2016—11 November Program Guide

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents
RADIO FREE AMSTERDAM 2016
BLUES, JAZZ & REEFER—KEEPING THE MUSIC ALIVE

Mondays
The John Sinclair Radio Show
plus Fly By Night with Steve The Fly
Tuesdays
The Blues Show with Bruce Pingree
plus Blues From the Red Rooster Lounge with Cary Wolfson
Wednesdays
Messin’ With The Blues with Leslie Keros
plus Sounds of Blue with Bob Putignano
Thursdays
Beyond The Groove Yard with George Klein
plus Ancestor Worship with John Sinclair
Fridays
Sounds of Blue with Bob Putignano
plus The Soul Lucille Show
Saturdays
The Dr. Doo Wop Show with Bill Levy
plus Party Train with Linda Lexy
Sundays
Mood Indigo with Leslie Keros
plus Jazz Lunatique with David Kunian

Radio Free Amsterdam’s IndieGoGo crowd-funding project under the direction of the John Sinclair Foundation, a big part of which is to finance a complete makeover of our RFA website and program service and make our programming, information and archives more accessible to our listeners, didn’t work out so well.

But the big birthday party fund-raiser thrown by our friends in Ann Arbor was a smashing success and raised almost half the funds we were seeking, so we are able to go ahead with our plans and overhaul the radio station in the next couple of months. Look for great new changes in the near future, and big thanks to the people who made this upgrade possible.

In November George Klein’s Sunday edition of Beyond The Groove Yard is replaced by Leslie keros’s new show, Mood Indigo, while her Messin’ With The Blues program continues on Wednesdays. Tune in to our 24/7 Stream for continuous wall-to-wall programming.

NOVEMBER 2016 PROGRAM GUIDE

Tuesday, November 1
ROCK HOUSE
THE BLUES SHOW 255

Bruce Pingree is playing music this weekby Big Maybelle, Paul Rishell & Annie Raines, Rory Block, Alysha, Alice Stewart, Maria Muldaur, Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi, Barbara Dane, Etta Baker, Elizabeth Cotton, Laura Dukes, Edith Wilson, Nora Lee King & Mary Lou Williams, Zora Young, and Mavis Staples.

BACK ROOM ROCK
RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 224

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by King Curtis, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Phillip Walker, Kid Ramos, Lafayette Thomas, Little Boys Blue, Mike Bloomfield, Lil’ Ed & Blues Imperials, Andrew “Big Voice” Odom, B.B. King, Johnny “Big Moose” Walker, Terry Hanck Band, Nancy Wright, and Charlie Musselwhite.

Wednesday, November 2
RIGHT PLACE, WRONG TIME
MESSIN’ WITH THE BLUES 107

Leslie Keros is remembering the recently departed Allen Toussaint and also saluting the birthday anniversary of W.C. Handy with music by Erwin Helfer, Bobby Rush, Super Chikan, Morry Sochat & the Special 20s, Allen Toussaint, Etta James, Dr. John, Robben Ford, Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith, and Arthur Migliazza.

SOUL BLUES
SOUNDS OF BLUE 18

Bob Putignano is digging deep in Episode 18 with music by Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia, Coleman Hawkins, Stanley Turrentine, Paul Desmond, and Jim Hall.

Thursday, November 3
ARRIVING SOON
BEYOND THE GROOVE YARD 149

George Klein presents an hour of splendid music from Riverside and Jazzland Records in the 1950s & 60s from Wynton Kelly, Barry Harris, Yusef Lateef, the Thelonious Monk Orchestra, Nat and Cannonball Adderley, Sonny Rollins, and Sonny Red.

TENOR MADNESS
ANCESTOR WORSHIP 14

Episode 14 continues our investigation of the recordings of Sonny Rollins on Prestige Records in 1956 including his session with the Miles Davis rhythm section and, on “Tenor Madness,” a tenor saxophone battle with John Coltrane as well.

Friday, November 4
SOUP BONE
SOUNDS OF BLUE 19

Bob Putignano is offering some soulful music in Episode 19 by Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia, Horace Silver, Andy Bey, Debbie Davies, Rodney Jones, Gene Harris, The Three Sounds, and Freddy Robinson.

