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 04/10/21      
HR 1      
Jimmy Carpenter (Intro) Sinner Street Toiling In Obscurity SR 08
Gregg Allman Come Back & Help Me Searching For Simplicity 550Music 97
Dion I Let My Baby Do That Bronx In Blue Razor&Tie 06
Ethel Waters Baby What Else Can I Do? Single 10517 Bluebird 40
The Love Light Orchestra Love And Happiness Self Titled BlueBarrel 17
Bobby “Blue” Bland I’m Too Far Gone (To Turn Around) Single 393 Duke 65
Big Head Blues Club When You Got A Good Friend 100 Years Of Robert Johnson Big 11
Wee Bea Booze Easy Riding Blues Don’t You Feel My Leg Delmark 96/50
Barrelhouse Chuck & Kim Wilson You Can’t Live Long Enough Driftin’ From Town To Town Siren’s 13
Shemekia Copeland When A Woman’s Had Enough Talking To Strangers Alligator 02
Koko Taylor Don’t Let Me Catch You Royal Blue Alligator 00
R.L. Burnside & The Sound Machine Leave Me And My Woman Alone Raw Electric 1970-1980 InsideSounds 01
John Hammond Louise Self Titled Vanguard 64
John-Alex Mason The All New! Miss Brown Blues Time Will Come NakedJaybird 04
Kara Grainger Babe What You Want Me To Do L. A. Blues SR 11
Robert Cray Our Last Time I Was Warned Mercury 92
HR 2      
Reverand Freakchild Jesus Just Left Chicago! Supramundane Blues SR 21
Big Leon Brooks’ Blues Harp Band Blues For A Real Man Living Chicago Blues Vol. IV Alligator 80
Lovie Lee w/Carey Bell Naptown Living Chicago Blues Vol. III Alligator 80
Pinetop Perkins How Much More Long Living Chicago Blues Vol. II Alligator 78
Eddie Shaw and The Wolf Gang Sitting On Top Of The World Living Chicago Blues Vol. I Alligator 78
Merlene Johnson He Roars Like A Lion Single 6985 Bluebird 37
Kirk Fletcher No Place To Go My Blues Pathway Cleopatra 20
Warren Haynes Sick Of My Shadow Man In Motion Stax 11
Kenny Neal Title Track Let Life Flow BlindPig 08
Ruth Brown Show Me Miss Rhythm Atlantic 59
Jimmy “Duck” Holmes Goin’ Away Baby Cypress Grove EasyEye 19
Steve Cropper Out Of Love Fire It Up Provogue 21
Paul Butterfield Blues Band Blues With A Feeling Self Titled Elektra 65
Ray Agee It’s Hard To Explain Single 118 Romark 72
HR 3      
Damon Fowler I Hope It’s Gonna Rain Sugar Shack BlindPig 09
Damon Fowler Somethings Change Alafia Moon Landslide 21
Sonny Landreth Mojo Boogie South Of I-10 Zoo 95
Omar and The Howlers Mystery Walk Big Delta BlindPig 01
Ghalia Volt Espiritu Papago One Woman Band Ruf 21
Jelly Roll Kings Fishin’ Musician Off Yonder Wall FatPossum 97
Bettye Lavette Unbelievable Worthy CherryRed 15
Chris Cain Too Many Problems Raisin’ Cain Alligator 21
“Spider” John Koerner/ Willie Murphy Sometimes I Can’t Help Myself Running, Jumping, Standing Still RedHouse 94/69
Dr. “Feelgood” Potts Title Track Memphis International Blues SR 10
Jimmy Rogers Rock This House Single 1721 Chess 59
Ally Venable Tribute To SRV Heart Of Fire Ruf 21