2013—02 February Program Guide

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KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE

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FEBRUARY 2013 PROGRAM GUIDE

Mondays

John Sinclair Radio Show

Tuesdays

The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree

and Highway 61 with Scott Barretta

Wednesdays

New Orleans Music Show with John Sinclair

Thursdays

Blues Edition with Leslie Keros

or Crossroads: Where Jazz Meets Blues

Fridays

Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair

Saturdays

Toke Time with John Sinclair

Sundays

Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound

and Vintage Radio Vaults

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Plus special Mardi Gras programming

all day long on February 12

from the Radio Free Amsterdam Archives

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FEBRUARY 2013 PROGRAM GUIDE

KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE

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Friday, February 1

NOSTAGIA IN TIMES SQUARE

ANCESTOR WORSHIP WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 21

Our program this week starts with selections by the Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop from the Atlantic Records album Blues & Roots recorded in February 1959 with Jackie McLean, Booker Ervin, Pepper Adams, Jimmy Knepper, Horace Parlan, Mingus and Dannie Richmond and finishes with the Charles Mingus Quintet at the Nonagon Art Gallery later in 1959 from an album originally issued by United Artists Records as Nostalgia in Times Square (also titled at various times Jazz Portraits and Mingus In Wonderland) with John Handy on alto saxophone, Booker Ervin on tenor, Richard Wyands at the piano, Charles Mingus on bass, and Dannie Richmond on drums.

Saturday, February 2

WIPE IT OFF

TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 22

Old old school funk from the 1920s and ’30s with risque and racy blues from the 3-disc box set called Big Ten Inch, a double entendre based on the big 10” 78 rpm single thatpreceded the 45 and the LP, with rough selections from Roosevelt Sykes, Bo Carter, Barrelhouse Annie, Kansas City Kitty & Georgia Tom, Napoleon Fletcher, Washboard Sam, Hannah May, Lucille Bogan, Lil Johnson, Jimmie Gordon, Buddy Wood, Art McKay, Lonnie Johnson, Champion Jack Dupree, Georgia Tom & Jane Lucas, Walter Davis, Lillie Mae Kirkman, Louise Johnson, and the Mississippi Sheiks.

Sunday, February 3

 THE REV D WAYNE LOVE AND HIS HOUSENANA

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 29

It was a dark and somewhat fucking cold night…. Three hours into the Sunday Night is The Right Night set the Rev pulls out a gun and asks everyone to step away from the decks. ‘There WILL be more HOT Music but not like that…’ The resulting set is a masterclass in being drunk and getting the most from broken equipment.

Sunday, February 3

DR. JOHN’S MARDI GRAS SPECIAL

VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 14 WITH JOHN SINCLAIR

Produced by John Sinclair for WWOZ Radio in 1994, Dr John’s Mardi Gras Special was the station’s first production to be broadcast nationally and featured “live” music by the Re-Birth Brass Band, Guardians of the Flame, Eddie Bo, Snooks Eaglin, Little Queenie, Al Johnson with Tommy Ridgley’s Untouchables, Bo Jocque & the Zydeco Hi-Rollers, Tom Worrell, Regal Brass Band, Dr John & Tommy Ridgley, Chuck Carbo with Deacon John’s Creole Blues Revue, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Golden Eagles, and the First Revolution Singers—all recorded in performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Piano Night at Tipitina’s, the Alabama Jubilee in Montgomery AL and the WWOZ Mardi Gras Party in Armstrong Park.

Monday, February 4

ALL ON A MARDI GRAS DAY

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 481

Another hour of music by Dr. John to celebrate the Carnival season and the remarkable recording career of Mac Rebennack, playing tunes from his albums Dr. John Plays Mac Rebennack, Trippin’ Live, Remedies, Funky New Orleans with Donald Harrison Jr, In The Right Place with The Meters, City Lights, Desitively Bonnaroo, The Sun, Moon & Herbs and Sippiana Hericane—a second very small sample of the incredible recordings created by this magnificent New Orleans artist.

