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sirdroseph

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Posted: Nov 22, 2011 - 5:41pm

On WUSC earlier:

Blues Moon Radio playlist for Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011

Thanksgiving (food) and a tribute to John F. Kennedy are tonight's themes.
No matter what happens in life, there is always room for gratitude.
Drink Small - Livin' in a Barbeque World from his new single!
Visit his FB page at: www.facebook.com/DrinkSmall
...and be sure to answer the quiz question with "Clair DeLune's Radio Show!" - what fun to be a quiz question! Who knew that would ever happen? Not I!

Robert Johnson / Come on in My Kitchen

Red Rodney Sextet / Dig This Menu Please

Joe Liggins and his Honeydrippers / Pink Champagne

New Legacy Duo / She Can Cook Good Sallet

Blind Boy Fuller / Meat Shakin' Woman

Louisiana Red / Turkey Killer

Robert Lighthouse / Turkey Leg Woman

Lead Belly / Diggin' My Potatoes

Brownie McGhee / Picking My Tomatoes

Arthur Weston / Pea Vine Special

Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers / Sugar

Mark Sallings / Sugar Sweet

Kenny Sultan and Tom Ball / Sweet Temptation

Freddy Brown / Whip It to a Jelly

The Jelly Roll Kings / Jelly Roll Stroll

Tarter and Gay / Brownie Blues

Big Walter Horton / Put the Kettle On

The Beale Street Sheiks / Half Cup of Tea

J.B. Hutto and the Hawks / Pet Cream Man

Albert Collins / Too Many Dirty Dishes

Anson Funderburgh / Don't Want No Leftovers

Steve Jacobs and Artie Sherman / Left Overs

**ID** Elvin Bishop

Bessie Smith / Nobody in Town Can Bake a Sweet Jelly Roll Like Mine

Laurence "Luckyman" Beall / Hoe Cake

Taj Mahal / Cakewalk into Town

Blind Boy Fuller and Sonny Terry / I Want Some of Your Pie

King David's Jug Band / Sweet Potato Blues

Mississippi John Hurt / Candy Man Blues

Freddie Vanderford / Coffee

Hope Waits / Cigarettes and Coffee

**ID** Saffire

Saffire, the Uppity Blues Women / Sweet Substitute



We will close the show with a tribute to JFK, on the sad anniversary of his death, with a song by:

John Lee Granderson - A Man for the Nation

Alexandra

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Posted: Nov 22, 2011 - 4:56pm


Joe Bonamassa's comin' to town!!!!!   Like....soon!
 
 
Finally!
 
 
No one's going to want to pay that much.

Alexandra

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Posted: Nov 18, 2011 - 7:16pm

Heard this just now on an episode of "Lie to Me" - so very cool. Probably one of the best "mood music" songs evah....

 


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Posted: Sep 16, 2011 - 9:10pm

Oh yeah...



 (Joe Cocker)
Look out baby, I'm in a dangerous mood
Look out, baby, I'm in a dangerous mood
I done called up the boss man
Told him where to go and just what to do

Call me crazy, I did what I had to do

(B.B. King)
You can call me crazy, well, I did what I had to do
I had to steal a little time, baby
So I could spend it all on you

(Joe Cocker)
I parked the car down the street and I unplugged the phone
So it would look just like ain't nobody home

(B.B. King)
I put a rose on your pillow where you lay your pretty head
I'm gonna rub your tired shoulders, bring your dinner to the bed

(Joe Cocker)
Look out, baby, this man's in a dangerous mood
I had to steal a little time, baby
So I could spend it all on you, talk to me

(Guitar solo)

(B.B. King)
I'm gonna light a candle, put champagne on ice
If one time ain't enough, well, we'll just have to do it twice

(Joe Cocker)
I done made myself a will, called my next to kin
'Cause I'm gonna love you over and over and again and again

Look out, baby, I'm in a dangerous mood
I had to steal little time, girl
So I could spend it all on you

(B.B. King)
Look out, baby, I'm in a dangerous mood

(Joe Cocker)
You know it
Look out, baby, I'm in a dangerous mood
I got this one last paycheck, baby
And I'm gonna spend every dime on you, oh yeah

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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 10:16am




Mule Skinner Blues...


 
swell_sailor

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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 6:19am

 Alexandra wrote:


Ok, thanks for the info—good to know—shows how much I can recognize guitars....{#Stupid}
So like I was saying...wouldn't you LOVE to be the guy playing BASS with him?? I don't know if I could concentrate on what I was doing..I'd sort of stop and stare at Stevie and go....{#Eek}

{#Lol}
 
Yeah. That would be cool. 
Alexandra

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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 6:18am

 swell_sailor wrote:

That would be Tommy Shannon, on bass. They were a three man band until Reese Wynans joined them on keyboards.

