Mr Crump don’t like it . . . .

Posted: July 11, 2015 in The Blues Come Calling

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Listen here to this week’s show:

Well, with the heat of these sunny days you got an especially warm welcome to this week’s edition of The Blues Come Calling and if you like the blues, then you’re definitely in the right place, because we’ve got an hour of the best of the blues with yours truly The Commissioner.

Now, there are plenty of new blues releases around at present, which is very encouraging, and there’s some really good stuff too, not all of which did we have time to squeeze into this week’s show . . . . but there’s always next week! One particular joy was playing a few preview tracks from the forthcoming tribute album to celebrate Muddy Waters 100th birthday. The album is called ‘Muddy Waters 100’ and it’s due for release on 24 July and includes a host of big names of the blues, from which we provided a few tasters.

Judging by the feedback on last week’s show, you rather liked hearing Big Daddy Wilson, so we pulled out his latest album ‘Time’ again for another track. But, first we kicked off with an Australian group led by keyboard player, Lachy Doley and a track titled, Betch I’ll Getcha, from their latest album ‘Conviction’ . . . . and there was so much more . . . .

I’m ready
. . .
Betcha I’ll Getcha – The Lachy Doley Group
Love You In Every Way – Eugene Hideaway Bridges
The Mood That I’m In – Beth Hart
I’m Ready – Muddy Waters (ft. Johnny Winter)
Same Old Blues – Don Nix
32-20 Blues – Bob Dylan
Hot Little Mama – Mike Vernon & Los Garcia

Pinetop’s Pick
A Married Man’s A Fool – Blind Willie McTell

Good news . . . .
Good News – Muddy Waters (ft. James Cotton)
Miss Dorothy Lee – Big Daddy Wilson
Just Your Fool – Zkye Blue
Mr Crump Don’t Like It – The Double Decker Stringband
Another Man – Cyril Neville
Can’t Get No Grinding – Muddy Waters (ft. Billy Branch)
Get Back In Line – Roy Rogers

Well, sadly, time ran out on us as we were enjoying ourselves and we closed with some excellent slide guitar from bluesman Roy Rogers, then there was nothing left to do but clear up the CDs and records, put the smiling picture of the station boss back on the wall and head for the door. But, not before wishing you a great week and hoping that we might enjoy your good company next week, same time same place . . . . when once again The Blues Come Calling. Until then . . . . remember . . . have fun!

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