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It's time once again to explore the deep blue hue that is the basis of so much of American music, and in particular jazz. In this hour we'll groove to some discs that complain about and then explain the human condition in the direct and brutally honest way that blues does best. We've all suffered the highs and lows of life, but with the blues as a soundtrack there's always some musical joy to accompany us on the journey.
|Grady Tate & Bob Dorough||Mean Old Number Nine||Multiplication Rock|
|Ron Piazza & The Mighty Flyers||Move Out Baby||Almighty Dollar|
|Kenny Neal||Strike While The Iron Is Hot||Blues Fallin' Down Like Rain|
|Muddy Waters||Nine Below Zero||Hoochie Coochie Man - Live at The Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club|
|Jimmy Reed||When You Left Me||Blues Is My Business|
|Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames||Yeh Yeh||Fame At Last|
|The Mar-Keys||Sit Still||Do the Pop-Eye|
|Albert Collins||Blue Monday Hangover||Frostbite|
|Chris Cain||Same Old Fool||Late Night City Blues|
|Little Charlie & The Nightcats||Buzzsaw||Night Vision|
|Ray Charles||I've Got News for You||Genius + Soul = Jazz|
|The Blues Brothers||Shotgun Blues||Briefcase Full of Blues|
|The DeFrancesco Brothers||Drill Motor||The DeFrancesco Brothers|