The Deep Blues Show No . 149

The Deep Blues Show No. 149, aired on WEVL FM 89.9 Memphis
October 19, 2007, 2:00 PM (Friday)
The Deep Blues Show Music Log
Show Date: September 14, 2006
Show Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Show Date: September 15, 2006
Show Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Show Number: 149

Charlie Musselwhite Sanctuary My Road Lies in Darkness
Snooky Pryor & Homesick James The Big Bear Sessions Shake Your Boogie
Magic Sam West Side Guitar 1957-1966 Love Me This Way
Albert King Born Under a Bad Sign Crosscut Saw
Little Walter Blues With a Feeling Tonight With a Fool
Howlin' Wolf The Real Folk Blues/More Real Folk Blues Killing Floor
Otis Rush The Essential Otis Rush Groaning the Blues
Junior Wells Blues Hit Big Town Blues Hit Big Town (alt. take)
Willie Nix, The Memphis Blues Boy Sun Records: The Ultimate Blues Collection Baker Shop Boogie
Muddy Waters King Bee (My Eyes) Keep Me In Trouble
Paul Butterfield Blues Band An Anthology: the Elektra Years Born In Chicago
Pinetop Perkins Born In the Delta Look On Yonder Wall
Roosevelt Sykes The Return of Roosevelt Sykes Set the Meat Outdoors
Whistling Alex Moore From North Dallas to the East Side Boogiein' In Strassburg
Big Joe Duskin Big Joe Jumps Again! North to Alaska
Memphis Slim & His House Rockers The Come Back Nat Dee Special
Aaron Moore Boot 'Em Up! I Can't Stand to be Alone
J.B. Lenoir Mojo Boogie - An Essential Collection The Mojo (take 1)
John Lee Hooker The Complete 50s Chess Recordings Women and Money
Robert Nighthawk Bricks In My Pillow Seventy-Four (alt.)
Jelly Roll Kings Off Yonder Wall Have Mercy Baby
Big Mama Thornton With the Muddy Waters Blues Band 1966 Guide Me Home
Shakey Jake Good Time Huffin' and Puffin'
Scott Dunbar From Lake Mary Goodnight Irene
Lightning Hopkins Texas Blues Love Like a Hydrant
Cephas & Wiggins From Richmond to Atlanta Black Cat On the Line
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee California Blues Poor Boy From Home
Algia Mae Hinton Honey Babe Out of Jail
Gus Cannon Walk Right In Walk Right In
John Jackson Country Blues & Ditties T.B. Blues
Butch Cage & Willie B. Thomas Old Time Black Southern String Band Music Some Day Baby
Mississippi John Hurt The Best of Mississippi John Hurt Talking Casey