Archive for February, 2016

Red hot & blues

Posted: February 27, 2016 in The Blues Come Calling

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Listen here to this week’s edition of The Blues Come Calling:

Well, after the familiar intro theme, we kicked off The Blues Come Calling this week with power blues guitar man Brad Wilson and a track from his latest album Power Blues Live and it was a top choice, ‘All Kinds Of Fool. Now there seem to be plenty of new blues releases around just lately, so we were spoilt for choice, but we followed on with another from the new releases . . . . this time it was Jimmy Adler with ‘I Can’t Wait’, which you can find that on his new album Grease Alley . . .

I can’t waitBrad Wilson (Power Blues Guitar Live
All Kinds Of A Fool – Brad Wilson (Power Blues Guitar Live – 2016)
I Can’t Wait – Jimmy Adler (Grease Alley – 2016)
You’re Too Late Baby – George Shovlin & The Radars (Unconditionally Live-2016)
Lie To Me – Joe Cocker (First We Take Manhattan – 1999)
All By Myself – Dave & Phil Alvin (Common Ground – 2014)
Long Long Time – Rebecca Downes (Believe -2016)
Watching You – Carolyn Fe Blues Collective (Bad Taboo – 2014)

Pinetop’s Pick
Do Your Duty – Bessie SmithDave & Phil Alvin (Common Ground
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Blues Fall Down Like Rain – Mr Blue & The Tight Groove (Blues Dancer – 2009)
Handful of Riffs – Lonnie Johnson (Handful Of Riffs – 2012)
Red Hot & Blues – Thorbjorn Risager (From The Heart – 2016)
Change – Stevie Nimmo (Sky Won’t Fall – 2016)
Mellow Down Easy – Little Feat (Rooster Rag – 2012)
Well, we rounded off this week’s show with a very fine Stevie Nimmo (Sky Won’t Fallversion of ‘Mellow Down Easy’ and you may have heard many by others, but possibly not the version we closed with from Little Feat . . . . and if it sounded good to you, check out their 2012 album, Rooster Rag’ and you might surprise yourself.

But, we had run out of time on this week’s Blues Come Calling, so there was nothing left to do but head for the door, having first cleared up the records and CDs, put the smiling picture of the station boss back on the wall and waved everyone a cheery farewell. Then we were away, at least until same time same place next week. . . . . and remember . . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
on 27 February 2016

One mint julep . . . .

Posted: February 26, 2016 in Down at Kokomo's


Listen here to this week’s edition of Down at Kokomo’s:

Well, there was no doubting where we would be heading, as the hours of the night ticked away. We joined the familiar faces all making their way down the well trodden path to see what’s happening Down at Kokomo’s. Of course, there was the cheery face of Antoine at Mook Loxleythe door to give us his customary smile and, as we ambled in, there was the comforting sound of the playlist giving out with just what the ‘groovers’ had come for. Miss Rosie was in her own territory, behind the bar, ready to refresh everyone.

Jenny Takes A Ride – Mook Loxley
Shake Your Tailfeather – The 5 Du Tones
Hip Teens Don’t Wear Blue Jeans – Frank Popp Ensemble
Ask Anybody – The Ad Libs
Love & Happiness – Marc Broussard
The Sidewinder – Tamiko Jones
One Mint Julep – Mike Cotton Bandthe frank pop ensemble
Good Grease – Mark 3 Trio

Well, the Mark 3 Trio just about wound things up for this week. Miss Rosie got busy clearing the bar and tables, Jazzy G was reaching for his coat and Antoine was at the door seeing everyone out with a cheery ‘goodnight’. So, thanks for your good company and we hope that we’ll see you again soon ‘Down At Kokomo’s’ . . . . until then . . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
on 25 February 2016

Take a ride . . . .

Posted: February 26, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !

Listen here to this week’s Cruising with The Commissioner:

Well, there were plenty of things to compete for our attentions around the Grand Duchy this week and a few opportunities we couldn’t let pass without a measure of excitement. Our giglist is shaping up nicely and we added a date for the only UK appearance this year Cruising #2036 mrby Carlos Santana. He’s got a new album due out soon, which brings back many of the members from his first Santana band. We even got our hands on a preview copy of a track from the album, that certainly has recaptured that classic Santana sound.

