And today, I done woke up again

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Here’s the full list – sort of chronological and covering a fairly broad range so I guess following Oscar’s entirely reasonable point, blues or blues-based:

Country Line Special (2:20) – Cyril Davies And His R&B All-Stars from Hoochie Coochie Men: A History Of UK Blues And R&B           

Little Red Rooster (3:07) – The Rolling Stones from 45 rpm single

Careless Love (3:32) – Chris Barber’s Jazz Band with Ottilie Patterson from 22 Timeless Jazz Favourites (Reissue)           

K.C. Moan (2:55) – The Roundhouse Jug Four from Preachin’ The Blues – The Cyril Davies Memorial Album

You’ll Be Mine (2:35) – Long John Baldry and the Hoochie Coochie Men from Looking At Long John Baldry [Disc 1]

Without You (2:22) – Manfred Mann from The Five Faces of Manfred Mann

Baby What’s Wrong (2:57) – Downliners Sect from The Definitive Downliners Sect Singles A’s & B’s

Crawling Up A Hill (2:15) – John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers from John Mayall Plays John Mayall (Live At Klooks Kleek)

Ramblin’ On My Mind (3:10) – John Mayall’s Blues Breakers from John Mayall’s Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton

Stroll On (2:45) – The Yardbirds from The In Crowd: UK Mod R&B/Beat 1964 – 1967           

Stevie’s Blues (3:48) – The Spencer Davis Group from The Spencer Davis Group-Eight Gigs A Week

I Just Got Some (2:40) – Rod Stewart from Take My Tip: 25 Brit-Mod Gems from the 60s                       

Stormy Monday Blues (Part 2) (3:32) Little Joe Cook (Chris Farlowe) from Hoochie Coochie Men – A History Of UK Blues And R&B

Nothin’ In Ramblin’ (3:15) – Jo-Ann Kelly from Matchbox Days

Wildcat (3:01) – Panama Limited from Matchbox Days

Love That Burns (4:15) – Fleetwood Mac from Hoochie Coochie Men – A History Of UK Blues and R&B           


Author: pompeypop

University lecturer, longtime local musician and recently historian of popular music - especially in and around Portsmouth. My blog is entirely about that topic

One thought on “And today, I done woke up again

  1. Nice playlist Dave, I’m not familiar with a couple of those.

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