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Blues & Beyond #325: Sea Shell Jazz with Steve Turre, and an "explosive" debut from Jim Holman
The latest from trombonist Steve Turre, who also plays sea shells
Blues & Beyond #324: Mighty Mo Rodgers and his long love affair with old Cadillacs
Mighty Mo Rodgers celebrates the old Cadillacs
Blues & Beyond #321: "Talking Guitar" Paul Rishell
Talking with blues guitarist Paul Rishell about "Talking Guitar"
Blues & Beyond #319: Blues from the late Johnnie Bassett
Blues from Detroit bluesman Johnnie Bassett, who has died at age 76.
Blues & Beyond #318: rare Johnny Heartsman recordings, and new jazz from Josh Berman
rare, out-of-print Johnny Heartsman recordings never on CD
Broadcast on WXPN-FM in Philadelphia October 2006. Will run on National Public Radio's World Cafe once between November and March '07.
Timing and Cues
begins with about :02 of music. Charlie then says, "My name is Charlie Musselwhite. I'm known as a blues harmonica player".
ends with music
Suggested host intro: It's time for an installment in our series called ?A Musician?s Life?. We hear performers from the worlds of rock, folk, soul and the blues muse about the work they do and the lives they lead.
Back announce: And we heard from CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE. He?s one of the artists featured in our ?A Musician?s Life? series. The series is produced by WXPN'FM's Tracey Tanenbaum.
The Blues Overtook Me, Walking Alone from "One Night in America" (Telarc, 2002)
Highway Blues, If Trouble were Money from album "Memphis Charlie" ( (Arhoolie, 1969)
Bedside of a Neighbor (performed with Blind Boys of Alabama) from album "In My Time" (Alligator, 1993)