Monday, January 23
The rain has finally arrived in the Bay Area, and with it the loss of the 49ers. Dang. I could go on and on about the 2nd year Williams, and his two errors, but he has enough to deal with without me harassing him. Poor kid. The Niners got farther than any of us fans expected they would this year, so for that I salute you.
It still sucks though.
And therefore I bring you tonight’s show: Stormy Monday.
I was raised by a father well versed in the genre of Blues. It was often playing in the garage when my dad was working on his old cars. We even had a jukebox, packed with 45s, many of which featured old blues. I’ve MCd the Northern California Blues Festival a few times, and have quite a large collection of great blues musicians, past and present.
Tune in Monday’s, 8-10PM (PST) for A Season in Hell, with John Hell
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Stormy Weather: Etta James
Got My Mojo Working: Ann Cole
Flip, Flop and Fly: Big Joe Turner
“B” Movie Boxcar Blues: Delbert McClinton
Bottle Up & Go: Hooker and Heat
Shake Your Moneymaker: Elmore James
I Got My Eye You: Buddy Guy
Come On In My Kitchen: Eugene Huggins
Messin’ With The Kid: Junior Wells
Bulldoze Blues: Henry Thomas
Suzie Q: Dale Hawkins
Tollin’ Bells: Lowell Folsom
Stormy Monday: Allman Brothers Band (02/1970 – Fillmore East)
How Blue Can You Get: B.B. King
Ball and Chain: Janis Joplin and the Kozmic Blues Band (04-01-69)
Trouble No More: Muddy Waters
Two Trains Running: Butterfield Blues Band
Got to get Better in a Little While: Derek and the Dominos
Hear My Train A Comin’: Jimi Hendrix
I Ain’t Superstitious: Howlin’ Wolf
I’m A King Bee: Slim Harpo
Shotgun Blues: Blues Brothers (12-31-78)
Bringin’ it all Back Home: Sonny Boy Williamson
I Left My Heart in San Francisco: Tony Bennett (50th anniversary of this fine release)
Cold, Rain and Snow: Dillard Chandler