.B. King “Someday Baby”
from My Kind of Blues (Real Gone 1961) —The album was originally recorded in March, 1960, specifically as an LP. Features Lloyd Glenn on piano.
Scottie Miller “Don't Try To Tell Me”
from Live At KDHX 21Feb2009 (KDHX 2009) —a good friend of KDHX's from the Minneapolis, Scottie Miller. Scottie also works with his band, and is a member of Ruthie Foster's band.
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