Album of the Week - 6-25-22
Submitted by joe shikspack on Sat, 06/25/2022 - 4:08pm
This week there's more great stuff. There's a Muddy Waters live album, an album by a fairly obscure Texas blues artist, Weldon "Juke Boy" Bonner and another Mississippi John Hurt album recorded after his "rediscovery" by folk music enthusiasts. There's an album by harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite, two Savoy Brown albums and a late 70's album by Peter Green.
Links now go to album information. Here 'tis:
Muddy "Mississippi" Waters Live
Weldon "Juke Boy" Bonner - Texas Blues Troubadour
Charlie Musselwhite - Times Gettin' Tougher Than Tough
Savoy Brown - Getting To The Point
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the Portland Waterfront Blues Festival next weekend. It's gonna be four days of hot,packed, beer quaffing fun.
Prior commitments. Sigh.
Really like Taj Mahal.
Thanks for the tunes, Joe
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Neither Iran nor Venezuela are threatening America.
Cuba is a dead horse, stop beating it.
i hate it when those prior commitments come up.
i hope you have a great time anyway.
live boogie jam session of all time is on the A Step Further album. Chris Youlden was the best Savoy Brown vocalist as well, IMHO of course.
heh, i have never sat down and tried to figure out what my favorite live boogie jam session is, but i'm pretty sure that this one would be at or near the top of my list. it's certainly one of the most energetic boogie workouts on record.
have a good one!
Wonderful. How can one not love Mississippi John Hurt,
and his magical picking.
Also, I've never heard this Peter Green... better than I thought.
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glad you dug the music, thanks for listening!
Your albums have become the backdrop to my sunday and monday afternoons.
I enjoyed the Peter Green very much.
heh, when i was on the radio i only got one afternoon, i am glad to hear that the internet is improving my reach.
have a great day!
Always room for improvement, no?
I'm glad your reach has grown, for all our sakes.