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The Roadhouse 366

25 February 2012 6,360 views 3 Comments

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This edition of The Roadhouse perpetuates the feeling that blues is truly good-time music. Albert Cummings, James Harman, The Sugar Prophets, Doug MacLeod, and Dion move us through the hour. One song leads to the next and before you know it, you’ve experienced another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 366th Roadhouse.

The Roadhouse Podcast 366 Show Notes

Matt “Guitar” Murphy
Hey, Bartender
Bluzpik Media Group
Last Call
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Melvin Taylor & The Slack Band
Too Sorry
Evidence
Dirty Pool
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Albert Cummings
Tell It Like It Is
Self-Released
From The Heart
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Sherman Robertson
Guitar Man
Sledgehammer Blues
Going Back Home
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James Harman
Stranger Blues
Black Top
Icepick’s Story
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William Clarke
Daddy Pinnochio
Alligator
Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection
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The Sugar Prophets
Face Up
Just One Teaspoon Records
The Sugar Prophets
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Otis Taylor
Banjo Boogie Blues
Telarc
Otis Taylor’s Contraband
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Doug MacLeod
When I Left Missouri
Sledgehammer Blues
Come To Find
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Daddy Mack Blues Band
Trickle Down Blues
Inside Sounds
Pay The Piper
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Elvin Bishop
Bye Bye Baby
Delta Groove
Raisin’ Hell Revue
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Dion
Do You Love Me, Baby
Blue Heron
Tank Full Of Blues
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Keb’ Mo’
Victims of Comfort
Okeh
Keb’ Mo’
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Carlos Del Junco
Diddle It
Northern Blues
Steady Movin’
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3 Comments »

  • David Windsor said:

    Hi,

    Love your show.

    I know some blues you’ve never heard of, “Satan and Adam” Sterling Magee and Adam Gussow. Truly amazing duo.

  • kurt wahtera said:

    The Hamonica on “Diddle it” was the best I have heard in a long long time! Who was playing it?

  • Tony (author) said:

    That was Carlos Dl Junco. Excellent harp player.

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