Our cheery postman has been busy too, on our behalf, dropping in some excellent albums, including a couple from The Wentus Blues Band . . . . and no surprises, they get included in this week’s playlist. The Cruising researchers spotted quite a few birthdays (of those past and present) to celebrate, like Ernie K Doe, Fats Domino, Johnny Winter and Bobby Charles . . . . so, (you guessed) we had to include something by them amongst our choices. But before any of those, we kicked off with another birthday boy, Mitch Ryder, with his big hit ‘Jenny Takes a Ride’ . . . . . a highly recommended pastime amongst the Cruising Crew!

Cruising with the crew . . . .Jenny Takes A Ride - Mitch Ryder
Jenny Takes A Ride – Mitch Ryder
Leave My Kitten Alone – Johnny Preston
Knock Me A Kiss – Titus Turner
Tootles – Ernie K Doe
Let The Four Winds Blow – Fats Domino
That’s My Girl – Dee Clark
Sugar Shack – Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs
Tell Me How Do You Feel – Billy Fury

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All Of My Senses – Husker Du

Cruising anywhere to want to go . . . .
Anywhere You Want To Go – Santana
Hustled Down in Texas – Johnny Winter
Little Boy Blue – Duffy Power
Somebody Help Me – The Jaybirds
Key To Love – The Wentus Blues Band (ft Dick Heckstall-Smith)Key To Love - The Wentus Blues Band
54-46 That’s My Number – Toots & the Maytals

Pinetop’s Pick
Rock Island Line – Convicts of Cummin’s Farm

Cruising with the warm breezes . . . .
If You Want To Be Free – Green Lyte Sunday
Paper Sun – Traffic
Monday Morning – Tales Of Justine

Girls & GuitarsMonday Morning - Tales Of Justine
Close The Door – Christina Skjolberg

Cruising with the ‘soulies’ . . . .
Turning My Heartbeat Up – The MVPs
Wherever I Lay My Hat – Marvin Gaye

Doo Wop Stop
This Heart Of Mine – Curly Williams & Group
Lily Maebelle – The Valentines

Cruising just a little bit more . . . .Rocket 88 - Rufus Thomas
Laura Lee – Bobby Charles
Just A Little Bit Of Your Love – The Fortune Tellers
Rocket 88 – Rufus Thomas
My Guardian Angel – The Monorays

Our guests came by, as usual, with their own music choices and demonstrating such diverse tastes too. The Shake brought along one of his 45s by Minnesota’s 70s band Husker Du, which was way, way away from the scratchy blues that got featured in Pinetop’s Pick, the Convicts of Cummin’s Farm with possibly the first ever recording of that folk/blues classic ‘Rock Island Line’. Meanwhile, our Girls & Guitars featured focused this week on Christina Skjolberg, who was born and raised on the northwest coat of Norway and you may already know that she’s a left-handed guitarist who appeared on the Norwegian blues scene a couple of years ago. So, to demonstrate her style, we chose a track called ‘Close The Door’ from her most recent album called ‘Come & Get It’.

Then, the sands of time ran out for our cruising adventure and we turned for home with some rocking stuff by The Monorays. So, back where we started, we parked up the Cruise Mobile, gave it a quick polish, so it was all ready for next week . . . . when we’ll be back, same time, same place, with a seat saved especially for you. Until the next time we go Cruising with The Commissioner . . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
on 25 February 2016

Don’t let go . . . .

Posted: February 26, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !

Listen to this week’s Rocking Good Way show here:

Well, at the studio clock ticked around to 8pm, the Thursday night revels at Miskin Radio began in earnest. There was a cheery welcome at the top of the hour, as the rocking sounds came spilling out to signal the start of this week’s Rocking Good Way show . . . . althoughJivers 3 it it was not the familiar voice of Shakin’ Sharon that followed.

This week The Commissioner was sitting in again until Sharon comes rocking back from the recovery room . . . . soon, we hope! But, the show had all the familiar features, including the Doo Wop Stop, a Quirky Quest and Jukebox Roulette (where the Jukebox picks the tunes) and more. The playlist was filled to overflowing with great rockin’ toons, designed to get everyone reaching for their dancing shoes . . . . A few Fats Domino songs got sprinkled across the playlist to celebrate the Fat Man’s birthday this week and we kicked off the show with a suitably danceable Triple Shot . . . .

