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THE BLEND #5 (Broadcast 3/4/2016) - PLAYLIST




 
The Blend #5
Broadcast 3/4/2016
Host: Ira
Engineer: Wayne Allen
For: ex-patradio.fr

Roots Woman – Corey Harris – Between Midnight and Day
Six O'Clock Blues – Lucky Peterson – Triple Play
Cherry Red Wine – Luther Allison – Blue Streak
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We're Outta Here – Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown – No Looking Back
I Could Deal With It – Little Charlie and the Nightcats – Straight Up
She Puts Me In The Mood – Elvin Bishop – Big Fun
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Low Down Dirty Shame – Carey Bell – Deep Down
Evil – Koko Taylor – Queen of the Blues
Blues Lover – Steady Rollin' Bob Margolin – My Blues and My Guitar
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Baby, Baby, Baby – Roy Buchanon with Delbert McClinton – Dancing on the Edge
Somebody Loan Me a Dime – Fenton Robinson – Somebody Loan Me a Dime
Look On Yonder's Wall – Hound Dog Taylor – Hound Dog Taylor & The Houserockers
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Hard Lovin' Mama – Katie Webster – No Foolin'
I Ain't Got You – Sugar Blue – Blue Blazes
A Quitter Never Wins – Tinsley Ellis – Storm Warning
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Stingaree – Charlie Musselwhite – In My Time
Diggin' My Potatoes – James Cotton – High Compression
Been Gone Too Long – Billy Boy Arnold – Eldorado Cadillac
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Don't Pick Me For Your Fool – Son Seals – Bad Axe
Something To Remember You By – Albert Collins with Johnny Copeland – Showdown
If You Have To Know – Lonnie Mack with SRV – Strike Like Lightening
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Action Man – Cephas & Wiggins – Cool Down
Bayou Blood – Kenny Neal – Bayou Blood
Man Smart (Woman Smarter) – C.J. Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band – Too Much    Fun
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T'aint Nobody's Business – Saffire-The Uppity Blues Women – Old, New, Borrowed and         Blue

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