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September 28, 2021

Blues and Rhythm Show 329 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, September 28 2021 (10:00 to 12:00 noon)

R&B precursors; songs about drink; post-war malaise; Post-war East Coast Blues feature drawn from Wienerworld’s Down-Home Blues series; R&B vocal groups and group accompaniments; live Gospel

“I hocked my watch and topcoat. Man, that ain’t no lie” — Amos Milburn

“All the hip cats on the corner they don’t look sharp no more” — Jimmy Witherspoon

On the Show:

Guitar Crusher – Lucky Millinder Orchestra with Rosetta Tharpe – Amos Milburn – Christine Kittrell – Charles Gray & His Rhumboogie Five – King Biscuit Boy – Eddie Chamblee – Hank Kilroy – Curley Weaver – John Lee – Danny Boy Thomas – Midnighters – 5 Royales – Inez Andrews – and others

Listen to the program each week at FM 93.3 in Hamilton or on CFMU online at cfmu.ca. The program will be available to stream or download until for eight weeks until November 24th as a podcast. Just go the website, scroll through 40 shows to Tuesday 10:00 am bring up the right playlist and stream or download the show.

Next Week:

TBA

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April 12, 2021

Blues and Rhythm Show 314 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, April 13, 2021 (10:00 to 12:00 noon)

Music from and inspired by Cajun country; Pachuko Hop and Mexican Rock and Roll; post-war Atlanta blues, obscure blues from Memphis and Pine Bluff, Akansas. Latest Jack de Keyzer and we note the untimely passing of Gene Taylor.

“Not tryin’ to be no king but don’t want to work too hard” — Duke Bradley

On the Show:

Tammy Thomas – Shirley Bergeron – Doug Kershaw – Chuck Higgins – La Orquesta de Pablo Beltran Ruiz – HowellDevine – John Lee Hooker – Carol Fran & Clarence Holliman – Curley Weaver – Buddy Moss – Blues Busters – Jeff Healey – Bennie McCain & the Ohio Untouchables – Bloodest Saxophone with Lauren Cervantes – and others.

Listen to the program each week at FM 93.3 in Hamilton or on CFMU online at cfmu.ca. The program will be available to stream or download until for eight weeks until June 8th as a podcast. Just go the website, scroll through 40 shows to Tuesday 10:00 am bring up the right playlist and stream or download the show.

Next Week:

Another installment in our chronological trek through the Paramount catalogue. Paramount the unlikely source of great African-American music between 1921 and 1932. This installment will cover the latter part of 1926 and the early part of 1927.

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