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The Roadhouse 369

17 March 2012 170,500 views 2 Comments

The 369th Roadhouse full of great blues with a broad mix of new and old. Debbie Bond, Heritage Blues Orchestra, George “Harmonica” Smith, Erja Lyytinen, and James Booker fill the hour admirably, helping to assure another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard.

The Roadhouse Podcast 369 Show Notes

Chuck Leavell
Wish Me Well
Back to the Woods: A Tribute to the Pioneers of Blues Piano
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Studebaker John
Tumblin’ Down The Road
Old School Rocking
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Debbie Bond
You’re The Kind Of Trouble
Blues Roots Productions
Hearts Are Wild
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Levee Town
Funny Money
Pages of Paperwork
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Heritage Blues Orchestra
Get Right Church
Raisin’ Music
and still i rise
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Boo Boo Davis
Mike In Jail
Black & Tan
Mix&Dorp: Black & Tan Edits
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George “Harmonica” Smith & The Chicago Blues Band
Mellow Down Easy
Vintage Masters
Blues With A Feeling – A Tribute to Little Walter
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Moreland & Arbuckle
Who Will Be Next
Just A Dream
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Erja Lyytinen
Voracious Love
Songs From The Road
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Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin and Mike Sponza Band
Hard Feelings
Vizztone / Sonic Shapes
Blues Around The World
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Tab Benoit *
Next To Me
Medicine Man
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James Booker
Down in the River
King of the New Orleans Keyboard
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Koko Taylor
Time Will Tell
Deluxe Edition
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Monster Mike Welch
Sticky Whisket
Just Like It Is
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  • The Roadhouse #369 » SeaBlues said:

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  • Rob Baraszu said:

    Heritage Blues Orchestra does a great rendition of “Get Right Church”.

    I first heard this song at the tender age of 14 back in the classic rock days of 1974 by a British blues band Siren with Kevin Coyne. As youngsters in the hippie era, my friend and I found this sound strange and took it as somewhat of a joke, to be honest.

    It wasn’t until just a few years ago, now a “cultured” blues enthusiast thanks to thousands of hours of listening pleasure courtesy of The Roadhouse, Murphy’s Saloon, Raven ‘n Blues podcasts and more.

    I recommend listening to a truly kick a$$ version of GRC by The Ben Miller Band at http://youtu.be/NS0A2e9m_Nc

    Thanks for your dedication to bringing us the finest blues we’ve ever heard, Tony!

    BTW, to celebrate the recent 8th anniversary of The Roadhouse, I did a marathon, listening to the first 116 RH podcasts in order (except for #12 which I can’t seem to find) from the archives.

    It was great to hear all the commentary about the birth of podcasting and how the show grew and matured over the years.

    Many thanks, Tony, for your hard work and dedication!

    – Rob

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