It’s rough out there . . .

Posted: September 11, 2015 in Hear This . . . . !

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Listen here to this week’s show:

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Well, welcome indeed to another 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 here, which we kicked off this week with a great piece of UK blues from Cyril Davies, who remains one of the iconic figures of the early UK blues scene and gave up playing banjo and guitar for the harmonica after hearing Little Walter play. . . . . for which we should be very grateful!  Coming right back to today, we followed on with Katie Bradley and something that she recorded for her Anchor Baby Sessions . . . Little By Little

Little by little . . . .
Country Line Special – Cyril Davies’ R&B All Stars (Pye International 45 – 1962)
Little By Little – Katie Bradley (Anchor Baby Sessions – 2015)
Certain Distance – Bob Malone (Blues DeLuxe – 2015)
North Fork River Blues – Dusty Roads (Dusty Roads – 2015)
I Love The Woman – The Fins (Bluesprint)

Pinetop’s Pick . . . .
Talk To Your Daughter – Doctor K’s Blues Band

Think it over . . . .
If You’re Coming – Stefan George (Stef’s Blue Bait Shop – 1996)
Think It Over – Steady Rollin’ Review (Featuring Louise Clare Marshall)
Duty Calls – Brothers Groove (Play The Game – 2014)
Basement Of My Heart – Rebecca Downes (Back To The Start – 2014)
Al King – It’s Rough Out There (Its Rough Out Here -1998)
Full Moon On Main Street – The Kinsey Report* (Edge Of The City – 1998)
Drink With The Devil – Kaz Hawkins & Her Band O’Men (Get Ready – 2014)

Well, we were very pleased to pull out Kaz Hawkins & Her Band O’Men and Drink With The Devil, which you can find on her 2014 album ‘Get Ready’. But that just about wrapped things up for this week’s edition of the Blues Come Calling. So, there was nothing left to do, but tidy up the records and CDs, put the smiling picture of the station boss back on the wall and head for the door, but not without a big thanks for your good company this week and the hope that you might be enticed back again next week, when we’ll be here, same time same place . . . . when the Blues Come Calling again. Until then . . . .have fun!

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