Vintage rhythm and blues, the best of the new releases and a studio session from the Elmores including Pete Boss , winner of the Best
Guitarist award in the Banks Best of Blues competition.
Producer DAVE SHANNON BBC North West
Vintage rhythm and blues, best new releases and a studio session from former Muddy Waters harmonica player
Mojo Buford with the Richard Studholme Band. Producer DAVE SHANNON BBC Manchester
9.55 Sports Desk
It's farewell to Hudson and Halls today with a burst of double trouble as Paul Jones and the Blues Band sing their latest record, and then children's entertainer Paul Simon joins in with some saucy humour!
On the menu: venison meat loaf with prune sauce and quail with black cherry sauce. Executive producer
Produced by PHILIP CASSON
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A special edition devoted to the world's leading bluesman
Albert Collins , who won a record five categories in the WC Handy Blues Awards in Memphis last November. Tonight's special contains extracts from a rare London concert which Albert played in the same month, plus an interview about his career and influences, recorded when
Paul Jones caught up with him the following day.
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