Saturday Night Blues: 20 Years

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Saturday Night Blues: 20 Years is a 2006 2 CD compilation album, released by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and, internationally, by the Universal Music Group, of live performances of Canadian blues artists, as featured on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio program Saturday Night Blues. It is a successor album to Saturday Night Blues, released in 1991, which commemorated the radio program's fifth year.

Track Listing[1][edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. Let Tears Fall Down - Sue Foley
  2. Luck in Love - Paul Reddick
  3. Don't Look Back - Ray Bonneville
  4. Wang Dang Doodle - Jackie Richardson
  5. Home of the Mardi Gras - Gary Comeau, Voodoo All Stars
  6. Memphis Has Got the Blues - Rita Chiarelli
  7. Thrill Is Gone - Harry Manx
  8. Blackberry Wine - Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne
  9. One Monkey Don't Stop No Show - Georgette Fry
  10. Blood in My Eyes - Jim Byrnes
  11. Anything for You - Jeff Healey and The Jazz Wizards
  12. Rosalie - Michael Pickett
  13. Come on Home - Ndidi Onukwulu
  14. Rattlesnakin' Daddy - David Wilcox
  15. She Won't Be True - Garrett Mason

Disc 2[edit]

  1. It Ain't Easy - Long John Baldry
  2. Things Is About to Change - David Gogo
  3. You Got Me Wrong - Brent Parkin, Rusty Reed
  4. Howl at the Moon - Ellen McIlwaine
  5. Older and Dumber - Morgan Davis
  6. Hard Times - Jack Semple
  7. Ain't It a Shame - Roxanne Potvin
  8. What's Home to Me - Rick Fines
  9. She Moves Me - Ken Hamm
  10. I Lost My Baby - Nanette Workman
  11. Walkin' Blues - Dutch Mason
  12. Start It Up - Dawn Tyler Watson
  13. Reuben - Michael Jerome Brown
  14. 209 - Donald Ray Johnson
  15. Postman's Sack - Colin James, Colin Linden
  16. Hold on to You Baby - Mel Brown
  17. Howlin' for My Baby - Big Dave McLean
  18. I Give Up - Colin Linden

Credits[2][edit]

Musicians[edit]

Principal Performers[edit]

Other Musicians[edit]

Other Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Saturday Night Blues: 20 Years track particulars; www.cbc.ca.
  2. ^ Credits for Saturday Night Blues: 20 Years; www.allmusic.com.