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The Roadhouse 329

11 June 2011 6,394 views One Comment

The 329th Roadhouse is an exercise in discovery. But, that’s what’s made it easy to pull together 329 hours of great blues. Eugene “Hideaway” Bridges, Nine Below Zero, Grayson Capps, Eric Bibb, and Super Chikan & Watermelon Slim provide the joy of new blues discovery in this edition. And if it’s new you know it’s another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 329th Roadhouse.

The Roadhouse Podcast 329 Show Notes

Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers
Delta Groove
Almighty Dollar
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Solomon Burke
I Gotta Be With You
Verve Forecast
Hold On Tight
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What Was I Thinking
I Need A HatAmazon mp3 | iTunes | eMusic

Eugene “Hideaway” Bridges
Baby I Like
Rock and a Hard Place
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Nine Below Zero
Secret Records
Cold Cool Heart
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Grayson Capps
John The Dagger
The Royal Potato Family
The Lost Cause Minstrels
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Doug MacLeod
Zu-Zu Woman
Fresh! From Reference Recordings
Brand New Eyes
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Eric Bibb
Tell Riley
Troubador Live
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Super Chikan & Watermelon Slim
Trucking Blues
Northern Blues
Okiesippi Blues
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Jimmy Rogers *
Chicago Bound
Chicago Blues: A Living History – The (R)Evolution Continues
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Ray Manzarek & Roy Rogers
Fives And Ones
Blind Pig
Translucent Blues
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EG Kight
I’m Happy With The One I Got Now
Blind Pig
Lip Service
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Jeff Healey
I’m Torn Down
Mess O’ Blues
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One Comment »

  • Thomas Maler said:

    This issue is absolutely another of the greatest new blues you have never heard and I had real hard time trying to decide on my favourite cut(s), the whole thing is so excellent.

    But after listening to the whole thing a few times, I decided that one of my favourite songs is the Downchild cut and being Canadian band and actually knowing Donnie Walsh did not hurt either. So imagine my dismay to learn that even though the album I need a Hat was released in 2010, it is NOT available in the Canadian iTunes store, only in the US. So the best well known Canadian band album is NOT available in Canada. Does that suck or what?

    I’d buy it on the US iTRunes store, but Canadians are NOT allowed to shop on the US iTunes store, because our credit card is registered in Canada.

    There is something wrong, either with iTunes or with the music industry. I am a music consumer and I am not allowed to purchase music from a Canadian band.

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