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The BluzNdaBlood Show #271, United States of Blues, II !

Intro Song,
Billy Gibson , “Mississippi”, Southern Living

First Set – Chicago
Dave Specter , “Chicago Style”, Message ln Blue
Reverend Raven and the Chain Smokin’ Altar Boys, “Walking To Chicago”, Shake Your Boogie
James Cotton and His Big Band, “Born In Chicago”, Blive From Chicago-Mr. Superharp Himself

Second Set – Texas
Johnny Charles, “Texas Blues”, Stratified
Guitar Shorty, “Texas Women”, Bare Knuckle
W.C. Clark, “My Texas Home”, Deep In The Heart

Third Set – Mississippi
Omar and the Howlers, “Mississippi Hoo Doo Man”, Hard Times In The Land Of Plenty
Albert Castiglia, “Ghosts of Mississippi”, A Stone’s Throw
Super Chikan, “Hello Mississippi”, Chikadelic

Fourth Set –
John Studebaker, “Mississippi to Chicago”, 2013- Kingsville Junkin’
Roomful of Blues, “New Orleans Shuffle”, Hot Lil’ Mama
Shemekia Copeland, “Mississippi Mud”, 33 1/3

Thanks to Michael Allen Engstrom from the Crossroads Blues Gallery


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #270, United States of Blues!

Intro Song,
Bobby Rush , “Down In Louisiana”, Down In Louisiana

First Set – Louisiana
Big Joe & The Dynaflows , “Down In Louisiana”, All Night Long
Kenny Neal, “Louisiana Stew”, Let Life Flow
Bryan Lee, “Louisiana Woman”, Bryan Lee’s Greatest Hits

Second  Set – Texas
Knickerbocker All-Stars, “Texas Cadillac”, Texas Rhaody Blues
Annie Piper, “Texas Hold ‘Em”, Texas Hold Em
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, “Texas Flood”, Texas Flood

Third  Set – More From The Lone Star State
Omar and the Howlers, “Lone Star Blues”, I’m Gone
Anthony Rosano and the Conqueroos, “Going To Texas”, Live at Tegu
Johnny Copeland, “Houston”, Texas Twister   from the vinyl vault

Fourth  Set –
Tommy Castro, “Callin’ San Francisco”, Right As Rain
Jimmy Adler, “Down In Alabama”, Swing It Around
Eddie Cotton, “Mississippi”, One At A Time

 

Thanks to Michael Allen Engstrom from the Crossroads Blues Gallery

Thanks to Road Warrior Jim for his kind comments on my web site!

Special thanks to Brother David Walker for finding my tip jar!!!


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #269, Make Mine Another Double!

Intro Song,
Coco Montoya , “I Want To Shout About It”, Hard Truth

First Set
Coco Montoya , “Truth Be Told”, Hard Truth
John Mayall, “Talk About That”, Talk About That
John Mayall, “Gimme Some Of That Gumbo”, Talk About That

Second Set –
Janiva Magness, “I Can Tell”, Blue Again
Janiva Magness, “Pack It Up”, Blue Again
Dave Specter and Barkin Bill Smith, “Tell Me Whats The Reason”, Blue Bird Blues
Dave Specter and Barkin Bill Smith, “Buzz Me”, Blue Bird Blues, Vinyl Vault 1991 Delmark

Third Set –
TJ and the Suitcase, “Aint Your Train”, Never Givin’ Up
TJ and the Suitcase, “Never Givin’ Up”, Never Givin’ Up
The Andy T Band Featuring Alabama Mike, “I Want You Bad”, Double Strike

Fourth Set –
The Andy T Band Featuring Alabama Mike, “Juanita”, Double Strike
John McNamara, “Suffering With The Blues”, Rollin’ With It
John McNamara, “You Wouldn’t Wanna Know”, Rollin’ With It

Thanks to Michael Allen Engstrom from the Crossroads Blues Gallery


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #268, Make Mine A Double!

Intro Song,
Monster Mike Welch and Mike Ledbetter , “Down Home Girl”, Right Place, Right Time

First Set
Monster Mike Welch and Mike Ledbetter , “I’m Gonna Move To Another Country”, Right Place, Right Time , Delta Groove Music
John Primer & Bob Corritore, “Hold Me In Your Arms”, Ain’t Nothing You Can Do!
John Primer & Bob Corritore, “Harmonica Boogaloo”, Ain’t Nothing You Can Do!
Omar & The Howlers, “Mr. Blues Is Coming”, Swingland
Omar & The Howlers, “East Side Blues”, Bamboozled – Live In Germany

Second Set – Virginia Set
The Jon Spear Band, “Bottom of the Bottle”, Hot Sauce
The Jon Spear Band, “Natchez Burning”, Hot Sauce
Parker & Gray, “Sho Nuff The Blues”, The Blues Look Good On You
Parker & Gray, “Subway Song”, The Blues Look Good On You

Third Set –
John Nemeth, “Feelin’ Freaky”, Feelin’ Freaky
John Nemeth, “You Really Do Want The Woman”, Feelin’ Freaky

Thanks to Michael Allen Engstrom from the Crossroads Blues Gallery


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #267, New Blues Blowout!

