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United States United States. DJ since May 1, 2009

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BluesHotel Cracker, "St. Cajetan"-- A great, loose, blues song from a band that should be, rightly, numbered among America's best....


BluesHotel Charlie Musselwhite, "Hey Baby"-- Frighteningly messed up harp-based blues, with a great vocal and underlying distorted guitar. Just listen.
BluesHotel Johnny Ace, "Pledging My Love"-- He was so great. Then he shot himself in the head. It happens.
BluesHotel John Lee Hooker/Canned Heat, "Whiskey And Wimmen"-- A great man, with a great band. An absolute classic from 1970.
BluesHotel John Lee Hooker, "Drug Store Woman"-- A badass slow burn by the master. It simmers, then boils over at the right time. The King Of The Blues...

Drugstore Woman by John Lee Hooker

BluesHotel Astronauts, "Baja"...I think they were from Colorado or some other non-surf place. And yet, they fucking nailed it.

THE ASTRONAUTS -"Baja" (1963)

BluesHotel Cracker, "Mister Wrong"-- David Lowery at his cranky and misanthropic finest. The lyrics are a messed up example of of true brilliance...Amazing.
BluesHotel Spongetones, "This Kiss Is Mine Tonight" A great song by another band that deserved better. The harmonies themselves are worth the price of admission.
BluesHotel The Del Lords, "How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live?" Such was the state of college radio in the 80's. Good stuff, though dated...

The Del Lords, How can a poor man stand such times and live?

BluesHotel Edwin Hawkins Singers-- "Oh Happy Day" Forget the Jesus builshit, and just dig the sound. Denomination does NOT matter here. Enjoy the noise...
BluesHotel Andrew Gold, "Lonely Boy". The beard aside, this was one of the great songs of 1977. The lyrics are pure genius. Still stands up, easily. Great song.
BluesHotel Rolling Stones, "Fancy Man Blues" (1989 b-side) To this day, the best song they've done since EXILE. Dig the fuck out of it, if you dare...
BluesHotel Lunch Box, "Mexico"-- Vintage performance at Bogart's in Long Beach, way back when. Great song by a band that deserved more attention...
BluesHotel Louis Armstrong, "What A Wonderful World"-- My Grandma's favorite song. Cool then; and cool now....
BluesHotel Doris Day, "Que Sera Sera"-- It just reminds me of my Mom

Que Sera Sera ~~~~~ Doris Day ~~~~ Whatever Will Be, Will Be

BluesHotel Archers Of Loaf, "South Carolina"-- If you can't dig this, maybe your ears need to be revoked.

Archers Of Loaf, "South Carolina"

BluesHotel Archers Of Loaf-- "Web In Front": Great fucking song by a band that'll never get full measure of credit they deserve. Find them; tell your friends....
BluesHotel The Waterboys: "We Will Not Be Lovers"-- It's long, and takes a bit to build up; but the payoff is incredible! Be patient, and be rewarded...
BluesHotel Nick Lowe/Rockpile--"Cruel To Be Kind"...My favorite song from 10th grade. Still kills me.
BluesHotel 5th Dimension "Aquarius/Let The Sun Shine In"-- Also inspired by @anniewood...Killer vocals; and Joe Osborne's bass! FUCKING GOD-LIKE. Wow...

The 5th Dimension "Aquarius /Let The Sunshine In" (1969)

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