Tuesday, February 5

PROWLING NIGHTHAWK

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 60

Bruce Pingree is coming all the way from WUNH-FM in New Hampshire with a program of blues & gospel music this week by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Robert Lee McCoy, Sonny Boy Williamson,

and Robert Nighthawk in honor of his birthday.

Tuesday, February 5

BLOW TOP BLUES

HIGHWAY 61 WITH SCOTT BARRETTA 21

Highway 61 with Scott Barretta features the music of blueswomen from across the spectrum of the blues this week— Ladies Who Sing The Blues—including Billie Holiday, Alberta Hunter, Trixie Smith, Rosetta Howard & the Harlem Hamfats, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Blue Lu Barker, Georgia White, Dinah Washington, Margie Day, Julia Lee, Miss LaVelle, Big Mama Thornton, Marie Adams, Little Esther, Big Maybelle, Ruth Brown, Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto, and Koko Taylor.

Wednesday, February 6

GO TO THE MAR DI GRAS

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 06

A Mardi Gras party at the 420 Café in Amsterdam in 2008 with John Sinclair and recordings by Eluard Burt & Co, Professor Longhair, Chuck Carbo, James Andrews & the 6th Ward All Stars, Earl King, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & the Golden Eagles, Big Chief Peppy & Big Chief Roddy with the Indians of the Nation, Big Chief Smiley Ricks of the West Bank Indians, Big Chief Kevin Goodman & the Flaming Arrows, Dr. John the Night Tripper, Kermit Ruffins & the Barbeque Swingers, and Big Chief Jolly with the Wild Tchoupitoulas.

Thursday, February 7

FREEDOM ROAD

BLUES EDITION WITH LESLIE KEROS 24

A salute to Dr. Martin Luther King with great blues & gospel music from  Big Daddy Kinsey, Big Bill Broonzy, Charles Brown, Eddie Lusk with Karen Carroll, Josh White, Lucky Peterson, Cyrus Chestnut, Mahalia Jackson, Mavis Staples, Anita O’Day, Sista Monica Parker, Colin Linden, Nina Simone, and Arizona Dranes.

Friday, February 8

BIRD AT ST. NICK’S

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Charlie Parker and his quintet with Red Rodney on trumpet and Roy Haynes at the drums recorded live at a dance at St. Nicholas Arena in Harlem sometime in 1948 or ’49, plus Bird with Jazz at the Philharmonic in 1946 playing the brilliant solo later set to words and sung by EddIe Jefferson, and a final cut by Bird live in Washington DC in the early ’50s.

Saturday, February 9

STRUTTIN’ MY STUFF

TOKE TIME WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 23

More slabs of old-time funk from the box set called Big Ten Inch with racy and risque numbers from Lucille Bogan, the Memphis Jug Band, Roosevelt Sykes, Mae Glover, Tampa Red, Dorothy Baker, Papa Charlie Jackson, Little Boy Fuller (Richard Trice), Marylin Scott, Victoria Spivey, Georgia Pine Boy, Bo Carter, Walter Davis, Cow Cow Davenport, Carl Rafferty, Jimmie Gordon. Kansas Joe, Stella Johnson, and Fats Noel.

Sunday, February 10

THE FUCK YOU SOUND CANNOT MAKE AMENDS (PART IV)

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 30

Another sonic barrage of aural weirdness from Caleb Selah in his underground bunker at housedem.com in London. Selah is weary and people keep bringing shit round to the Primrose Hill Ghetto. Betta watch yo’ step.…with selections by The White Rose, Skalpel, Maa Reach, Brian Eno, Azealia Banks, Aesop Rock, The OC Supertones, Lesbian Horse, El Fudge, Missy Elliott: (Benji Boko remix), Sonny Boy Williamson, Funk The Fuck Up, Train Ride, and Skeewiff.

