2013—10 October Program Guide

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents




October 2013 PROGRAM GUIDE

John Sinclair Radio Show

The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree

Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan plus Fly By Night with Steve The Fly

Crossroads-Where Jazz Meets Blues with Leslie Keros plus Blues From The Red Rooster Lounge

Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair plus Back Trackin’with The Bartender

Toke Time with John Sinclair

Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound plus John Sinclair Radio Show 2008 Archives



Tuesday, October 1
The Blues Show With Bruce Pingree 94

Bruce Pingree with a program of blues music by guitarist Debbie Davis, Michael Tarbox & the Tarbox Ramblers, the Legendary Blues Band, Dave Maxwell & Hubert Sumlin, and CeDell Davis, the Arkansas bluesman turning 86 years old this week.

Wednesday, October 2

Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan 10

Jazz Roots 10 begins with two cuts by the Louisiana Rhythm Kings, completing their run from Vocalion Records in Jazz Roots 09, and then turns to a study of the C-melody saxophonist Frankie Trumbauer. Frankie’s heard with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra from 1929 with a young Bing Crosby on vocals, with the Frank Trumbauer Orchestra with Smith Ballou on vocals; and with Joe Venuti’s Blue 4: Frankie’s bandmates include Venuti, Eddie Lang, Bill Cody, and a young Ms. Mildred Bailey.

Wednesday, October 2
Fly By Night with Steve The Fly 28

Steve The Fly is on the scene with his crazy playing record machine in a program called Kiss & Hug, presenting tunes from The Moonglows, the ReBirth Brass Band, Wicked Knee, Leaf, Roy Burns, Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery, the Rashid Ali Quintet with Eddie Jefferson, the Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Dizzy Gillespie, John Sinclair, Thelonious Monk, and Bill Evans.

Thursday, October 3

Blues Edition with Leslie Keros 40

Leslie Keros cooking with great blues by Jimmy Witherspoon, Karrin Allyson, Andrew “Jr. Boy” Jones, Lil’ Ed and Dave Weld, Byther Smith, Luther “Guitar Junior” Johnson & The Magic Rockers, Magic Sam, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Chico Banks, Charles “Cow Cow” Davenport, Blind John Davis, Little Brother Montgomery, Old Friends, Barrelhouse Chuck Goering, Erwin Helfer, and Bob Seeley.

Thursday, October 3
Blues From The Red Rooster Lounge 63

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great bluessides by Bee Houston, Blind Blake, Eleanor Ellis, Rory Block, Michael Bloomfield, Irma Thomas, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Paul Delay Band, Lavern Baker, Roomful Of Blues, Deacon John, Tracy Nelson, Jackie Wilson, and the Bill Black Combo.

Friday, October 4

Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair 56

This week’s episode continues our investigation into the music of the great Harlem pianist Bud Powell as collected in The Complete Blue Note & Roost Recordings of Bud Powell, courtesy of Mark Ritsema in Rotterdam. This program has recordings by Bud Powell with Curtis Fuller, Paul Chambers, Art Taylor on August 3, 1957 and December 29, 1958; with Sam Jones & Philly Joe Jones on May 24, 1958; and with Pierre Michelot & Kenny Clarke in Paris on May 23, 1963.

Friday, October 4
Back Trackin’ With The Bartender 05

Tom Morgan is spinning as The Bartender with his new program for WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA called Back Trackin’ with great sides by Paul Gayten, Chris Kenner, Chuck Carbo, Eddie Bo, the AFO Executives, Alvin “Shine” Robinson, Aaron Neville, Barbara George, Benny Spellman, Allen Toussaint, Dr. John, Earl King, Art Neville, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Bobby Lounge, Chief Smiley Ricks, and James Booker.

Saturday, October 5

Toke Time with John Sinclair 57

Our tokes this month are coming from Detroit and we’re digging the blues from the early 1950s as gathered on a collection called Battle of Hastings Street with tunes from Joe Weaver with Johnnie Bassett, Johnny Wright, Eddie Burns, Eddie Kirkland, Robert Richard, and James Walton.

