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IRA'S BLEND #29: BLUES...NO THEME...JUST BLUES

The Blend #29: BLUES...NO THEME...JUST BLUES
Broadcast 17-7-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Chuck Willis - C.C. Rider
Jimmy Reed - Big Boss Man
Memphis Slim - Just Let Me Be
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Howlin' Wolf - Evil (Is Going On)
Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley
T-Bone Walker - When the Sun Goes Down
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Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights, Big City
Elmore James and His Broom Dusters - Standing at the Crossroads
Big Joe Turner - The Chill Is On
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Big Joe Williams - Crawlin' King Snake
Muddy Waters - I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man
Big Joe Turner - Midnight Special Train 
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Muddy Waters - Rollin' and Tumblin'
Big Maceo - Big Road Blues
Tampa Red - You Got to Reap What You Sow
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Percy Mayfield - Are You Out There
Jimmy Witherspoon - Baby, Baby
Dave Bartholomew - High Society Blues
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Little Esther - The Deacon Moves In
Brownie McGhee - Bad Blood
Otis Rush - Bad Luck
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Bumble Bee Slim - I Done Lost My Baby
Bessie Smith - Kitchen Man
Mississippi John Hurt - Candy Man Blues
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Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson - I'm Gonna Wind Your Clock
Big Bill Broonzy - Get Back
Jimmy Rogers - Sloppy Drunk
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Jimmy Rushing - Lotsa Poppa
Sonny Boy Williamson - The Key to Your Door
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - Alligator Wine 
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Ivory Joe Hunter - Send Me Pretty Momma
Lightnin' Hopkins - Lightnin' Piano Boogie
Roosevelt Sykes - Third Degree Blues
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Bo Diddley - Little Girl
Sonny Terry - Walk On
Ivory Joe Hunter - Send Me Pretty Momma
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Bessie Smith - Gimme a Pigfoot
B.B. King - You Done Lost Your Good Thing

    

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