When The Same Is Sublime

March 17, 2017 in Howls, Podcasts

Howlings back on the porch  pleading for vinyl and retelling an urban myth in-between playing some of the best blues and roots you’ll find on the net. So you’d kinda be silly not to listen, wouldn’t you?

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“Billy Lee Riley – Damn Jerry Lee!”

Stop Trying To Make A Fool Of Me Titus Turner  1949-1954
Bad Reputation Mark Cook An Evening With The Blues
Bad Avenue Lefty Dizz Chicago’s Best West & Southside Blues Singers Vol. 2
Crow Jane Blues Big Bill Broonzy, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry This Is The Blues
Aberdeen Mississippi Blues Rory Block Keepin’ Outta Trouble
Twelve String Mile Otis Taylor Fantasizing About Being Black
Cross Road Blues Terry Evans True & Blue
Dark Muddy Bottom Billy Lee Riley Classic Recordings 1956-1960
Old Time Religion Gillian Welch  Boots No. 1: The Official Revival Bootleg
Bad Case Of The Blues Sean Taylor Flood & Burn
My Handy Man Ain’t Handy No More Alberta Hunter Amtrak Blues
Laundromat Blues Albert King King Of The Blues Guitar
Drifting Blues Ike Turner & The Kings Of Rhythm            A Black Man’s Soul
Ordinary People Van Morrison The Philosopher’s Stone