One Big Happy Family

March 1, 2017 in Howls, Podcasts

Oh dear!  Just when you thought it was safe, Howling’s back on the porch. This week he’s treating all the pedants, flipping vinyl over and over and revealing family connections so nothings changed – its still a load of aold rubbish mixed in with some of the finest blues and roots music you’ll ever hear.

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Big Bill Broonzy – “Play him all night long”

It’s a Long Time Lowell Fulson Complete Chess Masters
Can You Use A Man Like Me? Luther Johnson Jr. The Chicago Blues Box
Sun Sinking Low Mr. Airplane Man Moanin’
Rain Shower Olu Dara In The World: From Natchez To New York
Fever Gloria Bosman Stop and Think
It’s A Good Thing Frank Stokes With Dan Sane The Beale Street Sheiks (Stokes & Sane) (1927-1929)
Unknown Blues Tarter & Gay Ragtime Blues Guitar (1927 – 1930)
The Damage Was Done Guy Tortora   Bluesman In A Boneyard
Pukarata Chala Aki Kumar Aki Goes To Bollywood
Glory Of Love Big Bill Broonzy Big Bill Broonzy Sings Folk Songs
Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning Corey Harris Between Midnight And Day
Cry, Cry, Cry Bobby Bland Ask Me ‘Bout Nothing (But The Blues)
Bango Billy & The King Bees The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968
Tribute to Muddy Johnny Winter The Progressive Blues Experiment