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John Peel OBE, 1939 - 2004

Red Lick Records



Sunday, 24th August 200

Charlie Mitton

Blues, worksongs and rags with some fine finger pickin' too!








Paul Judge

Lots of original material on his beautiful steel guitar, blues from the 1940s on and he even chucked in a Fats Domino song which rocked the house. Goood!!

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'Guitar'Allan, 'Pie-Anner' Richie and 'Saxman' Rob

If you dig Leroy Carr, Scrapper Blackwell, Georgia Tom and Tampa Red, then you would have loved these cats.
Amazing set - had us all crying for more!

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Dai Thomas

More first class rural blues from Bukka White to Luke Jordan.









Pete Ryder

A new name to Jim's and very welcome he was too!









'Pie-Anner' Richie and 'Saxman' Rob

Masterful piano pickin' an' low down rollin' blues 'n boogie, plus some smokin' I mean steaming guitar! Had our teeth chattering for more!

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Doc Sanders, Karen McLeod and Steve Bliss

Powerful and at times intensely moving country blues sung to Doc's old guitar mixed in with some fine hokum blues on banjo and kazoo. Some great twin guitar blues from Doc and Karen, the like of which is all too rare these days. Mighty good harp from Steve. They take you back to the days of Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe, Frank Stokes & Dan Sane, and Garfield Akers & Joe Calicott. The chills didn't just run up your spine but they turned round and run back down!

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Lynn Breeze

One of the most popular artists to appear at Jim's with her smokin' vocals on numbers from Ida Cox on down plus raunchy hokum backed up by her 'gang'









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