Gotta tell you . . .

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

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

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Well, we arrived with a big welcome to this edition of The Blues Come Calling and the prediction that if you liked the blues, then we had a whole hour of them here, kicking off with a little international flavour, in the form of Helsinki band, Tina Bednoff & the Cocktailers. They brought a track from their new, self titled album which is full of 40’s & 50’s rhythm and blues, including our opening number ‘Jump Sister Jump’

There were plenty of memories of recent choices too, including New Zealand band Tina Bednoff & The CocktailersBrilleaux, who were on our giglist recently during their current UK tour . . . . and more than impressive they were too. They delivered a rocking set inspired by the UK R&B bands of the 60s and brought a real sense of fun and excitement with their music. Welast week’s choice of Mike Sanchez & The Big Town Playboys with their version of ‘Shake Your Hips’ and it inspired a rummage in the archives for Slim Harpo’s original . . . and we didn’t come up empty handed . . . .

Shake you hips . . . .
Jump Sister Jump – Tina Bednoff & The Cocktailers (Tina Bednoff & The Cocktailers  – 2016)
Shake Your Hips – Slim Harpo (Excello 45 – 1965)
I Wish You Would – Brilleaux (Brillcream – 2016)
Katie Bradley & Matt Long – New Beginning (EP – 2016)debbie-bond_enjoy-the-ride
Turn Around – The Kingdom Brothers (Shine A Light – 2015)
Everything But Love – The Blues Issue (Bad Day For The Blues – 2016)
I Am The Blues – Debbie Bond (Enjoy The Ride – 2016)

Pinetop’s Pick . . .
Wang Dang Doodle – Koko Taylor

One more heartache . . .
Hot Little Mama – Johnny Guitar Watson
I Gotta Tell You – Big George & The Business (The Alleged Album – 2013)Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Bad Luck Blues – Al Lerman (Slow Burn – 2016)
One More Heartache – Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Got A Mind To Give Up Living – 2016)
She’s A Jaguar – Roy Rogers (Into The Wild Blue – 2015)
Hoochie Coochie Man – The Hitman Blues Band (The World Moves On – 2016)

Sadly, we were soon running out of time, so we decided to play out with a track from New York’s Hitman Blues Band, who are currently on their UK tour promoting their new album ‘The World Moves On’. Our choice was their inventive treatment of the classic ‘Hoochie Coochie Man’. So until the next time The Blues Come Calling remember . . . Have fun!

Broadcast by Cruising Radio
on 26 June 2016

 

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