Murphy's Saloon Blues Podcast

Hieronymus Murphy

Murphy's Saloon Blues Podcast
47 MIN2007 ABR. 16
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This week's playlist:

Ice Storm by Boo Boo Davis, from East St. Louis (2007), available from Black & Tan Records. Visit BooBooDavis.com and Boo Boo's page at the IODA site for more information.

Sweet Home New Orleans by Phillip Walker, from Going Back Home (2007), available from Delta Groove Productions.com and the iTunes Music Store. Visit PhillipWalker.com for more information.

Insecurity by Doc Bates, from Hard Headed Heart (2006). Visit Doc's page at Podshow.com for more information.

Wine, Women & Song by Johnny Ferreira, from Rock & Roll Saxophonist (2006), available from CD Baby and the iTMS. Visit JohnnyFerreira.com for more information.

One Thing's For Certain by Robert Wuagneux, from It's a 1-Uful World (2003), available from his site. The individual track may be purchased through his page at Broadjam.com. Visit Robert's site, 1-uproductions.com for more information.

Workin' So Hard by Robert Wuagneux, from Love Is Easy (2004), available for purchase through his site. A variety of tracks are also for sale as individual downloads from Robert's download page at Broadjam.com. Visit Robert's site, 1-uproductions.com, for more information.

Poor Man's Train by Gerry Wall, from Winter Grass (2006), available from CD Baby and the iTunes Music Store. Visit GerryWall.com for more information.

Guaranteed Recipe by The Raunch Tones, from Standing Room Only: Songs from the Last Roadhouse (2005), available from Silk City Records and the iTMS. Visit RaunchTones.com for more information.

Hooked On You by Albert Collins, from Cold Snap (1986), available from Alligator Records and the iTMS. Visit Albert's bio page at the Alligator site for more information.

Ya Better Treat Me Right by The Mitchell Blues Band. For more information, visit the band's GarageBand page.

Mentioned during this show: Mary4Music.com, one of the very best online blues directories I've ever seen; MarkKerrLtd.com, the home page of Mark Kerr, a smokin' blues guitarist, a great friend to Murphy's Saloon and the host of the Mark Kerr's Blues Nation podcast; James Carlyle's podcast Hambone's Blues Rumshack, which originates in the Shetland Islands; and Chicago radio demigoddess Cara Carriveau's podcast, Cara's Basement.

Excellent online resources for more information about the blues: The Blues Foundation and the Delta Blues Museum; and be sure to download and listen to the DBM's top-notch (and free) podcast, the Uncensored History of the Blues.

(Music on Murphy's Saloon #70 courtesy of the artists and the PROMONET program of the Independent Online Distribution Alliance, the Podsafe Music Network or Garageband.com)