Podcast 178.

Feb 2013's Blues Time

Feb 2013's BLUES TIME

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Podcast 178 from SA Roots and Blues
1 Russell Morris - Sharkmouth* - Walk My Blues.
2 Zachary Richard - Le Fou - Clif's Zydeco.
3 The Revelers - The Revelers - I Don't Wanna Go Home.
4 Jake Lear - Diamonds and Stones - Diamond and Stones.
5 Joanne Shaw Taylor - Almost Always Never - Tied.
6 Heart Attack Alley - Living in Hell - Cryin.
7 The Bluesmasters - Volume 2 - Fine Cadillac.
8 Tubie and the Touchtones - When The Rubber Meets The Road.
9 The Blues Overdrive - Death on the highway.
10 Walter Roland - Red Cross Blues.
11 Mississippi Fred McDowell - Red Cross Store Blues.
12 Lisa Miller - DIG Australian Blues - Red Cross Store.
13 Janiva Magness - Stronger for it - Make It Rain.
14 JD McPherson - Signs Signifiers - Signs Signifiers.
15 Hat Fitz and Cara - Wiley Ways - Tarni Lee.
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