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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 27 Motor City Blues Masters non-stop podcast

Playlist podcast Artiest: Joe Weaver & the Blue Notes – I Got The Blues For My Baby Album: Battle of Hastings Street Label: Ace Artiest: Eddie Burns – Hello Miss Jessie Lee Album: Battle of Hastings Street Label: Ace Artiest: Henry Smith – Good Rockin’ Mama Album: Detroit Blues Label: JSP Artiest: Eddie Burns – Papa’s Boogie Album: Detroit Blues Label: JSP Artiest: John Lee Hooker – Just Me And My Telephone Album: Complete J.L. Hooker Vol. 4 1950-1951 Label: Body & Soul Artiest: Detroit Count Hastings Street Opera Part 1 Album: Detroit Blues Rarities Vol. 4: Hastings Street Blues Opera Label: P-Vine Artiest: Detroit Count Hastings Street Opera Part 2 Album: Detroit Blues Rarities Vol. 4: Hastings Street Blues Opera Label: P-Vine Artiest: Walter Mitchell – Stop Messing Around Album: Detroit Blues Rarities Vol. 2: Harp-Suckers! Label: P-Vine Artiest: Baby Boy Warren – Please Don’t Think I’m Nosey Album: Stop Breakin’ Down Label: Official Artiest: Big Ed & His Combo – Supe...

61 MIN2012 AUG 21
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 27 Motor City Blues Masters non-stop podcast

Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 26 The Anthology of the Blues non-stop

Artiest: Charley Booker – Charley’s Boogie Woogie Album: Modern Downhome Blues Sessions Vol 2 – Mississippi & Arkansas 1952 Label: Ace Artiest: Elmore James – Where Can My Baby Be Album: The Classic Early Recordings 1951-1956 Label: Ace Artiest: Houston Boines – Superintendent Blues Album: The Blue Horizon Story Label: Blue Horizon Artiest: Pine Top Slim And His Guitar – Poor Boy Album: Anthology of the Blues – Blues From the Deep South Label: Kent Artiest: Howlin’ Wolf – I’m The Wolf Album: Howlin’ Wolf Rides Again Label: Ace Artiest: Joe Hill Louis – The Way You Treat Me Album: Anthology of the Blues – Memphis Label: Ace Artiest: Houston Boines – Going Home Album: Modern Downhome Blues Sessions Vol 1 – Arkansas & Mississippi 1951-1952 Label: Ace Artiest: Big Bill Dotson – Dark Old World Album: Modern Downhome Blues Sessions Vol 4 – Southern Country Blues Guitarists 1948-1952 Label: Ace Artiest: Alfred ‘Blues King’ Harris – Miss Darlene Album: Modern Downhome Bl...

59 MIN2012 AUG 16
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 26 The Anthology of the Blues non-stop

Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 25 Smokin’ Hot Rhythm Rockin' Blues

Artiest: Ike Turner – Prancin’ Album: Ike’s Instrumentals Label: Ace Artiest: Smokey Wilson – I Wanna Do It To You Baby Album: 45RPM record Label: Big Town Artiest: BB King – My Baby’s Comin’ Home Album: Mr. Blues Label: ABC Music Artiest: Carol Fran & Clarence Hollimon – The Way I Used To Be Album: It’s About Time Label: JSP Artiest: Junior Parker – Sweet Home Chicago Album: The Duke Recordings Label: MCA Artiest: Lloyd Price – Peeping And Hiding Album: 45RPM record Label: Double-L Records Artiest: Amos Milburn – One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer Album: Blues, Barrelhouse & Boogie Woogie Label: Capitol Blues Collection Artiest: Arthur Big Boy Crudup – Rock Me Mama Album: Look on Yonder’s Wall Label: Delmark Artiest: Floyd Dixon – Hey Bartender Album: Atlantic Blues: Piano Label: Atlantic Artiest: Memphis Slim – Sassy Mae Album: Memphis Slim U.S.A. Label: Delmark Artiest: Moose John – Wrong Doin’ Woman Album: Legendary Dig Masters Vol 2 – Dig These Blues Label: Ac...

59 MIN2012 JUL 23
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 25 Smokin’ Hot Rhythm Rockin' Blues

Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 18 The Legendary Jay Miller Sessions

Records on the Reb Rebel label were recorded by Jay D. Miller (also appearing on the label as the songwriter J. West), the influential Louisiana songwriter, studio operator, and record executive. Miller's biggest success as a songwriter was Kitty Well's breakthrough hit "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels". It was the answer he wrote to Hank Thompson's "Wild Side of Life". He was also Excello Record's biggest and best source of material. He stamped the label with a signature sound and style that has become Excello's best legacy. In the 1950s and '60s, Jay D. Miller recorded some of the finest downhome blues, R&B, rockabilly and swamp pop from it's stable of artists: Slim Harpo, Arthur Gunter, The Gladiolas, Lonesome Sundown, Al Ferrier, Guitar Gable, Johnny Jano, The Marigolds, Rudy Green, The Blues Rockers, Lazy Lester, Lightnin' Slim, Silas Hogan and many, many more. Artiest: Bobby Charles - Alligator StompAlbum: Bayou BeatLabel: Flyright (lp 581) Artiest: Lonesome Sundown -...

