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The Roadhouse 105

17 February 2007 11,855 views 5 Comments

nullThe 105th Roadhouse Podcast starts year three with a broad view of the blues. Those broad stylings start with great cuts from Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88s, Blind Willie McTell, Tommy Castro, Snooky Pryor, and Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown. Strong and lean from that starting point, the 105th Roadhouse Podcast is a little more than an hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard.

The Roadhouse Podcast 105 Show Notes

Burton Gaar
Because of You
Black and Tan
Digital Only


Early Hour BluesPee Wee Crayton
Blues At Daybreak
Blind Pig
Early Hour Blues [eMusic]

Solid Gold CadillacMitch Woods and His Rocket 88s
Solid Gold Cadillac
Blind Pig
Solid Gold Cadillac [eMusic]

Byther Smith
Black and Tan
Digital Only [eMusic]

Break 1


The Toronto SessionsArchie Edwards
One Thin Dime Blues
Northern Blues
The Toronto Sessions [eMusic]

Statesboro Blues: The Early Years 1927-1935Blind Willie Mc Tell
Statesboro Blues
The Early Years: 1927 – 1935 [eMusic]

Running FreeTom Doughty
Some These Days
Corker Music
Running Free

Break 2

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Storms of LifeBernard Allison
Down South
Tone Cool
Storms of Life [eMusic]

PainkillerTommy Castro
It Ain’t Easy Being Me
Blind Pig

Show Me the MoneySmokin’ Joe Kubek and B’Nois King
Mirror, Mirror
Blind Pig
Show Me The Money [eMusic]

Billy Jones *
Bad Luck
Black and Tan
Digital Only [eMusic]

Break 3

30 Years of Stony PlainMaria Muldaur, Taj Mahal
Ain’t What You Used To Have
Stony Plain
30 Years of Stony Plain [eMusic]

Shake My HandSnooky Pryor
In This Mess
Blind Pig
Shake My Hand [eMusic]

State of GraceHolmes Brothers
Those Memories of You
State of Grace


Johnny\'s Blues: A Tribute to Johnny CashClarence “Gatemouth” Brown
Get Rhythm
Northern Blues
Johnny’s Blues: A Tribute To Johnny Cash [eMusic]

Total Running Time: 61:43
Total Premium Running time: 61:38

* The Roadhouse Premium only


  • Dana Huff said:

    Tony, out of curiosity, how do you tell how many listeners you have had? You mentioned on this week’s podcast that you’d picked up about 200 listeners (that’s great — congrats), but how can you tell? I was just curious.

  • Tony Steidler-Dennison (author) said:

    My Libsyn numbers show 200 more downloads than the first week for the previous and other weeks. I had highs in the Feedburner numbers last week, too. The Feedburner numbers are always a bit tougher to gauge, but they do show an increase over the norm.

  • Edward Chmura said:

    Hi, Tony.

    Listening to your latest (which was absolutely fabulous, by the way) in which you asked the newbies to write in, so here it is.

    I am an American (Chicago) podcaster living in Tokyo and I came across your podcast in the podfeed.net listing of top 100 podcast feeds based on FeedBurner data (http://www.podfeed.net/feedburner_rankings.asp).

    I have been spreading the word both among family, friends, and acquaintances, and on my JAPUNDIT blog (http://japundit.com/archives/2007/02/19/5067/). I also will give you a mention on Japan Talk next weekend, so keep that good blues music coming!

    All the best,

    Edward Chmura/jp

    Japundit Blog: japundit.com
    Japan Talk: japantalk.org
    Jindiecast: jindiecast.com
    Tokyo, Japan

  • Noah Bratzel said:

    Hey Tony, excellent show! I especially like these episodes that you describe as having “diverse styles”. I also really like it when you feature music that’s available on emusic, and include the links in these show notes. So convenient to add it to my collection. Thanks!

  • Tim Davis said:

    Where have you been all this time! Your station is great. You play stuff you would never hear on the radio. Its about time a station plays the REAL blues.

    Thank You,

    Tim Davis