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We all love the 'Blues' the latest music, back into the 70's and 80's and back to where it all began. In a nutshell, the very best in Blues .. We're on a mission to ensure that the music from back in the 1920's/30's, and the wonderful artists of the earliest days, are never forgotten, nor are they allowed to disappear into obscurity. Join us as we go 'Backtracking to the Delta' and beyond, up to the present day, making all the stops along the way. .. with a side order of Soul .... Hopefully, W C Handy, would have approved .... Enjoy, Listen, Download the very best of the Blues ..
Week commencing: Sunday 21st February 2021
  Backtracking to the Delta  
  Whiskey Blues  
  Sawmill Gravy Blues  
  The Legends - Track of the week  
  Wednesday Special Feature  
  Listen to the Blues Talking  
  The Doc takes 5  
  The lady sings the Blues  
  Jazz in Shades of Blue  
  Delta Blues 'Go Live' - Video Clip  
  Get in touch  
  Get the blues on your radio station  
  Brief history of the blues  
  Meet Papa Dee & The Doc
  Download Terms & Conditions
  PRS for Music
  Northern Soul Recall
  Meet this emerging 'Blues' artist
  Blues at 5 - Download
  Shades of Soul
  Sara Vian Music
  The last spin - Solid Gold
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Backtracking to the Delta
  Blues from the Delta going back as far as the 1920's
  Blues Gospel track of the week
  The Delta lady sings the blues
  Featured artist of the week
  Your request from back in the Delta
Join us, as we go deep into the archives,'Backtracking to the Delta' ... 60 minutes of authentic blues - Back to the very roots of the Blues, back to where it all began.
Listen to the Blues Talking
As much as we're featuring the Delta artists from way back in time. We also love to bring you the the latest Blues. So here, every Thursday, we're going backtracking in time, up to the present day, making all the stops along the way.
Syndicating the Blues Worldwide
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Coming next from the Sawmill ...
Blues Band Special
Featuring selected blues artists. Back to where it all began and up to the present day.
The Legends - Classic Track of the week
William James Dixon (July 1, 1915 – January 29, 1992) was an American blues musician, vocalist, songwriter, arranger and record producer. He was proficient in playing both the upright bass and the guitar, and sang with a distinctive voice, but he is perhaps best known as one of the most prolific songwriters of his time. Next to Muddy Waters, Dixon is recognised as the most influential person in shaping the post–World War II sound of the Chicago blues. Dixon's songs have been recorded by countless musicians in many genres as well as by various ensembles in which he participated. A few of his most famous compositions includes "Hoochie Coochie Man", "I Just Want to Make Love to you", "Little Red Rooster
Willie Dixon - Little Red Rooster
Sawmill Gravy Blues - Featuring
Chicago blues is a form of blues music developed in Chicago, Illinois. It is based on earlier blues idioms, such as Delta blues, but performed in an urban style. Urban blues evolved from classic blues following the Great Migration, or the Great Northern Drive, which was both forced and voluntary at times, of African Americans from the southern U.S. to the industrial cities of the north, such as Chicago. Big Bill Broonzy and Muddy Waters directly joined that migration
Featured special production
Blues ballads is a term used to refer to a specific form of popular music which used Anglo-American and Afro-American styles. Early versions combined elements of the European influenced "native American ballad" with the forms of African American music. From the 20th century on it was also used to refer to a slow tempo, often sentimental song in a blues style. The first blues ballads tended to deal with active protagonists, often in the context of industrialisation. They usually lacked the strong narrative common in European ballads.
Coming next ... The legendary Delta Lady's
The lady sings the Blues ...Featuring those legendary artists from back to where it all began .. Just listen to the emotion and the bluest, blue in these tracks ... Ride the 'Blue Time Machine' with us . Just soak up the tracks that take you way back in time. Indeed, Back to where it all began .... but, you may be sure, we won't be forgetting the lady's of today. Far too good to miss.
This week: .. Dietra Farr - How much longer

Muddy Waters .. Baby Please Don't Go
We regularly release a video clip from our archive collection going way back to the 1920's and forward up to the 60's ... Now that's all well and good, but if you have a video clip of your band, why not get it streamed on this feature. It needs to be mp4 format, Just get in touch from our website.