Mon, 30 November 2009
This week's playlist:
• Box Full Of Lonesome (6:27) by Mark Kerr & Roxy Perry, a free download at RoxyPerry.com/sound/sound.htm. Visit MarkKerrLTD.com for more information about Mark, and RoxyPerry.com for more information about Roxy.
• The Sad Ballad of Ol' Willie Chan (3:45) by Samuel James, from Songs Famed for Sorrow And Joy (2008); available from NorthernBlues Music and the iTunes Music Store. Visit Samuel's MySpace page and this page at PiedmontTalent.com for more information.
• Stick Around (4:12) by The Insomniacs from Delta Groove All-Star Blues Revue (Vol. 2) (2009); available from DeltaGrooveProductions.com. Visit this page at the Delta Groove site and The Insomniacs' MySpace page for more information.
• Stomp The Floor (3:35), Don't Let The Door Hit You (4:17) and Blue Roots (4:01), all by Arthur Adams and all from Stomp The Floor (2009); available from DeltaGrooveProductions.com and the iTMS. Visit ArthurAdamsBand.com and this page at the Delta Groove site for more information.
• Waiting On You (3:34) by JW-Jones, from Bluelisted (2008); available autographed (if you ask) from the store at JW-Jones.com; also from NorthernBlues Music and the iTMS. Visit both JW-Jones.com and this bio page at NorthernBlues Music for more information.
• In The Winter Time (6:06), Make It Go (3:19) and Ten Till Midnight (3:36), all by Sean Chambers and all from Ten Till Midnight (2009); available from Amazon.com and the iTMS. Visit SeanChambers.com and this page at ReverbNation.com for more information.
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For things to do in Chicago: The Local Tourist.
(Something noteworthy being done by a hard working and very talented friend of mine: Flamenco Chicago)