Big Hollow Blues

with host, Dr. Robert
Saturdays from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

“When a woman gets the blues, she hangs her head and cries…….when a man get the blues, he catches a train and rides.”

The Blues, especially traditional blues from the early part of the 20th century, in a nutshell.  It has been turned on it’s head many times over the decades with women catching the train and men doing plenty of crying.  The African-American slavery experience gave rise to the blues most of us are familiar with, but the states of mind and emotion are part of our planetary human condition. The blues in musical form is something that speaks to us in many ways, and not just when we need it the most. If you aren’t familiar with the music that has come from generations of folk enduring hard times, now is your opportunity to hear what treasures this music holds. Thanks for tuning in! – Dr. Robert

WY Sounds/Big Hollow Blues 09/14/19    
HR1      
Jimmy Carpenter (Intro) 7th Street Shuffle Walk Away SR 14
Miss Bix & The Blues Fix Follow Me Down We Don’t Own The Blues SR 19
Jarekus Singleton Gonna Let Go Refuse To Lose Alligator 14
Benny Turner I’m Tore Down My Brother’s Blues NolaBlue 17
Susan Tedeschi You Can Make It If You Try Live From Austin TX NewWest 04
       
Roosevelt Sykes Dirty Mother For You Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969 ThirdMan 19
Bonnie Raitt Finest Lovin’ Man Self Titled WB 71
Boz Scaggs Radiator 110 Out Of The Blues Concord 18
Rick Estrin & The Nightcats New Shape (Remembering Jr Parker) Contemporary Alligator 19
       
The Twisters I Refuse To Get Old Come Out Swingin’ NorthernBlues 09
Dr. “Feelgood” Potts Ramblin’ Mind Blues Going Down To Memphis SR 07
Samantha Fish Title Track Kill Or Be Kind Rounder 19
Muddy Waters Too Young To Know King Bee Epic 81
Saffire-Uppity Blues Women Wild Women Don’t Have The Blues Self Titled Alligator 90
Lil’ Son Jackson Thrill Me Baby Essential Blues Anthology NotNow 08/54
       
HR 2      
Junior Wells Hey Lawdy Mama Hoodoo Man Blues Delmark 65
Billy Branch & Sons Of The Blues One More Chance With You Roots And Branches Alligator 19
Sunnyland Slim/ Big Walter Horton… Lula Mae Old Friends Earwig 93/80
Charlie Musselwhite Movin’ And Groovin’ Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969 ThirdMan 19
       
Amy LaVere I Don’t Wanna Know Painting Blue SR 19
Sugar Blue Listen Baby In Your Eyes Alligator 95
Tiffany Pollack/ Eric Johanson Michael Blues In My Blood NolaBlue 19
Moonshine Society I’d Rather Go Blind Sweet Thing SR 19
       
Gary Clark, Jr Don’t Wait Til Tomorrow This Land WB 19
Essie Mae Brooks Rain In Your Life Blues Came To Georgia MusicMaker
The Texas Sheiks Poor Boy Self Titled Tradition 09
Professor Louie & The Crowmatix Please Send Someone To Love Miles Of Blues Woodstock 19
       
HR3      
Rich Brown Alabama Bound River Of Song: Alabama Rounder 01/37
Allman Betts Band Long Gone Down To The River BMG 19
Vaneese Thomas/ Kevin Bacon Legacy Of Pain Down Yonder Segue 19
The Michael Wilson Group The Way Back Home The Blues In Black & White GreasyPig 98
       
Altered Five Blues Band Dollars And Demons Ten Thousand Watts BlindPig 19
Ronnie Baker Brooks A Whole Lot Better Too The Torch Watchdog 06
Christone Ingram/ Buddy Guy Fresh Out Kingfish Alligator 19
Koko Taylor Find A Fool I Got What It Takes Alligator 75
       
George Thorogood Wang Dang Doodle Party Of One  Rounder 17
The Cash Box Kings Back Off Hail To The Kings! Alligator 19
Voctor Wainwright & The Wild Roots What You Want Beale St. To The Bayou SR 09
Sarah Brown Not As Sorry AS I Used To Be Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’ BlindPig 96
Tommy Castro Castro & The Painkillers Lose Lose Killin’ It Live Alligator 19