This week The Blues Kitchen hosts Bobby Gillespie, frontman of Primal Scream.

Primal Scream release ‘Maximum Rock ‘N’ Roll: The Singles’ on May 24th.

In this episode, Bobby gives detailed insights into some of the Scream’s best known recordings.

For the full 35 minute interview, head over to The Blues Kitchen YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/user/BluesKitchenLondon 

Bobby Gillespie talks about how the band have continued to release vital, culturally relevant, stylish records for over three decades. Primal Scream have always embraced everything from psychedelic pop to degenerate rock’n’roll; euphoric rave to industrial gloom. They have made records with George Clinton & Kate Moss, invited Mani of the Stone Roses & Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine into the fold, survived narcotic oblivion, personal trauma & the death of beloved guitarist Robert “Throb” Young, & captured the mood of the nation several times over. Throughout it all, they have always sounded like Primal Scream.

SHOW TRACK LISTING

Bobby Womack – I Used To Love Her   |   The Black Keys – Go   |   Primal Scream – Dolls   |   Bobby Whitlock – Where There’s A Will   |   Lee Moses – Bad Girl (Part 1)   |   Jimi Hendrix & The Band Of Gypsies – Izabella   |   Primal Scream - Loaded

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This week the guys host a session with Golden Globe, Grammy & Oscar winner - Ryan Bingham

Ryan performs an exclusive acoustic version of 'Jingle & Go' from his 6th studio album - ‘American Love Song’.

There's also classics from Lou Rawls, The 13th Floor Elevators & Garnett Mimms alongside new music from Courtney Barnett & Bruce Springsteen. 

Track listing:

Lou Rawls – Bring It On Home   |   Hello Sunshine – Bruce Springsteen   |   The 13th Floor Elevators – You’re Gonna Miss Me    |   Ryan Bingham - Jingle & Go   |   Ann Cole – I Got My Mojo Working   |   Marie Knight – Come On Baby (Hold My Hand)   |   Courtney Barnett – Everybody Here Hates You   |   Garnett Mimms – I’ll Take Good Care of You

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Christine Lakeland Cale joins Gaz & Liam on the show to discuss ‘Stay Around’, a new album from her late husband, the incredible guitarist, singer and songwriter - JJ Cale

Christine talks about how she picked out 16 un-heard tracks from an extensive archive spanning around 30 years of JJ’s music.

There’s also a chance to win a pair of weekend camping tickets to this year’s Black Deer Festival alongside some classic blues, soul, country & rock n roll from Robert Balfour, Edwin Starr, Leroy Sibbles, Kris Kristofferson, Beck & Led Zeppelin.

Robert Balfour – My Baby’s Gone   |   Edwin Starr – 25 Miles   |   JJ Cale – Girl of Mine   |   Leroy Sibbles – Express Yourself   |   Kris Kristofferson – Me & Bobby McGee   |   JJ Cale – Chasing You   |   Beck – Magnolia   |   Led Zeppelin – No Quarter

This week, the guys take a phone call from legendary American songwriter, Steve Earle.

Steve discusses his new album, a collection of 16 Guy Clark tunes, simply called ‘Guy’.

There’s also a chance to win a pair of weekend camping tickets to this year’s Black Deer Festival alongside new music from The Black Keys & Holy Hive.

Track listing:

Sonny Boy Williamson – Ninety Nine  |   The Black Keys – Eagle Birds  |   Holy Hive – Oh I Miss Her So  |   Steve Earle – The Last Gunfighter Ballad  |   Justin Townes Earle – Move Over Mama  |   The Temptations – Ain’t Too Proud To Beg  |   Steve Earle – Dublin Blues  |   Doc Watson – Sittin’ On Top Of The World  |   Bo Diddley – Pretty Thing

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Gaz & Liam bring you an exclusive acoustic session from Chris Shiflett of the Foo Fighters.

Chris’ new record, ‘Hard Lessons’ is out on 14th June this year.

A radical departure from his ‘day job’ with The Foo Fighters, the new LP was produced by Dave Cobb at Nashville’s RCA Studios.

Chris performs an exclusive version of Buck Owens’ ‘Together Again’…

There’s also new music from The Raconteurs alongside some blues from T Model Ford & Odetta.

