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THE BLEND #2 (Broadcast 28/3/2016) - PLAYLIST



The Blend #2
Recorded 23/3/2016
Host: Ira
Engineer: Wayne Allen
For: ex-patradio.fr

 


Beware, Brother, Beware
Somebody Done Changed the Lock On MY Door
BB King – Let the Good Times Roll / The Music of Louis Jordan
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I Came Home This Morning
Last Clean Shirt
Rufus Thomas – Blues Thang
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Don’t Call Us
Take a Giant Step
Taj Mahal – Like Never Before
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Pair and a Spare
Messin’ Around With the Blues
Alberta Adams - Born with the Blues
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The Right Tool for the Job
Louisiana 1927
Marcia Ball – Let Me Play with Your Poodle
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I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)
Dr. Feelgood (Love is a Serious Business)
Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved a Man the Way That I Love You
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Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)
Move Over
Janice Joplin – Greatest Hits
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I Will Not Be Denied
I Ain’t Gonna Let You Break My Heart Again
Bonnie Raitt – Nick of Time
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Give Up the Funk –  Parliament
Dazz – Brick
The History of Funk, Vol. 4
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Just Got Back from Baby’s
Just Got Paid
ZZ Top – The ZZ Top Six Pack
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Swamp Music
Ballad of Curtis Lowe
The Essential Lynyrd Skynyrd

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