GET UP AND DANCE
THE SOUL LUCILLE SHOW 65

Lucille DJ is back all the way from controradio-fm in the heart of Italy with a killer hour of soul & super heavy funk and a guest spot by John Sinclair with tunes by Sugar Pie DeSanto, Paul Humphrey & His Cool Aid Chemists, The Dynamics, Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Memphis Horns, the Staple Singers, Lyn Collins, Mabel John, Bill Withers, Yvonne Fair, and Sam Most.

Saturday, November 5
STAND BY ME
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 19

Dr. Doo Wop is back with another of his great programs for Radio 100 in Amsterdam from the turn of the century with music by The Chortles, Ben E. King, The Cyrenes, The Dixie Cup, The Crystalaires, Rosie & The Originals, Etta James, Ruby & The Romantics, The Marvelettes, Bill Levy, John Lee Hooker, and Ruth Brown.

PARTY LIGHTS
PARTY TRAIN WITH LINDA LEXY 23

Detroit’s own Linda Lexy is driving the Party Train all the way from Funky D Studios in Royal Oak, where she’s playing music in Episode 23 starting with her theme song by Tino Gross and followed by Booker T & The MGs, Chuck Berry, The Valentines, Claudine Clark, Edwin Starr, Dyke & The Blazers, Sonrize, Charles Bradley, Clarence Curvan, Ray J Jones, the Hard Drivers featuring Vivian Lee, Willie Rogers, The Cookies, Cynthia Sheeler, The Moments, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Tino G, and the Howling Diablos.

Sunday, November 6
SWING TIME
MOOD INDIGO 01

Leslie Keros is debuting her brand new show in this first episode of Mood Indigo with an opening theme by Shirley Scott & Stanley Turrentine and sides by Lou Rawls, Melvin Sparks, David Egan, Oscar Pettiford, Lenny Marcus Trio, Dave Clark’s Blues Swingers, Elias Haslanger, Erwin Helfer & Katherine Davis, Lavelle Lacy, Terry Moore & Richard Gibbs, and Wycliffe Gordon.

COMPARED TO WHAT
JAZZ LUNATIQUE 97

David Kunian is playing music in honor of the recently departed Stanley “Buckwheat Zydeco” Dural Jr. and of the birthdays of Bruce Springsteen, John Coltrane, Ray Charles, Les McCann, Ani DeFranco, and Earl Turbinton with the Wild Magnolias, plus cuts by Bad Brains and The Meters.

Monday, November 7
ALL ABOARD
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 678

Episode 678 is coming from Dr. Bob’s Psychedelic Healing Shack at Woodward & Goldengate in the north end of Detroit—future home of Coffeeshop John Sinclair—and I’ve got part three this week of my homage to the great 20th century masters of music & verse: Nobel Prize-winning composer Bob Dylan, the 90-year-old genius Chuck Berry, and the great guitarist, singer & composer McKinley Morganfield, professionally known as Muddy Waters, introduced to the music-loving public by Chess Records co-founder Phil Chess, who recently passed away at the age of 95. So here’s an hour of Muddy Waters on Aristocrat & Chess Records, owned & operated by Phil & Leonard Chess. This program is dedicated to the Chess brothers and to my own late father, Jack Sinclair, born in 1910.

BITCHES BREW
FLY BY NIGHT 182

Steve The Fly is listening to music in Episode 182 by Peter King, Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie, Eddie Jefferson, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Billy Martin’s Wicked Knee, Rebirth Brass Band with Lenny Kravitz, the Dee Felice Trio, Charles Lloyd-Eric Harland-Zakir Hussain, Jimmy Cobb-Ron Carter-Gary Bartz-Louis Banks, and Sonny Rollins.

Tuesday, November 8
TELL ME SOMEBODY
THE BLUES SHOW 256

Bruce Pingree is playing a stunning mixture of music by Willie Brown, Papa Harvey Hull & Long Cleve Reed as the Down Home Boys, Joe Hill Louis, Willie Nix, Big Walter Horton, Josh White, Sidney Maiden, Snuff Johnson, Ted Bogan & Howard Armstrong, Branford Marsalis, B.B. King, Robert Cray, and Maria Muldaur with Rockin’ Jake.

OVERALL JUNCTION
RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 225

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by The Dynatones, Little Johnny Taylor, Curtis Salgado, Bobby Rush, Eddie Taylor, Lurrie Bell, B.B.. King, Grady Champion, Little Boys Blue, Omar Coleman, Albert King, and Lee Shot Williams.

