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"Dirty Laundry" with Rick Cornell (archive)

Sunday, February 1, 2009 | 22:00 to 00:00 | alt-country/60s & 70s soul

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Lou Johnson She Thinks I Still Care More Dirty Laundry Trikont
Buddy Miller That's How Strong My Love Is Poison Love HighTone
Solomon Burke That's How i Got to Memphis Nashville Shout Factory
Ben Sollee A Change Is Gonna Come Learning to Bend
Candi Staton Stand By Your Man Candi Staton Honest Jon's
Cat Power Dark End of the Street Dark End of the Street EP
Dex Romweber Duo Is It Too Late? Ruins of Berlin Bloodshot appearing next Sunday night on Dirty Laundry
Judy Clay & William Bell Love-Eye-Tis Private Numbers
The Gourds Fossil Contender Haymaker! Yep Roc
Bettye LaVette It Ain't Easy Souvenirs Art & Soul
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Streetlights Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Lightning Rod
Amy Speace and the Tearjerks Step Out of the Shade Songs for Bright Street Wildflower at the Berkeley Cafe next Sunday, 08FEB
Gary Louris Omaha Nights Vagabonds Rykodisc
Mark Olson Salvation Blues The Salvation Blues Hacktone Gary Louris & Mark Olson at the ArtsCenter on 11FEB
Millie Jackson It's All Over But the Shouting Caught Up Southbound
Marvin Sease Motel Lover Motel Lovers: Southern Soul from the Chitlin' Circuit Trikont
Denise LaSalle & Latimore Right Place, Right Time The Last Soul Company Malaco
Roy C. Open Letter to the President Sex & Soul Collectables Millie Jackson, Marvin Sease, Latimore, and Roy C. are among those scheduled to perform at the upcoming Raleigh Blues Festival at the RBC Center
John Martyn The Glory of Love 40 Years of John Martyn Underappreciated Scottish singer/songwriter/occasionally trippy guitarist John Martyn passed away on 29JAN
Andy Fairweather-Low Hymn 4 My Soul Sweet Soulful Music Proper American
Chris Farlowe What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted? Open the Door to Your Heart
Ivory Joe Hunter The Cold Grey Light of Dawn Blues Masters: Ivory Joe Hunter
Jim Ford 36 Inches High The Sounds of Our Time Bear Family
Sandy Posey Born a Woman 34 Great American Songs
Eddy Giles Losin' Boy Shreveport Southern Soul: The Murco Story Kent
Al Wilson Poor Side of Town Soul Masters: Al Wilson
Daniel Johnston Life in Vain Fun Atlantic
The Skeletons I Ain't Lyin' Nothing to Lose HighTone
Ruthie Foster Nickel and a Nail The Truth According to Ruthie Foster Blue Corn Music
O.V. Wright I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled and Crazy The Soul of O.V. Wright MCA