Welcome to PD Productions as we ride the 'Blues Time Machine' ... Go deep with us and discover the 'Roots of the Blues' ...

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'The Doc' taught me how to 'feel' the blues. In his words, you can't play or sing the blues unless you can feel them .. the chords and lyrics mean nothing, unless they touch your soul and you feel them down to your fingers.

For around 8 years now we've been producing shows for radio stations around the world. We have a 'thing' about keeping the spirit, if you will, the roots of the blues alive. Fully licensed, we invite you to enjoy, and where we make them so available, download all or any of these productions.

Irrespective of size or location of your radio station, all of our productions are available to be uploaded to your station weekly, completely Free.
Thank you for visiting with us. We hope you have enjoyed the music. If you have a suggestion or a track you'd like featured do please get in touch. Come back and see us again soon.
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Backtracking to the roots of the blues
How the blues found me
Get the blues
The Gospel Blues Train
The lady sings the blues
Acoustic blues
Appalachian blues
This weeks Wednesday special production
About PD Productions
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Backtracking
The Gospel Blues Train
The lady sings the blues
Featured artist of the week
North Mississippi hill country blues
PD Special production
The Mississippi Blues Trail
Crossroads - The legend
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Listen to the blues talking
Blues at 5
Late night blues
The Doc's selection
Classic Sessions
Shades of Soul
Northern Soul Recall
Blues events diary
Sara Vian music
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Backtracking to the 'Roots of the Blues' .... Back as far as the 1920's and beyond. These are the artists from the earliest days of the blues. Join the 'Blues Time Machine' as we take you back to where it all began.
    Ride the Gospel Blues Train.
    The lady sings the blues.
    Roots featured artist of the week.
    Prison work songs feature, back as far as 1920's.
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The Gospel Blues Train Listen as the Lady sings the Blues
Gospel blues are a form of blues-based gospel music that has been around since the inception of blues music. It combines evangelistic lyrics with blues instrumentation, often with a blues guitar accompaniment. Possibly fair to say, led by The Reverend Gary Davis. Listen out for the 'Gospel Blues' Track' on the 'Backtracking' production, join the early 21st century gospel revival to the glory of God.
Ma Rainey - Deep moaning blues
 
Featured artist ... This weeks Special Production

Baby please don't go
McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913 – April 30, 1983), known professionally as Muddy Waters, was an American blues singer-songwriter and musician with a stage presence that so many 'Blues' fans love. Muddy was an important figure in the post-war blues scene, and is often cited as the "father of modern Chicago blues." His style of playing has been described as "raining down Delta beatitude...


Appalachian blues
The "mountain cousin" of Delta blues, Appalachian blues a distinctive blend of European and African styles and sounds born at the cultural crossroads of railroad camps, mines, and rural settlements.
Baby Tate - See what you done, done
 
 
Music from the earliest classic blues tracks, and the more up to date classic albums, they've got a place too .. Click here to download
Not the Rolling Stones
Next time: Sawmill Gravy Blues
 
   
Blues at 5
Blues at 5 with Alan Hare - A two hour bucket full of the latest Blues. We welcome and thank our very good friend Alan as he takes us through the Blues at 5 ...
 

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