Monday, January 14, 2008

Baby what you want me to do.

The Jimmy Reed tune (it could also have been "Baby,What's On Your Mind?") is our theme for an experimental blog/net "all request" show. Tell me what artists and/or songs you'd like to hear. I'll play any and all of them that fit in a 2.5 hour show and that I can get a hold of by January 27, 2008. Go! . . . Oh and if you want the song dedicated to you or someone else mention that iny our comment, as well.

I will publish an actual playlist for the show in due time. This is an opportunity for all you European (Poland Denmark, UK, France, Germany, Holland) and worldwide (Brazil, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand ) lurkers (Thanks Sitemeter!) to influence a MS-based blues shows playlist. And you're welcome to do it anonymously. Just a reminder you can hear The Juke live On WMSVover the Net every Sunday from 6 pm to Midnight Central time which is currently UTC (formerly Greenwich Mean Time)- 6 hours.

This special version of "One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer" will run January 28, 2008 from 8:30 PM-11:00 PM CST or 1/29/08 UTC 2:30 AM-5:00 AM. The deadline for comment submissions is Wednesday January 23rd.


Anonymous said...

If I can be greedy - how about 3?

"I Ain't Drunk" - Albert Collins
"Am I Wrong?" - Keb Mo'
"Smokestack Lighting"- Howlin' Wolf (original artist preferred, but a cover is OK)

Methusela Cranston said...

Hey man, I've got some requests!

"Still a Fool" - Muddy Waters

"TB Sheets" - John Lee Hooker, the version from The Cream of John Lee Hooker if you can get hold of it

"If I Had My Way I'd Tear This Building Down" - Blind Willie Johnson



Anonymous said...

How about "Dark Was the Night" and "God Don't Never Change" by Blind Willie Johnson?

Peter Cresswell said...

'Come Sunday' - Mahalia Jackson & Duke Ellington

'Roxette' - Dr Feelgood

'St Louis Blues' - Louis Armstrong

Peter Cresswell said...

If I can be really greedy, I'd like to add two entirely home-grown New Zealand blues selections by NZ's fourth- and fifth-favourite folk-blues singers ;^) :

'Who Did All This To Me' - Hammond Gamble, and
'When Your Lights Are Out' - Hello Sailor.

How 'bout it? :-)