Wednesday, November 9
CROSSCUT SAW
MESSIN’ WITH THE BLUES 108

Leslie Keros has a mess of killer blues in Episode 108 by Billy Branch & Kenny Neal, John Lee Hooker, Aretha Franklin, R.J. Mischo ,the Rockin’ Johnny Band, the Mannish Boys, Johnny Young, Jimmy & Mama Yancey, Snooky Pryor, Little Sonny, Magic Sam, and Terry Hanck.

SITTIN’ DUCK
SOUNDS OF BLUE 20

Bob Putignano has the sounds of blue this week from Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia, Stanley Turrentine, Larry Goldings, Herbie Mann, Rodney Jone. Josh Charles, Gene Harris & the Three Sounds, and The Crusaders.

Thursday, November 10
FINE AND DANDY
BEYOND THE GROOVE YARD 150

George Klein concludes his presentation of music from Riverside and Jazzland Records in the 1950s & 60s by artists including the Montgomery Brothers, The Jazz Messengers, Clark Terry with Thelonious Monk, Charlie Byrd, Cannonball Adderley, Sonny Stitt, and Bobby Timmons.

SAXOPHONE COLOSSUS
ANCESTOR WORSHIP 15

Episode 15 offers another thrilling installment of classic jazz from 1956 mined from the seven-disc set called The Complete Prestige Recordings of Sonny Rollins, featuring the Clifford-Brown-Max Roach Quintet and selections from the album accurately titled Saxophone Colossus..

Friday, November 11
BIG TIME OPERATORS
SOUNDS OF BLUE 21

Bob Putignano is back with a stellar hour of music by big time operators like Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia, Stanley Turrentine with Milt Jackson, the Gene Harris Quartet, Van Morrison with John Lee Hooker, Larry Goldings, Herbie Mann, Archie Bell & the Drells, and Roy Buchanan.

FUNKY STREET
THE SOUL LUCILLE SHOW 66

Lucille DJ is back on the air from controradio-fm in the heart of Italy with another killer hour of soul & super heavy funk and a guest spot from John Sinclair with tunes by Arthur Conley, Ghetto Kitty, Marva Whitney, Betty LaVette, Lou Johnson, Glass House, Ann Sexton, The Bar Kays, Grady Tate, The Modulations, The Undisputed Truth, Vernon Garrett, Dizzy Gillespie, and Daronda.

Saturday, November 12
DUCK SOUP
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 20

Dr. Doo Wop is spinning on Radio 100 in Amsterdam just following the bombings of America on 9/11/2001 with a program of music and weirdness featuring The Charmers, Bill Levy, Groucho Marx, Slim & Slam, The Crystals, The Ambassadors, The Jaguars, Roy Hamilton, The Golden Chords, Nathaniel Lewis Singers, Jet Powers, Shep & The Limelites, and a couple of unidentified artists along the way.

TRUE FINE MAMA
PARTY TRAIN WITH LINDA LEXY 24

Linda Lexy is driving the Party Train all the way from Funky D Studios where she’s playing music in Episode 24 by Tino Gross, Bettye LaVette, the Jackson 5, Little Richard, Otis Clay, Zeke Strong & The Ladyettes, Harvey & The Phenomenals, Diamond Joe, Alex Williams & The Mustangs, Vicki Anderson, Eugene Blacknell & New Breed, Esquires ’67, Friends of Distinction, Fats Domino, Marie Boubarere, Bobby Powell, Mable John, and John Sinclair.

Sunday, November 13
GOOD GROOVE
MOOD INDIGO 02

Leslie Keros is celebrating her new program with a second hour of music featuring John Pizzarelli, Richard “Groove” Holmes, Johnnie Bassett, Ben Sidran, Arthur Migliazza, Dr. John & Donald Harrison, Davell Crawford, LaVern Baker, Baby Face Willette, Scott Hamilton & Bucky Pizzarelli, and Roy Hargrove.

WHEN YOU’RE GONE
JAZZ LUNATIQUE 98

David Kunian is playing birthday music by the Rebirth Brass Band in honor of Allison Miner plus September 23 birthday salutes to Bruce Springsteen, John Coltrane and Earl Turbinton and cuts by Amanda Shires, Jason Isbell, and the recently departed Buckwheat Zydeco.

