PDXBluescast – Show #32

Hi there…well, I’m back from vacation, but I brought a cold home with me. I think you can kinda hear it in my voice, but just try to pay attention to the music. I should be all better by next week. And it’s great music this time out! A few tastes of Jimi Bott and friends, Alice Stuart, the Eagle Ridin’ Papas and James Clem.

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  Title   Artist   Album   Where
Your Eyes (Give You Away) Jimi Bott Bott & Paid For! (2006) 4:12
Hard Time Killin' Floor Alice Stuart & The Formerlys Live At The Triple Door (2006) 8:11
Downtown Blues Eagle Ridin' Papas Eagle Ridin' Papas (year?) 15:22
Traveling Riverside Blues James Clem The Black Cat Bone Demos II (2006) [unreleased] 18:29
I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled And Crazy Jimi Bott with the Fabulous Thunderbirds Cheap Thrills (2005) 25:37
(Oh Baby) You Don't Have To Go Jimi Bott Bott & Paid For! (2006) 29:37

    41 minutes     |     37.5 MB

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I think this was my favorite bluescast yet! I plan to keep this one around a while. Thanks for the great show.

Taotally smoothee! Took me there and back again, what more could I require?! My word….Kooliosis! Thanks

[...] Moving on to Saturday night the 16th…if you like your blues cross-pollinated with a little roots rock and rockabilly, the place for you is the Candlelight Café & Bar where the Strange Tones will be cranking out their own unique sound, brimming with top-notch guitar soloing from Guitar Julie and Suburban Slim (hear them in shows 2, 4, 14, 23 and 30 – guess I like ‘em!). On the other hand, if you’re inclined to make it a slightly mellower evening and mix a civilized pinot noir with some acoustic Delta blues, point your vehicle (or yer feet) to Hollywood Wine & Espresso where you’ll enjoy the solo stylings of the accomplished James Clem (samples of James can be found in shows 19 and 32). [...]

[...] Jim Wallace Lisa Mann (heard on Show #19 Suburban Slim (hear him tear it up on the first song of Show #32) Dover Weinberg (hear some vintage Dover work on the Mick Clarke tunes in Show #10) Rae Gordon Stu [...]

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