Baxter's Attic

Baxter’s Attic: Stevie Ray Vaughan – “Texas Flood”
This seemed like a timely selection for the Attic this morning. This past Monday marked the 22nd anniversary of the helicopter crash in Wisconsin that took away Stevie Ray Vaughan. That combined with the devastating floods happening in Texas, "Texas Flood" seemed appropriate...
Baxter’s Attic: Cream – “Spoonful”
In the Attic this morning, we played you a tune from "Fresh Cream" album, a song written by Willie Dixon and first recorded in 1960 by Howlin' Wolf. This is Cream's recording from 1966.
Baxter’s Attic: Lamont Cranston Band – “E Jam”
This morning we had Ray from Bailey Ray's in Santiago in studio to talk about the 15th annual Santiago Shakedown happening this Saturday (August 26th). Five great blues bands including Blues Hall of Famer Joe Louis Walker and The Lamont Cranston Band...
Baxter’s Attic: Bob Seger – “Sunspot Baby”
Had to do a song in the Attic this morning with the word sun in it, I guess, because of the eclipse hysteria happening today.  Actually, this tune from Bob Seger is about a girl that left him high (no pun intended) and dry.

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