Sunday Morning Blues: 1/6/13

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This week, the show began with a birthday tribute to legendary harp player and lead singer Kim Wilson. After breaking out of Austin, Texas in the late 70’s, Kim went on to be a frequent guest on dozens of blues and rock releases, including a few of Ronnie Earl’s albums.

Wilson still fronts the Thunderbirds when they convene for recording or touring and somehow finds time to put together the occasional solo album! We played the title track from his “Tigerman” album and also a track he cut with Jimmy Rogers’ All-stars, a unit that included Eric Clapton, Stephen Stills, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, among others. Jimmy was a guitarist from Chicago who passed away as this CD was being finished. “Blues Blues Blues” is indispensable in your collection!

We also had to play some Elvis Presley since the Blues and Country music inspired him to take the next step into rock and roll. After all, its the King’s birthday on January 8th!

Sunday Morning Blues Playlist: 1/6/13

Introduction/Wait on Time
Fabulous Thunderbirds

Kim Wilson

Double Trouble
Now My Soul
Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters

Trouble No More
Blues Blues Blues
Jimmy Rogers’ All-Stars

Parachute Woman
Beggar’s Banquet
Rolling Stones

Write Me a Few Lines
Bnues Masters Vol. 7: Blues Revival
Mississippi Fred McDowell

Sweet Mama Janisse
The Hidden Treasures of…
Taj Mahal

Lookin’ Good
Goin’ Home
Paul Rishell & Annie Raines

Stone Survivor
After the Rain
Irma Thomas

Buried Alive in the Blues
Janis Joplin

Crying Won’t Help You
Singing the Blues
BB King

Right Place, Wrong Time
King of the Blues (Box Set)
BB King & Bonnie Raitt

Riley B. King
Robben Ford

Sweet Georgia Brown
Thank You, Les
Lou Pallo/Johnny A

One Foot in the Blues
There is Always One More Time
Johnny Adams

Turn on Your Love Light
The Gregg Allman Tour
Gregg Allman

Real Good Woman
Johnnie Be Back
Johnnie Johnson

Reconsider, Baby
Essential 60’s Masters Vol. 1
Elvis Presley

CHOOSE YOUR BLUES with Dave Cushman:

Boot it up
Peter Frampton

Showbiz Blues
The Mathematics of love
Peter Parcek

Serves You Right to Suffer
Tommy Castoro

Bad Year Blues
These Are the Days
Albert Castiglia

The Rest of the Playlist:

Boot Mill Blues
Deja Blue
Gary Hoey & James Montgomery

Flip, Flop and Fly
Live and On the Move
The James Cotton Band

Jumping Jack Flash/Youngblood
The Concert For Bangla-Desh (George Harrison and Friends)
Leon Russell

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