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February 15, 2021

Blues and Rhythm Show 308 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, February 16, 2021 (10:00 to 12:00 noon)

We should be describing our annual Mardi Gras special but something happened this year. We missed the important detail that Fat Tuesday falls earlier this year, today, February 16th, in fact,–until we’d already put together our program. Too late to put it aside and assemble another show. What we have instead is a program with a segment featuring Rhythm & Blues from Chicago independent labels and another segment in the second hour divided between recordings by Blind Boy Fuller with his associates and some later recordings by Piedmont artists. Also, something from the recent EP Lo-Fi Blues and a bit of live Rosetta Tharpe from 1970.

On the Show:

Floyd Smith – Bill Samuels – Tab Smith Orchestra with Chick Young – Alberta Adams – Sugar Brown – Harpdog Brown & the Bloodhounds – Lonnie Johnson & Elmer Snowden – Blind Boy Fuller – Blind Gary Davis – Henry Johnson – Tarheel Slim – Lone Star Playbiys – Rev. Joihn Wilkins – 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 April 13th 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

To reach us with comments or queries, write us at sweartotellthetruth@gmail.com. You can also follow the program at sweartotellthetruth@nosignifying on Twitter..

Next Week:

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September 20, 2016

Blues and Rhythm Show 241 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, September 20th (1:00 to 2:30pm)

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On the penultimate Blues & Rhythm Show, we look at Chicago blues from the Chess, Vee-Jay, Cobra and Bea & Baby labels. Also, some Chicago gospel from the 1960s.

On the Show:

Martin, Bogan & the Armstrongs – Danny Overbea – Sugar Brown – Big Ed & his Combo – Eddie Taylor – Lee Jackson – Otis Rush – Arlean Brown – Windy City Four – Martha Bass – Harold Burrage – and others

Listen to the program at FM 93.3 in Hamilton, live on Cogeco Cable 288 or on CFMU online at cfmu.msumcmaster.ca. The program will be available to stream or download until October 18th.

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To reach us with comments or queries, write us at sweartotellthetruth@gmail.com.

You can also follow the program at sweartotellthetruth@nosignifying on Twitter.

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Next week (September 27th)

Last edition of the program.

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August 23, 2016

Blues and Rhythm Show 237 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, August 23rd (1:00 to 2:30pm)

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Mixed bag this week  – some R&B of the 50s and 60s, some of it might be considered early soul or proto-soul; Big Bill in 1940 Chicago; couple of Southwestern R&B performers recorded late in life; violin blues

On the Show:

Earl King – Billy Stewart – Sharon Jones – The Vaudevillian – Big Bill – Junior Wells – Sugar Brown – Margie Day – Jewel Brown – Buster Smith & His Orchestra – and others

Listen to the program at FM 93.3 in Hamilton, live on Cogeco Cable 288 or on CFMU online at cfmu.msumcmaster.ca. The program will be available to stream or download until September 20th.

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Contact Us:

To reach us with comments or queries, write us at sweartotellthetruth@gmail.com.

You can also follow the program at sweartotellthetruth@nosignifying on Twitter.

Next week (August 30th)

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Note about streaming, downloading:

We could not download the program last week and station management confirmed that the podcast function was inoperative again, so apologies to any who could not stream or download last week’s show.  It appears that the podcast function has been repaired. In the next few months, CFMU will have a new website and you should not experience these recently manifest problems listening to CFMU programming.

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