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THE BLEND #6 (Broadcast 7/4/2016) - PLAYLIST



 


The Blend #6
Broadcast 7/4/2016
Host: Ira
Engineer: Wayne Allen
For: ex-patradio.fr



 
Burgundy Street Blues – Dr. Michael White – A Song for George Lewis
The Frim Fram Sauce – Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong – Me & You, You & Me:            Great Jazz Duets
Key to the Highway – Dr. John – The Pearls-New Orleans Piano
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Burgundy Street Blues – George Lewis and his Ragtime Band – Blues Born in New Orleans
The Frim Fram Sauce – Diana Krall – All for You
Key to the Highway – Derek & the Dominos – The Layla Sessions
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Everyday I Have the Blues – BB King – King of the Blues
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out – BB King – Let the Good Time Roll: The Music of Louis Jordan
I’m Just a Lucky So and So – Alberta Adams – Born with the Blues
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Havin’ Fun in New Orleans – Eddie Bo – The Pearls-New Orleans Piano
Sitting on Top of the World – Eddie Shaw and Wolf Gang – Living Chicago Blues, Vol. 1
Lonely in New York – Sophie Milman – Putumayo Presents: Women of Jazz
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Drift Away – The Neville Brothers – Treacherous Too: A History of the Nevilles
Walking in Memphis – Marc Cohn – Marc Cohn
Simple – Stickman Jones – Jukebox Cantina Combo Platter
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I Heard It Through the Grapevine – Marvin Gaye – Greatest Hits
Tracks of My Tears – Linda Ronstadt – Greatest Hits, Vol. 1
Rain – Cavu – Jukebox Cantina Combo Platter
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My Girl – The Neville Brothers – Live at Tipitina’s
Mickey’s Monkey – Martha Reeves & the Vandellas – Heat Wave-Dance Party
Nowhere To Run – Martha Reeves & the Vandellas – Heat Wave-Dance Party
I Met Him on a Sunday – Laura Nyro with Patti LaBelle and the Bluebells – Gonna Take a Miracle
The Bells – Laura Nyro with Patti LaBelle and the Bluebells – Gonna Take a Miracle
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Pretzel Logic
Kid Charlemagne
The Royal Scam
          Steely Dan – Citizen Steely Dan

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