Monday, November 14
ZENTA NEW YEAR
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 679

Episode 679 will be coming from the 1XRUN gallery on Gratiot Avenue across from Eastern Market in Detroit, recorded on the Zenta New Year with music from the MC-5 and other Motor City artists yet to be selected.

SPYING GLASS
FLY BY NIGHT 183

Steve The Fly is looking forward in Episiode 183 with music by Nina Simone, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Horace Andy, Herbie Hancock, Al Haig-Art Themen-Peter King, Thelonious Monk, John Sinclair, Steve Fly & Laith Al Saadi, Muddy Waters, Sonny Rollins-Don Cherry-Billy Higgins-Henry Grimes, and Bobby Enriquez-Richie Cole-Benny Reitveld.

Tuesday, November 15
FATHER, FATHER
THE BLUES SHOW 257

Bruce Pingree is celebrating Father’s Day by playing music by Pops Staples, Mavis Staples & The Staples Singers and songs beloved by Bruce’s father as performed by Louis Armstrong and Roosevelt Sykes.

STOP AND THINK
RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 226

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by Ike Turner’s Kings Of Rhythm, Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials, Dennis Gruenling, Corey Dennison Band, Grady Champion, Otis Rush, Bill Perry, Carol Fran & Clarence Hollimon, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Melvin Taylor, Kenny Parker, Lurrie Bell, Albert King, and Michael Williams.

Wednesday, November 16
LOST MIND
MESSIN’ WITH THE BLUES 109

Leslie Keros is spinning a lot of music in Episode 109 from Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Natalie Cole, the Johnny Otis Band, Matthew Scoller, Carl “Sonny” Leyland, Yank Rachell, Johnny Taylor, Eric Bibb & J.J. Milteau, Paul Jeremiah, the Tedeschi-Trucks Band, Ray Bryant, Adam Scone, The Kinsey Report, and the Planet D Nonet.

A SEARCH FOR SOUL
SOUNDS OF BLUE 22

Bob Putignano is wailing in Episode 22 with music by Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia, The Crusaders, Pat Martino, the Felix Cabrera Band with Jimmy Vivino, Miles Davis & John Lee Hooker, and John Lee Hooker with Santana.

Thursday, November 17
TROPICALIA
BEYOND THE GROOVE YARD 151

George Klein presents an hour of music with a Caribbean flavor by Duke Ellington, Nina Simone, Cal Tjader, Herbie Mann, Andy Narell, Kenny Dorham, Steve Turre, Dizzy Gillespie, and Grant Green.

STRODE RODE
ANCESTOR WORSHIP 16

Episode 16 presents another big helping of classic Sonny Rollins Prestige recordings by his quartets & quintets from 1956 taken from the seven-disc set called The Complete Prestige Recordings of Sonny Rollins.

Friday, November 18
TRAGIC MAGIC
SOUNDS OF BLUE 23

Bob Putignano is remembering Gene Wilder in Episode 23 with Mel Brooks’ “Blazing Saddles Theme” and playing music by The Outlaws plus live performances by Quicksilver Messenger Service and Traffic at the Fillmores East and West.

SWEETER TOMORROW
THE SOUL LUCILLE SHOW 67

Lucille DJ is on the air from controradio-fm in the heart of Italy with a killer hour of soul & super heavy funk and a guest spot from John Sinclair with tunes by Ted Taylor, Sherri Taylor, Oscar Brown Jr., Roberta Flack, Eddie Harris & Les McCann, Mitty Collier, Billy Preston, Margie Joseph, Magnum, The 8th Day, Graham Central Station, Spanky Wilson, and Fred Wesley & The Horny Horns.

Saturday, November 19
CRAZY MAN CRAZY
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 21

Dr. Doo Wop is cooking with music played for Radio 100 in Amsterdam at the end of 2001 by a passel of unidentified artists and The Teens, Bob Seger, The Six Teens, Bill Levy, The Chordettes, Frankie Avalon, and Richard Berry & The Pharaohs.

IN THE BASEMENT
PARTY TRAIN WITH LINDA LEXY 25

Detroit’s own Linda Lexy is driving the Party Train fueled with music in Episode 25 by Tino Gross, Chris Kenner, Sam Cooke, Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto, Big Mama Thornton, James Brown, Freddie Scott & Four Steps, Josephine Jones & Raw Soul Band, The Kingsman, Lonnie Lester & 13th Generation, Soul Bros Inc, Len Woods, KoKo Taylor, Little Walter, Lloyd Nolan, Lou Rawls, Marvin Gaye, Jimmie Bones, and the Treme Brass Band.

