PDXBluescast – Show #10

Wow — number 10! It’s been lots of fun so far, with more to come! We celebrate our tenth show with a set of exuberant blues, including some historical tracks from the archives and an unreleased song. You know what to do…hit that Download button, baby.

Don’t forget to drop me a line if you’ve got something you wanna say. Just post a comment right here on the blog, send e-mail to the address shown at right, or leave me a message at 206-203-3PDX (3739)! If you’re a Portland-area musician and would like your material featured on the show, send me e-mail for instructions on how to get it done.

  Title   Artist   Album   Where
Brown Bottle Rock Too Slim & The Taildraggers Tales Of Sin & Redemption (2003) 2:16
Goin' Down The Road Kinzel & Hyde Still Alive In America (2001) 5:36
Mean Old World Mick Clarke West Coast Connection (1988) 13:50
Madison Blues Mick Clarke West Coast Connection (1988) 20:49
No Lake Kenny Lavitz Too Many Hats (2005) 25:41
I'm On A Journey Duffy Bishop & Janice Scroggins Cascade Blues Association's Muddy Awards Hall Of Fame CD 28:15
Dust My Broom Curtis Salgado & D.K. Stewart [unreleased] 34:20

    44 minutes     |     40.3 MB

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I just love these Portland Blues Podcasts! I came to Portland in 1994 so I didn’t know about Mick Clarke’s brief stay here. Hey Patrick, who was the piano player on Madison Blues?? Killer.

I loved hearing Lynn’s song, it was very very tasty.

Sometimes I forget just how good DK Stewart is on keyboards until I am so unsubtlely reminded by something like Dust My Broom with Curtis.

Great show Pat. Every week I wonder how you are going to put something together good as the last week? Can you do it?

Need any more phone numbers? Hahahaha

That is Mr. Dover Weinberg on “Madison Blues.” I mentioned him before I played those two songs as having handled keyboards on that record, but I should’ve credited him specifically afterwards as well, because his playing on both tunes was definitely notable.

Thanks for the kind words, Terry. Actually, I find myself wondering each week how well the show will turn out, but stuff always seems to come together and it gets done. A lot of credit has to go to the artists, who see the show’s potential and generously agree to let me play their material.

Stay tuned — cool stuff is on the way…

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