Intro Song,
Vin Mott , “Don’t Make Me Laugh”, Quit The Women For The Blues

First Set
Nick Schnebelen, “Bad Woman Blues”, Live In Kansas City, Vizztone Label
Mick Kolassa & Mark Telesca, “You Can’t Do That”, You Can’t Do That!, Acoustic Beatles Blues!
Low Society, “Sanctified”, Sanctified

Second Set
Ivor S.K,Good Mawnin Judge”, Montserrat, Simpson Kennedy
Delta Moon, “Just Lucky I Guess”, Cabbagetown
North Mississippi Allstars, “Miss Maybelle”, Prayer For Peace

Third Set – WIB
Polly O’Keary and The Rhythm Method, “Hard Hearted World”, Black Crow Callin’
Janiva Magness, “Buck”, Blue Again, Fathead Records
Laura Tate, “Still Got The Blues”, Let’s Just Be Real, Help from Teresa James, Tony Braunagel Drums

Fourth Set
Brad Stivers, “You’re Just About To Lose Your Clown”, Took You Long Enough, Vizztone Label
Tiny Legs Tim, “Hard To Admit”, Melodium Rag
John Nemeth, “Under The Gun”, Feelin’ Freaky
Mr. Sipp, “Juke Joint”, Knock A Hole In IT, Malaco Records

Shout out to Howard from Canada, who is a faithful listener! I thanked him for listening and he said, “Dave great show and yes I do listen. Actually I have 5 of your shows in rotation at my shop every day. Change them up every 2 or 3 weeks, so I guess I listen to each show 20 times or so. Thank you for your contribution in getting this genre out there. Your efforts do not go unnoticed. Tic a Fog Podcast, a podcast to shine a light on the Atlantic Canadian blues music !

Thanks to Michael Allen Engstrom from the Crossroads Blues Gallery


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #266, “And The Winner Is….”

Intro Song,
Lurie Bell , “Blues Is Trying To Keep Up With Me”, Can’t Shake This Feeling Traditional Blues Album

First Set
Eric Bibb, “The Happiest Man In The World”, The Happiest Man In The World, Acoustic Album
Doug MacLeod, “Big City Woman”, Live in Europe, Acoustic Artist
Bobby Rush, “I’m Tired”, Porcupine Meat, Best Album

Second Set
Joe Bonamassa,I Get Evil-Albert King”, Live at the Greek Theater, B.B. King Entertainer , Instrumentalist – Guitar
The Tedeschi-Trucks Band, “Bird On The Wire”, Live From The Fox Oakland, Band of Year, Susan won Contemporary Blues Female Artist, Rock Blues Album (Let Me Get By)
Jonn Del Toro Richardson, “Tengo Blues”, Tengo Blues, Best Emerging Artist Album
Kenny Neal, “Ain’t Gon Let The Blues Die”, Bloodline, Contemporary Blues Album, Contemporary Blues Male Artist

Third Set –
Bobby Rush, “Blind Snake”, Chicken Heads: A 50 Year History of Bobby Rush, Historical Album
Biscuit Miller, “She Likes To Boogie”, Wishbone , Instrumentalist – Bass
Victor Wainwright, “Wine Spodie Odie”, Family Roots, Pinetop Perkins Piano Player
Curtis Salgado, “Walk A Mile In My”, The Beautiful Lowdown, Song of the Year, Soul Blues Album, Soul Blues Male Artist

Thanks to Michael Allen Engstrom from the Crossroads Blues Gallery


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #265, Another Batch of Blues!

Intro Song,
Rolling Stones , “Hate To See You Go”, Blue & Lonesome

First Set
Coco Montoya, “Before The Bullets Fly”, The Hard Truth
The Jimmys, You Say You Will”, Live from Transylvania
Jon Zeeman, “All I Want Is You”, blue room

Second Set
The Billy Price Band,It Ain’t A Juke Joint Without The Blues”, Alive and Strange Billy Price
Lil’ Shaky and the Tremors, “I’d Rather Be Blind, Crippled and Crazy”, Aftershock
Bobby Messano, “Road to Oblivion”, Bad Movie
Anthony Rossano and the Conqueroos, “20 Days”, Self Titled

Third Set – WIB
Samantha Fish, “Chills & Fever”, Chills & Fever, Ruf Records
Lauren Mitchell, “(I Don’t Need Nobody To Tell Me) How TO Treat My Man”, Desire
Lisa Biales, “Messin’ Around With The Blues”, The Beat of my Heart

Fourth Set
The Dogtown Blues Band, “Same Old Blues”, Everyday
Lazy Eye, “Pocket the Black”, Pocket the Black
Ronnie Baker Brooks, “Wham Bam Thank You Sam”, Times Have Changed


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #264, BMA Nominee’s Blues!

The Blues Music Awards are Thursday May 11th in Memphis, TN! This show plays SOME samples from SOME of the great nominees! Good luck to all!

