Sun, 14 January 2007
This week's playlist:
• How Many Times by Eric Coslop, from a single first released in 2001. Eric has a page at Garageband.com, as does his current band The Curbfinders. In the early '90s, Eric also contributed to a series of CDs by the Home At Last Band.
• No Time for Singing the Blues by Detroit Women, a pre-release podcasting exclusive to Murphy's Saloon from their forthcoming album Sassitude. Their CD Rattle Your Cage (2005) is available from CD Baby, Silk City Records, and the iTunes Music Store. Be sure to check out their site at DetroitWomen.org.
• Comin' Home To New Orleans by The Dare Ya Blues Band, from Lonely Street (2004), available from CD Baby and the iTMS. Also available: : Food For Song (2006) from CD Baby, and Head For Cover from DareYa.com.
Mentioned during this show: My friend, the Superhot Lady Cop aka The Sexpert, would like to hear from you, so send email or audio clips with your questions about sex, or your sex-related dlilemmas to email@example.com.
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 #57 courtesy of the artists and the Podsafe Music Network, where I obtained most of these tracks)