Blue Monday 06/14/99
Host: Larry Monroe
06/14: Scheduled to appear at 09 pm...
W.C. Handy award winner W.C. Clark

Too many guests to keep up with the database.

Fats Domino Blue Monday Best EMI America
Teisco Del Rey (with Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica) Teisco Redentor The Many Moods Of Teisco Del Rey Upstart
W.C. Clark Funny How Time Slips Away Texas Soul Black Top
Toni Price (with Dr. John on piano) Remember Me Low Down And Up Antone's
Dr. John Those Lonely Lonely Nights Gumbo Atco
Johnny Winter (with Dr. John on piano) Life Is Hard Let Me In Pointblank
Duke Robillard Love Sick New Blues For Modern Man Shanachie
Freddie King (David "Fathead Newman) Meet Me In The Morning Larger Than Life RSO
Freddie King Hideaway 12 Hits
Freddie King Goin' Down Hideaway Rhino
T-Bone Walker Mean Old World Box: CD 1 Mosaic
Lost track of the database about here...
The segment from 9 PM 'til about 10:20 featured W.C. Clark.
Interview plus selections from W.C.'s recorded work.
From about 10:30 'til 11 PM the guests were Rex Bell & Mickey White.
They both accompanied Townes Van Zandt for several years,
and Rex (Wrecks) played bass with Lightnin' Hopkins for 8 years.
Townes wrote "Rex's Blues" for Wrecks Bell.
James Cotton called in during the 11PM hour to say hello.
Cotton listens to Blue Monday in Memphis over the internet!

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