Rockin’ shoes . . . .Jerry Lee Lewis - The Return of Rock
Don’t Let Go – Jerry Lee Lewis
Just Because – Conway Twitty
Pretend – Carl Mann
Blood Sweat & Fears – Jack Rabbit Slim
Rockin’ Shoes – The King Brothers
Would You – Fats Domino
Tell Him No – Travis & Bob
Angela Jones – Johnny Ferguson
Cindy’s Birthday – Shane Fenton
Look At That Cadillac – The Stray CatsJack Rabbit Slim
Highway Patrol – Junior Brown

Here come the girls . . . .
Lucky Lips – Ruth Brown
Bobby’s Girl – Marcie Blaine
Tell Him – Billie Davis

Glad all over . . . .
Blue Boy – Jim Reeves
Weekend – The Kingsmen
You Ain’t Nothin’ But Fine – The Jets
Fabulous – Charlie GracieThe Jets - Bolt Of Lightning
Butterfly Baby – Barry Darvell & The Blazers
Glad All Over – Carl Perkins
Red Hot – Billy Lee Riley
I Was A Fool – The Slapbacks

Doo Wop Stop
Come Back Baby – The Wrens
When You Dance – The Turbans
Tippity Top – The Rays

Be my guest . . . .The Darts
Wondrous Place – Jimmy Jones
Handy Man – Del Shannon
Nine Times Out Of Ten – Ral Donner
Daddy Cool – The Darts
What Do You Want – Bobby Vee
Stop Fooling Around – Bobby Rydell
Pretty Pretty Baby – Jeff Beck & The Big Town Playboys
Voodoo Voodoo – Lavern Baker
Could’ve, Should’ve, Would’ve – The Jitters
Why Do Kids Grow Up – Randy & The Rainbows
You Can’t Stop Me Dreaming – Robin LukeThe Chips
Early In the Morning – Buddy Holly
Be My Guest – Fats Domino

Quirky Quest . . . .
Rubber Biscuit – The Chips

String along . . . .
Baby I Don’t Care – Elvis Presley
Mystery Girl – Jess Conrad
Sittin’ In the Balcony – Johnny Dee
String Along – FabianBaby I Don’t Care - Elvis Presley 2
How I Cry – Ernie Maresca
Tell Me Who – Big Maybelle
Bip Bam – Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
Ring -A-Ling – Johnny Otis

Well, all too soon, the studio clock said we had to close our playlist, although we had plenty more in store. But, we’re hoping that Shakin’ Sharon will be back next week . . . . because those black coffees (no sugar) are still appearing on Thursday nights (although they don’t get wasted)!

So, until the next Rockin’ Good Way . . . . have fun . . . . and keep rocking!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
25 February 2016

Just coastin’ . . . .

Posted: February 20, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !

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Listen here to this week’s edition of The Blues Come Calling:

Well, it got to 5pm on Saturday and the familiar theme music came wafting across the airwaves, signalling another hour full of excellent blues on this week’s edition of The Blues Come Calling . . . . and if you like the blues then it was definitely the right place to be.

As if to prove it, we kicked off the show with B.B. King and a track from his Ace album ‘Here’s one you didn’t know about’ . . . . but now we do, because that was ‘Shut Your Mouth’. Never missing a subtle hint, I quickly shut up, so we could all hear The Mr Hurricane Band featuring the great Charlie Wood on keys and vocals with ‘Tired Sad & Lonely’ . . . . and it all rolled on from there . . . .BBKing_cov72dpi_1

Shut Your Mouth – B.B. King (Here’s One You Didn’t Know About – 2015)
Tired Sad & Lonely – Mr Hurricane Band with Charlie Wood (Barcelona To Memphis – 2014)
Mind Your Bizzness – RB Stone (Some Call It Freedom, Some Call It The Blues – 2016)
You Can’t Get That Stuff No More – Adam Franklin (Outside Man – 2016)
It Never Rains But It Pours – Jon Lord (Blues Project – Live – 2011)
Lucky Strike Mama – The Wentus Blues Band (Lucky Strike Mama – 2016)Wentus Blues Band
She Rolls It Slow – Clifford Gibson (Rural Blues – 1929-1931)
My Baby Says – Laurie Morvan Band (Cure What Ails Ya – 2007)

Pinetop’s Pick
Nobody’s Fault But Mine – Alvin Youngblood Hart

Mr Chairman – Kelly’s Lot (Single -2016)
Just Coastin’ – Dave Meniketti (On The Blue Side – 1998)
When I Been Drinking – Rob Lumbard (Single – 2016)
If I Get My Hands On You – Will Wilde (Live In Hamburg – 2016)
I Ain’t Drunk – Fat Daddy Blues Band (Love & Kill Me – 2005)Dave Meniketti - On The Blue Side

Well, the sands of time ran out for us and we nearly didn’t notice . . . We were enjoying the music so much. But, sadly, Fat Daddy’s Blues Band had to be the last choice for this week’s show. Then, there was nothing left to do but head for the door, having first cleared up the records and CDs, put the smiling picture of the station boss back on the wall and wave everyone a cheery farewell . . . . . at least until the same time same place next week. So, until then . . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
on 20 February 2016

Are you still rocking?

