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The Roadhouse 108

10 March 2007 9,330 views One Comment

nullOnce again, we brush up against what might actually be a theme show in the 108th Roadhouse Podcast. It’s a boogie blast, full of rolling piano, growling harps and all the uptempo jump blues you’ll need to get through the week. This week’s edition features Roy Rogers and Norton Buffalo, Charlie Wood, John Long, Charlie Musselwhite, and The Twisters. Chair-dancing and steering-wheel-pounding is encouraged for this hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 108th Roadhouse Podcast.

The Roadhouse Podcast 108 Show Notes

The Return of the Formerly BrothersAmos Garrett, Doug Sahm, Gene Taylor
Coming Back Home
Stony Plain
Return of the Formerly Brothers [eMusic ]


Steve Johnson
Let’s Be Bad
ACM Records
Let’s Be Bad [eMusic]

Travellin\' TracksRoy Rogers and Norton Buffalo
Mercury Blues
Blind Pig
Travellin’ Tracks [eMusic]

After HoursPinetop Perkins
The Hucklebuck
Blind Pig
After Hours [eMusic]

Break 1


Charlie Wood
Inside Sounds
Lucky [eMusic]

King Biscuit Boy
Ashamed of Myself
Stony Plain
aka King Biscuit Boy [eMusic]

Break 2

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Lost & FoundJohn Long
Hokum Town
Delta Groove Productions
Lost and Found [eMusic]

Alone With the BluesPaul Oscher
Standing At The Crossroads
Alone With The Blues [eMusic]

All I WantJohn Mooney
Feel Like Hollerin’
Blind Pig
All I Want [eMusic]

Break 3

Country GhettoJJ Grey and Mofro *
Country Ghetto

Deluxe EditionCharlie Musselwhite
Mean Ole Frisco
Deluxe Edition

Real TimeDeanna Bogart
Bite The Bullet
Blind Pig
Real Time [eMusic]

Break 4

Living With the BluesDuke Robillard
I’m Mad About it
Stony Plain
Living With The Blues [eMusic]

After the StormTwisters
Bye-Bye Bird
Northern Blues
Twisters [eMusic]


Gravel RoadMagic Slim
Further On Up The Road
Blind Pig
Gravel Road [eMusic]

Total Running Time: 60:11
Total Premium Running Time: 59:13

*The Roadhouse Premium only

One Comment »

  • Simon from the Gold Coast said:

    Loved the show Tony, particularly Roy Rogers and Norton Buffalo, who I was lucky enough to see at Byron Bay in Australia in 1993. They are so exciting and if you get the chance, see them. RR is one of the best and most inventist guitarists I have ever seen.