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THE BLEND #26: THE BLUES OF ROUNDER RECORDS



The Blend #26: ROUNDER RECORDS
Broadcast 3-7-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Robert Nighthawk – Mr. Bell’s Shuffle
J.B. Hutto – Jealous Hearted Woman
Jimmie Rogers & Ronnie Earl – Left Me with a Broken Heart
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Frank Hovington – Mean Old Frisco
Booker T. Laurie – Blues with a Feeling
Johnny Shines & Robert Lockwood, Jr. – Lonesome Whistle
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Luther “Guitar Junior” Johnson – Ain’t Treating Me Right
Tracy Nelson – I Feel So Good
The Holmes Brothers – Up Above My Head
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Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown – Sometimes I Slip
Magic Dick – Full Court Press
Rory Block – Since You Been Gone
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Professor Longhair – Boogie
Champion Jack Dupree – Give Me Flowers While I’m Livin’
Charles Brown – Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen
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Duke Robillard & Roomful of Blues – Texas Flood
Ronnie Eart – Green Light
Larry Davis – Help the Poor
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Ron Levy – Gimme a Break
The Persuasions – My Jug and I
Marcia Ball – Red Beans
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Bnois King & The Smokin’ Joe Kubek Band- You’re My Brand
Ann Peebles & Little Jimmy King – Full-Time Lover
Smokey Wilson – I Wanna Do It to You Baby
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Michelle Willson & Sugar Ray Norcia – You Got What It Takes
Irma Thomas & Jimmy McCracklin - Tomorrow
The Preston Shannon Band – Beale St. Boogaloo
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Johnny Nocturne Band with Kim Nalley – What a Way to Go
Lowell Fulson – Love Is the Bottom Line
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Robert Johnson – Sweet Home Chicago

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