[JPL] WEMU March '05 Living Blues Report

lyohn at emich.edu lyohn at emich.edu
Thu Mar 31 15:31:35 EST 2005

For our report to "Living Blues Magazine", here are
the most-played new and reissued blues CDs on 89.1
in March, 2005.  This list is ranked in most to
least-played order starting with number 1.

1.  Various Artists/Doctors, Professors, Kings And
Queens: The Big Ol' Box Of New Orleans/Shout! Factory
2.  Solomon Burke/Make Do With What You Got/Shout!
3.  Ann Rabson/In A Family Way/Emit Doog Music 
4.  Elmore James/The Best Of The Modern Years/Metro Blue
5.  Memphis Slim/Paris-Mississippi Blues/Sunnyside
6.  Ronnie Earl And Duke Robillard/The Duke Meets
The Earl/Stony Plain
7.  Jay Geils/Jay Geils Plays Jazz!/Stony Plain
8.  The Blind Boys Of Alabama/Atom Bomb/Real World
9.  Sue Foley/Changes/Justin Time
10. Roomful Of Blues/Standing Room Only/Alligator
11. Hubert Sumlin/About Them Shoes/Tone-Cool
12. John Hammond/In Your Arms Again/Back Porch
13. Etta James/The Best Of The Modern Years/Metro Blue
14. Louisiana Red/No Turn On Red/HMG
15. Otis Clay/Respect Yourself/Blind Pig
16. Sugar Ray Norcia And The Blue Tones/Hands Across
The Table/Severn
17. Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom/Voodoo Boogaloo/Levtronic
18. Sonny Landreth/Grant Street/Sugar Hill
19. Tab Benoit/Fever On The Bayou/Telarc
20. Rosco Gordon/No Dark In America/Skuntry
21. Rory Block/From The Dust/Telarc
22. Chainsaw Dupont/Bourbon Street Breakdown/Blues
23. Earl Gaines/The Different Feelings Of Soul And
Blues/Blue Eye
24. Beverly Watkins/The Feelings Of Beverly
Watkins/Music Maker
25. Carlos Del Junco/Blues Mongrel/Northern Blues

Linda Yohn
WEMU Music Director
lyohn at emich.edu

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