Little Milton-Cry Me a River 2:19:24 10.56 PM
Podcast and Blues
by Gail Nobles
12h ago
Story by: Gail Nobles Intro by: Gail Nobles Little Milton was expressing pain. He was talking about a flow of tears if his lover ever left him. It's bad to hurt like that over someone. Little Milton’s single Cry Me a River was released in 1972. The style of the song is sold on the Stax label. Little Milton’s records are still being sold because he's that soulful kind of blues we don't hear today. Little Milton’s single Cry Me a River is found on the very best of little Milton compilation album released in 2007. It's a great soul blues. Cry Me a River was produced by Donald Davis, a Detroit ..read more
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John Németh-Last Time 6:21:23 3.35 PM
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by Gail Nobles
12h ago
Harmonica: https://pixabay.com/sound-effects/search/harmonica/ Photo credit: Scott Penner https://flic.kr/p/57nrVM Usage: CC BY-SA 2.0 John Németh said in his lyrics this may be the last time we sing together. John Németh is an electric blues and soul harmonicist, singer, and songwriter. And his music proves it. He has received five Blues Music Awards for Soul Blues Male Artist, Soul Blues Album, Traditional Blues Album of the year, Instrumentalist - Vocals and Instrumentalist - Harmonica. I love his Song May Be the Last Time from his album May Be the Last Time. The album was recorded bef ..read more
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Barbecue Bob & Laughing Charly - It won't be long now (9.XI.1927)
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by Gail Nobles
12h ago
It Won't Be Long Now - (Part One)Vocals, Guitar – Barbecue Bob, Laughing Charley Written-By – Lincoln, Hicks Downloaded from: Arrchive.org 09 - Story of the Blues Vol. 1 CBS M 63572 Side B - Barbecue Bob & Laughing Charly - It won't be long now (9.XI.1927).mp3 Usage: Public Domain Publication date: 1926 Photo from: downloaded from archive.org ..read more
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Arthur Adams 1:19:24 4.51 PM
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by Gail Nobles
1M ago
Intro: Gail Nobles Photo credit: Mykal Burns - Arthur Adams at Sunset Junction Usage: CC BY 2.0 Arthur Adams is another great blues man to listen to. In the early 1960s, he produced several singles, including "If It Ain't One Thing It's Another"/"Willin' To Die" on Philadelphia-based Jamie Records. During the latter 1970s, Adams changed style and played soul.[3] In 1981 he had a surprise hit called "You Got the Floor" which reached number 1 in the UK disco chart that year and 38 in the UK singles chart. In 1999, he released the album Back on Track, his first solo release in 20 years. B.B ..read more
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Ed Cook-Aircheck 11:16:23 8.07 PM
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by Gail Nobles
1M ago
Ed Cook - WVON, Chicago - January 29, 1966 Downloaded from: archive.org Usage: Puplic Domain Cover Art by: Gail Nobles Good evening everyone. Today I'm going to talk about Ed “Nassau Daddy” Cook. Ed Cook was a beloved DJ for WVON-one of Chicago's first major black radio stations. Ed Cook played rhythm and blues. He played Sonny Boy Williamson's Bring It On Home. Sometimes he was a little upset while doing his job because things weren't quite turning out the way he wanted. I can truly understand. Ed: Hold it man! Hold it! Shoot! Messing up already! Ed Cook switched the record to Sonny Boy W ..read more
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B.B. King 1950s 11:16:23 2.16 PM
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by Gail Nobles
1M ago
Alan Freed Clip: archives.org Usage: Public Domain Story by: Gail Nobles Welcome again to Podcast and Blues. I am your host Gail Nobles. I want to talk about the sound of B.B. King from the 1950s. A much different sounding style of blues than when he was singing The Thrill Is Gone from the 1970s. Alan Freed would play BB King’s music. (Alan Freed Introduces B.B. King's song) B.B. King song Lonely and Blue reminds me of a song that Fats Domino would sing. Lonely and Blue is a song that you would call a blues ballad. There's a whole album and collection of B.B. King singing blues ballads ti ..read more
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Ben Harper 11:10:23 1.58 PM
Podcast and Blues
by Gail Nobles
1M ago
Intro by: Gail Nobles Photo credit: Victor Diaz Lamich Usage: Wikipedia CC BY-SA 3.0 Here we go with today's topic Ben Harper.Welcome toPodcast and Blues. I'm Gail Nobles. In the next few minutes we're going to talk about singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist Ben Harper who plays and ecletic mixer blues, folk, soul, reggae, and rock music and is known for his guitar-playing skills, vocals, live performances, and activism. He has released twelve studio albums, mostly through Virgin Records, and has toured internationally. Harper is a three-time Grammy Award winner and seven-time nominee ..read more
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James Carr 10:26:23 7.00PM
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by Gail Nobles
1M ago
Music Intro by: Gail Nobles Cover Art by: Gail Nobles You listening to the Podcast and Blues Show. I’m bringing to you today a topic on James Carr. You listen to podcast and blues show I am bringing to you today a topic on James Carr after being turned down by stacks records he made his first recordings for Goldwax Records, a small Memphis-based independent record label founded in Memphis, Tennessee iin 1964 by Quinton Claunch and Rudolph V. “Doc” Russell. He released several singles for the label before achieving his first success in 1966, when "You've Got My Mind Messed Up" reached number 7 ..read more
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Bobby Bland - Ain’t No Love.. 10:25:23 5.28 PM
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by Gail Nobles
1M ago
Keyboardist: Gail Nobles Photo: Wikipedia Usage: Public Domain Hello! You’re listening to Podcast and Blues. Today's topic is Bobby Bland Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City. Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City" is a 1974 R&B song written by Michael Price and Dan Walsh, and first recorded by Bobby "Blue" Bland for the album Dreamer. While it is ostensibly a love song, some critics and fans have also heard it as a lament on urban poverty and hopelessness, also as a lament upon the struggle to achieve one’s goals in life in the absence of enternal support. Well, I've heard Bobby Bl ..read more
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Jeter Jones 10:8:23 1.29 PM
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by Gail Nobles
1M ago
Cover Art by: Gail Nobles Intro music by: Gail Nobles Today's topic: Jeter Jones, a blues R&B soul singer and songwriter. Did you know that Jeter Jones has a belt with all his award names written on it? Titles like Entertainer of the Year, Artist of the Year; Blues Critic Artist of the Year. He has many names on the belt. He said if he runs out of room, he'll get another belt. The soul blues singer carries a belt like a boxer or wrestler. Jones was first a soldier in the army and later a comeback medic in the US Marines according to his bio. He retired as Sergeant First Cass. Jones rele ..read more
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