Listen to the Show: Week of November 5, 2012

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This week’s show is amazing, and includes one of the best quality lineups of songs from top to bottom that we’ve had in recent memory – and that’s saying a lot, because these playlists are incredible each and every week! There was also news about new releases from Tommy Castro and The Delta Saints, as well as an award honoring Bobby Rush and his contributions to the Arts community. Click Here to learn more about the awards and see all of the recipients!

The featured selection from “Johnny’s Mailbox” is “Next Door Neighbor Blues” from Gary Clark Jr.’s Billboard Number 1 Debut album Blak And Blu. The album is available now on Warner Bros. Records, and complete details on Gary, his CD, and his tour can be found by Clicking Here for GaryClarkJr.com

Artist – Song – Album

1. Jake Lear – Work Work Work – Diamonds And Stones
2. Big Walker – Wild Black Bill – Root Walking
3. Ann Rabson and Bob Margolin – Caledonia – Not Alone
4. Colin Linden – Sugar Mine – Still Live
5. RJ Mischo – Papa’s S.T. Special – Make It Good
6. Craig Chaquico – Fire Red Moon – Fire Red Moon
7. Little Elmore Reed Blues Band – The G.P. Blues – The Little Elmore Reed Blues Band
8. The Delta Saints – Liar – Death Letter Jubilee
9. Albert Castiglia – Public Enemy #9 – Living The Dream
10. Murali Coryell – In the Room With Jimi – Live
11. The Blues Broads – Livin’ the Blues – The Blues Broads
12. Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Burgundy Street Blues – St. Peter & 57th St.
13. Red Lotus Revue – Drinking Muddy Water – Fourteen Stories
14. Gary Clark Jr. – Next Door Neighbor Blues – Blak And Blu

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