Monday, February 29, 2016


“I’m throwin’ up my hands” is the theme of our 8th collection of the best of the blues what am, twelve more big ones from across the spectrum of our namesake genre. On this outing we shall present blues records from across the gamut of years, beginning with the 1920s era and culminating in the golden age of the Sixties. Along the way you will hear from such luminaries as Blind Willie Johnson, Bo Diddley, and Albert Ammons, and also lesser known but no less brighter stars than George “Bullet” Williams and Charlie Kyle. We hope you enjoy this latest offering of some of the records that have thrilled the soul of many a blues aficionado up and down through the decades of the century. —Melvin Cowznofski, author and dee-jay of note

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