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A Rolling Stones Special: Got Blues If You Want It! (1 or 2 hours) [59:00 or 54:00 lengths]

From: Paul Ingles
Length: 01:57:54

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As the Rolling Stones mark their 50th anniversary this year, we join the celebration with a public radio special from award-winning producer Paul Ingles. It's called "Got Blues If You Want It! A Rolling Stones Special". The program is exclusively devoted to an exploration of the blues and rhythm & blues roots of The Rolling Stones. Top-notch music writers, musicians and fans provide context for a cavalcade of the Stones' blues classics - both their covers of songs by their heroes and their own bluesy takes on their original rock 'n' roll.

Rolling-stones-_small As the Rolling Stones mark their 50th anniversary this year with a new compilation release, two new songs, some live shows, and a new documentary film - we join the celebration by presenting a public radio special from award-winning producer Paul Ingles called Got Blues If You Want It! A Rolling Stones Special. This program explores the blues and rhythm & blues roots of The Rolling Stones.  Top-notch music writers, musicians and fans provide context for a cavalcade of the Stones blues classics - both their covers of songs by their heroes and their own bluesy takes on their original rock 'n' roll.

The show also features clips from some of the original artists that inspired the Rolling Stones to play music - Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Slim Harpo and more.  This progam is no 'greatest hits' parade of overplayed Stones classics but instead features more of the unsung blues numbers that peppered their repertoire like "Little Red Rooster," "I'm a King Bee," "Love in Vain," "I Just Want to Make Love to You," "Ventilator Blues," and a recently released outtke, "Keep Up Blues," just to name a few.  In other words, the perfect alternative Stones special, just for public radio!

Commentators include roots/blues musician Taj Mahal, Rolling Stone Magazine's Anthony DeCurtis, Grammy Museum Director Bob Santelli, NPR Music's Ann Powers, writers Holly George-Warren and Geoff Edgers, and New York musician Jon Spurney.  Hour Two adds radio producer David Kunian, Howard Kramer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and public radio blues show host Putnay Thomas.

Piece Description

As the Rolling Stones mark their 50th anniversary this year with a new compilation release, two new songs, some live shows, and a new documentary film - we join the celebration by presenting a public radio special from award-winning producer Paul Ingles called Got Blues If You Want It! A Rolling Stones Special. This program explores the blues and rhythm & blues roots of The Rolling Stones.  Top-notch music writers, musicians and fans provide context for a cavalcade of the Stones blues classics - both their covers of songs by their heroes and their own bluesy takes on their original rock 'n' roll.

The show also features clips from some of the original artists that inspired the Rolling Stones to play music - Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Slim Harpo and more.  This progam is no 'greatest hits' parade of overplayed Stones classics but instead features more of the unsung blues numbers that peppered their repertoire like "Little Red Rooster," "I'm a King Bee," "Love in Vain," "I Just Want to Make Love to You," "Ventilator Blues," and a recently released outtke, "Keep Up Blues," just to name a few.  In other words, the perfect alternative Stones special, just for public radio!

Commentators include roots/blues musician Taj Mahal, Rolling Stone Magazine's Anthony DeCurtis, Grammy Museum Director Bob Santelli, NPR Music's Ann Powers, writers Holly George-Warren and Geoff Edgers, and New York musician Jon Spurney.  Hour Two adds radio producer David Kunian, Howard Kramer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and public radio blues show host Putnay Thomas.

