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  • Nov 22,  · Geeze, so many artists are going to the big bandstand in the sky, a guy could fill an entire CD with remembrances. I must continually remind myself of why I include In Memoriam tracks: I’ve been holding them in the wings and now there is a reason to move ‘em to the top of the list.
  • Find famous and unknown Bands, Couples and Duos in the Western and Country Music. Complete A to Z list from all Artists including Website.
  • Merch from Busted Flat Records.
  • The Two-Minute Miracles. likes. One step, one step, one step.
  • Show Notes: Today’s program spotlights five popular blues artists of the ’s and 40’s, some who represent something of the mainstream blues sound of the period while others are more indvidulistic; Bumble Bee Slim, Bill Gaither, Joe Pullum, Doctor Clayton and Johnnie Temple. The death of hugely popular Leroy Carr in was a profound shock to the blues world.
  • Home › Stony Lonesome - Live At The House Of Miracles CD. Stony Lonesome - Live At The House Of Miracles CD. $15 00 $; Add to Cart. All tracks on the album are available to stream in the player below! Use the left and right arrow to scroll through the songs. Lead Me Home .
  • The song was played as a shuffle. Leiber and Stoller liked the song but felt that it was not quite right; the four held an overnight brainstorming session that culminated in the better-known version of the song, now with a rock -oriented groove and with a more bluesy feel, which matched the new lyric in which the singer was now actually on Broadway and having a hard time.
  • Show Notes: Cross my fingers, this is the first mix show in some time that I’m not featuring somebody who just passed away. Lots of interesting records on tap today including a set revolving around the Memphis Jug Band, twin spins of Eli Green, Cousin Joe, several tracks featuring New York artists Larry Johnson and Nat Riddles, some fine latter day Chicago blues and some exceptional pre-war.
  • What A Lucky Guy. Downloads are available as MP files. Album Notes. This album has sixteen original songs that should launch Jamie Watling into the main-stream and upon his death should honour him a place among such greats as Neil Young, James Taylor, and Jackson Browne. You are unable to pull this album out of the hand of anyone who owns one.