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The Blend #32: TURN IT UP…LOUD R&R
Broadcast 27-7-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

The Rolling Stones – Start Me Up
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Workin’ for MCA
Led Zeppelin – Out on the Tiles
Peter Haycock& Steve Hunter – The Idler
U2 – Bullet the Blue Sky
The Who – Baba O’Riley
Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
The Black Crowes – My Morning Song
The James Gang – The Bomber
Sonny Landreth – Levee Town
Johnny Winter – Good Time Woman
Alvin Lee – No Limit
James Brown – Mother Popcorn, Pt. 1
Blues Traveler – What’s for Breakfast
Jefferson Airplane – Hey Frederick 
Joe Walsh – Meadows
The Rolling Stones – Monkey Man
Led Zeppelin - Kashmir
Little Feat – Spanish Moon
Robin Trower – Too Rolling Stone
Robin Trower – Bridge of Sighs


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