There's some more goodies for you this week. We start out with a late 60's album from Jimmy Witherspoon, followed by an album of a New Orleans piano "professor," Tuts Washington. We've got a bunch of blues-rock - a mostly instrumental album by Harvey Mandel (from Canned Heat and elsewhere), followed by a mid 70's Elvin Bishop album and we've got a mid 70's Foghat album. Following that there are a bunch of tracks from a Doc Watson album which I may add some to later - and we finish up with a live double album from The Tubes.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the tunes!
This week we've got blues with Champion Jack Dupree (joined on the first and last tracks by John Mayall & Eric Clapton), Jimmy Witherspoon with Jay McShann and Johnny Adams. There's some rock and blues rock with Dave Edmunds and Brian Setzer and this weeks diversity of styles is covered by Gram Parsons and Lindisfarne.
This week, I uploaded a bunch of albums. There's a couple of obviously 70's era albums - one by Jimmy Witherspoon and a really odd Howlin' Wolf album where if you listen carefully you can hear the producer thinking aloud, "let's make him sound like one of those British rockers and cash in!"
There's a playlist of stuff from a rockabilly compilation that includes tunes by Link Wray, Carl Perkins and Sleepy LaBeef.
Also, albums from the Legendary Blues Band, Roomful of Blues, Earl Hooker and Doc & Merle Watson.
September 18th is the 261st day of the year. There are 104 days left.
Today's number is 18
18 is a multiple of 9, 3, and 6, leading to suspicions that it will generate unending fractions (more later)