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The Juke Joint 12th November 2017

The Juke Joint : Playlist for Sunday 12 November 2017

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Earl Hooker | Do The Chicken | Jamaica Selects Jump Blues Strictly For You

R.L. Boyce | Poor Black Mattie | Roll and Tumble
Jesse Mae Hemphill | Streamline Train | Shake It Baby
Hill Country Revue | Hill Country | Zebra Ranch
Terry "Harmonica" Bean | Laundromat Blues | Mistakes Were Made: Five Years of Raw Blues, Damaged Livers & Questionable Business Decisions

Anna Scionti | Clarksdale | Anna Scionti
Daryl Roberts & Hey Gringo | Don't Say I can't Have You | Not The Same Planet
Russell Morris | Black Dog Blues | Ghosts & Legends: The Complete Blues Trilogy

Muddy Waters | She's Alright | Electric Mud
John Lee Hooker | Bluebird | Free Beer & Chicken
Jimi Hendrix | Bleeding Heart | People,Hell & Angels

Mojo Buford | Honey Bee (live) | Champagne & Reefer
Studebaker John's Maxwell Street Kings | Son of the Seventh Son | That's The Way You Do
Derek & The Dominoes | Key to the Highway | Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs

Kenny Wayne Shepherd | How Many More Years (live - feat Bryan Lee) | Live! In Chicago
Gary Clarke Jr | When My Train Pulls In (live) | Live

Buddy Knox | My Woman Has A Black Cat Bone | BUddy's Blues
Walter Trout | The Other Side of the Pillow (feat. Charlie Musselwhite) | We're All In This Together
Magic Sam | I Need You So Bad | West Side Soul
B.B. King | B.B. Blues | The RPM Blues Story

Collard Greens & Gravy | Juke Joint Boogie | Juke Joint Boogie



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