Sunday, February 10

LOUIS ARMSTRONG 100

VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 32 WITH JOHN SINCLAIR

Out of the Vintage Radio Vaults at Radio Free Amsterdam comes this special episode of John Sinclair’s New Orleans Music Show at WWOZ-FM in New Orleans on August 1, 2001, celebrating the 100th birthday of the one and only Louis Armstrong. by playing an hour’s worth of selections from the 4-disc box set called Louis Armstrong: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, including tracks with the Hot 5 and Hot 7, King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band, Clarence Williams’ Blue Five, Bessie Smith, the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra, the Southern Serenaders, Bertha “Chippie” Hill, and Erskine Tate’s Orchestra from the Vendome Theatre in Chicago.

Monday, February 11

INDIANS JUMPIN’ ON FIRE

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 482

My annual Mardi Gras Indian Music Special with classic selections by the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Young Guardians of the Flame, Wild Magnolias, Neville Brothers, Wild Apaches with the Mahagony Brass Band, 101 Runners, Guardians of the Flame, Big Chief Peppy with Troy Andrews, and the Forgotten Souls Brass Band with Big Chief Monk Boudreaux.

Tuesday, February 12

ARE YOU EXPERIENCED?

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 61

Salutes to birthday artists Robert Nighthawk, Dr. Michael White and Jimi Hendrix, plus current releases by Butch Thompson & Pat Donohue, Poor Howard Stith & Mike “Bullfrog” Rogers, Deanna Bogart, Craig Chaquito, and Lindsay Alexander.

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS WITH TOM MORGAN 2009

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH TOM MORGAN

Wild Indian music for Mardi Gras Day on Tom Morgan’s New Orleans Music Show on WWOZ-FM with Golden Eagles, Wild Magnolias, Golden Comanches, Congo Nation, Young Guardians of the Flame, Flaming Arrows, New Orleans Rhythm Conspiracy, and conversations with War Chief Juan, Second Chief David Montana and the late Big Chief Tootie Montana of the Yellow Pocahontas.

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS INDIAN MUSIC SPECIAL 2009

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH TOM MORGAN

Mardi Gras Indian music on Tom Morgan’s Tuesday New Orleans Music Show on WWOZ-FM with selections by Idrees Muhammad, Wild Magnolias, a gang from Mardi Gras 1956, Big Chief Little Charles Taylor & the Indians of the Nation, Hard Head Hunters, Big Chief Peppy, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, and Young Guardians of the Flame.

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS WITH DAVID KUNIAN 2009

Kitchen Sink Show with David Kunian

Mardi Gras music on David Kunian’s Kitchen Sink Show by the Hawketts, Professor Longhair, Golden Eagles, Lucien Barbarin, Wild Magnolias, Danny Barker, Roger & the Gypsies, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Wild Tchoupitoulas, Big Chief Peppy & Trombone Shorty, and the Bayou Renegades.

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS WITH DAVID KUNIAN 2009

Kitchen Sink Show with David Kunian

David Kunian & John Sinclair on WWOZ in celebration of the Carnival season with carefully selected Mardi Gras music by Dr. John, the Wild Magnolias, New Orleans Nightcrawlers, Re-Birth Brass Band, All That, Galactic, the Meters, and Professor Longhair

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS @ HANDA WANDA 2009

John Sinclair Radio Show

Mardi Gras 2009 with “live” recordings from Indian Practice at Handa Wanda’s with Big Chief Roddy of the Black Eagles, plus new releases by Joe Krown-Walter “Wolfman” Washington-Russell Batiste, Brother Tyrone, Felice, and Shannon McNally, plus the Blues Scholars with Wayne Kramer.

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS @ HI HO LOUNGE 2008

John Sinclair Radio Show

The 101 Runners “live” at the Hi-Ho Lounge during Mardi Gras 2008 with Honey Bannister and War Chief Juan Pardo, Kirk Joseph on tuba and Willie Green, A.J. Mallory, Lionel Batiste Jr. and Chris Jones on the percussions pumping out the funk from beginning to end. Yeah you rite!

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS @ WHO DAT CAFÉ 2012

John Sinclair Radio Show

Our Mardi Gras show for 2012 is coming out of the Who Dat Café at the corner of Mandeville & Burgundy in the Bywater district of New Orleans, with Carnival favorites by the ReBirth Brass Band—celebrating their Grammy award last week—and Professor Longhair, Roger & The Gypsies, the Wild Magnolias, Dr. John, 101 Runners, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Walter “Wolfman” Washington & the Roadmasters, and the BlueBrass Project.

