This is a very late reminder – I’ve just learned that Brian is going to be unable to make it to the studio today. Since I’ve already got about an hour of music to play, I’ve decided to go into the studio at 4 and run through my playlist.
I’ve get lots of new music and some good stuff which I’d love to share with you today. Peter Wolf, formerly of the J Geils Band, has a new record and I’ll be playing a song he does with the great Shelby Lynne, and I’ll also spin something from the new Jakob Dylan album and a really wonderful song from local band Rogue Valley. Mix in some old Butterfield Blues Band, Louis Armstrong, The Holmes Brothers and a couple songs dedicated to GRR travels (California and France) and we’ll have a good time.
This is going to be a short but sweet show – we hope you can join us this afternoon, or listen later on the blog.
Next week (I hope) Brian and I will be back in the studio together. Our theme will be women’s rights around the world – for KUST’s Social Justice Awareness Week. If that theme brings to mind any songs, please let us know, either directly via email or on our blog at https://greatriverradio.wordpress.com
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Edge of the Ledge-The Holmes Brothers
I Learned the Hard Way-Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Tragedy-Peter Wolf/Shelby Lynne
Everybody’s Hurting-Jakob Dylan
Tootie Ma is a Big Fine Thing-Preservation Hall Jazz Band/Tom Waits
I Got a Mind to Give Up Living-Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Sugarfoot-Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears
Empire-Trampled by Turtles
California Zephyr-Jay Farrar/Ben Gibbard
La Vie En Rose-Louis Armstrong
Red River of the North-Rogue Valley
King of Spain-The Tallest Man On Earth
This Too Shall Pass-OK Go