Posted: February 19, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !

Listen here to The Commissioner sitting in on A Rocking Good Way:

Well, Thursday night rolled around and the unsuspecting got a surprise when they tuned in to hear A Rocking Good Way. Instead of the familiar voice of Shakin’ Sharon, they got a cheery welcome from The Rocking good way #11Commissioner, sitting in on this week’s edition of the show. Why? . . . well because Shakin’ Sharon was at home recovering from an operation and we wished her a speedy return to her rocking good health with a playlist of suitably rocking good music from TC . . . like this . . .

Don’t Let Go . . .Freddy Cannon
Tallahassie Lassie – Freddy Cannon
Shake It Up Baby – Frankie Dee
Sag Drag & Fall – Syd King & The Five Strings
Charlene – The Jets
Hot Rock – Johnny Carrol & The Hot Rocks
Fools Fall In Love – The Drifters
Mais Oui – The King Brothers
This Is The Night – Terry Dene
Cool Baby Cool – Don Lang & His Frantic Five.
Run What Yu Brung – Jack Rabbit Slim
Cool Baby – Charlie Gracie
Don’t Let Go – Dorsey Burnette
I Can’t Go On – Fats Domino
Looking For Love – Connie FrancisThis Is The Night – Terry Dene
Dynamite – Brenda Lee
Look Who It Is – Helen Shapiro
Uh Huh – Paul Anka
Cindy’s Birthday – Johnny Crawford
She’s The Most – Sugar Ray Ford
Blue Days Black Nights – Buddy Holly
Midnight Shift – The Hollies

Jukebox Roulette 
Don’t Tell Me Your Troubles – Shakin’ Stevens

Lookin’ For Love – Kris JensenDynamite - Brenda Lee
Doo Wop Stop
Cuttin’ Out – The Wonders
What’s Your Name – Don & Juan
Zing Zang Zoo – The G-Clefs

It’s been nice . . .
Wondrous Place – Billy Fury
It’s Been Nice – Marty Wilde
Apron Strings – Cliff Richard & The Drifters
Walk Of Life – The DiMaggio BrothersDi Maggio Brothers

Jukebox Roulette
Be Mine – Lance Fortune

Memories are made of this . . .
Tra La La – Lavern Baker
I’m Into Something Good – the Hicksville Bombers
Iddley Biddley Be – Ray Johnson
Betty Jean – Skip & Flip
Teenagers In Love – Woody Thorne
Memories Are Made of This – Little Richard
.Memories Are Made of This - Little Richard
Quirky Quest
I’m The King Of The Swingers – Louis Prima
Everybody razzle dazzle . . .  
Lollipop Mama – Wee Willie Harris
Choo Choo Ch Boogie – Louis Jordan Hey Boy, Hey Girl – Jeannette Baker & Oscar McLollie
Razzle Dazzle – Bill Haley & His Comets
It Ain’t The Meat It’s The Motion – The Swallows
Teenage Heaven – Eddie Cochran

Well if you weren’t swinging out to that playlist, you may need medical attention! But for those who were . . . . and wanted more, we ran out of time, long before we ran out of music. So, we had Eddie Cochran to close the show . . . . . . . and while it was fun sitting in for Shakin’ Sharon, here’s hoping she’ll soon be rocking back in person . . . because we like it like that here. But, with a thanks for your company . . . . we signed off as Sharon would . . . keep rocking!

Here I come again . . .

Posted: February 19, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !


Listen here to this week’s show Down at Kokomo’s:

Well, the nights are still chilly around Kokomo’s, but there are still plenty of friendly facesRobin Kelle who head this way to have fun until the midnight hour. But then, there’s always a very warm welcome Down at Kokomo’s, with plenty of good company and fine sounds to take us through to tomorrow.

