Mon, 4 September 2006
This week's playlist:
• Little Black Dress by Mean Gene Kelton & The Die Hards, from Most Requested (1999), available from Gene's online store, the iTMS and Amazon.com. Jambone Records, Gene's label, has a site under construction here, while Gene's own site is here.
• Road Dogs, also by John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers and from Road Dogs.
• Rocket In Your Pocket by Blue Plate Special, from Can You Dig It (2006), available from CD Baby and Amazon.com. Also available from CD Baby: The Blues Ain't Pretty (2000) and No Place To Fade (1998). No Place To Fade is also available from the iTMS. Blue Plate Special's site is here.
• Hard Enuff, also by Blue Plate Special and from Can You Dig It.
• Torch by Devon Allman's Honeytribe, from their just-released 2006 CD Torch, available from Hittin' the Note, the iTMS and Amazon.com . Also available from the iTMS - an earlier album entitled Bootleg: Live in Florida, released in January. The Honeytribe site is here.
Please note: If this is your first visit to Murphy's Saloon, you can skip the first 10-12 episodes, which you may find are of sub-par quality. If you decide to listen, just know that while the music is great, my voice may seem muffled in many of those shows.
(Music on Murphy's Saloon #38 courtesy of the artists and the Podsafe Music Network, where I downloaded some of these tracks. A special thanks to Ron, of Blue Plate Special)
RIP, Gordon Searls.