PLAYLIST: 1/5/09 HAPPY New Year!

Mon Jan 5 11:32:28 EST 2009 Still #1 in blues @ # 1 at & at WFDU in the
NYC area!
Playlist link from 1/05/09
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Marketer-writer Bob Putignano and music publicity writer Frank - John
Hadley Click here for bio: are now collaborating
in offering their services to assist musicians in getting the wider
recognition they deserve by way of CD mailings, press releases, band
bios (for CD mailings or web sites), and more.
-Bob is a contributing writer at Blues Wax, an award-winning radio dj
(awarded by Roots Music Report and Blues Foundation), the president of
the New York Blues & Jazz Society, and an experienced blues and jazz
-Frank received the 2007 Blues Foundation KBA award for journalism and
has written about blues, jazz, and other types of music in DownBeat,
and many other publications. He is also a Grove Press author. Frank
has done extensive publicity writing for dozens of well-known and
up-and-coming musicians. See his bio at this web site for detailed
Click here for Bob Radio & Press Marketing Rates:
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And the blues is alright in the NYC area as now the Sounds of Blue is
the most pledged to radio program at WFDU, which offers a wide-range
of diverse programming. Plus the Sounds of Blue shattered the 20+
year all-time record at WFDU for pledges, by bringing in over
$20,000 in donations, 20% of the station's entire goal!
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Check out Bob Putignano, and 1 link with Bob P & Bob Weir making
comments about Martin Scorsese's "Lightning In a Bottle" (MSG Network
version) (Intro) (Gatemouth
Brown) (Solomon
Burke & Bob Weir)
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The Sounds of Blue is the most listened Blues radio program at
To listen, go to:
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Today's broadcast features birthday tributes to:  Johnny Adams (77,) Robbie
Krieger (62,) Jimmy & Jerry Vivino (54 & 55,) John Tropea (63,) Jimmy Page
(65,) David Johansen (59,) Cyril Neville (61,) John McLauglin (67,) and so
much more!
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Playlist are available at: http://www.Soundsof  Direct playlist
Or scroll down below for the complete list of all that was played
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-This 3 hour show will air 2 times daily starting today at 3pm and
will be repeated at 5:30am (eastern times)
-Additionally the Sounds of Blue Wednesday also airs at the same link at 3:00pm & 5:30am
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Bob Putignano's reviews and articles are now appearing in Blueswax
-Upcoming interview articles by Bob Putignano are in depth in-person
interviews that will feature; Derek Trucks, Keith Crossan, George
Duke, and Bobby Wayne.
Plus CD reviews of: The new Otis Redding "Live! In London and Paris"
B.B. King and his Orchestra Live, Ike & Tina Turner Sing the Blues,
Keith Crossan, Chuck Leavell, The Ry Cooder Anthology, Susan Tedeschi, and
so much more!
+ DVD review's of Ronnie Earl's "Hope Radio Sessions, and Johnny
Winter Live in the '70's"
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Note: Why wait for Living Blues magazines radio chart?
When you can checkout the weekly on-line Blues Chart at:
This blues chart is updated every Thursday, and it is based on
playlists of blues reporting stations:
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Fresh & new "Sounds of Blue" programs are updated at
every Monday & Wednesday!
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A very big thank you to
who selected The Sounds of Blue as one of their <8> best radio
stations for 2006, and as DJ of the month for October.
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Bob Putignano's Sounds of Blue is now the most listened to station
at WFDU with over 114,000 listeners in the NYC area via WFDU-FM
89.1, and streams live at http://wfdu. fm every -Every Monday from 6-
9am & Wednesday from 9am-1pm
Re-broadcast at:
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And at "Sounds of Blue" is now <# 1 > most listened to
blues program, with over <2,395> internet listeners who have selected
the "Sounds of Blue" as their favorite
preset station, at
-There are over 10,000 stations broadcasting at
To listen to the Sounds of Blue- click:
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For playlist's, upcoming interview's, free giveaways, articles &
reviews, and more info go to: http://www.Soundsof
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Check out the birthday lookup- either my artist name or by date
It's free!
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*Artists CD submissions for airplay- snail mail to:
Bob Putignano 134 Overlook St. Mount Vernon NY 10552 or email Bob at:
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***Are you a musician or band looking for nationwide radio
airplay? For more info email:
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The Entire 3 hour Sounds of Blue for January 5th, 2009
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Artist Track Name CD Title Label
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Flashback Hour “More Hallucinations on Wednesday 10-11:00am” SINGLE
Robbie Krieger (birthday #62) “The End” from The Very Best of the Doors (Rhino) 
John McLaughlin (birthday #67) “Siren” from Devotion (Douglas LP/Celluloid CD) 
Jimmy Page (birthday #65) “Dazed & Confused” from Led Zeppelin (Atlantic) 
Jimmy Page (birthday #65) “I Can't Quit You Baby/How Many More Times” from
Led Zeppelin (Atlantic) 
John McLaughlin (birthday #67) “Marbles” from Devotion (Douglas LP/Celluloid
Robbie Krieger (birthday #62) “L.A. Woman” from L.A. Woman-The Doors
David Johansen (birthday #59) “Animals Medley: We Got to Get Out of this
Place-Don't Bring Me Down-It's My Life” from David Johansen Collection (CBS) 
Jimmy & Jerry Vivino (birthdays 54 & 55) “Africa” from Chitlins
Parmigiana-Vivino Brothers (DMP) 
Cyril Neville (birthday #61) “This Is My Country” from New Orleans Social
Club-Sing Me Back Home (Burgundy) 
John Tropea (birthday #63) “Just Blue” from Tropea (1st LP)
Johnny Adams (birthday #77) “Walking On a Tightrope” (Rounder) 
Johnny Adams (birthday #77) “Half Awake” from One Foot in the Blues (Rounder) 
Keith Crossan “Out the Gate” from Beatnik Jungle SINGLE (Keith Crossan Music) 
Johnny Adams (birthday #77) “May Be Fact or Fiction” from Wynton Marsalis
"Tune In Tomorrow" Soundtrack (Columbia) 
Luther Kent “I Wouldn't Treat a Dog” from The Bobby Bland Songbook (VCC) 
Jimmy Vivino (birthday #54) “Got To Move” from Do What, Now? Jimmy Vivino
and the ReKooperators (Music Masters) 
Jimmy Vivino (birthday #54) “Birds Nest on the Ground” from Do What, Now?
Jimmy Vivino and the ReKooperators (Music Masters) 
Jimmy & Jerry Vivino (birthdays 54 & 55) “Itchin' & Scratchin'-Sinners
Prayer” from Vivino Brothers Blues Band (DMP) 
Keith Crossan “Blues for Mianna” from Beatnik Jungle SINGLE (Keith Crossan
Allman Brothers “So Long” from Reach for the Sky/Brothers of the Road (BGO
John Tropea (birthday #63) “Muff” from Tropea (1st LP) ( 
Jimmy Page (birthday #65) “The Crunge” from Houses of he Holy-Led Zeppelin
John Tropea (birthday #63) “Super Strut w/Stanley Clarke & Billy Cobham”
from Deodato 2 (CTI) 
Jeff Beck “Stratus” from Performing This Week (Eagle) 
Crusaders “Scratch <closing theme>” from Scratch SINGLE (Blue Thumb)  

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