Rhythm Highways (Music)
Thu Oct 17th 2013 5.00am–7.00am
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Time zone: central
Pete Anderson “Blue Hour”
from Working Class (Little Dog Records 1994) —Grammy winning artist Pete Anderson is scheduled to play 2 shows in St. Louis - Fri Oct 18th at BBs Jazz Blues & Soups, then Sat Oct 19th at Blues City Deli
Little G. Weevil “Shake It And Break It”
from Moving (Apic/VizzTone 2013) N —Hungarian-born blues man who has been based in Atlanta, GA for years - and a very talented cat.
Johnny Adams “You Can Depend On Me”
from Absolutely The Best (Fuel 2000 2002) —this was an unreleased recording from the SSS International archives...why it's wasn't released at the time is a mystery to me. Recorded during Johnny's 2nd stint with SSS Intl which ran from '71-'73.
Tee “Love Life ”
from Lights On (Naked Productions 2004) —Tee (Mark T....Mark Thijs) is a talented cat from Belgium. I'll be playing more of this disc in the years to come! I'm hoping to acquire additional albums from Tee, but they are hard to come by in the States.
Annie Mack “Hey,Hey Mama”
from Baptized in the Blues (Annie Mack Music 2013) N —East Side Slim can't recommend this disc highly enough...a wonderful album from a phenomenally inspirational and talented artist. We'll be hearing MUCH more from Annie Mack...this CD is going to get her noticed!
JD McPherson “Wolf Teeth”
from Signs & Signifiers (Rounder 2012) —the album features Jimmy Sutton and Alex Hall. JD used to be with The Starkweather Boys...they released one CD, be sure to check it out....something about "Archer Street".
Don Cavalli “Curtain Call”
from Carmela (Lenox Records 2003) —a compilation of rockabilly inspired cuts recorded by this French artist from 1997 thru 1999.
Rusty Roots “I've Grown”
from Electrified (Naked Productions 2008) —another band from Belgium (Tee)... there's great blues and roots music coming out of Europe these days. The 2 bands played today only scratch the surface of all the cool music that's being made.
from The Anthology (MCA 2001) —my favorite Bland cut of all time...and yes, the title refers to what you think it does. ;-)
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