First Ever "Yazoo City Calling"!

I had my first time as host for the blues show Yazoo City Calling today! The show focuses on pre-World War II blues music. I had a ton of fun with it and was excited to learn more about this style of music, since I don’t really listen to it much. Got several requests, including some from my brother (thanks Jona!). Anyway, it was a good time! I hope you’ll enjoy it!

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15023301/YazooCity_6_10_13.mp3

Tracklist:

7:59 PM, Pillie Bolling, Brownskin Woman, Let’s Get Loose: Folk and Popular Blues Styles from the Beginnings to the Early 1940s,
7:55 PM, Willie Mae McKenzie, Get Business On Your Mind, Easin’ In: Women Sing the Blues 1924-1941,
7:55 PM, Arlo Guthrie, Lunenberg Travelers, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, You Must Have That True Religion, A Tribute to Leadbelly: His Songs Sung by His Friends,
7:53 PM, Leadbelly, Intro - Leadbelly, A Tribute to Leadbelly: His Songs Sung by His Friends,
7:48 PM, Reverend Cary Davis, Sally, Where’d You Get Your Whiskey?, New Blues and Gospel,
7:42 PM, Leroy Carr, Mean Mistreater Mama, Blues Before Sunrise,
7:40 PM, Big Bill Broonzy, Good Time Tonight, Good Time Tonight,
7:37 PM, Freeman Stowers, Railroad Blues, Harmonica Blues: Great Harmonica Performances of the 1920s and ’30s,
7:32 PM, Edith Johnson, Nickel’s Worth of Liver Blues, Piano Singer’s Blues: Women Accompany Themselves,
7:31 PM, Henry Thomas (request), Old Country Stomp, Anthology of American Folk Music,
7:28 PM, Lonnie Johnson, Tomorrow Night, Folk Bluesmen,
7:25 PM, Georgia White, The Blues Ain’t Nothin But???, Piano Singer’s Blues: Women Accompany Themselves,
7:18 PM, Blind Blake (request), He’s in the Jailhouse Now, ,
7:12 PM, Abner Jay, Cocaine Blues (request), One Man Band,
7:08 PM, Memphis Slim, Life is Like That, Blues in the Mississippi Night,
7:04 PM, Various, I Think I Heard the Chilly Wind Blow, Ain’t Gonna Rain No More,
7:02 PM, Leadbelly, In the Pines (request), Where Did You Sleep Last Night