Big River with DJ Butter–Butter’s Blues


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Big River with DJ Butter       ‘Butter’s Blues’

Playlist

Country Sugar Mama          Howlin Wolf

3 O Clock Blues                     BB King

Further On Up the Road      Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland

Cool Drink of Water Blues  Tommy Johnson

Eyesight to the Blind           Sonny Boy Williamson

In My Own Dream               Karen Dalton

Born in Chicago                    Paul Butterfield Blues Band

Bright Lights, Big City         Jimmy Reed

Little Boy Blue                       Robert Lockwood, Jr., Otis Spann

I’m Gonna Miss You             Slim Harpo

Dust My Broom                     Elmore James

Country Blues                      Greg Spradlin Outfit

High Temperature               Little Walter

Fan It                                       Lightnin Hopkins

Boom Boom                           John Lee Hooker

Cross Road Blues                 Robert Johnson

Highway 61 Revisited         Bob Dylan

Baby Please Don’t Go          Better Days

Podcast theme: A musical trip down the mighty Mississippi River, up Highway 61, Minneapolis to New Orleans. Jazz, blues, r&b, country, folk, rock n roll, boogie, cajun, zydeco, pop, funk,–all roots, routes, bayous, trains, hopped up hot rods, cities, hamlets, and mud, the essence of great American music. Host, DJ Butter, spins mostly vinyl and a few historical yarns between classic tracks and stuff you probably never heard before. Picking up followers like hitch hikers on Highway 61. Take a cruise on the riverboat.

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Muddy Waters, Paul Butterfield, The Band, The Last Waltz. butterphoto©1976

 

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