Steppin’ out . . . .

Posted: June 6, 2015 in The Blues Come Calling

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Listen here to this week’s show:

Well, here we are with another edition of ‘The Blues Come Calling’ and not only in a new extended format, but in a new time slot too. So, we brought cheery greetings, after our trip in the Miskin Radio removals wagon, as we relocated from Blue rider trioour familiar Thursday night slot to join the friendly faces on the Saturday team . . . . . and we were very pleased to be there too. As ever, if you like the blues, then you’re definitely in the right place when ‘The Blues Come Calling’.

We kicked off our play list with ‘I Don’t Want To Sing The Blues No More’ from Chris Farlowe, which came from his 2005 album Hungry For The Blues . . . and we followed on with The Blue Rider Trio and their serenade to the virtues of ‘Sweet Home Kokomo’.

I Don’t Want To Sing The Blues No More – Chris Farlowe
Sweet Home Kokomo – The Blue Rider Trio
Tore Up – Duke Robillardmick_clarke-looking_for_trouble
Old Love – Otis Rush
West Coast Blues – Blind Blake
Steppin’ Out – Memphis Slim
Stop Watching Your Enemies – Koko Taylor
Looking For Trouble – The Mick Clarke Band
Good Morning Blues – Brian Cushion
The Devil & Me – Moreland & Arbuckle
You Can’t Get the Stuff No More – Tampa Red
Buried Alive In the Blues – Amos Garrett
I Ain’t Got You – Billy Boy ArnoldEldorado Cadillac
Lipstick, Powder & Paint – Big Joe Turner

All too soon, our time was running out and we set about clearing up the debris that accumulates during a show like this . . . . but not before we heard from Big Joe Turner and his much covered hit ‘Lipstick Powder & Paint’. So, with barely time to say a fond farewell, we were heading for home. But, if you enjoyed our playlist then here’s hoping you’ll be here same time same place next when ‘The Blues Come Calling’ again. Until then . . . . have fun!


Broadcast by Miskin Radio
6 June 2015

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