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    Default Blues Radio Show (beware it's in french)

    Dear Fret Friends,

    I realized that I never mention that on the forum but it's never too late. I run since 5 years Kind of Blues a Blues Radio Show on Radio MNE a local radio in my hometown. I have already 79 podcasts available, if ever you're interested in getting up to date with the blues new CD's and Oldies but Goodies it might be worth to check it out (even if I speak in French). Hope some of you will like that, each podcast is 90mn but of course you can skip stuff if you're not interested the list of albums featured in each episode is most of the time in the description.

    Have a wonderful time

    https://www.mixcloud.com/radio-mne/p...kind-of-blues/
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    Sounds so interesting, Jipes! Wish my French was more than very rudimentary...!
    "GAS never sleeps" - Gil Janus

    "Now you got to pay your dues. Get that axe and play the blues." - Spudman

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    Well at least the music speaks for herself
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    Wow, Jipes! That's a bunch of great looking shows - lots of interesting music on tap, lots of it new to me. Wish I could find a way to put it on in my workshop... or even better, in my car - but I'm technologically backward with no smartphone or Sirius radio... Anyways, very cool that you do this show!
    "GAS never sleeps" - Gil Janus

    "Now you got to pay your dues. Get that axe and play the blues." - Spudman

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    Thanks TJ if you want some of them I can send a few by We Transfer
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    Thanks, Jipes - I don't have a portable device to listen on, but it's easy to access on the computer - I'm having fun looking at the show listings and listening!

    Ted
    "GAS never sleeps" - Gil Janus

    "Now you got to pay your dues. Get that axe and play the blues." - Spudman

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    Great enjoy !
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    And this... oh man - I'm dancing in my room!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    And this... oh man - I'm dancing in my room!


    One of the greatest album of Jimmie Vaughan, the older he gets the better it's way more relaxed and he grooves just perfectly (it was always one of his strong points)
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    C'est tres bien! Merci!

    Great selection of blues. I had never heard Rick Estrin before - I love it. Thanks for the inspiration!
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