Tuesday's Just as Bad playlist for 06/14/2011

DJs: 
Malcolm Culleton
Artist Title Album Label Link
T-Bone Walker Call it Stormy Monday
Smith and Harper Poor Girl
Willie Walker South Carolina Rag
Blind Roosevelt Graves New York Blues; Guitar Boogie
Lonnie Johnson, Eddie Lang, Texas Alexander and Blind Willie Dunn's Gin Bottle Four Blue Blood Blues
The Reverend Gary Davis Have More Faith in Jesus
Memphis Minnie I'm Goin' Back Home Rare and Hot
Mance Lipscomb Tra-la-ra-la Doodle All Day; When the Saints Go Marching In Live!
Robert Johnson They're Red Hot The Complete Recordings, disc 1
Lead Belly Outskirts of Town Sings Folk Songs
Pearly Brown Help Me to Understand
John Jackson Railroad Bill; Just a Closer Walk with Thee Country Blues and Ditties
Big Bill Broonzy Brown, White, and Black
John Lee Hooker Mr. Lucky; The Motor City is Burning The Best of John Lee Hooker 1965-1972
Eddie Burns I Love to Jump the Boogie Detroit Blues
Albert King Call My Job; Cadillac Assembly Line
Little Mac Mother in Law "Records Was Cheap to Make Then": The Best of Cadillac Baby vol 1
Andrew McMahon Special Agent "Records Was Cheap to Make Then": The Best of Cadillac Baby vol 2
Willie Williams Somebody Changed the Lock "Records Was Cheap to Make Then": The Best of Cadillac Baby vol 1
Arlean Brown Hello Baby "Records Was Cheap to Make Then": The Best of Cadillac Baby vol 2
Detroit Junior Party Tonight

The acoustic portion of this show focused on the diversity of music performed by early blues artists, including gospel, ragtime, jazz, and white folk songs. The electric portion focused on the blues scene that emerged in Detroit in the 1950s/60s.