Sun, 23 March 2008
This week's playlist:
• Lynch Blues by Corey Harris, from Greens From The Garden (1999); available from MusicToday.com, Alligator Records and the iTMS. Visit Corey's MySpace page and this page at the Alligator Records site for more information.
• Fishin' Hole, Diamond Ring and Never Far Behind, by Moreland & Arbuckle, from 1861 (2008); available from the store at their site, NorthernBlues.com and the iTMS. Visit KingSnakesBlues.com and their MySpace page for more information.
• Say You Love Me by Albert Cummings, from Working Man (2006); available from Blind Pig Records and the iTMS. Visit AlbertCummings.com and this page at the Blind Pig Records site for more information.
• You're The Kind Of Woman That Ain't That Hard To Find by Chris Cain, from If This Is Love ... I'd Rather Have The Blues (2004); available from Blind Pig Records and the iTMS. Visit ChrisCain.cc and this page at the Blind Pig Records site for more information.
• Resurrection by Ray Wylie Hubbard, from Snake Farm (2006), available from the store at Ray's site. Visit RayWylie.com for more information.There's also a fantastic interview with pictures on this page at GalleyWinter.com.
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. Be sure to read Today's Chicago Blues by Karen Hanson, an excellent guide to all things blues in present-day Chicago.