We loved bringing back that Steve Miller song ‘Abracadabra’ by Robin McKelle, along with the smooth sound of Deon Jackson and Jean Shy’s rather fine reworking of the old gospel number ‘Elija Rock’. But, it all kicked off with Wynder K Frogg (otherwise known as famed UK organist, Mick Weaver) and an invitation to see what’s behind the Green Door . . . .

Green Door – Wynder K FroggJean Shy
Abracadabra – Robin McKelle
I Can’t Go On -Deon Jackson
Elija Rock – Jean Shy
The Boy From New York City – The Ad Libs
Work Song – James Royal
Ain’t Giving Up Nothing – Al King
Here I Come Again – Mighty Sam McClain

It was good to see the floor pretty full from early on and the Al Kingdancers seemed to enjoy the mid 60s sound from the likes of The Ad Libs, as well as James Royal’s take on the Nat Adderly and Oscar Brown JR composition ‘Work Song’. But, midnight crept up on us and, all too soon, it was time to wind things up Down at Kokomo’s . . . . Miss Rosie was busy clearing the bar and tables and Jazzy G was reaching for his coat and Antoine was at the door seeing everyone out. So, thanks for your good company and we hope that we’ll see you again soon Down At Kokomo’s . . . . but until then, remember . . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
on 18 February 2016


What’s it gonna take . . .

Posted: February 19, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !

Listen here to this week’s Cruising with The Commissioner:

Cheered by the daytime sunshine, we arrived in the Cruise Mobile at the appointed hour with a bright and breezy welcome to this week’s Cruising with The Commissioner. There were plenty of reasons to be cheerful too, including some encounters with friendly faces and some additions to our giglist.

This week, we welcomed back our guests The Shake Cruising #2035 mrand Arfa Pinetop with their choices for our playlist. The Shake brought along something from The Brothers & Sisters and Pinetop’s Pick went back to Chicago for a live performance with bluesman, Luther Allison. Later, our Doo Wop Stop included some fine examples by The Visitors and The Nitecaps.

We picked out a couple of pieces from the Chess label, including a great piece of musical story telling from Chuck Berry in ‘The Jaguar & The Thunderbird’, but the real inspiration came from Thom Hickey and his Immortal Jukebox blog (, where he wrote a great piece on Bo Diddley, saying that he remembers laughing out loud the first time he heard the opening lines of ‘Who Do You Love’ . . . . so we took another listen. But first, we set off with Jerry Bradford leading the vocals with The Spades on their 1961 Rebel 45 ‘Hey Hey’.

Who Do You Love . . . . Who Do You Love - Bo Diddley
Hey Hey – The Spades
Jump Children – Dave Bartholomew
Don’t Lie To Me – Fats Domino
Keep A Walkin’ – Bobby Darin
Will You Love Me – Marvin & Johnny
You Better Heed My Warning – Larry Dale & MIckey Baker’s Orchestra
Jaguar & Thunderbird – Chuck Berry
Who Do You Love – Bo Diddley

Girls & Guitars
Race With The Devil – GirlschoolRace With The Devil - Girlschool

What’s It Gonna Take – Charlie Wood
How Will It End – Barry Darvell
Don’t Go – Vince Everett

Commissioned by The Commissioner . . . . The Shake
Nobody Is Gonna Turn Us Around – The Brothers & Sisters

So Real – Barbara Mercer
I Won’t Let You Go – The Beat From Palookaville

Pinetop’s PickGive Me Back My Wig - Luther Allison
Give Me Back My Wig – Luther Allison

Cruising for the city lights . . .
Hello This Is Your Heart – Dennis Linde
This Is The Night – Alias Ron Kavana
Bye Bye Love – David Lindley

Doo Wop Stop
Until You Came Along – The Visitors
You’re Gonna Be Sorry – The Nitecaps

Cruising your way . . .You Can Have It Your Way - Thorbjørn Risager
I’m Your Puppet – Irma Thomas
You Can Have It Your Way – Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado
Girls All Over The World – Mike Sanchez & The Big Town Playboys
Wow Wow Baby – The Searchers
Groceries Sir – The Dukes
Bye Baby Bye – Doc Palmer

There were a few anxious moments last week, when some of the Cruising Crew thought we’d forgotten our Girls & Guitars feature. So, to comfort the easily unnerved we pulled forward and focused on all-girl band ‘Girlschool’ . They started out in South London, and after several changes of line up released their debut album ‘Demolition’ in 1980. We chose a track from that album with Kelly Johnson on lead guitar on their version of the hit for The Gun . . . ‘Race With The Devil’.

