The Deep Blues Show No . 124

The Deep Blues Show No. 124, aired on WEVL FM 89.9 Memphis
March 24, 2006, 2:00 PM (Friday)
The Deep Blues Show Music Log
Show Date: March 23, 2006
Show Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Show Number: 124

Earl Hooker Theres a Fungus Amung Us Dust My Broom
Lightning Hopkins The Gold Star Sessions, Vol. 2 Hammond Boogie (Organ Boogie)
Johnny Young Chicago Blues Strange Girl
Johnny Shines Evening Shuffle - The Complete JOB Recordings Please Don't (Take 1)
Junior Wells Blues Hit Big Town Can't Find My Baby
J.B. Lenoir Mojo Boogie - An Essential Collection I Feel So Good
J.B. Hutto & His Hawks Hawk Squat Hawk Squat
Johnny Shines & Snooky Pryor Back to the Country Corrine Corrina
Otis Spann The Blues Never Die! Feelin' Good
Pete Franklin Guitar Pete's Blues Six White Horses
Scott Dunbar From Lake Mary Blue Yodel
John Lee Hooker The Complete 50's Chess Recordings Leave My Wife Alone
Skip James Today! Crow Jane
Sleepy John Estes First Recordings w/Yank Rachell & Noah Lewis Selling the Jelly
Black Ace I'm the Boss Card in Your Hand Black Ace
Warner Williams Blues Highway Little Bit of Blues Theme
Mississippi Fred McDowell Good Morning Little Schoolgirl Look Way Down That Lonesome Road
Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup Look On Yonder Wall Keep Your Hands Off That Woman
Big Joe Williams Classic Delta Blues Crossroads Blues
Joe Callicott Mississippi Delta Blues in the 1960s, Vol. 2 Love Me Baby Blues (France Chance)
R.L. Burnside Mississippi Delta Blues in the 1960s, Vol. 2 I's Be Troubled
Elizabeth Cotton Shake Sugaree Fox Chase
K.C. Douglas Mercury Blues Your Crying Won't Make Me Stay
Reverend Gary Davis The Guitar and Banjo of Reverend Gary Davis Devil's Dream
Memphis Willie B. Hard Working Man Blues Lonesome Home Blues
Curtis Jones Trouble Blues Weekend Blues
Sunnyland Slim Sunnyland Train Decoration Day
Roosevelt Sykes Music Is My Business New York Boogie
Big Joe Duskin Big Joe Jumps Again! You're Gonna Miss Me (Part 2)
Mercy Dee Walton One Room Country Shack My Woman and the Devil
Memphis Slim Chicago Piano 1951-1958 Best Gal I Ever Had
Little Walter Blues With a Feeling Can't Hold Out Much Longer (alt.)
J.C. Burris Blues Professor Loneliness