Rhythm And Blues/Soul Podcasts
Subscribe & Down Load Free Preying Lizard Music's Road Rash Blues Show. Hosted by Blues Musician, Terry Knott. Created by The Late Great Les Lewellyn The Road Rash Blues Show was assured to have the highest quality seal of Blues & Blues/Rock & Rock Music both Independant & mainstream from artists across the world. This Show is now Proudly taken forward by Terry Knott who is dedicated to maintaining the standards set by Les whilst adding his own personality & humour.
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What did our parents do for todays good rap music? â€¢â€¢â€¢ Explore it with Funky 60-mins Mixtape styles! â€¢â€¢â€¢ â€žMach Paratâ€ brings you the music from the early 70's like Funk Soul & Jazz and their reminding Samples for Rap & Hip Hop Tracks from the 90's 'til now...! â€¢â€¢â€¢ Find out with Â·Â·Â·Mach Parat MixtapesÂ·Â·Â· every 2 weeks 30 minutes of pleasure!
PDXBluescast is a weekly music podcast showcasing great blues music originating from Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas. Portland boasts a vibrant blues scene - check it out here! Licensed with ASCAP and BMI; most music used with specific permission.
By Pat McDougall
Twice a month South Australian Roots and Blues sends into cyberspace its rich mature brew of fine roots and blues music. One podcast draws its selection from alt country, progressive folk and indie rock; the other from acoustic and electric blues. Quality: MP3PRO VBR 85-120 kbps. Duration: 1 hour.
BluePower has spent eleven years on the net. We have always endeavored to produce the best and most comprehensive music shows possible. Our premise is to make a small contribution in making the world a better place in which all people and nationalities can live in peace and harmony. The Blues is an integral part of all popular music. Recently, we have found that many of our listeners are under twenty years old. They had never heard Muddy Waters or Ike Turner. They're listening now....to the "real" thing. The roots. Thanks to the net....Everything old is new again:) The Blues has no color; creed; race or nationality. Let's make some music together!
By John Rhys Eddins