Willie Dixon – Remembering the Greatest Blues Songwriter of All Time on BMFR 3-5 pm EDT

Willie Dixon is the greatest and most prolific writer of songs in the enduring history of the blues. Today would have been his one hundred and sixth birthday. Tune in at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com today from 3-5 pm EDT as I give you a sampling of his amazing talent both as a songwriter and as a singer and bass player. I hope you enjoy!!

This is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLE
Willie DixonCrazy for My Baby
Koko TaylorTwenty-Nine Ways
Billy D & The HoodoosBack Door Man (Live)
Tomiko DixonWang Dang Doodle
Tommy CastroWhen My Left Eye Jumps
Johnny IguanaDown In The Bottom
Howlin’ WolfEvil
CreamSpoonful
Buddy GuyI Just Want To Make Love To You
Albert CummingsMy Babe
Willie NelsonI Love the LIfe I Live
Los LobosI Can’t Understand
George ThorogoodHelp Me
Bo DiddleyPretty Thing
Muddy WatersI’m Ready
Sonny Boy WilliamsonBring It On Home
B.B. King feat. John Lee HookerYou Shook Me
The Fabulous ThunderbirdsYou Can’t Judge a Book By Its Cover
James CottonCotton Mouth Man
Delaney And BonnieComin’ Home
Willie DixonThe Seventh Son
Jimmy WitherspoonWhen the Lights Go Out
Bo DiddleyPretty Thing
Kirsten ThienI Ain’t Superstitious
Elmore JamesTalk To Me Baby
The DoorsLittle Red Rooster (feat. John Sebastian)
Johnny WinterThird Degree
The Allman Brothers BandHoochie Coochie Man