PLAYLIST: KMUW Crossroads Jan '12 and Feb '12 Feature

Chris Heim chrisradio4@YAHOO.COM
Mon Feb 6 00:04:19 EST 2012

KMUW FM 89.1, Wichita - Ranked Top 10 nationally AQH Share/Top 30 Cume Rating
Mediaguide Monitored/Roots Music Report Blues Chart Reporter
Chris Heim - Host/Producer
Fridays @ 10 p.m. and Sundays @ 7 p.m.

Crossroads is KMUW's contemporary blues and R&B show. Hosted by Chris Heim,
the program highlights blues, R&B and soul from the post-war era to the
present, from classic recordings to new releases, and from mainstream sounds
to an adventurous, diverse and wide-ranging collection of artists and
recordings with roots in the blues and branches in nearly every other
musical genre.
For more show information, videos, the Crossroads Top 20 list of new titles
played on the program, regional blues concert listings, a link to listen
online, artist resource pages and more, visit the Crossroads page of the
KMUW website:

Crossroads Top 20 - January 2012
1. Cash Box Kings - Holler and Stomp (Blind Pig)
2. Bad Influence - Under the Influence (Bad Blues)
3. James Armstrong - Blues at the Border (Catfood)
4. Kay Kay and the Rays - Best of Kay Kay and the Rays (Catfood)
5. Demetria Taylor - Bad Girl (Delmark)
6. Omar Coleman - West Side Wiggle (Honeybee Entertainment)
7. Jaimoe's Jasssz Band - Renaissance Man (li'Johnieboy)
8. Kilborn Alley - Four (Blue Bella)
9. Levee Town - Pages of Paperwork (Levee Town)
10. Nora Jean - Good Blues (Untouchable Productions)
11. Mulebone - Bluesville Sessions (Red Tug Records)
12. Marquise Knox - Here I Am (APO)
13. Sugar Ray and the Bluetones - Evening (Severn)
14. Jackie Johnson - Memphis Jewel (Catfood)
15. Big Pete - Choice Cuts (Delta Groove)
16. Sharon Lewis and Texas Fire - The Real Deal (Delmark)
17. Samantha Fish - Runaway (Ruf)
18. Steve Cropper - Dedicated (429 Records)
19. Peter Novelli - Peter Novelli (Chalet Music)
20. Revelations - Concrete Blues (Decision/NIA)

February 2012: Mardi Gras Month - New Orleans Blues and R&B
Throughout February, Crossroads teams up with KMUW's world music show Global
Village (Neville Brothers) and jazz show Night Train (New Orleans jazz) for
a Mardi Gras celebration with the sounds of New Orleans. At the Crossroads,
it’s the sound of New Orleans blues and R&B. The work of two influential
figures in New Orleans music honored this year - studio owner Cosimo Matassa
inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and producer, performer and
songwriter Dave Bartholomew a Recording Academy Trustees Award recipient -
will also be featured, as will music from two seminal R&B artists we just
lost, Johnny Otis and Etta James.

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