48 MIN2012 JAN 18
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 18 The Legendary Jay Miller Sessions
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Latest Episodes

Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 27 Motor City Blues Masters non-stop podcast

Playlist podcast Artiest: Joe Weaver & the Blue Notes – I Got The Blues For My Baby Album: Battle of Hastings Street Label: Ace Artiest: Eddie Burns – Hello Miss Jessie Lee Album: Battle of Hastings Street Label: Ace Artiest: Henry Smith – Good Rockin’ Mama Album: Detroit Blues Label: JSP Artiest: Eddie Burns – Papa’s Boogie Album: Detroit Blues Label: JSP Artiest: John Lee Hooker – Just Me And My Telephone Album: Complete J.L. Hooker Vol. 4 1950-1951 Label: Body & Soul Artiest: Detroit Count Hastings Street Opera Part 1 Album: Detroit Blues Rarities Vol. 4: Hastings Street Blues Opera Label: P-Vine Artiest: Detroit Count Hastings Street Opera Part 2 Album: Detroit Blues Rarities Vol. 4: Hastings Street Blues Opera Label: P-Vine Artiest: Walter Mitchell – Stop Messing Around Album: Detroit Blues Rarities Vol. 2: Harp-Suckers! Label: P-Vine Artiest: Baby Boy Warren – Please Don’t Think I’m Nosey Album: Stop Breakin’ Down Label: Official Artiest: Big Ed & His Combo – Supe...

61 MIN2012 AUG 21
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 27 Motor City Blues Masters non-stop podcast

Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 26 The Anthology of the Blues non-stop

Artiest: Charley Booker – Charley’s Boogie Woogie Album: Modern Downhome Blues Sessions Vol 2 – Mississippi & Arkansas 1952 Label: Ace Artiest: Elmore James – Where Can My Baby Be Album: The Classic Early Recordings 1951-1956 Label: Ace Artiest: Houston Boines – Superintendent Blues Album: The Blue Horizon Story Label: Blue Horizon Artiest: Pine Top Slim And His Guitar – Poor Boy Album: Anthology of the Blues – Blues From the Deep South Label: Kent Artiest: Howlin’ Wolf – I’m The Wolf Album: Howlin’ Wolf Rides Again Label: Ace Artiest: Joe Hill Louis – The Way You Treat Me Album: Anthology of the Blues – Memphis Label: Ace Artiest: Houston Boines – Going Home Album: Modern Downhome Blues Sessions Vol 1 – Arkansas & Mississippi 1951-1952 Label: Ace Artiest: Big Bill Dotson – Dark Old World Album: Modern Downhome Blues Sessions Vol 4 – Southern Country Blues Guitarists 1948-1952 Label: Ace Artiest: Alfred ‘Blues King’ Harris – Miss Darlene Album: Modern Downhome Bl...

59 MIN2012 AUG 16
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 26 The Anthology of the Blues non-stop

Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 25 Smokin’ Hot Rhythm Rockin' Blues

Artiest: Ike Turner – Prancin’ Album: Ike’s Instrumentals Label: Ace Artiest: Smokey Wilson – I Wanna Do It To You Baby Album: 45RPM record Label: Big Town Artiest: BB King – My Baby’s Comin’ Home Album: Mr. Blues Label: ABC Music Artiest: Carol Fran & Clarence Hollimon – The Way I Used To Be Album: It’s About Time Label: JSP Artiest: Junior Parker – Sweet Home Chicago Album: The Duke Recordings Label: MCA Artiest: Lloyd Price – Peeping And Hiding Album: 45RPM record Label: Double-L Records Artiest: Amos Milburn – One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer Album: Blues, Barrelhouse & Boogie Woogie Label: Capitol Blues Collection Artiest: Arthur Big Boy Crudup – Rock Me Mama Album: Look on Yonder’s Wall Label: Delmark Artiest: Floyd Dixon – Hey Bartender Album: Atlantic Blues: Piano Label: Atlantic Artiest: Memphis Slim – Sassy Mae Album: Memphis Slim U.S.A. Label: Delmark Artiest: Moose John – Wrong Doin’ Woman Album: Legendary Dig Masters Vol 2 – Dig These Blues Label: Ac...

59 MIN2012 JUL 23
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 25 Smokin’ Hot Rhythm Rockin' Blues

Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 18 The Legendary Jay Miller Sessions

Records on the Reb Rebel label were recorded by Jay D. Miller (also appearing on the label as the songwriter J. West), the influential Louisiana songwriter, studio operator, and record executive. Miller's biggest success as a songwriter was Kitty Well's breakthrough hit "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels". It was the answer he wrote to Hank Thompson's "Wild Side of Life". He was also Excello Record's biggest and best source of material. He stamped the label with a signature sound and style that has become Excello's best legacy. In the 1950s and '60s, Jay D. Miller recorded some of the finest downhome blues, R&B, rockabilly and swamp pop from it's stable of artists: Slim Harpo, Arthur Gunter, The Gladiolas, Lonesome Sundown, Al Ferrier, Guitar Gable, Johnny Jano, The Marigolds, Rudy Green, The Blues Rockers, Lazy Lester, Lightnin' Slim, Silas Hogan and many, many more. Artiest: Bobby Charles - Alligator StompAlbum: Bayou BeatLabel: Flyright (lp 581) Artiest: Lonesome Sundown -...

48 MIN2012 JAN 18
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Standing at the Crossroads Non-Stop 18 The Legendary Jay Miller Sessions
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