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BluzNdaBlood Dave Harrison
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May 27, 2010

This is show #97, Women in Blues 2010, Part Two!

 

Hey! Welcome back, everybody! It’s time for another episode of The BluzNdaBlood Show! This is your BluzNdaBlood  DJ  Dave Harrison coming at you from the Star City of Virginia … Well, this show is the second part to a very special episode!

 

Well, when I did Show #93 Women in Blues, I quickly ran out of space for the show and I hate having to eliminate playing songs…  But there were enough of them that it was obvious to me that a Part 2 Show was inevitable! Unfortunately, I still have tunes from Roxy Perry and Pat Pepin that still are to be played! There’s just isn’t enough time to play ‘em all! But, they’ll be on the next show or two!

 

We started off the show with the beautiful blues piano player Honey Piazza playing her own tune, “Honey’s Blues” off of the Delta Groove Music CD, For the Chosen Who.

 

So what other beautiful blues women are we going to hear from on today’s show other than Honey Piazza? Well, how about Inetta Visor from the Mississippi Heat with their tune, “Let’s Live It Up”! We’ll also hear Karen Lovely with her song, “Blues Ain’t Far Behind”, then we’ll be treated to Cee Cee James cranking out “Give Me Back My Wig.” Yea, I’m not sure what the lyrics mean either! But it’s good stuff! The Homemade Jamz Blues Band follows up highlighting their 10 or 11 year old female drummer Taya Perry playing, “Roots.” Ann Rabson then treats us with her “Music Makin’ Mama” tune off her Alligator Records CD.  We then follow up with Gina Sicilia belting out “Goin’ Home” followed by Marcia Ball playing “Party Town”. Now that the show is really cranked up, it’s then time for Eden Brent to get us licking our lips when she’s singing about her “Fried Chicken”! Fiona Boyes then shakes the joint with some help from Watermelon Slim playing “The Barrelhouse Funeral”… Katie Webster chimes in with her boogie drenched “Two Fisted Mama” song on her Alligator Records CD, Deluxe Edition! Then joinging the fun and wrapping up the great show is Janiva Magness, “The Devil Is An Angel”, followed by Candye Kane, “All You Can Eat (And You Can Eat It All Night Long)”, and finished up by the great Gaye Adegbalola with her “Big Ovaries, Baby”! What a show!

 

Thanks to all the beautiful women who made this show possible with their music! Also, special thanks to Honey, Karen, Amy, Buzzy, Janiva, and Candye for their Intro’s and ID’s!

 

Well, that wraps up Show #97, “Women In Blues 2010, Part Two!

 

Well, you know the routine! Now that you’ve heard this great music, go out and by the music! Or go out and see them live! Then buy their music and tell them you heard their music on The BluzNdaBlood Show!

 

Special thanks to Michael Allen, from the Crossroads Blues Gallery for letting me use his great artwork on my web sites! Also, special thanks to Mike Hatcher for all his hard work in giving my web site a much needed face lift! We plan to have it up and live for my 100th show!

 

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Until next time, this is Dave Harrison, reminding you to keep the blues alive and keep the blues in the blood!

 

Dave