Sunday, October 6

Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound 64

It was a dark and stormy night, Caleb Selah gets out his pipe, slippers and drugs. His guests are Bobby D, George H, Van T M, Ali K, Joanna N and them good ole boys The Band. Seems like they all have a story to tell and we gots the time. The lovely Joanna Newsom is taken some interesting places by Ache and Swing….

Sunday, October 6
John Sinclair Radio Show Archive 216

This episode is the second program centered on a long conversation I had with the Japanese writer, musician, & punk rock legend Gaku Torii at a place called the Ooze Charm Coffeeshop in Tokyo in the evening of Friday, June 27, 2008. The excerpts in this episode are taken from the second section of the conversation and punctuated with recordings by the Motor City Blues Scholars, Jack Kerouac & Steve Allen, Miles Davis & John Coltrane, the MC-5, P&J Review Band, Bobby Seale, the Watts Prophets, Mitch Ryder & Detroit, and John Sinclair & the Pinkeye Orchestra recorded “live” at the Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit in July 2008— sort of an aural biography of my youthful years (Part 2) produced in my little room at the HeadPress Bunker in London on the first and second days of September, 2008. Gaku’s interview has just appeared in print in the Japanese periodical Record Collectors’ Magazine (Volume 27, Number  9, 2008).

Monday, October 7

John Sinclair Radio Show 516

A musical salute to my old pal Ready Teddy McQuiston, who passed awayin New Orleans last month, with selections from Little Richard, the Treme Brass Band, and other favorites of Ready Teddy on WWOZ Radio.

Tuesday, October 8

The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree 95

Bruce Pingree with a program of music this week by CeDell Davis & Derek Trucks, Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats, Ike Turner’s Kings of Rhythm, the Hot 8 Brass Band, Cha Wa, and the Fred Kemp Quintet with Smokey Johnson.

Wednesday, October 9

Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan 11

Jazz Roots 11 takes a long look at Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra and his recordings for BlueBird Records from 1928-1934,
taken from a BMG collection titled Jubilee Stomp. Duke’s Cotton Club Orchestra features early jazz greats Bubber Miley, Arthhur Whetsol, Tricky Sam Nanton, Otto Hardwicke, Barney Bigard, Harry Carney, Fred Guy, Wellman Braud, Sonny Greer, Teddy Bunn, Juan Tizol, and vocalist Ivy Anderson. Then the spotlight swings over to the Spirits of Rhythm andtheir progression from the Washboard Rhythm Kings to the Five Cousins to the Five Spirits of Rhythm to the immortal Spirits of Rhythm themselves. These recordings from 1932 feature Teddy Bunn, Leo Watson, Wellman Braud, Red McKenzie and others, taken from the Dutch CD Great Moments of Jazz (Retrieval).

Wednesday, October 9

Fly By Night with Steve The Fly 29

Steve The Fly is twisting his turntables today with a program of music &  word kicked off by a live introduction from New York City by The Fly with Allen Hertz & Kai Eckhardt followed by the Subatomic Particle Homesick Blues, Charles Mingus, Yusef Lateef, John Sinclair, Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie.

Thursday, October 10

Crossroads—Where Jazz Meets Blues with Leslie Keros 45

Leslie Keros is cooking with an hour of music by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Rusty Bryant, Planet D Nonet, Oscar Peterson, Nicholas Payton, Lester Young,Danny Gatton, Kenny Dorham, Hadda Brooks, and Mark Gross.

Thursday, October 10
Blues From The Red Rooster Lounge 64

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by John Nemeth & The Jacks, Johnny Adams, Boz Scaggs with.Duane Allman, Albert King, Roosevelt Dean, Roomful Of Blues, Coco Robicheaux, Gary Clark Jr, Jack Bruce, J.B. Lenoir, Charlie Musselwhite, and Nick Moss

Friday, October 11

Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair 57

Mark Ritsema shared with me a multi-disc set of CDs containing Sonny Rollins’ brilliant work for Riverside and Contemporary Records in the second half of the 1950s, including this program’s tracks from the Kenny Dorham album Jazz Contrasts from May 21 & 27, 1957 with Sonny Rollins on tenor saxophone, Hank Jones at the piano, Oscar Pettiford on bass & Max Roach on drums and music fromThe Sound of Sonny, recorded on June 11 or 12, 1957 with Sonny Clark on piano, Percy Heath on bass & Roy Haynes at the drums.