Sunday, November 20
GROOVE BLUES
MOOD INDIGO 03

Leslie Keros is spinning some soulful jazz by Sonny Stitt, Steve Heckman Quintet, Andre Previn, Tina Brooks, Martin Sasse Trio, Don Stille, Bud Shank & Bill Mays, and Louie Bellson’s Magic 7, plus a salute to B.B. King.

PIETY OR DESIRE
JAZZ LUNATIQUE 99

David Kunian is throwing down in Episode 99 with music by Egg Yolk Jubilee, The Old 97’s, Fox & The Hound, Gary Negbar, Orchestra Morphine, The Meters: The New Orleans Suspects, Z.Z. Top, Luke Winslow King, Drive-By Truckers, Jason Isbell, The Tango, and Lydia Loveless.

Monday, November 21
BYE-YA
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 680

If all goes according to plan I’ll be in Paris and then Athens before arriving in Amsterdam on November 20, so Episode 680 will be coming from one of these great cities but there’s no way of knowing quite yet which one.

RAWFLY
FLY BY NIGHT 184

Steve The Fly is speaking at length with Robert Anton Wilson over musical backgrounds provided by Martin “Youth” Glover, Garaj Mahal, Hagbard Celine, Rick Rasa, Tim Egmond and Steve The Fly himself.

Tuesday, November 22
SMILE ON MY FACE
THE BLUES SHOW 258

Bruce Pingree is playing music for Father’s Day by Roosevelt Sykes and Sunnyland Slim plus recordings featuring the recently departed Chess Records drummer Morris Jennings with Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and Willie Dixon and a series of recordings associated with Memphis guitarist/composer/producer Chips Moman by Carla Thomas, Aretha Franklin, James Carr, William Bell, Bobby Womack, and The Veltones.

COMIN’ FOR YA
RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 227

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by Chick Willis, Bobby King, Imperial Crowns, Johnny Rawls, Kenny “Blue” Ray, Jesse Fortune & Buddy Guy, Lonnie Mack, Chris Cain, BBQ Bob Maglinte, Billy Branch, and Kenny “Blue” Ray.

Wednesday, November 23
SMOKE STACK LIGHTNING
MESSIN’ WITH THE BLUES 110

Leslie Keros is riding high with an hour of train songs selected by Bill Dahl and featuring railroad classics and obscurities by Jimmy Forrest, Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup, John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson, Sunnyland Slim (as “Dr. Clayton’s Buddy”), Louis Jordan, Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, Tiny Bradshaw, Roy Brown & His Mighty Mighty Men, Howlin’ Wolf, Snooky Pryor, Otis Rush, Little Junior’s Blue Flames, Danny Overbea, Tarheel Slim, Grover Pruitt, Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, Rufus Thomas, Jackie Payne, and King Curtis.

LISTEN HERE
SOUNDS OF BLUE 24

Bob Putignano is right on time with music in Episode 24 from Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia, The Felix Cabrera Band with Jimmy Vivino, Traffic, the soundtrack of Frankenstein, and a concert called A Celebration for Jim Capaldi & Traffic.

Thursday, November 24
RHUMBA NHUMBA
BEYOND THE GROOVE YARD 152

George Klein presents another hour of music with a Caribbean flavor by Walter Davis Jr, the Panorama Jazz Band, Los Gatos, Kermit Ruffins, Wes Montgomery, the Jazz Crusaders, Chico Hamilton, and Eddie Palmieri.

WAY OUT WEST
ANCESTOR WORSHIP 17

Episode 17 finishes up our long investigation into the early recordings of Sonny Rollins, closing with the Sonny Rollins Quintet with Kenny Dorham on Prestige in 1956 and the Sonny Rollins Trio sessions in Los Angeles in 1957 for Contemporary Records with Shelley Manne on drums and Ray Brown on bass for the album titled Way Out West.

Friday, November 25
TWILIGHT ZONE
SOUNDS OF BLUE 25

Bob Putignano is cruising through space this week with Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia, the Grateful Dead, Henry Kaiser, and music from television’s greatest hits.