There's a reason why Reese joined the band. The guy had crazy fingers. He was a great complement to Stevie. 

 

Ok, thanks for the info—good to know—shows how much I can recognize guitars....{#Stupid}


So like I was saying...wouldn't you LOVE to be the guy playing BASS with him?? I don't know if I could concentrate on what I was doing..I'd sort of stop and stare at Stevie and go....{#Eek}

{#Lol}



swell_sailor

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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 6:15am

 Alexandra wrote:


I thought I saw another guitarist standing just to his left.....it didn't look like a bass, but I could be wrong.....
 
That would be Tommy Shannon, on bass. They were a three man band until Reese Wynans joined them on keyboards.

There's a reason why Reese joined the band. The guy had crazy fingers. He was a great complement to Stevie. 
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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 5:58am

 swell_sailor wrote:

He didn't play with a rhythm guitarist, but I get your point.

 

I thought I saw another guitarist standing just to his left.....it didn't look like a bass, but I could be wrong.....
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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 5:50am

 Alexandra wrote:


Most definitely.  Wow, bokes, thanks for posting—I thoroughly enjoyed that one. I love watching his face while he plays—-so blissed out and in that "zone." He makes it look so frickin easy, doesn't he? I can't believe he can let go and just play with his left hand—since all I've ever played is acoustic, I'm trying to think of how that's even possible! And wouldn't you love to be the guy playing rhythm guitar with him?

WOW. {#Notworthy}
 
He didn't play with a rhythm guitarist, but I get your point.
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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 5:43am

 bokey wrote:

He does a couple excellent versions of Voodoo Chile also.He and Hendrix were definitely from the same planet.
 

Most definitely.  Wow, bokes, thanks for posting—I thoroughly enjoyed that one. I love watching his face while he plays—-so blissed out and in that "zone." He makes it look so frickin easy, doesn't he? I can't believe he can let go and just play with his left hand—since all I've ever played is acoustic, I'm trying to think of how that's even possible! And wouldn't you love to be the guy playing rhythm guitar with him?

WOW. {#Notworthy}
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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 3:33am

Quote: Prematurely taken from this world, Magic Sam may have had the talent to become the greatest exponent of West Side Blues, perhaps even eclipsing both Otis Rush and Buddy Guy.
We will never know, yet more than 30 years following his death, the music of Magic Sam still remains vital and alive to this day.




Freddie King's Boogie Funk, based on Magic Sam's Boogie. Freddie King played some
time in Magic Sam's band. Both died of a heart attack (age 42 and 32) and didn't live
long enough to know how influential they would become. I read that Freddie King
played about 300 gigs a year, until his death.



Tremendous version of Going Down (5:20), as well, BTW.  No mistake about it, not even in this poor sound quality.

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Posted: Sep 15, 2011 - 12:33am

 Alexandra wrote:
Holy crap, I'd never heard Stevie's cover of Little Wing until Bluesville played it today. . . . . and just. . . . . WOW.


 

 
He does a couple excellent versions of Voodoo Chile also. He and Hendrix were definitely from the same planet.




Alexandra

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Posted: Sep 14, 2011 - 7:51pm

Holy crap, I'd never heard Stevie's cover of Little Wing until Bluesville played it today.....and just.....WOW.


 


Alexandra

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Posted: Sep 7, 2011 - 4:40pm

I know it's technically jazz, but......two of my very favorite Louis Jordan classics...


And then, to be fair....



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Posted: Aug 24, 2011 - 4:49am

 Geed wrote:
the blues

 


{#Arrowd} Buzz, I hope you'll post some pics of the blues gods!


Geed

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Posted: Aug 23, 2011 - 9:36pm

the blues


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Posted: Aug 23, 2011 - 8:02pm

 buzz wrote:
Phils Folk Fest had an acoustic blues workshop on Sunday morning. Tom Rush, Jorma Kaukonen, Bavid Bromberg and Roy Book Binder. Freakin awesome.
 
There were 2 other groups involved, but they didn't belong on the same stage with these gods. 
 
dang
buzz

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Posted: Aug 23, 2011 - 8:01pm

Phils Folk Fest had an acoustic blues workshop on Sunday morning. Tom Rush, Jorma Kaukonen, Bavid Bromberg and Roy Book Binder. Freakin awesome.
 
There were 2 other groups involved, but they didn't belong on the same stage with these gods. 
Alexandra

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Posted: Aug 23, 2011 - 7:54pm

I heard a superb recording of this on XM's "Bluesville" on the way home tonight....I don't think this is quite the one, but close. I absolutely loved the reverb on the guitar as it sings out its little riffs, and the wandering bassline in other parts....and it was very, very crisp.



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