Blues in the Night (Music)
Fri Mar 25th 2011 4.00pm–7.00pm
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Muddy Waters “Got My Mojo Working” from After Hours - Live at Lincoln Center (Columbia River Entertainment Group 1998) —Hound Dog Brown is filling in for Art Dwyer today. Thanks, Art, for inviting me!Buy it!
Ike Turner “The new breed (part 1)” from Ike's Instrumentals (Ace 1955) LBuy it!
Clarence Gatemouth Brown “Midnight hour” from Gate Swings (Verve/Polygram Records)Buy it!
Clarence Gatemouth Brown “Caldonia” from Gate Swings (Verve/Polygram Records)Buy it!
Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom “My Heart's In Trouble” from Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom (Black Top 2006)Buy it!
Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom “Knee Squeeze” from Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom (Black Top 2006)Buy it!
Albert King “Won't Be Hanging Around” from Chess Blues Guitar (MCA Chess) LBuy it!
Robert Nighthawk “Someday” from Chess Blues Guitar (Chess MCA)Buy it!
SOULARD BLUES BAND “No money down” from Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Undertow) L —Art Dwyer sings this one!Buy it!
The Rolling Stones “Carol” from Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! (Remastered) (ABKCO (US) 2009)Buy it!
Chuck Berry “Promised land” from Chess Box Set (MCA Chess) LBuy it!
Matt Hill “Time is up” from On The Floor (VIZZTONE 2010) —Matt Hill has moved to St. Louis, has recently married, and congrats go out from Miss Vickie and everyone at the Blues City Deli.Buy it!
Mabel John “No matter how she done it” from Honeydripper (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Rhino Entertainment Company 2008) —This is an old Tampa Red number, sung by Mabel John for the John Sayles movie, Honeydripper.Buy it!
Gary Clark Jr. “China Doll” from Honeydripper (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Rhino 2008) —Another cut from the Honeydripper soundtrack, this one featuring St. Louis' own Arthur Williams on harmonica. Arthur appears in the motion picture in several scenes.Buy it!
SOULARD BLUES BAND “You Upset Me” from In The Soulyard (King Solomon Records)Buy it!
Big Mike Aguirre and the Blu-City All-Stars “She Moves Me” from Live at BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups (self released 2010) LBuy it!
Dogtown Allstars “No way” from Live At the Venice Cafe CD ALBUM (Dogtown Allstars 2007) LBuy it!
The Silvertone Singers “Since Jesus came into my heart” from The Best of Excello Gospel (Ace Records/Excello Records) —Tongues-of-fire Holy Blues!Buy it!
Swan Silvertones “Glory To His Name” from Love Lifted Me/My Rock (Specialty) —More tongues-of fire!Buy it!
Scottie Miller & The Re-Uptake Inhibitors “East St Louis” from Live at KDHX Vol 8 (KDHX kdhx.org 2010) LBuy it!
The Charles Walker Blues Band “I Got Ways” from Keep Takin' (Ehlona Records, Inc 2005)Buy it!
Sauce Boss “Cypress Grove Blues” from Florida Blues (Burning Disk Records 2006) —This is an old Skip James number.Buy it!
Sauce Boss “Let The Big Dog Eat” from Florida Blues (Burning Disk Records 2006) —Sauce Boss, aka Bill Wharton, puts on a unique and dy-no-mite live show. During his gig, he has a gas cooker on stage, and cooks up a huge pot of gumbo. At the end of the show, you get a bowl of gumbo! He does this to raise money for food pantries, etc.Buy it!
Deep Water Reunion “How you sleepin baby” from NoName, Small Town BLues (self)Buy it!
Stacy Mitchhart “Doghouse Blues” from Gotta Get That Feeling Back Again (Dr. Sam Records 2007) LBuy it!
Dinah Washingon “Evil gal blues” from The History of Rhythm And Blues 1942 - 1952 (Rhythm and Blues Records)Buy it!
Lucky Millinder “Who Threw The Whiskey In The Well?” from The History of Rhythm And Blues 1942 - 1952 (Rhythm and Blues Records)Buy it!
John Long “Leavin' St. Louis” from Lost & Found (Delta Groove Productions. 2006)Buy it!
Rich McDonough Band “A Minor Thing” from Rich McDonough Band (MCDONOUGH REC)Buy it!
Jimi Hendrix “Red House” from Martin Scorsese Present The Blues - Jimi Hendrix (Experience Hendrix/MCA Records)Buy it!
R. L. Burnside “Bird without a feather” from A Bothered Mind (Fat Possum Records)Buy it!
R. L. Burnside “Rollin' and tumblin'” from A Bothered Mind (Fat Possum Records)Buy it!
The Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama “Marching Up To Zion” from The Sermon (Specialty Records 2006)Buy it!
The Smokin' Joe Kubek Band featuring Bnois King “Walk With You” from Served Up Texas Style: The Best of The Smokin' Joe Kubek Band (feat. Bnois King) (Bullseye Blues/Rounder Records 2005)Buy it!
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown “We're Outta Here” from Alligator Records 25th Anniversary Collection (Alligator Records www.alligator.com)Buy it!
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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