Friday, October 11
Back Trackin’ with Tom Morgan 06

Tom Morgan is spinning as The Bartender with his new program for WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA called Back Trackin’ with great sides by Paul Gayten, Louis Armstrong, Alvin “Red” Tyler, Jonathan Batiste, Wardell Quezergue, Jesse McBride, Matt Perrine, Clyde Kerr Jr. and Trombone Shorty.

Saturday, October 12

Toke Time with John Sinclair 58

Celebrating Detroit blues from the modern period as recorded andreleased by Mike Boulan at No Cover Records on a pair of compilations called 14 More! No Cover Records Sampler #5 and 6 X 14 Blues: No Cover Records Sampler #6 with cuts by Bobby Murray, Odell Blues Boy D, Sweet Claudette, the Boogie Chillens, Larry McCray, Robbie Lee Noll, Charles “Buddy” Smith, Cooley Pope, Kenny Miller, the Billy Davis Rhythm Machine, and Erich Goebel.

Sunday, October 13

Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound 65

The Fuck You Sound’s favourite Soundcloud find of the week soundcloud.com/grandmaster-flashback/washbottl, plus Grandmaster
Flashback, Lenni Sesar, Bite Marks, Atomic Moog 2000, The Hari Rascals Funk Arkestra, Ry Cooder & VM Bhatt, Donovan, Chemical Brothers, Nina Simone, Bonobo – Eyesdown, Joanna Newsom meets The Scientist Downstair, The Zimmerfilter, additional random voices by Christopher Hitchens & Gil Scott-Heron, both Honorary Hari Rascals Ohm

Sunday, October 13
John Sinclair Radio Show Archive 209

I made my first trip to the Far East this weekend to participate in an eventat the Tokyo Hipster Club centered on 1968, the MC-5 and therevolutionary movement in America, where I was interviewed on stage by the Japanese journalist & musician Gaku Torii with brilliant spontaneous translations from American into Japanese by Yuske in front of a full house of receptive, curious and responsive music lovers, mostly in their 20s and 30s, who paid close attention to our conversation throughout the 2-hour presentation. Before the show I sat with my friend Yukiko Akigawa, my THC host Maki Fujimoto, Yuske and Gaku to conduct an episode of the radio show in Tokyo, with music by the Wild Magnolias with Japanese guitarist June Yamagishi, Miles Davis, two selections by Gaku’s band Loaded from its new album Pull the Trigger, and John Sinclair with Wayne Kramer & the Lexington Arts Ensemble “live” in Los Angeles, plus a
passage from a conversation with Wayne Kramer I had recorded at the City Inn in London the previous Sunday afternoon.

Monday, October 14

John Sinclair Radio Show 517

Let me see, on October 14 I’ll be in Portland ME after a few days in New York City and a visit to Lowell MA for the Jack Kerouac Festival, so who knows what I’ll be playing on this show?

Tuesday, October 15

The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree 96

Bruce Pingree with a program of blues music this week celebrating the life and music of Michael Bloomfield, including his recordings with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and a closing set in tribute to Junior Kimbrough on the occasion of the 84th anniversary of his birth.

Wednesday, October 16

Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan 12

Jazz Roots 12 continues the story of the Spirits of Rhythm through 1932- 34 with Leo Watson, Teddy Bunn, Wellman Braud; and their compatriots, plus two cuts with guest vocalist Ella Logan from a 1934 Hollywood session, all from the Great Moments of Jazz CD on Retrieval Records. Tom steps back a decade and brings on the great Armond Piron & His New Orleans Orchestra from sessions in New York City in December 1923 and February 1924 during their residency at the Cotton Club, now collected on Azure Records CD-13. The ensemble includes Crescent City jazz pioneers Peter & Charles Bocage, Lorenzo Tio Jr., Steve Lewis, and Louis Cottrell, with Piron and Lewis handling the vocals. Piron and the band returned to New Orleans and recorded there in March 1924 with Lula Bolden and Lilly Jackson singing the blues.

