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THE BLEND #22: EXCELLO SWAMP POP & BLUES



The Blend #22: Excello Swamp Pop & Blues
Broadcast 19-6-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

The Things I Used to Do – Jimmy Dawkins
Think Twice Before You Speak – Jimmy Dawkins
Boogie Chillun – Slim Harpo
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Give Me Your Love – Marion James
I’ve Waited So Long – Mildred Woodard
Sittin’ and Drinking – Rose Davis
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Keep On Trying – Tabby Thomas
Fine Drivin’ Machine – Tiny Watkins
Five Minutes More – Charles Friday
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Bloody Murder – Otis Spann
Baby! I’m Stickin’ to You – Charles Friday
High Cost of Living – Jimmy Dawkins
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Don’t Let Nobody Know – Willie Baker
Mr. Buzzerd – Tabby Thomas
Make My Way in This World – Jimmy Dawkins
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Thank You – Bobby Powell
The Right One – Charles Friday
I Believe – Charles Friday
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I’m So Sorry – Slim Harpo
I Say I – Tabby Thomas
Chicago on My Mind – Jimmy Dawkins
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Jimmy’s Blues – James Stewart
All for Business – Jimmy Dawkins
Blues for Hippies – Otis Spann
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Darling Please Forgive Me – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
My Daddy Rocks Me – Trixie Smith
Send Me Pretty Mama – Ivory Joe Hunter
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When I Get Drunk – Eddie ‘Cleanhead’ Vinson
Uncle Bud – Billie Bland
Landlord Blues – Ivory Joe Hunter
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Let Me Love You Baby – Buddy Guy
Good Jumpin’ – Jimmy Witherspoon
Bobby Sox Blues – T-Bone Walker
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Keep On Churnin’ (Till the Butter Comes) – Wynonie Harris
Rock This House – Jimmy Rogers
I’m In the Mood for You – Annie Laurie
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I Love My Baby – H-Bomb Ferguson
Smokestack Lightning – Howlin’ Wolf

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