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IRA'S BLEND #41 - MORE SWAMP POP



IRA’S BLEND #41: MORE SWAMP POP
Broadcast 28-8-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Lightnin’ Slim – Rooster Blues
Silas Hogan – Runaround Blues
Henry Gray – Can’t Last Too Long
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Silas Hogan – Dark Clouds Rollin’
Silas Hogan – Hoo-Doo Blues
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Slim Harpo – Rainin’ in My Heart
Tab Benoit – Muddy Bottom Blues
Lazy Lester – You’re Gonna Ruin Me Baby
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Tex Ritter – I’m Wastin’ My Tears on You
Moon Mullican – You Don’t Have to Be a Baby to Cry
George Jones – You’re Still On My Mind
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JP Richardson ‘The Big Bopper’ – Chantilly Lace
Ivory Joe Hunter – Since I Met You Baby
Barbara Lynn – You’ll Lose a Good Thing
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Ervin Charles & Long John Hunter – Catfish Blues
Barbara Lynn – Sugar Coated Love
Philip Walker – Beaumont Blues
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Marcia Ball – Hot Tamale Baby
Long John Hunter & Lonnie Brooks – Alligators Around My Door
Mark Chesnutt – Somebody Save the Honky Tonks
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Randy and The Rockets – Let’s Do the Cajun Twist
Jimmy C. Newman – Cry Cry Darling
Cookie and The Cupcakes - Mathilda
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Jimmy Conley – Lovin’ Cajun Style
Johnnie Alllan – Love Fever
T.K. Hulin – I’m Not a Fool Any More
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Ron Bernard – This Should Go On Forever
Jivin’ Gene – Breakin’ Up Is Hard to Do
Belton Richard – Another Sleepless Night
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Warren Storm – The Prisoner’s Song
Freddy Fender – There Is Something On Your Mind
Jimmy Donley – Think It Over
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Phil Bo – Don’t Take It So Hard
Dale & Grace – I’m Leavin’ It Up to You
Margo White – Don’t Mess With My Man
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Phil Phillips – Sea of Love

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