The Deep Blues Show No. 437

The Deep Blues Show No. 437, aired on WEVL FM 89.9 Memphis
July 2, 2018, 8:00 AM (Monday)
Untitled document The Deep Blues Show Music Log
Show Date: April 25, 2013
Show Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Show Date: April 29, 2013
Show Time: 8:00 - 10:00 am
Show Number: 437

Artist Album Song
Big Joe Turner The Essential Recordings  3. Roll 'Em Hawk 
Charlie Musselwhite Blues Never Die  6. River Hip Mama 
Carey Bell Brought Up the Hard Way  8. 85% 
Frank Frost Jelly Roll Blues  13. Janie On My Mind 
J.B. Lenoir 1951-1954: His J.O.B. Recordings  17. When I Was Young 
Little Walter Confessin' the Blues  2. Rocker 
Little Whitt & Big Bo Moody Swamp Blues  3. Mean Old World 
Memphis Slim All Kinds of Blues  8. Frankie and Johnny Boogie (Inst.)
Paul Butterfield Blues Band The Original Lost Elektra Sessions  13. Mellow Down Easy 
T-Bone Walker The Complete Imperial Recordings  2-11. Long Distance Blues 
Champion Jack Dupree Back Home In New Orleans  9. The Blind Man 
Sonny Boy Williamson King Biscuit Time  17. Radio Program 
Big Mama Thornton Men Are Like Street Cars, Vol. 2  2-7. Hound Dog 
Little Richard The Georgia Peach  25. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 
Muddy Waters I'm Ready  11. That's Alright 
Pinetop Perkins Born In the Delta  6. How Long, How Long Blues 
Roosevelt Sykes The Honeydripper  7. Satellite Baby 
Mercy Dee Walton The Bluesville Years, Vol. 4: In the Key of the Blues  1. One Room Country Shack 
Big Maceo The King of Chicago Blues Piano  8. I Got the Blues 
Speckled Red Biddle Street Barrelhousin'  18. All On Account of You 
St. Louis Jimmy Goin' Down Slow  1. Poor Boy 
Big Walter Horton  Can't Keep Lovin' You  3. Tin Pan Alley 
Johnny Young Chicago Blues  15. Sometimes I Cry 
Tampa Red You Can't Get That Stuff No More  9. I Oughta Bite You 
Lightnin' Hopkins All the Classics  3-23. Automobile Blues 
Johnny Jones Live In Chicago With Billy Boy Arnold  3. Sloppy Drunk Blues 
LIttle Brother Montgomery Chicago: The Living Legends  1. Home Again Blues (Inst.) 
Curtis Jones Trouble Blues  4. Please Say Yes 
Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry At the 2nd Fret  8. Motorcycle Blues