With Gaz away in Los Angeles, John Robinson sits in. The guys dig out some records from Taj Mahal, JD McPherson, Blind Boy Fuller, Lee Michaels, Captain Beefheart & The Mighty Voices of Wonder alongside an exclusive Blues Kitchen Session with Robert Finley.

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Just before Gaz hops on a flight to Vegas, the guys pick out some classic blues tracks from Elmore James, & Son House. There's also new music from Durand Jones & The Indications, Jeff Tweedy & The Fernweh plus classics from The Band and The Soul Children alongside an exclusive Blues Kitchen Session with Big Joe Louis.

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Liam & Gaz browse through their records & play some Darondo, Trapper Schoepp, Mickey Jupp, Robert Finley, Barrence Whitfield & The Savages, Mike Bloomfield, Aaron Lee Tasjan & Jimi Hendrix.

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This week the guys select some classic cuts from Lightnin' Hopkins, Elmore James, The Small Faces, Richard Swift, James Brown, Gillian Welch & Rusty Kershaw. 

There's also an exclusive session from Aaron Lee Tasjan, who performs an acoustic version of 'The Truth Is So Hard To Believe' from his new record 'Karma For Cheap'.

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This week Liam & Gaz dig out some classic blues, soul, country & rock n roll from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Townes Van Zandt, Kurt Vile, Elizabeth Cotton, Donnie Fritts & Jawbone. The guys also go deep into the remastered 'White Album' and there's an exclusive session from Delgres - performing Led Zeppelin's 'Whole Lotta Love'

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Ronnie Wood popped into The Blues Kitchen to tell us about the new Rolling Stones curated record, Confessin' The Blues. He talks about how the members of the band selected their favourite tunes for the album, as well as regaling us with stories about his experiences with Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and BB King.

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On this week's show Gaz and Liam bring you a bunch of new tunes from Pete Molinari, Dawn Brothers, Low Cut Connie and The Good, The Bad & The Queen. Plus classics from Freddie King, Elton John and Blind Faith.

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On this week's show, Liam and Gaz bring you a session from The Black Delta Movement. The band released their debut album ‘Preservation’ in August of 2018 and they perform for us a gutsy version of ‘Got My Mojo Working’ by Muddy Waters.

Tracks from Roy Milton, Demob Happy, Young Jessie, Little Milton, Warren Zevon, The Electric Peanut Butter Co. and The Stooges.

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On the show this week, Liam and Gaz bring you Blues Kitchen favourite Rayland Baxter in session. Over the last 5 years, the Nashville native has hit the road hard; touring with Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves and The Lumineers alongside appearances at Bonnaroo & Newport Folk Festival.

His new release, ‘Wide Awake’ was written & recorded in an old elastic band factory in Southern Kentucky. He plays a stripped back version of his tune Casanova.

Tunes from Hound Dog Taylor, Kurt Vile, Slim Harpo, The Kinks, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Marc Benno and a very special version of Stand By Me - but can you tell who it is?

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We first saw Watermelon Slim playing in Clarksdale, Mississippi back in 2013. Five years later & he’s made his way over to London and playing exclusively for The Blues Kitchen.

His debut, ‘Merry Airbrakes’ was released in 1973 & his most recent album ‘Golden Boy’ has been spinning constantly on our stereo since its release last year. On the show he performs a version of Mississippi Fred McDowell’s, ’61 Highway’.

With tracks from R. Dean Taylor, The Teskey Brothers, Van Morrison, Eli Paperboy Reed, Bo Carter, Johnny Flynn and Boz Scaggs.

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