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Groovin' With Sister T Podcast edition Episode 5
December 04, 2014 10:05 PM PST
Jazz and blues from Raphael Wressnig, Earl king, Jon Cleary, John Scofield, Charlie Apicella, The Hiptones, Ray Beadle, Kelly Menhennet and Mighty Sam McClain.Groovin' With Sister T Podcast edition Episode 4
November 25, 2014 02:34 AM PST
Blues and jazz versions of the music of Lennon and McCartney.Groovin With Sister T Podcast edition Episode 3
November 15, 2014 11:13 PM PST
Groovy jazz and blues. Classic tracks and new releases.Groovin' With Sister T Podcast edition Episode 2
October 25, 2014 10:17 PM PDT
Groovy jazz and blues. New releases and old classics.Groovin' With Sister T Podcast edition Episode 1
October 05, 2014 01:22 AM PDT
Groovy Jazz and Blues from the 60's to latest releases!Episode 63 Interview with Debbie Davies
November 03, 2010 07:13 PM PDT
Debbie was in Australia in early November and agreed to be interviewed. She told me about her struggles to become established as an electric blues guitar player in a male dominated music scene!Tess interviews Dr Lonnie Smith, Hammond B3 Jazz great
May 19, 2009 03:55 AM PDT
The interview was recorded on May 13th 2009.
Most of the podcast are segments from my programmes on local radio, usually featuring blues music but sometimes interviews.
I have always been passionate about music of all genres and in my early teens I began collecting records. It just so happened that I was living in London when the Enlgish bands began to take off but rather than being keen on the mainstream bands of the day I became interested in the British blues bands such as John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Alexis Korners blues Inc, Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds, Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames and the Spencer Davis Group. Through these bands and others I discovered American blues, R & B and jazz. I saw all the great American bluesmen who toured in the UK and many of the great British blues and rock bands. At age 15 I had a Saturday job in a record store and all my spare cash went on buying records. There were import shops in London where I bought many records on the Stax, Sue, Chess and other US labels. This was a really exciting time for music because it was all new. Nowadays it is much harder to find music that is new and exciting so often I return to my old records which I think have stood the test of time. I do like to support contemporary artists though so am continually checking out new music. I also go to many live gigs and spend a lot of time in the US. For nine years now I've been a presenter on local radio so the podcasts are taken from those programmes. I also have an onlline radio station Bluesgroove http://www.live365.com/stations/tesstify2 where I feature music from my large collection!
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