#3: North of Port Eads

Here’s my third mixtape. Which has a difficult start, with 10 minutes of archaic Blues recorded on 78s, but then evolves into swinging boogie, and has a very sentimental and consolatory finale.

Muddy Waters: Interview 1, 1941
Son House: Walking Blues, 1930
Robert Johnson: Walking Blues, 1937
Muddy Waters: Country Blues (Number One), 1941
Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train A Comin’ (acoustic), 1967
Josh White: St. James Infirmary, 1944
C. W. Stoneking: Bad Luck Everywhere You Go, 2007
J. J. Cale: Call The Doctor, 1972
Rolling Stones: Melody, 1976
Howlin’ Wolf: Smokestack Lighting (live), 1964
Louis Prima: Sing, Sing, Sing, 1958
J. J. Cale: Down To Memphis, 2009
Robert Johnston: Miss Maebelle, 2002
Champion Jack Dupree: Clog Dance (Stomping Blues), 1944
Jelly Roll Morton: Honkey Tonk Blues, 1938
Dr. John: Wade, Hurricane Suite – Calm In the Storm, 2005

Special Thanks to Painé Cuadrelli