BIG CITY BLUES CRUISE 074 BLOW TOP BLUES

Martino D’Lorenzo is playing the blues on 45s, 78s and LPs from behind the wheel of the Big City Blues Cruise bus, spinning Episode 075 from 1983 featuring music by Red Prysock, Howlin’ Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Sheriff & The Revels, The Moonglows, The Five Chances, Freddie King, Junior Wells, Eddie Taylor, Buddy Guy, Elmore James, Margie Evans with the Johnny Otis Show, Fluffy Hunter, Koko Taylor, Bull Moose Jackson, The Swallows, and Magic Slim & The Teardrops.

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
BLOW TOP BLUES
BIG CITY BLUES CRUISE 074
Martino D’Lorenzo, WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti, June 5, 1983 [22071]

Red Prysock: Jumbo
Howlin’ Wolf: Nature
Sonny Boy Williamson: Bye Bye Bird
Muddy Waters: You Can’t Lose What You Never Had
Sheriff & The Revels: Shambala
The Moonglows: I’m Afraid The Masquerade Is Over
The Five Chances: I May Be Small
Freddie King: Hideaway
Junior Wells: Tobacco Road
Eddie Taylor: Big Town Playboy
Buddy Guy: Watch Yourself
Elmore James: Who’s That Knocking At Your Door
Margie Evans with the Johnny Otis Show: Evil Gal Blues
Fluffy Hunter: The Walking Blues
Koko Taylor: Blow Top Blues
Koko Taylor: Please Don’t Mess With My Man
Bull Moose Jackson: Big Ten Inch Record
The Swallows: It Ain’t The Meat It’s The Motion
Magic Slim & The Teardrops: I’m A Dirty Motha Fuyer

A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by Martino D’Lorenzo for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced by Martin Gross at WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti MI (#19)
Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 1983, 2021 Tino Gross. Used with permission.

THE BLUES SHOW 522 – SKIN DEEP

Bruce Pingree with a program of blues & gospel music this week in 2013 by J.J. Cale, Freddie King, Buddy Guy, James Andrews & Trombone Shorty and a pair of unidentified artists at the close of the show.

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
SKIN DEEP
THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 522
WUNH-FM, Durham, NH, June 9, 2013 [22049]

J.J. Cale: After Midnight
Freddie King: I Got the Same Old Blues
Buddy Guy: A Man and the Blues
Buddy Guy: Dedicated to the Late TBone Walker
Buddy Guy: Have You Ever Been Lonesome
Buddy Guy: Skin Deep
Buddy Guy: Living Proof
[Unidentified Artist:] The Troubles of the World
James Andrews & Trombone Shorty: Ooh Poo Pah Doo
[Unidentified Artist:] Somebody’s Been Sleeping in my Bed

A JOINT PRODUCTION
Hosted by Bruce Pingree for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced & recorded by Bruce Pingree at WUNH-FM, Durham, NH (#98)
Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

© 2013, 2022 Bruce Pingree. Used with permission.

Big City Blues Cruise 24: Beatnik Beat

Martino D’Lorenzo is playing the blues on 45s, 78s and LPs from behind the wheel of the Big City Blues Cruise bus, spinning his classic modern radio programs from the 1980s and 1990s originally aired on WEMU-FM in Ypsilanti MI and now heard every Saturday on Radio Free Amsterdam. Episode 24 features guitarist Freddie King recorded live at the 1973 Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival by John Sinclair, special guest on this episode,

preceded by music from Red Prysock, Sil Austin with the Tiny Bradshaw Orchestra, the Cecil Young Quartet, Paul Gayten, Albert King, and Ray Charles.

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

BEATNIK BEAT

BIG CITY BLUES CRUISE 24

Martino D’Lorenzo, WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti, January 2, 1983 [BCBC-0024]

Red Prysock: Jumbo

Sil Austin with the Tiny Bradshaw Orchestra: Ping Pong

Cecil Young Quartet: Who Parked The Car

Paul Gayten: Beatnik Beat

Albert King: Breaking Up Somebody’s Home

Ray Charles: Sticks And Stones

Freddie King: Look On Yonder Wall

Freddie King: You Better Leave My Woman Alone

Freddie King: Ain’t Nobody’s Business

Freddie King: Sweet Home Chicago

Freddie King: Ain’t No Sunshine

Red Prysock: Jumbo

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Martino D’Lorenzo for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by Martino D’Lorenzo at WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti MI

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Sponsored by Hempshopper & Ceres Seeds, Amsterdam

© 1983, 2017 Tino Gross. Used with permission.