Playlist for Blues off the Record with Sonny Boy Williamson III, May 20th, 2020

Etta Baker – Careless Love – Railroad Bill

John Fahey – Old Fashioned Love – Old Fashioned Love

Blind Boy Fuller – Pistol Slapper Blues – Blind Boy Fuller Vol. 4

Blind Blake – Police Dog Blues – The Best of Blind Blake

Mississippi Sheiks – I’ve Got Blood in My Eyes for You – Honey Babe Let the Deal Go Down

Wynonie Harris – Bloodshot Eyes – Greatest Hits

Ruth Brown – Wild Wild Young Men – Ruth Brown

Billie “The Kid” Emerson – Red Hot – Sun Records: 60 Years, 60 Singles

Fats Waller – St. Louis Blues – If You Got to Ask, You Ain’t Got It!

Lonnie Johnson – St. Louis Blues – Blues & Ballads

Jelly Roll Morton – Black Bottom Stomp – Jazz King of New Orleans

Alberta Hunter – Boogie-Woogie Swing – Alberta Hunter vol. 4

Daddy Stovepipe – Stove Pipe Blues – Alabama: Black Country Dance Bands

Big Bill Broonzy – The Banker’s Blues – Big Bill Broonzy Vol. 11

Kokomo Arnold – The Twelves (The Dirty Dozens) – Bottleneck Guitar Trendsetters of the 1930s

Frank Stokes – Downtown Blues – The Best of Frank Stokes

Furry Lewis – Billy Lyons an Stack O’Lee – His Best 22 Recordings

Dave Van Ronk – Stackerlee – Folk Singer

Dave Van Ronk –  Blood Red Moon – Going Back to Brooklyn

Rev. Gary Davis – Rag Blues in C – Demons & Angels

Jack O’ Diamonds – The Ducks Was Was – Rough Guide to the Best Country Blues You’ve Never Heard

Bayless Rose – Original Blues – American Primitive Vol. 2

Otto Virgal – Bad Notion Blues – American Primitive Vol. 2

Jack Gowdlock – Rollin’ Dough Blues – The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

The Kentucky Ramblers – Ginseng Blues – The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Memphis Jug Band – The Lindberg Hop – Memphis Jug Band

Muddy Waters – Southbound Train – You Shook Me: The Chess Masters Vol. 3

Little Walter – Sad Hours – The Essential Little Walter

Howlin’ Wolf – Bluebird – Smokestack Lightning: The Complete Chess Masters

Sonny Boy Williamson I – Sloppy Drunk Blues – Bluebird Blues

Willie Walker – Dupree Blues – The Return of Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Robert Wilkins – That’s No Way to Get Along – The Return of Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Henry Thomas – Charmin’ Betsy – The Return of Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Lottie Kimbrough – Rolling Log Blues –  The Return of Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Mae Glover – The County Farm Blues – Mae Glover

Ma Rainey – Prove It On Me Blues – Ma Rainey (1928)

Sister Rosetta Tharpe – Strange Things Happening Every Day – Sister Rosetta Tharpe Vol. 2

Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown – My Time Is Expensive – The Best of Duke-Peacock

Larry Davis – Texas Flood – The Best of Duke-Peacock

Little Richard – Jenny, Jenny – Here’s Little Richard

Little Richard – Lucille – Directly from My Heart: The Best of the Specialty and Dee-Jay Years

Phil Flowers – The Twistin’ Beat – House Rockin’ 1950s R&B

Artie Wilson – Tarzan – House Rockin’ 1950s R&B

Magic Sam & Mighty Joe Young – That’s All I Need – West Side Soul

Otis Spann – Ain’t Nobody’s Business – The Biggest Thing Since Colossus

Lonnie Johnson – Jelly Roll Baker – Blues and Ballads

Sleepy John Estes – Policy Man – Sun Records Blues Archive

Skip James – Cypress Grove Blues – Complete Early Recordings

Tampa Red – Anna Lou Blues – Tampa Red Vol. 11

Big Maceo – County Jail Blues – The King of Chicago Blues

Leroy Carr – When the Sun Goes Down – Leroy Carr Vol. 6

Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup – My Mama Don’t Allow Me – Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup

Tommy Tucker – High Heel Sneakers – The Chess Blues-Rock Songbook

Willie Nix – Baker Shop Boogie – Sun Records Blues Archive

Earl Hooker – Wah Wah Blues – Two Bugs and a Roach