Koko Taylor tributes on British podcasts

Posted on: Sunday, Jun 7, 2009

Both Dave Raven and Hambone have podcasts out recently and both of them feature a tribute to the recently deceased Koko Taylor.

Raven ‘n’ Blues

  • Strange Woman    Carey & Lurrie Bell    Harpslinger
  • Smoke Stack    Valvetones    mp3
  • Dirty Mother For You    Memphis Minnie    Divas Sing The Blues
  • Wang Dang Doodle    Koko Taylor    Blues Masterpieces
  • Evil    Koko Taylor    Queen Of The Blues
  • Don’t Go No Farther    Koko Taylor    Old School
  • Can’t Hold Out Much Longer    The Barcodes    With Friends Like These
  • Letter To A Lover    The Cedars    Little Copper Still
  • Stop Rocking That Train    Ivory Joe Turner    Woo Wee
  • Good Thang    Eugene Hideaway Bridges    Born To Be Blue
  • Love Gotcha    Coco Montoya    Dirty Deal
  • You Can’t Judge A Book    Hans Theessink    Visions



Hambones’ Blues Rumshack

  • David Rotundo Band – Don’t Lie To Me from No Looking Back on Stone Pillar Productions
  • David Rotundo Band – I Don’t Need No Body from No Looking Back on Stone Pillar Productions
  • Stephen Dale Petit – Alexis Korner Says from Guitararama on 333 Records
  • Honkeyfinger – Running on Empty from Running on Empty EP on Hoarse Records
  • Brixton Boogie – Nobody But You from Urban Blues
  • Ramon Goose Band – Rude Mood from Journey Into The Blues on Tekni Records
  • Ramon Goose Band – Travellin’ South from Journey Into The Blues on Tekni Records
  • Homemade Jamz Band – Who Your Real Friends Are from Pay Me No Mind on Northern Blues
  • Po’ Girl – Bloom from Deer In The Night on Po’ Girl Music
  • Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens – What Have You Done from What Have You Done, My Brother? on Daptone Records
  • Koko Taylor – What Kind Of Man Is This from Wang Dang Doodle – The Blues Collection on Orbis
  • Koko Taylor – I’d Rather Go Blind from Live From Chicago – An Audience with the Queen on Alligator Records
  • Koko Taylor and B B King – Something You Got on Blues Summit from MCA Records


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