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Thursday, November 17, 2005 6:00-8:00pm (Damn Right, I've Got The Blues)

Nothing Stays - Silvertide
We're Gonna Groove - Led Zeppelin [Coda]
I Can't Quit You, Baby - Led Zeppelin [Coda]
Damn Right, I've Got The Blues - Buddy Guy
Three O'Clock Blues - B.B. King & Eric Clapton
Blues Deluxe - Jeff Beck
Really - Bloomfield & Kooper [Super Session]
Blues For Nothing - Bloomfield & Kooper [Super Session]
Crawling King Snake - The Doors (r)
Too Broke To Spend The Night - Buddy Guy
Just Cos You Got The Blues - Savoy Brown
I Woke Up This Morning - Ten Years After
Mean Mistreatin' Mama - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac [BBC Sessions]
A Fool No More - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac [BBC Sessions]
When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer - B.B. King & Eric Clapton
Double Trouble - Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Just To Be With You - Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Black Night - Buddy Guy
Double Crossing Time - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers
Rememberin' Stevie - Buddy Guy
There Must Be A Better World Somewhere - B.B. King
Lost In Love - Alvin Lee

Notes: This was the official 'blues show' of the semester, named after a fantastic Buddy Guy album from 1991, which I featured a number of tracks from. Excepting the opening Silvertide track, which was a this-semester-only tradition, this blues show opened with yet another version of Led Zeppelin playing I Can't Quit You Baby, as in past blues shows.

In addition to the Buddy Guy, there's some tracks from B.B. King, as well as his collaboration with Eric Clapton on 2000's Riding With The King. Also there's some more Paul Butterfield Blues Band and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, both of which are bands that hold connections to two artists that I would spotlight on my show next semester. Speaking of which, there is some Bloomfield and even a little Peter Green on here. And some Alvin Lee, with and without Ten Years After. I believe it was my little brother that requested Crawling King Snake - or I might have just played it on his behalf, since he had previously expressed appreciation for that track, I don't remember which.