Rick’s Radio Show Playlist number 72.
We have an amazing jazz track opening the show from one of the greatest guitarists – Wes Montgomery. Then some blues tracks leading us into some amazing rockabilly, then into some classic rock that came from the early tracks I am giving you. I have a great track from Guitar Shorty because I just love his guitar playing and of course, a tribute to the recently deceased Johnny Winter. Many of these tracks are from the early blues movement and are re-mastered by me. You will be rocking your socks off with Ricks Radio today. I have tracks from David Honeyboy Edwards, Lonnie Brooks, Alvis Wayne, Roy Orbison, Quicksilver and of course I have The Beatles to close out the show.
Lot’s of great blues music and rock. You will feel like you went back in time sitting right with these great blues artists.
Yep that means a veritable history of the blues! All these tunes have been re-mastered by me for the Rick’s Radio show and it is all here for your enjoyment.
So let’s get started and remember,
More music, less words because the music is more important than me.
Wes Montgomery – Here’s That Rainy Day
David Honeyboy Edwards – Key To The Highway
Big Joe Turner – Empty Pocket Blues
Guitar Shorty – Runaway Train
Lonnie Brooks – Mama Talk To Your Daughter
Johnny Tyler – Lie To Me Baby
Alvis Wayne – Slep Rock-a-Roll Rock
Malcolm Yelvington – Rockin’ With My Baby
Al Ferrier – No No Baby
Roy Orbison – You’re My Baby
Quicksilver Messenger Service – Cobra
Johnny Winter – Murdering Blues
The Beatles – Nowhere Man
That’s all the time I have right now and it is now time to close the show and pop this cork scene. I want to thank everyone for making this show possible and to the great artists who played the music.
Tune in next week when I bring you more great and special music. I am going to go back to more of our jazz roots, blues and root rock’n roll. Yep, that means some great songs from great artists and all of them will rock your socks off.
So remember to tune in, turn on and drop by for more great songs from histories greatest artists! Thanks again for tuning in and see you next week!