Tuesday, February 12

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS IN THE STREETS 2008

John Sinclair Radio Show

Mardi Gras 2008 takes us to the streets on Mardi Gras Day with recorded music by the 6th Ward All Stars, the Treme Brass band and Snooks Eaglin and actualities from the Unified Second Line Parade with the Hot 8 Brass band on Lundi Gras, the St. Martinville High School Marching Band at the Zulu Parade and the Wild Indians at 2nd & Dryades on Mardi Gras morning, the Backstreet Cultural Museum in Treme with Ernest Skipper and the Spirit of Fi Yi Yi in the afternoon, and the 6th Ward Brass Band in the streets of the 6th Ward on Ash Wednesday playing for the funeral of Big Fritz from the Money Wasters Social Aid & Pleasure Club.

Tuesday, February 12

DEEP SOUTH BLUES PIANO

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This week’s episode ofHighway 61 with Scott Barretta features the music of blues pianists from the Sparks Brothers of Tupelo, Mississippi to Skip James, Little Brother Montgomery, Walter Davis, Doctor Clayton with Blind John Davis, Sunnyland Slim, Leroy Carr, Big Joe Duskin, Memphis Slim, Little Johnny Jones, Willie Mabon, Henry Gray, Otis Spann, Detroit Junior, Professor Longhair, Champion Jack Dupree, Katie Webster, and James Booker.

Wednesday, February 13

OOOH-WEE BABY

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC SHOW WITH JOHN SINCLAIR 07

New Orleans music from the 420 Café in Amsterdam on a Wednesday afternoon in 2008 with John Sinclair cranking out tunes from Eluard Burt & Co:, the New Orleans Nightcrawlers, Walter “Wolfman” Washington & the Roadmasters, Champion Jack Dupree, Professor Longhair, Big Boy Myles & the Sha-Weez, Art Neville, Roy Montrell, Bobby Mitchell, Charles “Hungry” Williams, Dave Bartholemew, the New Orleans Jazz Vipers, Dr. John, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Kermit Ruffins, Chuck Carbo, and Johnny Adams.

Thursday, February 14

FREEDOM TRAIN

BLUES EDITION WITH LESLIE KEROS 25

Part 2 of Leslie Keros’ Inauguration Day salute to Dr. Martin Luther King with great blues & gospel music from Big Daddy Kinsey, Big Lou Johnson & Andrew Calhoun, Cassandra Wilson, Otis Taylor, Roscoe Chenier, DeFord Bailey, North Mississippi Allstars, Tina Turner, Eva Cassidy, Silver Light Gospel Singers, J.B. Lenoir, Memphis Slim, Mississippi John Hurt, Odetta, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Eric Bibb with Guy Davis, the Southern Sons, and Arizona Dranes.

Friday. February 15

SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION

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The first of a series of programs investigating the work of ulian “Cannonball” Adderley in the 1950s, from his initial recordings for Savoy Records, his Mercury albums and his brilliant work for Riverside Records, usually featuring his brother Nat on cornet with support from Hank Jones, Kenny Clarke, Paul Chambers, Milt Jackson and a host of others

Saturday, February 16

BIG TEN INCH

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Another round of super old school funk from the ’20s and ’30s taken from the 3-disc box set called Big Ten Inch, including the title track by Bull Moose Jackson plus risqué classics by Fluffy Hunter, Todd Rhodes, Wynonie Harris, Tiny Bradshaw, Helen Humes, Rosetta Howard, Julia Lee, Isabel Sykes, Brownie McGhee, Robert Henry, Danny Taylor, Walter Brown, Floyd Dixon, Amos Milburn, Lonnie Johnson, Barbecue Bob, Sharps & Flats, St. Louis Jimmy, and Dorothy Ellis.

Sunday, February 17

THE FUCK YOU SOUND SAY WHO THE FUCK ARE ALABAMA 3?

