Sunday Morning Blues: October 2nd, 2016

Sunday Morning blues birthday tributes began the show this week: Lindsay Buckingham, James Hunter, Keb Mo,’ Albert Collins and the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan, who would have turned 62 on October 3rd.

Oh Well
Fleetwood Mac Live (1980)
Fleetwood Mac

Riot in My Heart
People Gonna Talk
James Hunter

It Hurts Me Too
The Door
Keb Mo

Willie the Wimp
Live Alive
Stevie Ray Vaughan

Ice Pickin’
Albert Collins

Stompin’ Ground
Aaron Neville

Fat Man in the Bathtub
Dixie Chicken
Little Feat

I Walk on Gilded Splinters
Dr. John

I’m a Fool to Care
A Fool to Care
Boz Scaggs

Paying the Cost to Be the Boss
Crossroads Revisited
BB King with the Robert Cray Band/Jimmie Vaughan & Hubert Sumlin

I Feel Lucky
True Love
Pat Benatar

Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Ten Years After

White Man’s Blues
Winter Blues
Edgar Winter

Blood is Thicker Than Water
The Royal Gospel
Royal Southern Brotherhood

All Your Love
Blues Masters Vol. 2: Postwar Chicago
Otis Rush

Turn on Your Love Light
The Gregg Allman Tour
Gregg Allman

All Torn Up
Out from the Center
The Bruce Katz Band
CHOOSE YOUR BLUES with Smitty from Pawtucket – A tribute to piano man David Maxwell!

Blues for David Maxwell
Maxwell Street
Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters

Cadillac Mama
Fins, Chrome and the Open Road
David Maxwell, Kim Wilson & Nicole Nelson

She’s a Pleaser
Brian Templeton with David Maxwell

Crazy for My Baby
The Songs of Willie Dixon
Christine Ohlman/sonny Landreth with David Maxwell

Mountain Climbing
Raise Your Voice
Joe Bonamassa

Crosscut Saw
L.A. Blues Authority: Fit for A. King
Leslie West

Stormy Monday
In Session
Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan

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