Wednesday, October 16

Fly By Night with Steve The Fly 30

Steve The Fly is tripping tonight with an elogated segment by the great American poet Charles Olson and numbers by John Zorn, Billy Martin, Robert Anton Wilson, Lalo Schifrin, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Ray Charles, John Sinclair, Eddie Jefferson, Lionel Hampton, Zebra, the New Orleans Nightcrawlers, Jimmy McGriff, The Supplicants, and Hank Mobley.

Thursday, October 17

Blues Edition with Leslie Keros 41

Leslie Keros is playing the blues tonight with tunes from Big Daddy Kinsey, Howard & the White Boys, Lester Davenport, Ronnie Earl, Eric Bibb with Rory Block, Lowell Fulson, Lucky Peterson, Etta James, Roosevelt Sykes, Little Hatch, Carey & Lurrie Bell, T-Bone Walker, Johnny B. Moore, and Johnny “Guitar” Watson.

Thursday, October 17
Blues From The Red Rooster Lounge 65

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by Tail Dragger, Studebaker John & The Maxwell Street Kings, James Harman, Kenny Neal, Candye Kane with Laura Chavez, Erma Coffee, Lurrie Bell, Johnnie Marshall, Roomful Of Blues, Shemekia Copeland, Johnny Copeland, Barry Goldberg & Mike Bloomfield.

Friday, October 18

Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair 58

Part 2 of Sonny Rollins on Riverside Records features tunes from The Sound of Sonny with Sonny Clark, Paul Chambers, & Roy Haynes on June 19, 1957; the Abbey Lincoln album That’s Him! From October 28, 1957 with Abbey Lincoln, Sonny Rollins, Kenny Dorham, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers & Max Roach; and a one-off date for Leonard Feather called Sonny Rollins Plays from November 4, 1957 with Jimmy Cleveland on trombone, Gil Coggins at the piano, Wendell Marshall on bass & Kenny Dennis on drums.

Friday, October 18
Back Trackin’ With The Bartender 07

Tom Morgan is spinning as The Bartender with his new program for WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA called Back Trackin’ with great sides by Paul Gayten, Conan Pathus, Steve Masakowski, Ellis Marsalis, Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald, Ingrid Lucia, Nicholas Payton, Carl LeBlanc, New Orleans Moonshiners, Luke Winslow King, Irma Thomas, Johnny Adams, Willie Tee, and James Booker.

Saturday, October 19

Toke Time with John Sinclair 59

This is the first of two programs of blues sides collected by Robert Junior Whitall for Big City Blues magazine for its Sampler #4 (2008) & Sampler #5 (2009) featuring Clarence Fountain, Reverend Robert Sexton, Kenny Brown & Little Freddie King, Diedra Hurdle, Dexter Allen, Guy King, Linsey Alexander, Ray Brooks, Mr. Tater, Alexis P. Suter, Preston Shannon, Biscuit Miller, Smokey Greenwell, and Steve Johnson.

Sunday, October 20

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Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound 66

Who knows what this program from Caleb Selah and the Lesbian Horse inthe underground den of housedem.com in London will bring us? We can’t read Chinese!

Sunday, October 20
John Sinclair Radio Show 210

After missing last year’s session I was back at Common Ground on the Hill at McDaniel College in Westminster MD and helping conduct the Radio Production Workshop with Cary Wolfson (the Red Rooster) and Mike Atherton, our indefatigable engineer and technical director for the class, which had about 10 participants this year, most of high school age. Over the series of five 90-minute sessions we got the kids involved in creating and recording segments for the one-hour radio program we would produce out of their efforts, and then worked with them on the editing process and assembled this episode for Radio Free Amsterdam featuring music by Common Ground faculty members La Gilmore, Scott Ainslie, Sparky Rucker and Mike Baytop, and by student participants Gahdiliel, Phil Speiss, Emmanuel Ortiz and Emily Rosenthal, along with conversations among students Maria Marquez, Vaughn Sewell, Beverly Williamson, Jacinta Garcia and Jesus Martinez.