GIMME SHELTER
THE SOUL LUCILLE SHOW 68

Lucille DJ is on the air from controradio-fm in the heart of Italy with a killer hour of soul & super heavy funk and a guest spot from John Sinclair with tunes by Tommy Neal, Joe Bataan, Marion Black, Pat Hunt, S.O.U.L., The Main Ingredient, Willie Hutch, Merry Clayton, Blue Mitchell, MFSB, Sweet Charles, and Herbie Mann

Saturday, November 26
DECK THE HALLS
THE DR. DOO WOP SHOW 22

Dr. Doo Wop offers a twisted Christmas show as played on Radio 100 in Amsterdam in 2001 with classics and sick obscurities from The Youngsters, Sesame Street, Slim & Slam, Bill Levy, The Happy Hamsters, Billy Joel, Brenda Lee, Bobby Helms, The Drifters, Younger Dayz, The Illumens, Dion, The Ronettes, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Elmo & Patsy, Ike & Tina Turner, and a few unidentified artists.

BIG CHIEF
PARTY TRAIN WITH LINDA LEXY 26

Linda Lexy is driving the Party Train from Funky D Studios where she’s playing music in Episode 26 by Tino Gross, Professor Longhair, Eddie Kirk, Connie Van Dyke, Little Ann, City Council Ltd, Sweet Charles, The Herculoids, Chico & Buddy, Ann Sexton, Loose Ends, Charmaine, Betty Barney, Norma Jean, The Fabulettes, Funkadelic, Eddie & Ernie, and the Royal Blackbirds.

Sunday, November 27
MESSY BUT GOOD
MOOD INDIGO 04

Leslie Keros is back in Episode 4 of Mood Indigo with another hour of soulful jazz by Rhoda Scott, Louis Smith, Stanley Cowell, Poncho Sanchez, David Torkanowsky, Brother Jack McDuff, George Cables, and Bobby Broom, plus another birthday salute to B.B. King.

GONZO
JAZZ LUNATIQUE 100

David Kunian is kicking them out in this milestone Episode 100 with music from Egg Yolk Jubilee, The Police, Prince, Nicholas Payton, the Uptown Jazz Orchestra, Domenic Ferrinacci, Madeline Peyreau, a salute to Nobel Prize for Literature recipient Bob Dylan, and a closing cut from James Booker.

Monday, November 28
ON THE ROAD
JOHN SINCLAIR RADIO SHOW 681

Back in Amsterdam for the winter, Episode 681 will be coming from one of our usual haunts, probably the 420 Coffeeshop on the Singel canal, with a program of music and patter yet to be determined.

NEW COLD WAR
FLY BY NIGHT 185

Steve The Fly pays homage to his late mentor and friend, Robert Anton Wilson, with an Illuminatus Trilogy and tunes by Don Cherry & Latif Khan, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Alan Moore & Gary Lloyd, Dr Marshmallow Cubicle, Allen Ginsberg, and The Up.

Tuesday, November 29
BAD CONTRACT
THE BLUES SHOW 259

Bruce Pingree is playing music from new recordings by the Willie J. Laws Band, C.W. Stone King, The Mystics, Moreland & Arbuckle, Toronzo Cannon, Zach Harmon, Andy T & The Nick Nixon Band, and Curtis Salgado, a pair of cuts by Katie Webster, Muddy Waters with Johnny Winter, and a pair of unidentified artists.

TROUBLE NO MORE
RED ROOSTER LOUNGE 228

Cary Wolfson is spinning at the Red Rooster Lounge with great blues sides by Chuck Berry:, Koko Taylor, Little Walter, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Mighty Joe Young, Dave Thompson, Melissa Etheridge, Otis Redding, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Kim Wilson, Nancy Wright, Hop Wilson, Maurice John Vaughn, and Kenny Parker.

Wednesday, November 30
HONEY DRIPPER
MESSIN’ WITH THE BLUES 111

Leslie Keros is cooking in Episode 111 with music by Erwin Helfer, Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, Lavelle White, The Jimmys, C.J. Chenier, Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry, Kevin McKendree, Chris O’Leary Band, Big Joe Turner, Bennie Smith, Reuben Wilson, Houston Person with Charles Brown. and Benny Turner.

MOUNTAIN JAM
SOUNDS OF BLUE 26

Bob Putignano is staying out there this week with extended works from the Grateful Dead and The Allman Brothers Band plus a cameo appearance from the notorious Zacherle.

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