Timing and Cues

2 x 59:00 Version Version

59:00 Versions

HOUR 1

00:00:00 - 00:00:59 - Open Billboard
00:01:00 - 00:20:26 - Segment A (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:20:27 - 00:41:36 - Segment B (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:41:37 - 00:59:00 - Segment C (ends with door closing sound)

HOUR 2

00:00:00 - 00:00:59 - Open Billboard
00:01:00 - 00:23:26 - Segment A (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:23:27 - 00:42:07 - Segment B (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:42:08 - 00:59:00 - Segment C (ends with door closing sound)

2 x 54:00 Version Version

54:00 Versions

HOUR 1

00:00:00 - 00:00:59 - Open Billboard
00:01:00 - 00:05:59 - Your Newscast
00:06:00 - 00:24:48 - Segment A (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:24:49 - 00:44:15 - Segment B (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:44:16 - 00:59:00 - Segment C (ends with door closing sound)

HOUR 2

00:00:00 - 00:00:59 - Open Billboard
00:01:00 - 00:05:59 - Your Newscast
00:06:00 - 00:26:22 - Segment A (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:26:23 - 00:42:40 - Segment B (ends with a :59 music bed that can be ducked for local announcements or played through)
00:42:41 - 00:59:00 - Segment C (ends with door closing sound)

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
I Got The Blues The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers. Rolling Stones 1971 :00
Back of My Hand The Rolling Stones A Bigger Bang. Virgin 2005 :00
Rollin' Stone Muddy Waters The Blues Roots of The Rolling Stones. Snapper UK 2008 :00
Evil Howlin' Wolf The Blues Roots of the Rolling Stones. Snapper UK 2008 :00
Little Red Rooster The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones Now!. Decca 1965 :00
I'm A King Bee The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones. Decca 1964 :00
I'm A King Bee Slim Harpo The Best of Slim Harpo. Universal Music Special Markets Inc. 1997 :00
Honest I Do The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones. Decca 1964 :00
I Can't Be Satisfied The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones No. 2. Decca 1965 :00
Carol Chuck Berry The Great 28. Chess 1982 :00
Carol The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones. Decca 1964 :00
Carol The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya Ya's Out. London 1970 :00
Keep Up Blues The Rolling Stones Some Girls (Remastered). Rolling Stones 2011 :00
Ventilator Blues The Rolling Stones Exile on Main Street. Rolling Stones 1972 :00
Can't You Hear Me Knockin' The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers. Rolling Stones 1971 :00
Rock Me Baby The Rolling Stones Live Licks. Virgin 2004 :00
Moonlight Mile The Rolling Stones Sticky FIngers. Rolling Stones 1971 01:00
I Just Want To Make Love To You Muddy Waters The Essence of Muddy Waters. 101 Distribution 2009 :00
I Just Want To Make Love To You The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones. Decca 1964 :00
Love In Vain Robert Johnson The Complete Recordings. Sony Legacy 2011 :00
Love In Vain The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed. London 1969 :00
Champagne and Reefer The Rolling Stones Shine A Light. Polydor 2008 :00
Not Fade Away The Rolling Stones Stripped. Virgin US 1995 :00
Little Baby The Rolling Stones Stripped. Virgin US 1995 :00
I Want To Be Loved Muddy Waters Anthology. Not Now 2011 :00
I Want To Be Loved The Rolling Stones Singles Collection. Abkco 1989 :00
Mona The Rolling Stones Rolling Stones Now!. Decca 1965 :00
The Last Time The Rolling Stones Singles Collection. Abkco 1989 :00
Sway The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers. Rolling Stones 1971 :00
Moonlight Mile The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers. Rolling Stones 1971 :00
Everybody Needs Somebody to Love The Rolling Stones Live Licks. Virgin 2004 :00
Corrina The Rolling Stones with Taj Mahal No Security Live. Virgin US 1998 :00
No Expectations The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet. Abkco 1968 :00
Stray Cat Blues The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet. Abkco 1968 :00
Sympathy For The Devil The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet. Abkco 1968 :00
Paying the Cost To Be The Boss BB King Deuces Wild. MCA 1997 :00
That's No Way To Get Along Robert Wilkins The Original Rolling Stone. Yazoo 1990 :00
Prodigal Son The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out (40th Anniversary). Abkco 2009 :00
Mannish Boy The Rolling Stones Love You Live . Rolling Stones 1977 :00
I Got The Blues The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers. Rolling Stones 1971 :00

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