Sun, 5 March 2006
This week's music:
• Chilly by The Tonemasters from the 2004 compilation album Red Hot Blues, put out by the United Jersey Blues Network and available from the iTunes Music Store. The album is available on CD from Silk City Records.
• The High Road by Bettye Lavette from her Album I've Got My Own Hell To Raise, available from the iTunes Music Store. You can buy Bettye's music on CD at the Anti- label site. Bettye's own Web site is here.
• Shoot Him Down by Jenny Beck from her album On The Outside; available on CD from jennybeck.co.uk. All songs from Jenny's previous releases are available from her site as individual downloads for £1 each.
• I'm Your Honeyboy by Reverend Raven and the Chain-Smoking Altar Boys, featuring Madison Slim, from their album Live At Blues On Grand; available from the iTunes Music Store. You can also buy their music on CD over at CD Baby.
Also mentioned on tonight's show: the site No iPod Required - yes, you can listen to podcasts without the famous piece of hardware. You can even burn podcasts to CD for listening later. Two other great music podcasts I mention on tonight's show are Bad Dawg Radio and The Great American Music Hour.
The Murphy's Saloon intro is from Just Got To Boogie by Matt Thorpe.
(Music on this week's episode of Murphy's Saloon is courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network, the artists and the record labels cited above. Special thanks to Reverend Raven.)