Monday, October 21

John Sinclair Radio Show 518

This episode will be coming from Portsmouth NH or either Portland ME or New Haven CT where I’ll be visiting my sister Kathy & her peoples, but I can guarantee that there’ll be music you’ll want to hear and we’ll have it right cheer.

Tuesday, October 22
The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree 97

Bruce Pingree with a program of blues music this week in honor of the 84th birthday of the late great North Mississppi Hill Country bluesman Junior Kimbrough, plus a salute to J.J. Cale upon his recent passing.

Wednesday, October 23

Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan 13

Jazz Roots 13 features New Orleans trumpet man Louis Prima as a young man and the great Jimmy Lunceford Orchestra in its prime. Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan is a production of WWOZ-FM, New Orleans.

Wednesday, October 23
Fly By Night with Steve The Fly 31

Steve The Fly is flying with a program inspired by Charles Mingus and incorporating two of the great composer’s finest works from the late 1950s plus cuts by John Sinclair & His International Blues Scholars, The Eureka Brass Band of New Orleans, George Russell with Jon Hendricks, William S. Burroughs, John Zorn, and Coleman Hawkins.

Thursday, October 24

Crossroads—Where Jazz Meets Blues with Leslie Keros 46

Leslie Keros with an hour of great music by Stevie Ray Vaughn, LennyMarcus, Clifford Brown, Dr. John-Art Blakey-David Newman, Irma Thomas, Charlie Rich, Stan Getz & Kenny Barron, Milt Jackson, Gene Ammons, Barry Harris, Chet Baker, and Joe Williams & Count Basie.

Thursday, October 24
Blues From The Red Rooster Lounge 66

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great bluessides by Little G Weevil, Delbert & Glen, Studebaker John & The MaxwellStreet Kings, Mem Shannon, Johnny Adams, John Németh, Lurrie Bell,Bettye LaVette, Sam Lay Blues Band, James Cotton with Ruthie Foster, Preston Shannon, and Dave Keller.

Friday, October 25

Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair 59

This episode completes our look into the music of Sonny Rollins recorded for Riverside, Contemporary and other labels in the late 1950s, from the albums Sonny Rollins Plays released by Leonard Feather from sessions made on November 4, 1957 with Jimmy Cleveland, Gil Coggins, Wendell Marshall & Kenny Dennis; Freedom Suite (Riverside) from February 1958 with Oscar Pettiford & Max Roach; and seections from Sonny Rollins & The Contemporary Jazz Giants (Contemporary Records), recorded in Los Angeles October 20-22, 1958 with Hampton Hawes, Barney Kessel, Leroy Vinegar, Shelly Manne, and Victor Feldman.

Friday, October 25
Back Trackin’ With The Bartender 08

Tom Morgan is spinning as The Bartender with his new program for WTJU-FM in Charlottesvile VA called Back Trackin’ with great sides by Paul Gayten, Tommy Sancton, Tim Laughlin, Pete Fountain, Zigaboo Modeliste, Dr. John, Wild Magnolias, Al Reed, Alvin “Shine” Robinson, Chris Kenner, Diamond Joe, Mem Shannon, Marva Wright, Mark Adams, Snooks Eaglin, Tommy Ridgley, and James Booker.

Saturday, October 26

Toke Time with John Sinclair 60

This week’s tokes consist of another hour of blues tunes assembled by Robert Junior Whitall for the Big City Blues Magazine Sampler #9 & #12 spotighting Johnnie Bassett, VD King, Dave Fields, The Vincent Hayes Project, S.E. Willis, Toronzo Cannon, Davina & The Vagabonds, Smoky Greenwell, the Strata-Tones, Joe Louis Walker, The 44s, Beverly McClellan, Lisa Biales, Peter Novelli, and Luther “Badman” Keith.

