Blues Show 412

Colin James – Into the Mystic – Limelight
Dago Red – Longer & Safer – Cicada
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters – Ain’t That Lovin’ You – The Luckiest Man
Kim Wilson – Same Old Blues – Blues and Boogie, Vol. 1
Trevor Sewell – Someday – Calling Nashville
Jerry Reed – Tupelo Mississippi Flash – Nashville Underground
Jim Roberts and The Resonants – Tupelo Fool – – Beneath the Blood Moon
John Lee Hooker – Tupelo Blues – Country Blues of John Lee Hooker
Benjamin William Pike – Bless the Bad Days – A Burdensome Year
Ed Snodderly – The Down Home – The Record Shop
Catfish Keith – Mississippi River Blues – Mississippi River Blues
Quinn Sullivan – Something For Me – Midnight Highway
Blind Blake – Come On Boys Let’s Do that Messin Round – The Rough Guide To The Blues Songsters
Daddy Stovepipe & Mississippi Sarah – The Spasm – The Rough Guide To The Blues Songsters
Doug MacLeod interview and:
Doug Macleod – Break The Chain – Break The Chain
Doug MacLeod – Mr. Bloozeman – Break the Chain
Doug MacLeod – Who’s Driving This Bus – Break The Chain
Big Bill Broonzy – Long Tall Mama – ********
Albert King – As The Years Go Passing By – Born Under A Bad Sign
Marquise Knox – Shine In The Rain (Live) – Black and Blue (Live)
Lucinda Williams – Factory Blues – This Sweet Old World
J.J. Cale – Same Old Blues – Okie
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters – You Don’t Know What Love Is – The Luckiest Man
Shaun Murphy – Gypsy Highway – Mighty Gates
Gaelle Buswel – Freedom Tonight – New Day’s Waiting
John Hackett Band – Never Gonna Make a Dime – We Are Not Alone
Joanne Shaw Taylor – Mud Honey – Dirty Truth
The Della Grants – Lay My Head – Time For Change
Harry Manx – Further Shore -Om Sweet Ohm
John Verity – Blues In Heaven – Blue To My Soul
Albert Cummings – Cry Me A River – No Regrets
Pops Staples – World In Motion – Peace To The Neighborhood
Gwyn Ashton – Shine Lover Shone – solo elektro
Larkin Poe – Come On In My Kitchen – Peach
Davey Graham – I Can’t Keep From Cryin’ Sometimes – Folk, Blues & Beyond
Henry Ragtime Texas Thomas – Don’t Leave Me Here – The Rough Guide To The Blues Songsters

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