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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