PDXBluescast – Show #14

Hi there — thanks for dropping by for show #14. Sorry this one got posted late…just one of those “life gets in the way” things, y’know? Anyway, this week you get to hear some more vintage Razorbacks music, as promised, plus some great stuff from new Portland resident Frank “Paris Slim” Goldwasser. And more, of course…

Don’t forget — next week we’ll have Lloyd Jones right here, LIVE in the PDXBluescast studios, and during the show he’ll draw the winning entry for an autographed Lloyd Jones CD! Have you entered yet??? If not, be sure to listen to this show to find out how, and then get your entry in!

Wanna get in touch? I hope you do! You can post a comment right here on the blog, send e-mail to the address shown at right, or leave me a voice 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
Pinto Squire The Strange Tones Crime-A-Billy (2005) 2:09
It Ain't Right Steve Cameron & Dave Mathis The Blues Police (2001) 5:37
More Love, Less Attitude The Razorbacks More Love, Less Attitude (1986) 13:44
Chevy Lovin' The Razorbacks More Love, Less Attitude (1986) 17:34
Haunted House Baladi Blues Band [unreleased] (2005) 24:02
I Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Steal My Jellyroll The Lee Blake Band Leeway (2003) 27:54
Feels Like Home Frank "Paris Slim" Goldwasser Bluju (2003) 34:12
I Can't Stand It Frank "Paris Slim" Goldwasser Bluju (2003) 38:27

    47.5 minutes     |     43.5 MB

2 Comments so far
Leave a comment

Dude … this was one serious show!
I LOVED Pinto Squire, and Steve and Dave (Blues Police) were great, it was fun seeing them at the CBA meeting Weds too. The Razorbacks must have been an awesome band to see live, sorry I missed them. Paris Slim is going to be a fantastic addition to the Portland legacy. Lee Blake is always so solid, loved the slide playing. Sure hope that Baladi Blues album gets released.
You just keep putting out great shows, great combinations of artists, despite life getting in the way. Good job Patrick!!

[...] Friday night: Lee Blake Band at the Candlelight – Lee doesn’t play out often enough, so take this opportunity to hear him along with his great bandmates (check out Lee and the band on Show #17 and Show #14). [...]



Leave a comment
Line and paragraph breaks automatic, e-mail address never displayed, HTML allowed: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)