Mon, 8 January 2007
This week's playlist:
• Cruisin' Texas Avenue by Mean Gene Kelton, from Most Requested (1999), available from Gene's online store and the iTunes Music Store. Visit JamboneRecords.com and GeneKelton.com for more information.
• Frankenstein's In The Mood by Beau Hall, a single obtained from the Podsafe Music Network. Beau's album UNH! (2005), is available from CD Baby and the iTMS. Visit Beau's MySpace page for more information.
• So Broke Blues by Steve Gardner, from Rambling with the Blues (2002), available from his online store. Another album, Big Delta Crossing (2005), is available from CD Baby and the iTMS. Visit SteveGardner.info for more information.
• Boilin' Mad by Maria Daines, a new single obtained from the Podsafe Music Network. Two albums of Maria's music are available from the iTMS: Treebone and Brother of the Road (both 2005). Visit Maria-Daines.com for more information about Maria, and her partner (and guitarist) Paul Killington.
Mentioned during this show: my friend, the Superhot Lady Cop, would like the Murphy's Saloon's audience (male and female) to help her gauge interest in a new, no-holds-barred sex advice/discussion podcast, so write or send audio clips with your questions about sex, or your sex-related dlilemmas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
(Music on Murphy's Saloon #56 courtesy of the artists and the Podsafe Music Network, where I obtained most of these tracks)