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BluzNdaBlood Dave Harrison

Nov 21, 2008

This is show #61, Giving Thanks to the Blues.

Welcome back, my friends! I’ve got a great show for you! Since Thanksgiving is right around the corner it made me think about things I’m thankful for! So this show is simply about giving thanks for great blues music! No, there are no songs really about thanksgiving other than the last one by Doug MacLeod singing about a Turkey Leg Woman! :-)  So are you ready to give thanks to the Blues? I hope so! Crank it up my friends, we’re off and running!

Here’s giving a shout out to all the folks listening to our show by the way of the Kansas City Online Radio station! I’ve joined the station and can now be heard on Saturday’s at 2:00 pm CST.

Well, we started off show #61 with Tommy Dardar with Voodoo Queen. After Tommy, Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials treat us to Hold That Train; followed by The Legendary Rhythm and Blues Revue with Whammer Jammer; The Jackie Payne Steve Edmonson Band, Mean Evil Woman; Omar Kent Dykes and Jimmie Vaughan, Big Boss Man; Laurie Morvan Band, A Long Time Ago; James Cotton, Corey Bell, Junior Wells and Bill Branch, Hit Man; Albert Cummings, Blues Makes Me Feel So Good; Albert Collins, Brick; Rene Trossman, I Wonder Why; Bob Petrocelli, Lady With A Plan; Albert Castiglia, Twister; Mitch Kashmar, Lollipop Mama; and Doug MacLeod with Turkey Leg Woman.

A special thank you always goes out to Michael Allen and the Crossroads Blues Gallery for the excellent artwork that enhances my web pages!

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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!