The Deep Blues Show No . 162

The Deep Blues Show No. 162, aired on WEVL FM 89.9 Memphis
November 30, 2006, 6:00 PM (Thursday)
The Deep Blues Show Music Log
Show Date: November 30, 2006
Show Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Show Date: December 1, 2006
Show Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Show Number: 162

Mance Lipscomb Texas Country Blues Texas Blues
Jesse Fuller Brother Lowdown Jesse's New Midnight Special
Joel Hopkins The Hopkins Brothers Home With Mama
John Lee Hooker That's My Story Wednesday Evenin' Blues
Lonnie Johnson with Elmer Snowden Blues, Ballads & Jumpin' Jazz I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly Roll
Black Ace I'm the Boss Card in Your Hand Lowing Heifer
Mississippi Fred McDowell This Ain't No Rock N' Roll Jim, Steam Killed Lula
Reverend Gary Davis At Newport Buck Dance
Big Joe Williams 15 Downhome Country Blues Classics Brother James
John Jackson Country Blues & Ditties I'll Step Aside
Driftin' Slim & His Blues Band Somebody Hoo-Doo'd the Hoo-Doo Man Jonah
Shakey Jake Good Times Jake's Blues
Johnny Shines & Snooky Pryor Back to the Country Trouble In Mind
Sleepy John Estes w/Yank Rachell & Hammie Nixon Newport Blues NYC Breakdown
Algia Mae Hinton Honey Babe Going Down This Road
Skip James Blues from the Delta Sick Bed Blues
Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup Look On Yonder Wall You'll Be Old Before Your Time
Homesick James Goin' Back in the Times Better Know What You're Runnin' From
Dr. Ross Boogie Disease Taylor Mae
Jimmy Witherspoon Evenin' Blues Cane River
Jelly Roll Kings Rockin' the Juke Joint Down Honeydrippin' Boogie
Junior Kimbrough & the Soul Blues Boys All Night Long Stay All Night
Cedell Davis The Horror of it All Coon Can Mattie
J.C. Burris Blues Professor Hold Me Tight
J.B. Lenoir J.B. Lenoir 1951-1954: His JOB Recordings I Want My Baby
Muddy Waters I'm Ready Lonely Man Blues
Magic Sam West Side Guitar 1957-1966 21 Days in Jail
Johnny Young Chicago Blues Walter's Boogie
Junior Wells Messin' With the Kid: Junior Wells 1957-1963 Two-Headed Woman
Earl Hooker Play Your Guitar, Mr. Hooker All Your Love
Robert Nighthawk Bricks In My Pillow Kansas City
Albert King Born Under a Bad Sign I Almost Lost My Mind