Last night on Blues Breakers we marked the halfway point of the calendar year with our annual Best of the Year, So Far program. It’s been good so far, can’t wait to see what else 2012 has in store for us.
Tom Marker’s Blues Breakers for 7-2-12
Best Blues of the Year, So Far
MUD MORGANFIELD – SHORT DRESS WOMAN
This is from Mud’s first widely distributed album, Son of the Seventh Son.
OTIS TAYLOR – CONTRABAND BLUES
Title track from Otis’ latest.
JOE LOUIS WALKER – MOVIN’ ON
This is from Hellfire.
LURRIE BELL – THE DEVIL AIN’T GOT NO MUSIC
From the new album of the same name.
TORONZO CANNON – OPEN LETTER (TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN)
From the album, Leaving Mood.
ROCKIN’ JOHNNY – IT’S EXPENSIVE TO BE BROKE
Johnny’s new release is Grim Reaper.
LIL’ ED AND THE BLUES IMPERIALS – IF YOU WERE MINE
Ed and the fella’s latest, Jump Start.
RICK ESTRIN AND THE NIGHTCATS – D.O.G.
From a very new release One Wrong Turn.
EDDIE C. CAMPBELL – DOWNTOWN
From Eddie’s new album, Spider Eating Preacher.
C.J. CHENIER – BABY PLEASE DON’T GO
C.J.’s latest is Can’t Sit Down.
ROBERT CRAY – (WON’T) BE COMING HOME
An album preview that will be on Nothin’ But Love to be released soon.