PDXBluescast – Show #6

Hey, it’s Show #6 of PDXBluescast! Sorry the show’s a little late this week. This time out we dig into some Portland blues history…but we also play some brand spankin’ new stuff, and we even give away that DK-4 CD — finally!

At the suggestion of Mike, a listener, I’ve added a “Where” column to the playlist, below; this tells you when in the show each tune starts. Mike wanted to have a quick way to check who’s playing when he hears something he likes.

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  Title   Artist   Album   Where
Bring It On Home Pete Karnes Blooz Band Dark Of The Woods (1979) 3:36
I Am A Witness Tom McFarland Band Live At The Jolly Roger Roadhouse (1985) 8:06
If You Lose Your Money Delmark Goldfarb Up To My Neck (2005) 14:24
Checkin' On My Baby Walter Guy Band Demo CD (2005) 17:30
Sweet Little Rider Aric Riley Talk About Trouble (2003) 22:21
Big Road Blues Steve Cheseborough Ham Hocks & Gravy (2003) 25:20
Just A Little Bit Miller Brothers Blues Band Live Blues (2005?) 30:34
Come Back Paul Jones with Mark DuFresne All My Friends Can Sing (1997) 34:24

    45.5 minutes     |     41.8 MB

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Since I am a relative new commer to the area (1994) it was great to hear Pete Karnes and Tom McFarland since I have never heard them before. Now I know what all the commotion was about!!
And Mark DuFresne … what a voice he has. I have seen him with Room Full Of Blues too and he always sounds great.
Good show this week Pat!!

[...] Pete Karnes is returning to town to see the film and to play a little (hear vintage Karnes cuts in Show #6, Show #11, Show #19 and Show #29), and the word on the street is that many other local blues [...]

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