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Hero. Legend. Good Bloke.
John Peel OBE, 1939 - 2004

Red Lick Records



 

 

JIMíS ACOUSTIC BLUES CAFE
Saturday, 28th August 2004


1.00 - T.B.C. (alias Dai Thomas)

1.30 -
JOHNNY "STACKAY BOTTOM BOY" ACE
Low-down blues, hokum and medicine show toons too.
"I heard so much chicken 'til I heard cluckin' in my sleep!")

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



2.10 -
"PROFESSOR FRANK JELLY ROLL & PAUL"
House-rockin' piano blues an' boogie + some dirty harp. Oh! Whip it to a low gravy, boys.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.45 - CHARLIE MITTON
Fine finger-pickin' guitar blues from Mississippi to Chicago.


3.20 -
DAI THOMAS
Smokin' Mississippi Delta Blues and easy East Coast loping guitar - shake 'em on down, man!

4.00 - "CRAWLIN' PAUL COWLEY"
New name to Jim's featuring uncanny likeness to vocals of Mississippi John Hurt and Blind Willie
McTell + his own original songs. Plays a kind-a wicked gittar as well.

4.30 - "LILLIE"
Amazing!


5.00 - "DOC SANDERS"
Mind-gripping blues from the Deep South of way-back-when. He jes' keeps them "M. & O. Blues".


5.30 - "HELLHOUND REX & HOOT OWL ROBIN"
Now known as "WMD" these cats cover the waterfront. Delta, Georgia, East Coats & Texas.
With sleazy slide, harrowing harp, wicked washboard and krazy kazoo.

6.00 "THE BEWITCHING HOUR"
When all good children go to bed and waitresses have a rest and Jim's Cafe closed!

?.?? - "SNAKEHIPS & ALLAN"
Richie and Allan wanted to keep up their very high standard of early blues from ragtime to boogie, with great bottleneck a la Tampa Red etc., plus smokin' piano blues - but the clock beat them and we had to wait 24 hours (no not from Tulsa) to soak in their excellent sounds. Check them out on Sunday's photo page...

Sunday 29th August 2004

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