Intro Song,
Monster Mike Welch and Mike Ledbetter , “Cry For Me Baby”, Right Place, Right Time, Delta Groove Music, Mike Welch nomiated for Instrumentalist – Guitar, Mike Ledbetter is in the Nick Moss Band, nominated for Band of Year and Contemporary Blues Album, and Anthony Geraci is on the CD playing piano and Hammond Organ and he’s up for the Pinetop Perkins Piano Player!

First Set
John Primer and Bob Corritore, “Poor Man Blues”, Ain’t Nothing You Can Do, John Primer nominated for Traditional Male Blues Artist, Bob is nominated for Traditional Blues Album, Also on CD are Pinetop nominees Henry Gray and Barrelhouse Chuck, and bass nominee Patrick Rynn
Albert Castiglia, Let The Big Dog Eat”, Big Dog, nominated for Rock Blues Album
Kenny Neal, “Keep On Moving”, Bloodline, Cleopatra Blues, Nominated for Contemporary Blues Album, Contemporary Blues Male Artist

Second Set
Lurrie Bell,I Can’t Shake This Feeling”, Can’t Shake This Feeling, Delmark Records, Traditional Blues Album and Traditional Blues Male Artist
Bobby Rush, “Hoochie Man”, Chicken Heads – 50 year History, Bobby nominated for Historical Album; Porcupine Meat for Best Album, and Best Soul Blues Album
Victor QWainwright, “Buzz Me”, Family Roots, Pinetop Perkins Piano Player

Third Set – WIB
Doug MacLeod, “Home Cookin”, Live In Europe, Under the Radar Label, Acoustic Artist, and Historical Album
Janiva Magness, “Real Slow”, Love Wins Again, Contemporary Blues Female Artist
Vaneese Thomas, “Sweet Talk Me”, The Long Journey Home, Segue Records, Soul Blues Female Artist

Fourth Set
Jonn Del Toro Richardson, “Tall Pretty Baby”, Tengo Blues, Best Emerging Artist Album
Guy King, “A Day In A Life With The Blues”, Truth, Delmark Records, Best Emerging Artist Album
Knickerbocker All-Stars, “I Still Love You Baby”, Texas Rhody Blues, lead singer was Sugarray Rayford and he’s nominated for B.B. King Entertainer of Year, Contemporary Blues Male Artist,

BMAs are Thursday May 11th in Memphis


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #263, Honey Bee Blues!

Intro Song,
Steve Guyger , “The Honeydripper”, Radio Blues

First Set
Muddy Waters, “Honey Bee”, The Chess Set, Geffen Label, 1989
Albert Collins, Honey Hush (Takling Woman Blues)”, 35X35, Alligator Records
Stevie Ray Vaughan, “Honey Bee”, Couldn’t Stand The Weather

Second Set
Brandon Santini, “She’s Sweet Like Honey”, Songs of Love, Money, and Misery
Bob Corritore, “Bumble Bee”, Harmonica Blues,
Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers, “Queen Bee”, Soul Monster

Third Set – WIB
Fiona Boys, “Place of Milk and Honey”, Blues Woman
Hurricane Ruth, “Beekeeper”, Ain’t Ready for the Grave
Roxey Perry, “Goodbye Honey”, In My Sweet TIme

Fourth Set
Shemekia Copeland, “Honey Do The Voo-Doo”, The Soul Truth
Zac Harmon, “Honey Bee”, From The Root
JP Soars, “More Bees Than Honey”, More Bee With Honey
Kenny Neal, “Baby Bee”, Tribute to Slim Harpo and Raful Neal


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #262, Made From The Finest Cotton!

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Long live the music of James Cotton! This show highlights his life and music…

Intro Song,
James Cotton, “High Compression”, 35X35 Alligator Records, 2006

First Set
James Cotton and His Big Band, “Here I Am (Knockin’ At Your Door)”, Live From Chicago, Mr. Superharp Himself
James Cotton and His Big Band, “Hard Headed”, Live From Chicago, Mr. Superharp Himself
James Cotton, “Well I Done Got Over It”, Take Me Back, Blind Pig Records
James Cotton, “Take Out Some Insurance”, Take Me Back, Blind Pig Records
James Cotton, “Hungry Country Girl”, Take Me Back, Blind Pig Records

Second Set
James Cotton, “Boogie Thing”, 100% Cotton, Universe Records, 2009
James Cotton, “Dolly Put The Kettle On”, 3 Harp Boogie, Tomatoe Records, 1993
James Cotton, “With The Quickness”, Giant, Alligator Records, 2010
James Cotton, “Blues For Koko”, Giant, Alligator Records, 2010

Third Set
James Cotton, “Diggin’ My Potatoes”, The Best of James Cotton, Alligator Records
James Cotton, “Superharp”, The Best of James Cotton, Alligator Records
James Cotton, “Bonnie Blue”, Cotton Mouth Man, Alligator Records
James Cotton, “Sad Sad Day”, The Best of James Cotton, Alligator Records