The BluzNdaBlood Show #274, Good Mourning, Blues!

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The BluzNdaBlood Show #274, Good Mourning, Blues!

Intro Song,
Little G. Weevil , “Dad’s Story”, The Teaser, 2012

First Set
Jack The Mack , “Good Man Gone”, Lookin’ Up!
Keb’ Mo’, “Momma, Where’s My Daddy”, Just Like You
Joey Gilmore, “As The Years Go Passing By”, Brandon’s Blues

Second Set
Curtis Salgado, “Walk A Mile In My Blues”, The Beautiful Lowdown
Reverand Raven and the Chain Smokin’ Altar Boys, “Just Count The Days That I’m Gone”, Shake Your Boogie
Marshall Lawrence w/ The Holmes Brothers, “Death’s Black Train”, House Call
Lloyd Jones, “When I’m Gone”, Highway Bound

Third Set
Pinetop Perkins, “Just Keep On Drinking”, Heaven
Watermelon Slim & The Workers, “Drinking & Driving”, The Wheel Man
The Jon Spear Band, “Bottom of the Bottle”, Hot Sauce
The Jukes, “Drinking All Night”, What A Night

Fourth Set
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, “Life Without You”, Soul To Soul
Eric Bibb & Danny Thompson, “Wish I Could Hold You Now”, The Happiest Man In The World
Coco Montoya, “Nothing But Love”, Suspicion

Rest In Peace, Dad!

Thanks to Richard from Florida who mailed me some money for the Tip Jar!


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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