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 31

Another sonic barrage of musical weirdness from Caleb Selah in his underground bunker at housedem.com in London with selections by Alabama 3, The Flock, Acid Pauli, Bring Your Knitting Disco, Aesop Rock, Organ Donor, Dolly Parton, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Nana Mouskouri, Sir Mack Rice, Jorge Ben, Balkan Beat Box, Eric Clapton, T-Connection, Area Code 616, Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed, Tony Joe White, and Skeewiff.

Sunday, February 17

ALLEN TOUSSAINT BIRTHDAY PARTY

VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 42 WITH JOHN SINCLAIR

This episode of Vintage Radio Vaults was originally broadcast at WWOZ-FM in New Orleans on January 13, 1999 when John Sinclair & filmmaker Stevenson Palfi got together on the New Orleans Music Show to offer a birthday salute to the great composer, pianist & producer Allen Toussaint, playing an hour of music written and produced by the man who was the subject of Palfi’s film documentary Composer: Unknown which remained unfinished after the filmmaker’s suicide following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. So there’s music from New Orleans by Ernie K-Doe, “Al Tousan,” Fats Domino, Lee Dorsey, Jessie Hill, Chris Kenner, Benny Spellman, Irma Thomas, Otis Redding, Aaron Neville, The Showmen, and Curly Moore.

Monday, February 18

I WENT TO THE MARDI GRAS

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 483

A post-Mardi Gras show with classic selections by Donald Harrison Jr, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Chief Smiley Ricks & Indians of the Nation, Cha Wa, Brother Tyrone & the Mindbenders, Chuck Carbo, Dave Bartholomew, Charmaine Neville, Davell Crawford, Huey “Piano” Smith & the Clowns, the Dixie Cups, and Snooks Eaglin.

Tuesday, February 19

BLUES IN THE DARK

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 62

Blues & jazz with Bruce Pingree by David Amram, the Dave Brubeck Quartet, Jimmy Rushing, Triple Play, Madcat Ruth, and Junior Wells.

Tuesday, February 19

HOODOO MAN BLUES

HIGHWAY 61 WITH SCOTT BARRETTA 23

This week’s episode of Highway 61 with Scott Barretta turns the spotlight on the music of Chicago’s Delmark Records and its blues recordings by Big Joe Williams, Arthur Big Boy” Crudup, Roosevelt Sykes, Sunnyland Slim, Junior Wells, Magic Sam, Otis Rush, Carey Bell, Lurrie Bell, Jimmy Johnson, Syl Johnson, Jimmy Burns, Charles Wilson, Zora Young, and Jimmy Dawkins.

Wednesday, February 20

SWEET HOME NEW ORLEANS

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John Sinclair concocts a heady musical brew at the 420 Café in Amsterdam with tunes from the Crescent City by Eluard Burt & Co, Walter “Wolfman” Washington & the Roadmasters, Dr. John & the Lower 911, Craig Klein, Eddie Bo, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band featuring Bettye LaVette, Earl King, Earl Turbinton, Ernie K-Doe, the New Orleans Nightcrawlers, Fats Domino, Guitar Slim Jr, and the New Birth Brass Band.

Thursday, February 21

ON GREEN DOLPHIN STREET

CROSSROADS: WHERE JAZZ MEETS BLUES WITH LESLIE KEROS 27

Leslie Keros with an hour of music by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Vaughan, Winard Harper, Chet Baker, Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, Oscar Peterson, Poncho Sanchez, Marv Jenkins, and Milt Jackson.

Friday, February 22

THINGS ARE GETTING BETTER

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Looking into the recordings of Julian “Cannonball” Adderley for Riverside Records in the late 1950s with his brother Nat on cornet, Milt Jackson on vibes and a host of jazz all stars.