Track Listing:

The Spencer Davis Group – Let The Sunshine In   ||   The Raconteurs – Hey Gip (Dig The Slowness)   ||   T Model Ford – Cut You Loose   ||   Chris Shiflett – Together Again (Buck Owens Cover)   ||   Pops Staples – No News Is Good News   ||   The Dirtbombs – Livin’ For The City   ||   Odetta – God’s Gonna Cut You Down   ||   Bill Ryder Jones – There Are Worse Things That I Could Do

 

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Liam & Gaz host an acoustic session with Lee Fields & The Expressions, playing a stripped back version of Van Morrison’s classic ‘And It Stoned Me’

Lee returned the studio with long-term collaborator, Leon Michaels, to write & record a brand new album – ‘It Rains Love’ – released on 5th 2019. He’s a gentleman that radiates kindness, love & humility and his new LP is the perfect reflection of his personality.

There’s also brand new music from Daddy Long Legs & The Fernweh.

Track listing: 

Lee Fields & The Expressions – Love Prisoner   |   Daddy Long Legs – Pink Lemonade   |   Jimmy Reed – Going To New York   |   Lou Rawls – Dead End Street   |   The Chambers Brothers – Time Has Come Today   |   Lee Fields & The Expressions – And It Stoned Me   |   The Fernweh – The Liar   |   Reverend Gary Davis – Death Don’t Have No Mercy In This Land   |   Bob Dylan Hurricane

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On this week’s show Liam & Gaz bring you brand new music from King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Mavis Staples & The Felice Brothers.  

Track listing:

Travis Wammack - Night Train   |   King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Boogie Man Sam   |   Jim Ford - I’m Gonna Make You Love Me   |   Muddy Waters - Nine Below Zero   |   The Felice Brothers - Special Announcement   |   Chicken Shack - I’d Rather Go Blind   |   Mavis Staples - Change   |   Big Mama Thornton - Ball & Chain

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Liam & Gaz bring you an exclusive session from Ethan John’s & The Black Eyed Dogs.

The Blues Kitchen went on a road trip to film The Black Eyed Dogs at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios. The band are set to release their new LP ‘Revelator’ on Record Store Day this year. The vinyl only LP will be available in all good record shops on Saturday 13th April 2019.

You will hear ‘Silver Liner’ on this week’s show but be sure to check The Blues Kitchen YouTube Channel for three more performances: A version of ‘21st Century Paranoid Blues’, alongside two covers – Gillian Welch’s ‘Revelator’ and The Grateful Dead’s ‘Ship Of Fools’

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Tickets for The Blues Chronicles available from: https://theblueschronicles.com/

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Show Track Listing 01.04.19

Albert King – Cross Cut Saw   |   Lee Fields & The Expressions – Will I Get Off Easy   |   Dollar Bill – The Juice Ain’t Worth The Squeeze   |   Joe Cocker – Feelin’ Alright   |   Jim Sullivan – Sand Man   |   The Zutons – Pressure Point   |   The Arrows – We Have Love   |   The Black Eyed Dogs – Silver Liner

 

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On this week's show, Gareth and Liam pay tribute to the late great Dick Dale and Andre Williams.
There's also a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Bobby Rush at London's famous Jazz Cafe venue & Ida Mae are live in session.

Track listing:

John Lee Hooker - Motor City Is Burning   |   Dick Dale - Miserlou   |   Shovels & Rope - Mississippi Nuthin   |   Ida Mae - You Gotta Move   |   Steve Earle - Dublin Blues   |   The Allman Brothers - Whipping Post   |   Bobby Rush - Camel Walk   |   Lee Fields & The Expressions - You're Whats Needed In My Life   |   Andre Williams - Chicken Grease

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Liam & Gaz bring you the hottest new blues, soul and RnB out this month with songs from The Black Keys, The Felice Brothers, The Heavy & The Budos Band.

Track listing:

Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band - Different Strokes   |   The Black Keys - Lo/Hi   |   The Budos Band - Arcane Rambler   |   The Felice Brothers - Poor Blind Birds   |   Tony Joe White - Wilie Mae & Laura Mae Jones   |   The Heavy - Burn Bright   |   Lynyrd Skynyrd - Ballad of Curtis Lowe   |   Lou Reed - Perfect Day

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