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#84 Blues From The Ouse on Jorvik Radio with Paul Winn & Ben Darwin 23.06.21

#84 Blues From The Ouse on Jorvik Radio with Paul Winn & Ben Darwin 23.06.21

Playing tracks by

Fleetwood Mac.



Featuring a live "in studio session from Dust Radio and:-
Atomic 44s - Ol' Mexico
Steve West Weston - She's A Killer
Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite - Movin' On
Nick Steed Five - Cold Hearted Woman
Dr John - A Man Of Many Words
Freddie King - Pack It Up
B.B King - Blue Shadows
John Lee Hooker - Crawlin' King Snake
11 Guys Quartet - The Rona Stomp
The Dynamite Blues Band - Fast Track To Nowhere
Chris Whitley - Ball Peen Hammer
Andy Lindquist - The Call Of The Rooster
Fleetwood Mac - Need Your Love So Bad
Mitch Kashmar - Nickels & Dimes
Jimmy Regal & The Royals - Commit A Crime
Misty Blues - Down In Lenox Town
Five Points Gang - Chills & Thrills
Chris Corcoran - Made To Move


Stuart Broderick

The guests Dust Radio, sounded great.

Paul Winn
Paul Winn

they were brilliant. We used a different approach to the sound as have in the past just relied on the in studio mics to pick up the sound of the room. This time I took in my own mixing desk & mics and set up like it was a gig - deffo worth the effort as the sound was pretty good :)

Stuart Broderick

We demand an Angie FAN CLUB.

Paul Winn
Paul Winn

she's back tonight - I may even get her to speak :)

Stuart Broderick

Hoomans in the studio, how novel.


Yes keep pushing it out there, we need people like you.


Interesting. I get that we need younger people to listen to the blues, but we have to be careful we don't put off those over 40s you speak about. If you change the genre too much you will loose the faithful, I'm sure most of us found what we call the blues later on in our life rather than in our teens.

The blues was there but we just didn't know at the time, as we get older we start to realise that the music we liked as a teen may have had some blues hidden inside. I think those making today's blues should stick to what they are doing, there is some great music coming out from younger people as this show has proved but don't mess with it too much.

Just my thoughts.

Good to hear some live music by the way thank you Dust Radio, but I did miss Angie. We need an Angie fan club.

Paul Winn
Paul Winn

Hello mate. You make a very good point & I do not want to alienate the over 40's as I am one. There are some brilliant younger bands which is fantastic, it's just that I am concerned that there isn't much of a young audience also coming to blues gigs and I'm not too sure what we can do about it. We'll keep plugging away and maybe "the yoof" will pick up on it, even better if they pick up a guitar or harmonica and start a band :)