PDXBluescast – Show #4

It’s the Christmas edition of PDXBluescast, for your holiday listening pleasure! You’ll hear some cool new stuff, some rare and unreleased stuff, and there’s even a Christmas giveaway!

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  Title   Artist   Album
Down In The Bayou Kenny Lavitz Too Many Hats (2005)
Something Stinks The Strange Tones Crime-A-Billy (2005)
I'm Your Rudolph Dan Berkery & Herschel Yatovitz [unreleased]
Blue Lights For Christmas Ray Roberson & Neil Beese [unreleased]
Blue Lights Screamin' Kenny & The Doctor Rockit Band, incl. Rich Layton [out of print]
Every Day Will Be Like A Holiday Curtis Salgado Curtis Salgado & The Stilettos (1991)
Worried Life Blues Curtis Salgado & D.K. Stewart [unreleased]

    44 minutes     |     41 MB

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I really dig all the history you provide with the comments and intros. It would be great if you could come up with some old Brown Sugar tapes when Lloyd Jones was drumming for Paul Delay; or some Nazzare (sp) blues band archives with Mike Cross. They wandered out to La Grande, (my home stomps) in the 60′s and turned me on to the blues

Hey, Bailey Bob — thanks for your comment, and I’m glad you’re enjoying the show! I’m very interested in covering historical Portland blues music as well as current stuff, and I’m working on obtaining relevant recordings and converting them to digital format as necessary. Brown Sugar would definitely be on that list. Thanks again and keep listening!

Oh, this tickles me. Found you via the A&E article on Oregonlive.com. So fun to hear my old pal Curtis with D.K. My boyfriend was a Stiletto…so I’ll have to let him know about this. :)

How ’bout some Big Monti?

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