Sunday, October 27

Caleb Selah Presents The Fuck You Sound 67

The Off-White Album by The Fuck You Sound featuring Leslie Horseman:In 1969, the Apple Corporations secret military wing met in the secretunderground bunker, hewn out of the earth, 200 feet below Kinfauns,George Harrison’s maximum security bungalow in Esher. With theirdemise now imminent, the four Beatles sat in stoney silence as their highsecurity clearance science team—tongues removed on employment t prevent disclosing Fab Secrets—informed John, Paul, George andRingotron* that an alien life force had been detected during a routine sweep of an obscure sector of the galaxy.This was just what the Beatles had been quietly hoping for since 1966 when Reg Presley of The Troggs had drunkenly told them about the alien visitors he’d met in a barn in Penge, three months previously. With immediate effect, the Fab Four initiated Operation Lady Madonna and the Apple office roof split asunder to reveal the world’s most powerful lazerradio- scope, a device specially built by Magic Alex & The Beatles. Its purpose? To send their music to  other worlds to spread galactic peace and defeat Meanies et al…. Now, it is 2034 and the Beatles are long dead. Their remains preserved in the Beatlecropolis in Liverpool for eternity and the signal has bounced back, distorted by stellar energy fields and the gravitational forces of a million mega-suns. This is the result, warped by light speed and cosmic radiation.

Sunday, October 27
John Sinclair Radio Show 211

Common Ground on the Hill at McDaniel College in Westminster MD presented its annual Roots Music & Arts Festival on the grounds of the Carroll County Farm Museum on Saturday & Sunday, July 12-13, and Mike Atherton and I took the liberty of recording this episode of my radio program for Radio Free Amsterdam featuring “live” and recorded music by Common Ground faculty members Scott Ainslie and Bill Ellis, conversations with Scott, Bill, Cary Wolfson, Professor Louie and Dr. Loco, and recordings by Bo Diddley, T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, and John Sinclair with Ed Moss & the Society Jazz Orchestra.

Monday, October 28
John Sinclair Radio Show 519

For this episode I’ll be back in Detroit after another weekend in New York City, so I’ll probably wanna feature music from the Motor City, but who can tell from here?

Tuesday, October 29

The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree 98

Bruce Pingree with a program of blues & gospel music this week in memory of the recently departed J.J. Cale and a 78th birthday salute to the great Buddy Guy.

Wednesday, October 30
Jazz Roots with Tom Morgan 14

Produced by Tom Morgan for WWOZ-FM in New Orleans, Jazz Roots 14 features classic jazz by the Jimmy Lunceford Orchestra, the Dandridge Sisters, plus the Wilbur deParis band “live” in Boston in 1957.

Wednesday, October 30
Fly By Night with Steve The Fly 32

Steve The Fly is spinning with distinction for this program of audio wierdness featuring Moondog, Dr John, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, John Sinclair & His Blues Scholars, Earl Hooker, Eddie Bo, Reuben Wilson, Errol Garner, and Amina & Amiri Baraka.

Thursday, October 31
Blues Edition with Leslie Keros 42

Leslie Keros is blowing in from Chicago with a great program of blues by Big Daddy Kinsey, Mary Bridget Davies, Paul deLay Band, Smokin’ Joe Kubek, Tracy Nelson & Mother Earth, Junior Parker, Vance Kelly, Stephanie Trick, Robert Johnson, Charles Brown, Anson Funderburgh & The Rockets, Otis Clay, Shirley Johnson, Little Charlie & the Nightcats & Jim Pugh, Junior Wells, Son Seals, and Ray Charles.

Thursday, October 31
Blues From The Red Rooster Lounge 67

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great bluessides by Dave Herrero, Delbert & Glen, RB Stone, Johnny Marshall,
Solomon Burke, Ann Peeble, Little Anthony & The Imperials, Felix Cavaliere & Steve Cropper, Magic Sam, Lurrie Bell, Tail Dragger, Little G Weevil, Eleanor Ellis, and Hubert Sumlin.
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