Blues is our business . . . 

Posted: August 7, 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, whatever else might be happening in the world, we try to preserve a little oasis of good company and great sounds every week, here on The Blues Come Calling. This week was no exception and we arrived with new releases from Joe Bonamassa, Gary Hoey, David Vest, The Steve Summers Band and Redhouse. There was a little scratchy blues and a few past favourites for good measure too.

But, we kicked off our hour of the best of the blues with a preview of the new album by Joe Bonamassa. The album, ‘Live at The Greek Theatre’ is due for release on September 23rd and pays tribute to the three Kings of the blues – Albert King, B.B. King, and Freddie King. So, we gave ourselves a rousing start to the show with Joe’s ‘Let The Good Times Roll’ and followed on with something from an album called ‘Blues Stop Knockin’, featuring Lazy Lester & Jimmie Vaughan on ‘Ponderosa Shuffle’.Joe Bonamassa - Live at The Greek Theatre

Let The Good Times Roll
Let The Good Times Roll – Joe Bonamassa (Live at The Greek Theatre – 2016)
Ponderosa Shuffle – Lazy Lester & Jimmie Vaughan (Blues Stop Knockin’ – 2009)
The Blues Is My Business – The Groove Hogs (Wrong Side Of the Street – 2002)
Got To Find My Baby – Mick Clarke & Lou Martin (Happy Home – 2008)
Ain’t No Business We Can Do – Doctor Peter Clayton (Doctor Peter Clayton (1935-43) – 1993)
Coming Home – Gary Hoey (w. Lita Ford) (Dust & Bones – 2016)
A Hard Way To Go – Savoy Brown (Raw Sienna – 1970)Gary Hoey

Pinetop’s Pick
Shake Your Hips – The Rolling Stones (Exile On Main Street – 1972)

Built For Comfort
Biscuit Rollin’ Baby – David Vest (Devestatin’ Rhythm – 2016)
I’m Not Ashamed To Sing The Blues – Bobby Blue Bland (Midnight Run – 1989)
She Don’t Play By The Rules – Paul Wood (Blues Is My Business – 2001)
Built For Comfort – Roy Rogers & The Delta Rhythm Kings (Live at The Sierra Nevada Brewery Big Room – 2004)rainmakin
Second Hand Blues – Steve Summers Band (Rainmakin’ – 2016)
Shake Your Moneymaker – Redhouse (Play It Like You Mean It – 2016)

Now there are some albums that creep up on you from behind and become real earworms and David Vest’s latest album, ‘Devestatin’ Rhythm’, is one of those. So, you won’t be surprised that it’s been getting plenty of plays here, including our playlist choice ‘Biscuit Rollin’ Baby’, with plenty of David’s fine piano and vocal work.

If you come across an album called ‘Rainmakin’ by blues trio, The Steve Summers Band, do give it a listen because we liked it and particularly the track titled ‘Second Hand Blues’, which brought this week’s show nearly to the end. But, we found time to say our farewells, with the hope that you’ll be able to join us next week too, for another edition of The Blues Come Calling. Until then, we played out with one of Bristol’s best bands, Redhouse, with an old favourite ‘Shake Your Moneymaker’.

Broadcast by Cruising Radio
on 7 August 2016

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