We geared up for a rocking finale that caused Mr Merlot to collapse from near exhaustion. But, we waved an bottle of fine wine under his nose and he revive quickly. Then we parked up the Cruise Mobile and gave it a quick polish, ready for next week, when we hope you’ll be back, same time, same place, to go Cruising with The Commissioner. Until then . . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
on 18 February 2016

Gotta sing the blues . . .

Posted: February 13, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !

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Listen here to this week’s episode of The Blues Come Calling:

Well, there’s no shortage of great blues around at the moment, with plenty of new albums getting released and more on the way. So, we arrived with so much music, we knew it couldn’t possibly all fit into this edition of The Blues Come Calling.

As if to prove it, we kicked off with Boston based guitarist and singer Lois Greco, with ‘Let Me Love You’ . . . . a track from her current album and we’re waiting on her new album, ’Earthly Pleasures Heavenly Blues. Then we followed up with the first of our new releases . . . Detroit’s Thornetta Davis with a preview of her new album, ‘Honest Woman’, Bonnie Raitt with ‘Gypsy In Me’ from her forthcoming ‘Dig In Deep’ album, then more new stuff from Adam Franklin, JW Jones, Rev Ferriday, The Wentus Blues Band and R.B. Stone.

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Let Me Love You – Lois Greco (Takin’ Hold Of Your Heart – 2010)
I Gotta Sing The Blues – Thornetta Davis (Single – 2016)
Pay Some Money – Billy Hamilton & the Lowriders (Pay Some Money – 2016)
Gypsy In Me – Bonnie Raitt (Dig In Deep – 2016)
Dr Jazz – Adam Franklin (Outside Man – 2016)
Coming After Me – JW Jones (Belmont Boulevard – 2016)
I Got The Blues – Babara Carr (Keep The Fire Burning – 2012)

Pinetop’s Pick
Red Hot Jam – Fleetwood Mac (Blues Jam in Chicago – 199?)Blues Jam

Everyday Lies
I Wanna Know – The Delgado Brothers (Learn To Fly – 2009)
Come On Over To My House – Oscar ‘Buddy’ Woods (Vocalion 78 – 1927)
Red Painted Lips – Rev Ferriday & The Longdogs – (Unforgettable True & Everyday Lies – 2016)
Thin Red Line – The Wentus Blues Band Lucky Strike Mama – 2016)
You Don’t Want Me – R.B. Stone (Some Call It Freedom, Some Call It The Blues -2016)

We dipped back to the 20s for some scratchy blues from Oscar ‘Buddy’ Woods and this week’s Pinetop’s Pick celebrated that classic Fleetwood Mac line up and guests on ‘Blues Jam in Chicago’.

We had plenty more in the pending tray, but, sadly, we came to the end of this edition of The Blues Come Calling before we could fit them all in. So, we saved them for next week and started heading for home, but not before we tidied up the records and CDs, put the smiling picture of the station boss back on the wall and waved everyone a cheery farewell . . . at least until next week. Because we hope you’ll be back again then, same time same place when once again The Blues Come Calling. Until then . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin radio
on 13 February 2016

Can’t get enough . . . .

Posted: February 12, 2016 in Hear This . . . . !


Listen here to this week’s edition of Down at Kokomo’s:

Well, we always look forward to the arrival of familiar faces Down at Kokomo’s and if Antoine has let you in, then you’re in for a treat because there’s lots of good company and and some very fine sounds courtesy of the Commissioner. And helping on our way to the midnight hour,we kicked off our play list with a classic instrumental from Motown’s own Earl Van Dyke . . . . and the space on the dance floor Down at Kokomo’s quickly filled up, especiallywith the invitation to boogaloo . . .

Can I Get a Witness – Earl Van Dyke
Boogaloo No 3 – Roy Lee Johnson
A Man Like Me – Jimmy James
I Can’t Stand It – Maria Muldaur
Can’t Get Enough – Thornbjorn Risager
The More You Do It (The More I Like It) – Ronnie Dyson
Wonderwall – Mary Bridget Davies
Swinging The Blues – Jimmy McGriff

Well, we got almost to the midnight hour with a couple of great jazzy numbers from Mary Bridget Davies and the great Jimmy McGriff, So, until next week, same time, same place Down at Kokomo’s . . . have fun!

Broadcast by Miskin Radio
11 February 2016