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 02/15/20      
HR 1      
Stutterin’ Jimmie & The Goosebumps If I Could Sing The Blues Clock Tower And Broken Heart SR 19
Rising Sons Dust My Broom Self Titled Columbia 64
Larkin Poe Hard Time Killing Floor Blues Venom & Faith Tricki-Woo 18
George “Wild Child” Butler Spoonful 10 Days Out Reprise 06
       
Whitney Shay Tell The Truth Stand Up! Ruf 20
Derek & The Dominos Tell The Truth Layla Polydor 70
Joe Louis Walker Sugar Mama Witness To The Blues StonyPlain 08
Curtis Salgado Got A Bad Feelin’ More Than You Can Chew Priority 95
       
Gary Moore Too Tired/Gary’s Blues 1 Live From London Provogue 20/09
The Rolling Stones I Gotta Go Blue And Lonesome Polydor 16
The Mannish Boys You Dogged Me Double Dynamite (Atomic Blues) DeltaGroove 12
Christine Ohlman/ Sonny Landreth Crazy For My Baby The Songs Of Willie Dixon Telarc 97
       
HR 2      
Jimmy “Duck” Holmes Tell Me Woman Ain’t It Lonesome Broke&Hungry 09
Sonny Boy Williamson I You Give An Account The Original SBW Vol. I JSP 15/38
Blue Delta The Blue Rumble Down Home Blues SR
Mississippi John Hurt Stack O’Lee Blues Avalon Blues Okeh 28
Terry Robb Fare Thee Well Blues Resting Place YellowDog 05
       
Ray Manzarek/ Roy Rogers Greenhouse Blues Translucent Blues BlindPig 11
Paul Butterfield’s Better Days Take Your Pleasure Where You Find It It All Comes Back Bearsville 73
Billy Branch And Sons Of The Blues One More Chance With You Roots And Branches Alligator 19
Eden Brent Midnight Train To Georgia Something Cool SR 03
       
Taylor Scott What Can I Get For A Dime? Soul Satisfaction SR
Mary Jo Curry Band Explaining The Blues Front Porch SR 20
Otis Rush Got To Be Some Changes Made Lost In The Blues Alligator 91
Professor Louie And The Crowmatix Rain 40 Days Miles Of Blues Woodstock 19
       
HR 3      
The Allman Brothers Band Stand Back Eat A Peach Capricorn 72
Muddy Waters After Hours/ Stormy Monday Blues Muddy “Mississippi” Waters Live Epic 03/78
Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble Gone Home Soul To Soul Epic 85
       
Tommy Castro I Got To Change Right As Rain BlindPig 99
Sue Foley Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’) Love Comin’ Down Shanachie 00
BB King Be Careful Baby Here’s One You Didn’t Know About Ace 15/60
Gary Moore Still Got The Blues Live From London Provogue 20/09
       
Blind Willie McTell Talkin’ To You Mama Single 3277 Biograph 03/50
Keb’ Mo’ Title Track Slow Down Okeh 98
Sugar Blue Average Guy Threhold SR 09
Billy Boy Arnold You Got Me Wrong Back Where I Belong Alligator 93
Slim Harpo We’re Two Of A Kind Single 2253 Excello 64