Nov 9, 2017
Mo' New Music
Show #712 of BANDANA BLUES -
founded by Beardo, hosted by Spinner - is full of music that was
released some time this year.
So indeed "Mo' New Music". Listen and enjoy! Tell your friends and neighbors.
01. Jimmie Bratcher - Honky Tonk
Blues (4:44) (This Is Blues Country, Ain't Skeert Tunes,
02. Val Starr & the Blues Rocket - Bad Luck & The Blues (5:32) (I Always Turn The Blues On, Sandwich Factory Records, 2017)
03. Leonard Griffie - Leave This Town (3:31) (Better Late Than No Time Soon, self-release, 2017)
04. Webster Ave - Sing Me A Sad Line (4:39) (Daylight, self-release, 2017)
05. Likho Duo - The Downtowner (5:09) (Blues And The World Beyond, Likho Records, 2017)
06. John Pagano Band - Ain't Gonna Lose You (4:38) (One More Round, Midnight Circus Records, 2017)
07. Halley Devestern Band - Bangin' (4:17) (Keep On Playin', Devestunes & Li'l.t, 2017)
08. Delta Wires - Vacation (4:12) (Born In Oakland, Mudslide Records, 2017)
09. Jon Spear Band - Pierre Jourdan (5:13) (Hot Sauce, self-release, 2017)
10. Johnny Oskam - Waiting For The Rain (5:34) (In My Shadow, self-release, 2017)
11. Michael Packer - Blues For Peace (5:12) (I Am The Blues - My Story Vol. 3, Iris Music Group, 2017)
12. Jim Allchin - Friends (4:50) (Decisions, Sandy Key Music, 2017)
13. Gordon Meier Blues Experience - Signifyin' Monkey (3:01) (Magic Kingdom, Reverberocket Records, 2017)
14. Stacy Jones - Wait For Heaven (4:49) (Love Is Everywhere, self-release, 2017)
15. Steve Howell & Jason Weinheimer - Who's Been Here? (4:01) (A Hundred Years From Today, Out Of The Past Music, 2017)
16. Joshua Jacobson - Pistol Packin' Papa (5:39) (Good Little Thing, Fatmouth Records, 2017)
17. Karen Lovely - Nice And Easy (5:00) (Fish Outta Water, self-release, 2017)
18. Mark Cameron Band - Borrowed Time (4:39) (Live: At Blues On The Chippewa, Cop Records, 2017)
19. Kim Simmonds - Walking The Guitar (4:02) (Jazzin' On The Blues, Panache Records, 2017)
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