The Deep Blues Show No . 198

The Deep Blues Show No. 198, aired on WEVL FM 89.9 Memphis
July 03, 2009, 2:00 PM (Friday)
The Deep Blues Show Music Log
Show Date: September 20, 2007
Show Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Show Date: September 27, 2007
Show Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Show Number: 198

Charlie Musselwhite Delta Hardware Blues for Yesterday
Big Jack Johnson & the Oilers Roots Stew So Long Frank Frost
Jelly Roll Allstars Must Be Jelly Jelly Roll Strut
Junior Kimbrough God Knows I Tried Tramp
Little Walter Blues With a Feeling Chicken Shack
Junior Wells Hoodoo Man Blues Hoodoo Man Blues
Little Willie Foster Chicago Blues Harmonicas Crying the Blues
Sonny Boy Williamson King Biscuit Time Too Close Together
Lil' Son Jackson Texas Blues Roberta Blues
Mance Lipscomb You Got to Reap What You Sow You Got to Reap What You Sow
Mississippi Fred McDowell Mississippi Fred McDowell Goin' Down to the River
Lonnie Johnson The Complete Folkways Recordings What a Difference a Day Makes
Skip James Blues from the Delta Crow Jane
Big Maceo The King of Chicago Blues Piano Anytime For You
Victoria Spivey Queen Victoria I've Got a Man In the 'Bama Mines
Honeyboy Edwards White Windows West Helena Blues
John Lee Hooker The Country Blues of John Lee Hooker Good Mornin', Lil' School Girl
Jesse Fuller Jazz, Folk Songs, Spirituals & Blues 99 Years
Sleepy John Estes I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More Down South Blues
Reverend Gary Davis Demons & Angels I'm Going to Sit Down On the Banks of the River
Bukka White The Complete Bukka White Aberdeen Mississippi B lues
Big Bill Broonzy Good Time Tonight I Want My Hands On It
Blind Willie Johnson Great Blues Guitarists - String Dazzlers When the War Was On
Robert Pete Williams Poor Bob's Blues Poor Boy, Long Way From Home
Baby Tate The Bluesville Years, Vol. 6 - Blues Sweet Carolina Blues What Have I Done to You?
Snooky Pryor Snooky Pryor Stop the Train Conductor
Homesick James The Bluesville Years, Vol. 2 - Feelin' Down on the South Side Johnny Mae
Howlin' Wolf The Real Folk Blues/More Real Folk Blues Built for Comfort
J.C. Burris Blues Professor One of These Mornings
Butch Cage & Willie B. Thomas Old Time Black Southern String Band Music Sneaky Ways
Brownie McGhee The Folkways Years, 1945-1959 Me and Sonny
Earl Hooker Play Your Guitar, Mr. Hooker Dust My Broom