Thursday, October 6, 2016

Breakfast With The Blues Play List Thursday October 6, 2016

Sitting in for AJ on the Thursday edition of KRVM’s Breakfast With The Blues.  We heard tunes from Fiona Boyes, Mitch Kashmar…their new albums…we also hear tunes from BB King, Buddy Guy, Big Walter Horton, Shemekia Copeland, Etta James, Tommy Castro, Junior Wells, Ursula Ricks and a whole lot more.  Check it out!  Blues…it’s what’s for breakfast!

Breakfast With The Blues with BoogieKing Steve 10/06/2016 05:00AM to 08:00AM
ArtistSong” from Album on Label
1.    Mitch Kashmar “Too Many Cooks” from west coast toast (2016) on delta groove
2.    Tab Benoit “Night Train” from Night Train To Nashville (2008) on Telarc
3.    Toni Lynn Washington “Evening” from Blue At Midnight on Tone-Cool
4.    Hope Waits “I'll Be Satisfied” from Hope Waits on radarproof
5.    Lawrence Lebo “It's Not The First Time” from The Best Of Don't Call Her Larry Blues Mix on On the Air Records
6.    Lavelle White “Stop These Teardrops” from Can't Live Without It
7.    B.B. King “I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town” from Let the Good Times Roll: the Music of Louis Jordan on Geffen Records
8.    Bobby "Blue" Bland “Stormy Monday Blues” from Smokey Blues
9.    Little Milton “To Love Somebody” from For Real on Malaco Records
10.  Fiona Boyes “One Rule For You” from Professin' The Blues
11.  Liz Mandeville “Clarksdale/Riverside Hotel Blues” from Clarksdale (2012) on Blue Kitty Records
12.  Ana Popovic “Grant Spivey” from Blue Room on ArtisteXclusive records
13.  Samantha Fish “Jim Lee Blues Pt. 1” from Wild Heart (2015) on Ruf Records
14.  Fiona Boyes “At The Crossroads” from Professin' The Blues
15.  Albert Collins “If You Love Me Like You Say” from Collins Mix: The Best Of
16.  Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater “Sugar Baby” from Flimdoozie
17.  Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson “Woke Up This Mornin'” from Doin' the Sugar Too on Rounder Records
18.  Deb Cleveland and Barbara Healy “Wild Women Don't Get The Blues” from Share the Love on mckena
19.  Jerry Zybach & John Bryson “Don't Go” from Blues From Eugene Vol. 1 on Pro-Arts Productions
20.  henry Cooper “On Your Way” from Gin Years, The on Independent
21.  Rae Gordon “That's Why” from Blue Lemonade on Independent
22.  Robin Rogers “Ain't No Use” from Treat Me Right on Blind Pig Records
23.  Eden Brent “Meet You Anywhere” from Mississippi Number One (2008) on Yellow Dog Records
24.  Hugh Laurie with Gaby Moreno “The Weed Smoker's Dream(Joe McCoy).” from Didn't It Rain on Warner Bros.
25.  Big Walter Horton “I'm Going Back Home” from Old Friends
26.  Junior Wells “Ships On The Ocean” from Hoodoo Man Blues on Delmark
27.  Little Walter “You're So Fine” from His Best (Chess 50th Anniversary Collection) (1997) on Chess
28.  Sonny Boy Williamson “I Don't Know” from His Best (1997) on MCA
29.  Trampled Under Foot “Mary” from BadLands (2013) on Telarc
30.  Ursula Ricks “Tobacco Road” from my street (2013) on Severn Records
31.  Becki Sue and Her Big Rockin' Daddies! “Mr. Lies” from Big Rockin' Boogie on Underworld Records
32.  B.B. King & Eric Clapton “Three O'Clock Blues” from Riding With The King
33.  Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan “Pride And Joy” from In Session [Live] on Stax
34.  Big Mama Thornton “Big Mama's Bumble Bee Blues” from With the Muddy Waters Blues Band (1966) on Arhoolie Records
35.  Big Maybelle “Goin' Home Baby” from Blues, Candy and Big Maybelle on Savoy Jazz
36.  Nina Simone “Do I Move You” from Nina Simone Sings the Blues on rca
37.  Etta James “Tell Mama” from Tell Mama The Complete Muscle Shoals Sessions [Remastered Reissue] on Chess/MCA
38.  Janiva Magness “The Devil Is An Angel Too” from The Devil Is An Angel Too (2010) on Alligator Records & Artist Management, Inc.
39.  Tommy Castro “Right As Rain” from Right As Rain (1999) on Blind Pig Records
40.  Keb Mo' “Whole 'Nutha Thang” from Suitcase (2006) on epic
41.  Shemekia Copeland “Wild, Wild Woman” from Wicked (2000) on Alligator
42.  Buddy Guy “I Smell Trouble” from Can't Quit the Blues (2 of 3) on Silvertone Records

43.  Buddy Guy “Where Is The Next One Coming From?” from damn right i got the blues on Silvertone

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