PDXBluescast – Show #11

Hi there — glad you dropped in for Show #11. We spend part of this show focusing on the standout blues artistry of Alan Hager and the folks he’s played with over the years, then we open it up and get a taste of other Portland blues practitioners.

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  Title   Artist   Album   Where
Then Again I Might Alan Hager Something Up My Sleeve (2005) 2:40
Death Letter Terry Robb Acoustic Blues Trio (1994) 6:22
I Just Keep Loving Her Bill Rhoades & Alan Hager Runnin' & Ramblin' (1998) 14:12
Big Road Blues Alan Hager Something Up My Sleeve (2005) 16:36
Get On Down With Me David Vest Way Down Here (2003) 25:02
Blues (That Mean Old Twister) Aric Riley Talk About Trouble (2003) 28:42
I Can't Believe You Want To Leave Pete Karnes Blooz Band Dark Of The Woods (1979) 34:55
All I Want To Do King Louie & Baby James Live At The Waterfront Blues Festival (2005) 39:21

    51.5 minutes     |     47.3 MB

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Holy crap!
It just keeps getting better and better!
I had to listen to this one twice this morning on the way to work.
Alan Hager does not get enough attention so I hope this and his new CD get him some notice. What a talent! I love that David Vest CD, as well as his new one, there’s another guy who can play his *ss off. And if you see him live … watch his right leg, it has a life of it’s own! Loved the Pete Karnes track, sure wish I was around when he was playing here.
Nice job Pat … now you got me wondering … what are you going to do next week??

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