Saturday, February 23

NOBODY’S BUSINESS IF I DO

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One last dip into the box set called Big Ten Inch with racy and risqué blues from Georgia Tom & Jane Lucas, Jesse James, Kansas City Kitty, Blind Boy Fuller, Ralph Willis, Memphis Minnie, Roy Brown, George Hannah, R.T. Hanen, Big Bill Broonzy, Kokomo Arnold, and Hunter & Jenkins, plus a final round of risqué blues from a set called Good For What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows 1926-1937 by Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Pink Anderson & Simmie Dooley, Papa Charlie Jackson, Bogus Ben Covington, Carolina Tar Heels, Walter Cole, and Tommie Bradley.

Sunday. February 24

THE FUCK YOU SOUND’S END OF THE WORLD MY ARSE MIX

CALEB SELAH PRESENTS THE FUCK YOU SOUND 32

Another sonic barrage of musical weirdness from Caleb Selah in his underground bunker at housedem.com in London. Selah wipes his eyes, removes the mud from his veins and gasps; The Dickheads were wrong and the Earth Still Dies Screaming… This wonderful celebration of all that is rife will seduce your partner, open your presents, drink you dry and refuse to leave…. DO NOT USE WHILST UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SANITY. Featuring tracks by Syd Dale, Ghetto Funk Present Featurecast, Jimi Hendrix (Suonho Raw-Dub), Sterotype, Screwface, Boogie Belgique and more.

Sunday. February 24

ROCKIN’ AT COSIMO’S

VINTAGE RADIO VAULTS 43 WITH JOHN SINCLAIR

Our program was recorded at WWOZ-FM, New Orleans on January 24, 1996 on John Sinclair’s New Orleans Music Show with music from New Orleans by Professor Longhair, Sugar Boy & the Cane Cutters, Snooks Eaglin, The Hawketts, Clifton Chenier, Eddie Bo, Reggie Hall, Earl King, Ernie K-Doe, Chuck Carbo, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Blue Lu Barker, Ironing Board Sam, Walter “Wolfman” Washington & the Roadmasters, Lee Dorsey, Chris Kenner, Nellie Lutcher, Clarence “Frogman” Henry, and Lee Allen.

Monday, February 25

ANUTHA ZONE

JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 484

A third hour of music by Dr. John from his albums Anutha Zone, City Lights, City That Care Forgot, Remedies, Sippiana Hericane, Funky New Orleans with Donald Harrison Jr., and his latest release, Locked Down.

Tuesday, February 26

I’D RATHER GO BLIND

THE BLUES SHOW WITH BRUCE PINGREE 63

Bruce Pingree is honoring the memory and the birthdate of the great Etta James with tonight’s program, plus making a quick trip to the Crescent City with Harold Battiste, Huey “Piano” Smith & The Clowns, Art Neville, and the Meters.

Tuesday, February 26

AMERICAN PRIMITIVE

HIGHWAY 61 WITH SCOTT BARRETTA 24

Highway 61 with Scott Barretta investigates Volume Two of the Revenant Records album American Primitive featuring classic music from the 1920s by Otto Virgil, the Mississippi Moaner, Henry Spaulding, William Harris, Geechie Wiley, Mattie Mae Thomas, Elizabeth Johnson, Bailus Rose, Walter Taylor, Blues Birdhead, Pigmeat Terry, Alfred Harris, and Tennessee’s Two Poor Boys.

Wednesday, February 27

SPREAD YOUR LEGS

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New Orleans music from the 420 Café in Amsterdam with music by Eluard Burt & Co, Kermit Ruffins, Walter “Wolfman” Washington & the Roadmasters, James Booker, Fats Domino, Dr. John, Ernest Skipper & the Spirit of FiYiYi, Danny Barker, the New Birth Brass Band, Tuba Fats, Johnny Adams, Irma Thomas, and the Lil’ Rascals Brass Brand.

Thursday, February 28

SCRATCHIN’ IN THE GRAVEL

CROSSROADS: WHERE JAZZ MEETS BLUES WITH LESlIE KEROS 26

Leslie Keros with an hour of music by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Stan Getz& J.J. Johnson, Marian McPartland, Virginia Mayhew, Dave Specter with Barkin’ Bill, Dick Johnson & Dave McKenna, Joe Sample, Jimmy Forrest, Jae Sinnett, Lou Donaldson, and Brother Jack McDuff.

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